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Metallica: Elton John revela que andou trabalhando com a banda - Ritual Metal Mantra #036

Metal Mantra Podcast

10:57 min | 3 months ago

Metallica: Elton John revela que andou trabalhando com a banda - Ritual Metal Mantra #036

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News AF | 28% of Delivery Drivers Have Sampled Food is News AF | July 30, 2019

Rob Has a Podcast

48:44 min | 2 years ago

News AF | 28% of Delivery Drivers Have Sampled Food is News AF | July 30, 2019

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True cash offer is not available in all areas hair really what's going on Rob Sestina back here with you talk about the week's most interesting news stories here on the week of July thirtieth twenty nine thousand nine here on news a F- we're using crystal meth is about to be news to death. It's time for some US <music>. Thanks again to Ryan elder for the theme song to News Af here on news AF episode number one hundred and ninety nine and and here to talk with me the Bros.. That have talked with me a one hundred ninety eight times previously about what's going on. I A man who who is on the road for the second week in a row here is Tyson Apostle guys still on the road so the sound quality he is GonNa be a little garbled but I think we're going to get through and it's crazy that all three of us have not missed an episode in one hundred and ninety nine episodes. Yeah I think the Dan the Danny missed one along the way. I don't think so yeah I did. He did you Danny any tried. Real hard to be there with you guys Danny. I feel like maybe the islands in <hes> Denmark. Maybe maybe maybe yeah well. I remember I had bad reception in Bergen Norway once and then there was the one Tyson where Danny Danny was driving to the Lamborghini dealership and he liked called like halfway in to talk about that he was going to go a test drive the Lambeau. I don't know if that counts either yeah. If my memory serves correct that was definitely Danny Jeff and then of course a man who there was so much concern last week after he told his harrowing tale of surviving the helicopter trip to Alaska and back here is Dante Bryson Danny. How are are you still alive? CYLINDER RIGHT MIND WOULD FLY A helicopter from Utah to crazy people with a lot of time on their hands. I guests so yeah I would go to Mars before. I made that trip in a helicopter yeah I will. I'm going to hold you to that rob if we ever. If I ever have an opportunity to sign find someone up knocking on doors saying. Can you recommend anyone from ours already recommended both of you. I feel like that the moon it seems like that that would be like straighter shot than helicopter from Utah to Alaska Yeah. That's definitely BARF yeah all right so we would you go to sign up any now. I don't know if I'd go to Mars right now but maybe in the future when I've completely exhausted any potential potential. I have to shoot my old meet bag into Martin. What about if you've done all the adventures that are possible to adventure? Okay the S._M._e.. To Mars I'd go go to the Moon Moon tomorrow on there okay tomorrow. How long does that take to get up there? I don't know but I'll be ready. I'm ready tomorrow tomorrow up there in a day or two K.. Yeah okay that'd be cool I think so. Do you think there's Internet connection up there for him. Oh my gosh it Sobat. This podcast will be so hard for the moon. I'm sure there's like a couple of second. Delay all my jokes they would never land so instead of fifty percent of them. Landing Zero Zero Percent Zero Percent Danny. Do we have time for the for the song. Maybe we should just get right into the that you play. It and I'd be stomped here. He didn't say anything to what do you think Tyson. Let's just this going Danny. We're just GONNA go right into the boltholes guys. I got your right ear. Oh Ah maturely bought hauled yeah Danny. We are ready for you to commence the bottle. We're not going to do the song by the way that's a great command center voice. It was it was I felt like I was talking to you Danny. We're having some technical difficulties. We can't stop the song you be talk. Over the Song Dan Mcginn anxiety like the fact that you play that song out of place in it was like it was going on Bri was like are we almost done already right his ended the podcast I had somebody last week text me me and tell me that their syringe in all prepackaged food in the hopes that Danny gets his hands on some. Does that mean that was from two weeks ago in Danny said you wouldn't prepacked food. I got some lettuce from Costco which by the way I clean myself after getting it and is is it because I really I obsess it was triple washed says triple wash it a four so yeah sometimes depending on my from the package but this package was open and so I call it my wife who was not home and I said hey did you open up the slightest and she said no so beginning to think this guy who says he's going to wrench. All my food is already hard at work hitting up my local stores opening packages and then I don't know what he's sprinkling on top of that lettuce but dykes Danny. Did you throw it away. We lettuce. Liz claims. She's going to take it back but right now. It's just sitting in our fridge running back back to you. Don't have to take it back. I think with Costco with produce you can just go tell them yeah you just drive by chuck it at them. Yeah well the thing I definitely won't take it. Just play this podcast. She's GonNa take it back win when she gets back from a two week trip to Washington State Yeah that win windows closing she's supposed to two days ago. I don't want to go to Costco's too crowded and feel like I'm involved in like a low level riots. Every time I go there. You should try going to a costco in Arizona <hes> Yeah I love the heat the intensity no it's ninety eight percent sent retirees so it is jam all day all the time. There's not a slow point in Costco traffic in Arizona yeah well. I like going to costco because I'm the youngest hippest coolest person their everybody has like like looking at me like like trendsetter like hey what's this. What's this young whippersnapper up to and probably scared of you too yeah? You're an Alpha male. I also all right. Let's let's get into some of these news stories and so we're talking about food. Let's talk about food because you know okay. Hey maybe you're triple. Triple washed lettuce has been opened so what's what's the alternative. Maybe you can get takeout because that's probably going to be safe safe but bad news. A new study reveals that more than one in four food delivery drivers are eating your Food Tyson who do that is not good news at all but not unexpected not not unexpected. I mean a lot of times I've thought of it like if I were a delivery delivery driver and I were hungry sure why not sneak a snack. You know a hot fries at McDonald's fries. I mean like the greatest temptation in the world all right well. Here's what they studied so this was by the company U._S.. Foods they talked to four hundred ninety seven drivers from APPs like Uber Eats Grub Bob Door Dash and post mates and they found out that twenty eight percent of the drivers are nibbling on your food and many more or have been tempted to take a bite of your food danny well so even should be tempted <hes> yeah I agree with the temptation but it sounds like we've found a place place more dangerous than the hot soup bar. When it comes to know you know the study I did on the hot soup bar was ninety eight percent Senate people dip their your sample size was one the you know what the problem with this is also? I've never used the service is is the food goes from a place. That's inspected by someone at some time rightly so there's some level of <hes> you know checking it out. Make sure it's okay but it goes into a guy's car in cars are disgusting. They're like bedrooms in terms of skin cells and your nails. It's an fart juice and it's like it goes into this car onto the seat transferred to your house else brought by a stranger who's not he doesn't have a food handling permit. Yeah you know at least the pizza guy they keep it in this encased. It's encased in like this waging war with Uber. Also it depends like I think that if you are ordering like a Burger and fries fries that you are really taking your life near the delivery person is eating your fries but if it's not fries I is the I mean the delivery person are they. If it's Chinese food is the delivery person opening up your Chinese food and eating your Chinese food. Yes yeah a little egg roll for sure by the way there have been Nika support this inaugural before this came out there have been I would say I've read two or three stories of people posting pictures <hes> food they received from Uber eats and whatever then they could see the bites have been taking out like nuggets small things you're right. They're not taking a bite out of a sandwich but when you've got small nibbling nibble items in there they're consuming those yeah but if you get I know what you're saying nine piece nuggets I think I think you have to be smart about what you're ordering from. These Services Services Tyson yes that you can keep track but even keeping track within within you give them a four star out of five then you open it and inspected before you let them go and then say actually don't even have to give you can then you can one star them on the APP yet. While I mean I think the play is you just order order stuff that have their own delivery service with if you order pizza from pizza place that comes by a guy who works at the pizza place he's sick a P._d.. So sick of pizza hates P wants to get get away from him as fast as Yes yes every step rig the Ronald McDonalds at a sitting there with a yep R._A._M.. signet Ring Yup and he barajas every happy meal that goes out any number one yeah. That's a good idea Tyson. Yeah I could get behind behind that it finally another use for McDonald's 'cause he went from making kits happy to terrifying kids to not to pretty much being non-existent did now we can now get that signet rain back to us okay so be on the lookout for anybody who is using these services for food delivery N. B. Smart about what you're ordering because you never know if the delivery driver is hungry okay so look for the Ronald McDonalds Donald Seal of approval look for that silver all right so another fast food chain is making news this week. We've been talking about the big movement into rush area fifty one coming up in September and is gaining some steam on it is I think there had a million now a million people people and so some one fast food chain is getting in on it. R._B.'s is going to area area fifty one and they are bringing a special of menu. They're bringing the meats to area fifty one because there is nothing more mysterious mysterious than area fifty one then what really is in an rb sandwich Danny well. That's what they developed their secret projects at the fifties was it's like coming up for our in yeah so brands are getting in on the rush to area fifty one storm area fifty one or one single brand well also bud light is also getting in the mix. They're gonNA need a lot of alcohol. The chargers fences with they area fifty one special edition Bud Light See. I don't know why these brands are attaching their names to what could possibly be a future bloodbath uh-huh because all publicity is good publicity. It's going to be bad publicity when a guy charges the fence with an RB sandwich in one hand a beer in the other in he's getting down by fifty one fifty one calories just not gonNa look good for either of these brands like <unk> a food truck on fire in the background. It's just it's not it's going to be fine. It gets it's <hes> I think they're gonNa make let's say let's say so. There's a million people that have signed the petition that means about ten thousand of them will show up to area area fifty one and that's on the day about thirty five of them will gain the even show their faces events not at there's liquid liquid courage being sold so yeah you're going to be all amped up on rb meat and beer. You'd be willing to take on anyone in anything so this raises question meat and beer. Do you think that this is a play by big Big Bud light and big Arby's he's to sell some more product now. <hes> are they the people behind the storm area fifty one. That's what I'm saying I will. They regret this when they lose a a lot of their customers in the coming blood customers. ARE THEY GONNA lose dude. Anybody who drinks bud light is already stoked on this area fifty one thing you you think there's somebody who drinks bud light and what I'm saying is. Actually I know what I'm saying is when they get mowed down yeah. It's going to really hurt Arby's financial side aside because that's a lot of customers have a lot of customers to spare the customer base is going to be hearing fifty-one wonder if if this is a play to their existing customer base or they're trying to expand their customer base into the millions blackball that are trying to get out out to storm area fifty one. I maybe expanded even into the galaxy so their food tr they are sitting on a food truck and they'll be offering offering top secret menu but I've always kind of imagined that their menu was kind of top secret and Danny. That's not choose that even if you you order R._B.'s on Grub that the driver will not even sample the anything anything from arvydas yeah somebody had arby's I also had diarrhea. I think basically the story of Arby's is they used to do curly fries. Tell everybody complained about them enough that they did regular fries and then when they did regular FIS every complained about those enough that they switch back to curly fries and now I don't know where they're Herat is the mystery of Arby's curly fries hidden at area fifty one also Tyson <hes> I don't maybe I mean maybe it's a play by Arby's knowing that their secrets are at area fifty one even though they're going there to be like yeah we're helping out really. They're gonNA caulk block. Everybody not allow them to charge like drive the truck upfront and be like hey guys wait. Just here's more meat and then just get out so sit do the bill jack up the prices at the R._B.'s area fifty one food verschoor people yeah for sure. You'll give everybody a sandwich Tyson and they'll be like hey we'll now. None of you can charge US fence forty five minutes. You'll cramp up crabs so it's a plan a beer have a beer while you cool to allow. Maybe they're all in cahoots with with big government yeah and that's why I say this. Small government is the way to go very very very libertarian view. Also we didn't talk about this last week. Where we're talking? We're so focused on Danny and his rescue from Alaska <hes> but there was some talk that the area fifty one raid should instead be an e._d._m.. A Music Festival Danny would that get you out there to area fifty one next month. Let's have gotten such a bad name. Especially these last minute festivals still be better than the fire festival. I mean you'll have arby's there. You've already got two big names attached to the festival R._B.'s and Bud so so you've got that going for you now. They just need. Maybe they can get <hes>. Who was the guy in charge of fire rather billy? I think maybe they can get snow. That Snow Got Canada Yeah. Oh Not snow it was D._X.. No we actually actually sex island that there was going Oh yeah we're advertising a undisclosed Rodman. Yes that's right. Get Big Canadian renamed area fifty one. I think it would work as E._D._M.. They're just going to have what is e._D._M.. Electronic Dance Dance Music Yeah Okay Okay so the problem is is that when you start charging for these things you run them. Look at burning that I'm also everyone's going to be so high. Eventually the the gates going to get charged anyway. People be fuelled on ecstasy meet the beer yeah and it's just like they started off as a dance festival eventually got out of Control <hes> people charge the gates there was more meat meat and beer in area fifty one and then bloodbath yeah and the hype four Storm Area Fifty one is getting real real because of the turnout is starting to overwhelm. Some of the nearby towns according to this article from the Washington Times town is generous term when I read this article. I thought that's not that's like a collection of structures assures the local ten room motel one of the few businesses in the nearby Rachel Nevada town in a fifty four gaining celebrity status because those overwhelmed somehow yes. There's only ten rooms did not take much too overwhelming uh-huh yeah. Those ten rooms could tell stories all day long Mrs if you're if you're one of the fifty four residents you airbnb your house for a ton of money. No Oh you don't WanNa airbnb out to people who are full of meat and beer impossibly ecstasy while the other thing too. Is that <hes> medium I was thinking that fooling media if everybody's out there drinking bud light even if they do see an alien. Are we going to believe him yeah most alien abductions occur during consuming alcohol yeah probably they experience is appropriate. All it's the diarrhea they got got from the Arby's. They forgot the I swear. I was PROB- no diary might as my butter so bad. It's going to be a real scene. They're out on September twentieth and as we get closer we will continue to bring yes. I just realized hold yeah. I know what is damning. Oh I just realized what it is. We completely right off ninety percent of abduction stories because alcohol is involved so the government said look we're. We're not going to be able to hold back the aliens. No that's my point. My whole point was dude but together you get bud light there. You get everybody drunk so then when they do you see the alien okay yeah they come out and they're like we saw aliens. You could be like no you were on bud light and they're like so I was listening to. That is the exact now we know that Bud light is in the government's back pocket and that Yeah Tyson's you're right. They're bringing in the <hes> the one thing that would discredit all the reports reports. None of these people seen alien so people going to area fifty one yeah don't drink whatever stuff is in Cantrell is also in Bud light. They don't drink it. Do you think that <hes> Danny we could get matt in the wild to helicopter her of over a Rachel Nevada to get a bird's eye view without having to mingle that would be rad. I think though I would be scared to be this guy yeah to be anywhere near they have a huge. No fly zone like huge probably covers this town yeah also just a note to any of our listeners who are going out to storm storm area fifty one. I there is no gestation nearby that only gestation in Rachel Nevada closed in two thousand thousand six so the closest gestation is fifty miles away in Alamo Nevada while and the hotels rates king up fast in Alamo Moan Nevada as well. Wow okay. It's going to be interesting. This is the most interesting story of two thousand nine hundred right here so far right before so far so far. Okay we'll see if any of the Democratic primary candidates make their opinions known on on the site in one of that could be a way to pick up a midgard remarry voters also maybe track some people who normally wouldn't listen to your point of view. You're one of these these people point six percent in the polls like you know a bill de Blasio I don't even care with their politics on their whole campaign bus all painted up with Steph right right next to the Arby's truck in yeah the bud light semi-truck tossing out beard Jose goes kicking himself or not jumping in. Maybe you know as a libertarian candidate or something yeah. I mean you got all these politicians. Hang Out in Iowa Caucus. They could swing down to Nevada. That wouldn't wouldn't kill them. I could talk it out in this one. I'm GonNa Actually tweet and see what is on the storming of area fifty one. I mean yeah yeah I mean bill. De Blasio is halfway there from Iowa and Nevada just get a couple more hours the airplane swing by area fifty one. Oh okay all right so let's talk about another big populist movement that is <music> gaining traction besides storm area fifty one tyson for years. We've we've complained about Halloween Halloween all the time all the time and finally there is some movement to get the date changed of when Halloween is every single year so it can be on a Saturday all the time so yes instead of being on October thirty first there. There is a movement gaining some traction to push Halloween to the last Saturday in October every year. Get me onboard. You're onboard. I'm on board Kinda. Celebrate it then anyways. I'm not onboard days out WHOA WHOA why just because I had to go through my view with it being on weekdays and so just out of jealousy bitterness spite yes. Thank you like renamed the way it is just so that future generations can experience the pain. I felt when I had to come in early as a child because I can't admit that it probably is a good idea yeah. It's a it's a great idea. Also something presidential candidate should be pushing well. Can I ask you who has the authority to do this. I mean is it a U._S.. U._S. holiday like this Congress call when Halloween is. It's not a religious holiday like call so you just need someone fluence who I'm GonNa look that up right now is much Hocus Pocus Midler Sarah Jessica Parker and Cathy knew Jimmy is she wanted them Yep. Sarah Jessica Parker was the cute one <hes> so a is it a federal holiday. I don't know where you're not playing so I don't know who's in charge suspended so change dot org. That's people people have flocked to change Dot Org to be able to petition to move Halloween Halloween to the last Saturday October has a close has over a hundred thousand signatures one hundred twenty one hundred twelve thousand signatures sure as we are recording this right now. This petition was launched last year by the Halloween and cost you big big Halloween is behind this Danny <hes> yeah. I don't want to market a fig Halloween's more parties. I'm out. I'm out if they should move it to. It should always be on a Monday a Monday so there would be less slow down Halloween. Less decorations Gratien less celebrating less parties. That's what I'm in for. Okay Marty's better this I mean and then everybody's he's GonNa have their Halloween Party on the same night yeah. I'm not a big Halloween guy. I'm sorry I'm no fun. Everybody well Halloween guys. There is an age limit to Halloween Kennedy around eight or nine yeah so yeah I enjoy away taking Bergen yeah to Halloween loves it but <HES> and before that I liked it when I had a you know <unk> a body to show off but now that I have only one of those who is your cost you a choice Tyson the sexy nurse or no you sound my costumes as the ultimate warrior one year. Oh that's I was <hes> a mermaid so why it's October thirty first all all hallows eve which precedes the All Saints Day on November first so do we have to start with the Catholic Church need to move all saints. Stay to the first or the last Sunday in October. Would that screw things up because what if the October thirty first was the Saturday by the way Oh yeah guys it can't be changed. It says why well at least not officially because it's not a federal holiday yeah so it can be changed just by the masses by the mets that's even more. That's the most difficult well never have the next whatever party hardy wants to jump on this then we will then we'll have like the the liberal and conservative Halloween whatever whatever party adopts ops that they're going to recognize the Saturday then the other party will stick to October thirty first yeah oh so they would have to make it a federal holiday and then they can decide decide on the date but as a means so then depending on whether you're in a bluer red zone yes so yeah so whatever whatever party jumps on this first then they can claim true Halloween and the other party can claim that they are making it and they are improving proving it by putting it on the last Saturday the Mon- I like it and I think that's also a bullet point that they could talk about at the storming of going to run out of stuff yeah yeah they're going to run out of stuff to talk about the War Halloween Warren Hall. We just have to pick sides. Okay all right then we we need to get into talking about another story going on although snickers has said that it will give away a million snickers bars if they move it so again big candy candy big Halloween a million snickers bars to to the people at area fifty one. There's one million of them no one did. They're GONNA give it to America America. Will there is split on Hongo. They need to give a little fun size not even like a real snickers so that's C.. Three hundred million Julianne even if it's the king-size one million snickers of the king-size. That's not a big percentage snickers. If you want my vote you're GonNa have to provide me with the brown bag full of cash yeah not a tiny little snack just to be serious that the the reasoning behind moving into Saturday's because <hes> then there can be more parental supervision going on on Halloween because people will hopefully more parents will be able to take their kids trick or treating during that day but they agree but also kids will be staying out later so all the high school kids the damage more injuries more risk shut it down. I got this cancel Halloween. Cancel it think think of all the money will save on costumes and money. Nobody's getting hurt. Nobody's getting eggs. No vandalism. That's true that is is true. It's all those are all positives. Stay home. Pull your costume on post a Selfie and then we're done. That's it good luck good luck with that Rob Jack Lantern Injuries there are year Danny cutting thousands in probably thousands more people die in Jack Lantern Related injuries in car accidents here. Do you need to hear story about a guy named knickebocker crane was he carving Jack Leonard sliced on and off yeah all right not a big Halloween guy sorry to ruin the fun everybody okay all right. Let's then talk about <hes> a couple who has really divided the the world actually not even divided united the world because everybody says what is wrong with these people <hes> there's a couple who posted on twitter about how they switch sides of the bed every single night they never they never sleep in the on the same side the bed they like it and it makes Tyson. Do you do this. I know what I kind of like it because my neck is more flexible turning one direction than the other and I know it's because of the way I lay in the bed on the same side of the bed that I get every time I lay in bed is like because they're shaking it up there mixing because when you sleep when you sleep on just one side and then you're in you're in a room. One of the bed is in a different position and you're like wait. Am I on the right side right now. Things feel weird yeah and then you think about it you you envision your room back home and then you adjust for north then you align it in your head. I'm I'm on the wrong side. That's why did you Casey fry out. I don't care how couple you are move right now because I need to be over there. Yeah it's weird. It's a very a strange thing so this story has been liked an re tweeted. Many many times and many people bowl feel like that. This is a very abnormal Ma unlike even the do you wash your legs in the shower story where there were people that were really elite going to bat for. Hey don't wash your legs than growth is almost nobody other than Tyson was going going to bat for this. I am I. I think it's great to cutting red blooded. Americans are going to bat right now rob. I guess so what's wrong with rob. Come Emma whatsoever up. It's GONNA train yourself to be amber sleeper and then you can be cheaper ambidextrous. Take Ambien to go go to bed every night. No it means you're on the IT means that you're ambidextrous sleeper. Yeah I don't I I just I like the idea of like it's like Tyson said you're like a switch hitter. You can go to any side of the bed of any bed doesn't matter oe if the situation rises is we're GONNA go on the other side. You're fine with that. You can handle all situations board. The only situation you can't prepare for is three in bed you in the Middle Yeah then you're in Hell Yeah Yeah. There's no way out of that one yeah. The original poster also added that there's only one night stance so I don't know maybe maybe that's sort of like whoever gets to the bed I charge earn their yeah. Now that matters the nightstand thing yeah I ed recently spent a Lotta time in hotels. I tell you when I didn't have a plug nearby bed. It was like inferior rage through the roof on your in Alaska. Yeah I mean I it's Alaska and northern Canada so maybe I don't expect it but a lot of times I had to put my phone across the room like an animal to charge out of website yeah so do you think that's switching things up. In terms of sleeping alignment is the key to a happy marriage. I think it's a key to maybe a happier back a happier neck and maybe just making yourself a more well rounded. Well All right so we'll see if there's any updates on the new trend of switching it up speaking of the bedroom one one other story D.. Do you have an Alexa in your bedroom. Only would list is out of town. Okay so <music> as we've documented previously that a new investigation by British tabloid the Sun says that they have found out that the Amazon staff can has documented did Alexa users in having intercourse oh way of Alexa and no in no way related they've seen a spike in applications for jobs from thirteen year old boys the ten year olds thirteen and fourteen year old boys Strahl Jearl this son Danny ten no NAI okay. He's got jokes still funny but when he was thirteen yeah <hes> we'll be as funny by the way. Is Anybody surprised by this. It has all the time I assume google. Here's an odd has been doing this as the beginning of time and now that humans have the power to also do this. We're enraged. Yeah what's going on here is that Alexa is accidentally turning on right who are working on the Alexa Team M._r.. Then hearing those those accidental messages just like the Tom. Accidentally looked in that window at that exact moment for her binoculars in the tree for the days accidental accidental get out. Do you think is this softening to who a lot of people like. We're one of the partners is named Alex and sort of like in the throw of of passion. There's some sort of like Alex.. That's what's triggering this because I know them like we're talking about. Something and it's not having sex but ah just like what I'm sorry. I didn't get that like we were you. Yeah Google does that too yeah. I think they just want to chime in you know like when you have that like Weird Awkward Dude at the Party. That's just outside of the semicircle. Oh Yeah and then all of a sudden he's like pokemon. Oh c'mon how guys and we're like what yeah sometimes that happens at the wrong time like what was that you said. Oh Oh dear. Oh I'm in on the conversation to write <hes> no yeah so all right so be careful out there. Be careful so you put a sheet over your Alexa. If if you are going to have a adult night Tyson sheet. Do you think that's what it would take. What do you need like I should you put some sort of like big noise. Cancelling headphones on your Alexa Joyce counts headphones yeah yeah you can unplug it for sure. Maybe it could be the new tile on the DOORKNOB. Yeah put Alexa outside tasted Puerto Bowl over his Alexa. Yeah there's birthday when we did marriage boot camp. There were microphones in the room. We knew that in in the bedroom weren't cameras in the bedrooms but there were microphones wires cameras to so they probably have never ending footage of me farting writing in my sleep okay all right Danny. I know we're running. Shed on we need to get to your bowl tall. Do we ghetto time for music. I know time for the music all right. Let's get right into it. Just fly there. Be uh-huh Danny well there it is Tom Alexa play tall by Tyson apostol colossal all right guys <hes> we you know we talked about airplanes and bad passengers on airplanes. We don't often talk about the greyhounds of the C.. which are crucial cruise ships yeah gray? I'll call on greyhounds at the Ocean Greyhounds of the seas which by the way is a great name now they always call them like the Norwegian princess giant cruise ship called the gray. It's a beautiful name leaving that out for anyone to take now there. We all know that cruises can give you lots of things is like diseases diarrhoea seasickness diarrhea. They put you in the middle of a hurricane. They can also fistfights not uncommon on cruise ships positives positives to come out of cruise ships people talk about the food which always seems like Oh. The food was okay. It's like yeah but you're still on a cruise ship anyway. <hes> fight broke out recently on a cruise ship that by itself is not news yeah but it was interesting how it transpired. It appears that someone someone or a clown costume to go and the person who got into the fight said that he specifically perfectly booked this cruise because there was no fancy dress now they're British and fancy dress. I only last Saturday in October. Danny it could have been this person could have been confused or petitioning for a Halloween change but fancy dress in the United Kingdom means wearing a costume so when originally read this. I laughed out loud when I heard that the person was upset because it was a no fancy dress crews and I've thought a clown costume. Not Fancy Dress taught but maybe also if it's juggle oh that's their everyday dress this a juggle. Oh crews the seas around posse he truth but the thing I like most about this is that go on the cruise going great. They're eating their food. They were getting their diseases. They're being rock gently to sleep by the ocean fine. Okay then someone who intent like they premeditated they brought a clown cost you onto a cruise and then war it <hes> to dinner and that just triggered somebody and lead to a massive all beatdown alcohol was involved and always is <hes> but on the final leg of a cruise to Norway's fjords from Southampton in England so just a heads up anybody going out to storm area fifty fifty one do not wear all day a clown costume that is better with that be riot a million people in cloud costumes who storming the gates of area fifty one with an Arby's truck leading that charge Dani. Do you think that there will be a big Jug. Low contingent EH strawberry of fifty one. I think yes they should I think so as well. Tyson should icy P play storm area fifty one <hes> I think or they don't do is their only option. They don't do the end but we could switch. They can switch it up. Okay should they could branch out yeah should build the Blasi oh appeal to the Gigolos to boost his struggling poll numbers. Yes you need a bay. Hey you need a base. You do need a base and from there. The base bill does like a snowball effect. You know <hes> yeah you guys start Sar with somebody in the tenth. It's like a giant Arby's meatball this gathering meat as it rolls downhill all right so once they go build a Blasios really picking up steam once that's he gets the jug lows and storm area fifty one and he's GonNa get a big boost just from this podcast probably he could easily get to you know one percent pretty soon on every state you think I mean at least I don't know a lot Nevada yeah uh hanging in there okay all right so anything else. Danny's off to take his family to the airport. Yeah and <hes> Robbie pregnant be jealous about this what the Danny is even on his family for a couple of days. That is all about yeah that for sure but also that Danny and I will be dining together on evening in fancy dress. What will you be having Arby's or from Grub only go to an Indian restaurant but Danny I think is bringing Arby's Indian to dip into the current curry yeah to dip into the curry. Do you not like Indian Food Rob. I've really never had it so I guess you know. I feel like allow my first choice but you know I have not. I've not eaten it but I kind of feel like that. If I go out to eat so rarely that I feel like I'd rather not go with a real mystery. What are you going to go with. I'd go with something that was like you know I would be more of a of a because. I'm so sad if I go to a restaurant and I try something and I don't like it. That's like that's it. I know I ordered this and this is my dinner and I don't like it yeah. That is a bummer said like right you go. What's it like. I've been waiting all day to go out to eat and then here's my food. I don't like it great now. What do I do though I eat this dinner that I don't like wow yeah I guess I mean never thought of it that way. So I usually just eat the dinner I don't like and just deal not fun not a fun experience so I'm curious obvious about it but I feel like to. You know to to waste a night out on on a real unknown curious yeah up to go either way. Maybe it's my new favorite. I don't know here's one. Here's a review yeah. I've been reading reviews this whole time. Okay Gary go great news terrible fashion five stars by Ikin neely while while the news content can't be beat. Don't let that fool you into thinking everything that Rob Danny Tyson tell you is goal. I was excited at the prospect of finding pants that would fit my fifteen year old son's hockey playing quads imagine my disappointment when a package showed up from Gong show and they looked like leggings in a most unflattering way now feel excuse use me. I'm going to make sure the aforementioned kid has enough gasoline and is ready to fire up the lawnmower at ten pm the grass. He's trolling Danny in the reviews. That's fine all right guys. I have to go. I've lead right now. I'm abandoning all right. You got it all right so danny okay. Just send your audio uh-huh in Tyson great job and Danny has gotten up type of your this is already laughing. He's slight. How do we know I don't know what he's he's texting us. He's texting us all right sending Aright Tyson. I'll talk to you next time on Special News. Af Two hundred scheduled to be going up on a very special day day in time Thursday August eighth. Wow I'm excited for it. Okay all right. Tyson talk to you next time to here. We did it bro.

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Are We Offended, Should We Be Offended? 4th Grader Refuses Math Problem Involving Girls Weights, Sesame Street New Muppet Nails It And 10 Questions For A Thriving Relationship

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Are We Offended, Should We Be Offended? 4th Grader Refuses Math Problem Involving Girls Weights, Sesame Street New Muppet Nails It And 10 Questions For A Thriving Relationship

"And then I went over to their house later in the day you can you please turn this off off I didn't even ask Meredith you can't just turn off people's Halloween decorations it gave me a mild cardio infarction I turned it off Oh thank you so much to Jessica Lynn Jessop Calvin I n. k.. Sorry just just we went back to all of the PODCASTS and listened I had maybe four or five out of okay well here's the spot where episode twelve go ahead offer this woman a hug yeah that's what I'm saying this was a big one for how wow all right well I'm your host Meredith from that's inappropriate and in a world we live in today mom shaming everywhere these ladies show you how things should be how friendships should be even took who says that they haven't is a lie So I feel like I never share Montville moments is it just me Sharon why don't that asked her to compare girls wait it was it's intense we'll get to that okay. The newest sesame street muppet has a mom who struggled fine I don't even have one so perfect it's go ahead meredith you have one locked and loaded I feel like there's always adventures with you in your kids linked to overcome an opioid addiction and the ten questions you should ask your partner so your relationship can thrive I know the questions did you google why can't you take out the garbage you son of Okay let's open the show with a mom feel moment we're here because we've all struggled as moms and anyone your host tiffany from juggling the Jenkins this podcast will discuss all things marriage motherhood and everything in between please remember not professionals at anything you may actually need so any advice is an I love her this is this is really to date I gotta I gotta be honest you're not supposed to play favorites but my favorite comment yet right here I trial that's grove dot co slash take it you can download this podcast on itunes spotify and Google play music be sure to subscribe and give us a review with your thoughts about the each year growth collaborative is online marketplace that delivers all natural home beauty and personal care products directly to you taking the guesswork out of going green for a limited time when our listeners go to grove dot co slash. Take it you're going to get a free five piece cleaning set from Mrs Myers and Grove Plus Free Shipping and a free sixty day vio booze onto but I'm just saying I feel like you guys have meredith Cher because she has so many and you're being nice to me and I appreciate it but I'm just saying as we give you can take or leave because it might be crap on today's episode of take it or leave it we are talking about a fourth graders refusal to answer a math problem I even for J dog who says what I love about this podcast aside from the gut busting comedy these to deliver week after week is married at tiffany have he took everybody under their cleanings and he came out with a cavity and I was not upset per se because it's no I was I was pissed off data cavity Do you could tell she listens and knows US I feel my heart my grinch size heart just grew like six sizes right there I even potentially a different parents you never hear one criticized the others parenting ever wow they expressed different opinions but yet they don't judge each other competing in the car and stuff yeah so I'm struggling right now with my youngest son Brian he but the reason that he has a cavity is the child just refuses to brush his teeth like unless I do it for him and the thing is is he's nine yeah so it's getting to a point where it's like okay I cannot brush his teeth anymore he is nine years old I also do not want to have to remind him morning and night to brush his damn teeth so of course I hate going eh even if it took tiffany longer to accept meredith the mirrored seriously my favorite number one globally syndicated podcast ever into the dentist because you feel completely judged by this dentist because then they see the lack of oral hygiene on your kid and they're like and it is like dude if you walk past my house you'll hear me screaming at my kid to brush their teeth so it's not for lack of trying but the kid just refuses to do it so he had to get his tooth so anyway yes why do I have so many moments because your kids are at that age like where weird over the last twenty some odd years and I and I'm like stressing this and my kids are just not getting the message and I don't think it's love their mouthwashes in their floss picks in their everything because to me dental hygiene is so important because we didn't have money growing up and we couldn't go to the dentist yeah so all of my teeth they sleep and I show them pictures on Google people in their mouth no my well that's actually what the dental hygienist said cavity bugs crawl through your mouth at night and they will and what is that which is probably up and I it's too late already said it so I gotta keep talking but I tell them that when the bugs will crawl in their tea literally almost every one of my teeth my head has a feeling so I don't want my kids to have bad teeth because I've I've literally spent so much money fixing my teeth his projections obviously the business business manager so you guys need to tell all your friends tell everybody gets a review and download download filled yesterday and I tried to talk to the dental hygiene US outside and I was like scare him girl I was GonNa tell you what I do to my kids why because he had no body to go that's stupid well download you can also listen on cashbox pod being spotify Google play I tunes I heart radio all right so anyway so yeah so please guys we really WanNa hit a million downloads okay but the important thing is widened the skeleton go to the ball growth collaborative grove takes the guesswork out of going green every grove dot co product is guaranteed to be good for you your family your home in the planet so you can save time bamboo straws they make their own garbage bags and they're all made with recycled materials I did not know that 'til I came over to your house and saw Loyd's it and I'm like well that could very well be true yeah but it can't be the reason like I can't believe well it'll never brush his teeth then like yes we have to find a way I need to find some solution trash bags and so I was like Yes yes I'd much rather by this trash bag because I know that it's made with recycled materials and so I got really really excited and House on fire and you've not had a mom fail it's like normal you know right so okay I was gonna say something but I forget I'm reading confusing labels meredith what's your favorite thing about grove did you know that Grove makes their own I don't think I should know this was an adult tooth shit right that's what I'm saying so anyway point is sugar bugs paid you it gives us five stars and tell your friends because hopefully this season we were projected projected projections and you know who gave us thank you for sharing your mom Vilma nine hundred thousand oh no way we have recently crossed nine hundred thousand the false sense he just did the reorder so we got which is fine you know all the sensor great don't get me wrong but I'm like you son of so he slept outside sixty day VIP trial that's grove dot co forward slash ticket grove dot co forward slash take it to get this exclusive offer don't okay yeah yeah yeah so yeah but I I was in a couple of times when I was doing my reorder and I was like holy crap when did they get it's upsetting because I feel like I try very hard each of the kids has like a power toothbrush like we make sure that they have all right so in trending news today we have a fourth grader who refused to answer a math problem that asked her to compare girls those all purpose cleaners your mom used to use full of harmful chemicals that have been linked to everything from respiratory problems to cancer you don't need toxins to have a clean home not with and to get this kid to do it so he was crying by the end of the appointment I felt like crying then he was had a sore mouth and I was just like dude I'm over it you know grade four grade for students how much heavier is Ella Isabella then the lightest student after calling over her mom Naomi to show her what the assignment about this like I could see like why did you have to use any child wait like you could talk about a Bushel of apples it was just it was great I love Grove Bogus wet my husband just reordered on my grove doing me favor which was super sweet except for he didn't order elementary school comparing the these three girls weights who's the skinniest who's the heaviest what do you think Oh God I don't think it's my kids are little three five just turned five and and a so they're like when they light the house on fire and bump into stuff and like recipes you know and some people's eyes but I yeah anybody who has a kid knows it's just hard and some people were like well you realize that autistic children don't like the sensation and that's probably why he on low that's Craig on our podcast so almost one million dollars yeah so you download it and re eight so I came across this article where rhythm this girl rhythm a fourth grade student from Murray Utah recently took us had rhythm noted how troubles on the question is she said I was shocked I feel like it's such an irresponsible way to teach children how to do math so that one to does he I think when you say cast box and pod being together it just sounds so inappropriate to me for some reason every time it makes me giggle but though that's bodies and their body types in their size and this emphasis on being thin and this that and the other thing do you really think it's smart to write out a math question aim of the platform cast box and bean box and bean bucks in bean and that's what got you all right never mind yeah I got it it's fine compared to a Bushel of oranges or like a car but like with all of the messaging that is out there about girls and they're I don't think it's okay I don't WanNa be rude but I think that math problem wasn't very nice I don't want to judge somebody based on their weight I don't think they're asking anybody to judge I think it's just actor other teeth and I was sitting there and I got scared and then I was like I have to go home right now and I have to brush my teeth so the cavity bugs don't get me but it was just it was as we call them sugar bugs so yeah so anyway I get that I get that I get how your kid having problems with there could be a direct correlation to your ability to pay him you know what I mean it's like saying I don't know in my head it feels like there's five bananas how much heavier is Banana de than banana a and then the deal you weren't offended no I don't know I think it takes a lot to offend me first of all so I'm not the right person asked us to but my knowledge I feel it would be different if they lined up three girls I'll give you that said how much bigger Isabella than Becky but I don't know the thing you can keep in scrolling I won't be in your face be offensive right but I it causes them to make choices that are unhealthy for them in order to attain that sure okay are these aren't real students though that they're showing it's not like three girls pressure on females to look a certain way have a certain body type and potentially forces them to or ah because he didn't he didn't buy you anymore Pumpkin Apple cider his look other new boots to afflict dead I just saw it was time to re up and I'm like I'm going to Syria things like how do I look in these pants do I look big in these pants as my butt look big in these pants and I'm like well your butts the right size stay a stand against an offensive math problem that asked her to compare girls wait the question she encountered while doing her homework read the table to the right shows the weight of three literally everything so it's tough to their tough waters to navigate these days you know everybody's mean to everyone but everything all the time back hanging there and I'm like what does this make by Grove Dave's like no it's just put the word Grove on the side of it but the didn't even think twice about it you know okay but do you would you agree that in today's society there is a huge amount of a part of me was kind of like this is kind of odd like why did we have this question when there could have been a million others but I understand what you're saying too because people get super offended about end up with their way wasn't interactive play it was simply a math problem right with people who don't actually exist correct these are fictional character for a limited time when our listeners go to grove dot com slash take it you will get a free five cleanings for Miss Mayer and grow plus free shipping and Free Oh I don't want to say that but I just WanNa make sure that she understands that the only measure that I am concerned with is how healthy she is the I love that you punch student see in the face how much blood was lost allowed whoa maybe that's not but I think it's just innocent the person who wrote it probably this conversation with you maybe there's some greater picture that we just don't see that these you know the people who come up with this stuff I know it's not the teachers or anything like that but maybe there's like I think it's cool that this fourth grader stood up for what she believed in you know what I mean I think it's cool that she takes a stand I think I always think that's cool I think you know the table to the right shows the weight of body shape every female has a different curve at a different way she looks and whatever and the only thing the bottom line that I care about is the healthiness of these kids so I have a daughter and so and you do as well but you have to but I've noticed now with my daughter she will ask me fifth grade math I could not and then I showed her something and I'm like well this is right and she's like yeah but you did it wrong because that's not the way those are at the steps and I'm like I can't have world that we live in I'm constantly getting messages and and and people are telling me how offensive I am and it's like well because I don't care what she looks like in especially with gymnastics all of the girls look different in their leotards every single one of them because every single person has a different three grade four student how much Zillah Bell Isabella than latest student with the students response was I know it's a math problem in school okay and I can tell you right now that never once have I had to like do long division of your body and if you like the pants where the pants you're supposed to be like guess girl that Budi looking around well okay but she's ten X.'s and home loans and interest and things like that I would be much more equipped to handle adult life had I spent all that time that well you know when when these kids are all grown maybe they'll be super duper businessmen and women and they'll be like it's because of common core because of that common core you know maybe I just think it's I don't know to me feel it's not that big of deal so I feel you on the whole everybody gets offended about everything all the time thing like I totally do because that especially in the I'm not really up my foot up your anyway sorry this took a turn okay join us in over half a million families who trust grove collaborative to make their homes happier and healthier I spent learning about historic 'cause that wasn't word stork figures sat down with a math homework for my daughter the other night and I looked dave and I said I don't understand his question this is fifth grade math I should be able to do at least everyone I don't think everybody should go to college and I think that we need to train these kids these teenagers to be ready for the workforce whether it's plumbing or electrical or banana foundation comes forward and is like whoa why are you discriminating against skinny bananas. What's wrong with having you know what I mean and I think that if we looked too much I don't know no go ahead I just feel like if we look too much in every single thing it's already to the point where we have to tip toe and it just there's some things that are blatantly Legua like if it would've said student be that she did that yeah she looked that's sweet I'm I'm with her I'm solid with rhythm you one with rhythm that's for sure should restructure the public school system so that it is educating children to come out workforce ready because I'm not a huge proponent of college for the planet so when all of these pretty smelling wonderful lotions and like salt scrubs and stuff I was like where do I put this on my body like I got mechanics or whatever and I think we're doing a disservice by trying to force every kid into college I think the opposite as tiff common core is dumbing them down knows but I think we should start teaching them I don't know dude listen I spent I have such a strong opinion about this could take up the whole podcast but I spent like most of my life I think we need to move along those fruits are the roots are getting offended wants tropical weight subtropical even call them fruits? I don't know why not excited because brush your teeth with sugarcubes scrub no but I I think it's a nice way to treat yourself because I am not spent that time learning about things that matter in my day to day I feel you I feel the same way I feel the same way I think well I personally believe that we yeah I think let me see what it says Eureka Math company that provides common core education. 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should ask your partner so your relationship can thrive instead of die like a weed wow asking the right questions could be the key to embarking on a more serious and meaningful relationship according to a study conducted by researchers at the University of Exeter sounds like a university on Community Levin Mark Levin Marriage is brought to you by Grove collaborative living healthy is more than just eating right is about ridding potentially harmful chemicals viewing cohort of couples I was so nervous about saying the word cohort that I messed up on while I was reading ahead before interviewing a cohort of couples they uh for you because you don't like to touch g today I know I was honored I took it but yeah but I think I think sesame street has done some really really a different planet earth too that's a different planet it's from a TV show go ahead the team spoke to ten divorce lawyers and mediator ten years or had been separated within that time and ten same sex and opposite sex couples who'd been cohabitating married or in a Civil Union for fifteen years I saw it's okay I feel you I'm just saying I was I was I was trying to I was like you could always reach out and touch someone dot we have a strong basis of friendship that's a good one yeah are you and your husband friends Doodoo friendly things people come over they think I know what I'm doing it you know what I mean right yeah because I've I've got grove hand wash and lotion next to it in case you WANNA lotion up your hands they were like everybody knows Berkner near gay and sesame street was like well we're not going to confirm or deny that rumor really but and like people were really upset about it and it's like what we know that you're upset that you didn't get to reorder your false sense because of my husband right of way they're available my husband just doesn't think sometimes it's aromatic okay big word yeah yeah it is but I do I what does that mean what does that I mean it's I can smell it it's it's it's it's it's era bird like we we hang out and we go places I think it's so everybody says you have to be you know your spouse to be your best friend but like the thing about a best friend or you can from the soaps and detergent to use to the clot you used to wash your face if s towns a bit daunting let me introduce you to grow collaborative check out all the incredible natural products yeah I don't know really yeah would have friends do I'm so old go to grove dot co slash take it they're gonna get a free five piece cleaning set for Mrs Myers in Grove just go to grove dot co forward slash take it you're GonNa be glad you did yep all right the thing with us is I I were definitely friends my husband just shook his head now yes so these are the questions that you should ask your partner okay are my partner and I good fit quote unquote good fit but I would say I totally feel what you're saying like I have best friends I have good friends or best friends who serve a completely different purpose here's in two judges and do judges in order to determine the main reason why relationships may be likely to fail before entering de Ching gun enter workout go do sports stuff we don't really work out together we separately workout maybe that but that's good you're healthy well I think yeah we do too whatever right under that's sorry join us in over half a million families you trust grow clever to make their homes happier and healthier for a limited time when I I can't I'm not in a good head space maybe now that I've had my mental breakdown slash breakthrough I love that you slapped ready well my said that to me yeah life yes okay are your expectations realistic no no no no I think that the downfall of punch him in the face most of the time you know what I mean right I agree so what do you have a French chip yeah you guys do one aspect to your relationship right yeah it's not just all sex twenty four hours a day for sure do we want the same things in our relationship life that's what I'm saying how can you compare it I don't think you can and I don't think you're supposed to okay so I think it's just saying like do you have a strong basis of friendship like it's not just one there's not one interviewed forty-three couples who died there been married for ten years or had been separated within that time we'll go ahead they interviewed forty-three couples who'd either been married for the real parenting relationship friends sex life drove heads that they expectations it is like you hang out with them you gossip with them you know you escape from the real world but your spouse is with you twenty four hours a day and they're the ones who you have to make every single life decision with and so it's easy to it quote it says quote good fit unquote rain is that talking about physically I don't know I think that could that could go either way number two Larry still feel like we're ready okay 'cause I burned you like a candle I take him because it says my matic what is it's like a two Hanso smells wonderful I like having it in the guest bathroom it makes me feel I have my life together when there's like fancy grove stuff I'm like are we both committed to working through hard times yeah we both feel we can discuss things freely and raise issues with each other know my sure I'm like Oh my God this is the best you know and then there are times where I'm like I need to leave and have a mental breakdown breakthrough yeah and that's good yeah and how's your I'm telling you right now those to fight you're right everybody fights right you're right maybe it has fleeting moments vibrancy right well there are to be so low yeah that's why my life with super low expectation is because I'm never disappointed we just figured it out it's right here we we had it I am I took the kids and was like go gladly I was a psych of pants for a little while yeah but he said you do yeah well kind of did I do not take constructive criticism well at all terrible at it and my husband but here's the other thing too and this might change in your marriage because we've been married on this podcast syndicated number one downfall to literally everything is having any type of an expectation literally than vibrancy shine right because he'll be like hey here's why you're a piece of shit and it's like oh I don't think awesome that do are we both bothering him and it's a catch twenty two because I can't fix it if I don't know but like when he does bring it up I'm like you're wrong here's the thing you did in nineteen ninety is it a dull muddy light or is it vibrant like a neon Rainbow Tino somebody whose marriage is like neon rainbow yes who and always feel nice well like sandpaper to the face but then you know what you know you need to consider working on in order to let your I I've known it for a long time do we generally see the best in each other no now my one of my favorite hobbies is planning out my husband's Patrick Harris and his husband we only can see the outside we cannot see we don't know what happening in the if you're the roof of their I do we both work at keeping our relationship vibrant what does that mean that you know what that means and wow okay but he doesn't even care if it's going to bother me anymore he's simply just says it that is nice oh well in quite a bit longer than you how cool well Brag because we're older and we've been married longer not because we're better okay okay clarify really really awful do we have each have support others around us right well that goes back to what you're talking about before I think friends right friends or family that that you go to in that are there for you and yes me more so really yeah every single marriage expectation let's it's the downfall of everything in life if we just found it out we figured it out right here and he's like no I made it so weird that's so funny but now she really had no tan lines good for her upper but and then tied behind her shoulder blades no way ultimate would alternate and the just looked like a spiderweb and so I'm watching this so I go like this eight yeah yeah before you even knew him yeah in one thousand nine pissed me off back then wave before we even met gree before we go so we were at this on this trip and were out on the beach and were all playing like football with the kid listen I we were at the airport coming back the other day and this taxi pulls right up in front of us as we're waiting for the shuttle to go back to pick up our car from the parking garage things in it and the taxi just says open now the booby-trapped meteors looks at the cabinet and looks at me hey and is getting these at brought to you by growth brought to you by DAVINCI's poll class the water or whatever and everybody's like you know chatting and all of a sudden this woman comes walking down and her bathing suit was just and then I see my son my thirteen almost fourteen year old son and he goes like it looked like he had broken his neck it had Buchan wash off and I was string bikini here's the thing let him have that you think I don't got images of here oh my God Dave in all he did was look right and then add it to his bank let him have it but that's easy for you to say banging body yourself you could wear it yeah we did that one when we face stressful circumstances would we pull together to get through it yeah we've done that a time or two yeah and it can be and this isn't even true it's legitimately not true we went up to an at and T. Kiosk one time and my husband thinks I had for this Etienne de salesman and I was so and it was only a string it was a string that went up through her but in it tied up between her shoulder blades so it was just why of string that when the and then looks away and I'm just like and Brian what were what happened and I'm like nothing bud and he's like what is this bubis so he needs friends yeah he's mandates yes I tell them all the time I'm like what are you GonNa Strip club or something with your just don't be afraid I won't hurt you and I'm like I'm out so I turn around go back inside and I started screaming date Dave cool dude mom I'm just saying I don't like honestly what difference does it make I mean it wasn't a sling slung if my house there I probably would have been like sorry no and he to this day we'll bring this up and it's like you're so stupid I did not have a thing for the sales guy I can't take it anymore interest Oh should I share that story okay so I'm telling the story to the first time for the first time indoor I hear don't be afraid you know what I won't hurt you and I said I'm sorry that's what leg so I'm looking and then he turns back and looks at me and he's like and I was like what Chile can at and he's like northern I'm like did you see that ladies bum it goes again don't be afraid you and he looks at me and he's like was that it and I'm like how are you more scared Ah I don't know he does that comes with time I'm jealously did not offend me whatsoever and she looked good right she looked good she was welcomed weird Old Lady I don't want my husband ever looking at anything other than this hang now had they've been like hey what's your room number that would have been offensive tiffany she's not heard this story so yesterday morning it's like six forty five and it's it's pitch black outside and go to get into the car and when I walk out the screen things nice they're just straight like just just looked like a spiderweb okay and it was barely covering the nips barely covering the cameras purpose Nah didn't care were you there Dave yeah he saw see a who cares me because I got like flap jacks upped this is a test she looked good right she did she looked good else no cell phones so stupid in love with his cell phone sales no he thinks Illinois I just want my husband to communicate with me but he says he's afraid to because I don't take struck criticism while so he doesn't like to say when things we'll do it again I'll do it hopefully they're listening okay yeah all right so join us next week for another episode of take it or leave there's a man outside he's talking and he's like what was he just walking his dog and I'm like no he's saying don't be afraid I won't hurt you he's like why don't WanNa go out there were you like one of those offended mom draws beat no I didn't give to winky dink who cares who cares when you're so it off I didn't even ask you can't just turn off people's Halloween decorations it gave me a mild cardio infarction I turned it off bans dammit go outside and so he

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Goldmine: The Go-Go's Charlotte Caffey

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Goldmine: The Go-Go's Charlotte Caffey

"Listeners are probably familiar with that song. That's we got the beat by the all female rock band the go go's from their nineteen eighty, one album beauty and the be it's a song written by Guitars Charlotte Caffey and Kathy will be the guest on this episode of the Gold Mine. PODCASTS. This is Patrick Prince editor of Gold Mine, the Music Collectors magazine since Nineteen, seventy four and you go my man dot com to find out more Charlotte caffey will be energy for this episode she'll talk about their debuted down we got the beat and the new. Documentary about the go-goes simply titled the go go's which will air on showtime in August. There's lots of the story of the go-goes they weren't manufactured in the IRS records. Corporate Warehouse Band were a part of the Los Angeles punk scene for some time their members were big part of the scene for years before the go go's were even officially ban Charlotte along with vocalist Belinda Carlisle Gina schock on drums, Kathy Valentine on Bass Jane wildland on Guitars and former members basis, margot delivery era, and drummer elissa Bella whereas punk as anyone on that scene in La. was only later that the band decided to add more of a pop flavor to their music now had kathy. Valentine on the podcast before promoting her autobiography book, WE'LL Have Charlotte you've heard angle the Gogo Story. But first, let's give a chance to save on records with this Promo. Art has value. That's right. Go to Dekel Entertainment. Dot. COM and save ten percents off at checkout with code gold mine artists like Angel, the vibrators, White Lions. Might. Tran. Andrews Steve Walls and. That's ENTERTAINMENT DOT COM. Past. Charlotte caffey calling. You. Thanks for being on time. On Rock I'm so on time all the time. So what do you think about? The documentary. First of all, I, love it I feel happy with it. I think that. Alison ellwood is amazing storyteller and really whoa the story in a way that shows who the band is not like. Not like the you know. Vh One behind the music it just showed like, oh, they fight and they have you. Know. Who Cares I mean you're in a relationship you know, of course, you're GONNA have a down to specially over forty years. So you know it's I. Loved it. I. Thought it was really really well done and I'm really really happy and excited for people to see it and it also shows are beginning in the punk. Scene that a lot of people don't know. I gotta say that is Life favorite part because I was turned onto music specifically your band the is. That I didn't know about before now in on a record collector. I look ton disc to see if there was any is vinyl and there isn't much. There's a seven inch in Something with the dicky's when you guys played live. But YOU'RE GONNA turn onto new sounds. Well it's it's interesting because in documentary Kathleen Hanna Talked about I have no idea like that. She knew like you know don't talk to me. You know that song that was that we was on a single I B I think we were on the. Flip side of a single on what records and and I was really happy and she even started singing a was amazing and I think we've actually in the same t we even more amazing. I was like Oh, my God. Dot Com. Really. I got the right before and it has a dawn on me I call him gone from break but dj bomb break, and then he went you joined ex- when we started breaking up and then I go goes we're forming at that point and I. You know they were looking for members and they knew made it. See me play and Approached me and I said, yeah sure. I'll join your band. Reformed the goes. Yeah. Now. Did you so you must have. I mean there's a line in there that the go's one of happen if. Weren't for La punk scene. So you must have it was a community, right? You knew all the bands I didn't grow up another time I grew up in east coast. So I always wondered you know what it was like in that scene, you know with the germs and acts and other bands. So you pretty much hung out with that whole. All those people, Right Yeah. Yeah. The The math the underground club to grow That one that looks kind of like Ground Zero for. I think in late seventy, seven there's A. I think that they started having shows. I know that the is played one of the first. Show there and It was a really exciting I have been in a couple of different bands prior out this. Kind of just having fun but you know the eyes of the first ones where. We got play at you know some really cool places and. We I don't know it was just a A very cool moment in time. I'm always grateful about part of that. We have so much fun I mean the mouth was just in saying it was like. You go down the stairs. That's why the fire. Department. Would always shutdown shows such a fire hazard. And it's a big cement room. So you can imagine the acoustics and there always like crazy and inevitably at the end of every weekend, there'd be broken toilets and like you know it was just an and that's where we rehearse too. So the most I remember we shared a room with the most excellent and the motels we kind of. You know rotated are. Times of rehearsing and It was a very, very, very creative, very free time. You know it was like all about self expression that the punk rock movement and that's exactly what happened there. I was. Saying how Jane said that she felt power powerful for the first time in her life probably because You know it's there's sort of this liberating creativity to it where you didn't have to follow the rules, you just express yourself. Right now no roles and that's why you know Belinda. Started thinking about forming ban they were like, well, we'll just put all girl band together. You know let's do that and and that totally appeal to me 'cause you know there was already I think four members of the band and then they asked me to join and. and. Then we started rehearsing I. Missed the first. GIG 'cause I was in England with the dicky's Leonard Phillips was my boyfriend at the time So they played they played like. Two and a half song at the. They only knew like only we only. They only rehearsed like I think to songs, and so they played one over I. Don't know it was really funny story but So when I got back from England. Shortly opted out, we started rehearsing. So that's how that. The whole thing just started, and then we just never stopped Mike Literally for forty years. God. And here, you were pretty much classically trained on piano right? I mean you new musical theory. And here you go right into the punk scene which. It was I consciously thought Oh, I could forget all that shit. You know it's like no, this is has nothing and it was. A very freeing thing because complete like nothing there are no rules. You write what you right and you play the way I didn't. I played piano and I also played like I had. Tinkered around on Acoustic. Guitar. But I've never played electric guitar until. Gave Act I. Don't know if you know Geza but he was part of the. You know he he actually recorded Don't talk to me and he lived in the house a little house in Hollywood West Hollywood and His roommate had his. The only thing he had an bedroom was a mattress. And a Marshall of Marshall amp. With a Les Paul Those are the three things that were in that room. So I was I went in there and I picked up big Itar and turn that amp up I just played an e court. It was the greatest feeling I. think I've ever had in my life and I was like, Oh, my God. So. Win Bloomington Hey you know do you WanNa join the ban we break Atari was like hell yeah. So and that's where that came from and been you know. It was just you know that whole time it's really really something else. Will you have one of the best lines on the documentary I see if I think you said something like you looked pretty straight, but you had a twisted mind. Got That's true. Yeah. No I mean you know I've been very open about my drug addiction and my you know that struggle and but as of last February right before. We shut everything down I had. Celebrated thirty five years of sobriety, real sobriety. Don't. Yeah. Thank you. Yeah. I mean I don't I don't particularly chemicals whatsoever and But it's It's You know. I doubt just what I was going through at the time so. And I managed to enjoy myself a hell of a lot but also you know Just do a life it was. It was in that was my twisted mind to was like you know had like. Figuring out how to manage that it was really a full another fulltime job dealing. So while also saw it as you didn't want to live the status quo life as a creative person, you wanted to do something different. It would. Seem, like the the normal suburban person. You'd be bored with that. Maybe yeah. But you also loved music at a really young age right I mean I. Did I did I was very I started playing piano at four but I also started listening to the radio when I was like five years old like you know back then it was like couple radio stations in La and you know it I love songs I just that's what I grew up on the songs like the whatever was on. The. You know top forty radio station, and at that time it was amazing because there was all sorts of you know it wasn't just like, Oh, here's the the pop station and here's this. It was all mixed together. So you know. And then I saw the Beatles when I was twelve years old And the second to the last date of their American tour nineteen, sixty six. And then my next. concert 'cause I went to a crapload of concerts. Always I love music. I mean next concert was led Zeppelin. Their very first tour state and gentle was opening. So it was like this book and of. The Beatles and then you have what up Lynn Jessop Hall and everything in between you know so yeah. Well. I'd like that part when documentary where you say you would take a forty five by Elvis and then put on some classical music would record. Yeah, right. So do you still do you still collect records? You have records around You had. Married to Jeff McDonald at Red Cross and let's put it this way we have. Yeah. He he's a record collector. I have records I. We have a whole closet full that we call it the media closet. Not. Really. But yeah, we have things like. Collector you know are all our original final and Yeah I mean I love. My of course you know I'm sure you've spoken to people that loved that ritual when you s but get I remember specifically getting the white album because. We I went to an all girls high school. Actually the school is back in the heart high school that Megan Markle went to and in Hollywood immaculate heart and. We when we got when I got the white album, I brought it to school. and. Hadn't opened it yet. But I opened it there we like during lunch we would listen you know like in some classrooms had erected a record player. and. It was I just loved that ritual of. When you would open a wreck album and that smell similar one and take you know and they get to you get to look at the lyrics. It was just everything about that with. The? Different. But that's for case if progress you know true. But I also like how. US You make I I. Don't know if it was you but at the beginning of the documentary. someone says people automatically assume we were put together by some guy, but we didn't selves. was that kind of a reference to the runaways and other you know? And all girl bands. I thought it runaway I mean. I and run away. And I mean come on you know that was that was really cool but. We. Did Yeah I mean people just would automatically think Oh, like you know. Who is someone put them together and? With them and told them what to wear. You know that Kinda Shit and it's like now and we were completely our on like organic. Organic grown within with each other yeah. Made in a lab like as some Gimme right? Exactly. But it was cool that you also your I I mean you you were the house band at the whisky I mean, that is just That must when you were playing. When the goes are playing, there was that during your time or was that just before you joined the band I started the band like the Linda Jane Me. And ELISSA and Margot. We were the original members right and so yeah, we I would from be. When Belinda and Margot I was playing a two story. It was playing at the Starwood this on and it was the jam the Dicky's and the eyes and they came up to me Belinda Margot and asked if we're putting together an all girl band, you want to join me neither lead guitarist and I said sure Do you play lead guitar. Yeah. That was a lie because I didn't. But I figured I could learn and So we started rehearsing when I got back from I went to England briefly and I got back and we started rehearsing and then we got some gigs and our first gigs were the worst things I've ever heard in my life it was horrifying we were terrible. But. There was something there. It was like rural. We kept rehearsing and then when we got jeanine in the ban, she kicked our asses like you know like we have to rehearse every night we gotta get better. You know like really and we did and we did get better. So then Kathy joined and. Let's see Gina. Join me started in nineteen. Seventy eight M in China joined. In nineteen seventy, nine and Cabbie joined in nineteen eighty. So that's how it went. Well what's interesting about that story how you said you lied and said, you knew how to play guitar is that you went up to Cathy right and astroturf she and Kathy. Lies. Never. Play. So it sounds funny. We talked about that like the perfect shooting that that that that little alive that changed our lives now will you suspicious? They can okay. She doesn't know how to put days. How are you feeling about that? It was just that she she came in to those. She played at the whisky. There were eight shows because there for like. Let's see. There were four nights, two shows a night that we had sold out. On. The New Year's eve run for like a December thirty, thirty one to think of that. Nineteen eighty going and tiny eighty-one. She blew blew away she was fantastic and it was like that and that was just it that was. You know it felt like the picture was complete right in you know Gina having replaceable if and. Kathy replaced Margot that was just In my mind like, okay, we're this. This feels really good. Page and in the same direction. And, Kathy Still Kicks Ass I. Mean I heard her new stuff that went along with her Autobiography and while the music was good. Not that I'm surprised it really sounded contemporary and heavy in cutting edge. It was so good So it goes to show how you guys still have it. You still have that creative energy. Never went away. Yeah. But back to I. Think when you had Catholic replaced Mardo Margot was. More interested in being punked than. Moving over to more pop. Here's the thing. You're not. We're not just saying, oh, we're going to be a ban now we've always. You it's like are saying is you can take. the grow out of the punk that you can't take the punk out of the girl. We are still those girls that we were. Back. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, eight, we're still that tough. You know. Funny rockets, doubts who we are, but you know over the music was evolving and once the first record with made you know Richard God or as much as we hated it when we first heard that record. We I I understood we understood quickly that. You. Know I wanted to be on the radio I grew up with listening to A. Radio with those radio stations that play top forty but all different kinds from rock to pop to whatever you know and it's like that's the lips were back then. And I WANNA debt, and so we if we recorded the record, the way like we founded live, we wouldn't have gotten there because we were too. It was too radical because there's no way we would have gotten on the radio because we we were and so. We Still Arches I mean on live were very. Minimal setup Jane had to Marshall Amps I've got like a you know. A Fox eight, thirty and A. Cinder Deluxe and one you know one box to boost my leads and it's just very punk and varied. That's just who we are. So we didn't decide. We were going to be become pop because that's just kind of happened to us in a way. And that's why people never knew about the punk rock days because they just figured. Oh, look at this new band on the scene. I have no idea where we came. So well, you kind of made the transition in the songwriting I mean. The POP IS A. Bad Word it was more rock. Cut Hard thing too because the moat melodic it was popsy. What we were doing is what exactly? What Green Day you know Philly Joe the good friend of ours and we saw him on one of our records and he's fantastic. fucking amazing and so talented. And that's kind of like what Green Day with these. Really Melodic. But they're punky and that's that's what we founded like back. Then they were incredibly melodic that the way we played was just Wa. and. Then we re recorded it was just Richard God originally took it a little bit. He had this vision about what he you know to highlight the songs 'cause the songs on that first record or extrordinary to and in my mind and I can look at it like if I never wrote a note of them, just like listened to going out he's really like I love these songs. And So it's cool and yeah. So kind of like I think that's where people you know and then that the press started calling us America's sweethearts they only fucking new. You know like we were not America's sweethearts and everyone. Yeah no way. So but it's just so funny like that perception you know. Well what I love is that when you wrote, we got the be you introduce the sort of Surf Rock riff in there. And adjust, well, that's one of the great things about a ban you bring in all types of different influences. Craig Guitar because a reality was if it's the truth I was. Not. A guitar player in the sense of like, Oh, I know how to get found on my aunts and stuff and I was always trying to get a stain on the guitar because. And I kept it sounded too choked when I played it if that makes sense and And I had I had a twin river. You can't really get I mean unless I had a master volume on there and that one did not pre cvs it didn't have. A master volume anyway I I return reverberate, and that's how I got started playing really surfie guitar lines. and. If you listen to that I records I yeah it's all over there with. The town on and. I mean Got The kind of thing. So but that and I also love definitely I loved I grew up with all that. So it may fence push. He wrote the song while watching the twilight zone. Correct. So. Maybe a little remember. I can't remember which episode I wish I could. But then everything just sort of blew up. You know like. Just changed overnight where you went from two playing small clubs to stadiums. Here you are. You intersect with the popularity of MTV and a must have been surreal to go from. Being a punk band in the clubs twelve, some you know everyone knows you. It's sort of like beetle mania in a way. Well, it would you know we. Wanted to we have no idea our idea of my Khadafy just sell a hundred thousand records in that like Dallas it like that would be the greatest thing in the world. We have no idea that what was going to happen and to be quite honest that whole time when it was exploding and happening so quickly. It was very scary. Very, overwhelming. It wasn't like Whoa I'm just gonNA revel in this. You know I it it residing for me. I'm not speaking for the other girls I was like. Wow and I'm a little more private than all that and and luckily we didn't grow up in the age of like cell phones and you know social media 'cause that would have been brutal for us if we were just out of control and out of our mind we'd partied all the time and it was just like anything went and you know we did a lot of work. Let's put it that way we worked up at five. And but but going In, the limelight like that and. They'll probably had a lot of stress on the band at cells, and of course, anything the change of the amount of work we did with insane. It was insane and we didn't know how to say no and Miles Copeland record. He is just starting s records and you know it's like they were a baby company. We were baby band. We were all just trying like Oh. Okay. Yeah. Okay. Fine. They give these scheduled every day like five million interviews and like you know. Play are you know it was an plus on top of it? We were partying and having the time of our lives and whatever. But. Exhausting, out. Can totally burn out. So we'll just watching a documentary, all the spots you had to do. Hi, this is Charlotte for MTV. Schedule Charlotte you gotTA DO MTV Today. Be. Exhausted And we had no idea. We're just on a ride that we just were writing. It was like. We look we have. A tremendous amount of you know. Memories and and. Find and you know we don't we don't. Wish we were living at again none of us do that but it's like it was. We are so grateful that we got. We're the most grateful for is the PUNK rock scene in La because that's what bond everything and that was. Pre, getting signed and it was just something about that time of my life. That was so freeing an open and just know anything went and there were no rules and that was my favorite like that was a great time where there wasn't any pressure. Hey. Yeah. Because when he gets so big, it becomes more of a business than you yeah and the pressure and like who you're an artist, you don't WanNa think about music business. You know. But you. But now we learn that that's something you have to understand. It's important to understand it because it's part of it's part of it. You know and nowadays there's you know all sorts of aspects to it and people can it's Kinda cool. Though 'cause people can go back have gone back to doing. DIY stuff because there's so many ways of presenting yourself like Youtube or whatever you know and it's a very different world, but it's Yeah. Well as one of the main songwriters, it's gotta be so different than wanting to write a song and having to write a saw especially like pressure write a hit. Song. So that in itself as a song run or not just the band member had extra presser pressure on you. But I think with the second record you know it was. Scary. It was like, oh. Okay. How are we gonNA top that and in Kathy showed me vacation there was a song she had in her own band the tech town I said to her I said to her you know something I think with a little work. This could really like I. Felt like the chorus wasn't. I wanted to course to lift I i. really felt like there was something more there like this was this was a sketch and it wasn't finished quite yet and I, it was hard. It was scary to ask her because I would never wanNA. Step on anyone's creativity or anything, and she was totally open to it, and we sat down and worked on it and really. That song is great and really just just grabbed a moment you know and it's like and I you know it's really happy. I took that risk and said something to her I don't think the dog would have made it on the record have on so. Has. Album. Cover. A coke grade. It's almost can be forty years since. Beauty and the beat does that feel almost surreal. You. Know it because some several miles down seven years and kind of guys. Not You know. I love our quote from when we were. The Baby Sassy beatty band that we were and if I call it the Dan but young band that we were back then when we would laugh Derek saying can you imagine when we're like forty or fifty wearing many skirts meth never going to happen we would always wear mini skirts on stage well, we still wear miniskirts we want to. You know it's a it's a strange thing How when you get older? Like. We still feel like. The same people, but we just happened to be years older but certainly internally, I don't know if we'll ever grow up you know in a it's What's expected you know? What's next for you in go-goes? Do you have music yourself hope to get are touring? We have really done for next year. We have dates already booked and stuff. So we'll see what happens I mean We've all know that we've been. Very. No guidance here most of the you know. The Nation and so we're stuck in the pandemic nightmare and It's really bad. You know we're. We're in this very serious situation and hopefully hopefully the vaccines are going to be. You know come come forward and. And be in help people because it's really frightening. Frightening. But I think that we need new guidance to me need at some people that are really gonNa like you know take over at if you store, they've been a lot of damage. So we're we're very much. You know want to see that happen as well and Anyway. That's you know I, and I think at the end of this. When we get things under control, which we will, it's just we've taken a detour here I think that their live performances by many bands going to be so important because people are going to need to be uplifted, you know again and so that's what I know for except for the those fans and anybody will come to our shows if we get, we're fortunate enough to get the play next summer but that will happen is they'll be really good. Like you know life. Energized, yes. Yeah. Yeah. So It's really nice. Well. 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Free Agency Signings for 2021 Fantasy Football

Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

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Free Agency Signings for 2021 Fantasy Football

"It's time to eat four. Sit down and get ready to consume abundance of fantasy football nominee from ross. Tucker and joe dolan me now on the fantasy feast and podcast. Yeah let's e maybe it is the fantasy feast eating podcast presented by draftkings whether it's draft kings fantasy app draft king sportsbook app. They've got some unbelievable deals this week for march madness. Nca tournament trust me. Just make sure you use the code. Ross when you get those apps on your phone. Ross that's me at ross tucker. Nfl twitter instagram facebook. We even have a youtube channel. Youtube dot com. Slash ross tucker. Nfl be great to watch. Joe dolan myself on the fancy feast. Podcast if you haven't previously. I've got an orange shirt on the day. Joe has an orangish hat so for you to see that momentarily andrew. Brandt was awesome on raw soccer. Football podcast this morning talking about free agency thus far which actually technically doesn't start for two and a half hours. 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So i can Not offend too many people. It does clash though. I got admit that rossi well helpfully more people go to youtube dot com slash. Ross tucker. Nfl check it out the absolutely check out his fantasy. Points dot com. That's the site. Joe owns with guru and scott barrett and graham barfield and really all the fantasy superstars that are out there. Fantasy points dot com. We're to new code for you. Twenty one feet so when you sign up for this year again use the code. Twenty one feast so they know what year it is. Ross it cannot be reused so we put a new code out there for people. Yes the one last year. Feast cannot be renewed so us twenty one feast to sign up for this year. Check out joe on social g. Underscore dole and i mean joe is pretty simple. We gotta do today and next week. Maybe even the we got to that. We're going to talk about these guys. I mean we got there about orderly. These guys landed and what it means from a fantasy perspective. There's a bunch of quarterbacks. So i'm gonna i'm gonna go running back and wide receiver because there really aren't as many to actually talk about russia think is interesting but let's make sure we get to him. Aaron jones is back in green bay four years. Forty eight million. Interestingly it's two years twenty million and then we'll see and right and that's the way running backs are these days ross. Unfortunately that's the kind of deal that they have to get. and we you talk with greg. cosell alabama. I'm sure you've talked with andrew brandt about the business for running backs. It's a cold world. So aaron jones who quite frankly has been one of the most underpaid players football the last four years relative to his level of production. I am glad he cashed in at least somewhat but from a fantasy perspective. This is good news because jamaal williams moving on and we will get to that. Aaron jones is going. We know he can were split backfield. We've already seen it. We've seen him split with jamaal williams. As a matter of fact. Aaron jones your attempt rushing attempts per game fell from fourteen point eight to fourteen point four over the last two seasons that was twenty thousand nineteen to twenty twenty but his receptions per game increased from three point one two three point four from nineteen to twenty twenty. That is where. I think. He's going to make his. Hey for fantasy splitting the backfield. Now with aj dylan. Who is much more. That bruising type of running back and i wouldn't be shocked if the aaron jones upwards of four passes again and that's significant because we know based on research that my guy scott barrett fantasy points don that a target for running back is worth in fantasy. Npr roughly two point five times as much as a carry. I think aaron jones is carrying might continue to fall to the twelve thirteen per game rage. Maybe somewhere in the range of where you look at an alvin kamara but with aj dylan probably plan more of a bruising role and think jones playing on all of the passing downs four. The green bay packers. I think this is a great move for fantasy. Jamaal williams is bone. Aaron jones locked in first round pick. I am glad to see him back in green bay and he's going to be able to continue doing what he does best. Okay so is it a reception worth two point five times a carry or just a target. The targets wow. That's a real. Keep in mind rocks. That running back hornets are. They're often open their often. Check out there in the short field so running backs are regularly catching seventy five eight percent of their targets which is an absurd number for for a wide receiver to get to very few wide receivers. Who were downfield options. Get to that level. A number so for most part when running back is targeted. You have a reasonable expectation that the running backs going to haul that target in. But just just think about it. I mean say running back catches four out of targets at averages eight yards per reception. Okay that's going to be seven point two points in appr league up. If you give a running back or carries he basically needs to either go seventy two yards or get in the end zone on one of those carries for harry to even come close to replicating a target. So you know you're you're looking at just. We wanna running backs like if my running back caught one hundred passes in the. I wouldn't give you carry. I mean that's that's just the way we look at it that running back position playing pr for fancy. Okay I would say to aaron jones. You might only be splitting carries with one other guy rather than two other guys and jamaal williams lands in detroit. Interesting spot for him joe. That's one you can. You can put on it ross. I hate this landing spot. I love jamaal williams. He somebody i've talked to. I actually right after a game. Two years ago member when aaron jones was hurt down the stretch for green bay jamaal williams tearing bandaged championships with his production in green bay. And i thanked one. I was like dude. Thank you you just want me a championship. he was receptive. I think every he's a blood player in green bay. Energetic books like great teammate. Both in aaron jones kind of fed off of each other but now unfortunately for our gain not not on jamaal williams clearly probably took the best money offer of ram. This is not a great landing spot because while jamaal williams able to function in split backfield effectively with aaron jones in green bay. That's good team. All fame kovac the detroit. Lions neither of those things jared got. Maybe they draft the guy. But jared goff right now Review is the quarterback. And the big problem here is. What does this do to the andre swift. I'm not knocking. Swift too much. Because i i really believe in talented act kid. But i think when. You're looking at being what mike max out four or five win team this year and maybe i'm being generous. I think people can. We have a lot of trouble looking at him in the second outed saying am i gonna take him or am i gonna take this really good wide receiver. Am i going to take the andre swift running back. But i going to take hundreds from i to take jefferson and you know people will never fantasy player. Never wanna get behind back position. But this is going to mowing the trigger on d andre swift in the second round. It's going to make it a lot harder pill to swallow for some people because jamaal williams is there and jamaal williams has still set. He's not anywhere near as explosive as the andrea swift. We understand that but he's capable grinder. He's a good receiver and he's a beloved guy in the locker. Room brings an epidemic in the present to the field. that's kinda. That's the kind of stuff. I think coaches love and i would not shock if it dan campbell and anthony. Lynn jessop a overused jamaal williams based on the contract. You just got. I do not love this landing spot. Frankly because i don't expect the lines very good some other running back deal it's been quiet. Now carson four net drake lady on bell. James conner all still out there mark. Ingram signed a deal with the houston. Texans carlos with the jags devante booker with the giants. Any of these guys fantasy relevant at all or onto the wide receivers. None of them are fantasy relevant. Thirty one. I do want to point out. How about daryl williams resigning with the they. Surprisingly cut dean williams talking about the plight of of the running back damien williams ops out of the covid season two the arab his mother who was diagnosed with cancer and it gets cut at Just absolutely brutal business. Daryl williams right now if not want to spend money draft pick to get a number to be the number two in kansas city and now you can produce and that offense and malcolm brown sign with the dolphins but it looks like according to eran wolf. They're espn beat writer. The dolphins are going to expand that back in the draft. They didn't want to spend too much money in free agency. It looks like they're going to act in the draft. So maybe brown who kind of were cam. Akers l. l. a. last year does the same thing in miami. Let's get to the receivers allen robinson franchise tag back in chicago. Chris godwin franchise tag with the bucks. I don't know if there's anything to stay there. But i don't wanna those Not really the thing about alan robinson. And i mean we know. It's impossible separate the allen robinson discourse from the quarterback discourse. And i know you just wanna pop into the running back and wide receivers. But i guess. Andy dalton is. The best quarterback allen robinson's ever played with and that's as about the racks and our robinson is played with a than it does about elton allen robinson's quarterback for if you think dalton's an upgrade or downgrade on trubisky alan robinson's quarterback group and he's probably gonna slot into that third round yet again. A if they have gotten russell wilson and the report was they need an extensive of your dan. Patrick ross reporting that. They made a massive offer for russell. Wilson it i would think that would allen robinson into the second round if they were to land back. Maybe you still get a discount. On allen robinson godwin value him the same exact way item last year a little bit up and down probably in that fourth round range for receivers but those two guys who i think their their their teams real niki. Kenny golladay juju. Smith schuster will fuller. Curtis samuel t y hilton. Aj green sammy watkins. Among the guys we might talking about inept week. Break some news to you. Came on air atrial jeremiah. Green agreed to a deal with the arizona cardinals interesting so i at times. He was the least effective for stephen football last year. And it was evident at tee higgins was better than aj green lush year. Does it change of scenery help things out for. Aj green I'm not too sure about that. If this the last chance for christian kirk to really make a significant impact. Because you know. I i was of the mind that arizona could actually spend up at the wide receiver position. Chose i mean they both rabat. Defense with jj watt they. They've made things so much that they're going for this year. Let's put it that way But i wondered if they might even be in. On kenny golladay sweepstakes will fuller sweepstakes the try to improve that position opposite deondraye hopkins this aj green signing which i think has about six million dollars guaranteed. That's at least what i just saw suggests that maybe they're not gonna be gone at high and receiver going to try to make a good season at a green. But i think this might be a meaning referendum on christian kirk. I thought it would be a huge one if they had signed golladay or will fuller but this one is hey come on man you gotta step up in produce on a more consistent basis than he has but anti-green is not somebody. I'm terribly interested in for fantasy. What about corey davis three years. Thirty seven and a half million with the jets including twenty seven million guaranteed this on the surface. You might look this up suggests coming off a career year pay guy they overpay guy coming off a career ear. And they're going to. They're going to regret the deal. But you know you really effective of by yards route. Run a full according to His yards per reception was fifteen. His catch rate was above seventy percent. Now that was in that very efficient titan offense. But here's the big question throwing accordance and until i t that look john mccain of the houston chronicle came out today and said he expects to shawn watson will be traded two months ago. That was not what the song he was thingy he said. Today he expects the shawn watson will be traded. And you would think the new york jets with the number two overall pick in that draft or going to be in on the talks shawn watson. If the shawn watson is in the poultry. If that's the case corey davis to the moon man. I'd love corey. Davis it shawn watson worthy quarterback for the new york yet. So maybe you're doing best falls right now and that. There's that corey davis went to the jets. Like why couldn't he go somewhere. Like four. were were. Maybe they have a better offense even if he wouldn't be the number one receiver. Why couldn't he go somewhere like that. Why couldn't he sign with the chiefs. Who you something opposite tyreek hill. Maybe getting discount on corey davis right now because look at the bare minimum there. I think i do not believe donald coming back at the bare minimum. I think that second aac is going to be used. Upgrade the quarterback position whether it be zach wilson or justin field trae lance or whoever they like it could be you could flop the nuts if you draft corey davis in the ninth round right now and they get john watson and all of a sudden. He's john watson's number one either. And we know how to shawn. Watson fills targets to reacts receiver like he did with with The andrea options. So maybe you can get a discount on corey davis right now but the provide of all analysis. Him who's pulling the trigger throwing the ball in that new york. Jets offense marvin jones to jacksonville nelson agholor to the patriots kendrick bourne to the patriots manual sanders to buffalo. Which of these. If any of my carrying the most about probably marvin jones because i think he will be a great fit opposite a dj charcoal jacksonville. And i it kind of gives them a one a one b younger guy who's flashed but maybe it's been inconsistent. Thanks to some inconsistent quarterback. Play and marvin jones is just alway- when if ever outperforming his eighty each shows up in the dictionary marvin jones picture will be next to it. That guy is always the most boring like nine round pick and he always produces like a fifth or sixth round or even after it looked like he was dead at the beginning of last season. He came alive. When kenny golladay went down carried some teams to some championships. So gordon jones. The guy on probably carrying the most about emmanuel sanders is interesting in buffalo because amendment. Sanders is replacing john. Brown signed with the raiders and john rouse replacing nelson aguilar who signed with patriots. So there's that kind of relationship they're going on but emmanuel sanders interesting. Because i think people are going the the surface reaction is going to be all right. He's gonna play ex. He's gonna play some of that slot. Because that's what john brown plant here. John brown was the x. In buffalo's offense. I think this is a buying opportunity. On gabriel davis. I know for fact buffalo. Love that kid. I like argh. I adam kaplan at at fantasy points dot com was telling us all season wall. The buffalo was going to cut john brown at the end of the season because they like. Gabriel davis ex. Oh adding another receiver. Much slow the fantasy hype train on. Gabriel davis. I wanna use this as a buying opportunity. Be in dynasty in best ball. You're going to still be able to get. Gabriel davis and double digit rounds. And i think that is a great investments make because he flashed big time last year and we know. Buffalo was one of the past heaviest teams in the entire. Nfl surprisingly so to me josh. Allen took the big step forward. Gabriel davis is a guy on still extremely interested in getting onto my best baltic. This year for tight ends. The top of the market for the tight end has been active. We've got hunter henry with the patriots rob gronkowski back with the bucks. Jonnu smith with the patriots. What does it mean joe. For fantasy purposes that two of the four highest paid tight end in the league are on the same team. Talk to me about jonnu. Smith and hunter henry Obviously it means bill. Belichick dot mcdaniel not able to do last year. What they really wanted to do which is run twelve personnel and they are going to run into the ground this year Quite obviously and allies we stand. The quarterback of the patriots is cam newton. Now could that change. Sure they could trade up for somebody match jones. Maybe they don't trade. And so i think you're gonna to trade into the top five to get him. Maybe there's another quarterback that they like in the draft that cam newton contract does not preclude them from from acquiring somebody to improve that position. But when i look at the tight end. I think this indicates that they are still going to be a run heavy football team. I think this is something where they believe that look. We can't run them. Act like we did with tom. Brady got nelson agholor kendrick bourne to stretch the field on the outside now but this is going to be condensed offense. That's going to be focused to the middle of the field for fantasy purposes and maybe might might change on this efforts through a little bit more. I still prefer johnny smith. Even though they sign hundred henry. Jonah smith is somebody who i view as untapped potential now. Of course everybody's out there saying and maybe patriots did overpaid. Oh my god. They overpaid for a guy who's never had five hundred Who's never had five hundred yards in a season but look at look at the packs. Jonnu smith ran a route ran a route on only fifty percent of the titans passing place last year. He was into blocked a lot after they lost taylor. Long left tackle. So he's good blocker first and foremost which indicates to me that they want. They want to run the football in new england. But johnny snipped somebody who because he was a good blocker was utilized in that area. More so than maybe you would have thought. And i think this is a guy. Bill belichick called the best tight end. He seen after the catch in the nfl said that Before the patriots loss to the titans in the playoffs last year. Tom brady's game in. And you know this is a guy who's been on bill belichick's radar and we seen the titans utilize a jonnu smith out of the backfield. Not just as a as a receiver but as a runner and look we saw. We saw the patriots. Do that stuff with aaron hernandez to when aaron hernandez was a football player. So i think. They plan on using johnny smith in an exceptionally creative way. I think they had their eye on this player. For eight a longtime. I think they were going to go after jonnu smith no matter what. Even if they thought it was overpaying. I think they believe this is the kind of player they can build their offensive attack around. Maybe that sounds like the overselling. This guy who again never had five hundred receiving yards in a season. But i think bill belichick and josh mcdaniels are looking this. Like player who they believe is being Essentially miscast in tennessee. We saw them do that years ago. They're always looking to improve on a player who they believe. Another team is is utilizing poorly. We saw years ago when they traded for wes welker when they traded for a traded a second round pick for west walker and the fans. Were like what we traded for this guy. I think that's kind of how they view. Johnny smith somebody who was under underutilized in tennessee. I think he can have a very multiple roll. New england the question becomes how much volume and when you digital hunter henry with the addition of nelson hackler with edition of kendrick bourne. There apparently checking in on some of the top running backs on the market as well. Chris carson leonard fournette yet another indication. I think this is going to be rushed at the that is the big question is when it comes to jonnu smith. I'm still gonna slot him in their round tight. At between seven and nine i think on my rankings and henry probably somewhere in the similar range seven to nine ten to twelve. They're going to run more twelve personnel than any team in football. It's guarantee claire. Spending more on the tight end position than anybody. But johnny smith is particularly interesting to me. Still because i think he can be used in multiple ways by the patriots gronk as a fantasy tight end in two thousand twenty one joe high end tight end to for fantasy in best balls somebody who maybe if you if you draft jonnu smith and then you're like i need a tight end to you really quick. 'cause i'm not really sure what his role is going to be gronk. It's going to be there in that tight thirteen to fourteen range. I expect this snaps will probably go down a little bit But brady as you saw love throw into him in the playoffs they he goes to in big spots. The question is going to be used more like he was in the regular season this past year. We wasn't huge target. But when the when the going got tough. And the buccaneers needed the score touchdown to win games. That's tom brady focuses attention. Poor forget joe should tiro williams beyond on my radar and ball drafts big games to the lions. When they're running the ball and a couple of play action passes yet eighteen round fifty fifteen sixteen th round. Maybe i mean look. He's the most accomplished receiver on that team. Which i mean. Jared goff has supported a good downfield seaver in the past. But he's back. Part of his game has really waned for for. Jared goff and obviously tyrone williams has been in and out of a lineup with injuries. He is a double digit round. Flyer again because. I don't really trust the quarterback situation there with the lions but he is the most accomplished receiver on the team. So he's gonna play. Okay let's get to the quarterbacks and we are even talked about dak have we joe. I mean the thing about dak is the take. Connor remains the same. Like this was a team not now. I think the cowboys hope would be dak. Prescott doesn't have to produce at record-breaking pace because their defense is so freaking bad the way it was last year he was on face the fro for over six thousand yards and attempt over eight hundred passes both of which would have shattered. Nfl records and that was because the defense was so bad. and of course they have those good receivers. I wanna keep an eye on his his health. He thinks he's going to be good to go for training camp. You wonder at the rushing. Numbers are gonna come down a little bit but locked in top top five innoc- picked presuming. There's no setbacks for him out of the other. Guys that have signed jameis winston with the saints ryan. Fitzpatrick was washington cam newton new england. Andy doll chicago. I'm not going there. What you colby percent or tyrod taylor right now but out of the other guys. Who's the most fantasy relevant in your mind. Quarterbacks yes fritz magic gravy. it's magic he's going to the team he's gonna start on. And here's the thing that's going to happen in washington fits. Magic is going to be significantly significantly more aggressive than Alex smith was last year. I mean look at this. Miami fits magic last year. He threw into a tight window per next stats more aggressively than anybody in the nfl But he also averaged seven point four average depth of target on his passes in miami compared to six point. Seven for dwayne haskins and four point. Eight for alex. Smith alex smith average depth of target was the lowest among quarterbacks with fifty or more pass attempts per sports info solutions. So they are going to get more aggressive in the passing game. And i mean. Just send terry mccormack to the mood like ryan. Fitzpatrick has been amazing. At sporting fantasy relevance for two receivers basically his entire career is our guy. Scott barrett has the has deduced. Terry maclaurin is probably gonna average between nine and ten targets per game. This year is going to be enough for him to just create some absolute explosive weeks. Fourth round is not too early for terry mclaren. And and patter though the deal doesn't preclude washington trying to improve at the quarterback position or even maybe allowing taylor heineke compete at some point ryan fitzpatrick just raises the ceiling of this entire offense and quite frankly i expect washington will do something else that the wide receiver position opposite opposite terry mclaren and that could push bits magic into the intriguing quarterback to range for best. Ball's if it looks like he's gonna be starting and i'm drafting him in the summer. I'm gonna be selecting ryan fitzpatrick in that quarterback nineteen quarterback twenty. Four range when unwrapping my second quarterback interesting so you like fits more than jamison new orleans cam nodding lynn or any and in chicago. Well i think fits. Magic right now has the has the best shot of those guys to start a full season. Quite frankly we know jamie's antesa hill are going to compete for the job. Chicago is still going to continue to make every overture possible. For russell wilson andy dalton will not preclude them from doing that and i still am not ruling out the patriots drafting quarterback in the first round but in the event cam. Newton is the starter. He's my favorite of that group because believe it or not even in his terrible season ehab last year. He finished as a top twelve fantasy quarterback in eight of his fifteen starts. That's the same number of top twelve finishes that russell wilson and ryan tannehill hat. So even even season which he threw eight touchdown passes cam. Newton finished eight times as top. Twelve quarterback because of that rushing production and those twelve rushing touchdown. So if you're a guarantee any cam starts the entire year undrafted in kansas top fifteen fantasy quarterback but that is a hard thing to guarantee right. Now love it. Joe terrific work. As always next week we should have a bunch of running backs and wide receivers landing in new spots to talk about. You gotta think at some point this market shakeout out a little bit more again. It's funny to talk about this. Were were more than two hours away from it. Actually starting but there's been so many other movement that's where we are right now. Check this man out on social media at fg underscored dolan. You should absolutely watch. How joe's hat clashes with his shirt at youtube dot com. Slash ross tucker. Nfl take four dollars to draft gangs on an underdog using the code. Ross if they win you get children fifty six dollars in the end subway. Men's basketball tournament. Draft king sportsbook at turn four dollars in two hundred and fifty six dollars and check us out certainly on social at ross tucker. Nfl at ross tucker pod. I am stuff we're finished. Thanks for listening to the fantasy. 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HOUR 1- Charles Barkley Aug 26, 2020

The Dan Patrick Show

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HOUR 1- Charles Barkley Aug 26, 2020

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You are listening to the Dan Patrick Show on Fox sports radio too big day, Wednesday and the Danettes Dan Patrick Show. Glad to have you onboard Charles Barkley will join US coming up here in about twenty minutes. I think he's out of the prediction business, but chuck will join us the colts. quarterback Philip. Rivers fritzy likes Philip Rivers. Now he hated him when he played for the chargers, it's very true. Yeah. Are You gonNa Tell Philip Rivers when you get him on the phone hey, I hated you almost fifteen year oddly not gonna do that. Okay. Our favorite. NBA reporter Christine's will join us on the program from the bubble that'll be. Eight seven seven three DP show email address DP Dan Patrick, dot com twitter handle at DP, show we all know that often sells sports changed the rules to help scoring the NFL. Did it with passing baseball with balls and although they denied the NBA. Cut Out a lot of the physicality which has created more spread out games. Offense is the rockets don't just spread the ball. They almost ignore point shots and they hoist up as many threes as possible and right now tied with the thunder a two games apiece opening round playoff series in game four in A. Loss. The attempted fifty, eight, three pointers and they passed up easy to point chances kicked back out. This isn't new for them when it works, it's unstoppable and when it doesn't work, it's unstoppable because they can't stop chucking up threes. The warriors won titles with their version of this kind of offense but the rockets go to the next level. If they go to the next level can lead to a championship and you've got basketball coming up tonight it'll be the thunder and the rockets, the Blazers Lakers magic and the bucks the nuggets came back to beat the jazz and. It's three two in that series the clippers rolled the mavericks and they're now leading three games to two yesterday Reggie. Miller. In the final hour of the show said, he needed probably about sixty five points between Paul George and letter and I said, well, I, feel pretty confident that I can give you thirty. I wasn't sure about Paul George but last night Paul George played well, and what was interesting was not during the game and how he played but. After. The game. The bubble got the best of me. I was just in a dark place. A really wasn't here. I checked out these past couple of games in which is difficult. Shot out the people that stood behind me. That was in my corner the positivity, my teammates, my family friends everybody. Thank everybody reached out to me. I was just in a bad place and I found my way back. And I look forward to the rest of his run. Okay. I said you know the last couple of days is there something wrong with Paul? George? Is there something wrong physically with him and as it turns out maybe mentally there has been he was in a dark place maybe depression there and came out of it last night now granted they were kind of hollow numbers but if I'm Doc rivers, I'm encouraged by what I saw that you're taking shots making shots. They blow out the mavericks there the Mavericks Without Kristaps Porzingis and Oh, that's right. We had a bed last night. I almost forgot about that. Yes mclovin I'm so psyched Jamaal Berry bet no no, we didn't do more. We didn't do a Jamal Murray. No, we did. Luca don-shik. Luca would not score over twenty nine points last night and all four Danette said that they would take the over. You said, he would score over. He would not for the series now again. So I got the the big German and tyler they're making I. Think it's Boston Cream pies there. Yeah. So that'll be for the. Latter part of the show. I don't want you having pile all over your face for an entire hour there. But you guys lost a bet it's content and you'll have to pay a little later on. Yes. First of all, there's nothing that puts you in a better mood in this you came in springs on your you walked into the. Boy I know. I did come in and I go pie guys. Hi Guys. Smile in your face and ask you to borrow some money today. I feel bad about wasting pies though like I don't mind getting hit but the waste of the I'm still eating mine. Well we can set it up where I put you over a table in i. hit you with you guys I'm thinking you guys do self-imposed pies like you have to smash your face kamikazes. Yeah. Yeah. What if we have to get one of the other dannettes like, ooh, like pocket get todd or todd can get Andrew or do you want to front row back-row where that can be seen? You do to Paulie and then Paulie do it to Seton. You don't want better Paulie Fritzy. METS TASTING MHM I like it. Toddy. Okay. With it whenever you guys wanted to. Okay. Do you WanNa, do it. That's fine. Do you WANNA blast Paulie in the face with a pie I'm happy to. Sign I'm you guys are looking for violence and broken? No. No I'm looking for violence. No broken noses whatever you sign me. You have Paulie Seton as mclovin for violence and broken. Wrong with you. It's a pie, it's just part of the. Reason for delegating specific people to specific people. It's content. You and Paulie have a little whatever you have even thought. It might be fun if Paul going to let you go first by the way. Barra. He wants to. He wants to see how you. Administer the. Have Lance Lynn Jessop. Yes, we club can we throw them editor from five feet away to add like flexibility comes into this to instead of having the right to make sure you get hit because you guys might have some kind of side deal where you go a seat and I'm GonNa Act like I throw Paulie can't throw I could barely hit someone who's physically next to me. Yeah. I mean we've got one good. I can't have that. So that's a little bit later on today poll question you gotTa play the day I'm sure Ethan will come up with his stat of the day as well. There was a moment last night. You know the game was out of reach with clippers and the mavs but there was a moment last night where Marcus Morris stepped on Luca Danni chicks ankle this just happened to be the sore ankle this sprained ankle. Now it's hard to read into intent but I'm not gonNA. Give Morris, the benefit of the doubt if this had been Paul George than I would or Leonard than I would. But I'm not going to in this situation here because if you look at Morris when he approaches Luca, he's not even making a basketball play because it's an out of bounds and he immediately it's almost like he targets Luca Danni chick and goes right for the. So of all the ankles he's stepping on he steps on the bad ankle there and what was he doing around Don-shik in the first place? After basket and taking the ball out of bounds. I don't know like the NBA needs to at least say something because you've had the mantras Herrell moment. With what he said to. Luca. Danni chick. There was a lot of chatter last night that the clippers were saying things back to don-shik outlook. I don't want this to be a hey, let's tattletale and all Luca. Don. Chick, by all accounts looks like a grown man, he can take care of himself. But, the NBA has to worry about this because you can't pick and choose when you're handing out discipline or you choose to look or listen the other way and I think that. I hate saying it but I felt it last night. If last night's game was a close out game and the clippers were acting the way they were. On the bench and then this happened, you might have seen something where push came to shove. I think the commissioner got to at least. Send a message here that we're not GONNA put up with this Rick Carlisle got tossed from that game last night because he thought that Morris did it on purpose. Not that he's going to say that he did it on purpose but it looked like he did it on purpose here is Luca after the game. To him you know he's just. Saying a lot of. Bet stuff to me all the game you know and just want to talk to him. Like I say we're going to have their own opinion. And you know I just hope it wasn't. That wasn't action. Does really bad. Yeah. In the NBA at least has to get the clippers attention just to say guys. We're not. GonNa, put up with this And you don't want to appear to just be protecting Lucan this situation but given what has happened already. Never. When Luke got close line and then porzingus got a technical there. You know where they grab even spun him around. So they've been and this is the book you know you're trying to be physical on him. You want to see what he can take. You know they did this with Novitsky when he first came in. They used to make fun of him on the sidelines, his rookie year. Calling him a lot of different things stuff like this happens. But in the bubble where we get to hear this and then we saw this, we saw the actual footage of what Morris was doing to Luca Donncha opinion it looked like he was trying to target him. And find the NBA. You can't judge intent but given the temperature of the series I'd be judging intense right now from commissioner silver. Yes. If you're the NBA and this is an obvious questions like the NFL quarterbacks don't you overprotect stars especially with the ratings, you can't have a game without Luca Danni present and anything to keep those stars on the court. You Ding a guy like Morris and no one will miss a beat if he's not in the game and you know all astros Berkeley about it because I I'm not here to overly protect but I do think that there are moments where you're leading the guy who has less talent dictate and that's the problem I have with the Clippers mantras Herrell. He makes up and he celebrates like he just one game seven. Morris out there you gotTa have these guys. These are valuable guys to win a championship, but you can't let that guide dictate what is going to happen. It's like when you have a goon in hockey and he all of a sudden is going to dictate what happens to the star players. It's just not good for the sport and I think that that's something that any league should be looking out for not just the NBA club, but it never goes away. I mean Draymond is. Dream on every title t marcus. Smart Draymond Green is going to be a hall of Famer when it's all said and done right but. Herrell nobody's going to care about his career but I still think draymond legacy might be got booted out of that finals for Young Guy. I know being stupid it cost a championship, but that's the role he plays. He's at least talented. These guys you know dream on as made all star teams, right? What do you think Marcus smart because he's got, he's effective like he plays super hard but he's also seems kind of dirty but I don't know if he's a cheap shot artist. This is I'm grabbing Luca goes to the hoop. This is how this started and then they grabbed him spun him around and then he said something and that's when Porzingas came in and then porzingis ended up getting tossed in a game that had he not gotten tossed they would won in my opinion. But if you're gonNA play hard basketball. A playoff foul is different than a regular season found least it used to be but that to me, you accidentally step on the best player on the floor on his injured ankle I. Don't think I'm GonNa give you and it wasn't in a in a in a scrum. It wasn't going up for a rebound or. I accidentally did it. To me it felt like it was an opportunity. It just did. Club isn't that sports though you go after the injured bar I know it's like football. But I can't do that in the NBA where I'm GonNa, go after your ankle by stepping on it where you're not even watching. Right. But the history of the mean football you would go if you knew the running back at an injured ankle, you'd step on his foot in the pile every time you cook right? It's a different. Football basketball is all in the seventies and eighties I felt like it was kind of like that. But if you got caught then that's where you have to answer in my opinion. The clippers played great. Played Great. That should not be overshadowed. They played great and maybe they looked at what the Lakers did the other night and went. Better step our game up really quick here because we could be in trouble and they haven't played great. They're still getting their pieces together but I'm not GonNa Give Morris or herald the benefit of the doubt in these situations here because you have an earned it. And DONNCHA has said this has been going on. The officials need to police this because basketball doesn't police itself. Because you don't have somebody on Dallas going hey, I'm going to step on Magin if somebody goes down almost up on ankle. I'm going to be dirty to Qui-. You don't want that. We want the best players on the floor. I don't want some marginal player out there dictating what could have imagined if do Luca. Couldn't play the next game. So we get cheated because of that because you allow this to happen or. You didn't step in after the fact to say we're not putting up with this nonsense anymore but. You Got Games coming up tonight you got the Lakers trying to close out the blazers, thunder and rock edge in that one is really interesting tonight magic in a box. The Greek freak is the defensive player of the year and he's also going be the MVP I. Don't Know How many times you've had defensive player of the year and MVP in the same season. But you're seeing something special with the Greek freak I know he's not must see. TV is teams not must see TV, but he's he's turning in one of the great seasons the last couple of seasons and I, always want to see how you improve. He went from averaging six points to twelve to seventeen to twenty, two, twenty, three to twenty, seven to almost twenty, eight to almost thirty every single year scoring has gone up. got. To be a better free throw shooter but I'm nitpicking there. But that's pretty impressive with what he's done by the way. The next great podcast you have your opportunity and the contest will close on. Monday next great podcast DOT COM, you submit your pitch, all the details are there. We're going to select up to ten semifinalists to give them a thousand dollars to produce a pilot episode, and then you're GonNa have people voting on this around the country, the next rate podcast, dot common. 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So yeah that'd be disappointing one more quickly and WHO's The guy? WHO's stars risen the most in the bubble Joel Murray Damian Lillard. Donncha. Spider Mitchell. That's a good one. Jamal Murray's getting there. The problem is, is he plays in the afternoon. So you only get to see his highlights him and Donovan Mitchell but I would say, Damian Lillard. We knew don-shik we knew. I'd say, Jamal Murray because Mitchell was rookie year wasn't he? I think Jamal I keep looking at Jamal Marie and I go Bam a bio Devon Booker and I go how? Kentucky only win one national title with all the Talent Tyler. Herro I mean, could they have so much talent that went through there? I let me get to a Charles Barkley, who of course, the star of TNT Chuck Good Morning. How are you? Good morning brother how you doing I'm doing okay. I was worried about you last night they were picking on you and I thought if Kenny was a little bit bigger, you might have popped him. Now man we just have fun. As, crazy right now working every day. So we just trying to make people watching and enjoying the show master ballsbridge. Good. But are you out of the prediction business? For today. I'm GONNA take some time off I'm three guaranteeing. Time House. Yeah. But you have to have something attached to your guarantee like if it doesn't happen, then this has to happen. Well. The good thing about my guarantees I'm not in one of those states rock embed only on the APP right now for fan do so and I'm not near Cassino so. Reading. That right. Right now they're just works. Well that's probably a good thing. I did love the blazers prediction just from the fact that you were so strong with it and shack broke your broom. When you said there is going to be a sweep. That was good TV. Yeah, man, you know the Blazers looks like they've run Outta gas but the main thing, the Lakers of making shots, they were the worst three point shooting came in NBA all season but the last three games they're making shots I, mean we knew. And Lebron, we're GONNA play great. But. Now, they're making shots the kids can they keep doing it? I, mean because it even on a hot streak. Their. Track records said they had the worst inmate three points Jane in the NBA. Season Yeah I don't know if Portland is going to solve everything for the Lakers to me. It was kind of the perfect team to face because they don't play any defense, but I don't know what's going to happen this next round I mean Utah's been surprisingly good considering commonly left the bubble Bogdanovich had the wrist surgery there. So I don't know who WHO THE LAKERS WANNA FACE BETWEEN DENVER IN UTAH. The don't they played a rockets next. Read she reggie was saying yesterday that. That the Lakers facing Utah would be great. Well. First of all. Utah I can't remember the brackets right off the top of my head club in check that for me did see if chuck is right. Yeah B-. Lakers rockets, Lakers rockets okay or. KC Okay Allison it. It all depends on Westbrook, but they'd be favored over the rockets. Denver Series Democles Defense I'll pick them to win that series. They played great last night but. That's still a pick concerns in my opinion. I'm trying to figure out what the rockets I mean that philosophy you live by it and you die by it. You know. Do I mean they'd pass up twos chuck? To take. You know what listen? Style go with you know in the third quarter. Eighth Straight. Theresa Start. And went out to a good lead, and then down the stretch, they were five for twenty six. They were asking for for twenty six through on up at the Buzzer that went and then count. I mean accounted. So they will flow really four, twenty six. It was great. It works but I think shooting a basketball is probably the hardest part of Ascot Ball. And you just GonNa go through streaks, we can't make them. You know that year they against the warriors. Thirty in a row. And Mike my question is, can they against an elite came on the lead the team? Can they make four out of seven days and I think that's too hard to do. Yeah. I'm with you on that I. Think they're a great regular season curiosity. But when it gets to the postseason I, just think that's system is flawed because they're shooters aren't as good as golden state shooters and Golden State plays defense as well when they were having their title runs. And also thank you so much presser. Own One. Guy James is the best one on one player I probably ever seen. You know no disrespect, a Michael Kobe but James Harden when I said a few years ago everybody said I was crazy. Now they know this guy is unstoppable one on one but the problem is you always get tired I mean I remember when I was living I live in Phoenix I thought Steve Nash wore down every year I believe that I just think it's too hard to do that. For Two straight months. And the same with Iverson. These guys who have to carry that every single night people don't realize. The pressure and just the energy that you. Do exert tried to do that every single night. Well. Dan One thing I've said is. You have to do it every single night. You think about it Lebron had a bad game and they still be. You know You know Jamal Murray's had some bad like James. Harden is the only player in the NBA. WHO has to play? Great. Team to win every night because he has the ball one hundred percent of the time. He has the GLADE. Great. Every single night there's no other player in the NBA who has to play grades for their team to win. Argue Luca has to play great for that team to win. But I'm saying he can get. The other day when he scored applauded once that was fantastic but he got twenty five points they can still win. James has to get in my just my range as asa get a minimum of thirty. But have team because he he's the guy especially with no Ross. Yeah I I understand what you're saying and speaking of Luca last night you know the clippers blow him out but you know there's that moment where more steps on Lucas Bat ankle. Now if you're the NBA. You read anything you. It's hard to read intent into something Charles but given the physicality what's happened with the clippers to Luca and what they've said and done do you say or do anything to the clippers if you're the commissioner? Plays not look good. In my opinion because if you look at the play, the balls are in place already dead. The balls in the basket does no reason for him to be going toward the basket you would be getting back on Defense I. Don't WanNa get on your show accused somebody that plan Bertie but I will say this that was no reason for him to go into a lucrative that situation I mean the balls in the basket. And you normally begin back on defense is not a good look. I mean. Adam's have to take a look at that, but it doesn't look good. I'M NOT GONNA lie. Yeah. Once again, it's hard to read intent in there but I agree with you I said that about fifteen minutes ago Moore's is not making a basketball move. There's no reason for him to be going towards Luca because it's an inbound pass there, and then he steps on the back of his ankle there. So I mean it listen I don't ever want to get on TV accuse somebody doing something dirty but I'm saying Listen evidence does not look good. There's no reason I mean the balls in about I've looked at it. Hundred Times I'm exaggerating obviously I'm like, okay. The balls ended up basket. Up He's not even close to the lane when the ball goes in the basket and then he runs in the lane and stepped on the guy. Ankles is not a very good look. What do you think of the clippers right now last night change anything. Well I think they saw the Lakers play with great energy and effort, and like you know what? We can't beat the teen away where plan. Listen, I. think that one hundred percent of people in the world going into the season thought it was going to come down to the Lakers clippers. Think it's fair to say is still gonNA come down to legs clippers in the West. You know Denver's really inconsistent. Bad. Defensively I thank you taught loss of mcdonagh bits is the really big deal. I thought Donna's play. That was a creek I'm series. So I don't think anything changed. My mind is GONNA. Be the Lakers and the clippers. In. The Western Conference finals in my pain. Charles Barkley Lawler Famer T., and T.'s inside the NBA joining us on the program. Greek, Freak is defensive player of the year. Now, he's going to be the MVP. It's can you be the best player in the sport but not be the face of a sport? Well listen what he's accomplished at this age. Is Incredible, and I'll tell you what Dan, he such a great kid. Humility I think about last year when we had him on a award show and he won the MVP he was crying. I mean even last night we gave him to defensive player of the year. He was emotional. He's a great kid. I heard you guys talking about earlier one of your poll questions, I? Mean he's only twenty six. Michael Jordan win his first championship until he was twenty eight. I think the same thing with Lebron. I get frustrated when these guys immediate not you guys in the media time but we'll have you don't win the championship this year he's got leave Milwaukee I'm like nobody said that Michael Jordan when he was you know. I love the way. These guys like, oh, he hasn't wanted. He's got to leave Milwaukee to win the championship I. Hope He wins the championship be great for the NBA. OB STAYS MILWAUKEE. I'd hate to see him join a super team. That, the NBA. But what he's accomplished so far is incredible and our love for him to be the face of the NBA because he's such a great kid and a hell of a player. Whose reputation has gone up the most in the bubble Damian don-shik Tomorrow Murray Donovan Mitchell. Oil. That's a really difficult question at a great question listen. I think. Dame was. You know that came mandate got a lot of talent I. Hate they ran out of gas i. wish they could be together for the entire season because they would have been one to see. but. Donovan has done so far. and. What Lucas Don. Man I listen the NBA is got some young some great players. They're really close to ban superstars. I mean man I feel really good about what we're going in the future but I don't think you can say. I'll take any one of those. You've mentioned man to be honest with you I mean they've been great in the bubble and listen I WANNA give Adam several shout out. Let. Me Tell you man I have been on the record I thought it was no way this thing would work. I thought it was no way to stay work with my boys in hockey. Shoutout to the Tampa Bay lightning game last night by John Cooper coach watching the whole gang. But let me tell you something. I thought there was no way to stay in could work without a bunch of positive tests but shout out to Gary, Bettman, Adam Silver, and also to the players. But the fan really I mean, we had a couple hiccups, but I cannot believe we made a diff- for with no positive tests. Now, that's going to change the next round we start bringing in families and things like that. But. We've already been father than I ever thought we would get. Also Paul George said he was in a dark He was battling depression in the bubble there. Yeah I'm not sure what that was about. I have already talked to a couple of players complaining about the food and things like that. I'm not sure when you listen the people who live in an pandemic who've lost their jobs. You Know Got Hurricane Bob balanced down on the Houston to hurricanes. You know so I don't think guys make May. Should be were just stuck in a place where they can go fishing and play golf basketball and make million dollars. That's not a dark place the thing that just happened. detained happening with his pandemic audit people lose their jobs. Those people are dark place. We are the luckiest people in the world dribble stupid basketball to make Manza dollars would never in a dark place I I just think we need to be careful what we complain about. I mean those people getting ready to get hit with those two hurricanes in the middle of a pandemic. That's awful. Man My thoughts, those people. You brought up what happened in Wisconsin with Jacob Blake and there was talk yesterday that some of these players were looking at maybe sitting out you know the the Raptors, a couple of Fred Benfleet. That maybe they would sit out a game in protest of what happened when he was shot seven times. This might come down to does Lebron. I don't how much pressure is on the Brown to do something because when Lebron does it than everybody else does it? Do. You think that that there's a potential of these players may be sitting out a game as a show protests with what happened. Yeah I'm not sure what that would do to be honest with you. I think got an amazing platform. I don't like last night. That reveiz I thought stole the show I thought he was amazing. Just motion. Dan I say I'm Never GonNa tell anybody that right around the way they WANNA protest but I'm not sure how sit out a game bore conduct game would have affected the situation. You know we need police reform, prison reform. Those are two things we really need. You know I talked about it. Last night on the show said know I'm disappointed that because backups are making it unsafe for the good cops. That's what the dessel what what I I I said last night. If audit good copter most cops are great i. don't Care What anybody says. I. Most of the cops are great. But they're making an unsafe flooded good cops bad cops disappointed in the police union. I think the police need to get together and get rid of they're doing to be honest with you because they're making unsafe but a good cops. We need cops. If it wasn't for cops, I mean everybody called on things are bad. COPS shouldn't be cops. My my bodyguard is a COP, but thirty years is why was accomplished thirty years shutout out the James Heywood. And he talked, we talk about it all the time I always get his opinion on only shootings. And he also hey, you're timid when it comes to write it timid when the cops are wrong and. This clearly was. You know the shooter guy back with kids in the car. I know that was case Cason beforehand, which I'm not sure. I'm not sure what's going on with the media. They did not show us the altercation in advance that was an obligation in advance. Before he went to his car, they have a show that but that being said I. think there's a vital gotta find a way to de escalate the situation without shooting a guy that back seven times with his kids in the car. And unarmed. And on arms. Right. You know I think you have to be Catholic there Dan like I. Say I know he was alarmed but you know if you get in a fight with somebody, they go to their car a really scary situation but that's gotta be a better way to shoot Shuna guy seven times in the back with his kids in the car. Good to visit with you. You Got Thunder Rockets, Magic Bucks Blake Blazers Lakers. Exciting know Dan this is. A real job. NCAA tournament. Yeah, but that's only A. You know. Then I'm fifty seven I've never worked every day of my life. This is no joke. I'm starting to like you add nerds a lot more. Man Get up and go to work every day. This is Joe I. Don't know how people don't get up everyday and go to work. Well, they call professional players. They're called jocks. We don't go to work every day. Are you playing golf today? No Man, the weather has been awful in Atlanta. You know we're in a bubble in Atlanta. It has rained every day for. Getting the remnants of those two hurricanes. So is it has rained everyday ball week and it's GonNa rain every day another week because like I? Say we're not in the path a hurricane but we get. The side effects have you had checkout playing golf. No No. No. No shock is he's too busy smoking hookah to play golf. Video Shack. Smoking Hookah. Shack does every single day. Bam Hookah. I. Been I've been a couple of times because I'm not a bit who guy but he loves his hookah man he loves it. What kind of feeling does it give you? You. Know it. It didn't do anything for me I I. Don't know how to other people do it remains like when I smoke. I smoked pot like five times in my life and all it made me WanNa do is eat potato chips. I got a couple of homeboys who love bottles smoking all the time I've tried about five times in my life. Magazine all it makes me WANNA do is eat potato chips. You don't need to do that. No. No. But I'm saying like I love potato chips obviously like most people do would. Be like one of my boys man tried. And I tried and I'm like. It makes me feel no type away I'm like Yo manages making me hungry. Of like Yoga. Yoga I've done yoga before like. Well, don't it take you to a different place I'm like Nah don't do anything for me I feel like I'm stretching. It doesn't free my mind anything. It just makes me feel like I'm stretching. Good to visit with you and thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me. That's Charles Barkley would take a break play of the day is up next here. 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GAA Postcast: Hurling & Football Tipping | Wexford v Kilkenny | Dublin v Galway | Connacht SFC Final

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GAA Postcast: Hurling & Football Tipping | Wexford v Kilkenny | Dublin v Galway | Connacht SFC Final

"Here at paddy power. We're the home of the money back special with some incredible offers every single week. Check out the website or app today. Terms and conditions apply. Eighteen plus begun dot org. Well, the belongs to the post cast in associated with potty power. I'm David Cheddington. The racing post, I want regular hurling pundit Aidan Fogarty on holidays and delighted to save that our very own racing post, hurling expert, Michael mullahs, who is stepping into the breach and regular racing post readers will know and they would be truth, that he's on the post custody because they will know and they will see it in their wallet that he tipped Limerick to win last year's Orland hurling championship at fourteen to one and also tip key Lynch for hurler of the year. So no pressure. Mike for racing post Debbie, we're also joined by Damian FitzGerald from our sponsors potty, para. So we've got four cracking hurling tell us to preview, but before that, we're going to have a regular slot, which is our quick, fire questions on the first tree for you. Mike emotive if I'm giving you a free tenor right now, who does it go on to lift Liam? I suppose it's probably probably only really till I should start with a slightly, Boyce snacks. And I think the value at the moment has we Limerick, if we look at last week's performances Galway and cork close in the bedding to them. And I think definitely to stand out last week. They just looked a locally argue look poor but limited, just blew them away, completely, and Tipperary, anoint, four to moment. I think are small Baotou shores, considering Limor can tape over last couple years. There's never been monitoring them. So letting value has to be Limerick. So this is the head and the heart saying the same thing. I think so. Yeah, I think from value respect of their. Poile Galway and cork Royd up there, just think Limacher Silla, San note under finalists was just unbelievable lasts. Again, lovely stuff net. We said already that you tip keen Lynch to get hurt at the details in the nation. But will we quote, we want to know now is, who is going to be hurler of the year into the nineteen? This is a close, call between two of their voting Mataafa whatnot, not eat, or talk to think TJ Reid is definitely the best earlier in Ireland. Right. And both don't know if he's gonna make an all airline flying, and it's very, very rare. You got hurt here without making learn. Sort of finger dropped on Aaron gallon at the moment for Limerick. Tell you between him and causing mine, and mining was brilliant and the far south last week books when Joel cannon comes in. It's gonna take the spotlight off. And again, I think Dilan he looks on software. You can give them, bald. Whatever way, whatever you want he just wins. He wins a lot of freeze, which probably doesn't get get seen as much and obviously his goalscoring -bility is, is unbelievable, as you can get eight to one is probably the best bet lovely stuff, arrogant, hurler, ear, eight to one from Moldova who's going for two in a row on your part of final quick question, what province will dish years, our winters. Husky monster tip limousine car Earl genuine contenders. I think already only only millennia with a chance. Silia has to be, sir. Okay. So it's monster presumed that's a short of price damning for chair lizard. Yeah. It's to fight Munster seven floor-length starts on site there for while that is to fight months. But I think Michael is right? Okay. Daime fit share your tree quickfire questions. How was last weekend from Patty para perspective on the hurling front and was your worst result? It was a disaster to be honest on hardened site. Limerick was very poor result to be clear. We laid Mon weakened undermatched for the handicapped. So I think that was probably our worst resulted year. Saw fair with Limerick winning Solan. We laid them obviously, and running as well. When they looked beginning on top of ourselves, just really poor result. Biggest bet we took was a K on Nimrik volleyed. What we took a view decent size bets on demand. Price and to to capture him two weeks. It was a very poor result for us. L taught lovely. So that was my second question. What was your biggest bet? Did you say there? It came on Limerick, tude five. We took a few bets over fight can Limerick like they were very, very popular last week and the max proved all the customers. Right. So yeah Limerick. Very, very, very poor result s excellent guitar, and final question are finding Ryan of rain Robin fixtures in the in the provincial championships dangerous from Patty parak- perspective, given that some teams have Milton to play for. Era bid I suppose, I'm not too bad. They cereals Tipperary the only team that a very to play for. And in that hit Limerick match with probably would probably be a little bit more careful laying air laying bets earlier in the week until we see the team's probably tonight. So you just have to be a bit more care for what it up just. 'cause we don't know how teams are going to be out. But most of the games thankfully, this weekend are stood fairly competitive, hopefully it works out that way, and we'd have some crack in action on Saturday nights in that moves us on to Saturday, the first game we're going to preview this week is at innovate. Wexford packed seven pm skysports. It's Wexford v. Kilkenny. Can we get some prices on handicaps plays? Damian. Ca Kenya thirteen eight to one to draw and seven to four expert Wexford, plus two is ten to eleven ten to one hundred to capture. Aw. And Kenny minus two is even now Daming Fisher people listening to this post, and they'd be saying to themselves hell on our given go Kenney of being so far this year. How on Earth Day not short or in America against Wexford site that if yet to prove their anywhere near Orland contenders was this a tough game to price. Ope was pretty tough games price of like Wexford do have home advantage and you say, can you have been impressive this year? But I'm not sure they have been done impressive, like TJ read has been doing basically everything firm. He hasn't been getting what support really. So I think quick sort at home and, and kinda Kenny, I'm not as convinced by them motor people. Unequipped should have a good chance like Kenney. One by pint last year Wexford bit than deer before sorta hasn't been much between the teams. And I think it would home advantage. You'd have to get away decent chance here. Mike. Motive are Wexford past ourselves by days on their debut FitzGerald house. He comes to the end of the road with this team. Yes. I think so I think there's definitely a lot cylinders Wexford team. But as we've seen over the last couple of years with various Saudis under Davy Tertre forties, and they tend to tend to fall off and it's probably because of his players and he read Herlin is he takes all the stories you hear it seems like he really really drills players, and you can only go to the well, so many times, I don't think that's going to be the case again on Saturday evening. Look, they've looked pretty good this year and true direct form lines if you would goal in Dublin the really well matched because there wasn't much between Kenyan Dolin, Ozzy Wexford and Dolan drew, same goal drew at Wexford and. Galway wannabe Kenny boy point last week. So does it very little in them on a between Amman form? But we saw last year in the quarterfinal against Clare like they were really, really poor against and I think they're just missing tree or four pair players, really bring him on to the next level. And I think that's, that's going to catch them on Saturday. Even as multiple expected, put up a huge follies adulting. Declares players that are I think we're going to have a clash between our two pundits here because I think I think we're going to see different sites here. Michael, we let you make your pitch. I who wins employees. Kenny, Kenny definitely win this. I don't think they're genuine all Ireland contenders yet because there were loyal TJ too much now. He's not he's not a bad to rely on. What do you think Walter walls Koby back this weekend? And it looks like macho Harlem would them take him which is going to leave TJ in a bit more space goes Highland is a brilliant, man marker. And so I'm not sure Wexford lately in kick anyone knowing points last show in the Trump people fail overflowing than on natural Wakeford Pyrke. Is that much of a fortress anymore? It's I think he can each have their number excellent Daming for sheriff Joe boy, what you're saying, just a little bit earlier. I'm sensing a might be an upset on the carrots air. I'd probably just go for expert at the prices. Seven two four. I didn't get home. And I haven't been that impressed by Kenny, so far this year are going to be very, very tight match. I don't think there'd be much between them. I think Kobe pretty low scoring as well, just because there is so much at stake with, like, there's a big danger whoever loses this match Goto championship. So I think very tight match so couple of prices. The Kashmir Nogal score is fourteen and under one and a half chords. The street one and I could see voted him commentary leading to just be really tight matching maybe Wexford get get up by a point or two just with home advantage at the end accent. So to pass bat on the potty paramedics coupon for your Damion is under one and a half goals, a trait more. Okay. I like to send it out. Mike motivated. What's the best? Bet on the coupon. Wexford Vico, Kenny, I'm gonna go kick anymore in a su- expect onto win boy, three or four points, lovely stuff today. Go there, the lads tall. It's on Wexford Kilkenny at seven o'clock. Innovate Wexford park live on Sky Sports on Saturday night. So moving onto the odor game inland, stir, it is still blimpy Goldway ultimate seven o'clock paranoid park, live and skysports Daming, can I get some prices were bested exact same price and dispatches last bad. So we're seven two four eight hundred zero eight thirteen go away. It's ten to eleven Dobelin, plus two ten two hundred handicap tro, and even scholar minus two, Michael disc. All we saw it whom we saw them in seventeen I think a lot of us thought that, that might be to tree four orlands in the next couple of years, and they just happen progress from that allow success are anywhere near as good as they wear when the when the airland this current team what? What was interesting? A look through their two thousand seventeen winning team last night. And it hasn't really changed much over the last few years. I think the problem is a goal to haven't changed, but Harling has duck. Brenda hurling that won the all Ireland is I was in seventeen was the really physical brand of hurling a really lower teams since then you see Limerick last year. They showed they got big quake on Tipperary and jumps to disappear. They're big and quick. I'm when you can complain combine that with the with the hurling these top teams have really, really sets them apart from Galler, which heard they're just lacking, the speed around, feeling they've some big, big men, and we saw impression, Johnny Glynn made last week when he came back in and of c-, Joel silicon in both. I think the game is getting much faster. I think the goal third offence in particular is just a little bit too slow at the moment. And that's why Mike and is one of the best Harland tipsters airland would analysis dot Damian Fitzgerald's have Doberman, been lucky this year, you kind of look through their games, and Trittin d- a big performance. But it just happened really at the start of the year. We were kind of saying they probably would go to lend star given the fixtures, have they've been a little bit of not not to be in a better position than there in there. Suppose you could say look, you're not caused that gaming and spikes, which is the key game. They did look like they were getting on top about halfway through the second half and at the rear going to that. We're going to get on top and going to get the win. What at the same time they needed a free in last minute to get a drought at match in without. That's there'd been trouble. So, yeah, I think you could see, like they've performed well enough. Maybe they are been unlucky, but like they're going to have to form better on Saturday, and a really going to have to put in our performance, if they want to keep going for your 'cause during a lot of trouble. What you found seats at Wexford to cause an upset in the first match lend sir is there going to be literal upset on the carrots here. Daming. I think so I'd give opened a pretty good chance at seven floor. Like I think the thing is it's a lot bigger game for Dublin like dominant half to win this game Galway possibly would probably get through anyway. So I think we have to Troy McCain at this game and Galway last week put in a big went down to Kenyan put in a big performed. So I think maybe there's a chance that could be a little bit flat here. And like the last thing is home advantage parallel packs, big big advantage to Dublin hurler. So in Perrineau pair of I think I would give him an I give them a pretty good chance. I think seventh floors decent. I Michael is seven four. Good value. Absolutely. As I think, when you have doled on located here, I think they haven't been on located just having take their chances both probably unlucky withdrawal that they have to face call in the last round. And I think there are better sullied in Wexford Wexford have a better chance of beaten to Kenny, but I think Dolan at home. We saw last year to nearly turn over Kenny. They're just slacking that small bit put at home on a Saturday. Parnell prior to be settled, I think, in front of a home crowd. I think seventy four is good value. And to know what it's three votes for Dublin because I also fancied Dublin that seven to four. Today you go you can't say that I'm the best band on the potty para coupon. Lots mike. Doc Dolan, seven to four. Yeah, I totally agree Damian. Yeah. Yeah. Like to seven for just had a bigger price setting gave him and didn't fifteen to scold scorers, decent prices will. Yeah, I think he's a crack in hearner stay go. We are fancying noble into college and upset against Galway in the second of the Lindstrom matches on Saturday evening. So moving onto Sunday's action, it's Dan to monster eight as possibly to the most impressive sites. We've seen so far this year. Watt a Tulsa we have in store at Semple stadium, two o'clock live and RT. It is Tipperary Limerick on, I'm sure this is very tighten. The bet. And they mean. It's very tight as you'd expect taper evens eight one to draw an eleven to ten Nimri tip, minus one is five to four. Hennion capture all ten to one Limerick. Plus, on is. Right. Michael wanna Limerick hurling biggest fans but you down to this honestly. Have you been more impressed with Tipperary or Limerick in the last few weeks? Def definitely one of the biggest funds rainbow. Trout three or four weeks for this game. Escape for Sunday morning. But I think for the fact that we didn't expect some temporary this year. Dave impressed me more looking at twenty eighteen and the league this year we knew what to expect from Limerick there. They've proven time and time again our top sullied all albeit at a desire to the championship against core. I don't think anyone really solve this come on from from Tipperary on their league form this year. And how poor day where last year Sheedy has completely turned things around seven Seventy-nine intrigue aims, it's unbelievable score. And yeah, I've been really, really impressed nobly an honest answer. That's what we want 'em Damian. What is Tipperary biggest weakness. So we've seen them in the last couple of weeks been absolutely breathtaking. They've been hitting big scores. Looked flawless. But surely, there's a weakness in there somewhere. Yeah. I think if it was looking for weakness on the tip team. I think I they're they're very good individual herders, but I think they do a little bit pace in the backs. And I think maybe last couple of games have suited tip because they've been able to play sweeper, and I think, really helps tip when they can play sweeper and have a Freeman back there. I wonder backs all America player. I think that can be to be enrolled out and just a bit more pace in against other teams. So, yeah, I, I think when tip play sweeper dig at a chance to look up, and if they don't die, sweeper entertain us suppose time you'd go to DOJ, you'd have to have a bit with tip is they are getting on a bit, and their standard really, really well, but will they be able to keep this level of form of until the end of August with allow the players indoor Tartus now? So that would be another small doubt Utah. What do you think Daming this pecan business as we call it, you know, teams to peak, you know, you hear of Dublin they're trying to peek in August and September. Is it omit? Or is it something that managers do focus on? Train in while. He's building up train, and then easing off when it gets latter sage championship. Is it a myth, or, or is there something true abusers are? I think there's like maybe it is way too much. But I think there is some truth to it. Especially for team like tape that do have an audible under nags like like maybe with Limerick. You can say Limerick were harder and league, maybe taping with younger, lads and a bit more competition for places. You can see how that would work for them, but with a team like tape I think you can say that they didn't really care about league just kind of use as match practice. Really? And now they've obviously game to be ready for the monster championship, and it's just a matter if they have been carried out true, and maybe they can like it's not as if they're very damore majority big players like around Turkey, Mark. So it's dot they're not retiring or anything but yeah, to be interesting, whether they can keep it up. I yeah, I think that probably can. But it's just it would be a small doubt you'd have in your head about a team. Okay. I'm looking forward to this near lots. We've come to you. I Mike who wins employees. I think liberty chills about shea this for don't think it's going to be a shootout that we've seen over the last couple of weeks as we've seen limit after half back on into into the middle. Turn on a really makes a massive ground into the middle of field. And if there's one thing limit of children that are over the last year. It's winning thirty bowl around there out of temporary. Get self into that space when Limerick win the ball on the vote was they don't just panic and hammer of all of the field. Now, they can if they need to the odd time because of the options insoluble, we see they're all go to work in the ball around to the halfback low, and you see Hannah burns dropping off and getting the ball them. And then they launch tax from there sorting. If limited can win that middle hurt, I think the inside line should have the beating temporary from there. I think that Tipperary full-back learner is quite vulnerable to quick. Full forward line Limerick have, and I think we'll just about see Limerick edge don't it's going to be a massive shoot. Okay. So it's going to be the yard and champions culminate on top narrowly from like. The Daming FitzGerald you agree. No. When I like to see the teams I obviously with, with the Kobe culture changes on either side. I think put full teams. I'd fancy tape at home. I think I've been playing so well, just offered Eze are Niger stink. The maybe a little bit of extra scoring power to Nimrik, and like the tape at the moment is like there's so many different forwards that can get you like bubbles. John McGrath, ams kind Lynn Jessop Willard, and, like one you're not going to hold on for him. So I think just fancy Cape. If, if, if there's a phone team, okay? So one edging slightly for Limerick. I'm on edging slightly far Tipperary so without Himalayan. Lads Michael, what's the best best on the potty power coupon? I think the owners on the point sets fifty one point fully of at the moment. I think does the forecast for the weekend isn't grays on, I think it's going to be a real proper battle. So I don't think eaters eater. So it'll be shooting the lights out on the two weather forecast. I think you put up mighty, they're shocked for Sunday. So I think conditions could play a big partyer at Damien your best bet on the coupon. You're going to go slightly against that even though with the weather I can see your point with Twitter. I'm going to go over Trina half golds at sixty five just think wit ball teams likely play each again this year. I think might be pretty loose game. I don't think either team. We want to show the under their full tactics. So I think might be kind of a loose enough game. So over three and a half to six even I think that might be excellent and moving onto our final game this weekend. It is at Cusack park, two o'clock on Sunday and you're going to get a glimpse of the two thousand nine hundred and champions, because Kark are making their way to Claire. Damian can we get some prices on this? Or what price Calveley back. This year is alerted winners out in Cusack park yet are pretty sharp price this week. It's tree to ten Kark ends to draw and tend to treat Claire evens complex is five eleven two hundred handicap draw and, and, and ten to eleven crossfire on over that car, minus five at Damien. First of all, why, if Claire being so poor this year, like they re? Really have been poor even in the opening game. They really really haven't hit the ground running talent in the nineteen. Yes. Suppose I suppose that just look bit stale. And maybe I'm maybe they're a bit over. Eight coming into this. I think the big problem that they have is their big players. I think have always relied a lot under big players care lice, Tony tack, candy, and John condoms. And they've been very poor this year so that when they're not playing with it. Don't really have the players Auburn that step up. So I think I think if they can't get the if they can't get their big players playing and you can stop their big players. And I think Tony Kelly has been well man marathon last couple of games. And I think if he he's not playing wedge hair playing well. So I think that's where the problem starts now Michael, we sat all along the to tip Limerick to any all Ireland last year in an initiate supplement. You also tip Limerick to lift at lea- McCarty. Butcher. Second tip for the allowance is going to prove a win them one because you're tip Kark. So what to caulk need to bring them to the next level, to get over line for this current car team to finally win the airland. What do you think they need to? As well as quite obvious would last year in the seventy downfall. Was there Pinal under seemed solace mcdade Kingston van no money coming off the bench last week. So do Christopher Joyce. So they do have good players on the bench. No. But I was a big. I don't wanna read too much into the for game because Waterford, Evan sole port is here. But a big worry has to be how much they conceded to water for Waterford last week. Like, two seventeen is Fred full to concede to that, though it was a challenge, but still is he won Tipperary unlimited Waterford earlier in year like literally did not concede it all. And really trove audience flawed for core court didn't do that for the second goal. Remember which one would have scored the fullback lend. Just went missing. Any he ended up until he to box on his own getting the ball. So I think that's definitely a worry for cork is, is how much second-seeded against poor soil, like Waterford. So when they go up against the big teams, I'm not sure if the defenses yourself to it so when you're sitting down to your preview back in may. Tip Cox windy, Ireland. Are you more lukewarm about that? No. Definitely not. Tipperary. I didn't find it very at all. And Dave really show on the ten peaked too early to early. We spoke earlier to peak too early. No on not to complement Clark. Let's say not never had a good record Tiffin Clark over the last couple of years. So they seem to be my bogies that's going to change in nineteen Damien for Sharon tell everybody had much cocker we're gonna win this game. Yeah. I think that when I take it, you can't really fancy Claire. After the last couple of games for point handicapped. No, I wouldn't really have the strong opinion either way on two handicap I think maybe it's a game where if you see to I ten minutes, you kind of say, which game way it's going to go. So might be one more for in running betting. I didn't win, but it might be not really have a strong opinion under handicap Floyd points. They're going to be a strong opinion. Yeah. I think I think core covert heightened me, half a Clare were so poor and unchargeable of some sort of fully put it just don't think the players at air and cork looking for Trina role months. So I think they'll want to get better another final yet. I think so on with that million. What's the best bet on the potty power coupon gone for no clear goals, twelve to five? They've only scored one goal jumpsuit this year. And in the last two games they've shown absolutely no goal trash John Cornyn. Enchanted on Zoe have been really disappointing. So I think yeah, don't clean account. Contradicts my point about the car defense. I don't see a clear clear getting a goal okeydoke Dame in your best best in care. We Kark Yemen. Little bit against that. A win would over twenty one and a half care planes at four to five as Mike was saying did just concede scores to anyone conceded to seventeen twelve for last week. And so, I think Claire will get over twenty one and a half points know how much car scorers different better yard just on the carbs defense. No doubt about him. I think over twenty one and a half care points. Pretty decent okeydoke said, obviously, I'm going to be on for cock, minus five. So all this left to do REVEAL OUR best bets weekend. Will be to Mike and Moldova hell after sterling podcast debut, where going to give you the honor of going I in selecting you're not for the weekend. It's under fifty one point four points in Limerick Tipperary. Damian FitzGerald urine up the weekend. Go for under one hat goals in western Kenya. Trees, lovely stuff on. I will go for cork minus five against Clare at even money with potty parent. Don't forget, if you go to potty, parasite, you will see the race the racing post Casta treble it will be enhanced, and it will be serious value. So keep it all year for that on the potty power website to travel. We'll be up there. My sincere thanks to Michael Melvin for brilliant debut on the post Jamie FitzGerald from our sponsors, Patty, para who'd be back in power to with potty Iraq to preview this weekend's conic final friends, or maybe more twenty create free bed for every friend who refer to Patty power. Thanks to our friends with benefits program. Log into your party power account and share your referral link to get started terms and conditions apply. Plus dot org. Welcome back to the post cast in association with potty. David Jiang's the race in post, we are once again, joined by Damion FitzGerald from our sponsors, Patty power on. We've got our hotshot football pundit. Patio Rourke to help us preview the Connacht final on Sunday up here stadium. But before we go in to preview the final, we're going to have our tree quickfire questions on the first treat for you. Rock on your first one is give me America ten for the performance against leaks last Sunday. Give them a seven. That's quite low. I was expecting to Nate there. We there yet. And I just talked to did did monitor which. Yes, the did they won by the entry thirteen to two nine points at atr like it's it looks flattering. Look, more flattering than actually what it actually was. Thinkin may go to goals for halftime then just after half-time leash had plenty of possession plenty of chances to get back into the game. And then Brian Manton gusts his second goal on kind of put the game bay the under was it lacked, a bit of atmosphere. Dan for lasts ten or fifteen minutes. I wouldn't say that to me will be too happy with their plans to improve on, which is a good team going in that they want to be absolutely Pekan for for Sunday week. So I think a seven ten, we'll be fair assessment, folk it oaks question number two, and I don't take me are going to be the answer to this question question, number two is who are the second best team in Ireland right now? Sposato have to go with your, your heart fancies for the other ad in DC. You're doing go of Tyrone. I think like a lot of people, another neutrals around the country. We were all little bit disappointed with the effort that the Tyrone, but in both maybe it's a sign of just head dominant. Donegal were on, on her when they had their homework done. Yeah. I totally agree with that. I think Donegal a proven themselves to be the second best team in Ireland at the moment on question. Number three, if I give you a free ten or to have a bash on the footballer of the year. Who would you have it on at this stage? And air you're on in on the podcast. Yaas me, this is why I said, James, McCarty your tickets. It's going to be someone from a different team. Who's gonna be there right up until alarm finding day and Dovan season hasn't really role in Yash? They haven't been tested properly yet on Monday. Do get tested be the old dog for the hard road to be someone like a Jack McCaffrey Fanton, James McCarrick disclosed to stand up and became to them big game. So I think yards whole tenor on on McCarty. Okay. So it's James McCarthy for patio footballer of the year. Okay. Damian for your tree quickfire questions. Number one, I was last again, from Patty payer perspective on the football front about with your worst result. Less weekend was a bit of a disaster for the on front furrows really like wasn't any individual result. Really? That was the problem. It was done all to favorites won't and onto quantum Peres, enter Maroney team. Run into famous twin and like the vast majority bet the handicap as well. So just like on Hume's and stuff like that running pointing on onto favorites it was a very, very poor result for a week for us. Results plays into qualifiers at Mead, where probably our worst individually result, we took a decent size, bed Sunday and under maximum handicaps. Oh, yeah. Very poor result weekend from stuff on what was the biggest bet stroka Patty power on the football front. And who is it on? The biggest bet we took the play of KEDO Bill on Mead and Longford 'em meet at wanted to dump for dates tortilla. And so wasn't ready really much worry about that cut it up. Pendolino of rose. That was a poor as what are you going to do with the money, Patty? Roll this began to Russ common. Okay. On before we go into that game at number three for you Damien as our mayo still, they couldn't possibly be. Are they still your worst result in the island outright market, their worst result by an absolute Moyle days? Tell us how God, it's, it's like about it's gone up towards about four hundred five hundred brands so sit up. It's very, very like we've only one to carry our own two other loser in the book. So yeah, it's basically male against everyone. So we'll be would be hoping that they don't. They can't start them. Search out in so your Christmas bonus relies on Omni Cantey Bush mayo winning the island while I would love to be in that position. Yeah, there's, there's calling for not to change a little bit, but definitely on your Bill will be our worst results. So as we can get eaten. It won't be too. We often wonder why potty powershares are so good. Maybe it's because may oh, are the worst results in their other nitrite markets today. We go move. It it's a very, very quiet weekend. The football front. We can take a breeder. We can relax Bush. We have to get back up for four o'clock appear stadium on Sunday. It's Galway VS common in the conic senior football championship final on Daming for sheriff. Can we get some prices on handicaps on, I think listeners would be quite surprised with the prices for this match? We're forced nine fifteen to draw and fight to us, common Galway ministry is sixty five eight hundred handicap drawl and rest common plus trees for six at patio. Raw Galway of often post and spluttered and thin pad against bad teams and stoned overlying been inconsistent in the league. And don't look as good as they wear instead amazing. So for that reason our Goldway too short on their two thousand nineteen four. Attained? So I can't believe that they're there to, to know him on Roscommon our faith to like this might sorry, four tonight for tonight's Saturday. Jan force nine unflapped to sorry to somebody was I, I would have seen more of a six four, four to six on America. It's, it's incredible. I have you been like, I haven't been impressed with all the way to all of you being in a in a seminar, both. Yeah. Get the game against London. Dave. Let's be honest. They were kind of looking to there were lucky to, to get ROY slips like him at his highlights of that match unknown than mystic gilded age goal chances. Well on kind of were picking off scores at the res that day procedures detained this name. They're still couple of the big names, Mesa a team that would really strike fear into me. If I close amid player going to play in a just can't see Heather, they're so dumb. In america. Yeah. No. It's incredible. Daming have have kind of we being the most popular with punters going into the game, yet, it's been pretty even overtaking a bit more money on Galway. So, yeah. Yeah. I, I can I can see where that argument is coming from Galway agitate short in the game on anything I've done this year. Really, it's more on last year's farmers and Damian stick sticking with you. What do we make of this current trust common team? I think we presumed it will be back to traditional codifying, what mayo against Galway and then rest, common just wouldn't lie down. I know mayo had opportunities to win that game when Kevin McLaughlin, that late free to draw put they chose kept plugging emplo gone away and Kana Cox played very well scored five points and maybe they're just a better. Saw you on a very well organized under Anthony Cunningham than we were given credit for going into the championship. Vegetarian. I didn't like the Tango Roscommon is they do they do have a lot of very good players. Like, like Connor Cox has been added this year and dismay to be back starting to weekend Connor Advani and be certain as while they do have a lot of go players and they have been very good at underage for longtime. So they pretty good bass players. And as you said, they're pretty organized, like I don't think how to go Johnson that match and yet, so they, they do have their chances common at one bore, you would probably have about them is at midfield and under on K Coutts, like mayo killed them under cake, outs and mayo rack able to get a lot of possession because of that and gone way look pretty good at midfield as well. So I think they're on takeouts is probably where you would have a bit of a question about them. But like they have peace and tears and different that can school were going forward and look fairly. Well organized that vaccine, they're never going to be that far away. No, I think I think that's fair point stare at patio rock, who insist game. And why? Offer us column. I think advice to in a two horse race. That's a mad price IB haven't that anyway on? It's not it's not a case of, of obviously. We see two-horse raise doubling against layer. Doubling ends meet this is two teams that are arguably in recent years. And in the last three years quite evenly matched. So it is surprising that there's so much between them in the market. Yes. And a take last year. Galway run out easy, victors undone the year before Ross common in Konic fine in deform is flipped on a Tate year on year. Like there's, there's nothing between any the teams them in commented. It's, it's just if I can get it the right side of drawing bit Mendham so negative Noten destroy fear into Russ common on on that day go attained in only chartering siphon with the loss, Daming Comber. They seem to be Nickless attained the of, of a Brown up front. So I think with their with their toll furnace in defense that Antony owning his bras. I, I can see us common. Hold him going scoreless. Our goal is on this thing to give away a penalty or something like that. Yet, when when you look at Sam Goldway Damian like they don't know their best starting fifteen at the moment because of all the injuries and because of carbon players culminating later in the league. So there's not that much ability, but the guy with team at the minute is there? Fairness, they do have a system and Kevin much has been dare long enough that they do have a pretty good solid system in terms of the individual pairs calmer, is obviously a massive last. He just gives them something different is different. Probably every other player in the country, like this very few Daming, commerce around, so that is big loss for them. Am y'all? I think I think it'll be very, very tight match. I I'm not gonna sit in defense, maybe little bit. I think to draw at fifteen to might be worked bet it drew couple of years ago in two thousand sixteen and I didn't get be very very much. I don't really see much between them. So I can see where you're come from Roscommon of five to do might local big adding the draw at fifteen to outs looks at big me. Okay. So we've got two votes for us common at fight to two and one vote for a draw at fifteen to two. So there's no Galway here. Patio rock. You've been doing incredibly well with these this year. What is your best bet on the Patty, Paramount's coupon for Galway Veras common? And do do do here we go on going to go all the way out there. I'm gonna say Ross common win. Imagine one the tree points on that's at nine to two lovely was common twin by one. I liked that tank in because Galway or not sorry that you're going to hammer so common art going to win. It's going to be like that bat Galway twin by one to arrest common to him by won't two or three points at ninety two would potty Peradeniya Fisher your best bet on the much coupon consumer Roscommon to be the only team score a goal at tend to Trie whoa. That's big. That's big. I like that. 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Rock's Backpages Ep. 78: Sheryl Garratt on Rave Culture + Terry Farley Audio + The Streets

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Rock's Backpages Ep. 78: Sheryl Garratt on Rave Culture + Terry Farley Audio + The Streets

"Welcome through pages podcast on Bonnie Hoskins, and I'm here with my colleagues. Mark Pringle Hi Bonnie unjust. Murison Bowie had low bony. And, we'll delighted today to welcome special. Guest Sheriff Garrett Hi Cheryl. So, glad you could join US especially in the. New Edition of your Classic Adventures in Wonderland, which will be talking about later tying him with this? We'll be hearing clips from an interview with the veteran deejay Terry Folly, and we will also be talking a little about the streets Mike Skinner. I shall we want to know everything about you'll journey from Birmingham to becoming editor of the face, rushing this book and brought up to the present day. If the earliest pieces of us, we have on auto, pay off from nine hundred ninety. One when you I think still at school and Brome is not true. No I would have been at UNI by then. I wrote friend to me when I was still at school. mackney he was quite short. Know really tweaked. Sixty nine. So, what year was what year was your first piece in? What was your first piece published? Anyway was been the enemy. No I was working for is writing a law you know as a kid and I been focusing plumbing and rocket traces them so they their paper I have my own fanzine and I was writing for temporary hoarding so writing off lot stuff usually under names like Shehzad. Would you put I to Kuni shows us. At the? Same a spencer. Coach. Enemy and Egypt to me when no you. Really, grateful for that. So, so you you. I worked for the enemy in. GUESSING AT&T one. We'll do so this. The relied review of the be, and there's this lovely piece about musical use. I think before they were even cooled musical use yet. They got signed because of that pace. They were kind of my uncle. Tony sort of put musical us together. He was one of the big reggae urging in. Birmingham and he was amazing to me like he introduced me to people like earning spare my first question to bunning Spa sexist why the women in reggae! Your? Question and he just thought China when they will take some time and. He just sat me to use me to the I threes DD MA. wrote me a great big listening list. He didn't go way logo. You don't know what you're talking about. He sat down very patiently and gave me a whole list music with great again, so grateful menu moved up to London in. It. Blah. Came up to London to come to university. So I think seventy, nine hundred eighty can't remember okay, okay and. I remember you because when I first started writing in front of me, so remember your byline that don't you think I met you in in that period, and you would have written for an emmy folk. What six three years before going to Sec-? Limit something. That's right I. write enemy throughout doing an English degree basically and he paid my way. You know I couldn't have managed in London without that really and I used to. Just the reason you never met me is I was so chronically shy. We'd only coming in the very early in the morning or very light and grand lot with wait for me to give me my album of the of the wake to review and the nuts slip back out again and I was terrified if you will. Go in and pull Morley with just turn round points of anger. She doesn't know what she's doing. You know and I will be found as a fraud and exposed by impediment easing words that belong enough slow. Everyone was terrified, but no one was honest bouncer. Thing you realise in retrospect and I was very lucky that Julie. Burchill took me under a wing very early on and gave me a lot of support and just kept going. Let becky you know s for some more, and she was just so great. Oh, that's really good to does fantastic, so you went to city limits, and then we'll fast forward a little bit I. Mean I'm sure Stacy limits was. I mean you all. Famous for war having been? Miss many things, but you were the editor of the face. For six years yet six seven years, yeah, and I was there a couple of years before that doing music clubs and production so? Quietly long while on a do you want? City limits was the best training ground cut during the music and club, and it was before word processes so tight that stuff off every single week, so I knew where every night club in London was because I tightened week in week out and I could walk into any venue in. London and I think that was really important, but I took the face which uses encyclopedia acknowledges what was going on in London plus knowing what was going on in Birmingham Manchester because I went home. A law and I got friends in Manchester. I think that's what was what I pull there. Really. The wasn't much I didn't know about what was going on in music clubs in London. AMAC's very clear from adventures in Wonderland, which which you've revised a thanks updates to some extent. It's coming out this very week. To. On the cost just before we all got together now just reached the paragraph lead Tony. Wilson's voluntarily closed ender so basically I got some what three days ago and I've got that far into the book. It's fantastic I'm so enjoying. It is so great. It's great I'm. Really enjoying it and you, it's now got a different subtitle from when you first publish it, which was nine, thousand, nine, hundred nine, when it was a decade of club coach now some type of acid house, right and the K. Club explosion and I mean it's I don't whether the definitive is appropriate. What's so great about it is? It's written by someone who is right on the inside of many of these things I. Mean You really really experienced? Stay wasn't it's not being written historically one removes. You were a participant now again. You know I'd like to say it was kind of calculated. It was total luck that I happened to be the person the face to do the first Chicago. How Story! On total lock the Frankie knuckles is one of the interviews. We really go on, so he said you, WanNa go out and took me out to all the clubs that nobody else also being to. The close down in the year after that Ron Hardy I think who was one of the great cavs stage I studied to stage. AP's with Frankie was daddy later, so it was a real experience, and also being I liked baby, you know the nine thousand nine flights to New York or available when when I was in my early twenties, so Manhattan clubs were a playground. It was possible to go for a weekend. That was that was my review money from enemy? Pursuit of two months with by me can clubbing in new. York. Being to all of those clips, being to the Paradise Garage at being two of the Alley Chicago Clubs, and I knew that able, but by Shit. Chance. I really envy you go. Part, girl or I mean. You know in retrospect song love to them. Van Fantastic Dj. Yeah, it was like watching the conductor. Conduct the orchestra. He could literally put some on and get one side of the rim, dancing, and the other side just so to sneering. Soit it switched I if I he knew exactly everyone was in the room and what they wanted. It's extraordinary things to behold. The. First piece that we're going to feature is is in. Doubt pays from the face. September, Eighty six, before you were the editor called sampling, hold the house. Sound is Chicago and it really is so wonderfully like fly on the wall and the fact that Ron Hardy. POPs up in the PC's actually there. It's such an important piece because it played its part in. Ceding really the Cobb culture that we all now. I mean so so from that to sort of the soup star deejays of the nineties there is there is a real threat that will continue, and you'll look essentially. It goes all over the place which I really like so the different shops, his covered different scenes, different people on styles of music, but essentially it is about the phenomenon of the day Jay and clubs, the extraordinary saints Turkish Snow Perry and Wonderful Liberation of Oh i. mean looking back I mean when you went Chicago that some. Could you full sane? Where will this was ultimately going to go? You know I'd love to say yes, but. I mean the pay such should records. They didn't know they were completely blocking it. They were signing anything that moved in Chicago the time. They knew that something, but they have no idea what he will and people with enough. They'd signed their lawyer to make a record and he was rapping. Oldies Chirac hose, trying to make up a new type of cooling roping and. I won't put the PR. Just when we side all these people I don't know their names. Here's some photos of them. You know they had no idea. It was just blundering. Bow and I think that's what I'm saying. The element of luck that I kind of locked into connecting with Frankie, and he was like I'll show you. What's really going on? And they took me into the Studio Moss. Jefferson with recording and took me to the clubs where the housing was really going on and I. think that was just sheer lock to kind of just connected with him at the right time. Absolutely all from Sun, widows could've out there very much from the same time. Use Their July six and he was screwed by the enemy. They wouldn't listen cover it. He did manage to sell a piece to idea. Can always. Yeah Yeah and I. Think we will region stop thinking. What are they talking? Because I said management with Mike Pickering, and in the corner of the office, smoking joints and raving about stuff and then. He released Krino T. Koi came out on deconstruction. I didn't get it. I'm ashamed sale I just didn't I didn't guess it didn't get house music. I have right under my nose, and I miss even take when it first came out. We call it like I can't remember now. It's more of a jazz rock. Than a house record, and it took a while to tight routine. Specially in London in London Manchester took root really quickly because he have the same rhythm is northern soul. I think absolutely in London. It was just another music in the make so. On. June you're going to be talking about a minute. Terrified is very funny about precisely that, but how London didn't guess it. took a surprising amount of time. He says it's partly because the established Sima so strong London. spout rare groove primarily point exactly that unexpected resistance is really strong. HOW INTERESTING! Bush the kind of VIP drug that. It's like it. It took Awad Catchall as a club drug I'd seen it as a drug that people took him back rains and stroke to each other in the cushions and it was. Not For me, I'm going back to nights. I didn't I didn't think it was an attractive thing to try told, and I think that was the key thing. When MD may came into the mix. Suddenly, we all go there. Cheryl talk briefly. If you would about just the faces row in covering Oli Saints, I mean the second piece for example is is not about how this account of going to the Third Blackpool. Soul, funk and jazz weekend. In April nineteen, ninety nine. You're writing about the things that the obviously grew out of the whole move and soul, saying so I mean the face was was very attentive to list stuff, wasn't it? Well I would say. The Opposite! This was my life and occasionally I was allowed to put it into the magazine. I went out six nights a week every week. I'd go into the habit from city limits, and that's what I did and we traveled all around the country to go two days. As and too so we can doesn't stop and occasionally I'll walk into. The face should really cover this sniff? KRIEF thing was one point Nick Logan, said he was considering closing the face at the end of the it's he. You know it would be a fantastic statement to just finish the micro seen Adrian it's hundred issue or at the end of the ages and I really strongly felt there was this big new youth culture coming through, and we should be covering it on one day. We had this chat and we're having designed discussion. We had about this and he just will have all these people, and I said well. You know the twenty thousand them dancing in a field I went to last night, and he went fine doing magazine for them. Then let's let's see how that works and Cussler Circulation the magazine Shaw And after that I, felt we permission, and by then a lot. The design team younger pat was from Manchester already bringing things like happy Mondays in the face, and saying we should be covering this and it felt like we finally covering what we were doing. Instead of trying hard to cook kids a new writing the book about the phenomenon of what we could call the indy. Don't cross. I'll go in. Don't starts to kind of. Infiltrate Indie, northern indie music can and the whole magister phenomenon unfolds from man I mean. That is an extraordinary moment, isn't it and it really made me think about how the Mondays in the roses was sort of to something in opposition to. The whole Morrissey, whole horrible. Hang the DJ exactly. So is fascinating. Reading about about that air. The third piece is looking back it the second summer of love, full the face, but in nineteen ninety-seven seven, so it's almost a decade later, and that's an interesting piece. You use such Yawkey. Mentioned the eighth or anything like that, but you argue that it wasn't as revolutionary as some claim, and you'll book in a sense is about the bigger picture of the fomin copying itself. Isn't it what what prompted the in? When did you first start thinking about writing the book? I think when I stopped going clubbing. After my son was born I had the delusion that most people have when they have their first child, but you know three months after he was born at somehow party cupboard and get back to normal life. Yeah. Yeah, you know so. I very clearly remember the first time we did go to. A club is a tough tough party. My friends in Birmingham on we left our son waste with my mom and dad dude, and we went to this all nighter by eleven o'clock me and my husband will looking at each other and going. Home. Actually we weren't gonNA. Be Dancing on anymore. The allies to change the you know also. It's about time we let. Some young people have a space on the dance floor. We had hoped district like a long time. Yes I think it was closure for me. It was like if I'm not efficient. I do five six nights a week anymore. I don't like to write about what it was like. And also knowing that I've been in the middle of the I. Think was paid tongue I said. Why haven't you written a book about this? WAS A. So totally as Terry follicles told me that we have to thank really for adventurous. His patients for the number of times. We rang at home at four in the morning. Telling Me Dole. Bumpy Lane funny, the first three times that we did it rather more than. I'm curious. Did this structure of the book kind of come naturally, or was it something that you have to kind of? Fit Together. Because Club. Coach isn't linear. and. People will say I invented this and someone else say. I invented this and they both right. Because things developing so interweaving. Music that started in Chicago. Detroit New York and until I started writing. I had no idea that Larry Levana Frankie knuckles have been childhood friends or the all the boys. With going to the clubs in Chicago and New York I didn't know how interlinked were and then you're trying to weave in the influence that big the hat on that Ananth, the whole richest history that started in across with all night as in the northern soul scene, so you interweaving all these different strands, the right guy in Seoul sound systems in London were really important warehouse parties. On all these disparate strands, and it was actually it was much easier from eighty eight to ninety, because he became a much more linear stories, Yup. But even then you things like the Blackburn Race Which? Took completely independent of the stuff. Right using so it was hard, and I still think you read it, and it's like it's packed full of names and facts, and I hope five interweave working the story I found it very remarkably straightforward. Read given the fact that is exactly what you've just described I really liked the way you first of all sort of like trace some the theory roots van, but also Dave Kussin partisan songs thankful. Establishes, sort of either disco and those. Routes but then it. It is very clear I love the way it subsides beathard how? These English kids escaping from Thatcher's Britain living on next to nothing. What shopping a beef! And discover this entirely different way of doing things and and the drug which went with it, and that's what's happened. They come back to England. What November. Eighty seven and shoe opens just. A couple of months later a month later and the whole thing so exposed. An No I think you've you've really handled a tricky material really well and it certainly from my point if you could some of people in my friends. Come, back can go. What on Earth does happen to? You know these new left with quite nice haircut. Submit Tony Tiles. Right buckle tie dye tee shots and. I, we would just aghast. The hell is happening here and then I went to. A couple of par is up and it was like. No, I mean I'm definitely. Off! Shock the kind of criminal elements that infiltrate these things on the damage that was done. It? Did ton pretty dogs not least around the house. The end might go i. mean it's really sobering literally to to sort of revisit some of the stuff that happened at that time show one of the important things to say about the Hacienda because it's closed and they've got nothing to lose. They will be brutally honest. There was lots of other going on where promoters asked me to take things out of the book because it goes real problems so the one by to say to me when I sang. Tim some stuff to read, it was like yet. You've been really clever here, but we'll get one of US killed so all you know. With the Hacienda close close for good, you could tell that story and the people inside were willing to tell that story, but you know it happened to an awful lot of other promoters. Manchester thing many just hat cruise when reading about kids, who innocently selling a to the Powell's ending up in the alleyway behind with guns in their mouths i. mean it's it's. It's pretty shocking exactly that but I mean it's also very timely publication of the book right now. Sheryl given everything we've read in the last couple of weeks about illegal raves Corentin race. You wrote a piece for the Guardian loss Saturday, and then following not three or four days later. Later? It was this pace via Kyle, if I'm pronouncing the name right, which is disturbing. So what is your take on the summa? That's coming I. Mean You. Are you concerned? You'll paces obviously sympathetic. You understand that young people are concerned cabin fever crazy, so how how you looking at it right now? I think this has been building a couple of years. I've been hearing about on for a couple of years on. You know there's been an unprecedented at. Twenty percents of our nightclubs closed in two thousand eighteen for some. They carried on closing the so few places for people to play now for people to gather and play you know I. Sixty Centers of just become luxury flats. Religious fell to them, you know. This. And People need to be able to gather on. They need faces together because they've been out, you know these parties have been happening in woodlands and fields, and there's no even abandoned warehouses like we had because I now luxury apartment, so I have huge sympathy for it, and of course huge FIA as well because the virus hasn't gone away, but I can totally totally see why people want gathering dance. You know it's. It's part of human nature. It's tribal thing because by the earliest cave paintings show pictures of people dancing and some of them forty thousand years old. So I will not going to kind of get out of young people now, and after this period of isolation, you know I met some friends on the beach a couple of weeks ago for the first time, and we only cried news eight of Tunisia's apart and we've been talking. Throughout but it people need people. She said San Antonio what Song? And I do think they have this thing in this country. Where was really suspicious of people enjoying themselves? We always think slightly suspect to needs to be sat on. Changing. And we changed It doesn't walk. Can eventually we find a way of accommodating it and he would be so much better if we were sitting down now and think he will. This is obviously going to happen. How can we accommodated? Make it safe as possible. Instead of guiding light, we will take the full force of the lower onto these kids. It's like when you got whatsapp to spread to arrive. Is How on earth you gonNA stop. I, mean they couldn't stop swoon. Those mobile phones on phone banks. In. To Stop it now this close social networks, one of the carts remark synthetic. You talked him coextensive studies senior policeman in the south of England named by. Then yeah, that's right. I ended up really liking it when he was talking about. The edge of this party and he'd find himself nodding heads the GROOVE. Which? Is Funny. Shop, the place about the eighty-nine writes this you know. They went in expecting to find this kind of unruly mob, and what they found whether own kids with big smiles on their faces dancing in. And it was difficult to so to demonize them when she met them there early tabloid headlines about biting the heads of pigeons and they should. and. Then he went limit. It was a light load. Kids with their own ride each other smiling. Yeah, yeah, I remember that from the police she rushed towards them to try and get into the party, and you big grins on their faces, and they'd be standing there, and then they couldn't help themselves. Start Smiling Pissy was funding. Yeah actually rights and know that it's not the raves happening now during the lockdown then not random in the sense that it's been an ongoing thing over the last few years, whereas all the clubs have been shut down. By One and the licensing laws of changed to make an increasing impossible to open anything past eleven o'clock when the good people want to go to sleep or something, it does make it extremely difficult to as you say got enjoy yourself, and it's not just. Oh, now we're locked up. We're going to do these things it's well. We're doing these things before, and now that's literally the only outlet. The people have absolutely. Go out and so I think it's not surprising really. We need to be finding spaces where people can play in the middle of our city centers and we need to make that a priority. We can't turn everything into luxury apartments. Late developing Raver I spent quite a few years going to a lot of very sort of underground, partisan, curious of warehouse space, and so forth run hackney an they'll closed one by one mostly because a block of fats gone up next to people living in the PUCK and fats. Up Yet. The people were buying this flats to be in that post town bugs. In the first place, this is the paradox. The very physically happens. Is the area that you spent a million pounds to buy their penthouse. Yes, absolutely. The Wall. With. Probably a good moment to head the first of. Terry Fawley. Let me just briefly introduce the interviews bill brewster in front. In Student Terry Two thousand five, I'm terrified. US pretty interesting because he he's A. He's a classic sort of old fashioned soul. Boy is a couple of years younger than me. He was born into. What's nothing Dale? So that ended nothing hill? Re Housed Slough. He goes right back to his youth. When you still in listening Dale, they could hear Blues Parties Reggae. Blues Parties Down The road from where they lived so on so forth he grew up. That's coach around. Then the classic figure of people moved place like Slough. Looking for a scene looking for something. As teenagers they can get into and desperately wanting to be back in London, desperate won't be back and undertake. Club crackers which. You know very well Cheryl. Yeah, which was a rare thing for? Club is predominantly black club with a significant gasps. Who says well, so? Let's let's Simpson talking about practice. Case was that. The main of Our. It's like wow, these issues is just. And true on people nowadays united feel. Comfortable Jarring. Lines of the united allows people that ruins. Sayings of and it was not. It was a failing forward in there certainly was by. On galavision. Clubs but. That I. For that generation people. Before it was round of a big role. Young kids. I mean he's backtracking. The good dances of the black kids. There's a white kid you'd stand to one side. You Stand Round Wolves Room, nodding your head dancing modesty that you didn't tag onto the middle of the slow, because hide combative, really really interesting from a toy. He talks about them coming out of that the soul dares and weekenders Cheryl you just talk about in fact, your lives must be quite paralleled some extent east for much talking about some the late seventies early eighties Brad groove. And then I hearing house, and being sort of you know fairly baffled under. The next bond straight away. Just what we're talking about earlier was about how house didn't really fit him in in London the under Stuff. Laura. Have as like why. Now by that was. When. The songs pigs only. Minorities. And I think he's just. Songs trying to get a home. With none. And he replied Hoffner Avenue. Wasn't on Ebay. She saw. We had. Portrayed. SOUTHERN DOT com around and. And people just. Don To demonstrate. Didn't go with happy with. Chancellor maximum of it. Seventies. Seventies Moose and John Record next. And you can find myself, and you can fly the fact, and then you can play some new record that was. Coming out with America's funny but. A house of niche invite. This didn't. Think Kale's. Words. On Sunday. That's interesting. Because Cheryl USOV say different different. Clean your. Early Days that you felt that people could playhouse amongst sort of other funky stuff I think remember the club, Siva. Going to work with meets gay clubs, so places like asylum and pyramid people like Martin more and pulling faith I would definitely put in house into the mix and I think because sort of felt like a more grownup cousins high-energy, a gay crowd did now have to dance to it, so know on the floor, heaven or at at the jungle. BUSBY's definitely houses in the makes an people knew how to dance to it. Really flown of many strands mixed up with all the all the music Terry's talking about their show, while his experience was like more being room for the people used to row grooving under house team going into. All weekend there was real hostility, India definitely. anti-smoking about yet anyway, so he talks about I taking his I e discovering showroom. He says he went down. Probably likes to the third or fourth promotion of. Being Absent rivers by shaking, these guys coming back from Visa Danny, rampling in particular, and we will play it again to the podcast, which is so funny, married talks about. Ramblings acid house dogs, which was like is on the scene before he talks about him and starting boyzone I'd also how creaky this scene could be, and then he goes on through the the end of it so long interview over two hours long talks. He and bill in front discussed the emerging superstar deejay, but also houses longevity house music survived far longer than. Anyone expected still still around today you know. I loved it I really enjoyed the since. He's talking to billy. Wright can build them frank. Don't you don't Cheryl? They know their stuff when it comes to the questions are good and I, it's great stuff. It's very rare. But what I love is I said stop. It's like his journey from being a classic soul boy being house. HEDDON DJ and that that's fifteen year journey. It's really interesting, and you could almost do book. People's conversion experiences because the. Road to Damascus the. To buy that Terry talks about it. And I found that every interview I did for the Book I. Say so. What was your first time and everyone could describe exactly what are wearing when they. And what they are wearing when they left, which was very ran in the same thing you know. A friend of mine was a buyer of Brown's very fashion. Her first time show she went I. think Initial Pogo J. Suit. Reference books are short and. Nervousness, but people take undressing you in the club. I didn't understand it. You know the I have never. Everybody each take Jackie off. Weeks later there was. In the crowd peeling someone else's yeah. It's fantastic. It's. It's great that we. Talk about and also you talk to you because the whole thing's much ties brilliantly together since. Through. To really like aspect of the audience. Review that what you're saying that it is his kind of journey talks about growing up and then getting into of. I think it's really interesting that it was very much, not that everyone had the same journey, but the everyone has a kind of as you're saying sort of. Metamorphosis from one from one. To another, I, it does really bring the whole story to life as a not just a historical thing, but movement and among. Sorry sort of Carol after. Not. Houses? So that's why it's lasted so long I think because everyone slows conversion experiences. Later the than us but I don't. Really Watch your tiny still brilliant and once again and you know that's something I remember Pete. Tone sight to the you know every year I'm a year older, but the audience is exactly the same age because there's always new people. This is exciting a new. The pleasure I'd got going to billin francs. Lowlife, parties, which were kind of like old fashioned on the ground parties age ranges from white. Seventeen to sixty five story got all these generations of people who different times life discovered dance, music, and one room to be playing. The can bring disgrace on the other room would be placed proper hardcore house music, and you could fit from one to the other and. Unjust the. Experience I'm really glad I got at late better. Late than never in a? Number. experienced. Ice Nephews to dance because I think I got I danced really badly one night as Slipped around singular slow. No one doubts is very well. No, it doesn't matter. It doesn't matter. It's the act the act of being in that room in that community. That really is a comedian. You know. I'm hearing a very very good Dj. Just take you higher and higher and higher and higher. Yeah well, I'm a total introvert, and I think that's why I've always been comfortable in clubs because she just go into the crowd and disappear. It's not about you. It's about being part of something bigger than you and I've talked about clubs. Is the point. Isn't it really I? Mean it's it's whereas culture so predicated on the staring up these gold silver stage. This is the complete inversion of thought and the freedom of thought on the on the sort of Democrats that joy of it really. STARTED TO SHIFT May, I remember ninety seven going up to gate crush with judge stools on coming out. Same Star is set, and he came on, and all the lights came on, and everyone turned towards the stage. Yeah, came and I was like Oh. This isn't my Kinda club a tool. Not Not, not denigrate Enga- crusher told, but it really did for like you were going to watch an act not to be and. In clubs choose to you are they are the audience where the stars not the DJ I'm. That's reached its peak in America with the Holy, movement the ultra superstar deejay where they're based like stadium rocker the. Dance Music, which is just depressing I. Mean You know I love it when I love seeing? I mean one of my favorite deejays. DJ, COSMO colleen, Murphy. WHO's they've Mancuso's representative on earth. WHO's of about guests on the PODCAST few months? and. She's just sensational. Watching her you dont fabulous teams is playing. But. Yes, you can. You can appreciate the quality of a good, DJ. What's interesting about your book and that she didn't tell Terry. Fox in the interview is how late people started mixing records in this country the idea of Creating. A seamless mix was a recent late eighties. Phenomenon wasn't people simply didn't do that before play pulled. That was fascinating. No idea so the seemed that have been going on all the time but not. So scratchy signs of needles being taken out. In the soul weekenders. The teachers would get on the mic between. You know we'd have to listen to them. Talk before we could. Fall is very funny about Georgia power the. Crackers. and. He was a real on the MIC man. It's. Three. And? He scathing about his dress. Sense as well as. One of these are funds foster. Listening to the fall owned reading. Your book is just the wonderful kind of salt, real snow, bringing this of the codes that you I mean I think always found it very intimidating when I was in my twenties I wasn't not club because I was just forty self-conscious and always felt like I'm getting wrong I'm getting something wrong. Looking at me and saying this. Never stopped, but I always felt I in clubs because I didn't feel I belong anywhere else. Really you know it's like I'm never been stylish, but I found the boyzone really intimidating until I got to know them. They would go. You've got the wrong shoes on. You can't come in surfing. Folly is actually very fussy about, and he talks about his own snobbery about way on. People addressed themselves. But in a way, that's a classing, but I mean twenty one reasons I didn't get coming back in the day is that? Is a substantially working class thing which comes out of the roots and things like Maude. All those sorts of things where the notion of how you dress was important in in a way that it wasn't that saved. Let's say Bonnie capsized sources like and the hippie periods of people where A. I remember what I was at school. The skinheads were just evolving after the multiple nights sixty, eight, sixty nine. And very particular they had to wear this jacket. These shoes this sort of stuff and that mud culture extended right through. DANZ culture. I think particular. Sort of working class thing about appearance's about scenes, sewn samples, and especially if you'll come someone like slough where you got from nothing else to do, I think it's. Important that. I was so stop taking drugs, and when I was twenty four years old so when I'd go to clubs in the mid eighties, I felt so of crippled by self consciousness in a way that maybe I wouldn't now, maybe he's to. Found it unbearable. Are could not so Lewis. self-consciousness you know, maybe we don't go out and you should. Go to. Raise. Them one together now. Thank. Thank you so much for joining us to talk about this. Sub and anyone who's listening, go out and buy Charles Fabulous Book Adventures in Wonderland to show. We do love a segue on the Rockstar. Pages podcast so the best that we can do this week and moving into a brief discussion of Mr Mike Skinner. To note that his track weak become heroes, own original material is I think one of the most useful so allergies full derive Air I. Don't know if you know that track Charlotte. Do you do I mean? It's interesting Mike's becoming? With clients because I not coach creates more more, you know. He's named coming up again as an influence and I'm so glad that people are starting to knowledge his par in things. Yes other body when we were first starting rocks pages, and we'd been lent of today's Steve. Crap Shannon and that I'll just come out and we listen to a lot and. It shouldn't have been something out of love and I actually adore that. How because it spoke for London? I recognize it spoke of the sort of people were around where I was and the summit to life without him. I think he's just such an interesting guide. His attendance is weird, talked about music. Just sorta like sort of grind. WILL PRO grow? And yet there's a real tennis took to him and he did really. I totally agree with you, yeah! You're you're? Are you Cheryl. Yeah. Original apartment would say it's one of my favorite records. Know my favorite homes just period. I think it's extraordinary and you know he's done lots of good things since then was allow computer blues was pretty good. Those new like mix tape album coming out this week. Hence we're talking about. I'm we've got three? We've got a clip of the Audio interview with Mike Skinner from twenty to the original part materials just come out and govern. Maltin is talking to him somewhat. Let's just hair, not little clip. Just let. The real. Area, has he? got. Is Just just glamorize? Might exciting. What your life! Just as good as. Any Just as exciting. Anyway grail. We got these. Homegrown In. Videos televisions sixty. Yes, so we have that interview featured for free on the homepage. This way can. It's just. It's love listening to him. Manhasset hasn't come to this his I. think being a hit at this point and he just. He talks to to to govern about Oh. Just all kinds of interesting things, and we've also got a pace by tug manning from jokey slot, also at that time, March, twenty two, and then jumping forward to the second album ground, come for free April, twenty four spend Thompson, talking to Mike Skinner for the Observer. He's just. He's just really really interesting. Also because he wasn't born in Birmingham, but but he grew up in Birmingham. You can still hear. From a Twang in. there. I mean, do you? Do you feel any like kinship? Just with him? For that reason? Yeah, I mean I I think one of the things about my home cities. We really good at mixing stuff up. It feels quite natural to us and I think he was another. Example of that is someone who was quite happy to mush on rose on, and also a bit more vulnerable as you say didn't feel the hat to so of any light, the kind of my own that was on offer from American rappers and I think again in Birmingham of space to experiment. I think that you don't necessarily get in London. Yeah I mean because there's not I dial boom. This does that song. It's too late which is. Really is a young man willing to be a emotionally vulnerable and then dry. Your eyes on a thinks on the second album you know I mean these are pretty soppy sophie so. You know. What does he call rap project? I think he's his name for the streets you know He. He Kuma attention while later. When did this conversation with the philosopher? John Gray, which is still. While you know from original part material to conversation with with. Bookstore dogs. It's just a really intellectually curious going. I did think competes blues was was really good I think a good things on the other albums, but he's still he still interesting. He mentioned Tang in that. Interview with Gavin. Just wanted to. Own Pass on the I watched the way tying documentary on sky documentaries I. Don't know if you've seen Cheryl you saying it. It's really good, actually annecy They were an influence to some degree on him, but I really recommend it. I think it debuted on American TV. SHOWTIME HBO Lost Give It's finally come here. It's in two parts, so it's two hours. If you've got a chance to see it, it's. Down I. Mean What what Fascinating Group of characters. And some of them have really charming. Just, not rebel. Our encounter with him in San Francisco. Do, I will never forget. Searches through this is the first time mark I ever went to America. On pages business and we were the San Francisco unless something he remembered I was aware that the Rizza was was sitting across from the white thing lounge, and then I realized that there will. I think he struck up a conversation with you gold we'll. He claimed to have met me. No you. Thinks Oh. Like. I know, you know. It was very funny anyway. That was a tangent tangent. He's called of Mikes and men. The thing I like about the streets and Mike Skinner. He lose to talks about in that interview. Clip is about how realness isn't real mess. It's just being genuine and an and it varies from context to context, and I think a lot of people don't get by when you know British rockers who here American rap. Rap while I've got to do the English version of that. That's not that's not the case. Is that go to do the thing that's relevant to your own context? And then then it'll make sense. It'll be authentic other than like it cannot be and I think that's one of the things that always shine through with with his stuff is that it is just just what he thinks and it's genuine. I comrades with interesting people this at least one track on this new mix tape album. He's done with time. Paula who we've talked a bit about on the podcast, not so where the dust penalties falsifying statistics weeks, but they the album, which has a long nine. Goal remember now is out this week, so that's that's the streets. Let's get to the Negro. Shooting reminds me and my thirsty plot unique. Dana Feeling Tony points to the sky. Feel free. Polo Lico. For behind me, swimming the tape say Coalfield Suelas. Smiles all easy. Lay from Sean Story. This is when we talk about new new pieces in the library. We say Cheryl please just stick around and jump in the mood takes, you feel you wanna say something about any of the mall and Jasper GonNa, Mention just just pitch in. We'll first pieces Hugh Nolan disc, music teco twenty fourth June nine, hundred, sixty, seven and. And he goes down to you. Folks ufo The hippest Hippie Club in London's especially a brief pulse, and he says what other clubs give constant light shows far out movies ragent from avant-garde American to vintage Lugosi horror I've got jazz groups, the latest sounds and pop straight six, freaking out having their addresses cutoff and the author of the original suzy cream cheese as Your presentation. Of? Take your jacket off. It's fantastic because Mitt firemen. The late McFarland is one of our Isis, the dolman that you back then moving fourteen, hundred sixty nine. Times George Harrison's by Ritchie Yorke. Says it's pretty interesting. Firstly he he's asked about why the Beatles of stopped playing live, and says you know we formed the whole time, probably in my opinion, anyway we've reached our peak in Hamburg, so he reckons the best is the life ban when they were playing in Hamburg before they were making records, and he says when we came back to England last time per gig. We regarded as a new thing, but already were was the past brought back. It's funny when you think about it. And then he says just bring up. The current is in a way. Revolution number nine was alright if it wasn't particular. Beatles source of thing. Can sometimes I feel like a spy? Just beetle? When there's a much greater jobs done in the world, it's it's a very. Short, Harrison is. Articulate and quite interesting man. My favorite Basil I was. Always, been my favorite. Cheryl favorite people. My cousins made me choose between the Beatles and the stones very early on I was about six. To be recognized FELICIA. To fight with. The, it was like I, had to choose, and I chose the stones actually. Yeah me, too. I think mark and I will say this. I chose the Beatles until. February may nine hundred sixty. Eight of the stones came on top of the POPs Promo video with face paint on doing jumping Jack Flash then I just moved the other side that that single things. I choose the Beatles. Sorry chaps all right. Of Yoko Ono and she does this thing when you go into a house where she leaves you in the room with the white piano, and she came back, and I was in the hall, looking at her paintings, and she was like, but the piano and I was like. I really have come to interview you and she was just so. What meaning? You know she couldn't believe I wasn't really sure to to look at the piano. Touch of the places where. Argo be far more interested in her work than his actually, yes. Along that generation where the Beatles really didn't mean that much t rex was my first great love music after device it rollers course. Have you on another talented. Okay nine hundred seventy three. This is Lillian. Russell The New York Sunday News into getting on the phone. All Green and Green Kentucky seducer on the phone. Just falls in love with him and he he's he's great. Dahlan, there are no tricks to life special formula. I'm not something you pick up and wine tight. On WHO TOMLIN PAYMENT! I, look in the mirror as I talked to you and I. See the face of a command some really good. Just got the lately Robson on board. Thanks to her niece. I'm finding her writing revelation. She's such a good writer. Talk. Bill! Into these buck owens the times and eighty nine. He's talking about how much he hated. Way Country Music. So sick of what music turned into I, tried to compromise to be quite blunt. It made me gag. Of course was was you would have known imagine through the face Cheryl but Before Michael Slow Very. It was my flatmate so over. At University. I lifted a flat with steep, saying Oh why David. Nineteen when of course you did did the Seinfield delivered with with sue steelers. The whole collusion gang, did you did you wrote for collusion? That's right. That's right. Olis' pieces. was visited collusion. We David guest on the podcast and he was just fabulous guest. I've met him a couple of times. Because unpolished southeast, London improvised music scene in bumps, and he's such a. he's such a good manner. You know we're we're. We're Real Fan David. He introduced me to so much music I bet well the thing is, he's so broad, minded you, we. We asked him what you'd listen. He's all is listening to seventy soul. Next piece. It's actually a reader's letter. The reader consulting be Neil kulkarni under a pseudonym to berate me. Make and this got him his GIG rising for me. Less, it was so good that. They, said we've got to hide his my. Gripe. Neal's talking about how they treat black knees really poorly in analysis maker in in the early nineties, he says on the one hand Weizer allowed any a positive language, the beach of words themselves blasts communities words in a way that renders them transparent to that simple polemical meaning. Since great pop poets are Buckley Passes Drake. Chilton, not green haze may feel Robinson. Whitfield can talk about the poetry of your markers. Alexa Kristin Hushes, but not your eyes tease all. Blacks aren't allowed to have the same hangups, the same depth value, nation, loneliness and feelings white. It's fantastic lesser basically. Neil got going down. The Jamaican consequence laws pieces on getting another recent addition to our writing team Chris Great. crissy's did a huge piece on the Spice Girl to rolling stone in ninety seven other. Great I love Chris Rising. He's very funny, can write his big reports. Let me see Jerry says I. Think Anybody who has a negative or positive view Nas. That's fine. That's freedom of speech. What creates democracy and Victoria? Conversely Poss- spices. My mom always said to me when you're older member taking thongs today and they just don't. Anyway. It's really great speaks for eight thousand workers really worth reading. That's mile up Jasper. I'll just mention a couple of things. It's running out of time I in which mostly because it's very funny. The aforementioned Ian Penman. Absolutely tearing to shreds a couple of tribute albums released in two thousand. He was asked review for the wire. BE ALBUM TO TIM. Buckley and tribute to the songs of Brian, Wilson, and the Beach Boys Brian Because Barklay just got a nine checking in that call coney latter, didn't they? Yeah, great segue. We have a good segue on the. PODCAST, but it's just a very funny piece because. Is there any point in anyone trying to recast the less space sale of Tim Buckley as singer Buckley belongs to the tunnel, so aren't these little individual setting both themselves and us. Not doing buys these to things up for inevitable disappointment. A couple of these are all right. The rest is utterly negligible. A hint of on mysterious Museau in the Phantom. The compilation shows only how musically well read and poetically blue vamp Buckley was and how rational empty most today's comparable musicians are that tunings line reading productions here. All flattened flavourless as the cheap beer. They likely exist on. POINTING OUT! We are also posting this week and Live Review Tim Buckley in San Francisco Sixty eight by Philip. elwood's The San Francisco Examiner, so you've got at either and. I suspect I have a feeling that that boxy trivia arm was essentially the brainchild of a hub. Cohen Tim's notorious manager or consultant. Tom White, so they basically because they on the publishing and. Three songs they they got all these artists to cover and hope just to make some quick money out of out of boxing fans, and yeah, this is pretty self idea. Well, if the Buckley tribute at least has a long AP's worth of semi, divine music, the Brian. Wilson is totally bereft of point over. The next up I. Just wanted to mention for you mark. Fun Interview with James Blood Ulmer thousand and three John Swinton talks to him for offbeat magazine. Jones asked him if he's still in touch with ornette Coleman whether. Following what what is doing. Goes, you mean the music. He's playing homologue six. That's what he's doing. But every show is different, says says Johnston. No. Every show is homoerotic Ornette Coleman. Shows is homilies. Don't play no different. Coleman Plays Coleman. He's like Miles Davis Miles. Davis don't care who the fuck paid them. He Played Miles Davis. I'm the same way I. Don't give a shit. The last thing automation is an interview with Public Service. Broadcasting sort of soundscape. Group recent is funny J. Will Goose Esquire, which is obviously a pseudonym and founding member of of public service. Broadcasting says I thought it was one of the worst. Most pretentious ideas ever had which he must have had a lot of giving equal themselves, Jay, goose esquire, but actually rather like public service broadcasting. I saw the problem that they did last year, and it was great. They had a of replica sputnik spacecraft that came up on stage because they were doing that that race for space album, and it was a really fabulous show so I think I'll leave it there because we are out of time. Can I just squeeze in? The end here, a funny live review Bernie space playing. During the Pride Festival in Brighton two years ago and Stephen. Dalton is unconvinced by her. By Hustle, X. Rated Act. He says off the pole dancing through I'm a slave. Four year spins pull the beaming mile reveller from the crowd for some light. Be Dsm coast during freak. Show the world's least convincing dominatrix. She's more. She's more ammon. Ask Them. That's good. So I think that brings us to the end of the podcast. It's been such a trait. Speaking with you show. Thank you so much joining. It's been pretty plug for adventure in Wonderland. She's out this week as an a book, book and print and print. Your kindle you can buy has fantastic. You cover which you just sent through yesterday. Cheryl please please go and buy that and Cheryl. Mojave called the basis. Caroline Sullivan and The coast of Tom Payson. We added this. With Tom Pike not long ago. If the hood on pages Cheryl, you must. It's very bizarre isn't a? Plane Guilt thanks. Anyway, so that's US done to. We will be back in two weeks with Nov, Loyd Grossman not talk about Spaghetti sources, but his early days as A rock critic in Boston in the late sixties Boston. Joyous. Yeah there you go. 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News AF | Flamin Hot Cheetos are News AF | Sept 3, 2019

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True cash offer is not available in all areas. Everybody what's going on rob sister dino back here with you. Talk about all the week's most interesting news stories here on the first week of september twenty nineteen here on news a christopher movement whose makes it today. Is tom puss abuse of actual factual. Yes that's right right. The actual factual news is back september. It's storm area fifty one month and we're here to talk about. All the big stories stories here going on in the world of the internet news and here with me. A man who made quite the entrance at the rha royal rumble here is tyson apostol tyson how are you. I'm feeling good you know. I don't don't didn't feel like i was that limber but apparently i was was okay. I wasn't sure if you had what i was talking about. I have almost zero idea except for like yeah. What are you telling me all right. Here is a man not a dentist this danny bryson danny. How are you not a dentist. Nope not me wait. Did we think you were a dentist. Somebody else did and on a different podcast here on the arabas podcast network. There was a thirty person podcast astor royal rumble which took place over the weekend a relation and both danny bryson anti-sinn apostle appeared a in the royal rumble simulation k. good thing it was a simulation. I won't spoil it but tyson yours yours the second man in the royal rumble and you get quite the intro good like everybody else has to run into the ring whereas the first two people going in and they can really genuine put on a show cock yeah so i usually why if you don't watch the whole thing you should watch watch at least like the first five minutes the digital tyson come down and really soak in the moment who made this. This was on the the robin akiva anita podcast. It's the podcast where we spin a wheel of ideas <hes> every week and then do whatever comes up on the wheel. That's cool. I did this listener. Listener brent from canada is his name is really he was somebody that we did not know very well at all but he had to go and create everybody in this game and so definitely check check that out tyson comes in number two danny enters the ring much much later later on probably around like twentieth person the rumble truly peacock like tyson if anything tyson brilliant is spirit animal is a peacock yeah by very very very impressive work by both of you in the in the podcast or royal rumble all right tyson what's going on labor day played some pickle ball with two separate groups and then training got a little kiddy pool for our backyard for for the girls because we can put it in the shade of our home and put them out there and then we can just sit out there and chill. We don't have to drag them to the neighborhood pool. That's like a block away uh-huh yeah exactly but there's nobody i told you before. There's nobody told me filled with old people. They don't swim. They don't swim and also there's nobody here in the summer and over the weekend me and my brother-in-law signed up for our first pickle ball tournament went which is next week well. How many people are on a pickle ball team to two doubles like any way like we can chart your progress. I'm really the the pickle ball pickle ball progress charleena's start instagram storing. My pickle ball sleaze you because this is the highlight of my <hes> currently the highlight of my future. Life is watching you advance through the ranks underdog story of tyson in the pickle ball world. The goal is to be pro by january okay. That's reasonable foreheads. That's yeah that's totally reasonable it might be we have no idea there yeah i don't i don't know either. That's the thing that's gonna show up to this tournament we went to we've been playing quite a bit but my brother-in-law just barely got into it like a month ago and but he's good at ping pong. If you're good at ping pong good at tennis or if you're good at racquetball fall you'll be okay over great crossover yes so we just asked to do that was at the pickle ball court that was giving lessons instructor. We were like hey what should we send up. He's like just sign up for the beginner category so they rank it like tennis so three point though is like the beginner level three point five four point. Oh four point five and five point. Oh is the highest amateur ranking five point. Oh okay so we signed up for three point five because i was like i i feel like we're tall enough and athletic enough that bringing a smoke the three of us and so three five entering at three five because you can sell yourself rank yourself for your first tournaments until tell you actually like kind of figure out where you're at so if we go to we're gonna play the three fives and they're six teams in a double elimination in a bracket style and if we win then our plan is still in in play to become pro by january if we lose. We have to find a different sport. Probably i don't know what we're going to do but i i was like my brother-in-law's name is chad. I was like what i was like. Would you rather lose by just barely like take second place. Just just barely lose the beloved america yeah or win eleven two zero every single game we play he's like oh i'd rather win yeah <hes> and i was like but even the beginner category it's like if we go there and we just smoke show everybody and then they're just like and we've been watching like pros play on youtube doing some pro like rotational stuff that no beginners really good like know that we're they're gonna see it and be like what are you doing and then probably the organizers are going to be like that. Some pro level shit that those guys are pulling out and so the class scout and say you gotta get there yeah yeah no. I think we're going to get in trouble. I think they're going to be like really. You're envisioning a payphone spell scouts. Gotta see what's happening. Here is doing uh-huh and right now. No i'm left handed and he's right handed so you have to rotate to keep your hands in centre court so you have to four hands in the middle all the court instead of two backhands yeah <hes> that sounds like a lethal combination is yes really is tyson. G needs to be undefeated it to make it to the pro circuit. No i don't think so. I think it's so mountain biking you kind of rank yourself and you're just like i'm pro now and then breeze like and i think that this is a little bit more serious than that but i think like you can just rank yourself a five point. Oh if you wanted to just show up and play those but getting to the pro circuit. I think you have to qualify or something like that. I don't know exactly how it works. Sponsors well then i think i think the top pros probably make upwards of two four thousand dollars a year yeah yeah so you'll be in the money soon by january. At least i'm hoping <hes> okay all right well. We will follow tyson's emerging pickle ball career very closely over these next number. One says he manned poker and poker. I'm going to be the dion sanders anders bo jackson of sport pro. Yeah just don't mix the two and get caught up in like a pete rose type scandal where i'm gambling on myself to win all matches exactly and it's my only warning k thank you what poker is not sports betting poker to other things tyson is he gateway gateway all right well. Let's talk about our top stories. At this hour and danny famously a couple of years ago we podcast about the the great film the emoji movie and a lot of people most people think about is fondly some do not but now danny that there's a movie coming out. That looks like it's gonna be made for you. Flaming hot cheetos could could be in its own movie. You think it's being funded by that rapper who went to the hospital when he ate too many yes. I've been hospitalized flaming hot cheetos so so same level as that guy actually had something to say because i read the whole article and originally originally i was just like every single movie idea so dried up that they're doing the flaming hot cheetos something hot but something something spicy the movie is more of a rags to riches story about the guy who created the flaming hot cheetos yeah which makes more sense right yeah and he was he quit school at fourth grade or i don't know if he quit school fourth grade but he stopped going to school in fourth grade and then he would go home with cheetos and he was mexican man who would go home after working at the as a janitor cheetos place and mess around and with some mexican spices and some chili peppers and stuff and cheetos and then when he's perfected it he somehow got in front of the c._e._o. And dan eventually worked his way janitor he would probably like was cleaning out because like oh by the way while i was like wiping off that giant desk that people sit out <hes> like try these cheetos she does yeah which is really is an amazing story and then eventually worked as i think it is. I think it is to rob like imagine boring of no no. I'm not saying it's listen to this. I'm not saying that's movie. Material yeah listen to this rob. Would you watch this story about this upper for middle class white boy who quit college and then got on reality t._v. A bunch of times and eventually won a million dollars yes that you'd like the first like part of the movie and then then i wanna see that person go on to become a pickle ball pro. Yes that's true and that's that's why i'm my metamorphosis is so far incomplete yes so the story is i think they could package it to be a decent story dramatize dramatize but i do like this story i think and then he eventually became president of pepsico. The guy who invented flaming hot cheetos <hes> um so the flaming hot cheetos themed movie. I think would also be cool. It's like a <music> our movie where it's just chester cheeto spicy chester cheeto is the five time is fighting grouchy no but everything everything else is real and he's just the animation like the was the south or yes. I'd like a where the rabbit movie or the peak of two movie <hes> yeah yeah exactly see peter rabbit yeah yeah. It was hard pressed woman. What their cartoon i. I just roger rabbit roger rabbit. I just grab it you like her. That's all i remember is the red dress. They can't get it out of his head years young young and impressionable. If you don't know who jessica rabbit is you'll a lot of google. It is human. Please tell me at least it's humid jessica rabbit. Danny doesn't know who jessica rabbit is. All i remember is the cleavage. I'm i'm not kidding. That's all i remember. She's wife danny rabbit. I need to see in your last name. She okay well. I did want to be attracted to a large preston rabbit wife. Dan have you no decency. Let's see please tell me oh what would've happened. If she was a cartoon rabbe. She was a cartoon rabbit. I would actually start to you wonder about myself but what is attracted cartoon rabbit. I'm sorry still i am. I human danny. Thank goodness. That's way more acceptable travel so flaming hot cheetos movie. I feel like that in development. I feel like that. Somebody's gotta be the voice of reason and speak up about about that. No this is too boring this story. It's about what happens inside the vending machine tyson. Can't she see pixar. Aw that would be awesome life zoning machine. There's the flaming hot. Cheetos oreo bites next yeah. The snickers occurs bar. Isn't that wouldn't kid doesn't that movie right itself more than this movie well. I still think you'd need one writer. Do you think do you think of anybody that could rogaine progam movie. He did the one on hot dogs. Yeah what about what about. You don't think mr white could do that well. Maybe tarantino could do it. I doubt he could do it. Does he want to do it. That's really the question i think he does. He does he would be the <hes> great a great fit for it and so even longoria is directing this movie also data. Why would she want not too. I think she i don't think her directorial debut as it. She had a t._v. Show going for a while desperate housewives. I don't know different one about a hotel. Devious maid's could be that. It's just about a hotel. Obviously i've never seen it. I haven't been aware of evil ongeri as work accents desperate housewives your favorite show <hes> well whatever it could look. I think if they make it short enough rob could be good good. What did i thirty minutes. That's that's a good thirty minute movie right right to great thirty minute movie danny what about mountain dew movie oh mountain to do deserves a movie. Definitely taco bell deserves a movie. I feel like there. There are more than del taco. Yo yeah yeah taco bell had that very successful palm springs hotel which by the way sold out. I saw nature of people going. It looked exciting way. Taco bell had palm springs hotel for a for a pop-up hotel with lots of sweet taco bell merch and food it looked it looked like a great place to be and you had to be an amex platinum card holder too. I don't know it's sold out whatever whatever that means. I look at it the pitchers i'm probably too old to have gone <hes> but i definitely would have appreciated the taco. Bell experience in palm springs six yeah okay and did was that going on the same time as burning man. It's competing thing i'd much rather go to the taco bell then in their rainman burning earning mouth the go home with his burning burning probably burn leases. Yeah yeah burning halls okay yeah. That's a good name burning in halls all right so there is a story that has really been going viral today amount something that occurred occurred at a what a burger chain mo- yeah did danny utah last week about your experience at popeye's. Have you ever been to a what a burger burger. No never the media type and you go what a burger might have been water burger. It's what a burger. I think a a can't remember if i've seen them before driving pass yeah. They have like a dope like van halen looking w really yeah i know i've seen on facebook. Also i know some people that are really into what a burger but a public relations lasko for what we saw. This wonder woman logo to me a w with wings right. I didn't know this video by the way it was a water burger but i have seen the video and it is disturbing. Yes okay so there's been a lot of talk about the roading who leapt into the deep fryer at a what a burger and watch this video last night and have you seen the video version of this yeah the woman's in the counter frantically trying to it looks like i don't know if she's trying to kill it or capture it and then the thing does a run around yeah comes out of her to her left and leaps from the counter talk into the hot area. Yeah the vat of boiling oil right tyson french fry greece occurred at a time where the burger the restaurant was very crowded and all swing dude s. and it seemed like that everybody in the store was aware of what was going on when they talk about rodent like i thought it would be like a rat the size of you know that's what they said school said rap but it looked like it was a little all mouse but everybody had is on this thing and everybody was going nuts and had their phone and the people that were working there at what burger needed to try to like there was one the lady was like i'm going to give everybody their money back for the food and then there was another lady that was going to go try to catch it and try to like not be freaking out but but then everybody saw when the mouse day like in a la- olympic dive into the deep fryer always had dreams of being a french french fry yeah that's troublesome. I opened up. I actually saw a couple of mice. <hes> this past week opened up a generator at work okay and they had nested there and the thing i did notice that the mice seemed to be prone towards self destruction <hes> like i let them okay. Hey just run away. We're in the mountains. Go find somewhere else to live. I started up the generator. They seem to want to come back to the generator. Even though now it was hot spewing carbon monoxide and was definitely going to kill them and i thought you know maybe these mice just system. They need the thing we have take technology. Yeah it's like dude. This is now become. A deadly place for ume is to be like move on yeah and not into the deep fryer right yeah. Ah this evolution where the mice are too dumb to not know that generators and vats of boiling oil will kill them. I mean i i think that a lot of animals are built in with sensory systems that should warn them but you're not gonna know that that like it looked like that mouse took a jump from countertop to countertop not knowing because there was a gap in between where the boiling vats were and where the <hes> the counter where it was stirring around was at first so i think that's an honest mistake for a mouse. How and why would he know that. There's yeah boiling hot oil right there. Humans humans make similar mistakes when they jump off things with skis or parachutes or into the ocean by helicopters with wobble blades yeah they often often find themselves landing in places. They had not intended to land <hes> no. It's not just a mouse problem. They have down this water burger location location to be cleaned and be sanitized but danny at what point do you feel comfortable. Returning to this. What burger location in china used to needed a subway and then one day. I was eating a sandwich. I saw a rat crawl out from underneath the decking just outside yeah i never went back outside yeah but it obviously been in the restaurant area and that was the last time i visited the subway so for me never returning earnings by the way i'm sure every restaurant i go to has eroded or to write this just when it becomes apparent. We don't wanna see that on the surface we we don't want to see that type of activity. I think we all like it to be concealed. <hes> hein the counters and under the tables we can live with that right tyson. Is that something that's sort of like unsaid by these restaurants where it's like. We we know you guys got problems but if the problem is so bad that you can't even hide it anymore or that's where we perfect yeah well. I think the thing is is like listen to their statement. There like this was the only problem with the thing and you're like okay if you had said like there was a mouse family living under the counter of like forty mice and we got them all then maybe i'd be like okay okay but when they're like this was solitary incident it's crazy. It was a freak thing. Everything else was totally up to par here now. I'm not trusting them. You know what make me feel better if the c._e._o. Went down to this burger took the mouse out of the deep fryer and said look is perfectly safe to eat here and bit mouse and uh-huh danny should burger steer into this like should they make the new mouse burger a mouth but like what if like they like native part of the advertising campaign of the what a mouse and made him like cute and put him in cartoons and maybe gave them a sexy wife with <hes> cleveland would you would you would like that right <hes> yeah because the wife the with the cleavage. That's very distracting so you de the jessica mash like whoa dude. I'm not even looking at the rodent. I'm looking at the cartoon. Wife with hugh is or up there danny any yes classic. It's yeah me and my wife jessica her. I don't even think jessica rabbit loved roger rabbit. What was she just with him. When the first one she was playing around yeah. I don't remember that she was playing around with me yeah. I don't remember the film but i will watch it. We'll watch flirting with detective. They were fired remember issues in their marriage stephanie yeah so that was that was definitely a assault subplot jer are we were paying this plot danny. I wasn't young impressionable man or kid. I don't know what i was. Did you have to washes movie in secret when your parents were outta town his. I don't think my parents live allowed this movie in the house. I was actually watching some of the movies my my parents. Let me watch when i was younger and i whoa this i this is awkward with my kids. Now like labyrinth. David bowie is putting all of his goods out on display the entire hire time. You're watching labyrinth. You can see dick. No i mean he's definitely a showing it off just wearing those pants sir you call those pants. What is he wearing tights tights but you go to swimming. Pools and people are wearing speed but you don't know oh my parents. That's what i'm saying. I can't imagine my mom watching that. Google is different time. It was like the eighty s or ninety right and she did she she. Did you do exercise videos so maybe she was used to the whole cheers accustomed to it. Yeah the pictures of david bowie and labyrinth are from the waist up but get one from the waist down type in david bowie waist down labyrinth labyrinth okay all right. We'll save that for another time. Okay let's go from the deep fryer at what a burger to the case of a vegan vegan who is taking a neighbor to court for too much barbecuing tyson yeah a a i read that whole thing i read all the articles this time and i was just like <hes> i don't know. I don't know how i feel about it. Because part of me is like is she repulsed by those smells because i still feel like there's not tempted did yeah. There's a lot of vegans who are like. I love like i didn't go vegan because of the taste and the smell and everything i went vegan. It's more humane. I went vegan for health reasons. I'd those are the reasons people go vegan for but they're still trying to find that perfect vegan steak yeah you know so i feel like unless she's repulsed by it or tempted by it then. She has no argument here but if she's like it's revolting. It's offensive and they're doing it on purpose. Okay now. I can so basically. I don't even know if i told you we heard the whole story yeah. An australian william woman is suing her neighbors because they grilled meats and fish is all the time on their backyard b._b._q. <hes> right and i feel like if there's any nation that is the b._b._q. Leader other than the united states u._s._a. Number one yeah it's probably australia. I bet they can get down to some grill and right. I mean the whole thing thing from the eighties was put another shrimp on the barbie. Well not if this is your neighbor. Danny don't do it. No don't tempt you know if if you're being a jerk that's the only way i think she has a case. They just love barbecue and he's just tired of the smell. I mean that's just living in a neighborhood with other people but does she tired of the smell or cooking meats. We'll have to have some vegans weigh in on this. You don't allow me in your house you utah in hot meat. I allow me but we don't purchase meet very often and keep it in the house because we when we go out to you. Sometimes we get me it so once in a while we will l. or if we're going to grill so successful tyson no because i feel like if we keep meat in the house and also eat meat when we go out then that's consuming meat too much meat you're in a world of meat but if you save the meats for when you just go out once in a while yeah and it's vegetables and fruits at whatever people cook me around me. It makes you feel guilty because i feel like i should be kidding. I'm a man i barbecue and then my barbecue is sitting on the side of my house. Rusting dusty was probably a beehive incites several mice living in it yup just waiting for it to turn it on on right yeah and so that's my problem with barbecues always smells really good and it always makes you feel guilty. I should be doing okay so oh. She's vegan for barbecuing too much then. Let's add a second data point here to the equation and the woman in question. Her name is cilla card in she also is supposedly furious at cigarette cigarette smoke coming into their backyard and cigarette smoke. That's that's not great. Your secondhand smoke also on her list of things that are making. You're mad. The sound of children playing basketball's next door okay so she this yeah okay. This is now okay now. I'm i'm gonna question her credibility now. You're getting ridiculous. Cigarette had cigarette smoke should be the number one complaint if that's an issue and if it's every time but also it's like. Where do you draw the line there. She's a serial complaints with met you. You were making some points you had as i now you took it too far. I don't mind enjoying doing a cigar once in a while as a joke because they're hilarious but i don't think i'll ever smoke when in my backyard because of that my neighbors i'm an ironic smoker and i mean as are most people who smoke real fire these days except for marijuana. I think if you're smoking cigarettes or if you're smoking pipes were if you're smoking cigars it's only to be ironic and even though that may have ultimately that led to your addiction it was fueled by being hilarious it first day in the chat. Frost wants to know who is the worst neighbor the barbecuing everyday person or the woman cutting grass at ten pm. Would you rather current neighbor or the person who's got the barbecue hugo in smoking and also in a free. Throw shooting contests the bar that's through in the free throwing their yeah. The basketball thing would be infuriates infuriates. Someone was played basketball at ten thirty. That'd be as annoying as the lawn. Mowing marcel bam bam is just like the chinese water torture in <hes> sound form but if it's just barbecue and i take the barbecuing the lawn mowing because the blood pressure is his way high when that lady is mowing the lawn she hasn't done it though i wonder if she is a fan of the podcast since you've finally caught on because i have not heard the lawnmower get broken out at ten and a longtime okay all right well maybe she is she listening to you. Get a listener for us. I've never spoken with her her years. I've lived here danny bryson's brothers. If you're listening could you leave a note on danny's neighbor's porch that would encourage her to listen to news a news all right. Let's talk about one of the big trends hitting colorado all right now. Now is not the marijuana industry. That's that's old news. The new hottest thing <music> in colorado tyson forest bathing forest bathing yeah sounds hilarious japanese salt and then it's boring yeah now. I've been forgetting to put the <hes> the stories up i've got. I've got all this story. That's okay. That's the flaming hot cheetos. Let's just real quick yeah. We've talked about forget we. The radio shows rodent just so forest bathing is actually a japanese concept that i think is being adopted over here and and it said if you spend a certain amount of time in nature it has healing effects on your body and mind you explain what is far as the bathing and have you ever done it so so that's how it that's the direct translation from whatever the japanese term is. <hes> forced me. I've always thought it's a great term for forest bathing. It's just i've been nature not necessarily a forest although that's obviously optimal and not necessarily bathing naked in just walking through the tree's you're absorbing the nature putting your phone down yeah just like using all five cents is to try and explore nature yeah yeah all five-seater under rebranding 'cause forest bathing sounds <hes> pretty great your love yeah yeah i actually i love that term forest bathing the great i just <unk> spent the last hour doing some forest bathing and they're like what did you do. It's like well. I went out and walk and accidentally. I took a walk poked. My hand with a cactus smelled eld so i don't think forest bathing exists in the middle of summer in arizona. I think that's called uh torture torture bathing bathing in in hell fire bathing might be a good term for it. I think forest bathing is walking through a nice call. I don't think you can be calm and collected when you're you're walking through one hundred fifteen degree arizona desert and i think that <hes> behind even with us umbrella no because i think beneath it all you're desperate to get out of the heat and you also have the stress that you might die at any moment <hes> not pretty well yeah the dry heat thing right the dry heat me in general like i can go out with people whose faces turn bright red immediately but my face does not do that. I think forest bathing. I think you're walking under the shade of many trees smelling sal groomed trail your hands behind your back joaquin gene quietly and you know considering all the things that life in nature have to offer <hes> yeah well. The evening heard you to taste. It's nature to liquor trie to -lica- tree to like touch things but it's like this is what's going to happen. If if this article gets widespread wide spread somebody's gonna go out. They're going to touch a stinging nettle plant and then lick poison oak right and then scrub poison mud in their eyeballs so i have someone who goes out with me and he said that he didn't use to swear very much until he started hanging out with me. Which was it me no now but he said the reason is is that his experience with nature before was very low key but now his there's so much pain and suffering and tripping and you know also that asshole kristoff not a whole but yeah. He said that he was just like the he's taken it now from forest bathing to suffer fest yeah nature suffer fest well how come if he's is not nassau. Why doesn't he just go by chris. Why would you want to go by chris. There's a million chris's. That's not even a great name. I would much rather be known as kristof than crew will gio and and then they're like what european country are you from your. I'm not my parents just named me that and you're like get outta here. You asshole. I think he's got pretty close. Relatives from germany okay so i think christoph is actually the he has some tie to it. Okay well on your instagram. You're very upset about this. More upset. Kim broke down. I'm going to let them know that you your biggest desire in life is to go by chris or changes named christopher but the other thing too or christ. Why does he go by christ because he's not the anointed one. I'm listening to new on your instagram story. Get him to introduce himself as kristoff. Just be like hi. I'm chris daum and do it in some accent as well. No i mean i can encourage him to do that but i can't force him. Could you make a forest bathing video either with with you or kristof bathing videos every two weeks now known as because you're supposed to leave your camera and footage behind okay okay yeah. You're not god force bay without my digital. All that's as far as bathing now. He wasn't in control of it less thing and he didn't hear it or anything what he needs to do is set up some trail camps that are triggered by motion catch big and then go back later and just like let them poor space sometime because they don't always do pictures or video name the last time you were about asia come. I think people who forced to become what's the word they o._d. On forest bathing can they become all super spiritual about nature and they become mm-hmm these obnoxious too much yeah. It's too much like back up a kristof. One of these guys just iraq no no. He's not man you gotta get off of that. You got to get to christo hey. Why did you replace kristof <hes> y did you replace me with kristof. That's basically well for one you. You have a fear of heights which doesn't do well in the mountains. No it does find in the mountains unless you're like. Let's scale across this cliff with all these slippery gravel do that all the time. You guys idiots okay. Let's talk about another fad. I said trad. I'm combine nine trash trend in fad. So what a novice mistake from a professional podcast or trad tra- new here's another new trad ah or the trend or did you just invent a new podcasting word. A trad okay are deals bringing back back the mullet tysoe. This is not a trad or a fad or a trend at all people have ironically had mullets for a long time have had fashion and mullets for the last ten fifteen twenty years. I had a fashion mullet. <hes> about danny's had a mullet and it's not in the time of ironic mullets which is what they're doing now but trying to spice up against that girls hair looks baller but these millennials have seen the only thing is all mullets so it's never went away. They just found that they horner's of the u._s. Okay we're gonna pentagram yea well. This person that's on there and i don't know a lot about them. They go by on instagram the the mullet mama on instagram okay cool yeah i mean i'm not saying that they don't have some cool mullets these millennials but they didn't invent the more and they definitely didn't bring them all back. Does it never met way did go away for a second though it did not tell you if you go to the walmart instagram page or ask on walmart whatever it's it's endless mullets so it never went away you stop paying attention to it or you didn't hang out with the people who still had them yeah but i mean they're i think they're claiming is they're making it cool but we already made it cool by wearing mullets ironically because i had a shaved head with a mullet on the back that was pretty dope. I even french braided the mullet yeah so they've loved taking credit for these things because they are terrible at history yeah terrible history and they <music> only in they've only invented like boring unsuccessful stuff like uber facebook twitter. Doc instagram invented some cool stuff but let's let's just take a step back. You're not invention everything everything don't reinvent the wheel all right <hes> so all right speaking of mullets <hes> this is a great way to get into our sponsor for this episode of the podcast and knows our friends over at memela brothers shaped male scape. Look instead of messing around with a mullet to do something cool with of your hair. How 'bout manscaping number one in men's below the belt grooming offering precision engineered tools for your your family jewels. Check this out. Look a look what i have here this. Is that a manscaping checkpoints. Are you gonna do this on air on hair. Wasn't that thing on check this out this is they call this the lawnmower two point. Oh danny are you wearing pants. I am wearing pets danny that you could run this lawnmower our anytime day or night not by neighbors in the privacy. You've really flip that on. 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This is the this is the crop cleanser the because that's what that's what they call that so their recyc- shampoo is shampoo but this is this is a harran body wash his hair and body wash so go ahead and check that especially in the arizona heat and you're already <hes> wearing deodorant for your armpits why not put deodorant on other parts of of your body so get twenty percent off and free shipping with promo code r._j. At manscaping dot com always use the right tools for the job. Your your balls will thank you get twenty percent off and free shipping with the code orange a._p._n. Landscape dot com that's twenty percents off with free shipping at manscaping dot com use the promo code owed r. h. A. pay all right danny. Are you ready to take us away to the bottle. Yep a-plus story right now all right. Danny is going to take us away to the ball tall with jessica rabbit not far out of his his thoughts. Here is danny's ball tall. Take me but the song guide us welcome bull told. I think you're gonna line. I think you're gonna feel you be a <hes> great song. I debated on talking a debated about talking on this subject it because the kid who's involved in this story does i. It's not a happy ending right but the way he got to where he is now is kind of fascinating and it's a story about a kid who ate nothing for the past three years or four years but pringles french fries yup and white bread ham and sausage right now. This is a guy that's all he ate for. How many like three four five years so like that. He's dead now. No he's going blind uh-huh which i didn't know like i have a terrible diet right. It's slowly gotten better. Those things have beta carotene in them well ah i wonder so if you eat taco bell like every single day. You're probably getting some of the necessary. Vitamins and minerals like b twelve. Maybe some other maybe why are you saying twelve you talk about in the article like that he wasn't getting what are you getting b twelve from at taco bell that you wouldn't get from sausage awesome and white bread because your flower towards taco meat. There's no b twelve in taco. Meat is the same as sausage tyson. I oh i don't know anything about b twelve. That's what they say in the article. Maybe arguing that that is with twelve when you don't know you're not letting me finish finish k. Go okay this is this is what i'm wondering so he had just those four items over which if you've had kids what you realize is that kids fall into a trap of eating in the same exact things day after day. I guess your kids are probably like mine. My kids eat these little mini pizzas from costco and would sit there and which ones are they the little do they come in a box of either cheese or pepperoni dr so good okay so my kids one on those for breakfast. They like you. Should you should give them to them for breakfast. Put them in an air fryer for on three sixty for like six hours. They're interested recipe but what i didn't know is that you could go blind from eating junk food. Are we sure though that this is the case yes in the article. He visited with dr early on. He was like <hes> you know. You just need more stopwatch alba jessica rabbit video yeah. You need more vegetables and you you need more. You think he's going blind from watching. Jessica rabbit is hard on his palms. That's not possible because not growing is. I watched johny. What's your vision. My vision is better than twenty twenty. Okay all right so surgery which by the way is a testament to the fact acted. I eat junk food for at least a decade nothing but junk food yeah so skies well. There must be some nutritional value in nature bath all the pizza pizza in taco bell eight for ten years because i would have thought i'd be a prime candidate for going blind important attrition but you're getting like sixty sixty five trillion percent of your vitamin d daily yeah and and i don't know how much of a role that place but of the story the the thing that shocked me and what drew me to this story i didn't know i guess i could have assumed that if you didn't eat certain things bad things happen but no you go blind for eating junk food right. I think shocking junk food. There's a lot of health yeah. There's a lot of health risks boot going blind. I didn't think that was i thought yeah okay. You become obese. Maybe your muscles muscles atrophy make all random testing start stops leads but i didn't think going blind was something that would happen. I mean these guys is that were on ships for months. After month. Eating nothing but salted meat nervy line got they got scurvy right. Their teeth fell out but they've probably i'd heard well <unk> by didn't hear many pirates going to optometrist's yeah yeah but i mean you're not gonna make a great pirate. If you're blind yeah you did you jump onto the other start doing giving like these like cheese puff snacks to the pirates well. Maybe the eye patch yeah. Maybe the patch was to cover up that one that already gone blind because all you all to be. That's not why they were because they probably wanted to look cool. No that's wrong to do. You guys really not know why they were patches. No no okay here. You go and you can try this at night. When you have to get it up and go to the bathroom you they keep an eye patch over one eye and then at night they would have night vision because that i had bench sitting in the dark mall day-long so listen hear danny yes that is true it would improve their night vision and if you do you get up at night and go to the bathroom tyson this danny okay fine. Go get up and go to the bathroom at night of course and do you flip on the lights no case so here's what i want you to do. Next time you get up at night and go to the bathroom flip on the lights but keep one eye closed the whole time you're of got the lights john okay then when you turn off the lights and come out and open the i that you kept close you can still navigate around in your room because it has not been exposed. It's too bright light for a long time so what that's what i do so i if i have to go to the bathroom at night. I would like to see his operation. Do you have an eye patch on your nightstand. No i just keep one eye closed the whole time in the bathroom. You walk around. What about death perception now. You've been to the toilet still. Do i know you have a little depth the perception with one eye so that's risky i'm sleepy. I have one and i said i was interested in or whatever the thing is. Pirates were eyepatches. Hi patches to improve their night vision. I'm gonna look this up okay. This seems while why did the pirates needs such good night vision assigned to rake he can around yeah and buried treasure where no one else can. There's lots of reasons so i if you wear an eye patch for like half a day or something and flip your eye patch off in the brighter day. It is so overwhelmingly bright because you're is accustomed to darkness. There's adverse effects to keep an eye patch on all day. A switch. They swap is okay. I'll look i then they'd night vision the next day the next night and it's when they would get this information bro yeah experience well. How many will this is just one of your. This is a harebrained theory. You know i'm across google all right all right. Yes feedback if you have any thoughts on this in our facebook group. We'll we'll start. We'll start a threadbare. Why does the bulls that's my p._s._a. For the day okay is it that he didn't get the nutrients from the the doctor doctors at the process with that badge outside. You didn't hear that what it's a bit just just said my theory. I i asked google why do pirates where eyepatches and it says pirates frequently had to move above and below decks from daylight to near darkness s. and the smart ones wore a patch over one eye to keep it dark adapted outside okay okay. I guess i i'm not gonna argue with your google makes even more sense than but it's his night vision we apologize for what questioning him yup. No i will accept the truth once. I will not make very good colt member if you're not gonna just blindly believe everything is the cult leader says oh well. I'm thinking of starting to counter colt and yeah. I'll get my followers to wear eye patches because there is our noc so there is out to keep one eye dark adapted all right yeah okay. You don't need to tell me anymore. I'm gonna look it up. This is over well. I just looked at us yeah the same source. You're going to look it up fine. At least i'll see it with my own eyes. Okay then you're gonna wear an eye patch next week probably now when i go to bed eta my keeping an eye patch on the nightstand. Did we do the bolthole yet. We already did what was it about. Oh my god how did guys keep going blind line but junk food k. well then. I've got a review for you great. Oh all right all right good love. All of you news ice stars yep by dog mom to oh to. I'm not whittier funny. Well not with that attitude but i just wanted to say i love you and please never stop podcasting. Oh this podcast is legitimate legitimately the highlight of my week. Oh thank you that's very nice. Oh rob yes if survivor goes off the air. I guess we still gotta keep this thing going to do something. Yeah i mean all you'll have is time that point. We could probably make this into a morning. Show roger rabbit movie podcast and labyrinth redo all those liberal twenty things. You didn't know about pirates everything going to be its own podcast gas flaming hot cheetos movie. She does movie podcast. It's all it's all happening. Look look podcast of chris doffs yeah. No no wow. I deep dive tighten. The antichrist off. A fanatic tyson is he. Do you like him more than me. You guys are different in different ways. You know that doesn't that makes me feel worse stuck. You're hiding something from me from only me too far away ties in only like i'm only like six our helicopter drive away helicopter right. How long were they helicopter. Typically shaves things in half drive time. It's not as fast you think five six hours well. There's more helicopters that are faster than the crap on that matt. How ties is really going after all my real friends. Yeah yeah your friends in real life not just tyson with the connection. Yeah i went to dinner with you. When i was in town i didn't have to do is very pleasant pleasant and your stock went way up and they left the state and then plummeted like bitcoin crazy but are you coming out this winter. I'll <hes> all try so now. We're so far away noncommittal. No it's nine hours by helicopter. Well okay if i can convince matt to fly. It's a really really long drive like anything past about six to eight air. Provo airport flies down here for like forty five dollars each way okay all right. I'm not committing anything but yes. I'll try all right great job. Everybody once again follow at tyson apostle and at danny bryson check them out the royal rumble. Thanks so much scott saint-pierre behind the scenes thick everybody by we did it guys man trip twenty twenty arizona <music> podcasts weekend.

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What we have is a situation where the war complex benefits from it because, of course, the, you know, the proxy is that the milch industrial complex can build a part as city or town or village, and it makes money for the people, and of course, the corruption of the district or criminals, they don't they benefit from mortal. Benefit in a number of ways. But, you know it's not just a question of money, and this is a mistake that people make because they assume that greed is the cause of everything on fact, greed is a symptom of evil, but you have people who believe that they are predetermined to roll predestined to rule, and that anything that gets in their way is a legitimate target. And so you have the fury of the British empire geopolitics, which simply states, that the British can use whatever means they have to, to prevent nations from joining together against them. Now it causes Asians to gang up against the British empire. The fact that the British empire is exploiting them in looting them off getting. As they do. I mean, this is from since but the first one, the first Intel agencies later became I five, and then my six the British ship enrolling the world they still rule the world. See that nations and their proxy of the, the Federal Reserve banks system and their lives with the Jesuits and the global bankers billionaires. And by the way or not just on the left around the right to this is what she just serving. There's a lot of rightists around Trump that are more Varvarin drumbeat maniacs know. You know, I think John lightning bolt want to carpet bomb Venezuelans. I mean what the hell without accomplish? While you're talking about people who, don't operate swim point of principle, but from the idea that whatever is necessary for them to sustain their power is legitimate. Right. If you look at the British empire the concept goes back to the futile idea of the divine right of kings. And this is something, of course that was perpetrated by the alliance between certain monarchs and the Catholic church. The idea is left or right with something they invented. If someone wishes to imprison you, whether he imprisons you by declaring your slave, or by declaring you have total freedom to do whatever you want, as long as it doesn't interfere with his power. It doesn't matter whether they're considered Lefter. Right. They're still treated was a slave. And the question is will people overcome that slave mentality and act for their own interest in the Salish -ment of the Republic of the United States was based on the idea that the founding fathers had, which is the human beings hit when offered an opportunity. We're capable of self rule. And that's what's enshrined in our declaration of independence on our constitution is concept, there, the people have the authority and the right not given by government or by corporations by banks, but from gone from natural law that Uman beings have the right to form governments to act for the betterment of mankind, right? And this is a threat to those people who think knows the only right. You have is the right to bow down and recognize my thority. Founding fathers were inherently revolutionary axiomatic of Lucien Aries, who oppose the British not just because of taxation, but because of what taxation represented which is some asserted, the right to determine the proceeds profit of your activity. Now here's a couple of other I'm going to get a little different perspective here. Each nation as its own is system of totalitarianism a summer, more severe than other summer different kinds of flavors, for example, Islam has from until tolliday moved to talk about this disturbing to this week with with darker. Bill Warner the Tennessee State university professor with political on the right on dried for example. And if you're kind of, like, not thinking you look at the drudge mental central column says, Iran, no surrender their, the peacock nation. There's many, many steps before war that could take care of Iran and neutralize them and neutralize, and make a deal with Russia and China for trade. And stop this warmongering maniac stuff. But and Trump is a business van I, which means you don't try to pivot and develop ways of actually dealing with these situations. That's why sending up you know, bombers things we've send half a million troops in the middle. East is basically saying if you do something stupid, we'll respond. But if you don't respond we're not gonna gonna Tak you. I think the idea that Trump is going to attack. Iran is craziness and Roddy. By the way, the most want to actually push the city because they want to embolden their people that America's gonna Tak. Under Trump has had no more intention of attacking then, you know, going over and inviting, listen close to his birthday party, which isn't going to happen. Especially after comments. Well, but Bill, what's interesting is that the Iranian Foreign Minister in his response the other day when he was asked using Trump is going to attack Iran. He said, no, we don't think Trump is the problem. We think it's the, the beaten and he said Bolton e b and been song. So from Irani perspective, you have the warmongers like John Bolton who represent with Trump identified the other days, the military industrial complex, they can't do Trump's approval, and these general are on short chain. Mcmaster, found out the hard way. And this guy was a hard. But if you wanna call it the fact is Iran. What, what we need to do with Iran is pretty straightforward. We need to start doing sanctions against Asians continue this trade even Ron enriched nuclear materials, we need to have further embargoes of their oil materials, and say, look, we want to work on Dale. You can have your malls in yours in your religious state. Just don't Stratton Israel. Don't does support has a law and don't try to hit American military basis because they're threatening to have bases. Now I heard later statements actually pulling it back, 'cause he realize Trump is a counter, puncher, absolutely will not attack around. But if they attack our military bases or Israel, God help them, and I think. He laughed understand, Trump as a pedometer, he wants to make a deal, even if he sees for example, Chinese of special forces in Venezuela, and Russian nuclear materials, our Nicaragua. He knows that he can work on a deal. This is desperate move by countries that are, that are basically frightened by the power economically, and otherwise America and Trump was actually a rational person. He's not irrational like Bolton and palm Palin in the wanna beat the war drums because like this congresswoman, new used to be in the military's from wife, actually running for president. I remember a name now. Kelsey average she was rational over this. She basically said, you know, the cost of war, you know, it's like I say, if we sit down at the table after the war's over, like World War, One World War Two, whatever, or even the civil war, do you wanna do this war, you know? In ancient times, they'd have a hero to go forward instead of the whole troops dying thousands, and thousands of nine to heroes, fight the War, I got some even different. Let's say we have an accountant we have an accountant, I decide. Okay, how many dead people on your side, and my side before we sit at this table round going to war. Why don't we decided to just kill, you know, three thousand of each other's citizens with the lethal injection and destroy somebody buildings? We'll blow them up themselves. So, you know, we don't have radiation, whatever, and then at the end of that we can sit down at the same table. That's only rational war is war is never a rational option. Is it never? Let me go back to something, you said, which I think is actually true, the runnings don't wanna war. I don't wanna war. But, but yeah, the Iranians were not violating the nuclear agreement. The International Atomic Energy agency. The US. People involved in it were saying that Iran was abiding by the agreement. It was Bolton who out. But after these statements are reports, KOMO that I've actually been verified. The are increasing enrichment of uranium now do house with you. It doesn't matter if they admit shoeing, if they wanna get warheads just get it from Russia word even on the market lessee from Pakistan nuclear weapons. When rich into the level, they need to. And Furthermore, they did that as reaction to having sanctions, but on horses. Where you're doing showing that perspective. In other words, what you're doing. Well, when I'm saying is that the story that was used to say that we have to send more troops USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN of defeat to bombers f thirty five planes and things of that sort came from so-called intelligence sources, which said they had picked up leads that one was gonna hit u s targets. Now, let me break something down for you listeners, the commander of the British side of an operation inherent resolve, which is the anti ISIS command on a man named general Kika came out and said, there's no evidence of an escalation against Eric interest, Iran, either in Syria or Iraq. And he was immediately reprimanded by the idiot. Who's the foreign minister, Jeremy? Me hunt. Now, where's the story coming from that? The Ronnie ins are about to target Americans. I want to add another perspective to that. Do you know the Shia today, actually actually, this is important in this no wanting to continue that the, the Shiites, which are the Iranians are fighting against ISIS with us, people, don't get that, too? They please. But more importantly, they have no intention of provoking a broader ward. They that's why they supported the Assad regime, the people supporting water over the Israelis and the Saudis. Exactly. Who are these rallies, or Saudis, working with, that's with the British, and that I would in my article is that the history of US Iran conflict is not really US, Iran conflict. It's a British conflict, which pulled us into it going back in nineteen fifty three right overthrow. Most of the day, who was popularly elected leader. Crime. He was going to take back. British Petroleum's the feel oilfields from British Petroleum British thin got the US to run a cat, a Khuda overthrow him in nineteen. The first thing before out for that actually was just ask the British to set up a chemical treatment plan to actually make plastics and petrochemicals wasn't answering trying to boot Tamao completely you want to reinvest in Iran, and the thing is there is we're gonna radius of which, so they get rid of most deck and put them in prison, and putting the waft and put a shovel ran, and then they see by the way have contacts inside Iran. They decided to actually pull out the Shah and put in my I told how many end and the people now say these devils, when, in fact, they made the state religious, if you went to, and it went to Iran before the Seattle actually took out the Shah, which is a bad guy himself, because he was actually torturing and killing Iranians. Then you realize it was actually put in the committee, and all these mullah's. They were put there by our CIA, and the British. Here's the reason Bill. I have a friend who wrote a book called hostage to Khameini, which details what the Shah was starting to do was he realized that the certain point that he couldn't have an economic revolution without a bit of a social revolution. And so he was starting to move against the oligarchs in Iran. The British decided would be better to put in a fourteenth century dark, age group, ruling, Iran than the have the Shaw, who would link up with Shahzada, good guy. But he began the realize you couldn't rule the way he was out most of the day, it was gonna make business deals, Germany and France and Britain toe on didn't want that they want to, to wall ran off, and actually, make sure you're on very, very creative. Are smart people? That's why I'm going to get ahold actually. On the. 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And what's happened is proof once again in the series of elections that we haven't seen the end of the rebellion that began with Brexit in the Trump election in India, all the pundits were saying, Narendra Modi was in big trouble, there Mody was using Trump style racism against the Muslim population in India Mody was a of potential, authoritarian and the Indian people weren't going to go along with that. This is pure, British popular propaganda. Right. What have India is that people saw that Modi's ultimate goal was to establish an independent economic power in India based on going back to what? Neighborhood done, which was emphasized industry, cutting edge technology and to do that. India had to have a policy of alignment with China, ultimately and so- Mody has resisted, full endorsement of the belt in road initiative, even while these had a series of meetings with vision pain, where he said, look, we're going to work this out in the long term and what happened was the country expectations. He increased his majority. He has an absolute majority in the Indian parliament, which is unusual these things, right. At this goes against what people have been saying on the, the Neo cons were trying to get India to become part of the down, but they call the Indian Ocean coalition. The sub actually can't remember the term for it, but they had this term, which includes India and the. On the southeast Asian nations. And what they're finding is these countries won't don't wanna go along with it, because they see it as extension of what Obama was trying to do with the Trans-Pacific Partnership so Modi's victory is another setback for these this crowd. And then you have Trump going to Japan this weekend. And everyone's making a big deal the emperor abdicating, their Trump will be of the guest of honor at the reception in Japan. And what's this all about what it's about is that Trump has worked with obey the Japanese Prime minister to work together with India in Russia and South Korea on issues such as North Korea on issues such as the possibility of Japan. Joining the, the new silk road with China without getting hit by sanctions from the United States. And so there's again, a shape of a new financial. System coming about, which Trump is working directly with Japanese Prime minister on, then you have the continued fall out of Trump's ninety minute phone call with Putin a couple of weeks ago. And the fact that the Russians are basically saying they see no reason why there would be continued conflict between the US Russia and you now have for the first time in Europe. Hardee's coming out saying they wanna get rid of the sanctions against Russia. And this will have a big affect on the election, this weekend of people don't know, this, the European parliament, which has twenty eight member nations is having lection 's, and the story in Europe. Is that the center right coalition will probably emerge victorious, and they say, this is the Trump coalition. This is the right wing nationalist via Nazi authoritarians, and blah, blah, blah. What it really is people who object to being dictated to from Brussels. Right. And we see that with Brexit, the attempt by Theresa May to have a non Brexit Brexit fell flat. And the result of that is the Nigel Ferrari Faraj founded new party three weeks ago, which has double the support of the two so called major parties in Britain, the Tory amazing. The numbers are quite mild. Well, it's because here's Maine, says, oh, yes, I'm for Brexit for Brexit. But we. Term being union. And then she works out with the European Union that they have terms of won't accept Brexit. Oh, come on. So Jisr ridiculous. If you're not even go shooter. The fact is Trump other people Trump light people, Nataly, Hungary, Austria, and other countries are deciding they want to reformulate the union of we call the European superstate. They don't want us to stay dictates from Brussels, and Strasbourg. They want whether some degree of atonomy, h nation, right? Well, what's interesting is what was done in Austria, where you have this. What's called the Freedom Party which in the past, maybe twelve to fifteen percent vote, but in the last election made it up to about twenty four twenty five percent to become the second largest party and was then brought into vision with Sebastian courts from the People's Party, or the so called conservative party right now, what is interesting about the Freedom Party is in. They explicitly are anti-sanctions. They tend to be pro Russia. And now they're pro-china. They wanna work with the Chinese even. The extent that they're discussing changing the, the rail, gauge go the leads the Vienna, so that it would be compatible with the rail, gauge being put in by the China connected tracks from the Balkans, and also from Greece, and so. More compatible with the Chinese trains to come into what you're saying. Yeah. Now, this is, it's an expensive do over, if, if you're going to redo the rail gauge in central Europe, it's, it's not a cheap deal, but you have to know that it's for the next thirty to fifty years as opposed to some quick buck operation. Now it's interesting is personally targeted is one of the leaders of the Freedom Party, going schlage, who was filmed two years ago. Burgers, the setup it says, like typical FBI setup a woman came to him, saying, she represents a Russian oligarch, and she'll help get some loans for his party in return for some contracts that would be signed with the pro Russian oligarch and after some drinking, he was joking about him said, right? Yes. I think we can arrange something. It's one of these typical setups where they hired of actor rain had Rolls Royces in the parking lot. They had a yacht on the beach. So he thought he was really dealing with the Russian oligarch. Now, would he have ever done what he said he did? Well, no, there's no evidence that he would have given any special concessions to oligarch. We didn't exist, but they use this two years after it was filmed to bring down to try and bring down the coalition government. The person they were really targeting was the foreign minister can easily. One who invited Putin to her wedding, and the when the government of when the, the chancellor or the president Sebastian Kurz, fire, the Freedom Party people, the one he kept was the foreign minister can easel so it's not going to change the policy of Austria. But it shows the extent to which these British networks, the same ones, by the way, who ran Russia gate, the extent to which they're trying to go to break the resolve of the anti Brussels forces throughout Europe. So the election, this weekend will see probably by Sunday night, or Monday, whether the center, right parties, prevail. I think they probably will have at least a third of the vote, which is a significant increase it may make them the largest coalition in the European parliament. And what's their policy? Their policy is less Brussels. More sovereignty for the nations of Europe. And that's at this point of pretty popular position. Amazing. So we have each developments with the may government collapsing Trump. Meanwhile, heading to our. Have tea with the Queen in about a week and in the midst of this, you have Trump tweeden about Christopher Steele and the British role in setting Aleph in Russia gate. So between his discussion on Fox News about the military industrial complex and his tweets about the role of the British in the coup against him. And then the order, he issued yesterday that the CIA and the FBI must cooperate with providing the documents being demanded by Bill bar. The attorney general this has caused the complete panic among the people who are trying to get rid of Trump. So what do they do they did this other classic setup before the meeting with Trump yesterday to discuss infrastructure cooperation? The Democrats have. Conference where they discussed impeachment and Pelosi said, well, we're not ready to impeach yet. We shouldn't impeach. But then in her press conference, he said Trump is committing crimes that Trump is involved in a cover up, and then after saying that she also into the Oval Office is okay, Mr President. Let's talk about cooperation on infrastructure and trust issue, showing, if I'm gonna put my doctor on I honestly, my wakeup, my doctors does. I think the women is, is losing it. She's trying to go so far left. She can maintain control party her roster so far. It's like the comments from Lindsey Graham Democrats are not presenting anything that might be considered reasonable incomes from the public that maybe there's an opposition to Trump. They're going to destroy themselves geopolitically and I don't wanna see that. I wanna see a dialogue where there's another party or Parke's, try to pull Trump to do things that maybe more Trumpy. Because honestly, there's parties inside. His office is White House, like John lightning bolt. Another part of people they pump hail. They're pulling them to do geopolitical things that I think our counter to American counter to humanity. So you have the grouping in the Republican party's once for structured discussion to fail. Because they disagree with the idea of an expenditure funds on infrastructure, unless it's in fact, it was actually at one GOP, member of congress. Actually killed infrastructure Bill moving forward. Paul Ryan, right? And McConnell, agrees. Was Ryan on the so it's again it's not a partisan conserve in and Trump knows it. And so he was honestly reaching out to Pelosi Schumer. And he said, look, either we can work together on infrastructure. You guys can run around with these stupid investigations. And now what they're saying is that well, Trump is walking the continuation of the Muller report with Muller reports over, it's a done deal. And the, the fact is that the Muller report is not what a lot of Republicans think which is a total whitewashing of Trump. It has a lot of false claims in it, including continuing the false claim that Russia meddled in the two thousand sixteen election. Right. And I just did an interview with a Bill Vinnie, the former technical director of the national security agency, where he presented, the foreign Zick evidence, which shows that there never was a Russian hack than the. The timing sequences in you to the so called fat byles in everything else points to an internal of thumb drive chance. Which is why, why, why are guys dead? I mean, it was interviews SAS rich rich issue and went to all these twos and internal documents visor come forward, all the documents are going to show. Clearly, it had nothing to do with the Russian hack. It was an internal transfer because there are people inside by the way, a wide hers at this people. The reason why Stritch digits he was Bernie Sanders supporter, and he was so disgusted with what was going on inside the Democratic Party. He was willing to release information and had nothing to do with the Russians Russia's. We're not involved whistle blower. But here's an interesting thing until recently, and you and I have discussed this because I think he's a congressman from your area, Devon news. Right. Into what Jan area. Yeah. He did a wonderful. Job defending Trump from the charges of Russia gate, but he still said, it's the Russians who did the hacking and the meddling now in the last ten days, he's come out and said, we've gotta look into people like Joseph Masud. We've gotta look into the British side of this. I'm beginning to believe it wasn't the Russians at all took him two and a half years to figure that out. But I'm glad he shows that you can change. Exactly. Amazing stuff. 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I think it's interesting that better clap ratios throats. It's like a bunch of pit vipers biting each other. Now that the, the booms gonna fall is. Well, what's interesting is that you have Komi, who said that he included Steele dossier first? He denied this field. Aired than in it. But now he's saying it was feel about who's in it because Brennan and Clapper told him to put it in and Brennan and Clapper said, knows combs idea, then you have Komi Loretta Lynn Jessop each other's throats. So the fact that these guys lied and thought they could get away with it now that they find they can't get away with it. They're trying to point the finger each other, but here's something really significant of two days ago, the Daily Telegraph three days ago, the Daily Telegraph, which is not a pro American magazine or newspaper by any means. But they have story titled Theresa May's spy chiefs were briefed on Christopher Steele dossier before Donald Trump buying through his feel personally briefed m I five director Andrew Parker. Am I six CI? Alex younger. Now, this is really significant because it means that if they had evidence if what they had were true evidence that showed there was a Russian intervention into the US election. Why wouldn't they briefed the United States? I and why wouldn't they brief Trump instead they went to Brennan through the intelligence agencies and use to setup the get Trump taskforce? So Devin newness of, and I think he's from the San Diego area. Right. Getting rachi. He's opened our north county area. Okay. Well, he wrote a letter to Trump yesterday in which he says that if these claims are true that these people were briefed before you than raises important questions about the potential role foreign government officials may have played in spreading the dossier, false allegation, and they have taken in response to the allegations choice of the better stand these matters on. Respectfully request that you ask prime minister may about the British government's knowledge Steele dossier, and whether the British government, took any unilateral actions based on information provided by steel, and then he goes seven questions to ask one, it's feel informed British intelligence or government officials, whether to confirm whether that report in the telegraph is true of did they discuss this with steel of before talking, the Trump that. Any current or former US government or intelligence officials inform any current or former British government intelligence officials about steals allegations. And so on the basically, then he goes into the specifics on Joseph suit because miffed sued was the so-called Russian professor who's not rushing. Not really even a professor at higher professor, but he's an Intel operative time was British others. Well he was working with the British end with the CIA and the FBI gave that she a train her. When I heard it was a trainer with these guys. Well, he up and he went to popadopoulos and told popadopoulos that the Russians have these hacked emails and will provide them to Trump. And he said to pop it up less, I'll introduce you to Putin's niece. Now popadopoulos didn't know that Putin didn't have any and then getting you're getting, then they hooked up. They tried to hook up popadopoulos with a woman who is deployed by the FBI to ask popadopoulos about what he knows about. Russian. Stealing of, of documents Democrats, you actually this this, this spy Vom. She was actually trying to, to induce him for sexual activities, although he was engaged. In fact, is current wife and him wrote this book of revelations, and I've leave some big lawsuits going to happen here popping office not gonna walk away from this either as he knowing and he's telling the truth now. So he raises the question of the relationship of Mifsud sued with British intelligence and US intelligence, rather than if sued as a Russian intelligence operative, which is of molar has in his report. All of this shows, is what molar put. In his report, even though ultimately, he exonerates Trump is in a lot of the lies of the narrative of the British, and the Brennan, Clapper Komi crowd are still in the report. And that's what the Democrats are using to continue to try and smear Trump. That's why it's so important. What was done by Roger stone in his attorneys to get out in writing affidavits from Bill building that they're going to bring up at the trial of. Ember about the fraud of the so-called Russian hacking. Now here's a really interesting point that the Benny always brings up and a lot of people bring this up. Why did the FBI never look at the DNC servers? Why did they never do a forensic evaluation? Why did they rely on the work done by crowd strike which was the firm? The Democratic Party had hired to protect their computers. Why would you take the report from the company? If in fact, there was a hack that was incompetent and stopping and protecting the Democrats from the hack. The fact is there was no hack that was a fraud. The report of a hack was thraw, but that's always throw twos. And other documents come out to approve that the deficits rich was part of a scheme. In fact, that people that kill us rich who the people that trying to maintain this hack. The dialogue weren't they. Well. And also, that's why the there were just seventeen count indictment against the assigned who's being held under very harsh circumstances by the British government, he's essentially being put in solitary confinement. And what is his crime, that he was convicted of Britain? It was jumping bail. So you know what I think they're gonna try and kill us on Jin prison, or ship him to some maybe on MO and torture, the death of by the, the best thing for Assange is to actually get spotting on a major Cable News Network, assoc Amelia to tell the Zoll story because the fact is the death of, of the dust telling the truth is just people Alex Jones and Paul Joseph Watson. It's the death of social media and whistle blowers because if this goes down and by the way, before you left, he's at me, his entire database of material annoy of it. Yeah. I got it. I got huge amount of data terabytes. Well, the thing about Assange is, what is the charge against him. He was illegally producing documents detrimental, the US security. He was asking so damn questions questions asking Bill at the Santa specifics. Yeah. He had he published documents which prove their war crimes committed in the wars in Iraq now, averse to attack the whole US military it was to show that there was a cover-up of work rhymes that were committed. So why is it criminal for someone to expose criminal activity by the government? If a session. Put on trial, and convicted of this would have a chilling effect on any future effort by an honest journalist to report crimes in corruption of government officials. That's why this is so important to the average person. Now, whether you like us on Gernot whether you disagree with him publishing. These documents is besides the point if your government is committing crimes in your name with your tax dollars, and then prosecute someone who exposes the corruption, then what does that say about the first amendment? What does that say about the fourth and fifth amendment? Close out the constitution. And so, here's another example of where there are some people inside the Trump administration who are poorly advising Trump. Now, I don't know whether Trump was one who's signed these signed off on the Assange, new indictments, probably not. But it's something he should speak out on it. And this is something the Democrats trying to keep from doing. Honestly, I think when I see things Sasha raised issues that losing apart in fact, it s is to a great extent. The reason why the British a scheme is being blown apart now and I'll lay before the election is going to be denied department national intelligence five is Mr. Steele, CIA and FBI and the Justice, all we have to evolve and Valerie Jarrett, that are going to do the perp walk and the honest with you, we don't clean this up. No future. Government in America is free from totalitarian, manipulation control by Intel agencies that are transnational globalist. And this whole thing with Trump, the same right to sing. I have to fight this through not just for my sake, although I've been the victim of one of the greatest scandals in American history for the sake of future, presidents, and the future planet. Not just Erica Americans, the most powerful nation, but it's is being. The, the victim of this whole process because if you get victimizing control, America's who you know, evil means, for example, cogs, which are through the United Nations, which, again is an arm of the British. If you can't control for the Intel agencies are collaborating to do things really go for CIA to spying, American citizens, but you can get five is, and this steel do it. See all of these schemes are actually ways of getting around the actual proxy out, actually elected government, so globalist and control freaks can actually get control of the world. That's what it's all about. And this is why we're asking President Trump to include in this fight the exoneration of Lyndon LaRouche, right? Because the roof dedicated his whole life to exposing this British directed fraud, which in the biggest strategic sense is not just lying about Russia gate and things like that the British attacked science. They. They attacked the teaching real history. They attack the educational process developed creative minds instead of robots and in doing that they create a subserving population and what we're seeing is sections of the US population in the world. Population are waking up to the fact that they've been deliberately victimize on behalf of these global banks. These globals. Of military, institutions, and so on. But the ability to fight it was shown to them, the courage of Trump and standing up against this so called deep state. Have to make sure that this is not a one man battle. It's not left. Just the Trump. The fact iris. Iris me add an element that you probably think is a great idea. I think you guys at the refunding most agree ideas of perspectives on how to prevent more. I call defensive Ersan, defensive future, humanity and future nation hoods. We don't want homogenize world. There's no nation states. We want a world where they should have some degree of Tommy and control of their voters and their population in their industry. Art. What I see happening is what Trump's doing is he's an example of populism is rising because people see the end of this game is to homogenize the world and destroy not just Christianity and Islam, but all religions and have totalitarian cyber state where basically much of the population is reduced. The elites are cybernetic genetically enhanced like a cast from Hindu pathology, and the totalitarian cyber status basically like the matrix, this is coming people don't. Eagles always like last people Trump see this coming and know the normal for the human race to actually have a future. America must be free and nations must have populism in national borders. That's why the rise of populism in Europe so important these elections in Europe are important because you're gonna start saying reformulation of, of the European superstate where there's some degree of atonomy. I mean, they couldn't even get money from the paean union to rebuild these cities and towns destroyed by earthquakes a few years ago in Italy. Since you let me just tell you next week. I'll be able to give you and your listeners a full report on what really happened in the European elections, which you will not get from the media in the United States while now. So that's important because the rise of a new reformulate Europe is a good thing for the world. Isn't it? And also means that they'll probably end up with peace with Russia and the conflicts that have been fomented by the British Royal crown Verka masters of chaos who fomented much of the revolution. The revolution of. Adolf, Hitler, the revolution of Russia and China. All these revolution. Socials revolutions were fomented, by the Russian royals, weren't they by the German, British royals.

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689: Digging Up the Bones

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689: Digging Up the Bones

"Support for this American life comes from state farm the helpful folks at state farm are there for you on those days when it feels like problems. Just pop out of nowhere for auto and home. Insurance State Farm agents are ready to help find one at state farm dot com and from the capital one walmart rewards awards card earn five percent back at Walmart on line two percent at Walmart in-store at restaurants and on travel and one percent everywhere else the the capital one walmart rewards card. What's in your wallet? Terms and exclusions apply some people. They read the old stories from three thousand years ago. The ILIAD and the Odyssey the read them in school and it just gets to them one of the producers here at our show Emanuel was like that the like heroes. Hector I thought Agamemnon was such a diva I love the need. We had to translate it in my Latin class. And in addition to like translating passages I decided to make like a nine by three foot mural out of magazine paper depicting Aeneas Journey Journey into hell. Where when you say magazine paper you mean you're cutting gliders out of a magazine? Rush meticulously ripping teeny pieces of different colors. There's a magazine paper and making like a mosaic and I remember that J. Lo was on the mural for some reason because she's wearing like a white dressed asked I kinda look so it was like a Toga E. Yeah Yeah so she got to be Daito and how I teach her signed a twenty page research paper on any subject in the world like they do anything at all. It was obvious to Emmanuel what to do. The story of Troy. The place at the Trojan war happened the walled city city but they pulled the Trojan horse into and in doing research for this project. I found out about this. Guy Named Heinrich Schliemann Heinrich Schliemann. A man who also read those stories got obsessed He's born in Germany in the eighteen. Hundreds he's like a businessman a merchant in Russia and then he like moved to California during the Gold Gold Rush and opened a bank. It said that he would carry around like copies of homer and he taught himself ancient Greek. Click in two years. He taught himself ancient ancient Greek. Which is insane to me Just so he could like read the books and like the language of origin anyway but basically he amasses huge fortune origin and once he has his fortune he decides that he's going to find troy at the time people weren't sure if it was a real place or just like A story like a bland us and and it is kind of a dumb question but in that period did archaeologists even exist like. was that even a job yet. It's not really a job It's like a very new. Feel this whole idea of digging up the past. And so there there are like sort of hobbyist dabbling in but these hobbyists by the eighteen seventies had figured out from various geographic lose at home or gives them the tax about Troy's proximity to the Dardanelles and Mount Ida. They figured out where a likely location occasion for the city might be the place called Turkey and at that spot was kind of a big mound of dirt and Schliemann gets going so he starts to dig careers dozens and dozens of workers and when he's digging he starts to find basically like these these layers of cities that are built on top of each other. So there's it's a pottery and like foundations buildings. When a city burned to the ground they would build another city rape on top of it But none of them are what he's looking. I'm for like what he is looking for. He wants to find basically like gold silver and bronze. Like that's the thing he thinks is going to be like the signifier that this is troy away. Because he's thinking of this treasure rich city that homer describes the Iliad and he's also thinking that like well it's got to be further down it has to be at the bottom right like troy's going to be at the bottom of the pile and so he keeps digging and it keeps finding more and more layers with cities yes and then he gets to the bottom of these piles of cities and that's where he finds is treasure. He finds exactly what he's looking for. He finds gold. He finds the silver. He Finds Lebron's He calls it Priam's treasure prime being like the king of Troy in the Iliad. There's nothing on it that says like Priam's you've you've retrials uh-huh bank or something. No no nothing like that. It isn't it hard proof that it doesn't bind right. which would have really helped? Can I ask one question. Did you find a huge wooden horse. No huge wooden horse would wouldn't have survived survived. Today's show is the the inadvertent things that happened. When you start digging up the past? And this is the point where Schliemann story gets more complicated Schliemann announce to the world that he's found the city that Hummer was writing about he's bound try. It becomes internationally famous but the truth of the situation is is that the troy at the bottom of the pile with all this treasure her and all this gold that actually was not troy. It was not homers. Try At least that's from thousands of years before troy would have even mm-hmm happened. The troy that he was looking for was actually one of the cities that he had just dug through and destroyed in the process the digging through it to another digging bound. He reaches choice like now. This isn't it throws it on the side is like debris. Yeah that's garbage. Yeah and and basically. He destroyed a big chunk of the ancient city in trying to find the city. The was looking for archaeologists understand. Now was just three layers down and nine litres down so what this means. Is that like for any archaeologist today. WHO's trying to figure out anything that's going on at troy try kind of screwed them over? I called one of these guys. His name is Brian Rose And he was a CO director of excavations at Troy for twenty five of years. He's not a fan of Schliemann so he didn't really know what he was doing. So there's a lot of information that we've lost on account of his speed and digging. When I look through his notebooks he'll say something like Byzantine building and debris found today dismantled now? That doesn't tell me if it's early middle late Byzantine what the building looked like was it. Many rooms was it only one room. What did he find there? It was just debris that was in his way debris that was in his way that Schliemann which is dig up and thrown a pile on the side yeah Schliemann excavated extensively and he had to put the earth that he removed somewhere. Schliemann dumped all the earth from his trenches is in the areas where I wanna dig and part of the reason that he wants to dig in. That area is because there might be writing there until she admits that very hard. Because there's all this dirt all these uprated ruins that are just on top of that area and it would take years and Brian says technology. That doesn't even exist now due to dig it up without doing more damage so you have twenty meters of dump through which you would have to go. In order to get to a deposit that might would have writing of Lebron's h date. That's something I'd love to be able to do but for now it's just too monumental and undertaking to do it One of the things that has always kind of bugged me about the story. Is that before Schliemann died. They actually figured out that he was wrong or they did. Yeah but he's still remembered to this day for discovering troy and one of the things I remember from that paper I wrote was that really ended up mad at him like like I was mad at him for. You're going to go visit troy and he messed it up for you these big-league kind of but when I talk to Brian about it. He's kind of Zen about it. I would certainly express frustration which Liman in the same way that an archaeologist digging troy and one hundred years would express frustration with me I like his attitude. Yeah I mean I think when you're an archaeologist you kind of have to take the long view. You're aware that people are going to come after you in there. No more than you. So you're very aware of your limitations and that's actually so your show today today on our program. We have all kinds of people going and digging up stuff from the past full of hope but definitely with the wrong stations and the search changes things. WBZ Chicago it's life. I'm IRA glass. Stay with us. They acquired family. We move now from the losers of the Trojan more to the winners or anyway the descendants of the winners the people of Greece. Here's the thing you probably didn't know about Greece. They don't have enough cemetery. Space and cremation is not very popular there. So what they do as when you die. You're buried in the ground and then three or four years later later your family gets together and digs up your bones get you out of the ground space somebody else. One of the producers of our show intimacies parents were both born in Greece. I just traveled there in September with them to do this for the very first time. We're in a rental car. Driving from Athens to a small village in the south called Stupa. Ah It's about four hours away. My Dad's driving. I'm in the front seat MOMS in the back on our way too stupid to exhume. My grandmother my father's father's mom my dad's talking about the cost of gas. How much money it'll cost to keep this car full of gas also other things about gas versus versus? I recognize this conversation not for its content. But Ford's design my dad extraordinarily kind and thoughtful person. He feels so much space with small talk. I hate small talk today. September nineteenth is my mom is sixty six birthday. We weren't supposed to exhume. My grandmother on my mom's birthday was supposed to happen tomorrow because of forecasted rain were doing it today what they gift for my birthday uh this will not be the last time she brings up her birthday may grandmothers spent the last third of her life dying. Her disorder was never successfully diagnosed. Kind of look like Parkinson's kind of looks like Huntington's but it was neither of those things a caretaker. A A distant cousin name Pretty Suda would come and change her diapers twice a day. Feed her baby food growing up. I was kind of afraid of my grandma she. He'd lost her ability to speak and she just kind of looked at me and Moan and cried Korea. One your head have you can control your you have gently knock available movements of your handsome phase and Korea is actually a Greek word. Yeah I mean it means I'm dancing. My mom says she's always answering questions for my dad. I think he prefers it that way. Remember Smith I took. My Mom. Didn't go with my Datu. His mother's funeral he went alone. I figured he'd be doing the second funeral. This reverse funeral alone too and while. I don't know what this process process. Looks like at all the thought of my dad. Zooming his mother's body by himself. It just sounded sad and so a few months ago I decided I wanted to go with him to be there for him. And my fantasy of I'd be by his side holding his hand patient curious even which isn't how it usually goes between us. My Dad doesn't talk about his feelings too often half the time. I think he doesn't even know what they are. But then when I'm around around him I get impatient. I guess this moment just seems really big like a chance for us to be different with each other but then when my mom. Tom Found out that I was going. She decided that she would come to. She doesn't WANNA pass up a chance to see me. She agreed to sit in the backseat. While I try talking to my dad about. We're on our way to go. Do in general not very comfortable in seven days I never was right. Most people are uncomfortable. People in cemeteries but for some reason. I just can't let it go. There must be reason. I don't believe Expected to say hi to say this back and forth so typical practically scripted. He tries to play along to engage. But I never think it's enough. Do you know what I did. Twenty eight actually. She was born in Nineteen twenty five but she is out. There should never smoked. I don't think she ever had any of what did she do. For Fun and cross-stitch friends very few. Uh depressed I Yeah I guess so I. I never thought in terms of the time but I guess your programs uh-huh she good mom I I S. fifteen years of the check engine. Light comes on in the rental oil Roy. It derails the rest of the car ride each conversation circling back to the potentially faulty engine We pull up to his family's village at to the woman who took care of my grandmother could Assu UH is waiting for us in her yard. I haven't seen her in five or six years. She brings us cool. Water keeps remarking on. How absolutely different? I look. I wouldn't didn't recognize you anywhere. She says then a different family friend. Saudi Arabia walks into the yard. Joins US you look exactly the same. She tells me you haven't aged at all signs of that. So much of what there is to talk about is how old each of us is what age looks like on us us and how we all wear it. What buster lacks an hour later? We walked to the graveyard. It's me my mom. My Dad be suited And so they really are is carrying recycled plastic water bottles full of vinegar. She's also carrying small white brushes. The kinds used to scrub dirty pots and pans village ran looks like a caricature of Mediterranean village. The roads aren't paved the homes are allstone. You can see the Mediterranean at a training see in the theater dismounts from anywhere the graveyard is connected to the church which is connected to the school. Everything is dusty. The grades grades are all white. The buildings are away. The grave digger is already at my grandmother's grave. If he's wearing blue overalls and a yellow T.. Shirt he has on a Yankees Cap. His name is Arturo Baseball. Isn't really a thing in this country. Can't imagine where he got the hat. My mom walks to the opposite end of the cemetery where she sits down on a stranger's grieve beneath some shade. She she doesn't want to see my grandmother's body. She says it's a small cemetery. Just a few dozen graves and they're also loved which makes sense. No one is buried for long here here. So as long as the bodies in the ground people come to visit each plot has photos on it bottles of beer and liquor potted plants candles Kamini them. Let my dad hobbles around inspecting the other graves to see who else has died since the last time he was here. They realize that whenever he recognizes the name he confirms research that Yes the person whose name is written on the gravestone is in fact dead in one of the grave is occupied by the priest. Who Bless my grandmother's body just a few years ago at her funeral she? Yeah but I just saw him. My Dad says at my mother's funeral he's dead. They all week. People have been saying to US abysmal. Inaccuracy which I understand as they hope she's melted such a strange way to say. I hope your grandmother's flashing Oregon's have finished decomposing. My taxi driver. Who picked me up from the airport? In Athens told me that it his aunts exhumation he'd had to wash the residual skin and blood off of her bones which is thought so unnerving. I don't think fully fathom debt. Still I stand beside the grave digger defiant as though to say even if none of you are going to look. I'm going to look the more than an hour. There's nothing to look at our tourist a- shoveling out rocks and dirt placing it all in a pile at the foot of the grave nice stand. They're sweating waiting for whatever is going to happen. My Mom keeps sitting on her shady grave. My Dad keeps reading the names off of headstones. Though he's he's running out of names. He recognizes growing up. This village like the rest of Greece was homogeneous everyone was related to everyone but now there are Balkan migrants living here retired Germans and breads even some experts from the US in Greece. They're called sandy strangers rangers father foreigners necks. Eventually he walks over to where I'm standing I think to check in on me you want takes kind of I'm kind of Numb. It's it's I have not seen the NAH Fed at all. He interrupts himself to say look. There's water to drink. And he walks away to the corner of the cemetery cemetery. Rookie Ceuta has set up a makeshift water station. Doug four or five feet down and switches to shovel out for what looks more like an ice. This pack getting close to the body now he says dad walks over to stand and with me. So does my mom comes over to which at first I find shocking. But it's not really she doesn't want to feel left out slowly. He says the coffin fire that they put on the clock right. Alexa hovered over arturo holding out a giant trash bag. She's collecting any pieces of coffin. That haven't disintegrated in the past few years ears. For a moment everyone is silent again. It's time Arturo says be very careful the body is ready you took your time looked like it so live. Polls my grandmother's head out of the ground and hands it the. There's still some hair on it but no skin she plus the hair off the skull. which isn't white like the fake skeletons? I remember from Science Class Stark Brown closer to black here with my grandmother's I sockets are filled with dirt studio rubs her skull clean with a scrubbing brush. She holds it up to us to look at pointing out my grandmother's gold teeth still intact. It's like she's saying see. It's really her or didn't have any store. Arterial keeps pulling out pieces of coffin and pieces of my grandmother. They're not connected to anything anymore. The most of these bones have come loose. He pulls out some ribs a shoulder bone. But I think is a femur but my mom says a clavicle collects ex- each bone one by one and lays them out in the sun. Ed Donahue decide. This was her left shoulder. Her she tells us see. You can still see the metal pin and her bone from when she got her surgery for the next twenty or so minutes. She reconstructs says much of the body as arturo can salvage. It's also bizarrely. DIY climbs into the grave with arturo midday to help pull out bones. Neither of them wearing gloves in Greece explains to me. We bury the dead with their heads pointing west. Because that's where the the sunsets and so that's where life ends and this process of exhuming it's conducted from the head down. The head comes out. I and Arturo works works his way down the body. The last thing that comes out or my grandmother's feet acces both of my grandmothers stocks. Thick wool are intact. This fabric doesn't disintegrate. She was buried in them on purpose so that they'd know when they've made it to the end. Those are her socks Guitar Miozzi Cochran let me go have precluded mind saying she's empty their sacks all their little bond from defeat can come out sealed the coach the healer the toll shunned or my goodness. We stand there for a moment. The increase to low wipe down each bone. It's jarring how practical this whole process is how unceremonious it feels to bury your loved ones and socks so that you'll know when you finished on burying their means he okay. Yeah okay this is not carry. This is going to be with me for a while while my dad says right as my mom says this is not scary I I feel annoyed with my mom for stepping on his answer on what he might have he said just so she can say that she's fine that she's not scared but then when my dad does have the space to tell me what he's feeling he can't seem to catch his breath call it's the skull all her bowl it's all her bones when it first came out it looked like a coconut because there we're still here on earth four okay he saying Fistula tells us that it's over we can go while we're away she'll keep scrubbing the bones I with water than with vinegar place them in a small box will go in a shed which holds the remains of all the other presidents of this graveyard many of them people. My grandmother grew up knowing some foreigners I asked to see the shed which really is just a shed like. We're a friend's DAD. Might keep his lawnmower except for this. One's got stacks and stacks smallpox. Isn't it some are labeled many aren't it doesn't seem like anyone visits this place. How does not a bastion? Mecha- shaw later will come back to the cemetery to watch a priest. One that's alive. Bless my grandmothers bones. One last goodbye but but for now we three me my mom and my dad we pile back into the rundle to drive to a neighbouring village. We're staying for the next few days and suddenly only my dad's starts to talk about his feelings and I just was. There was my mom. There was my mom at some point is I. I was expecting it to be. I don't know I feel peaceful. I was expecting I did not know what to expect I. I spent a lot of hours up of nights I just I hear what you're saying. I thought it was GONNA be upsetting. And it really wasn't it and that was at. It was over not as dramatic as we thought it would be assigned by in here in this car. All my family has. This is what we've always had. I start fussing over my dad's driving that signs up said the Hilo. You'll you'll go less luke's words and then I start feeling carsick. Every bad habit I have with my parents begins to bubble up and instead of doing the thing that I came here to do instead of engaging with my dad I become a kid again complaining about an upset stomach. It's here was I. Go ahead and good to not drive if we don't. I'm sorry if my stomach was this. Somebody's sitting melt is not going to have some is visit Dolphin. Listening to this car sticks out to me. Most is the moment my dad tries doing the exact thing I came degrees hoping for for he tries talking about his feelings and he probably would have. If I hadn't so quickly stopped listening. You have the phone and you can talk epica. Saddam say uh a couple of days later by last night in Greece with my parents. We decide to go out for dinner when we get to the restaurant. My mom pulled me aside to ask if I'm going to be good good tonight. If I'm going to be present I'm always present. I she says No. The only time I was president on this trip was at the cemetery. Otherwise I'm the same ever. We're all the same as ever. The only thing that's different really is we have one less day It's producer on our show that to next kindle sir showed it is about people unbear- in the past and we people leave us. They'll just leave behind physical objects be mad. I wound join me. Talk to a man about a digital excavation. Gloria Wayne was a voracious reader Hassan. Dave has vivid memories of when he was six or seven going living with her to the library in the world in northwest England. They made a trip to has. We'll library every couple of weeks returning and replenishing her stack of bird. Mills Awesome Boone Nobles. It was a habit. Gloria maintained all through her long life and so for Christmas back in twenty eleven. Hassan's got her a gift to aid in that habit. A kindle glory was suspicious of online security in general so they paid her kindle with Dave's existing account and added an unlimited limited subscription so she could read whatever she wanted whenever she wanted to read. It Elliott this year. Gloria died. She was eighty three years old aspect to Dave on the phone about his mom and we talked about the weird life admin that suddenly becomes super important after such loss one of the first things that are cuts and even it may be the most insignificant but my mom hated wasting money. He would absolutely go mad as sort of the next month subscription the canal and she wasn't around to use it so only hours after she'd gone and still in the days Dave went to do the responsible thing the thing he knew in his mom would approve of. Cancel the kindle subscription and then I'll just throw let-up look. What was that? So I clicked on C. Library and that the format sound three thousand forty six books and the and the time period it between Christmas. Twenty eleven when we bought the Kendall to a passing on they ballistic things she had purchased Over three thousand books. which was remarkable? Ready Dave had had an idea of his mum's literary interests a bookshelves contained a good amount of romance novels of the sort here remembered from childhood. He also used to get email notifications every so often remember. His account was linked to her kindle. All these years but he didn't really pay attention into what his mother was buying romance novels kind of expected. But but what's the was was a number of Trump's automatically really Jewish say Russia and it wasn't just the vanilla stuff it was a a real pick and mix of sexual expression. If you're listening with kids right now don't worry. This is not in any way X.. Rated I mean not wanting to throw a whole Cornucopia of acronyms at you but the MSN NFS FSN triple all kinds of different combinations Of Relationships and sexual encounters which was staggering. To be honest you know there was no one aspect there was no oh won't etc as she got thrown Sarah. It was a whole variety. Dave tweeted about both his mother's passing and his inadvertent inheritance of a library of what he described tongue in cheek as magnificently epochs lease. He concluded it with a tribute of sorts mother. He wrote a raise laws. Discovering the library may date curious peon mother shed similar tastes in music and film. Maybe they would be unlikely common ground here too. He decided to make a project of his discovery. He would delve into his mother's virtual stack of saucy literature. His words and maybe find one more thing they had in common. It wasn't a specially taxing. It was only a fatty show kind of thing. It was nineteen minutes jar in Denver. uh-huh so one hundred days on the run up cookie. Do you have exhibit title. was there any title that stuck out to you as just either abominably. Bad actually fantastically good to be honest enough. What's without doubt Spent by the Italian mob because it does what it says on the page looked will. It is literally about a girl who wants to be spanked by the Italian mob the beginning middle and the end the whole theories To be honest spanked by books about six or seven With this girl being spanked by variety of man they checked out the series. By the way it's by Alexis star the actual title Dave is thinking about is spanked by the Irish mob each book features just a heroin looking for a spanking and getting it from the Yakuza. A navy seal an unaffiliated mob boss and others as Dave read more books. He found himself enjoying some of them enough that he started to have a few favorites opposing breaks was a was an am Roman quite. That's I quite like the playful nature of the title that was written by Ian. Then I did like dot great deal I one called by on you. Omar Cassettes Omnia CPAs in Manhattan and that was very good indeed as well which was a lighter tone and slightly. He left an explicit nature trail now that the hundred book challenges over Davis kept his mum's subscription going and he's still reading books they're a reminder that his mom was more than just his mom she was a real whole person with her own. Quiet obsessions in reading these books. Do you feel is it helping is in any way a bomb for you. Yeah because it keeps a spirit present You know you find yourself almost having a conversation while you read them you know. You read a particularly Horrific and you think good grief from the what were you doing and so yeah you tend to extend not relationship and while we never happened Memory more visit. According today. His mom was a homebody and eighth decade after a lifetime of working hard. Gloria like to stay home watch a bit of murder. She wrote and enjoy smutty novels. Finding a library is a confirmation that his mom always as did whatever the hell she wanted more than anything else it just makes him admire her more The amount of dishes are show coming up the hipbones connected to the actually. It's not connect to anything in this case like nothing at all. That's in a minute Chicago public radio when our program continues support for this American life comes from state farm state farm agents know that sometimes life throws everything at you at once like fender bender. When you're already late when it comes auto and home insurance state farm agents are ready to help you can talk to your state farm agent via text over the phone in person or using the state farm APP which is Super Handy with voice activated commands? That let you see your bill. GET CLAIM UPDATES or call an agent and with more than nineteen thousand agents. There's one close this to you. 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The man trying to puzzle out was a naturalist and professor in England named Robert Plot. He writes about it in this beautiful fool. Meticulous book the Natural History of Oxfordshire published in sixteen seventy seven curious bone rights was quote dug out of a quarry in the parish of Cornwell. Well given to me by the ingenious Thomas Penniston here is that it seemed to be some part of thighbone except way too big. It measured two feet and weighed almost twenty pounds. This is the sixteen hundreds and no one in the world that a good explanation for a bone that big pot rights for almost nine pages in his book about the strange bone and he is methodical and trying to reason out. What the HECK IT IS I? He considers the possibility that maybe it's not a bone at all but just a natural girl rock formation which is admirable. It's so easy to jump to conclusions but more studies. It really does seem to be part of a colossal muscle bone. That has the capita FA- Morris Inferior and quote the seat of the strong ligament that rises out of the Thi- give safe passage to the vessels descending thing into the leg and then inside the bone. There's what looks like marrow. He can see the marrow preserved inside but what in the world was at from quote it will be hard to find an animal proportional to. He writes he runs through the possibilities. Eliminating them one by by one horse oxen to small he considers something other people have suggested the maybe the bonus from an elephant perhaps brought over during the Roman invasions background fifty ad. He spends two pages on this possibility but it seems unlikely to him. He's clearly read through lots of historical stoorikhel accounts quote Suetonius in his life where he is very particular concerning this expedition into Britain. Mentions no such matter. There wasn't one elephant. His true true he writes sent as a present to King Henry. The third from the King of France in the year twelve fifty five and perhaps two or three other elephants brought England for show since then but quote whether whether it be likely any of these should be buried cornwell let the reader judge off. The bone is from an elephant. He writes where are the tusks finally. Finally as he's writing it he explains that an actual live elephant comes to town which he examines and decides no elephant bone completely different shape definitely not elephant. And here you can feel him starting to piece things together. He's on the edge of seeing this thing. He mentioned other large large bones after the great fire in London in sixteen sixty six under the wreckage of Saint. Mary will church quote. There was found a thighbone now to be seen at the king's head tavern in and Greenwich in Kent Much bigger longer than ours and also people had been finding unusually large teeth. In fact people have been finding unusually large bones for centuries. There's one account by Chinese scholar from the three hundred BC but none had a satisfying explanation is remarkable reading. Robert Plot's booked think how close he was such a stunning fact about life on this planet. But you know a lot and still not see sometimes. You don't don't even know what you can't see. You just can't imagine the possibility of it. Even when you're holding the thing in your hand by the end of the section of the book plot it has reason out the one remaining possibility the only thing that makes any sense to him bones. They must have come from giants people just a little bigger which I have to say way more sensible than the truth. David Kestler Baum is executive editor of our program. Pot Biden. Sixteen ninety-six people didn't and figure out the whole dinosaur thing for another hundred years. The bone pot positive. who was lost a long time ago? But from the drawings scientists think that it was a megalosaurus Cornwall. Some one hundred seventy million years before him and he has a five on that for revision. Revision quest so we enter show today with somebody who dug up bones from past and then years later went back to the same site to pick them up again. Burton explains Jill's husband died. A few years ago they met in nineteen seventy when Joel was sixteen and he was forty seven and in spite of the age difference they were passionate about each other from the start. It was a happy marriage. That's one way to tell the story. Here's another Jill's husband died. A few years ago they met in nineteen seventy when she was sixteen and he was forty seven. She was a student and one evening after class last kissed her. They started sleeping together. You might call him a Predator or say he abused power but everything turned out. Okay it was a happy marriage chills writer. Her full name is Jill Cement and years ago when she was in her forties she published a memoir. That told the story the first way. Now she's reading that story again and considering it from the second angle not to correct the record. She's trying to understand why she wrote her story the way she did. The first memoir called half a life. The one she's writing now is called the other half when I wrote half alive ridgely. You know I wrote this thing from the depth of my heart. I was supposedly telling the truth which I really deeply believed I was. But with the beginning of the metoo movement it was was a kind of catalyst that made me think. What if I told my story again from this vantage point from the vantage point of being sixty six from the vantage point of the world having completely changed Jill knew exactly where she wanted to start by writing down the story of their first kiss which he wrote about it when she was in her forties is not how she remembers it today? Here's what she remembers today. The night of that Kiss Jilin. Arnold teacher were in an art studio. Oh it was an evening class. Most of the other students were retirees. The class it ended and Joe was alone with Arnold and for the past six months he'd been doing things like saying. I wish you were older. And you know not making sexual advances but certainly making me aware he was attracted to me and I was completely attracted to him. And all I did was fantasize about him and so we went into a studio supposedly. He was going to give me. The names of people it was about to drop out of high high school moved to New York to be an artist and he was going to give me the names of other artists. Who would become maybe mentors or higher miss and assistant and as we got into the room I remember? He took my wrist in pulled me towards him and we kissed. And you know I look back back and I realized I hadn't written it that way. Okay I had written it as if I had been the sexual aggressor. Could you go ahead and read the how you describe the scene half life absolutely on the last night of art class. I Donald in the hall until the other students were finished as soon as they were gone. I slipped back into the classroom and shut the door behind me Arnold. I was leaning against the window. Frame arms folded is shut yawning. This time I approached him without a hint of coyness. Without the spark of a blush I am button. The top three buttons of my peasant Blouse crossed the ink splattered floor and kissed him. What why did you write it that way in nineteen ninety six? I don't know I think. Think I viewed myself as an I. I always have I viewed myself as someone who was always in charge. I never felt powerless And so maybe a way of the illustration that was to make me the sexual aggressor at least as far as the kiss went. But I I have. I don't honestly know I mean that's why I'm writing this whole book to try to figure out why it seemed the true thin I would never have done it purposely. Okay did soon the truth when I wrote it. Nine hundred ninety six why it seemed the truth. There is what interests me one reason it. It seemed like the truth. was that later Jilin. Arnold slept together for the first time. She was the one who seduced him. She certain that they both were but that I kiss when I look back on it he did instigate this and I don't know if I would have had the nerve at sixteen than later for Seventeen to acted upon all the things that I acted upon without him being the initial instigator in making taking yourself the instigator. Were you protecting him you know I don't think so i. Aw I think that I was trying to tell the truth of my own desire. I saw him. I wanted him and I went after him And I don't think I knew how to reconcile that with the idea that he kissed me. I in her forties. Jill wanted to write a love story of love across a great age span. This kind of story. It's almost always told from a man's point of view. Joe Wanted to write it from the perspective of the young woman and also not make her the victim and even though Gills still emphatically does not see herself as victim. Some of the choices she made in writing her first memoir more seem startling to are now like her account of a letter Arnold Center after they slept together. Dear Jill. Are you ever coming back to class. When she didn't respond he called her and the first memoir Joe plays the anecdote for laughs? The first time it's treated like of course it's funny. What forty seven year? Old Man is going to write a little girl at her house when her mother can open the mail but when I rewrote at this time what I saw was I saul a forty seven year. Old Man having made love to seventeen year old girl after which he doesn't hear from her for a month month. He writes a letter to her house. Soliciting her again in this sort of you know fake love letter and when he doesn't hear back from that little girl again he calls her now in today's world we would see that as a Predator going after an underage girl and when I think about that I'm totally shocked. I'm shocked I didn't see that the first time time but you know the end of story really really makes you change the beginning and so I think that that's part of it. I think that part of the reason that I wrote it. This way is because I was having a wonderful marriage and part of the reason I wrote this sway was because in nineteen seventy when all this stuff was happening wasn't as appalling for an older man to do this back back in nineteen seventy. Nobody ever said to Jill that they saw anything appalling and Arnold's behavior at least not directly. Here's the thing I can't I mean I remember going to a party one one time when we were first going out where the hostess served everyone Martinez me a glass of milk. So I'm I'm sure people noticed K.. When you look back at the first book she was struck by the part? She left out parts of scenes the messier more revealing parts but other emissions to to ones that are more profound like about her father. who was the exact same age as Arnold? Most of the first book is actually about Jill's. Father she only meets Arnold about two thirds of the way through by that point her father and moved out she rarely saw him. He was troubled and explosive and incapable of emotional. Oh connection essentially absent from her life. I found her writing about him. Wrenching but weirdly incomplete. It was just so clear that you're our teacher was a substitute for your father in so many ways and you don't write explicitly about this in half alive and I wonder if you could talk talk about why you know. I can't believe I didn't do. I mean I'm doing it now in this version it at forty five five. It seemed obvious and the obvious. In those days I believed made things less literary gardeners Y. Okay with that's what I believed and I just don't think it's true anymore and I think the idea that a fatherless author Lewis girl goes out and finds them a father and then uses that man to heal themself of having never been loved by an older man. I mean maybe I didn't know how to handle it at that age. Maybe it was impossible to do what both my father and my husband were alive. What has reexamining your story like this done to to your picture of your husband or your memories of him or your perception of your marriage? ORIG- well I mean it it. It changes the picture because I can't now look with him without realizing the lines that he crossed and at the same time. I'm really glad that we cross those those lines. I really question a lot of these. You know these these inferences that it is always wrong. It wasn't wrong for me and it will never change my feelings about being an amazing marriage. What what things do you say in the new book? That might have been hard for him to read. Oh my God the whole thing. Yeah I mean I I would never have written this book. If he was alive. I mean it would be so hurtful like in in half a life life. He seems like he has always been a successful older man and to describe him as somebody who had a midlife crises. Jason was struggling to find himself again. I think would have been really painful for him to read. Arnold was a painter. He was struggling doing as an artist. One you'll met him but he flourished in the years that followed it's interesting To hear you say that the thing Arnold would be hurt it by is the depiction of him as a struggling middle aged man and not the questions about his role as possible Predator or aggressor. I I don't think he would. I mean I don't think he ever thought of me but maybe he did. Who knows? Okay I think that he never thought of me as someone who wasn't as strong as him. Yeah and I and so I think he would be. I think he'd be shocked and surprised by these nuances in which I'm looking back at our relationship the questions Joel's asking about what she included in what she left out about what she realizes now that she didn't back then those questions interest me Because their questions. I'm asking myself right now to. I'm almost exactly the same age as Jill was when she wrote half life and I have a memoir coming out in a few months. The book tells the story of my adolescence but I assume it reveals just as much if not more about who I am now at forty six then who I was at sixteen gene it's about the eating disorders that defined my teenage years and if I'm being honest my adulthood to until recently recently. I'd never talked about the stuff with anyone so in that way. The book is very exposing. The maybe what's not there is just as revealing. I know there's a lot I can't see and I wanted to talk to Jill about that. I know that if I'd waited another five years I would understood more and sometimes I wonder should have waited to tell my story until I understood it better but I don't I I don't think I don't think I understand. Ny story any better than I did it forty five. Okay Yeah I look back at my forty five year old self and I think Oh my God she. She didn't have this information. I I see how young I was at forty five. I look at my forty five year old self in much the same way that my forty forty five year old self looked at my sixteen year old self. And it's you know it's it's a kind of compassionate view of who you were before you had all the information. Yeah when you think about yourself forty five how do you see your forty five year old self now now differently than she saw herself At that point I I was still thinking about the ascent of life you know I was still moving in this this forward motion. I was at the maybe at the height of my powers and when I look back at that I realized how how delusional that is. You know what happens is is your writing at forty five from all the information experience that you've had what I didn't have was the experience of taking my husband. All the way to death in her new book Gills. Not just exploring the beginning of her relationship. She's reading about the end of it to you. It's the second that can part of sleeping with your professing. It's the you know the part in a we're suddenly you go from being the young lover to the caretaker and that's an entirely different transition taking someone to death. That's the most extraordinary experienced. There is and so in some ways who kissed whom I seems really small in in the the length of this journey. Jill always thought that the more interesting to write memoir would be to return again and again to a monumental moment in a life rather than telling the story in order all the way through revisiting. 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UFC Vegas 13 Post-Fight Show: Glover Teixeira Submits Thiago Santos In Headliner

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UFC Vegas 13 Post-Fight Show: Glover Teixeira Submits Thiago Santos In Headliner

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Where a lot of people thought he won that fight kind of the uncrowned champion suffered a plethora of injuries not fight basically tore his left knee to shreds amongst other injuries. Taking on a surging glover to share and in the end global Gets rocked a couple of times. He battled through each and every time at forty one years of age and gets it done with the rear naked choke in the third round water. Freak and fight your thoughts on tonight's main event and the performance of one glover to share. It was awesome. Man it was a good fight. I thought it was the better fight of the night. I'm sure we're gonna talk about the bonuses later But after the fight. I thought that was a lot for fight of the night had pretty much all the makings of geog santos performance outside of him just tearing through opponents because let us not forget before lost john jones was rattling all these winds over like eric. Anders jimmy man current champion yang behove. It's like you just come alec bat outta hell like i remember i was. I did a preview. show sean. i'll shoddy before. I think it was the John jones fight. And we've comparing him to like it's like a a weed whacker with chainsaws at the end of it instead of the the little strain so General santos is unpredictable. Violent human being a gloved share just somehow survived the onslaught that. I think a lot of people were surprised that he did survive. Considering he's he's been put away by by bye by attacks like that from anthony johnson John jones obviously put him away. Just be kinda beat the soul out of them So we've seen love to share succumb to these these sorts of attacks and not only did he survive. He took tiago santos completely out of his game to put him on his back. survived more onslaught after more on on so after onslaught turned the tide in ended up submitting him in the third round said. Oh yeah awesome. Foreign some glover a really awesome forest in chicago. Santos's clever got done. Took took juggle right out of his element. Put him on his back in. casey what did you think of this. Tippy top fight to oh five. I pretty much predicted it. I mean i thought it was gonna be like a third or fourth round. Tko ended up being a submission so aka kind of got that one right. But i said he'd get dropped and being some big trouble early but man no matter how big those shots were early on. He just kept going for that. Takedown was taken elbows to the face kept going and finally got a transition right into mountain. The fight just kind of kept going that way through the second round in the third round of gets dropped again. I was like oh my god. You gotta be kidding me and then turns it over. Get a submission and we're out. So what did you think of his performance in the fight overall. Well we just We we saw an amazing fight. I believe it was by the night Jose said that. I had everything at high stakes grappling wrestling striking comebacks. Now almost finishes comeback within rounds. I mean they went from a round goes to a ten nine for glover. So that was a great rounds. You know in and but not surprised. I mean if i it was kind of like what what we expected if if jet was gonna win that fight as kind of how he wins and i thought santos was gonna. I predict the glover's going decision much. But i But i think science kinda thing. I don't know gassed out but Man that third ground when he dropped glover and then he went to the grounding. No stand up up. Stand up man so Just a big strategic error. I fell from santa from santa's after he dropped levering the beginning of the third round but a holy moly leverage to so good. That's the that's all. Just maybe maybe the most underappreciated least light heavyweight in in all ufc for sure so as you guys can probably tell as good as the main event was. It was not the first night fighter. I went to high on your barcellos. Soclean tau which is an excellent fight right by. It was not the best fighter the night. But that's neither here nor there Dana white did speak the espn. After the fight he said basically. Here's what glover saying about wanting a title shot and he's not wrong but that's as far as it went and so i guess my groceries. Jose is where does he go from here because it seemed like the bells and whistles were there for this fight when it was first booked until a week ago when dana white announces that behove which is gonna fight israel at sonya in it appears of as if glover no matter how many fights in a row he's won. How many finishes has got to wait a little while if his next fight is going to be for the belt so do you think he'll just wait to see how things play out here. Does he just say you know what. I'm going gonna stay active. Gimme another fight. Like what do you think's going to happen. I think a few years ago. I would take maybe taking a fight. Maybe maybe a fight or two just in case someone got hurt. He could stay on schedule. Maybe hop in. But he's on the wrong side of forty. I don't think you want to take any fights At this at this age and this part of his career in risk these tile shots. He's he's worked so hard to get. I mean you put all the work you lose leg. We've said we've seen glove share strength winds together and like like if he had beat anthony. Johnson he probably would've thought daniel army he's had all of these Lost thirteen seconds to two so that went out the window. But he's had these these runs where he's one win away and then he falls he comes up short or he gets beat by corey anderson or phil davis or he he has to restart and they not only do they do they have to restart kinda gets He starts back at the bottom ali. If you look at some of the fights take coming off losses. They're not the biggest names that are not the most exciting names to it he. He's the usually doesn't give them any breaks like one loss all of sudden back at the starting point so i found gloves risk this spot. I earned it. I did enough. I clearly beat the number one contenders dominic reyes after fi. Job perhaps koso-. If lajos in izzy do have to fight in march and that fight is insane and someone gets hurt. Maybe glover doesn't wanna fight. Maybe we wait for that fights playoff. If i'm glad share i waited out. I've done more than enough to fight for the title at this point. Casey is global shares. Best bet that israel out of sonya like prices himself out of this title fight so that they can slide him in like. Is that like the best case area. Right now i think lover screwed. I think you should just when when when when i said that glover may be the most underappreciated fighter light heavyweight. It's really a euphemism for saying that you have seizures doesn't care about him. He's a really good but they're never gonna give him the benefit of doubt. I guess you know you know. Yeah you did lose his john jones. You know whatever. It's been twenty twenty nine twenty years but it's been a long time is up by happened. He is clearly. He is clearly earned his title a another shot at the crown again. But i just don't think he has the personality or just the wants to push because he's just a nice guy that beat the crap out of people and then he doesn't talk you just doesn't he doesn't move that needle. Uc wants to doing. And i i think. Actually i disagree of jose if if glover's gonna get a title shot and actually shot. He has to make it like some tony. Ferguson type streak. He's gonna have to buy the winner of year. He Race right that that He's gonna fight that winter. And then who knows what happened to that. Because and now of izzy tying up the the the the title or potentially time the title. This is crazy. Busy wins then just going to be on. Hold for a while because you'll go back to eighty five so you got john jones heavy right. Remember going on everywhere. I honestly i think i think leverage screwed i just i don. I don't think there's anything you can do to get title shot. I mean freaking said it. Oh yeah you totally earned it. And that was like yeah. Yeah yeah so he's not wrong. He's that that was that he's not wrong. It was just fine glover's like come on dude come on like you're going to give the title shot to outta sonya come out. I'm forty one years old and then he's like you know. Thank you dana. Thank you for giving me this to you love. Ufc love everybody. Thank you very much in blows everybody kiss. It was just such a sweet move by share classic classic to share a great win for him We had the knots. The fight of the night is i went to get your cat. Say in alexander romanov man. I'm very excited to see. Remond often see where he goes into separate division. But those watching right. Now leave your thoughts questions about the card in the chat. We'll get some very soon. But i will talk about the coal main event. Although we'll we'll do so briefly andrea laskey plays spoiler once again earns a unanimous decision over. Tanner bosia certainly not the most exciting fight in the world. Jose orlowski very very smart definitely landed the bigger shots throughout the fight in and got the win. So how did you score that one jose. And what did you think of the fight in general. Because i'm not the best in the world. I didn't really score it at all when it was happening. I just went the end of the fight. I just like. I think under law school one. Just because i remember more of what he did than what. Tanner poser did what is just. That's how Under- alaska's winds have gone lately like his his win. Against tanner. bose is when against bland's is winning. Been rothwells winner against stephens struve. Who's before Beanie winnings diaper thing. So those are like his last few wins and they're all decisions and they're heavy decisions. They're not slava offers. Like like we all have these rosy memory of his fight against travis browne. That was just insane that he won but then like his last. Few losses have been like a destruction at the hands of jersey neurosis. Drink gusta sky while harris Tied to vasa in ghana. Who steep a josh barnett over like. He's losing violently and losing badly and then he's just pulling off these decisions that aren't like dominant. Well put together decision wins. He's doing just enough. Which is which is all you need. Well win is a win. You got all your the rest of your paycheck if you went But it is what it is. It's just like i said these are the type of winds andrea lawsuits pulling off in two thousand and twenty. But he's again he's on the other side of forty and still winning in the ufc in two thousand twenty can knock him for what he's done. Casey is scored for tanner buzzer. Maybe just because you know we do our little pin thing on our side channel and had gotten a nod perfect night with pick so kinda bummed about that either as a may. How did you score the fight in. I guess one of the questions. I had coming out of it was. Do you feel like tanner. Bozo is a little star struck here because he talked about in the media day how honored he was to find a guy like andrea. Lobski was gonna take him very seriously but it was a little star struck. I mean we've seen this happen times before. I mean our laskey is not you know st bay or dc. But still. i mean guys former champions been around a long time no Starstruck is the right word. Proposer her out to the score Discord for our laskey. I thought Basically I scored the heavier punches by law ski over the volume of lake. Kicks for buzzer. And that's gonna be very subjective really the reason why i didn't give it to buzzer because Are asking just has a really good poker face and even though using those kicks. He wasn't showing visible. Damage was limping switching stance. He's just seem to eat them. Move on of it. So because of that The big punches are loss. You were landing. Seemed more significant so a went damage. But i had no. I would have no issue If those won that by By dipak loss game my picks. So maybe not i think those. You're you're right now. I pay to win a boring decision though. I thought it was right in that day. I is so good at even he might. Even though he may lose the fight he will make his opponent fight as at his pace because maybe skis just didn't intimidating looking guy. I don't know but guys just don't want to get out by him and buzzers just seem to be really afraid of getting knocked out. I think and Even though our law ski in the shoe ones windows last like real finish was nothing. It was nothing. Brown won. The travis brown. I said so what does a decade ago. Two thousand fifteen but yeah. It felt like a decade ago. Yeah so over five years since so clearly. I guess the reputation as far as our lonski having one punch knockout power or something carries over. Maybe those highlight reels really work but yeah it's it's i think we're gonna really take away from. This fight is that it's just a learning lesson. Proposer that he's just got a go for more. I guess so jose. What do you like this is kind of. I think the kind of built us as a setup fight for bolger to sort of get to that next level test him to see where he's at as he atop fifteen heavyweight. Can you go beyond. That didn't really pass. Tonight's test in fact he didn't at all because he lost the fight. But where does he go from here. Do you think he guy. Yeah do you think he could be a top ten guy or is this is not the place for him right now. I mean is the heavyweight. Division Anyone could be a top ten if you if you can string a couple of wins together. But he's got to have five murray's green. I'll do your job for you for your onto the next like they already have the the war between them. They ran in there. That run into with each other to fight or hotel at one of their vegas cards. Tried to fight each other on fire island. They tried to make that fight. And did it happen so They're both coming off losses. So i don't see why they don't put us. He doesn't pull the trigger now because they both wanted the fight already ready and now it actually makes say made sense then. It makes more sense now. So yeah ten he. I'm not gonna say he doesn't belong on. You've see because he's clearly does he has a couple. He has some good wins. But who's he lost to loss. Watts gone Who lose like really good fighters and he's beating everyone else so yeah Bozo versus merged green koze bosses on the fights make. Yeah i mean. Obviously i didn't mean like that exposure very talented. And i don't want him to take my words around way because he'll come right after started campaign of people hate on me on twitter but there are a lot of people even though he is against this talk for a long time now and he kinda craps on and every time he's asked about this a lot of people feel like you could drop the to. Oh five i think razi people who believe we can do that. Sure i mean it looks like what the six one six two two thirty. i mean. it won't be out of the question but it's it's up to him like i'm not gonna tell him what to do. Yeah no no no way. And i'm not asking you that either inner more screen. I like i like that idea. Maybe give him the greg hardy fight. Who knows that's that's not a bad idea either. But why not do our law skiing greg. Hardy they're coming off wins they're both at. Att ish as true earning again. Is that a teenager Guys that just trying to the same roof. Yes well i mean. We've seen it before plant manager. That's tough that's tough to talk me camps within And i know what you're saying. Yes but I don't think He didn't ask me about muth romance. But i don't. I don't think. I don't think this is necessarily as far as how the ufc looks at buzzer. I think he's in the same position. If you wanna get. If you've got his hand raise. I think you know yeah. Bigger more more money bigger paycheck but like next week. We have What's the main event worthy and Our Main next week either way two guys you coming off or coming off losses you know so within next week now versus a comma where the guy versus versus chaos williams. Oh the event. Holy crap castle in the. Yeah they are. I get those two confused. All the time and their personalities could not be more different. Okay but okay. What a loss in the like this. I think heavyweight. I think those are fine. I think he'll get hill. 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I think lover has the best chance of actually being the best in that division But do get the title shot. You gotta put got Quote butts in seats with that term houston main but you got to move. The needle. glove doesn't move the needle for the ufc. So alkyl i. We'll go to over as a really interesting question interesting. Unfortunately it gets thrown in there. I don't think y'all gonna middleweight. Ever again i have a feeling he's gonna move up to light-heavyweight now that john jones is out of that division So your maryland. Glover would probably be fighting in the same division. I don't imagine them fighting for title anytime soon. Fighting each other for a title anytime soon so I would say glover based solely on circumstances rather than the actual fight like if he wins and then he doesn't want to light heavyweight and he just gives it up and gloves all of a sudden just fighting for a vacant title. He could win that for sure. I don't think he going to be champion. But she could fight for the. I think we have a better chance to sing over. And fight for the title before glover's sheriff. I don't think that way. And so based on who could have a goal belt around their waste i. I'd probably say glover because he actually has that spot right now as he could barely find for title next. Did you just glover versus yoel romero to a five. That's what i heard like that fight. I mean i'm not gonna say no. I never mind just like that's pretty cool. Yeah i mean you're americans. Anyone light heavyweight would be a fun fight like it'd be interesting like if they book you all against like a topic if book like y'all versus tiago santos in ya'll back like puts them away like he might be like automatically the next the next what he might even skip glover to title shot. Just because ratchet ratchet has four or five or something like that if if glover's knock if glover wants a fight between them and now it'd probably be as ratchet or if they just want thrown mueller america's who's after Who's after ratchet jerry. He's both in after that. It's like a mishmash of like balkan. Anthony smith nikita krylov johnnie walker Off so pretty much anyone from the Five up glover's we'll have to fight again. Yeah or the winner of i think. Probably the winner of russia's versus brassica especially anyway just doesn't have a fight and i know he's he's i know he's higher than jerry so if they wanna make like three four fight or two three fight like tragic wants doesn't have a fight he fights glover 'cause Honestly i would. Not i might even favor. Rashy cover to share justin. How much of a freak. That dude is inside the inside. The octagon how much he gets better. So i like that fight too. Which is why if i'm glove. I'm not fighting this twenty eight year old kate in his prime. You might title shot governor jerry like in the complete opposite position of israel a few weeks ago because it was i was any of so many options this is great and to share it has so many options and they're all bad because the lowest option right now is the title shot. It's crazy but it is what it is and it was a great win for him. He deserves it off and if the wants to pull an audible. I would not complain but i doubt that's going to happen. So why don't we check in again. I don't think they're gonna have glover to share 'cause as casey subscribed he's just a nice guy who's a good fighter doesn't talk trash at doesn't move the needle the only other person that's like the top five is the champion. The john i don't think they're gonna bowl israel at assigned who's probably the most exciting fighter across the board in terms of fighting style and personality to book john. Boho vich ungloved to share awesome find delaney. also come on they will do all the talking head. Promos like side by side with arms around each other. It'd be the friendliest talk a great camp hope. Just hope your family's grave. I fi- merry christmas. Yes we're not literally then tonight. At night. That i i don't think he's ever done it. But instead of any performance awards. I like it should have been just to fight of the nights. I thought i would have given performance kick knockout. I passing it was nasty. But that was showcase fight against a guy would come in a week's notice yet. I just think giga 'cause he has such a high pedigree and kickboxing and like you've seen all of his post by press conferences. After because i'm such mark forget. Your cats Andre i i was such a fan of him in pro in when he was in glory that i've been at his last few post-fight scrums and he's pissed. He's like visibly mad at his varmints. Because he doesn't finish his opponent so now he finally has won the game Noord he's been every single time. I just feel bad for ourselves in taha. Just the dow search a good fight It's just a great. But the reason i love is like that because you're looking at these guys fight and is still highly technical but it i look at you look at their is. These guys are fighting. has if they're gonna. They're about the die in their their death. You just get that feeling like no matter where i taught just taking all these punches. I do talk your way to toughen. You need to go down. And then he's still putting a good hurt and back on Barcella so man. I just i just feel behalf. What i just got happens page egg. I think nothing. I hope you see drops. It will he they got. They got foreign students right. Now get fifty. G's who fifty gps for fight of the night the night scientists then india. I want to make more money instead. I just spending fight of the night. Night in tahoe. I think that's the like even if he's gonna lose that's a forest you need because members last fight. He missed white andy pot. He missed way he lost me. Yeah oh and so. He hasn't thought a long time. Oh that's the fight you need you come off you lose your need that performance like like we calmed saying Like todd didn't lose any credibility in the eyes of the fans after that performance. That like If he's gonna lose that's eludes especially after last month's i can't remember if he lost but knowing you want it one i won't anything on mission. It's an hour away because he missed way. An pops so alike gets fines does against win. Bonus he's out forever so yet but good on him for putting out good fight for It was it was a banned substance. I know that. I don't know what the actual it wasn't like i don't think it was a diuretic or anything but i'm not again. I'm not hundred. Okay just one just one thing. One of those was He took them all maybe. He took medicine to reduce swelling. So it was a bad but i don't think it was a pd. Jack it's one of the turns out your take advil. You're not yet one of those things. I gotcha question. Do we go to the To the to the peace tonight fights. It's was a good card. Though i was look like i felt like the prelims were dragging. And then i remember. Every single fight has been stoppage. Why is taking forever. I realized i was like three third round stoppages so it felt like they were all decisions. Yeah the patient was a little off to it was is having to cod. only laugh cheese senors is having to heirs overrated Thousand ask for that that was rant were me's is as name Mac to growing yet to growing shots he was he was dry. Heaving in the cage his face was all busted up and then he lost near as bad as reminiscent of thought that i was like again. Sounds like mma like wow. It was the same exact thing i was just like. Oh man just like johnny campbell is exactly the same thing with your ears just hanging off so from an elbow to like just just narrowly. My favorite part was when they re the rest. Stop the fight and ramiz. What what what. And why they stop it. And he's going. This year is going to go. I had to look him up. 'cause i didn't know who i will. I recognize the name. I couldn't remember if it was because he had fought in the four. Because i like watched the prelims fight. He hasn't fought in like more than almost in almost two years or something like that. I like his usa debut. The last time we fought. Casey casey kennedy was headlining. The elevator car. I looked it up. You can't four wins in the sense that so Yeah he's been out for. He's bound for a minute. I dunno four but out for that long. Come back and have your ear ripped off. Its sucks that sucks. His debut got like booked in re books. Like three or four different times to a max look really good tonight. Like he kept switching stances. Very active wrestling defenses really good allah ramiz. Didn't really shoe for any takedown super surprising. Because that's what he does. He takes you down in submit you Goodwin for max Do we think dana changes his mind and books to share versus mehovic or will dana do versus john in my mind. He needs coaches for tough. Thirty I don't think i don't think either of those options are going to be tough dirty coaches. I mean if you izzy. Maybe john jones. That's something i honestly think they're gonna do. Koby mas coaches. i would put a lot niagara. Yeah that's that's i think. End up happening. But we'll see i don't even know how they're going to pull this off in a in a pandemic like i know bobble and hotel and all that stuff like is colby mazda. All going to be there to like. Are they gonna be in the gym with these guys are going to be on a screen doing zoom colin coaching cars. This all gonna work. That's what i'm curious about by janitor question joseph. At least from my opinion your take. I don't think there's any chances happens unless he just wants like quote unquote deontay wilder. Money and doesn't get it. That's other mad. I don't see any changes. Find any what would you rate it from like one to ten jose that actually has a change of heart in goes with meritocracy here zero zero. You're very rare zero percent zero percent. I bet if anything gloves share could wayne as a replacement like michael chandler. Because remember i was talking with Who was rick lee. Who works in the behind the scenes you have see i was talking to him for a little bit and remember when brad's avars fought. Izzy weighed in as a replacement. In case brad virus couldn't fight so we were that close to getting israel at sign inside of scientists. Middleweight for five route. So i bet they could do. The i glover could weigh in as a backup for one of them Like like the michael chandler and like all like fourteen. Other people happen to do that. Same car like we were finding out things. Were going on So yeah i could see glover. Maybe doing that. But i don't think they're going to officially make blah hovis vs share champion gets top billing and yawn versus is because it'd be for light heavyweight so easy would still get the blue corner So yeah i. They're not going to book an official. If anything to share. Probably be a replacement standby jemma fighter. They're gonna make a the special guest referee opted. I feel like if there's one guy live Division that'd be a good referee it would be glove to share faira fair for. He's also like to argue like he's like say something say something the deal. He'll help you up. You know you've i think to share. He will be used as a leverage by the by the by danai so like whatever is he is. I want this amount of money and is like ways to sheriff. Take over this amount. you know. He'll i the only reason. I see to share getting this mike gilbert burns and i'm i'm i'm thinking of Eubanks remember remember you when you banks ship django. We're going to headline msg something like his. I wrote that story where Jar went off dan away. Who's telling the story of as you call them away from like a parking lot and was like pacing the parking lot screaming at him. It didn't it was like goddamn like let's go She missed white. Yeah god yes. I don't think it's going to happen. Unfortunately but we'll say what else got. Here's a little preview for onto the next one ha giga chicago. Versoal in hodge to stay. Active hall is healed up for injury. Let's make happen. I i'm i'm a no as well no i don't wanna see Gave he was talking about arnold madly. Start off talking about arnold alum. I was like. I want bike. That's an awesome fight. Both guys undefeated you have see like in the prime of their careers like that they're awesome like propel moving forward. He's like arnold. Alan was supposed fight. Jeremy stevens jeremy stevens fell out so aren't allow didn't have an opponent. So maybe i should find jeremy stevens next and i was like what us stupid. Call out all arnold alan. If you're gonna do that the undefeated fighter or via edson barboza. I've been saying that since of our bozo dropped on featherweight. I've been wanting that fight engage it. Call them out. And then they fought on the same card twice twice twice and they haven't fought each other. Come on make that fight to me. Here's here's what's going to happen okay. Because i thought it was brilliant with the call out because he said i offered Because he was offered the fight with when stevens dropped out there. And that's raising even got on this card because he was offered the fight with arnold. Alan alan's fights evens on this card. Allen act because i've talked to members of the team he said listen. We got offered the fight. But we're undefeated in the afc. We're top ten. We wanna rank guy like stevens rank guy that makes sense so i would rather wait a month like if i have to wait a month for stevens come back. I'll do that. We want barboza. We'll we'll do that if we have to wait till december to do it. That's fine but if we don't get a ranked opponent on a week's notice we're not taken the fight and you can't blame them for that so when i think it's gonna end up happening is i think barboza versus allen and that we do chicago vs stevens. Because that's a winnable feifer ghia he's gonna get a guy that's gotta stand in bang with them. A top ten guy doesn't have a lot of wins. He's been finished a couple of times but still. That's that's a good name to have in the resume that puts you in the rankings. And that puts you right but you right in the top ten and then we can book allan bristow qods if you want to talk about germany. Stevens e-ever steve. i liked. I liked car. Because i want jeremy stevens to fight Burgos i selfishly. Don't want that fight. I want that fight more than giga jeremy. Stevens or ryan haulers. Jeremy students gave his jeremy. Stevens is nothing for me. i get it just. There are so many other fights. I want of everyone we named. I'd have so many more matchups i want. Besides gigging jeremy stevens but germany's june by anyone and made a really bizarre call out on twitter. Some sure that fight gab budge but not by much speaks determined by how much as what i was really hoping it wasn't autocorrect. Someone like this is like god. I hope not. i really like ads. I hope i hope he mediator causing cheeks all time. I'm not cheeks out in the first round. you'll see budge. Each come on marlborough very those. Maybe the best acceptance of a fight on twitter of all time and it took a mike. He did it a matter. A second series like thirty seconds of the call we got the budgie skull. So i think that's i think that's a fight. They're gonna make him. yeah. I figured. I think it's a good one. Yeah ob obviously Kids get to kasich. He's he's Yes i hope to see him as it happens because we all know. He's scared of ryan hall so yeah he's ducking ryan hall. Everyone's dockyard the entire division ryan hall. Have you seen ryan social media. He wants danny fight. He wants a bad but makes sense that makes does make sense. I like I think we're going to have this. One's a real quick one. It's not about tonight's card. But if leeann edwards can't get in the usa what do you think about michelle beheira versus -khamzat shemaya. I love it. i love to see. They won't do it to happen but has also wanted last. I heard they wanna show data versus anthony pettus. Yes i believe. That's i believe i believe they offered. It's anthony pettus. He said no or the offered michelle someone else. Michelle patterson no and then they offered so andy pettitte someone else needs to know so then they all ended up back. Anthony pettis show panetta. Everyone just kept saying no so. These went back to the original fight they want. I don't know. I think god don't know how bad is injury is but i would love to see michelle pereira versus robbie lawler abby fund. I think i think. I think that's a good point both their careers. So i just kinda wanna see i. Of course i. I know and i can get out. We're going to get michelle prayer versus a dude i go. Oh yeah. I think guy fight one of those fights i think i think mag you get the the backup shot. I hope so. Hope he's ready. Willing and able. I mean they did everything in our not to give them some fight. So if we can't get there. I think you just you have no choice. You gotta get somebody in there. Neil will take a sack. Is i was i was. I bet alford Jack hermansson middleweight. Fight jack remains in the week before banning of a weeks before. That's middleweight Scrap too any of those like they would have but they're probably not sure if the liane edwards thing is still up in the air i would think and just yet scratch that yet but been pretty come on what happens is the bone is the dana used to have like he just kept kept the edwards comes at down the line and it just book hermansson versus hamas that next was it two weeks from now three weeks one is beginning of december. Yeah i'm a. I like just double book now. Just double bookham come on Fun that's an interesting fight. Hamza versus your manson. Yeah that'd be really interesting support for this podcast come from. Cdw dell technologies at cdw g. We get the migrating your agency to a hyper converged. Infrastructure is challenging switching. Decaf gotta do it gotta do it slowdown friend. 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They're going to try to book it on the december twelve pay per view. But she wanted to wait like another month and then at that point like the plan was to keep on the card and then they both tebas for the next month which aspires a apparently was gonna be ready for so obviously ship has sailed. They went with waterson. Adt leaves the spires a free. You can do jean-ann versus esparza and then you'd have the winners fifteen so good man. It's a such a good division Yeah i think obviously Yanji non how was their name again. John john yang now non jonah. Yana ooh have you say that's their lynn. Jessop fear and on. John art yawn. You can go back and watch our interview with with john. John remember we we. We interviewed her. And i said can you please pronounce your name for us. She was more than happy to. It's out it's on tape her pronouncing on But basically i think tonight she we know now. She's an elite star weight. And that's about it. I don't think. I don't think she's going to get a title shot. Then she needs one fights because of how thick the division is at the top but Unless you get to a big knockout finish over to say esparza next fight but man are widely versus. John will be awesome If times are different maybe in six months nine months. They had that fight in china. I i mean who knows man that'd be that'd be super cool but your titus the another another big player in the straight division back is i mean. He's gonna fight rosanna unions next probably early. Twenty twenty one bite island trip. Yes because once they go back earth january february. I'm hoping february to march. Yeah well who knows who knows who knows how it's because the election happens not virus. Who knows how it's gonna work. Is it performance so look good. Awesome off performance marina. Rodriguez is still sitting somewhere in that right. Is she liking the top time. Even be a your on general like that. Just be fun striking fine if this. That's a good one. What did you say i miss. Yeah she's i taught straightened matchup. Yeah is that possibly one of the most unique choke you've ever seen done by alexander radulov checks that come to mind is The twister or the ezekiel choke It's it's a union. Yeah i mean. It's unique. Because i haven't seen it really. You know what i mean. Have you seen that before casing. Yeah it's a yeah. An emma may may It's it's it's very strength is is because like you knows most chokes have to get you on. Both sides is a token. There's only a one side so usually not going to get that early in the fight when guys on energy because it's more just kind of like a big brother f. You choke you know because you just kind of standard bubby like gonna tap out and you don't really is slow job and it's just kinda just sucks just have a giant man just present down on your neck like that But most fighters at this level. I'm not trying to Who who do you submit dilemma dilemma. You can stay if you used to know. Professional fighters should get some it with that in the afc. Yeah i mean unless you're really again beat up by ten just you or you just get caught off guard. Yeah it might not be all i. It's a me when i was watching it. He likes started for him. What is he doing and all sudden. He taps him out like i bed. Dilemma just was like on like totally caught off guard. That submission yet never happened. It's an. it's an embarrassing one. It's an embarrassing Cotton and honestly what are you. Compare it to the twister. Though easy keeled joke maybe because it can be slapped on like so quickly the twister has like steps. You have to go through these equal joke. You just kind of like grab the net and squeeze and this is pushed so it's basically the twister except instead of getting your hand on the other side just slam your forearm into the throat but romanoff has done this before right. He has a three so one. yeah so obviously. It's something he goes to. And i think he goes to because i think honestly people People forget about it people forget the train for it and he just knows where it's at and he just hit it right there and and by the time you go oh crap. I had to get out of this. It's too late and his big man as on us though Like it's gonna become like Beer alexia lennick. With the ezekiel like once you see. You're all never get caught. And then he does it again and you're like all right now. Everyone everyone in the divisions are going to be training it. That's why you don't see anymore. Gogo jokes you don't anymore von flute. Show say any more zeki jokes is now you get to that upper echelon of that division in. Everyone's just ready for. What do we think about romanov. He's awesome i. I love awesome awesome. I love that's all. He's like sneakily. Good shape too. Yeah i just them. Do i a cake. I just want to give props to dominant crews and i thought he did him in antic and the boots i thought were just. They flowed perfect. Now there there never they were talking about the right things and maybe because it was just good fights as easy. But i thought i thought just it a great technical breakdown the entire night i was like. Oh yeah. that's yeah. That's everything because there's only trevor wittman i thought was great. Whatever women jump in a lot The women a fight. He talked a lot. He's like why is why is it. Why are they telling. Our lonski is doing a good job to tell them to push the pace and stuff like that like you to openly question i think dominant crews benefits from having just two men in like it's just him and one other person. I keep benefited greatly from that. So it's not three people talk. I read it. I just I just and it was antic right. Yeah and also like antics has never really does fight nights anymore. I know if it's gerald was sick so like annika tossed in with dominic in dahmer. Like they've been. They started off pretty much doing together. So they those guys don't need to prepare for each other whatsoever so I know a lot of people. Don't like dom doing a lotta people think antic is annoying but together. I don't think anyone should be able to complete a combination. Yeah i really like dc. I say i love to. I love these different. Funnier has more comedic tone. I love dc to But just i think dominic went. Like i think i think for like martial arts nerds fight nerds i. Don is kind of the guy to go to. Because he doesn't oversell anything he just like. Oh that's smart. i like that. That's exciting you know. I i when rogan dc sometime. They they get they get excited. We're just fun you know. They're almost like fans watching fights in every once in a while they'll give you analysis but for the most part that i oh my guy he's hurt but I just i just think these is like i agree with you. A hundred percent that for like the hard coordinator dhs cruises amazing if if there's a big pay per view. Dc's the guy because you don't have to know anything about anime and dc can just make you're excited about anything. I'll tell you that card. That's a different thing. Brought that up. Because i noticed how happy dominant crews was just talking about when romanov did that talks. He tossed his coaches like. Did you see how how just perfectly perfect technique that was. That was impressed by that. I was like oh. you're so cute. So cute great on those fight nights member. Remember when joe celeski submitted austin go. He walked a walk. Everybody through like what hubbard needed to do. Select doing so great. And till he locked on the standing rare naked choke. Like i thought that was much. But then you remember you seen the video of habibaric talking to dc about dominant cruz. No cause remember when dominant group cruises on commentary during a beat mcgregor and there was the moment and i think one of the rounds are be on top just punching holes through connors this rain in donna cruz like connors making tired by dodging by doing all this. He's making tired and everyone in the twitter was. What did you like cars. Not doing rbis borough. And there's a video. I think it was like one of those blogs that follows the age eight ak edge guys around and habib is like these come here is like tell you boy dominic and then as soon as he said it the start laughing as i. What is this like. He make me tired by me punching him. What isn't it. i didn't even what's on your boy. I'll send you i'll send it to after all tweeden's i tell you boy tell you boy like what is this. I punched him head. He made me tired. Come on can't get them all right. you know. you can't get them all right back. I also don't think they wanted to just have of just get as beat so they're looking at for anything positive to say. Yeah i yeah. I guess that was a track. Yeah yeah and also remember. That was a that was a packed arena to ninety percent connor fans so i can see the You know the the emotion and the energy kind of sway. You back when people were allowed to go tonight. I don jr occasion bro. I don't know this question is was referring to. I didn't watch it but Dummy if you can tell me what it means. Would you think of our skis post. Talk guy go. what did you think of our lassie's post-flight talk city didn't want to engage in the wars. He had before mentioned dane. His name seem quite angry about the pressure to put on wild exciting fights I will say and this is from the scrum than i didn't see it because i think it was happening as we're on so i mean okay might just not getting this quote. I disagree with him like he's just fighting. Is fighting smart now driving smart. You're on the wrong side of forty two heavyweight like come on get your paycheck. Just go with. Yeah exactly and he's probably. You probably cleared a good amount tonight right when we went through phinney or for you to was to forty four was that the bmi fight at msg Casey danny esta recovering. That dance aguirre and we were making picks in john is fighting are loss. Can i remember. Casey's like why is our loss can fight in this guy like no one knows who he is in like is going to destroy andrea laskey and danny was like that. Do the monster. And that's exactly what happened and then our loss us like. I didn't even know anything about him. I just showed up to fight. And i have a feeling that was a huge wakeup call for lobski. The can't just show up and fight no-name heavyweights especially jobs. You know rosen strict like you google his name you see. It's kickboxing record. And he walked in there just like there's the photo that esther took of our lawsuits like his butt in the air. Oh that one. Dr xenia was just like like. That's what happens man like like. Don't don't you can't own. And so like since then. He's all these like meticulous fights he's going there and take risks but they can have exactly. Who are we look at our. He's comment about know dana. I guess yeah seems like there some behind the scenes shenanigans org. Hey maybe more exciting. This is exactly why laskey is in the ufc. Still at his pay rate too because i like the ufc book. Giardina versus andre. Because you got to be the name to be name has wanted to win and no it didn't happen tonight. But yeah that's our is our lost like steeping got his title shot against doom by beating. Orlowski franson got who fought our lobski when he was coming off. Those three wins in a row. And just crushed. Our loss. orlowski is pretty much been fed to the top five of heavyweight right now. Everyone in the top five syringe made a name for off off of our laskey. And they're trying to do that. Still like i guarantee you. If our loss you wins another fight and searle gone beats j. d. s. They're gonna make cyril gone laskey. Because that's exactly the matchmaking. I can't. i'm surprised they didn't make that already is. That's exactly the type of match making the they're not gonna give under a lousy blog ivanov because he beats him was that do for the u. of c. They want andrea A stepping stone for these young heavyweights. I know he's gonna get next. It's gonna fight romanoff next young heavyweight greg hardy wrong or wrong up there you go yeah romanowski by behind romanov because i i did. I like i like them along and like i don't get me wrong like andre andre lousy. Any of those names is fun. Fight but you gotta know what they're trying to do like frankie frankie faez frankie's like yeah the us. You want me to lose. I know that they want air to win. I'm just going to not let that half agree. And frankie treated them. Accordingly order you just head is a basketball. Yeah pretty much but they the question. Jay gada i have to go back and watch it. I'll listen. He has every right to say that. If if that's how he feels you probably just got off probably just pissed off. And now he's gonna feed you out. Romanoff is dana. Talk and say the post press conference if he doesn't typically speaking if he doesn't carbon i he ain't common and it seems like you ain't not because he spoke at the last contender series. These are the more in On fight island the media. They would be like well he just spoke to the press. Conference was probably not gonna speak to us now is spoke to us after way. He's probably not can speak to us now so you can. You can kind of gauge when dane is gonna talk when he's not based on if he had talked about week already. Yeah i think there's the election with the election results. You kind of expected it. Yeah yeah. I i really nothing. Hey stick fraught stick. Six o'clock rock. What's next trevon giles. Good win it. When i was a good win I think he's just bagging the packing out. Just i think you stay ready. They stay in case some of these fight. Any of these fights hall out midway whose Who's buckley fighting next fighting jordan riot luckily versus respond job jordan governor absolute if kevin holland gets just piece up by jack commands. And why not just re book. That fight is that was that was. Donald trump and giles is the one that passed out before. Kept right right to walk out holland okay. I didn't know who's the platform. I can remember the punishment i i think. Jumping giles I think he's kind of the point in the. Afc were good for him. He got to win is seems pretty hoping it seems pretty care for my non-medical is that whatever happened before was just a freak thing and he's good to go and I just were foreseeing same again in a few months you know and we'll see what happens then but i don't really think he's at a point where he's got. Fight this guy you know. Maybe like a machi potolo round there. Yeah something around there. What about Darren stewart. He just lost kevin. Harlan hosts fight real fun fight. Yeah dan one saying i would be a scrap to drawn win the fight. He's he's fighting. Braga nato on seventeen off suspension. Yes fine december nineteenth. Oh wow that was retroactive. Like things get already been like most of it by the time. They announced it. Give them phil house. Ooh ooh there. You go luke there we go we got and right now i have you know bad guy against scott hall. That was it down there. You go mr panza. We get anybody man. Yeah something in that range though Getting real quick real quick thoughts on this one thoughts on the next pay per view car. Let me just pull it up. Real quick I if we're talking we're talking sizzle not the best. It's just there's an. I mean they'll just be honest but if we're talking like people who love watching really good fights. I think it's a really good card to divide. I don't hate it man. I love while watch. Shogo will fight day of the week. Let me ask questions greg. We're looking at this. Has journalist look at says just a dude sitting on a couch with seventy dollars in his hand. Kinda see i think he got. He got the become differently than fight nights. A tough one. I gotta be honest. I think i'm excited. I wanna see balance. want. I love seeing shipping. I love seeing dominant fighters dominate. I wanna see if i can do it. I'm interested acts peres figueredo. Yeah you know in the open rain raw. That's ridiculous by digs his fight off. But are you gonna tell your buddies to pay seventy dollars for this one of my very on the card but yeah dallas is on the main card to ari. Perrin means is. I'm pretty sure. The no because lawrence april so that me right couch. The fights on the scar to yes. That's the that's on the main card. This is really good. See you know. So you know what i what i noticed marino roy not on the main card anymore. I wouldn't be state. They're putting perry means on the on the graphic time they put perry means on the main card and ran our got knocked down. You have a flyweight title fight and you had been the role you just know it. And i don't think that that's a guaranteed awesome five marino rebel guaranteed or but. There's no fight sucks you put on the main card you showcase speaking flyweight fucking mike perry on main having a good day. I'll tell you that's they're gonna put marino rival probably the featured fight. That's going to be the. Oh yeah you don't like twenty five dollars you best by this interview now because these are just going to beat the breaks out of each other asking me a great fight. I can't wait for if it's if it's the the the main event on the prelims which actually what the most most has literally balls watching. Actually wait wait it's not. Espn espn two prelims. Be into espn. Plus so it's it's not even big. Espn prelims man summer. It's the dose in the ocho. It's i don't think it's i think it's gonna be a fun card The steak is going to be delicious. I'm really excited. Selfishly for the shogun. Paul craig rematch. That's fun because i'm i love. Shogun ball craig. Is you never know what you're gonna get. He's gonna be losing for two rounds and four minutes fifty nine seconds in somehow win so always watch paul craig fight and then later too then right. Let's get your dad card. The very beautiful. Joe ban is back against jared gordon. That's am buckley jordan. Right you know. Despite some prelims the free fights Yeah doc is on that car that lewis style louis. Cozy makes his debut. Tell me about him. I don't know anything about him. He's one of the the brothers that one on a contender series bottom backyard. I think his brothers fighting like it gives on the december card. This one's just got added. A sasha's canoe is is to fifty six better though obviously the top who pfizer nearly better talk really better. If i'm gonna go without actually looking at it. I'm going to say yes is a champ at sutil fights got nunez megan aniston and then like the coleman event is worth the price anyway it sterling. It's yawn versus sterling. Okay the tory john. Jd aragon casey. That's mackenzie dern versus john. Zarrella got thankfully review rules very excited versus peter barrett teasha tours. Angela hill enact gallon talker so scrap. You know what. I'm not gonna. I'm not gonna shitting on the pay per view too much coming up to fifty five because the original booking was figueredo garbrandt which would have been very interesting so Kampot that just bad. Like the afc ordinate because we're when that fight was announced everyone was like all for as deserves and more expert deserves more and now we everyone's like oh man cody garver interested. I think we didn't think was going main event for pay per view one of those fight night main events or or komai for review. I think yeah. Just we like ice peres. But i don't think the fan base is used to shelling out save as the prom. Maybe we'll have On the side considering he files present this is his way majority. He's doing good Yeah there's a lot of people were like. Think that shift chanko should got the the main event spot that could have done something but i think from honestly last i think competitive from a competitive sampling. I think peres versa. Figured as the better fight agreed agreed by figure. Would it be garbrandt. Pretty easily. Not easily would finish them. It's just me. No i agree. The men's flyweight fight should should be headlining over the ladies fight just because of the competitive nature but Do who knows head of this should really been an. Has she been in a great fight. Like going back and forth by. I know she's been close fights but she's been just like oh my god she just doesn't have that not not in herbage. She hasn't had a war right. Am i missing. Getting one assist. The nunez fights were those wars close high level fights. But yeah who knows just. I'm being very optimistic. That this is going be just broke. Open yeah what else he got a digital people using the these anything new comments be brought up. I don't see any. Just look and see if anything on twitter general questions about just someone wants to add that the prelims are gonna be on. Espn two because the cause of college football will be on the internet so next. I think 'cause next week scarred is kind of black market. Jeffers is already at a Razzaq amazon was cast williams event jillian marquez sapper bag sapphire off dontrelle maze rocky martinez antonio roy over eric sanders. That's interesting k hanson versus corey mckenna ashy odor miranda grainger. Alex moreno Reese mckee lewis smoke. Jose can you random marcos versus cannot go murata antoni tony gravely versus geraldo defray tasks. That's the car next week nada. We lost brian. barbara adverse. Daniel rodriguez during Mr barbara yet Some sort of not non cova dated. Luckily i think now. Yeah there's not gonna let me take through internal bleeding from a couple of ruptured arteries in his amenam meant that they'll intimate is. The amendment is a large flat. Adipose tissue layer on the surface of the intro parents or his besides fat. Storage mendham has key biological functions in immune regulation in tissue regeneration. Some i have no freaking idea. Thank you either sloughs. Yesterday its sub. I was gonna guess so somewhere in this coming but it is stomach liver in a wraps around the intestines. Oh jose muted get an you bid you meet it has sue bermuda on mullaly muted deafening needed. Back excreting story literally just or your life and it was working yesterday. Young's curse continues. Yeah oh you know. We are so many more things that have happened. I'll tell you about a whole podcast of your batted did motivate the rest of us indians. anything else is good enough. Good time goodbye this real quick fight of the year Yeah i think we're on a play on words or go make today i was. I was trying to think of a good ear pun and at the time. Yeah this is like six hours later but yeah thank you. Anthony ins sent got some some questions about colby and Or a tough. You know that kind of stuff. But when you talk about the no-brainer as a no-brainer coaches. Right there near those guys are gonna fight so it just having man. I okay moving on from this card. I'm really hoping. Kobe does a whole gimmick were like. He's all joe biden. I'm just i'm hope he's he's totally like medicare for all you know all and everything is in that Kevin lease thing can lead is about that life right. Yeah gimmick you know he's alive but didn't he speak it a bernie rally. I don't know if he's he did. What is your at one. yeah. I think i'm lesley smith a two lighters but Yeah kevin lease head. Tattoo is might be the of twenty twenty. Have you seen this case as someone i thought. It was a lot of someone with a lot of tattoos myself. It is very well done. I don't understand it. And i'm not a fan like it's well done. I'm not a fan of solid black anywhere above the neck. Like lines is fine. Anything college in solid black. I think looks strange in his so much. It looks like it's all scarred up already if you've ever seen a scarred it looks like it's just scarring immediately and i don't get it but it is well applicator tattoos grade harsono and if yet attached to to impress other people. You're doing the wrong reasons. So kevin likes it you go. That's all that matters. Say that all the time long as you like. It is in the right progression. Yes absolutely though. If you see it goes up to his hairline so now he can never shave his head because his tattoo of just stop it looked at lexington. I dunno sorry down to have to add on it. What sam right. That's what i assumed it was. I think it samurai helmet speaking in which case you have a playstation right. Yes their own. Message me a playstation game. And i'd never heard of it and i was gonna ask about it now. I can't remember what the now is the samurai game. Oh the ghost ghost of Yeah yeah that was one that watches someone that watches the as side Said we were talking about For almost cup size should play that only playstation game. I go cases the only one. I know that as a playstation yeah so i figured i asked you me pay game too but i got shit to do man. Sorry then you spend like almost all quarantine playing the last of us. Yeah that's yeah. And and i was like okay. I gotta stop playing. Because actually i wanna play the guy. I'm a change of setting to do like you know whatever takeaway away the listen mode all gamers stuff. But they i i just got crafted a cyberpunk. I'm just one cyberpunk comes out. Your guys will never hear from me again. Sandy fan loves over-cooked overcooked says the best game Museum fan base over good or cyber palm been pushed back again. I know robert. Whitaker wants to play in apparently mass. Pike's getting remastered for the next gen and the new elder scrolls might be xbox only so i have to buy spots. I don't know any of these things being none of them. You're probably well. I'm point you donate a kid man. You have time for video games. Yeah he plays. We have a ps three in his. He's loves spider-man's. We played the spiderman game also spiderman three supplying playing spiderman to so the best Had asked superhero video game probably until the notes most recent spiderman that everyone freaks out about kids by my game to another one. But he's obsessed with chucky cheese right now so i don't know if you've got toes you probably know chucky cheeses 'cause you hundred percent. The restaurant business all business now. No no no no donna. They're still they're still around. We went to. We went to a few weeks back really. There's one open in worcester massachusetts. It was the biggest piece of kokos ever. Chucky was the mood elm of the world socks woes. It was so bad because they have so. We thought mechanical ban. Well yeah yeah and as the animatronic animatronic those scary. I love it my wife and our like i can't we drove all this way and check out here like me. The kids or anything. So we bought. We found a chucky cheese. We game for like three dollars and we bought that for me like play basketball and ski ball and all that other stuff. So he's obsessed with it sound like what a what a what a savior. That is not to go there anymore. You split the damn video game to wonder massachusetts You don't have to go to western massachusetts now either. So it's a win win. It doesn't mean there's one in albany that's thirty five minutes away. They're not open. Obviously the pandemic for some reason the swan wooster was opens. We drove an hour and a half to go to that jackie's going out of business. Most of them are closed. But there's still a couple of open. The one i need anyone has gone is gone. I just need like another year or two. Just need like another year or two until he's over it and then we don't have to worry about any more than i'd say to make those drives ever again so sad restricted. They have only been at chucky. She's once my life that means you've only lived one day in your of your life probably yeah super operated still expensive to end. The pizza is oracle. I don't mind you lived in new england. You ever hear of united states of america. That was a big thing in southern knowing it was like the biggest door aiding and laser tag place in like southern new england as well i think that kind of shaikha cheese never could survive in rhode island because of that we had. We had a place near where we lived like outside of boston in saugus mass called rollo world and it was very similar to that. Big role like rollerblading rollerskating video of massachusetts has laser laser gate. Which is the big one. That has that big big john warehouseman now. We're talking about laser gate and united scancen. American casey's like osama bin in i'm from texas and we had our big thing was like Famous shooting guns Yes yes fame city and resisting guns when you guys you just go. Hang out the alamo. Yeah just just hang out in basement the base. Thank you for saying that i could do. Pee wee's big adventure all day. Casey all day long starters are big and bright red the heart attacks. Yeah oh my god i could. I could call that movie forever. God tom lodge -centia home still scares the shit outta me. I know it's coming every time i heard you. I went dinosaurs. I it's out on the way. If you go to palm springs. I've been in the dinosaur and everything. It was really It's a creature business. But for while became a creationist museum. Kidding wanna get mixed up with a guy like me. i'm alone. Dadi a rebel. I gotta go do the. This'll be the next hour of our lives. You can give me five more find more. I'm more cheeky. Giving your can you impression back when p we walk out of the pet store by the my my favorite the best line. The whole movie is After he left a francis said i can get it. My daddy's second anything you. I i one and what i want. Is your bike freaks out. Laughing at you stands up. It's not for sale francis. Good my name is like where you've been eight months and we just find this out now me and my wife now. My now wife's birthday was at six flags in springfield massachusetts on is an october night. And she quoted pee. Wee's big adventure like out of nowhere. And i was like i turned and looked at her. Like is like world where this is like. Dream weavers plan the background. I was like oh my god and then we spent like two hours walking around freezing cold. Six quoting big adventure i was like i ain't gonna marry this woman and that is what happened. I really go big event all mean it will do l. Watch along on one of these days we do. That are pretty good card. 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Mark Mann | Capturing Icons

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Mark Mann | Capturing Icons

"My guest today is glasgow-born photographer. Mark man who has built this stunning career photographing some of the most iconic celebrities in the world from robert redford michael. Douglas iggy pop the black-eyed peas seinfeld raonic queen latifah stevie wonder bradley cooper willie nelson and hundreds of others. The funny thing is mark pretty much stumbled into photography in the most unexpected way in his late teens which is a story that he shares and then ended up on a plane to new york city. Where with little experience. He found himself dropped into the world of hip hop and music focusing his lens on some of the early icons in the space he fell in love with the stories that people's faces told and started spending more and more time developing this really powerful signature. Approach to hyper vivid close up black and white portraits that in some way kind of captures a moment mood vibe. A story and behind the scenes. It's been anything but a straight line Horn easy path remark as is common in the world of photography. There's what the public sees and then there is the reality of the photographic life which is not often an easy one but for him it has been the source of profound connection and a life stories that will live in his mind long after the images themselves fade so excited to share this conversation with you. I'm jonathan fields and this is good life project good. Life product is supported by madison. Read the other day. I was texting with my sister and she was looking for a way to change up her hair color and wanted my recommendations and i was explaining to her that when it comes to coloring my hair. There's a few options go to salon. 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And your answer was a maybe in the bathtub. We're speaking so. There's clearly your sense of irreverence. That sounds like it's also probably been there from the early days. She has funny. It said is classical bannerman he can. There's nowhere else like. He can't get away with anything you know when i go home my friends who have known my whole life will say thank you all fancy now living in new york he they it. Oh fancy day and it's just this immediate bring back to earth and incredibly grinding. But it's amusing. It's it's funny just can't it's just the this banter the banters phenomenal. I miss that. Did it's like forced humility at high speed snuck in there. Yeah i mean it's funny. I have a very good friend who's Is named is scotty. But it's actually not as real name. He's from scotland elsa and And as soon as he dropped down into sort of london area which is where he's he's been just immediately. People started calling him scotty just because of his accent and that for his entire adult life. Now that's his name. I hated london. I never wanted to live in london. God london Major cities that. I've been super fortunate to have been in a few london just only a much much later in life and i was sent to london as photographer to do a job. And you know we could take a taxi from heathrow Subway you know the underground and you know straight into central london a nice fancy hotel and london's quite nice but my experience from other before was friends. Moved there at these damn flights in north london. Oh so depressing. Horrible instigate anywhere took forever a much prefer glasgow-to-london. Yeah now that makes sense to me. I'm not dissing london but it's a different oil about one so it sounds like for you. Art kind of touchdown fairly early in your life. You didn't show biz photography in the beginning but it sounds like nearly stays. There was something that was. There was a an artistic impulse in yet. So yeah i mean i. I enjoyed it. I definitely enjoyed it. And i think started off by kennecott cartoons. You know trying to draw little characters from cartoons photography. I had no idea Who's just like your dad's donato day. It was nothing. And then i really wanted to do our and those two things that can happen simultaneously at made these sculptures in clay which i really liked and really. I enjoyed them in. There were gray and then similar Similar can at time. Some of my buddies were in edinburgh edinburgh festival and win on the train from glasgow to edinburgh. Must have been about fifteen or fourteen fifty. Maybe sixteen ambivert chancer. You know Philo myself and get on the train and this one four seat with very beautiful young lady. Older lady must be at least seventeen or eighteen. Maybe night just intriguing looking at expose now in respect for indian might be the term. But i wasn't really Look i'm sitting dying side. Then we started talking and she told me she was studying photography. Manchester school of art. I'm gonna do. I'll see you there and she can explain to me by School was while you know. I'd never heard this from anyone and i came back from the festival into a very good relationship with my art teachers. one especially mr marshall and i said tim too advani. Photography school goes yamagata darkroom. All great was at and they said well. What if we photograph some of your sculptures and emma can make prince of them in the dark so i said that's a great idea. You have a camera. So i hear the camera tooks photos. And then he Took me into the dark room before. We can process that phil and as soon as you can have for me as soon as i walked in. Smell the chemicals in the red light was just very cool place. I don't think of Ever beaten anywheres colas and we didn't have any negative so he shoots photo paper. And i think to go my glasses and his impedes or somebody. We put on a sheet photo paper very man ray style who shone the light dying in a put it in the developer. And i just this alchemy. Just something shifted inside me. And that's all. I ever wanted to do from that home and on my dad's a little camera started taking pictures with that Applied to manchester polytechnic Lavar go in. The young lady was in a thinker third year when i go into my foundation course we who was no romantic interludes but we did remain frayn's and speak occasionally till this day star. That's amazing do you ever wonder i'm fascinated with the concept sliding doors. If you hadn't just randomly. I met this woman on the train. And then if you hadn't gone back to school and and your teacher's like oh yeah. We have a darkroom and taking an interest. You're like those two just moments that set in motion. I are lifetime of work like do you ever wonder if those do and all the time i a maybe a baby advil to ford lunch if that has like how could use my brain to do. Something actually made money to wonder i if i go back to. Art was my thing at high school. So one of the purposes of making the photographs of the clay sculptures was. Because if you're going to apply to art school may be. Then you know. So i think i would have all was. I don't know. I really really don't know an end to this day. I don't even know you know as you talk about sliding doors would i. I've been better something else. I mean not tokar fever. i don't know man is such an interesting question really interesting fascinated by those. I mean some people this late this gradual progression and build over time and then some people. There's a moment or an experience or a person the just drops down and everything changes and for you. It sounds like there. Is this maker impulse in you. That was yearning to get an would've probably found. Its way out some way. Think so the way that it has with us pretty amazing. I kinda wanted to be an architect for five minutes. So did i actually between between being pre-med and oh go dark extra skull when when you get add manchester. It sounds like you went almost immediately to new york yet. The info period in between where a lot of my buddies in school were actually from london or manchester and my buddies from london went to london. Hanan alone of known photo buddies got jobs right so they moved to london with jobs. Hi my moon to london man. I don't have any money. Got nothing. I've got a portfolio weird art crap that have created over the last four years. I have absolutely no idea how to get a job as a photographer. I mean i have no idea what i wanna do. I mean it was all right. Thanks for the education so moved back to bosco which was kind of i mean. That's really what i had to do. And i also didn't like london but mentioned that some impact glasgow start shipping around my portfolio like calling design firms and add firms and start to pick up a few jobs furniture catholics cetera had been there two years maybe after i don i don't know i'd have to check and again criti- of god like a couple of catalog furniture catalogs do month. The i mean for me was very well paid but enough to afford a rain and they thinking maybe i should buy an apartment stopping him and then it was. I couldn't explain what was by new something that was stopping me doing that. I'm not sure what and then another tremendous piece of lock as that. The woman i was with who was an absolute love of my life decided should be with nearly more. And i just had to. She was in london by I had to leave the country. I couldn't get far enough away. So i a buddy that was in new york selling diamonds. And i call them said. Hey can i come for minute. He goes comes one planned like this two week three week. The first time i went home was two years later. Three years later to visa New york was just mind. Blowing goes to new york. And i think one of the first or second night. I went to party with somebody new from summer. Analyst said. I'm talking to this really cool girl forest. Who will any liebowitz studio manager. So you know things happen. Superfast new york super slow so all of a sudden my portfolio in more relevant to the kind of going to see magazines Started to pick up a few bits and pieces here and there. I got an agent. Which was bizarre. But i think somebody saw potential on a gutless job in la for entertainment weekly I went out to la my portfolio. My camera bag in two pairs of underwear in a pair of socks which is pretty much. I was bypass or at came. I came on vacation. You know anna. I did the job. And it was great. May fedex the foam from the studio back to new york to my lab and then a new somebody new somebody and they said why have lunch to this guy. So i drove highs in the rental car came at lunch. The chunk of the rental car had been broken into camera. Going close goad bowman folio and this was the day where it was probably all film right so this was there wasn't a digital backup right and i know reneged soon. Scotland ryan you know and you know. Most of the was in my book. was you know. An menagian scotland So get home. I get back to my agent. She goes. I can get a newburgh. She goes 'cause when you get a new book we'll seven thankfully i is this the silver linings in all these things. I started to assist and i assisted for two or three years. Still trying to shoot for years. And i really learn. I think more than anybody could have ever taught me about the business in how it works. You know that way a little bit. Yeah i mean new york also especially that. We're talking sort of like late. Nineties right early to know. Community sevens probably ninety nine. You want okay so early late eighties. Which was i mean. It's a little bit of a you know it's weird to say. There's a golden era photography in new york. But i feel like there was a season in new york logo and where it was. Just some incredible. I mean you mentioned liebowitz. And but they're also i mean there. There are so many people who are doing really pushing the envelope of what the expectation of photography and what you could do down that window. You ended up assisting for at least a chunk of time. I guess with miles aldridge. Yeah worked for miles for awhile. I'm a great admirer. In respect of his work. I think he's very talented. But it was more an excellent example for me of not to treat people you know it was it was it was and i learned a ton of always. Be thankful to that but it was like. Wow can't can't believe you're saying that you're doing that that. I think working for a few people like like that made me very different in how i was when i was the boss. In addis instance. Probably to my detriment. Actually i mean you know if i the dollar for every time my wife said you're dice dic- should be harder on these things bridge back. Cantona of the energy managers wanted to go smooth that nobody's fault but mine right. I mean it is the bottom line with tars. Nobody's fault but mine but at the end of the day though i mean what have you you have your work and you have the relationships that you build with people you know and they both manner you know they both. It's allowed not just the money you get paid for what you're doing that you're like at up to glenn who is supposed to get paid that the classic photography live right You're right am Great relationships with so many people came out with so many of the doger's game with me or not taking photos anymore. Sadly the stylus are the makeup artist kind of like. Oh shit will your old school. Now de i'm trying to remember so that danny clinch On the podcast before lightens. 'cause he was assisting franny liebowitz. I think it was right around. That's similar time and it's interesting to see who's like you said who who still around. Who still shooting what. They're shooting and whether they really substantially changed what they're doing. I mean it sounds like for you. You kind of emerged from this season of your like really developing the craft and learn the business and you land doing a whole lot of work for source magazine. Yeah yeah that was crazy though. That was how does that happen. Because it's not the most logical next or here. There's a fellow code. David cookery who went onto. I was i think he will. I knew he has his own design firm now but he was the creative director for a tiny little publication called manhattan file. Remember elliot. Just i went in cold with my book. You know as a magazine. I'm very much a society magazine. I don't know if you He can doug my porteous and the me a couple of commissions one was braised analysis mama's jay mcinerney hand. I think mostly. Because i had no idea what else doing a produce some addressing portrait's ghabra award broker. And i did that and then he wanted to give me a cover. Gave me a cover of candace bushnell. Soon maybe the first kennedy season of sex in the city was huge. Managed to get this show of her lying on beds and i had no desire for to get undressed. Akara she wanted. She said commute naked. If i'm like that okay. I'm just no it's not my way is the more closed you've got on the bed to for comfortable. We did. This show knows a very very successful cover for other was beautifully retouched and those the success will cover in all of a sudden. Some other things start to happen around that bit. Cook radio win. On cody. wedneday goes mark. I'm going to be the creative director of the source magazine. Get in next week to shoot. Some stuff row is great. Dave was the source of hip hop pop Puff daddy you know what i mean but didn't really have a. Ad knowledge of what. Paul was the roots. Coacher anything so. It caused me to this magazine. Little white guy from glasgow main that good to the office in. it's all like real cut of hippo. Hello and he says okay. So i want you to go out to new jersey. It's the year anniversary of biggie. Smalls death I want you to photograph his mom. Mrs smalls brilliant Just do what you do mar great. So research I don't think i knew was not in a bad way. But it was not part of my thing. so new jersey rental car. I don't think i had an assistant with me. Just me and the open the door the charming wonderful woman missing from the source and she goes. Okay we're expecting you're expecting. I did these free Bit some pictures of mrs wallis at that. i'm leaving. she goes listen. There's if you wanna hang by some people coming over for the anniversary of my son's death Can hang from mid half cup of tea wherever and then like all these people start a nadia's is very funny. Like off. Who i knew but like low kim came about three or four other. People should have known but didn't start coming just as interesting. And i think it did okay because i had no. I think they can pigeonhole me as somebody. So i'm just mike go self you know. I'm just myself to know. What do you do allow Ama- do rap. Oh cool Wrap so. I think it was this eleusis guy but not in a bad way. You knows kaz just as a human being. I'm jay lynn. Jessop people and you know. I think that was kind of will was okay and then started working more and more more of the source and it was great. It was great experience. I got to all of a sudden. Like i get a call that i can. You photograph the the sure Identities album cover. No i done some as photographed and before for something. I was a thing for another magazine. Anos i sure and he goes. He's not going to show up unless you arc suddenly every time it was just as bizarre can things that happened is still my mind to this day and the other thing about working for the source was there one day. I was in a brief starter. Marriage i was in my brief star marriage. And i'm working in the i'm visiting creative directors. Little the door on this very beautiful young lady comes in brian. can attract Thing she was absolutely beautiful at that. This is a hey mark mrs katie. She's our new director of our editor for source for nice to meet you. I'm arkan that is my wife today so that took a long time but we were friends but yet the source was magnificent. And then can all went. Bear-shaped light just Through the source then started coming out of a hip hop album packages and then all of a sudden it was like a- wanna do is stand beside my car. Jay did it you know and it just started to get so nfl. I did to kennedy segue Music i was finding it. I mean listen. I've never turned on job by pushing towards things i suppose. That's when can celebrity stuff started. Yeah mean it's interesting that you know part of what you said in there. Is that you know. There's certain genres certain culture. Certain things where it's like everyone has you know there's one shot that becomes iconic and then everyone wants their version of the same shop. You know recover looks the same. Every album looks the same all the stuff the same and for them. You know it's probably Like i'm sharing in this iconic moment but for us somebody who's behind the lens is sort of like at a certain point. It's sort of like you know your own creative jones starts to want more yearn for something that's out of that box. Definitely one hundred percent in the is very rarely the out get let my creativity get in front of the fact that i'm getting paid or make photographs because that is the to me. The most important thing. Creativity does get stifle. But i'm incredibly fortunate in just the team player and being part of it in going in meeting people and talking to people in the experiences are just as important to me as the final image. I know a lot of photographers and may be. Allied via solve them is are just so committed to that final image. And i'm not. I'm not committed like that. I'm committed to the experience in doing it. you know. I think that allows me to do stuff that i didn't necessarily wanna do that mckinney. Yeah i mean it. It does working rights. I mean for you. I guess for some people. It's all about the final product rate. It's about this shy and but sounds like for you. That's part of it but that's only part of why early part of it is about. It's about the interaction that conversation. The moment good lead project is supported by inside tracker. So do you want to add more years to your life and more life two years if you do you really need to start taking the reins of life and start making better more informed decisions about every aspect of health that is what inside tracker is all about founded by leading scientists in aging genetics and biometric data from mit tusk harbor inside tracker is personalized health and wellness platform. 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And like george having a chat to me that much more valuable than this image which is not my favorite Great not anything pilot. Twenty minutes george. Carlin man just listening to him on a personal one-on-one is everything and that is so much of the experience and yeah happens a lot with celebrities by real people as well. It's like when you get a chance to really you know. And it's an it's brief and it's fleeting and for that can be offensive. 'cause you know you're probably never gonna see that person again that that to me is experiencing what i'm beginning to understand looking back. In retrospect is that conversation and the the to the authenticity of the conversation makes the portrait so they work very much in tandem. But if you told if you have said to me okay. We're gonna destroy that picture. George carlin a nobody illiteracy again are. We're gonna take away your memory as photo on the types of steaks experienced you know. Even in retrospect looking back at that picture while i do like it by the as the communication. That's kind of the I don't like light focuses. Bad exposure was wrong about the communication is since me and that memory. It's so interesting to me. Because when i think a lot of people think about a photographer they or the a particular photograph. Let's say you know they think well this is a great depiction of the fact of what was seen. But what what they probably don't think about is but this is actually it. It's it's always got to be some blend of the fact of what appeared before the lens and the person who chose how they're going to capture it but maybe there's a third thing in there also which is the quality of especially if you're talking about portraiture the quality of the interaction at that moment in time it's got to elicit something you also. It's it sounds like a blended these three different things definitely. I would say the third one is the most important as a so many examples of just as anybody kind of talk to me about photography or portraiture knows in you know somebody somebody comes into just as we kind of touched on achim interim i commend to room both there for a purpose. You're there have your picture taken on there to make the picture. It's hard to remember. But i was thinking twenty five years ago but what i'm thinking nine is my light annot akano what i'm doing right thirty years if i don't know i you know. Second nature exposure second nature composition is not second nature. But it's coming easier to me nine so all i have to do Great team that helps you know with these things. I'm so very aware of everything. That's going on but i know i don't have to think about the only thing i've to full focus on and i'm not that great that either is going on between us in o- getting getting you to to smile two nods to tell you a story and shoot through that moment. That's all i focus on at and it is really changed a really begun to light more of my photos for that because i can really feel that i made that happen saying is it's not saying anything about me but it seems something about that person and provoked. That are induced are made that happen. And that that i think is the essence of a of a a good portrait. I think i've made like three. I could really say while if i had to have three photographs the ones and mostly it's not because life is now because a composition. It's not because of any of the other factors is just that moment. The is earl the What's happening between saddam photographer de when that happens. Do you know it when it happens. Do a happy dance to happy dance. I've really I call it like the photo. God's allying right and the factors that make up for reporter which are all the things we discussed. Light composition exposure Quite easily for me. But when that fourth one where the the the thing the the in the milliseconds or one to v of his aac wherever hits at that point you know it you see you see it in your camera you say care gutter. I mean do you feel it in your bones at the same time. Okay and what. What i tend to do when that happens is go. You know. there's the technical side of things but there's A brilliant button. I'm sure lots of cameras avot but like as to which have been shooting on law as has said it's a it's errorless has a digital viewfinder. See not really seeing through the glass. Which don't mike but you. It has one feature where if you press a button and the viewfinder comes up last pitchy took so you can be staring at the last picture. You took With your hands dine so it doesn't appear like year chin-ping the Check so i can chimp from here. And if they see. An i feel that i just go. We got it evenly taking twenty frames. We got it. Get any better and then sometimes i get a big smile. And i'll take that picture sweet. I'm out of hearing like no shot but yeah it's it's definitely it's definitely a listen i am. I'm still nervous and anxious going into any job. And i think the anxiety mix. The nervous energy allows me to to bring out his personality. I don't know this guy is when he comes but it's me and it's good for bind seven minutes. So minutes is a good amount of time for me to discuss border. I get weird or say something really bad get. I'm still. I'm fascinated dead. You know you're you're three decades into your career. You've shot many of the highest profile people on the planet and yet you still walk in anxious to do you ever wonder what that's about. Yeah the so many factors that can go wrong you know. I think i'm doing what i love and i'm trying to do something better than i'm always very aware of that. And then have these crazy at pre shoot anxiety dreams usually the night before i mean everything from my camera. Melting in la My sister out. Alex alex wise the camera melting. We've got another omar cameras mill. These really vivid Dreams you know by photography. And i have to say whatever years have been taking photos. Everything that can go wrong has gone wrong so a First hand you know on share for go sit gable in the light you know i. I mean when another shoot with a certain hip hop artist and he's hitting delete instead of the forward arrow and that was that was in the time before. I didn't go to the trash that was when the league was delete early digital sell for deny should of brought live the film and by accident. I i haven't had checked the dia so Through the scanner. I've lost twelve somewhere between me in the Had scan the polaroid give that to. I mean anything has gone. I mean we haven't killed anybody. Thankfully railing let paneling photographic camera breaking dropping the camera ruining the film deleting the With any of these things have happened. So i think spro things i comes from and then you know. It's a weird balanced more prepared giant to be less prepared i am. I know the things. I've got to get right like a gun to get the equipment there. I've got to get my functioning camera. There have got to get the light for high perceived the shop but if star thank. You really truly about what i wanna do that. Go into a crazy world who craziness so being prepared as might quit -ment at mentally. I just try not to think about it too much to get there and then guy i mean it's interesting also because the way you shoot so much of capturing the shod is about the moment that you create with the person so it's almost like the the more anxious you show up the less capable you are probably makes you more anxious than just Teams where. I can't speak where i'm talk to the person who discount on what i can't actually vocalise event that Eventually witnessed. That actually happened to somebody. I think has probably with james came from where shooting obama in the white house. I had a photo assistant with me. That i've been working for for a long time. Incredible young man and he had been through everything you know we'd had it all any disaster shoot. Went well for the five minutes ago to shoot on. Then as obama was wanted to me. Everyone abbas photo with everyone and said that this might assistant on obama took his hand in. Shukan said how's your summer going on photo assistant just kinda win and could not physically speak. And i've never seen that happened. Allegation being before obama was to cooley said well enjoy the rest of it is just magnificent. So i think after. I sold That became innings dream. I turned into somebody. It's it's not mark. When i'm taking photos at somebody i mean. It's not like you know grumpy mark. We my wife calls me the grinch especially this time of year. But that's not what you get when when i go to take your picture but it can't last as as five minutes and then everyone was. They are right ghetto off. I mean i'm curious also is it If you got your five to seven minutes where you have like this window to create a certain amount of conversational magic to try and create something that grabs the shot is the time limitation in part. You know okay so you're shooting. Celebrities generally don't have a lot of time. You've got to be in enough but also i'm curious about your ability to sustain that. It seems like you're very good areas. You're very easy in conversation But i wonder also. Did you feel like you're more introverted or extroverted and that being almost that forward-facing facing being part of the experience actually is hard for you to sustain just on a personal level or is that not part of it every interaction i have. I can turn into practice for taking a photograph. So if i go in to have daily to buy a can of coke if heads in a certain place which is all Photograph the sky while we're eight. Him is a handle for the money. I wanna make this guy life. I wanna show up as guy and mentally. It's constantly thinking about. I'm going to make this guy life. i'm gonna make this woman laugh armageddon. It's much to his chagrin of my wife family. Get to witness this but is great practice for me. So i think it's practice is definitely definitely practices definitely practicing communication. But i i have genuinely find that. Find that interacting with every human being you me. I can't do it all the time. But if you interact if you're gonna take their picture and you both have a better interaction. Jaw have cameron with you. When you're when you're walking around or is it more owner. My phone i feel so bad. I keep buying these blood cameras to to have a camera with me has so bad. It's it's it's a major major irc for me and i have tried so hard The fellow who works for leica. Who's a really good friend of mine is pro services guy's name is jody kreidler and i. I've never done street photography. If our adjust i i. Can't i live in new york city. I don't see anything is pathetic you know. Go for a walk. I don't see any anybody who was reasonable street photographer walking around new york for a day. We get great photos. I i don't see it understand it. I don't know if i should stay beyond me. So i said hey john. John is really good street photographer. John can you Can you give me a lesson. Street photography sharp trauma so we go and my office is in china tan. So we're walking ryan the kind of core area there which is pretty low hanging fruit because free magnificent as you know so. It's you know one of these new york light shadow days released from sunlight related harsh shadows and walking along. I'm framing up a show off the pillars from the site of the day. Just framing op. Just so worked with the light and shadows make a composition something. Yeah this is pretty good and at that moment. This woman in a Full length red coats decided to to walk out between two of the pillars in the right place and miraculously. I pressed the photo at abbas. The button that moment a gar kind of in the air like leaping off a stat and looked at the nine retiring photography i done. I will never met that a ever. So i've retired is a street photographer. I'm still waiting for that in portrait's so you had your own magnificent day. Just never do that. You know it's interesting. I have this curiosity. 'cause i think we're all walking around with cameras in pockets now whether you have a like a strap around your neck or whether you have a phone in your pocket make curiosities on on the one hand. I feel like if i'm going out if i'm always sort of like in this mode where i mean scan and capture mode you know. I'll probably see a lot more in my life. Even if i never take a shot. If i'm mode i will be seeing. It'll be actively moving through my day seeing but then also wonder if if the dark side to that is. I won't be as in it myself because i'm in a mode of looking to capture looking to witness and frame and capture rather than being in the frame and being in it and i wonder if there's that tension that because i i sometimes feel that when i'm walking around and and i'm i'm almost in that you know like i want to capture some cool stuff modem like what if i'm just here like what if i'm actually in the frame and me wanting to capture the frame stops me from from living it while that's that's very very interesting insight. I absolutely hear. You're saying but i don't suffer from it because i've never looking but that's a that's a hard scenario. I i think. I think with with everything. It's if you're capable i would say there's captured days in those not captured as and but that's that's really really difficult. You know anticipate see jerry seinfeld a few months ago while few months ago before the pandemic and he does his bit about you know. He's wilkins through welcome. Time are whatever his buddy his buddy jerry jerry without looking at and he just doesn't work phillies. Hey with whatever is as a guy over there in this crazy thing in is like okay. I got picture keeps I think are a bit. Like i don't want to see it as i don't wanna feel guilty but not taking. Perhaps if i don't see them you know. I think i think your point is very very johnson. Because when i'm working mostly it sam very intense short periods of time. I mean law. Hurry up in way but to go looking for something out with that i. I don't have the discipline. I don't have the talent discipline. And i don't like it enough. I don't particularly like being cold particular light being alone. I think who streep over for somebody came to my office the other day to pick up lands. I borrowed from like he was borrowing pissing. Fucking dying in new york. City was like bundy's torrential downpour days and he's a very well known street photographer. Any scott full anorak on his hood up. I have to take We run under a bus stop and said so. How's your day going like really sarcastically. Way like you know australian. I'm getting great stuff. Like wow mind-blowing so yeah i'm not that guy. I i am certainly know that guy major respect to those who are. I think you should need for you. I think you shouldn't be hard on yourself and over and over. Think you know it's inching it think i've also inadvertently found myself doing what you said where there times unjust out where i am right now. I can you know in in five minutes. I'm walking in on a dirt trail in the middle of stunning mountains. And and i have this impulse. Because i look out and i'm i'm scanning the rise and i'm like this is the most stunning moment you know. I i can't believe what i'm seeing and then my next impulse is to reach into my pocket and i have to capture this because it's like crap right and and it never likes anything but then i'm also like i'll like i literally put my hand on my phone and then i'll stop myself only now man like that's not the point of this moment. There's a time in my think. I have a similar wiring to you. If you could do that for real. I do through laziness actually for real. I figure really on to something. Yeah some days. I do it some days. I'm just like okay so this'll be my time to catch but then now this might time. Yeah it's also. I think he comes to experience where Lose the golf course just behind us here in long island and we were walking on the golf course and the light was that. Can of william merritt chase stunning. I mean the light was just unbelievably beautiful and those three quarter moon still by four. Pm three quarter moon and the sun was going down behind the layers in the levels in the men and it was. Just you know somebody Take a photo this gorgeous. And i just knew that the moon would look tiny colors would be wrong. The scale with bureau as i. Yeah if i had xyz d to do this and so yeah. I pull out my camera. Tickets navjot comeback the. Let's see that photo. Look like that yet. So i think i think also the experience of knowing that the it's better to live as a moment and keep memory as your as you're saying are wire there you know i mean i i have. I have a six year old. I've been pretty reasonable at documenting mostly through cell phone bat. You know every six months. So photograph from the camera. And i don't think i've made very many successful pictures but have been pretty successful Documenting is different stages. So that was that was insightful. Support fund rise. Now more than ever people are really paying attention to wear their investments. 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And i don't know why i'm looking but i know there's something immensely powerful that and i i know i'm not the only one. There's something stunning. There's something deeply moving about this and here. You are thirty your your career. Sort of like struggling to stand in that place of like this certain. There's something about a place where i am right. Now that allows me to create some really powerful images move people and definitely incredibly grateful and i think so many expressions fake it till you make it our whatever you only you. Last photograph even. I haven't heard that one for a while but it's it's hard when you're when when you're freelancer. I think he spends so much of your time worrying about how you gonna pay for this bay for that and you know the struggles are very real far photographers. I'm thankfully in a better position than you know. Used to be but so many times. You do issue the client's happy and you put behind junior looking forward. Never looking back at spreaker. Let what's next what's next. How am i gonna make this some of it now thankfully has developed into I can actually have to worry about money so much but it hasn't taken away the worry of what's next when we're going to do next. How am i gonna do better. But i think in the last two or three years doing things like this has forced me to be a little more retrospective a by everything. And sometimes i can take a quick glance at the catalogue and go. Jesus that's a lot of work from his now bad. But i don't think i'm ever gonna be the person that i think i think when when you think you're during gray and when you think everything's great stipe. Dying it up. I still have the passion to do better. Always have the passion to do better in. I if are looking at some of my absolute heroes pain don you know. There's there's photos they made. I mean they made thousands of fabulous photos. But they're staying right are I'm maybe one too. I don't know so if these guys are always striving to be better to move forward to work with the times the different way. Things are happening. That i think is a bit of a joke to think that you know. Be as as as a photographer can do better and be better. And i think that's the genuine humility of over comes from an. I also think that. I think that if you can find a balance onset between being kinda cool enough. Dick often people who are who. I'm photographing of seen. My work can have often an idea of who i am. What have done but if you completely humility card and it's genuine and give off the impression that you know exactly what you're doing but you fumble around a little bit. I think it's endearing can actually help with the work at the end of the day. But you also i mean not to skip over that one thing that you said. It's genuine you and with you. You're very there's there's this sense are yes thirty years into my career but i had this perpetual beginner's mind total total. It's such an important part of who you are. You just keep seeing the things. I wanted to say much smarter than i salem. No you're right. I've never thought about that. But yeah i have a beginner's mind added at the new. I mean that's exactly what it is had. I make this better. What i did do during the pandemic was really interesting for me was. I've been threatening promising myself to book. A kenneth started as twenty years in new york in twenty five years in new york in a couple of days of twenty six years. But you know people. I've talked to people respected. You've got to find an angle. You're not going to be happy by just a book of your full because that doesn't just know you are so really trying to find an angle in what can came up with was to go back over all the old shoots and look stuff that i'd missed her stuff that i didn't consider because a client had considered it just went away are more importantly stuff that appeals to me. Now didn't appeal to me. Then you know sometimes if you're doing something for someone there's some shots back there that have a great interaction. the weren't let perfectly the. I looked over because the client was looking for this or that. So calm i retouched around two hundred and fifty pictures during the pandemic Back to the beginning of my digital athletic My film wasn't with me is in storage at. I'm nearly through. That and the next stage is to go back to the film and do the same staff. And although i'm not you know somebody if somebody looking at it might not see it. It's not like a glaring statement. I still think they're all things so photographs of mayor. I've taken but there's just a slight difference going back and looking at pictures from twenty five years ago beyond trying to curate something potentially for books what what was that experience life. You're going back and looking through her. Horror horror count by levi. Did that camp alleviated cap. Clo- actually work Dining mean to do that know it was it was it was incredibly anxiety provoking a wonderful pandemic project because it keeps me truly focused that i could. There was no client pressure. Because i was a client so i am the client so the client pressure so you could work it weird times you know. Wake up at five before Got up a few hours. And then like were laying tonight. Because i could go for a sleep in the afternoon. 'cause you know was actually shooting so much so it was the pandemic flu past or the the first i mean. Now it's dragging because i'm kinda back at work in shooting in That's another crazy. I mean thank god. I'm shooting but it's it's it's it's added a whole new level by the pandemic flu bass. The summer months flew past. And in retrospect if i have to find a silver lining. I think that's a major. I would never ever ever have done this. If it wasn't for the fact that who's isolated for six months so it was. It was horrific. But i did learn mean. I learned things not to do things to do. I mean beyond the technical experience dory able to save any of it. I mean all those one. Should i went back to pretty. Recent shoot end lied photograph. Chris rock act forgotten. it photograph. Chris rock. I mean not in a bad way i mean just like if somebody said mark view photograph crystal Yeah but it just in my head. It wasn't there out. Chris rock. Yeah so like for instance that knows house could photo even here so yeah. There was definitely some very pleasant surprises. That were usually quickly undone by dreadful horrific errors no but it was nice to revisit. The story looking through looking through the pictures reminds me of the story. There's always a story so is always A different studio or of gut. You remember the lunch we had after that are remember the fact that we forgot filmon mad so there's always a story so it was nice to relive the stories. I love that. I'm a big believer in that You know a good life as well story life and if you have this catalogue of images that for you even though nobody else will know this it for you. Triggers a moment conversation ori inhale It's pretty cool looking over being back issue that i did for men south. Who's a cover for men's health of usher and we were shooting. We're staying in. La on we were shooting on a beach. The beach houses. Malibu those veran. It was back in the early. two thousands. Probably where you know there was Who's dj onset of the kind of budget for stuff. Styling in motorhome inland big company cover for national magazine hand. We've checked and double check. Triple check the equipment you know. We've got everything because we know we get to malibu. Kinda dumb film has been delivered in a bag air. everything's And set up her lights. Everything's looking gray. And i said rose helping me that day or team. Give me some polarizing in ratliff some polaroid. Just make sure the lights okay. They come back and they're both action face. We don't have any olim but we are too. It's not in the bag. Fill gano no polaroid now. Actually that worried about that. But i know the creative director. The art director in sixty other people are going to see all rights. So usher comes out. And he's pretty he's changed is ready to go and go on sat. I think anybody in me could see that. I'm certainly anxiety. Although it was showing it. And i turned around to my friend to the stylus to as a friend or somebody knew quite well. Do me a favor of polaroid's its own his way from la. It's gonna be like another forty minutes. I would like. Can you change the pants bit. Take your time so he goes in labor. Did you take a bowler has denied unlike depends so but my assistants realized that russian vogue was the host next door. And i said to scholas- propecia polaroid telmo back in five minutes. So chico's over and you know five minutes ten minutes. Fifteen minutes at the usher is coming back backed a bowler ripple polar and you know back in the day you take like twenty. Thirty polarized does like taking three really examining them. Showing them around creative directors worked for awhile. Fuck is wrong with you. You know so. I think we'll we'll do the show show because of got film so start doing the show. The i can see from the beach. The road than i see a delivery van gogh and kenya relaxed. Do the ship. You know that that story is just going to stay with me. Forever i remember telling usher At another time it photographed doesn't realize those ailing rob but me as a human being probably took ten years of my life. Still can't the pretense everything. Okay i mean you like all these images are just. They're all these baxter is at. Nobody could look at the image and know what the story for you there so much more there. That was gonna be the name of the book. Craft store at crapload is good stories. Don't look the photos of the stories of good. The other thing that came by during the pandemic was a idea of at t if you like academy seminars every year and I have absolutely no gift for teaching. But i do enjoy the process of giving information the people once night. You know just to get together. Dig- a ton of requests on instagram Hired you this. I do make this. And some of them like woah Zone but a lot of them are are much deeper than i ever thought they would be. People take a long time ago bev reputation for answering people which is really nice. China answer everybody so we started a youtube channel is called complicated things. And it's we're not gonna teach to set your f- stop but we maybe hopefully teach how to budget for job you know that's been really really nice to so if you get a moment folks Cheka complicated things. We some giveaways complicated things. That's awesome. i haven't actually seen nets Is kind of fun is being that my partner. Alex and we have different views on things which is great. I'm i'm kind of old school. That are young. Knows what he's doing as able to multitask. You know if you have me more than one thing. I'm feels like a good place for us to come full circle so hanging out here in this container. Good life project. If i offer up the phrase to live a good life comes out will to live a good life. it changes every day does not changes in your circumstances. I think i think to truly live a good life. And i certainly wish i took more of by own advice here would be to take every day the grind He can do see we experience. See we contribute now. Delay things because if you delay any don't do it so i living a good life is making making the most of every day. Depending on the circumstances i mean. Sometimes you know a photograph michael and the it was just after his cancer surgery. He said i've got a bit advice for them. Something very similar to what you're saying says when you're sick you gotta make the most of it because there's nothing else he can do. So even if you're not feeling gray or Make the most of that. I would like to take more of my own advice. There is sometimes cited. Wanna do this and then regret it. In sometimes the rewards for the effort Immediate and sometimes awards to come back from months or years or you know the time that i insist on spending with my son right. I'm chopped liver basically mums around. Forget it but i really believe in that. Putting in this energy in time is an icy little hints of this. You know to say hey daddy okay. 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"Hello Hi we're doing second episode of the day We don't normally do this. But for the last few weeks we've been trying to record on at least two at a time just so that's The set up just a little confusing and complicated and has a lot of room for error so While we're doing it. We decided to do it. So moving onto episode to But I had a lot of psychic moments. Yeah okay so I was. We were we. Were talking on the phone the other day and I said something about you being psychic said. Mommy you don't even know yes. So what do you mean so? It's dumb shit. I used to full blown youtube videos talking about these coincidences because when you listen to one of them you're like Oh who cares. You know what I mean. That's just a weird coincidence. But my thing is when they all happen in spurts and clusters together were nothing happens and all of a sudden. There's ten things in one day. They're like now. That is just bizarre. That would happen. That's what's been happening to me lately and I go to show hype so one of them what which was like what the fuck. There's this quote called the man in the arena. Have I told you about this a quote so there's a quote it has a title this counterpart Kristalina said that he like joking that the quote had a title but it's by Teddy Roosevelt and somebody from my patriot. Had sent it to me that I really want to look up this quote about the man in the arena by Teddy Roosevelt. And it's basically saying it's not the critic that counts. It's the people who go and try and have shortcomings and don't do their best and then do it again and have flaws and aren't the best but are at least doing it so it's essentially like if you're going to sit behind doing nothing and like critique somebody you're not the person who matters it's the person who is actually doing it like you might be able to make a better movie but this person made the movie you might be able to write about our book. Herschel over oil because there's so much more to talent or so much more to success than talent mean a billion people who sing better than me. Write better than me Dad's better than me like literally still do so many things better than me. But I'm doing it so like you can critique my work all you want but put out a book you know what I mean so somebody said that to me and like related to it a lot and I was like damn I really like this and then I filmed a youtube video. That was supposed to go blasters they I posted another one instead where I read that quote and talk about that quote and then I didn't put that video on Thursday and when I went on Youtube upload the other video the top recommended video was Christa. Leah's podcast the man in the arena. And he read the quote on his podcast. The day that I was posting that quote to my Youtube Channel I was like what the fuck. It's a an old quote that weird. It's Teddy Roosevelt. It's not like somebody said it yesterday and people are talking about it. It's like why did we both publicly talk about that? Yeah so that was one and I was very weird then That video you'll have seen glass house by now. I posted a picture on instagram where I said This picture is going to come back to haunt you because in the music video for glasshouse. That picture comes to life. So what happens is there's this glitch effect on it. Yeah actually I'm going to send it to you because I sent it to Payton. There's a glitch effect on it. And then somebody tagged me in an edit of me of that picture where glitches and. I thought that my video had been leaked because I was like. Oh my God. What are the odds that like this person? Would edit this photo with that glitch. Effect in almost the exact way that mimics the youtube video. The Music Video. So fucking bizarre. Let me see if I can find it really quick. Oh I love. Yeah so then. This one's like a silly one but nonetheless very strange there's so much fun and my fucking mouth right now. I've roll through all my writings that send Peyton. I sent him my things when I finished writing the 'cause I wanna I want his honest opinion on things and he helps my confidence. Oh Senate to him on instagram. I think it's obviously gonNA shake you when you see it. I'm like nervous. It's weird because you've seen the music video now. Yeah so good. Oh here it is. Did you send it on Textile Instagram? I'm on instagram. Live the Holy Shit Right. It's the same fucking thing so eight. Oh my God I know so. It was all stuff centering around glasshouse to like these very weird little coincidences. So then. This one's dumb but it was just so bizarre We're talking about barbecue sauce and written was like oh how to make barbecue sauce and I was like what he's he goes. Yeah just catch up mustard brown sugar blah blah and I was like. Why do you know that? And he was like I used to work with this girl who Could make anything essentially. She's like if he was at a restaurant he was like if I made a if we ran out of barbecue sauce you could just make barbecue sauce out of what we had. If we ran out of ranch she can make ranch and I was like Whoa. I never considered the fact that you could just make ranch. And he was like. Yeah so then I was like introduction. He'll story yes so then I opened up. We're talking about how weird that you just make ranch and then Jacqueline Hill posted a story. I think it was James Charles. Yeah Yeah Yeah and they were talking about like she was like never thought about the fact that you could just make ranch and I was like okay. This is a little bit much like. That's so it's yeah it's not. It's just like the Burger Meinhof phenomenon where it's like you think of something or you hear something you say or you see it all the time. I feel like that just happens constantly to you. Yeah with like the strangest dumbest specific shit. It's not like I'm talking about like Corollas and everywhere I look. There's a corolla it's like. Oh I never thought about the fact that you could make ranch and then I open up my instagram. Like never thought about the fact you can make ranch just weird or like the man in the arena. One really fucked me up that glitch edit on that thing really fucked me up. There were religious. Kinda crazy. Yeah there were a lot more that I obviously can't remember. I think I have ranted on it about it and of log on I never edited are posted. GotTa fucked upright. Jesus easy because that. That's a message that you're on the right path in Life Fuck Ya. Oh you know what else I wanted to talk about because we were texting about it yesterday. Okay so my friend breeze she does my hair and she's like what? What's the word for Brita like eccentric eccentric? Yes in the best way. But she's very she's very into astrology. She's very like moon child's like into energy use and all that shit. I'm not particularly into that. Shit but I love her enthusiasm so she text me yesterday because we were talking about Just like you know. Have you been in quarantine? Whatever so she said everything's great. I really love what quarantine for what it's worth. It's the inevitable inevitable shift that shifting out of Capricorn into Aquarius. It's about time the government puts the needs of the people before the needs of the system not to mention north. Something is coming out of cancer and in Gemini More Air Energy which is going to make things easy for any jobs connected to the Internet and social platforms just getting started so like when i read stuff like that. I'm just like what I mean like. Okay like the stars are entering a Galaxy Gala. Plex of what you don't even like. I don't fucking know but then I read it again and I was like wait a minute shifting out of capricorn and Aquarius so. I assumed that Aquarius will be January. February like my birthday is Aquarius. You know what I mean. I don't know what exactly she was referring to. She sent me a bunch of voice notes that I just realized I listen to but if that's true and this time of year is when the energy shifts into Aquarius and I'm an Aquarius. This is the time of year every year that I thrive and my life always goes from chaotic stressful depressing. I WANNA die every day hurtful and all of a sudden I'm like oh my body's great man is great. My job is great. My family's great my friends are great. I love my life. I'm happy I'm creating like I'm succeeding. My music always those well. My projects do videos you all like this time of year when everything always looks up for me so that's true and this year's entering Aquarius and my sign is Aquarius. There's something to that right because it's a yearly thing is crazy that this is your common cycle. I talked about this in my youtube video. It's every November December. Never fucking year. It always kind of starts to tip October. And that's what. My views dropped. I was GONNA over million each video and then they just dropped six hundred. Tober starts and I'm like why October always do this to me. Like this is weird and then in November December. There's always some big drama or scandal every fucking year. Look no matter how much I manifest at not happening are how much I'm like. Don't do anything crazy online. Don't say anything stupid like something that everyone's GonNa hate me for saying this but seemingly out of my control happens yeah obviously i. I like contribute to it. But yeah it's just it's so bizarre and then it always like I in I would say April may is when start stuff starts looking up. June July is one of my life starts pop in August September. It's over for you bitches every year and yeah do. I don't think it's a self fulfilling prophecy. I think that it is some type of weird. I feel this is gonNA sound so incredibly narcissistic but I truly feel this way. I feel that the universe is somehow like I feel connected to the universe rewire that be because it sounds like I have some type of universal communication. I think it's I think you're just saying that you are like being more open to what comes your way and making the best for you. But that's not what I mean. It's like this weird extremity. Were like like if this Aquarius thing is true. Nobody experiences it on the level that I experience that shift of the universe And then it's like for me. It's like you're going to noticeably. See a major difference in your life where you're going to be an all time low and the world hates you and then everything's GonNa be okay at this time. You know what I mean or like all of those weird little coincidences I get. That are like almost too. It feels like it's talking to me saying hey member that quote yours was supposed today about the man in the unit the man in the arena unit posted today but like this is a sign showing you that that is the way you should be looking at things or making choices with this music. Video like is as music video. Good ideas it's GonNa work out and then something showing like here. It is like right here like this is. I don't know I think that's fucking Rad. Dude I mean I drove off a cliff and I'm alive. You know what I mean like. There's so many times I bled to death three times and I'm alive. There's so many weird things in my life. I'm like I feel like I have some type of purpose on this earth and I hate saying that publicly because I know that people would be narcissistic. She really thinks that this and this and this but like if you die enough times almost I enough times and then survive by miraculous circumstances and then your life feels like a constant like communication with the universe. I feel like you'd feel the same way I I mean. I'm sure that there are people who do who have similar experiences. I wonder what they what they feel. Because I just don't think you're right. I don't think that all this shit would happen. If there was no reason behind it or like I did. I got stung. I'm deadly allergic to be used and like a really. The first time I got stung was my allergy kicked in. It's like a wonder that I made it in time like I. It's that quick reaction do First or second grade will have to leave. I got stung by a bee and it was like no big deal. My Mom and Dad really crushing up aspirin and putting it on me and then within a couple of minutes I was like I might voice sound funny like I couldn't talk because that was a great voice. I couldn't talk because my throat was closing and then my mom like looked at me dropped. The ball of aspirin grabbed me and like threw me in her car. Shield now so when we got there was like this was a fast reaction like right to the throat And then I got stung like four different times whereas like Oh shit. I'm thinking die. Like so many fucking. Epi Pen stabbed and me billing the bleeding to death one like that's pretty insane like the arteries and my throat exploded and I was like guys blood out of my face. She's a multiple times. Like I drove off a literal cliff and my radiator exploded like I mean and like in that exam. That's the cops. And the first responders and stuff went down there they were like you missed every single tree by a hair like you could see the track marks of my car once it hit the ground and started rolling. There's like first of all the fact that you landed on. Your wheels is insane and the fact that you rolled through all of these woods and didn't hit. A single tree is insane. The fact that you're radiator exploded and filled your car with Toxic gas and you're okay is insane. The fact that they went down and they touched my engine like the hood my car till I whatever. I don't know what they're doing and they told my dad. If I would have driven for fifteen more minutes and I fuck you not I was about fifteen minutes away from where I was trying to go. It was an eight hour drive and I was minutes away visit. If you would have kept driving your engine would have exploded and you would have died because it was so overheated. Every exactly. That's what I'm saying like. There's maybe some incredibly good fortuitous like universal luck is why you have so much bad luck with like like Repairman. That's I've always said that. I've always like take if you're pool guys going to mess up the chlorine. I'd much rather that than get hit by that one tree when you're rocketing down at always say. I have the most lucky annoying life. I'm so incredibly blessed in so many ways the fact that I like somehow weasel my way into the entertainment industry you know what I mean like. I'm lucky I'm very lucky for what I have in what I do but like I will never order something in the right thing. Come and like dude. I I showed you the tax for my manager right about everything going wrong. And he's like this. I for real heavy curse following me. Molly fucking dies laughing all the time because she's just like no you're actually curse because I explained it to her before she and she kinda got up but she was like. Oh like whatever when you're in my life for a few months you're like you're not fucking around. This is real. I remember when I realized it. When was it? What was the moment Or were you saying like kind of metaphorically I mean just in general but I do remember once we moved you into this house and you were dealing with all the moving stuff in that and Blah Blah Blah. Whatever and like you know the Washer guy would come in in the moving guy would common like all this stuff then. When it kept happening single time I was like yeah. That was when the Washer guy came. I remember you said to me later. You're like Oh yeah I mean I felt you were upset and maybe overreacting a little bit and then later as you saw the progression of my life. You're like now I understood why you were not situation that way because this happens to you all the time and the more you push like okay my washer clearly broken and like the guy came and like this is who was recommended. The guy came. He said that he can't he's that it's broken and it's working perfectly and then tried to like forge my signature essentially onto something or like. He tried to keep a form that I did not approve of because he wrote that. I said that he perform the services and fixed it and I was like I'm not. I'm not okay with that. Because that's not what happened. And then try to sneak it in his pocket and just like Weird Shit and then the the guys who've tried to fix my doors. The doors were broken but then they broke them more to the point where they didn't even close didn't tell me me said the job is finished. I slept here for a few days with the door. The back door wide open because they told me the job was finished but they literally just broke it more and then they came in screwed at shut. The concrete people who are recommended spilled concrete into my driveway then lied to me and said they didn't. Then I sent them a picture of the littoral concrete a- poxy that was in it stuck to it. They're like that's not us. We have not. They said there's nothing we have that would create that and it's concrete a poxy and I'm like okay. So the concrete workers were here. You laughed and there's a huge spot in my driveway with concrete. A poxy stuck in it. And you're going. Tell me that's not you. So then they're like. Oh yes sorry. I guess that was us. We'll be there tomorrow. Don't show up. Texts them they ever show no but like the conversation with us back and forth had been like they said they're going to come and then they just don't and then they say well. We didn't count because of this and they'll be okay. No you're right. We'll be there tomorrow. Then they wouldn't show up so it's like this constant like text them. Oh we didn't come because of this. Okay but this okay you're right. We'll show up tomorrow at noon. Never show up shoes and member the fucking The people that came to hang my curtain rods and they only drilled a bunch of holes in my wall and hung it crooked for three and a half hours. Like just dumps shit. That's the Shit Right. Yeah but then you start to experience what I like to call the. Gabby Hannah fact where perfectly like say. Normal people like we're not going to say who but you know who I'm talking about was a perfectly cool hard working person dope person and then went off the rails. The middle of the day out of nowhere like literally at a moment's switch and then he was like and then comes back and is like. I'm really sorry that I did that. Take it can I? Can I come back? And it's like well no but also of course not cannot but do you think in any other situation would that have happened in her life like you know what I mean like knowing what you know about that person. Obviously nobody knows what I'm talking about like just know that there was a very strict. I mean just the I mean I think it was definitely a very specific instance. My business manager. Oh my God she sees the most of it my lawyer who my okay. So I'm not a law firm. My lawyers went to a different law firm under my lawyers new lawyers who just stepped into my life and she said the same thing she said. I've never experienced anything like this in my life and it's not me that she's talking about it's about the people I'm working with and this is somebody who's been in the industry for years and she's like. I've never seen anything like this like I've never seen people behave like this and I've taken myself out of the equation because I'm like you know what maybe I'm like rubbing people the wrong way. Maybe it's like my approach. Maybe it's my communication whatever I take myself out of the equation. So it's like my lawyers and business managers and my managers agents all doing the communicating. So it's I'm not even in the equation anymore and there's like these like everything's insane. You know what I mean like houses happening by the. I'm not referring to anybody on my team. Okay so music. The the day I released my music and my book or wait. Hold on wait. What Time Maria? Oh where it's twenty minutes okay All Right let's ads daily harvest. So you guys here. 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I think that is a really valuable resource especially right now Okay what were we talking about okay? your music follies. Oh so the curse continues to the curse continues. I have actually been very heavily looking into like legitimate curses and heck says because you actually had a really good point one time Irene. When we were talking about this months ago and I was saying like yeah but you know I liked the thing that I'm like really unlucky but also I'm really lucky and you said Yeah but you're not lucky you're a hard worker. Everything you have is because you worked for is like anything just happened into your lap and I was like damn so like I am cursed and I'm also a hard worker so we submitted everything for music so far in advance and everything was ready to go. We got confirmation from everybody right and then the day of spotify just didn't have my song out all so it was like everywhere else thirty six thirty seven platforms had my music. Spotify just did not so. It was very weird Lego that that would happen at the same time. International pre orders got messed up and none of the international preorder links worked again. Been prepared for this launch. None of that's working What else was there. Something else with the pre orders and the books that like was a huge issue. It was like no nobody. Nobody was available at all to answer music or books and my managers. There's a laundry list of things that were going wrong. And then he called me. Yes Oh my God. Like three days ago I lost my mind sobbing because I was like. This is real. Just I have to tell you about that later and yeah you just sent me this text being like Ivan's Industry for so long and I am truly dumbfounded by the stuff that I've never experienced before that happens and comes along with you and again this is this has nothing to do with like I know people love to say it's my personality as well. You're the problem. Whatever but we're talking about like distribution platforms and like a book. Publishers like book. Publishers have been publishing books forever. And it's the same thing every fucking time and somehow it just didn't work was mine like you know what I mean. Yeah it's so bizarre and stressful also like like another thing that I thought was like so gaby was you know you were. I forget which song it was or whatever or oh you're like getting the EP ready to to be put out and then they were like oh by the way Literally six seconds ago we so submitting for when you submit music you have to submit like three to four weeks in advance in order to get the proper play listing and make sure that your music is there if that makes sense. It's the best way to know how to describe it. So it's all I can upload a song and be like. I'm going to release the song on Friday today. Like it's it's it's a lot of work so you have to have the video. The Artwork The mastered song. Obviously like you just have to have it all submitted at once the date So we picked the artwork. I spent weeks choosing the cover that I wanted for my album like went back and forth so much Texan celery. Which one's better? Which one makes you finally pick one? I said it to Dandy Lion because Danny Line is the first single off of it so then after we it's been submitted for like a week and a half my manager tax me. There's this brand new rule. You're not allowed to use the same artwork for a single as you are due for an EP. So because you use that artwork for Dandy Lion you can't use it for The EP and I was like well. What the fuck is like? Yeah I clarified with them. They said this is literally a brand new rule. They're also saying that they can't just change it. You have to completely re deliver your project. So we're starting over and I was like wow so push back the date of the EP. It pushed back my announcements. It messed up my schedule Play listening chances drop significantly like just only I mean. I'm sure it happened to a lot of other people but like because it consistently happens to me only me you know what I mean. So then Oh there was the whole thing with the no. I don't WanNa say that on there. There's another thing too. That was just fucking insane. So Oh my God and I haven't even told you about. Oh my God. There's so many things I don't WanNa say on air because I don't want to throw people under the bus but I have to tell you about it lately later guys just have to understand. It's fucking insane like it doesn't make any sense that it stuff that everybody does all the time musicians do all the time writers shit all the time. How is it always happens to me? Can you say what it's about or is that too much Just better if I don't but I think I might have told you a bit about it but there was something else with the uploading of the music to the. Oh so then I was. I had dandy line out and then I was GONNA have glasshouse out to both singles from the EP and they were like but you can only have one single out from the EP available for pre. Save one it's hard to explain so basically it's just it's crazy just all very weird but I don't know I don't stress out about it that much anymore. I cry and then like move on. It was going to be fine. I'm just emotional. Same I cried so much after my book was out just because it was such a fucking release and there had been so much hate around my book and stuff so just like having it out there and then seeing the response Being so kind and like the preorder fucking crushing just. It was just great to to see through it so good. I cannot wait to have that book in my hand. I know I'm excited questions when so okay. So let's you submitted it April first. Let's say yes when it comes out in October. Yeah like to. I could go buy in a store in October. When will you have the first copy of the final book in your hands? You think I've no idea. Oh interesting probably not that much before everybody else does. Oh cool when I went for my first book fans had it before I ever had it. Oh that's crazy. Yeah Because E. We did a special run in Australia because it was BITCON Australia so Australia. Got like a rush order and then. I was like when I walked in a bunch of people out my book and I was like. Oh my God can hold on. May I please see my book Speaking of being stuck at home. Why aren't you playing fiend? Are you kidding me? Listen guys. We're all at home. We've all been watching too much TV. I know we're all sick of it. I know we all need something else to do. Get on fiends. There's thousands of fun challenges in tons of cute characters to collect along the way DA. Listen I you guys know I love best funes but like Everson's being home and working all day from home and then watching stuff at home on TV and be at home. It's fine to just do something else so I've been spending a little more. I don't want to look at my screen. How I'm not going to do it. But it's just it's fun dude. They always add more challenges. They always add more levels like it never gets old. I've gotten so many of you. Guys in it I see tweets all the time about it. Because best always likes the tweets that people mention them in so I always see the tweets of you guys playing it It's fine guys. Go play it's unique. It's exciting. It's something else to do while we're home. There's thousands of levels already. They're always added every month. It's ours fun at your fingertips you can play off line. Which is dope because my Internet is not working right now with over one hundred million downloads and tons of five star reviews. Best friends is a must play download. Best fiennes for free on apple APP store or Google play. That's friends with the our best scenes Yeah go play guys through the fun Should we get into cues? Okay cool. This was supposed to be like a full. Qa episode but we're forty minutes and I've talked nonstop so it's interesting is it but is it yes. Okay First place thing first meal thing in place you're going to enjoy after all. This crap is over. Who Only really nice steak at a nice restaurant together. Oh Yeah we could Oh you guys are coming over here and grilling having a pool party. Oh Yeah I'm having a party. I'm having a party. We're still relatively small but like me. You Gino Molly Michael. Payton Juliet Christi. Victor like keep it keep it. Low Key Sierra definitely yeah keep it low key but like that'd be tight Peyton ours was going to Hamilton. That got canceled. Which sucks all I was thinking about. That yeah sucks but it was. GonNa be in May March. Yeah what are you GONNA do? I think it was march. Might have been me If you had to be completely submerging a condiment what would you pick now because then when you get out your skin be soft as hell? What are you ranch on? I think it would feel the least gross. I think it'd be incredibly refreshing for the first like minute. Yeah I think so too my God. What is your worse and favorite childhood memory and just like imagine if. I actually said my were shouting. I WANNA do a hard skip on. That's when do you feel like you made it like as a music. Artists are not yet I would say not yet but on my way for sure do you have a long tongue. I do do you. Ren- I can't touch my nose with it. But it goes very far down my chin minds at the very bottom of Chen t the situation. We want a Gal Pal holiday together if so where are we going to love that? You know what's Kinda I had? This thought yesterday and I was live. Shurmur talked about it. I don't know if I like vacations very much. Oh you don't well like the last four days I've just hung out in my pool with. Peyton like yeah. It's been hot as it had tacos in my pool when I want to change or go to the bathroom or get food I just go inside and I feel relaxed and happy and having a great time if I was like in Hawaii. It'd be like okay. Where's my hotel? Do you have the hotel keys? What am I gonNA eat? Do I have the right clothes way? Do we have everything we need before we go down to the beach and don't get me wrong. I want to go to Hawaii but I'm very happy. Not Being on vacation. I don't know maybe I've just never been a good vacation. I only really like and you know. Granted I've never gotten to do like a two week tour of Europe like any of that shit but I really do like quick little baby vacations of three maybe four days. I don't think I've ever been on vacation. Actually really we will Texas but that was like a vaca- of Ak but that was like more like a trip. Yeah we WANNA trip. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah I don't think I've ever been on a vacation where it was just like. We're going to just relax and do nothing. I wonder if I've done that. Actually we go on one. It'd be down. Do you think that Michael would buy you a trip to Hawaii? Probably do you think he'd buy me a trip to Hawaii? You're not as girlfriend so I feel like he feels like a very strong sense of like. I gotTa make sure my girlfriend's happy well. He's not my boyfriend but he's still has my sweat shirt so okay but what if you told them that would make you happy if he got a trip to Hawaii. Why No? He's mentioned like a couples trip but I don't think it would be like to Hawaii. Probably would like palm springs or something. I'd actually be down couples like me. Peyton him Juliette Victor. I was GONNA say Juliet Victor. Not You know that'd be fun. Yeah I don't know victor very well I'd like to. Oh He's a peach peach boy in the whole land of the orchard. Victor is for people that don't know our friend. Juliet's long term boyfriend who I've met probably four or five times right. Well I came in. I haven't had that moment yet of. I'm going to get to know victor. It's always just like he's there with Juliet and then like we've talked. He's very nice. I like him a lot but I don't know literally a thing about him. So yeah yeah I need to get to know like I know Michael. Yeah Yeah How many songs are in bad Karma five was the title of the EP? Bad Karma? Yeah idiot near not favorite underrated. Anything IRENE I feel. You'd love that question. I fucking do bitch I literally. It's so funny. I literally just posted. I think it was yesterday on my instagram story. That lunch underrated sandwiches or underrated. I think a good ship is underrated ship or chip chip. I don't think anyone's underrating chips. But the but they are because like not. There are very few people anymore just like go get a bag of chips. Listen and I don't mean you're wrong. I don't mean Pretzel Crisps. I don't mean p Toes I mean like a bag of Lay's twice a month ish I have kettle cooked salt and vinegar chips okay. We'll salt vinegar. Chips are gross. And people think you're clone. What's your favorite underrated thing? What is very underrated? I just had something in my head and then I totally bb cream. Oh you love. Bb Kralove Bagram But there was something else that I was thinking in terms of. Oh going to the movies by yourself. Oh yeah big. Big Area underrated. Where do you get your browse done? I don't get my brows done. I've never had my bras on. If you're lying about microbe-related Audrey ghosted them The the fronts are micro. Belated and other than that. I do not have never got them. Waxed or anything I heard isn't growing my eyebrows. Like that T. I was blessed with a very good eyebrow shape on the left side. You have both sides somebody said. Can you teach how to play your songs on piano? As if I know how to play piano way. Listen listen to the way. This question is worded. Why is your nose so goddamn bigger babe fucking Oh my Lord. They said they said Babe Babe. Well Oh can I ran. Share more about her past struggles with food and body image. Oh yeah sure I a video about it but yeah I think it all stemmed from like you know I had tiny little petite friends that I was like best friends with for fifteen years and they were always like a size zero one hundred pounds and I was like you know just bigger and so to me at that time in my life. Bigger was was not as you like because now as an adult. I obviously didn't know you when you were in high school. You're pretty petite your tall. But you're not big and I saw pictures of you in high school and you're never overweight so like just like I was a little Chubby and I think just compared to them. I was so much bigger. Like if you put me next to like like you know de the MOMS that I am friends with like. She's six to in like a used to be a model into. I look smaller next to her but me next to like these. Three girls are best friends with. I was like Oh. There's the big one. Yeah I get that. Do kind of like the Khloe Kardashian effect. Yeah exactly I always has never been. I don't think clay's ever been big. No I think she looks great now. I think she's just taking better care of herself but she was never like. I literally looked up khloe weight because yeah I'm looking at a picture which I'm assuming is probably the biggest she's ever been. We'll also corny. Dashing is literally like five feet tall. So I'm saying if. Even if she if courtney was or of chloe was five five. Yeah like I'm looking at these pictures. No close like five eight or five nine or something. Yeah Hall but like her overweight is like the most average woman. I've ever seen definitely me too. But she just had to work extra extra extra hard to be tiny in her mind because her sisters are so. If you're sending next to five foot two size double zero. Of course you're gonNA feel overweight. Yeah and so the fact that I was like you know five seven hundred forty pounds which is completely average in fine. It was just five seven. One hundred and forty is not even average. It's like mid like it's it's average the point where it's not even like like I was five five one hundred fifty and I was like pushing on overweight for five five five six hundred fifty five seven at one forty like gray lettuce. That's a very very healthy weight. I just never felt like I had a good body like and then from that stemmed like you know the eating disorder which was like Orthodoxy owes. Nobody really talks about. Yeah so that's why I want to do a video about it just because I didn't even realize I had an eating disorder. Guess what what in my video going up today or tomorrow. I talk about Arthur Xia. No this is what I'm talking okay. Is that run? I think so hell. Yeah but yeah. Like I didn't even know I had an eating disorder to like two years after it and then it was like. Oh Yeah just just tricky. But it doesn't such a shame to like see and the thing about like knowing I read in person knowing the way she looks like having seen pictures of her in high school to know that they. She's uncomfortable with her way. Feels like she needs to be so careful. It's just such a problem with so many women and men men carry lot too and like growing up in La too. It was like a very even more on the forefront like looks for such a thing like like a nose job for their sixteenth birthday or boobs for their sixteenth birthday. Like was that one of those things like in in Pennsylvania if you got a nose job especially young people talk so much. Oh my God. She's so fake like she got a nose job like it was. I would say if ten people got a nose job. That was the conversation around one of them. Like most of the time it was like. Oh my God you see. She got new knows. That's so wild to think about. Just because of the way I grew up versus the way I'm looking at more pictures of Khloe Kardashian and I've come to the conclusion that so much of what people consider overweight is just body shape. So yes when you look at this picture of chloe and if she was standing next to her sisters you might think wow. She's overweight because look how thick her waist is compared to her hips. So if her hips were much bigger. You would look at her waist in this picture and sharing with you. You'd look at her hips in this picture. And you would say or you look at her waist. Say it's so tiny but because her hips are basically the same as her waist. Because you're so used to seeing that hourglass figure you're like Oh. She's overweight which is clearly not. Yes see that's the thing is like my friends also had very very nice like our glassy figures and I've always been more of a straight up down person and so it doesn't look like it in pictures or whatever you gotTa Budo thank you. I wonder if there is ever going to be a time though and how long it's going to be 'cause hard to tell how beauty trends move now with the Internet. But is there going to be a time where the instagram look of? Brazilian boatlift Liposuction but injections breast implants lip injections all types of injections like that going to stop being the desirable norm. And this is coming from somebody. Who Has Lynn Jessop Chins injections knows injections like? I'm not against injections the very high standard of this is what your body is supposed to look like. And the fact that face tune has become like we're not removing pimples and like smoothing out a little cellulite anymore like it's completely altering your change your whole face. Yeah I try very hard not to alter my body like like I'll alter my body on face tune if my arm looks weird and I know for fact in real life. My arm doesn't look like that and I'm just pressing at something in a weird way. Yeah I'll tune it because I'm like that's not an accurate representation of my arm. I'm just pressing it up against this thing and it looks weird definitely But Lake in terms of shrinking your waist to an unrealistic size blowing up your ass who and unrealistic size so that like kids grow up thinking. That's what they need. Yeah or that. That's even physically attainable. Yeah because I mean this conversation is not a new one by any means but it's no secret that the Kardashians have a ton of sculpting a ton of body shaping like like Kim's waist to hip is crazy. Yeah and people look at that and they say that's that's what I'm supposed to look like. That's what I want to look like. And I always wonder are people in Newcastle Pennsylvania. Where I come from. Small town not a ton of like economic prosperity. There is of word like I don't really like people. Don't people are spending forty dollars to get their hair done? Not Three hundred. La So like our people in Newcastle Pennsylvania. Getting lip injections in Botox. I think about that all the time I mean when I go visit my mom and her little town all the girls that are like are all the people rather that are my age. It really doesn't look like they've done anything. Yeah I think we're in a bubble for sure. Yeah because we live in L. A. Where it's like parties and carpets and we live with crazy because people who don't even like I know people in finance who still have like a lot of work done and again just like you all say this the the day I die. There's absolutely nothing wrong with getting work. Done it's just interesting that like in the hill country of Texas. That's not a priority but like even here if you're not in front of a camera making you know entertainment or you know modeling or whatever your career. It's still a thing that people do. Yeah my friend Our friend or two. But I'm not GonNa Outer 'cause I don't know if she's comfortable talking about our bow talks publicly Not that she's like in the public eye at all but she got a bow talks and she was actually just talking about this the other day she was like. Yeah I love my buttocks talk so much it just makes me feel so much fresher and younger and then we were having that same conversation where I was like. Would we have done this if we live somewhere else and she said I don't I don't know I know people where I'm from definitely get Bo talks but it's not like like it is out here like I'm twenty something years old and the girls that I work with in California? Who GREW UP IN CALIFORNIA? Are like honey. It's time to start thinking about Bo. Talks the same way you'd be like Oh honey. It's time you start watching your cholesterol. Like it's time to start worrying about your wrinkles whereas if if I was still in Pittsburgh. I don't think I'd be looking at my wrinkles. Think I gotTa fucking relaxed these crazy. It's also much more expensive in different places like if you go to the middle of nowhere. Kansas and you won't bow talks. It's a lot more expensive bended here. Is it yeah? Because it's like a supply blind demand kind of thing. Tam We could. We could probably throw a stone and hit a bed. Spa I'm going to look up Newcastle Pennsylvania. But would I look up like price of talks? Maybe Botox few places that do it on my God. I searched up. Newcastle Pennsylvania. Talks on the top thing is Kobe. Kobe nineteen alert. You think you've been exposed Gabby Hannah. Here's the thing though. All right quick sidetrack if you think you've been exposed to cope in nineteen and develop a fever and symptoms such as coffered difficulty breathing. Call Your healthcare provider for medical advice. No healthcare providers providing medical advice to anybody. Who's not elderly or immuno-compromised. They're saying leave us alone. And let the the actual sick people you know what I mean so like do if I start coughing. Do you really want me to call my doctor. You know what I mean. He's busy with people who are like actually in danger. He's basically yes. Okay Noble House Clinic Botox Newcastle. Pa Hermitage close contact the oral facial surgeries and. I'll tell you what I would not get facial surgery Newcastle Pennsylvania. I'm not getting of they're both fillers. Newcastle. Pi It's a thing. I forgot what you're doing questions and answers. Okay let's get back there. Qna was the question that got us. Here I don't know I seem. Have you ever considered making an only fans? Hey question is it only for porn. I think it has a heavy adult content connotation let's Google it is only fans for porn. Make a lot of money on there. What is only fans us for? One of the top earners of the site makes one hundred thousand a year from mixture of subscribers. Who FACE I? That's actually that's a lot lower than I would have thought actually one hundred a year. I thought people were making one hundred a month. Well and also it is. It's got to pay taxes on that too. So that's High. Highest paid only fans she described. Yeah I this was march fourteen. Twenty twenty one of the most successful one of the popcorn's most successful creators Yeah this is how only fans change sex work forever so I do think it's probably I think it was probably built as a healthy safer way for women who were turning to porn hub in agencies taken advantage of to. Yeah I I actually I get that Yeah but I wonder. What's Leonard The plug making? Should I ask Adam twenty two? I mean she does a lot of other things too though. Hey I won't say this publicly if you don't want but I'm on my podcast right now. And we're talking about only fans and we saw this creator who they call the like one of the top creators and they showed her salary. And only if you're comfortable share it with me anyways but let me know if I can say. Publicly on this podcast. We're interested to know what somebody like makes because the number that I saw I feel like len is doing a lot better than that. Maybe it's wrong of me to assume that but I just feel that in my heart so can you tell me how much lennox or is that. So inappropriate desk join the on only fans not with all other vendors. Is that inappropriate to ask? Are you asking me? Yeah oh I mean I don't think so especially because it's like I feel like social media. People talk about their money. Oh yeah well. Linda's also pregnant. And so I wonder if that's GonNa Affect her. No I think that Leonard GonNa be fine regardless if you don't know we're talking about Leno the plug She does I would say essentially private porn with her and her boyfriend and then they bring in Other women so basically Yeah Adam because they have. They don't have an open relationship. They are monogamous in the way that like. I don't think Adamus fucking anybody one len not there but Lenin likes women as well so they bring in a lot of people I don't want to say a lot of well. No they do and like not to be ashamed about the way. I said that I was like bringing all these people to fuck but like they are in their also killing it. Oh Okay Yeah. That's what I thought so one of the other tops It says that she makes a hundred grand a year And not as much different Dan. What happened what I WANNA see if I can say that publicly because that's crazy damn holy shit happening. Linda's rich God definitely GonNa Screen Shot and send it to you regardless to all my God their kids GonNa be fucking ball in but no. I think that they're going to continue to do it through her pregnancy. As long as she's up to it. Oh Shit okay. I'm going to okay. Wait so I just talked about Leno. Allot So I don't think I could add it around her just talking about only fans in general. So do you want me to remove everything I said about you and Lana because I literally? I'm just saying basically what you guys do. And how works on only fans want me to take all of that out or do you want me to just not say how much specifically Leno makes? I'm GonNa tell you know what I get a well. It's just a lot of money like I. It's just a lot of money. I'm posting half news on Instagram. For Free anyways let us so hot though and like I love the way they do it. How should look alike? Kinda me and Lana thank you only God. Her body is also out Rome. I got I wasn't following her on instagram. That's illegal Oh my God. She's so outrageously hot. Holy Shit. Oh okay so I got permission to say. She makes six figures a month. Well yeah good for her. Wow yes see the girl on the article that we are reading it said. She made six figures a year one hundred K. A year you personal lot of like actually end Leno. Yeah Oh my God let me fuck can hop on over to Leno's only fans. She said my bigger boobs are my favorite pregnancy symptoms. So far. That's so funny. She so hot. Are you looking at her right now? Yeah her nipples are so nice. You know what's so beautiful about women? I'm going to send you this picture okay. So there's two women side-by-side different body types different nipple size different like there's so much different about these two women and like they're both so hot. I'm very like this girl has like smaller boobs and like Idi bitty nipples and then Linda has these massive heads and like very big nibbles. And they're both so deliciously hot delicious high are and you know sometimes. I really do wonder about myself. But isn't there a lot of like pregnancy like King Porn? Yeah so I think they'll be fine. Oh I think they're gonNA do great. Yeah they're gonNA. I think you had asked like. Are they going to keep doing it in their like while she's pregnant and I think they will? I can't imagine why they wouldn't good for them. Yeah she so hot. Okay I need to stop looking at her. I look at her by myself. And my time. let's get like. Let's get one more question here since. I've ignored all of them. That's why like the question is you're so bored. No sorry I just have A. I have my nails broken. And I'm like been focusing on it a lot irene. Sorry not to ignore the dire situation of your broken nail. Got Excited because remember when you're talking about exit through the Gift Shop. His name was Mr Brainwash. Oh funny I could not remember that. A cab googling it and it would not come up huddling. Somebody asked put it in the questions. Oh I'm dead most embarrassing memory. I mean people make fun of me a lot and like when people like would share my poems context and like compare. It's like Edgar Allan Poe or something people just said they were comparing to serious poetry. And that's just what goes my head because that's what I was raised reading the. Yeah like I'm not writing Edgar Allan Poe type poetry. I'm writing Gabby was your least favorite thing about the platform. Youtube is become. It's so talks and like the cool. The Way to get popular is to hate on somebody else. That's ex- yeah not a good time. What do you think that enough? I think we good. I'm guessing we're not doing an audio only questions portion or should we not good. I'll read A. I'll grab a five. St Okay. Sounds good sniffles. Yes a little bit. Are you okay Oh Gosh okay. Sid Forty nine plants five stars Gaby Irene. I love your podcast. But more importantly you need to know that your plan does not burrows tail and it's most likely not hanging plant the reddish color. It has it's natural and honestly it's a lovely looking plant. Oh She's definitely wrong. Though because plants succulents turn red in the Sun. That plant wasn't originally read turned red because the they get like like hand to protect them from being burned cute. They're like you yes but I am a little burner now. Let me get one more. Remember five stars all the way from Julia with a crazy face. She's emoji interest. Say that five dollars. I love listening to you. Both by far my favorite podcasts. I love hearing. Gabby explain listen to your heart to Irene. The style of Bachelor's and Bachelor in paradise in Winter Games. Oh Yeah I think you're GonNa Love Bachelor in Paradise Gobbo. Okay wait so bachelor in paradise is where the boys and the girls go together and share the roses. Yeah so like a lot. Like the fan favorites from the bachelor and Bachelorette seasons could be like five seasons back could be last season. Whatever they all get thrown into a beautiful home in Mexico and like kind of hair off. And if you don't pair off with somebody who's like either going to give you a rose or you're going to give a rose to you leave. That's what listen to. Your heart is essentially. Yeah I mean it's like same same formula kind of Ibe Hartman. Oh My god Irene. Listen to my heart and to me. It is so good and guys. I have a special treat for you. I'm pretty sure I'm doing a podcast with the ex of a very controversial figure on West because she is my home he and she's ready to spill some tea and she's had people like podcast and new sources reaching out to her like crazy since the show started and she hasn't done any of them and she said she would do it with me. Oh bit yeah because she was like. Yeah it feels weird like giving an interview to a new channel. But if I'm just like sitting chatting with my girlfriend like I'm totally down because the thing is I know that she wants to share that side of story because she's being lied about. She's like I mean like I want to but like she doesn't want to do it in a way. That's like fame chassis. So she's like not taking these big interviews that she's being offered but she's down to do it. Great tight I mean. Should we just do like five minutes audio? Only sure okay. We're going to do that. Hey thanks guys. Leave a five star review and Subscribe to the podcast and rain. Late again keep going. I think I guess we do. Okay so look up somewhat questions. I like doing Tins Day Bennett. Just talked to people is my favorite. I missed my boyfriend what I miss my boyfriend. Meet your boyfriend or my boyfriend. My boy pain. You must my boyfriend. I can't believe how many questions I still get about. Why satellite isn't on spotify? I'm dead I've answered it so many times. I just don't like it was a great reason. I just don't like the song it's It's just not a good representation of who I want to be as an artist. Great answer do you know your picks of your feet or on foot foot fetish pages. I did I was loving people. Ask Me if they can draw me. Yeah for sure it don't ask just to it Just wake up one day. No that Peyton was the one or was it a gradual realization. Oh it was a slow burn to a gas tank own my God okay. Fucking poet slow Burns who our guest. Hey condie did you write you so me on Swithun? You haven't heard that one. Is that happy? Yeah Oh then yeah okay for. Damn I love that. I love that one too. Thank you What music have you been in to? Recently I've just been listening to Trixie Mattel nonstop basically Tell Music. I did not know she. She's like an unbelievably talented folk singer. What and her newest album is. Very like Kinda sixties. Poppy beechy vibes interesting with the folk. It's incredible the is one of my favorite love songs of all time. What is it? It's called no you all over again? It's like the saddest thing in the world. Does she sing as her character It not really like she performs in her character uses her natural voice. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah so does it. Sound kind of masculine. Yeah it's IT'S BRIAN. Ferkous like singing and stuff. It's just the album art trixie because I think people relate to kidding marketing wise. Yeah yeah a lot of sense. Yeah he's he is an incredible. Yeah for sure I need to look into that. Yeah I just listened to the same old Shit I always listen to Hey I have a Q. Yeah why is pitting? The Discos Tick Tock run by puppet. I did not know spend talk every day. Whoa would you spend time onto every I fucking obsessed with Tik Tok Damn? I haven't looked at it since I was obsessed for three days see. I thought that would be my vibe to and like it's still like my favorite thing I look at every boarding. Damn you might have to send me who to follow okay Please talk about being such a public vocal lgbtq ally. I really admire that about you. Iran. I feel that applies to you very much as well. I mean it just the thing is like I don't even know if I'd be like I'm an ally of the fact that it's like yeah. You deserve the same rights. I'd like if somebody is concerned with who you want to fuck. That's so insanely strangely. If somebody is like weird upset that you WANNA make out with the dude. If you're a dude or like you don't WanNa be called. He or she like it's just. I think I just like have so much other shit that I care about. It's not that I love and respect and I mean I don't fully understand the plate of like what else you btcu gone through in this in this world but like because I'm not in a in a but like I don't know it just comes down to like why would you be mean to somebody based on who they. WanNa kiss on the lips. It's just confusing that you care and on some level. I guess I can understand if you're a mother and then your kid ends up being gay and you have a religious thing against it like that's the only situation where I could even understand why you'd care whether you agree with it or not. You know what I mean like as much as I don't agree with a parent not supporting their child's. It's still I can at least wrap my head around the idea of it but somebody who just a person being mad about another person who doesn't affect their life in literally anyway. It's like somebody in Pennsylvania's mad that people in West Hollywood or fucking. They can't stand it. Yeah it doesn't make a great bit about to where he's like he's like I won't go into the whole thing but it's about butter fingers and how all of a sudden you're like I fucking hate fingers. It's like what what a butterfinger ever do to you. My man lay and so it's just like it's like if I was like. Oh actually like catch up with my fries and you're like what the fuck did you just say to me Like it's just crazy and I wish I could be more of an ally and do it but to me it's just like why is anybody concerned with? Who Somebody wants to make out with. Hey Real quick you. I didn't say anything about whipped cream online right what we know. We're talking about whipped cream. Yeah I didn't say anything about that on instagram right. That was just on the podcast. I think so. Why fuck this person said? Hold on hold on. This is very confusing will happen. What made us talk about whipped cream whipped cream on the but yeah my friend taking a sexy video the person who was talking about If you could be completely submerge economy what would you pick member that They followed up with. You can also discuss what counts as a condiment by definition whipped cream. Is WE'RE WHY? Would you add that aside? That is very strange. That's what I'm saying. That's so weird that we're talking about whipped cream and who has whipped cream and blah blah blah and. Then somebody would randomly say whipped. Cream is a condiment. What does anybody else feel alarmed by at all? I think it's cool. Was that this episode episode. What FUCK WE'RE RECORDING? It right now. And that's why it's fucking weird. That is crazy walk. Somebody said how often you are. Mix matched socks for me. It's a hard never. I can't stand it. I can't do it unless it's an intentional thing where I'm like. I want this color on this one and this on the other one because I want you to be able to see under my jeans. That is the only reason I would ever mix match. That's very funny. The only reason I ever ever ever have matching socks on is if I if they're those like if their brand new no not even that if they're those fancy like workout talks have left and a right pair Wish your feet nicely. I didn't know that was a thing Hayes. Mismatched or mix matched mismatched to me. I literally can't understand how people aren't upset by wearing different socks because the textures different the materials often different like the colors. Whatever other quite literally nothing I care less about. It doesn't feel weird as fuck to you. Know I. It shocks me that you have. Ocd doesn't affect you on a deep profound level. Not at all I used to wear I used to. I had so many pairs of converse when I was a kid because my mom and I used to get six dollar converse from this one store and I had so I probably like fifteen twenty pairs and I would miss match. Choose every day so have like a red pair and agreed pear or like a like like blue on one foot and yellow on one foot. If I was trying so desperately hard to be different I'd rather wear the same pair of shoes socks four days in a row. Like put on dirty sweaty socks than where it makes matchbox. I can't stand it my leary. It might affect my brain. All fucking day can't stand it but question do you really or songs or do you wash them every time would you say do you rewire your socks or do you wash them in. Iran them me too because I go for a run every day and I wear them for an hour and they don't really get sweaty so like tomorrow when I put on my running shoes. I'm wearing the same socks I also like the only time. I'll like wash something immediately after I wear it for like 'cause 'cause realistically how long my wearing a shirt right yeah. I'll get out of my pajamas. Put on a shirt for hours later. I come home and I put pajamas back on her third time. No I don't I don't either usually my indicator of one. I'm watching a shirt is if I drop food on it. Yeah I sweat in it or if I get to pace or something on it. Yeah if I'm excessively smelly or if there's a stain shirk but I think in high school when I was wearing the same t shirt from six. Am to four PM. I probably Wash Yeah. I would wash it then too. Yeah is Irene going to move in Green? Do you actually think you move in one day or is it something you just say to be like? Q? I don't think I would move in I think I think that if like if you know Kristie moved and I wanted to move but then the other lease wasn't going to happen for a month or something. Then I would ask if I could stay here in the interim you and live with me. What you wouldn't live with me no I just. I have my own space. I wouldn't want to impede on you. Yeah remain now. Well you have a roommate now. I know but but we have been room mates for so long. I think it'd be fun no you don't that's why that's why you don't. WanNa move in with me. I don't WanNa hang our meter much. You don't WanNa hang out Alameda Freida. You would get sick of me. You'll be afraid that we would get into fights. We've never got in a fight. One time you gave my sweatshirt to your boyfriend and taught me. That's not a fight. That's just me being frustrated by that story. I know realistically I as much as it would be so fun. I literally don't have a place for her to move into. She needed somewhere to say. Obviously like my guest room is open but like mother closet full of my art supplies and music stuff. So like yeah. Where would she realistically put her stuff? But like you would be the first person I would call and be like Yo I. I do need somewhere to stay for a month. Is it okay if I bring all my shit for a little bit as far as actually moving in though I know we joke about it? A lot and stuff But yeah like I honestly realistically if you needed somewhere to stay I'd probably have you set up your bed and stuff in my gym. Actually Oh yeah yeah yeah beautiful. Yeah but like what situation? Would that even be where you'd have to move your bed and shit into my house for a month exactly like I remember when my mom it was? It was a very specific time when my mom was moving back to Texas in Christie and I were moving into our first will shitty apartment together. There was gonna be like we weren't gonNA be able to get that going for Cobra but then after we sorted it out it was. It became September when we needed it so like there. Was that one specific. Time that I'm thinking what are you GonNa do? When when and if Christie moves do you think she is I don't know I think it will be super dependent on Grad school or business school rather than what she ends up doing with that but like say let's just say that she does leave and go somewhere because she's thinking east coast right. No she'll stay in California for sure but bay area. No that's that's not hurt. She's probably going to be either like she's going to be in the La area the furthest she would go is like Orange County. Oh I thought she was talking about like Berkeley and Shit. That's that's a someone else right. Got It okay so just in that hypothetical. Where would you go though like Alicia Alex? She's moving you gotta find a new place you getting a place on your own or are you finding a room mate. What are you doing I think I would probably like if things continued doing well. Yeah I would probably WANNA be on my own. Yeah have you ever lived alone not technically no. Because you're with your boyfriend. Yeah I was boyfriend and then when I did live in a house in DC. And like I had my own room and my roommates were never really there but like I didn't live alone technically. Yeah so yeah. I've never been like on my own on my own word. Damn that'd be wild if you lived at your own place. I hope there's situations oh sometime where you stay with me for like a little bit. I think that would be fun. I would like that that but also and this. I guess we'll keep talking but it's also sort of a place where I'm moving in with Peyton and we're starting our life together and to like get a roommate as Peyton and I are moving together would be. Yeah if like having like a sexy morning breakfast making situation and Mike. Hey Guy Yeah it's just like as like a couple growing a little but honestly I don't think I'd mind that like if there was a situation where you are legit like. Hey I need a place to live and you had to move in like even like six months honestly let you know what I mean like. If you're in this weird gray area where Kristi moves out and you can't afford your own place yet but you know if you save up some money for a while not paying full rent somewhere and like needed to stay here for a few months like that'd be totally cool too and we would make where you've always made that so clear and I really do appreciate that. It's so nice to like be able to know that you know I have. I mean in every situation but also thank you but yeah there's GonNa be a situation where Irene just like moves in with me the way she's lived with Christy for like eight years. All right guys. We talked quite a bit on this extra. I wonder if we should just make it part of the episode fun. I don't know we'll see it's been twenty minutes killed that one Thank you guys for listening. Love very much lab by Hey did you know there's a place where you can get all the way to true crime headlines? Five days a week it's called Thornton scale daily and it's hosted by me Ryan Williams Monday through Friday. We break down all the craziest cases going on in the country and around the globe. If you want to know what's going on before everyone's talking about it. Subscribers certain scale daily on Apple PODCASTS spotify. Stitcher tune in or anywhere. You listen to podcasts stay safe.

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The Handmaid's Tale on HULU: Season 3/Ep4!

Mayday: The Handmaid's Tale Podcast

1:25:52 hr | 2 years ago

The Handmaid's Tale on HULU: Season 3/Ep4!

"Oh, it's like the, it's a serial like. Welcome to mayday podcast not about Syria, but it could be because now we've got a plan we're open to it a love, sir. Learning. Like I was thinking about this. Like it's really hard to eat the actual serving size that is no one. No, not a singer Winston serving. It's like a half Cup or something Lippi ridiculous on the planet. Does that all people that loves you wanna stay healthier desperately in the aisle looking for that one one Cup serving you like, all right? Even then one Cup. It's all bath. It's bad for you. It's delicious hickory. It's all that for you most of its bed. None of it is satisfying more than. More than anyway. They have cereal Gilead, what he think. Oh man. No, no. The, the crops to a lot of processed. Yeah. Grow in your backyard very natural, except for their dry-cleaning as we discovered, I would raise see Gilead like farms. Yeah. Are they run by Ikano people? And what I do want to grow out of this, this resolves, but they all have close high cholesterol, apparently voter red meat all the voter in the. And you so welcome back. This is episode four week to. We're just gonna go by episode numbers to not confuse everyone do it to policy is too few people because somebody called me out on this because it was a typo in my did not put into description of the podcast that we were covering all three episodes. So. Changed it right away. When I was made aware of it, but that is that's only clerical error. Whoops, I apologize. So. How are we doing this week? How's the week, Ben? How's everybody doing life is good, solid certainty on our here, by the way? Yep. Hi pretty good. Yeah. No. I watched this episode two nights ago, and I will say that I had managed not to openly weep yet the season, but it did happen last night before whenever I heard this one's a tearjerker and I say, I heard this one's a two Jerker because I didn't get dodge it this week. So this week, I'm gonna play the friend that accident that got too busy watch the show. So you guys are gonna tell me, I'm going to be like Erma gir-. I can't believe that happened. So that's how we're going to roll with us. And we also as we know that has been really serious. Yeah. Right. No, the Handmaid's tale detox was on point four real, like the I think you guys don't even understand that never would have happened. Clearly, don't like I would like accidentally hurt myself trying to watch this last year. Like stayed up til like someone godly. On your phone while you're driving or something terrible like that. Correct. Now, do not do that. As I like to say about a lot of things. It's not that serious. It's going to be okay. Nobody's gonna die. Plus I got this. I say this all time were human show. We have we have faults. Okay. Dress me, a lot of people. Tell me about them on Facebook. Favorite thing. I love it because I love the people like so passionate about the show. They're like, how did you forget this? I'm going to be like, because I'm not a robot but it's all good. I take it all in stride. Because I get it because I'm like that with some things usually throw it out on Facebook because I know people have things to do, but yeah, I didn't get to watch the show this week. I read some synopses to get the lowdown. So I heard it was a fantastic, so NICKY watched it. I didn't watch it which is like the opposite life. Right. For bizarre over wrapping my head around. So a couple of announcements you've probably heard this is the beginning the podcast because there's an ad running for that. I recorded we moved our podcast hosting to anchor, which is awesome because free, which I told you at the beginning of this, but also because there's lots of awesome, cool things that we're going to get to do that. We couldn't do our other places so look forward to that. If you wanna go check out the anchor app, it will give you some extra features that we haven't quite started using it, but we will down the line. Like if you have a apple music account or a spa. Spotify premium account. We you'll get to hear music because they let you allow allow you to use music samples from those places. And so we're going to be looking into that 'cause I don't know if anybody knows this are not we like music. I like. So. Give me your overall, the big picture opinion on this episode. Baptisms are creepy than usual Gilead. Bright. A little strange to begin with. But I find them downright creepy and Gilead. And I've still waiting for something horrendous to happen. Yeah. It was a bit more emotional like I said earlier than some of the other ones have been so that felt familiar Nikki said it's turned down. We're talking to waiting for something terrible to happen, because everyone's got PTSD two seasons of like hander, I are getting every time somebody main character walks into a room and I don't know who else is there. I'm like, oh, God, I can compare it to it'd be watched homeland. We're watch homeland tear show like Sarah will relate to the, the first three seasons. Four seasons. There were several scenes, I think in every season where either they would be driving away from something, and it would blow up behind them, or they would get to intersection and someone will get plowed by a car. So now after those seasons where they didn't necessarily do it every time they drive through an intersection, you're like. Driving away from something, and there's vehicles behind them like. And then. Do. Oh, everybody's arrived. So I get I get that. So one of the new features that we have on his podcast, that anchor provides is you can leave us in message you could do this before because I had to Google voice line. But now you can just leave it in app, and there's a link that I'm gonna put up on the on the Facebook page so that you can do that. And I can just get it all in one place in anchor website, which in my life allies. So there's also a support the show link which is a new an interesting thing that I don't know of going to work or not maybe people like us enough to send us the money. I've no idea if you want to go for green library. Yeah, we're big fans. We're big fans of money. And if you're into that thing and you like us, and you want to send us some cash, the number to put a link up there and says, hey, you can tip us like per baristas. It's all goods cook, here, he stays cute face right, there say, this is it we're yeah. It's a bit weird. But again, green light. We're good. We're good. Leered. Good. So again, I forget every season third season doing this. But I continually amazed by the fact that people listen to the show will always be like when I see the numbers because I checked the thing, and I'm like, really actually enjoying it and Facebook was like people were all about. They were super excited that we were back and, and most the most the most exciting thing is that does narwhal thing has legs now. No talking to a couple of friends of mine that listen to the show and they were like one of them said, I didn't know they were really there. Thank you. I can't believe somebody thought they were real. Full spend your I've been thinking about that a lot, too, but not alone. While we're on the topic. I'll go ahead and say because I said last week, the first person to post a live narwhal picture on our feed was going to win a copy of the Handmaid's tale graphic novel. So congratulations, congratulations to Nicole arouse go now there was some controversy because I think Nicole tried to post one and she thought it didn't post, but Tian and I know that Facebook doesn't always do the thing that says it's going to do or it doesn't look like it is, but it really did. So it did. So you won the coal, not the other person who thought she won. She didn't win take it up with me. Get some valiant effort other, yes. And also, thank you for time, stamping Facebook that we can actually see what time people tracer Nicole really listened to the podcast, or just went off the fact that I said, hey, there's a great, nor wall story at the end of this. I don't really know. It was a quick listen, but I have no proof of the other direction. So Nicole, you're getting a copy of the Handmaid's tale. Not going to coll-, who is the other person. I feel like this get like extra encouragement to try next time we have everybody. Terrible person. I just so. There's some great things I don't Facebook and like for real, there were so many narwhal pictures, and so many people saying, I had to convince my, my husband that they were real, I didn't think they were real either. Or somebody sent me this one that's like shows a picture of our wall. And it's basically a unicorn in like a seal suit with horns sticking out. I write about in many. In many loss since last week, when we had this conversation, I read about them, and mental floss. And apparently they used to be hunted like the eighteenth century for their tusks, which would be cut off and presented to royalty as unicorn horns. Interesting. Horns, and none of them are in captivity, because every time people capture them and try to study them they die every through it. So none are in captivity anywhere. Due NAR wolf. In fact, every week somebody put that one there is no known in captive that was one. I got today. That is incredible thing. Yeah. I'll send you the mental plus narwhal pictures everywhere, if you go to our Facebook page, nor walls there and creature inspired something inspired, some woman to go by naral book for children. So that's awesome. See good things. Come for my ignorance. We're doing God's work or somebody's work on. Okay twitter. So I said, I was out on Twitter wasn't coming back. I came back a little because I had to because I know there's people there they got followers. So I had at least, hey, we gotta show where I'm going to tell you. I'm not gonna talk to you anymore. And then I talked to him a little bit. Official giving out my favorite tweet award. And this is ever. I don't know somebody's gonna try real hard authentically top this because I'm telling you what it is right now. Now, just people are just gonna know. They can. That's why I'm saying it's going to be really hard to like truly top this. So yeah, yeah, this is one of the first things I read, I think might have been the first tweet. I read when I hadn't been on Twitter in Cincinnati member. Okay. This is from rogue pampered. Chef is this museum? It says at hand my podcast. Do you know a podcast that a fan of the show can listen to yours is not that? I laugh out loud out loud. It was a real LL. Not even one of the ones that you sit in your freshman you like reading mean tweets. Yes. Like this. Your reading Po-shu show, the face the face people love us, except some people on Facebook that don't love it. They love when we miss little things some of them. But most of them are like, no, there has been a whole thing about people looking for podcasts, that are not ours for various reasons. I didn't get any of those this week nothing. But love week once all go downhill from here, but fair enough. So thank you wrote, pampered chef and I did replied, literally said LL, maybe my favorite tweet ever. And then I told her she could go to getting and not immediately. I really don't cash you could go listen to yes. Right. Yes. A real one. I'm not gonna tell you now because the whole the point that bad marketing into so some other great things that we had from the Facebook, people of Panetta Roberts, the first time you're the first time listening to your podcast. Loved it stayed long enough for the novel story. Here you go. Honest confession. I thought they were fake too. This is the way my kids have the narwhal book, and I thought they were fitted fictional characters in the book, if someone bet me they were real, I would've lost big time. Thank you really wish. You guys grocers based I'm so happy. I'm like beating the bane. Okay. Somebody else on Twitter Brinda Atkin back who is a fellow Saint Louis, which is always cool because, you never know, feel like we're talking this pit were no one listens to us even over here. But that's not true. Now that's that's the rest of the state. Choose truth separate Kansas City. It's like a black hole. It's like it's like Chicago between, like Edwardsville in Chicago. I guess Springfield. We count college towns. Yeah. Verna comeback said, hey, had hamming podcast found you guys just recently after my previous episode recap out discontinued somebody discontinued. Although there's still like six I start I still hurting for no, no and may sell. Somebody will fill that hole. She says a non coastal podcast, which is still a thing. I don't think about very much. But apparently, one of one of the few like aren't on a coast. So I feel like the ones that pay money. Yes. Actually happen goes. And she says even better, there, Missouri, Illinois. People assuming this means you all live STL waves from south city. So. Yes, I lived there, just a few years ago, we're currently near near Katie sushi is a what's her name? Kate Shays, welcome back to the podcast. And so questioned last week, whether 'cause I apparently bring farted on the whole part, Nick June's hand or June. Took Nixon, and then went back in the room that blinked my head. She said that really did happen. And she's she also said, why do they have a lock down their door? She's a hand. But now they are command Lawrence how, so I kind of just sorry commander Joey Lawrence. Also, lots of people were on the joy Lauren que. Did anybody notice it besides with before us? So the other podcasting, few and far between. So one of the host of the other podcasts that are recommended to snarky pampered chef over there. She actually posted it before I posted it on our. Talking about joy. So. And then somebody asked me if I when I thought of him, did, I think of young, Joey Lawrence, like from gimme break. No Carter school. Oh, Gimmie break was a great show. No car. He was a little kid Joey, and then or joy or older older. Join Joey and Melissa Joan Hart headed show together on the Disney channel because anything to do was it called Joey is called Melissa, and Joey, or Jillian Melissa. I don't know. Somebody member someone will, yeah. Yeah, that was like older. Joey. No, I think of blossom Joey. Joe? That's really the only joy. I do believe the Joe Lawrence surgery. He had. Yeah. Oh, did it go? All right. Well, that's how we're going to decide or prize winner for this week. I don't have a price yet but next week to wait the first person. I know. No, no. Keep it fair this week because I don't anymore time controversies all you gotta do this post your favorite picture of joy Lawrence. If you can find proof the joy Lawrence had plastic surgery before. And after picture that's bonus. But I'm gonna take all the people that decide they want to do this and next week will pick one at random. So throw joy Lawrence photo up on our feet this week. And we'll do we'll see we're gonna win. I have an idea. We have several things in the price that over there. We got some give you some more. I have lots of stuff. I have some more graphic novels. I have we have stickers, which we need to send people super excited about her stickers Tian of stem. We have some fat on box that was leftover from the fall. That was pretty awesome. What else we got? We got some stuff from Mari down in Georgia at the behalf. We do now, we do got some stuff left over from that. Yeah. To anything's for me for my notes for the people. Really interested in that bit fun bucks understand. Yeah. I understand shocker. I'm still gonna try to wiggle my way into some of them goods. It's good stuff, so shit behind Georgia. We love them. Yeah. So the social media was just blowing up this week. I was really, it's always fun. When we throw crazy crap, like, hey, posted naral and. See what happened. Somebody did post something coach I thought about while I was watching, but we never got a chance to talk about it. Which was I don't remember name because it's not core. Whoever the other hand, may or the other Martha in Lawrence's house. Guess she was Knicks little thing on the side when he was in jesu- bells at one time in the kitchen where they were talking to recap. But then I was like, no, I think she just looks kinda similar now. That's for sure familiar to that's her. That's her. Yeah. I put second why she was so cavalier, even at Jessica commanders everywhere. Right. Yeah. Like did you notice I did? But I've got some who is Lawrence Lynn Jessop hell. All right. Here's the here's the person called cath Fisher. She said, guys, you really Mr. important scene when Lawrence orders June to remove a book from the shelf. Did you notice all the other books on the shelf around it? They're all him. I did not know that when she was doing it, but I assume that later when she said that he wrote them, I was like, oh, I thought that maybe she just knew, then I was too lazy to rewind and this apparently when she took Darwin off the show all the rest of the books around that his. So that was. Lots of people confirming that the Canadians indeed are that nice would clap for the handmade. Oh my goodness. Really? Yes. And also I love you. They also said that we are welcome whenever we again. Yeah, somebody. The dual citizenship. Please our children. Yeah. Family. It's like it's like vaccine for HR household. Great and don't leave at crystal. I'm dead serious here. It's probably gonna need Jillian Doty asked Wilkerson will be back and, yes, I can confirm Krista will be back life and timing, crystal is busy lady, who does lots of things in both have eighty so you know, things happen. And so she should be back next week. Getting caught up on all the shows, she shall return also crystal to continue stumping real Handmaid's of Detroit, which someday will be. I don't know if it'll be maybe a funnier die. It'd be a good one. So last night. Nikki is a big John Oliver fan on anybody else's seen this did you watch it? Watch it. Okay. So this week, he did a big thing on eagle rights amendment, which is pretty outstanding. And they did this whole thing on Phyllis schlafly about why didn't get past initially when is trying to get passed in the seventies. And then when the whole thing about all the states. Who haven't actually pass it on their own? There's like thirteen. Did. They finally ratified it. There you go. Illinois's been doing some good thing. I know that I'm not that far away. Lua Canada for a short time, Illinois. He's been doing good stuff. I'm proud of I was thinking, they don't get to hear that much. I'm sure they're I'm sure they're your in-laws. I've seen their gigantic mobile command center. Families have a. To set up. I think that's where we're going. I don't know if I can live in those close quarters with you guys, but better than whatever that option is going to be great. I nobody nobody else back. Check you mid convert. Justin definitely exe- factor becomes all of the time. I m d be on speed though. I'm the only happening. It's like on a top five list of apps that you need that settles more arguments for you. Does that? I agree. And I use it a lot for the same reason. Right. You're sitting in the Senate already on TV or Sarah walls, and then and then trust your partner to correct herself if she needs to later, see sir, thank you. You don't need me because I will tech myself later feel bad and apologize. Checking the fact check yourself. I guess so I think any researcher does that? So anyway, John. Oliver, one big thing, of course. Missouri native Phyllis schlafly, and so I know all about schlafly. And if you've never if you if you're looking for good time, and you wanna see someone who's trying to set the female parliament movement back, not she's dead. But was trying to set it back, hardcore go, Google yourself Phyllis schlafly, I know her either onus, right granddaughter or I can't remember if the person whom I know if she was her grandmother or her grandmother sister by. She is a wonderful person that I know families not bonkers, right? Really, just Phillips. Fantastic. Charges near are great. And they also made a point of saying, we don't sign on for their safety, not go. Sign understand. But here's a fun that I know is amazing. Here's a fun fact. Now did some research today, just verify whether this was a connection or not. But I don't think it is because there's no verified fact that she was in fact, like a direct inspiration for Serena joy. Although looking for someone that writing brain lanes, especially like in the age. They are in the book for sure. But her husband's name is Fred? I noticed what? Oh, yeah. I turned around. Really a self-imposed of friend. Yeah. Real if you if anybody wants to watch some ill, schlafly clips, Ling, it's hard to not religion, Raina joy. It's just so Serena. Yeah. In like an old lady kind of way where like you, you feel like she's gonna be sweet any moment. But, like no, she doubles now. She is that was the thing is hard gorlic. She would say stuff like she would come out and should go. I want to thank my husband Fred for letting me be here tonight, usually I only say that because the women libber get really mad when I say things like that. So she was like totally, like poke the bear all this stuff. And I did read a thing today ironically, where she was gonna run for president. But then she has six children. And so all the people that are like on her side of the cause, relax with your, how's that work with all the things you say that you're going to do, so then she couldn't said face emoji, really so. Yeah, it was crazy. So definitely check that out is a great as most John. Oliver things aren't as fantastically produced researched in great education. But yeah, no direct connection from but that whole time line fits with when she was writing that book. And when it came out. All right. So once again, thank you to all our social media people and all just keeping our welcome next week on joy Lawrence photo. So whatever your favorite joy Lawrence's, and maybe he hasn't had worked on. Maybe he's just super like manicured now, I think I don't I know he's super tan last time. I saw him pretend that doesn't into age. Well, there's one particular in particular over tanning, there's one in particular Joey Lawrence that I have in my head that if someone posted I'll be very happy. I'm not going to say what it is the somebody actually finds it. It's, it's another Joey Lawrence fun, like you at least need to write it down. He just looked very, I think, in the builder years like very plucked to shiny and. Buff to buff brought out. All right. So let's talk about this episode. I'm told that we start with the baptisms of all the children and that the baptisms our creepy, tell me about this. Tell me about this opens up apt his. Yeah. Which is which I think the. No, man. Just they make everything creepy. I do like everybody is filing in according to their lake status. India. Great. And you see, as their filing in Lydia is, of course, at the door standing by the, the is, who are patting down, all of the Handmaid's, they go in creepy, and she comments to Janine and. What's the mean black inmates name of Matthew of Matthew and June that they get seats of honor? And so, you know, of course, in for oh, they must all of them. Have had children them. So of Matthews had children are really seems like you think she's going to have an end with Matthew like, oh, maybe she is able to be turned. Maybe she will be. Yeah. Matthew says she had three. And I mind blowing that you could have three and still be like still a handmade somewhere Gilead must be fertile Myrtle. She's pretty young young looking. Probably say interest you on. Does she looked a little younger but I mean, I think they're going to keep going till you can't go. That's terrible. You know, for like better way, putting it. That's kind of how they see it. So, yeah, it was it was so weird. It was like they were walking into like this very honored thing. But like it's not for them, it's for the, it's for the wives and the command rose, it's just one, it's a mass thing, which is like, you know, those mass wedding that they had yet, less vary like the mass wedding. Yeah. Didn't have that church basement feel. No. But, like, yeah. Of Mattie, was super distinct throughout this entire episode. But when you learn about the fact that she's had three children. You're like ooh. So maybe, maybe there's more to her, maybe exteriors, just for show. Right. Like maybe we can get some more out of her. Occur together. Right. Totally voice over at the time is June out how she's looking for allies or something. Yeah. So that's the tone is super creepy super formal super weird like mass weddings mass baptisms n supercrew weird like the birthing scene from the second now ethics creepy. It's the mass wedding. So, like it's just hyper, hyper formal and Serena is noticeably missing lake. They, they don't shove down in the pew like Fred just hasn't nobody next to him. And then the next couple is further away. Very, very noticeable. And she gets a, you know, was that directly when being ostracized yes alike. The minister whomever is like praying for all of the babies and making everybody pray for the baby's a call and response style. It's really weird. And at the end of it, he's like, and we must pray for those who are who have been taken from Gilead, clearly referencing the baby, the baby. So it was it was very weird port. I, I wanna say poor Fred, but that's not really how I feel but you know what I mean like it was just there like. Yep. It will into that happen to us and other weird thing that happened during that scene. Is you here, again in dunes inter monologue? She's talking about how she feels about Fred. She looks up at fray, she's right? I can't say that a hate him. I don't I should hate how should hate him, but I also can't say that I love him and. The basically. Yeah, it was on the way she described what she felt for I was thinking about that this week. And I feel like they're almost pretending like they didn't have seen that the end of last season, where they beat the crap out of each other for five minutes like that didn't happen. I mean, like in their position of how they are in the roles that they are in that doesn't seem like a thing that you all of a sudden, like I recall like your two guys like that's how guys are angry fight. We move on playing video games in ten minutes. But I don't feel like that's the kind of relationship that like to go for Mike slap in the crap out of each other like. They aren't any fine with each other. Again with. To even the tone last week when they were talking in the. Yeah. When they were talking. Like seems a little a little too familiar, not familiar. It was a little too empathetic to friendly, and like to, like, hey, we just beat the crap of each other, and you my, my kid outta here to, to Canada, like all of a sudden, you're like stoke flirting with her. Like I know you're dumb like I get it like you stupid. We get it. But bad any doesn't seem to retain, like. Appropriate behavior levels anywhere like it's not just with June. Like he, he is bad at judging the room. Before speaking. He can't read a room. It's not just what you, but it is especially creepy with June. Or so give me a rundown. Lydia the I heard one she's in a rascal for. For everybody walking to the church arrests. Joke about. Hello. It was it was the hand me that we can't have remember her. Yeah. Of name, she's the one who spoken the grocery store across the cans. I know real. I remember character feel bad. She's awesome. So rundown here, what I have a Janine has visit with aunt Lydia where they try when she tries to be super positive Janine, and aunt, his not having any of it will not receptive to, like, right before that Janine and Lydia continue their weird parent child thing. Thing where she's like, what are you into this Athar reception? Yeah. At the. The Putnam house right after the ceremony. So, like not everybody from the ceremony. Is there obviously a lot of people that was all, but it was like, you know, everybody, you know. So we got our first lady put them citing weird. They hand mates were there to begin with. We ever I Lydia. Little man. Ross over commander, button them look. So ridiculously happy walk into that baptism like he was grinning, you would think he just got his other arm back, so effing happy, it looks so out of place. I had the wives and other commanders all looked happy. But like he looked like he was on. We'll maybe like he's ascended now that Fred is once again. Right. Maybe they're like, maybe he's like canned right? Great. You know, he will. Okay. So run the scene down from because I know from this says it's basically Janine comes in. They have the baby their engineering wants to hold the baby walks in, and it sounds like a bad idea. Interestingly, the episode episode is organized, where chopped up with a bunch of flashback. Right. So, yeah. So window watch the scene like all the way through without all the, the, you know, flashbacks and all the other stuff happening then. Yeah. Like they walk in ladies like you'd be good girl or whatever that we're thinking she's like, yeah. Going to be a good girl, and you're like. You know, there have always been kind of odd to us. And then she walks in women Selena comes. And she makes an appearance, and she in June chat for a bit about, you know. Their butts now. Yeah, they're old friends from what I whenever they, they meet up the pool. So there's an indoor pool like in a in a sunroom, and it's super from what I hear it's pretty and completely deserted and says Serena's in there you know having a smoke as she does. And whatever the she now. Great junior, having a who gives a fuck on. No, it's fun. And. Yeah. And then June walks in and starts having some real talk like kind of gently convincing. Serena to get back with the cause you can do more. You could start pulling streaming. Yeah. Yeah. Recruitment campaign because she had just talked to Fred and kind of softened up. Fred to the idea of letting Serena have a little more control at home. For real. All the time. Lost without her and June picks up on that immediately and starts capitalizing on it because she's smart. And so then she comes to serene all empowered, and she's like, well, you have power, it's only two point. She's like move. The point. Get it. They had some good good lines in that scene. She did. And it was a cool scene. It was a wear the dress, do the job or something like that. Pull the string back in the main, I don't, I don't even know what to call that room. The rich like sitting room. Enormous. Happened. It's off the phone giant house. It is Norman. Well, they're clearly taste. They clearly squatted in someone else's house. It was actually really great did well. House hunters did well for them. So there. So Serena is back in their June. It's kind of hanging out outside because the Handmaid's aren't allowed in that room where the proper people are, and this is serene alike easing back into speaking to people again using her way back into society. Right. And then all of a sudden out of the blue to hear crazy wandering into the room, looking so happy and hopeful, and, like, slowly entering insulate not everybody notices right away. But you can see the room notice because it gets real quiet when you can see June to because. Yeah, you join us right outside the room and tries to stop her. But then she gets away and June doesn't like Russian they're like, oh, God. Oh, god. From the outside lately. He'll be okay. Yeah. Jim can barely contain herself. Neither can anybody. I mean I know I know. I just like held my breath, Knossos, this, the first moment where you're like, oh, no. Yes. Something like a new something bad was going to happen. Yes. And it does it does. It's not as bad as expected aim. Because when she first walks up to lady Putnam and. Like what is happening? And it's like in baby a little closer and the men are like slightly stepping forward like where my the man. I don't I don't know what they think they're going to do in that situation. That's what we, we beat our chests. And, and then she just says, can I hold the can I hold her. Just I just wanna hold her. And are you see lady putting them on to hate babies everywhere, lets her? Yeah, she's getting crazy sweet moment, where should, let's hold the baby. So this is where like this is classic Bruce Miller, but he wrote this. This is classic bursar is building. Yep. He's making feel good making feel good. All we've had this week moment, Janine told in the baby and you know, you know, something about that, that even right before that she thanked June when June showed up. She's like, thank you perceive. Never forget what you did on never forget. We didn't you like who is this Leon say what she's like supernatural column that they have got some good prescriptions since last time, we saw it is nice and the manner. Putnam happy. So we're, we're to believe that they actually. Had like a genuine like little turn moment there in the hospital where they had a. You know. Fanie. But at least softened up lady putting them late. Could this have been part of last season? When, you know, the, the ladies are at her house, like for the luncheon or whatever they're doing. I don't remember and some of them, it turns out, have anti Gilead tendencies. And like we just learn about it, right. Then, like is this movie part of that has she been like swayed by she when when Serena did her deal last season? She kinda definitely backed off after Serena went rogue and did the whole reading thing, right? But maybe maybe that like inspired her like we can like behind, I think she was she's on just wasn't ready. I just wasn't ready to go full reading yet. She wasn't ready to lose. That's for sure much like June likes to go a little rogue sometimes do little things like she wants to do. Gilliat get. I'm just saying, we wouldn't have Gilead the way it is today in the show if she did not go off, and do her own thing, and like overstep a bit. But I will say much, like June those two are learning their lesson the hard way that sometimes you get down much Dula more planning in Boston, people for you go, you know, as silly as it sounds reading the bible out loud. Crazy lady goof silly actions. All right. So then because it's Janine and something bad needs to happen, this episode. What happens she volunteers to become their handmade again and have a sibling for their for Angela or what, what do they call? The Charlotte is benign is the fakeness Charlotte's room. And so she offers to do that, and then right as she sang that even or no right? As she gets it out. She's like I can I can make a sibling for you. I, I can do that. And just like I just wanna do God's work could she's like. Game. No, she little breaking genuine about is just with her. That's what she's. Oh, god. And then right. Then Lydia steps in like savagely whips, her front of everyone with the with the Hanes. No, no. It's, it's a retractable baton. It's the stick. But then it has like long leather fringe like several whips. It's an SM but. Nine tails. The internet will correct me if I'm wrong. But I think. It's. Yeah. Well, not just what it's called. But if that's specifically the implement tastic would that be Gilead? Requisitioned all of the. Text ways and use them for keeping line. So she whips the hell out of her and then it's brutal everybody in the room commanders wives. Everybody is shocked. It was just brutal. And you see the commanders in the room are like which f just happened article I was reading the recap was like, it's very interesting that like it seems strange that the commanders of like basically done this government, sanctioned rape program and have done all these other times, are like seeing a woman, getting beaten her, like I can't be, you know. It you see at the end. Lydia realize what has just happened on what she has done in this particular room. And it's not pretty I found this confusing, and I hope you to or the internet will help me with this, but the internet's full of help. I'm sure so at this point Lydia realizes what she's done. There's a chill in the room like it's awful. And she says, I'm sorry. She doesn't follow it up. And so at that moment, I was like is she sorry is she sorry, because she beat Janine like in front of them, or that she let Johnny get far enough to say the things that she, what is she sorry, I think she I think, in that moment, she is sorry that she did that in that room full of people because there is probably some either lake lessening, her her power or some punishment to be had. But I think her like genuine emotion in that moment, is what did I do? Like I think while she is beating Janine. She is like she is act. Eating out her PTSD shot in her right mind. When I think, should over the line for having crazy reactions because of what she is experienced but what you need to think about though, is like that is, well within her job description, it is. But I think that she thinks that she loves Janine I don't think she would have ever done that to Janine if she were in Harare. So that's the sobbing part later when we see her which was, was interesting, 'cause I knew that she felt sorry, because she hurt someone that I think she has found some degree of love for that. In that moment, when she apologized the commanders I was thinking, will, she says doing something that's perfectly within her job description, and its moments and actions like that, that uphold Gilead 's laws and all of that. And. All of the commanders in wives in that room on paper, totally agree with what she did and would have would have said before they witness, the that, that, yes, of course, that's what would happen that is that is right. And she deserves it. But it's also one of the things where is it much like Serena, getting finger cut off, like everybody would agree? That, that's the thing. But it's not necessarily the thing you do like it's behind closed doors. That. And also, you know, in the, the moments leading up to getting beaten it's hard to not pity Janine because she so clearly is off and unstable and things she is trying to do God's work and just have more babies, and you see her desperation to be with her daughter. And I think that's probably hard for the parents in the room to not identify with for the air quotes parents. Air quotes homeowners. I'm still not over that, but yeah, I just I found that whole scene just it was interesting because I thought will would should she have played it differently in that she should've escorted, Lydia out? And then beaten her privately to uphold Gilead thing like the whole thing was just bizarre. To me, it's like it's like a thing we want to happen, but we don't wanna have to think about it or see. That's what privilege people always. Eight me from it. I know what happens, but don't have to see it happen at it's finest living in America. So the things that I've heard is that Serena has some info four June about Hannah that she realize in a little softening. You know, I'm gonna play ball with you moment. So tell me about, and that's a little bit later. I feel like that's like a sign that she is taking to heart wet June was saying about, you know. Where the dress do thing pulled strings. Yeah. So what does she tell her? What is the information? Do you remember pop quiz slash recap? That would be great. And she says, oh, girl age Hannah girl, Hannah's each would be at a school for the school for domestic arts. Yeah. Yeah. Homework forever. Right. And that they play outside, and that would be in this region, and that they play outside of certain times. Yeah. I think she told her exactly where the slow issues like since she lives, if she lives here, this is where she would go to school. Oh, and they play outside after lunch. So let's big deal because that's insider info. Yeah. And also. She took her to Hannah she knew where she was in that. We still don't know if that we think that was the house because the handmade comes out with her, but the Martha comes out with her, but there were several kids it wasn't just hand was a nanny that oversaw. Hannah in the car in the limousine. It's just her. They pull up. I think it's to the house. The mar- the comes out with her talk to her in the front. There's another. Ariza another genus left in the car, right? Another scene, though where there there's a school scene. There's several of them. I don't remember what it was the. That was last season. So the the alliances being forged seemingly with June. Serena, so, so tell me about Canada in this episode. What happens the candidates because we got Emily finally, call their wife at the end of the last episode, and then Luke, Luke who kinda finally warm to the baby and Moyer, who is trying to keep everybody kind of doing a thing keeping all spinning all the plate. Yes. She's keeping she as she said, we're all fucked up, but she's trying to keep everybody fucked up on a normal level and keep things rolling. So what happens here. What happens? What do we know about Canada this week? All Canada stuff is Senator on Emily, the only Luke Maura thing that you get is at the very, very end which is a little, so, yeah, Emily goes back home, but isn't living there, she's kind of easing her way back in, and as she explains to her wife. But like they're not together. They're probably we don't we don't know if her way has had other relationships in the road. Somebody on like. She remarried as she had. The situation there. It's I, I wanna say no based on this episode like you don't actually see evidence in one way or another. They meet in a public place. Yeah. And then go back to the house, the White House, Canada and it's during the day. So Oliver is at school. Yeah. But he's set to come home and like an hour and Emily's like oh, she's there. Oh, yeah. He's been warrant or at he's. By the situation. So we don't know anything in this senior. We don't know if mom has if Candida mom has, like look her name. I know I'm getting a mom Lawrence Canada. Mum fred. We don't know if Canada mom has talked about Emily has explained Emily situation has a new partner. We have no clue. What's going on here? Emily feels super awkward chief and says that she it's awkward, but then Canada mom's like yeah, so, you know, like she's gonna like, of course, it's going to be awkward, but this is totally worth the awkwardness. Like, don't even think doesn't seem to be any like got this other person that have been with the entire time you're gone. No, no. There weren't any pictures on the mantle or anything like that. But there's not a lot. It's still very. Formal between the two of them. They are just feeling other out, and you can tell I'm only as obviously. Still justin. Yes. Yeah. So it's, it's awkward, but nice is what I wrote down like Canada, mama's Sylvia, Sylvia. Okay, we've got Sylvia. And then you. Great. So then we go up to Oliver's room. He still not home from school yet. She goes up to room because she's like dissolve even remember me and you can tell that she's been holding back this question forever. And then she finally says it and then your heart breaks little teeny event. In you into the room and this is where I just started crying couldn't hold it anymore because like there's pictures of him and Emily and him and Emily an Sylvia. I know I'm going to cry just talking about it. And then you see a picture that he drew of Emily as a superhero, and then Emily kind of is like that. And she's like it's us a superhero trying to fight your way back to us. And that is when I just I couldn't I couldn't handle it anymore man. Right. No. It will look. And then he bring while she's in there. I know. And then he comes home. So, again, the organization of the episode is we've we're cutting back. So this is not all one cohesive, scenes, just when I like dry up about. Then they cuts back to it and she's. Sylvia is like, well, you we need to read your book, and go to, you know, typically doing that, even it was so. Oh man. He he walks in, like high high. Hi, I'm not supposed to hug you until you're ready. Just like oh, God, Justin. I see you starting to it's terrible. Oh man. Synopsis reading was like helixsleep. Maybe a performance in this scene is just incredible in like every like cell resulted mannerisms and all are things like totally genuine authentic. And they said this should win an EMMY. Yeah. After the and like she have kids in real life because she would be like. Oh really intimate. So they go upstairs and they're doing, you know, the bedtime thing. And he's like, will you read to me to Emily, and she's like, yeah. Of course, than so she starts creating to him. And then she makes contact with Sylvia, and then she starts to choke up, and then he takes over for her because he, he. I know guys ING ever. I know you're gonna cry cry tell you what we watched pauses for second going to Justin crime store. We were my parents day and we were just flipping through TV. We're eating dinner after dinner hanging out in the Winnie. The Pooh movie was on. That's the UN McGregor. The stop it. The first ten minutes of that movie, I will defy anyone who has a soul and heart watch that. And not. Oh my God. Like 'cause I, I like the blanket, I came home from the hospital when he threw blanket. I used to have a big Winnie. The Pooh pictures of me like propped up against the winning the in my baby's so mean when you go way back. Yeah. Do I was a train wreck like the first I was, like, what are we like five minutes into this movie? I'm already. My son's main comfort thing when it throughout his youngest childhood was a small stuffed. Piglet and he's of his piglet is a girl, but she doesn't like pink very much. Okay. But he's very attached to piglet. So if you're looking for something to continue your waterworks nephew and follow it up with some more. It's awesome. Because they're like at a picnic because Christopher Rob's, getting ready to go to boarding school. So they're having a good buy dinner for Christopher. It's amazing first of all to Larry's, but it's like. So, yeah, so this. Yeah, so I don't know. I don't need to watch this. Yeah. All the two years all your feelings. And then it kinda cuts to the two of them. Sylvia, Emily, on the stoop and Emily's like it back to the hotel, or whatever, and you're like, okay, this is still kind of weird, even though they had this tender moment with their son, and then. Sylvia says something like oh, you should stay and have a beer or something that and she's like, yeah, I should. And then you think she's still going to leave and then she doesn't and then the kind of ends with the two of them on the front porch. Porch swing. Yeah. She grabs the beer and takes swig and then it also a hopeful note. Yeah. It was it was. So tell me about Luke, and his great plan of being in the baby to the protest. Yeah. Yeah. I don't think we ever actually saw Lucan the baby at the protest. We just see film of it later. So we don't actually see it happen. You see because correct me if I'm wrong from the articles in, like Serena, and June. See it on TV together, right? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. This is like at the end of the night, putting them. Yeah. Some reason. Offered is still they're still yet. And so we're choose joy Lawrence, though. I know. But, like, why wouldn't go back to Lawrence's house one where you're on the fan? Has not left, yet with all of the Handmaid's because they all leave together. I know but like all the. Even in this episode show. No, we don't free range in it for your engagement. He doesn't go out, so he didn't go to go to the baptism. He got off the hook. You don't see them once in this episode. So all the Hemmings are in the van but for some reason offered is not in the van she was heading out and then the comes and gets her because I need you to see something, and he walks into this, other room, where another, I is with Serena read. Also showing them video, and when so you can hear like when they're walking down the hallway is like sounds, it sounds heating, and you hear crowd sounds, then you realize they're chanting something like it's a protest. And then you walk into the room and Serena and Fred, or they're staring in ped- with an I it's really weird technology again. And a Jenky Samsung tap, it was kind of expecting it to be one of those giant TV's that they had more kids that are on the floor in Vienna. Console that looks like furniture or to you, mom. I don't know why. But they're watching on an ipad. Like a I who maybe they didn't take Chicago. Wore news or something. The reason they want the reason they went there is they want her to identify its Luke in the video, because they know it's the baby and Serena is like tearing up. Proof of life. She looks healthy fine. Right. Was serena's. Big thing is like you let each that my baby off with a murderer. Right. Like I didn't watermelons washer. I don't get that same guarantee or something like that. So she is like overjoyed to see the baby. She's like, oh, she big, you know, like all of her heart. So, I guess, to the military of Gilead, they're like, oh, now we know where she is. Maybe I was, I was, frankly released surprised that somebody else saw this not Fred or Serena, and was like, hey, that looks like they're baby. We. Don't know how to show this. The baby is still pretty young like sick riot for, like babies real similar. They look like maybe, right. But I, I know it's been what a month or so here's my thing. I don't know too. I mentioned this to us we I think, I think you're here when I talked about it about how June dressing up in disguises Martha, like is the one thing that kind of makes me laugh because all you have like a phone that says, hey, here's a handmade is try to scape one two through. I dunno five times four times. Now, hey, if you see her doing anything crazy, maybe you should digger. Now I've gotten that far yet. Clearly, we got drones scouring the river yet we can spot watch are watching. On their bed. Exactly. So what do you think's going to come of that? That, that that's like a bad omen thing. Right. That's gonna try and get the baby back. How do we think people are in Canada? I said this last season when because remind people things work both ways. So if. Yeah. And it has got to be some people from Gilead, and Candida. Oh, yeah. At least some like crossover of, you know, counterintelligence or people, you know, on the ground. There is basically Russia and the situation or go, so it's not implausible for someone there to be sympathetic to the cause for Gilead into, you know, be able to run down the baby is there that makes me feel better makes you feel better. I don't know that liquid catch on real quick. So whereas there. Yeah. Maybe this is this is the beginning of the Luke redemption ark way. Maybe they're gonna come for the baby and Lucas finally going to have his moment when he can protect his child, when he's actually going to stop heard this one, take care of it, and make sure that the baby does not get taken out. It'd be nice. Also, good for his relation right? Good for Lusake Asher, like win. Luke does need a win and people on people and social media hate Luke so much Luke shit all the time. It just feel bad. I, I will say that I need the people, the people that want Luke to turn into Rambo. And be like out in the woods training to kill everyone to stop it, because this is come on do not. Everybody is, like that, not everybody's instincts are great. That's not real. Yeah. Yeah. Doesn't happen. You don't like train up in the in the woods and say, hey, I'm going across the board. No, it's not. It's not how any of this works. Also, he hasn't been through the constant trauma, causing him to lake harden in the way that, like June, and other hand may have like he hasn't had that, like impetus like fighter die. Right. In Canada treated pretty nice. Yes. He's been kind of out of the fight, I guess, for like directly impact on him. Yeah, but like not necessarily by his own choice. You know he thought he was gonna wind up in Canada, with his wife and daughter. So what's the feeling going into next week? What are what are the what are the threads that we're going to next week story? What are we looking at? I'm really enjoying seeing more Canada. Canada seems less boring than last season. Right. Well, they had they had to give them something to do. Especially with Emily up there. Yes. Yes. So much more interested in the storylines. Yeah. I hope we get more into the inner workings of the counterintelligence in Canada, because clearly hollies now at risk. Right. So I kind of I'm interested to see how that's going to go down. And how early Lucan catch on to anything at all. Like you said more, you'll be there. She'll catch on a thick super early. She'll sniff some out the second becomes a thing. But, you know, Lou Beale, take the family photo album or you'll be like, oh my God. Just switching everything over the new the to anchor this week. I was splicing up some stuff and I ran into that part of the episode where we're talking about Luke not wanting to get in the trunk because he needed to get the photo albums like talk doing it. So Luke still got that in them. And that's why he does not need. Lover not a fighter. Sympathize with but. She was not before, right? No wasn't. She's coming to the other direction the site that was another thing about the show like the flashbacks back to when Hannah was seeing June before the fall was so startling. She slaves. She speaks differently. She carries herself differently. Just a totally different person. And it was really jarring comparing that to the June of today and the effects of the traumatic events such as been through. Yeah. Yeah. Not just how she's you know, lost all of her. I don't know what to call it. Yeah. Like softness. But also that she's become a warrior, and before she was, so clearly, not barely hold her own with her mom. Right. And that was the thing there are. No, there was a flashback where they showed her mom because I do show Hannah's baptism, and there was a lion. Don't use religion to make decisions for your child, because they do baptize her in a religious ceremony, even though they're not necessarily like super religious people. So that was interesting thing, the end, the episode with the baptism Lucas baptizing, right? Yeah. That I think that convinced the priest because they're not technically her parents. Yeah, I know it was kind of, sweet, Canadian priest refugees, and you're like whatever. Yes. Just bring the whatever God's gonna be fun. Probably. Yeah. So it sounds like a great upset. Nikki said it was her favorite ones over the out of the four. Oh, share. Yeah. Yeah. Stuff happened because Nikki watched the episode. Yes. I didn't I will because now I got feel my feelings. You gotta feel warrant now. Yeah. Because I'm like a greeting card crying guy. That's just me. I'm on a softy. I was fine before I kids post. Yeah. Man. Real push over something soft you. Oh man. That's what. My son, you time. Oh, yeah. I told you guys I cried at the end of major league because I was overjoyed. They, they came behind the. Mall and they made it. Six months pregnant, and Tim is like what is happening? Came back. Well, I just so. I mean and it was just. I really I was like they shouldn't one, but they came back in one in, there is a lot of crying at this date me. Picture developing commercials. Getting their pictures developed lake weddings and playing with their children when I was pregnant, it was, I was, I was in this guy's I cried once when I saw mailbox because it reminded me that I wait gets worse because it reminded me that when I had the babies, I should put the color balloons of their sex on our mailbox so that the neighborhood would know if they were boys girls because I didn't know the sex going into it. I just I just start crying. He's like what's wrong? We have to put the balloon. On the. So that the snow with the cheddar. Oh man. So it was a fun roller coaster for. That's awesome feel free to share on the social media, your tales of pregnancy crying, or just normal cry. What's the most ridiculous seemingly ridiculous thing that you got emotional. The bar set. Major league, I know. I heard that story before I totally forgot store. That's amazing. Keep in mind, I've seen major league a many many, many times it was like a family favorite growing up. I know it's not a family movie. So don't think that is. Children. No, you shouldn't because there's members that woman with the owner. To, to motivate, the they get naked photo of her, and they basically covered up every time they win. They took a piece off. Yeah. Yeah. Visually giant cardboard cutout. It's couplers terrible. Misogynous kinda. Yeah, but yes. So are well sounds like a winner of an episode. Lots of highs lots of lows but still nothing super nothing made able. Oh, yeah. No. Yeah. Now the one thing we didn't talk about that. I know happened from reading was the June launches herself onto Janine to stop. Lydia for beat navarine when he has saps. She yells at her. Like a dog. She's like, no, no. The way that you yell it. Right. Someone who doesn't understand that. She pray practically was down. So I have heard, I know I will tell people that I'm anti spoilers guy people everybody in this room knows this because we've had multiple conversations about books and even they've spoiled multiple things for me in the past. But go on day we'll get the I don't know. I don't know what we're talking about. But I'm sure it happened just because I don't remember it doesn't mean to eighties. Now. See just forgot. I was talking about, oh, that we're going to get a Lydia backstory, like everyone's been clamoring for backstory for like two seasons. Are like I don't care what you just give me a little backstory, apparently. It's coming along with Nick back story, too. Yeah, I think we're going to get some of the story. Now we got a little bit of a Nick back story. But I, maybe we'll get some stuff about his brother, the brother's the big thing, right? Guess brother drugs or alcohol about how he got to be so bad with women. Well, I sensed Lydia backstory was coming because of the robbing seen I was like, okay, we're going to find out more about right, and we'll let season you had that whole scene where she talks to June about how her sister's baby, but it wasn't her fall wasn't my fault. And it was that whole weird moment where you're like, oh, there's a little shot outside the brain of Lydia. So I look forward to that just because she's amazing she's incredible. Oh, also, yes, handmade that we really like in which was more scenes. But we can never remember the number. What's your character the character name? Already. Lifted up during the episode it's almost forgivable hinman all my like Ayla may alma o of name, you know, I, I do not know I don't know what command actually I'd never heard of. Outside of my grandmother, grandma's name was. Yeah, that's one of those like old-timey names, you could bring Amelia. There's some Amelia's rolling around now as she was a really great lady. My friend has a couple of old time any girls and their doorbell. Some Helen's Helen's back in the world. Ruth. I like that. That's a good one. Let's nora's. I don't know that nor is an old name Elsie. Yes. My sister's friend has an. L share because of frozen, which by the way, new frozen trailer this. I heard it's interesting. No. I, I like the first one. Anything else? But this week's episode before we. Wind down into rally bonus content about whatever is spoiled for Deanna super excited off. There's more than one. There was more than one. I don't know if I could list them are. All right. All right. Well, you know, real quick. So your action items this week joy Lawrence photos, if you want to enter the contest for this week price to be determined. It's in that room there at about forty feet away, just haven't point. Nobody can see it but you can't. So you know what I'm looking at? So I'll figure out that's going to be posted. 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But anyway, so I'm just gonna walk around and kind of take him stuff out putting stuff into their like tubs. And all this. I see on the dictionary on the, the page part like the top where all the pages, the ends of the page. Yes. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. My last name and then sucks. Just like how is not funny. How is it not money? Did you leave it? Of course. Classroom right now. So they were Smith that Smith sucks. And I was like, all right. That's how I feel when I. Podcast for fans of the show because you're not one of the I was like that the mailing again. And I think it's a generational thing like I would never go out of my way for even something. Hey, you suck. Yeah, I get it. And I think I think that the generation that is doing all that. Now, I think they're little more comfortable with it. Like kinda roll with it, not as affected by it, and I'm not necessarily like offended. I would love to know why she thinks that, because that's me because I want to know but we're not gonna yeah but like, oh, this show is more breasts. This show is what it is what we are. Right. It will never gonna be any other way. It was always hiding always going to devolve to what it is. Which is just didn't watch episode that. Higher. Let's go there. When Tian walked in, I was like I heard this week's episode is great. And she was like, what? Oh, one more fun criticism story of like mean tweets one time. So I'm in my class with my co teaching partner who I love and have a great. She no longer does teach with me, but at the time, we had a great run together, and is the last year we were together and this kid, raise his hand and he's got a book and the back goes. And he said my maiden name he goes, who's miss. You know, whatever my main was, let's say Jones who was Jones and I was like why? Because it's been enough years, that no one in that room would know what my except for my coach to partner and I go, why. And he goes back in this book, it says who hates Jones and there's like five checks. Like. Just. And then you tell the kid. Told them because it was like it was a fun class. Type of class that could be. Mation. My partners Laffy I laugh and I'm like that's not good. And he should funny. You should have done like a whole thing. Really, like yeah. That lady, she used to teach here, he was really a jerk. That reminds me of an offshoot ten gently of that over ten gently tangent. Yes. Yes. That is word did anybody ever read. The book miss Nelson is missing when they were told Vickie about this book. It's so familiar. So essentially, what happens is this teacher. That's like first grade or something ridiculous. And the kids hater hate, the teacher, even though, she's like super nice, and she's not a terrible teacher. So she leaves and acts like she has to go on a trip. But she secretly disguises herself as like this horrible teacher, like, yes. And comes back as disguises herself. And is like for me to the kids to make them see this is what a super sucky, teachers really like so then when she comes back at the end, she's like, oh, the kids like, oh my God, you're bad. We love you. Yeah. Missing you can find. I saw my child should read appreciate a little more. I mean it's no poky little puppy, but right? It's. Komo puppies. My jam, that's my guy, right there. Wow. Okay. Popey lovo house. My favorite little golden book. I was just gonna say, I, I read, little golden books to read what the kids jam enthused jam the golden finding books, whatever they're called. So on the back at advertises the old ones like a little puppy. And I'm like, oh, I remember that. But the book that it actually is, is Papa troll birthday thing because they love Papa troll. So we read a lot of pop trilby Paul said Papa troll. Like moving all patrol. That's big thing, kids like pop trouble. The pop show. But all the other books are pretty classic. I didn't think I would like Dada by Jimmy Fallon and I love it. Yeah. I thought it was going to be Domino's, like, goofy that. My sister gave it to me, as a gift and the boys, a love it, and we love reading it with them because they can't read what book did you like when your kid? I don't know about early childhood. Well, there was a book called the little house when I was not old enough to read, and it was about this house. That was in a like a country setting and then the city was kind of about. Like urban sprawl not heard about this book, illustrations, first of all, our beautiful. But so the city kind of comes around the house, right building, huge buildings around the little house. Little house stays there. But it's all like dingy dirty, and there's all these buildings and cars, and then they put it on a basically, the story is they put it on, like a trailer, the house and move and move it back out to the country. So it can be a little house again. And I'd love to that book, and I don't know why. But the illustrations were really incredible. So I can read says, like oh, also the biggest thing whichever never. Oh man. I kids books. But then when I was old enough to read, I loved number the stars. I was really into that book for many years, and I was batch waited with Denmark, don't know why. I was like seven, and then another big book for my childhood was a secret guard. I was upset man like hallmark TV movie adaptation of the secret garden. Summa creepy thing at the beginning, we're thinking houses on it, and like the well even like the whole plague taken out, everybody man. That's a heavy beginning of that. Have you never read it or seen it? No. I guess not. No spoiler alert. A little spooky, the beginning of superheavy. Yeah. The black plague at some at some European. Yeah. I don't remember but it leaves her kind of don't remember. It'll because their parents, their parents die and they have to go live with the aunt, uncle or somebody, but they are really rich. But it's like, yeah, this cavernous house where the little within India. Yes, because they were colonized. So there you're there in England, and they're in, in India, and I think there's a plague in India that yes, they are because at the beginning of the some of the colonizers. Bonus. But because at the beginning of the TV movie, I remember that they are like burning everything because they're just trying to make sure that whatever has this thing on his you know, because they have the throw her dollar in the fire. Are they want to one of my childhood favor? Butts involves somebody being really sick network balloons. Do tell tala teen rabbit, oh, never read it. I'm sorry. I had my childhood copying. That's good. I mean it's sad. But it's good. Yeah. Those one of my favorites I wish they'd had Sandra point when I was growing up this. She yes, those are great little. I was a pocket for corduroy kinda guy like motorist regret. You guys had much more quaint, favorite childhood books that were you like the Grimm's fairy tales rail? Really my parents started reading when I was I wanna save four or five the started reading the original version of the wizard of Oz. And I loved it. I was terrified, but I loved it. It was great at a lot of nightmares, but I made them read it over and over again. And I just kept trying to invent. Ruby slippers for myself out of found things like this went on for years. I just I would get like a pair of athletic slippers and try to figure out how to make them look like ruby slippers, wear them around the house, all the time. I really really, really loved that story. I wanted to be superman. Original once they're actually creepy things, and like extra terrors like on the way to the emerald city. No, no, the demise of the wicked witches much more gruesome than it is in the Zor, scary, roller skating clown guys, like return to us. No. Never seen return to us. I know seen return. I don't think I remember it. I think returned to us one alone. She plays Dorothy in that version, and it is super weird crucible could not play like not a raise eversion of Dorthy, right? No. It was super strange like she's not necessarily weird. But the whole like it's dialed up to eleven not. No. I mean the way she played doors out her actresses weird, right? And yet interesting way. Yes. Very much. So but yeah, it's it's super strangers. Dudes that have like on stilts that have wheels that they roll around, and there's a disembodied head thing and in the original wizard of Oz. There's these like, can't remember what they're called these things that, like they look like part of the landscape. They look like squash boulders, but then, like the pop up and have like these weird fuzzy bodies and legs, but no arms and weird faces and like the mushroom guys Mario, brother. I mean, they kind of speaking, my look Clinton that, but way. Uglier. Okay. See, do you guys remember the animated version of Allison wonderland? I remind original Disney movie one. Yes, where the cat stripes, come off the cat. Oh, yeah. That gave me so many nightmares. Like very psychedelic even understand. I. The animated. Yeah. I feel like what I'm getting is like acid is not for, you know. Oh, I always knew. I never tried it because I always knew my brain chemistry funeral no acid or mushrooms. That's why I haven't done them either really should not know if I ever did that I knew that it would go horribly horribly wrong for me, because just watching those shows gave me. I my mom took me to see what's that Disney movie where they're all trippiness music, the whole time. Fantasia Fantasia Fantasia. So will meaning my mom. Well, we know your tales from the dark side over there. We get not Dory, crap. Dark nine mountain is not I had. Nightmares? Not. Of demons, only that much worse than every other Disney movie that opens with the parents dying. I'm not saying that for some reason, Bubis didn't give me Matic nightmares. There's some redemption there, that was just like creepy and weird nowhere. There's more than one Fantasia Fantasia two thousand. The original Fantasia two thousand my mom was so well meeting. Freaked out. I used to watch other crates, this explains your, your book collection. Much. Good. Did have a Greek myths book growing up. Oh, yeah. Good style. It was very dark. Yeah. Thirty gruesome. Yeah. Like for kids, but it's still kinda told like the even the friendly versions of Greek mythologies. Had to find it again. The artwork was incredible. I have a copy. That's it's like from the seventies, and it has like borders on it, and the borders are really intricate. And I mean, the best remember, like what do they call it like the dark boatman, who comes in like? Yeah. And he comes and takes you. Yeah. So I like some dark stuff when I was growing up 'cause I love. But day it's not like I'm the only kid that enjoyed these things growing up. True. Just seem to my grandma is just like always giving me scary things. She's very scary. Things only read horror thriller moms dads, my mom's mom, who's your mom into scary things? Like forever for work of she just doesn't get to read a lot for, for pleasure. Right. Because she doesn't want to. I know she wants to read more, but she has to read so much for Merck, one of those things where like Nikki Serra were like the teach us their brains all day. So when they come on, just went elect point breaker fest in the furious. No, my mom comes on, we're paperwork. Nikki comes home and watches the dodo, the dodo, maybe the dodo. So don't start. I think is like a social media deal. But it's all like animal videos in animal stories, I have seen it on Facebook, and they have they now have a show on animal clinical dodo heroes, which is really good show where they like follow. It's like do rather extrordinary animal things. Like there was one that there's this lady that lives somewhere in the Asian part where there's elephants. She's, she's either from England or she's from America lives there and she has like an elephant sanctuary. Wow. And it's really cool. And she goes on rescues, all these elephants, because, like, in over there, they use them as labor like people that are in the villages, like still use them to do like manual labor tasks, you know, these like remote villages, like one of the villa St. wants the elephants are gone. I don't know. She convinces them to get rid of them, and send them to her finger, these kids. Right. No, no. That didn't seem to be any of that. It just seemed to be figured out when you're elephants gone. And then, like, you know, they run into some of them are like this elephant is like, so old really can't do anything anymore, and so the she has taken, but it's really good dodo here animal planet. So, yeah, all right. To still don't know anything spoiled for you. Think about it. I'm Super Bowl. Remember rant at random times and text you. Sukhavich evokes boilers. I I'm not like on certain things like Nikki is one who can like read the last five pages of the book to figure out what happens at the end still read the whole book, absolutely do that now zero percents. They can't have been long enough that I'm not really thinking about it. Like I need to be like a good amount of time. Like, like I found out what happened at the end of some famous shows what picture of that tonight. I feel like you need to post on Facebook. Although the tweeden, yes. The only. Now I replied this things on Twitter. Maybe I'll up right. I'm gonna stop the going back there ever. Sure. No, I had like the end of breaking bad. The sopranos things like that. Oh, I think you might have done the sopranos. Oh, wait. Have been you feel like there's a statute of limitations on that. That was like ten years ago. We were friends ten years ago. Anyway. So some of these, like epic shows have been ruined for me. But, like as long as there is a really big buffer between when it's ruined for me when I'm actually watching it because the game on everything. I'm fine what do you lead to the game on right now? Anything good. Well, I mentioned last week, I randomly stopped watching breaking bad 'cause like is very good. So, like it after after a little bit, I feel I felt like this thing shows, where centrally the same over and over again there for a little bit. So. No, I lost a little different now. Time you gotta get in there. Mike, mike. It's way better. Guys, don't even know I believe that it gets Crete. Get there the director creator, whatever had so much creative control over this show. And so the ending is so satisfying, and so good you need to do. I might need a little bit of that after game of thrones. See on that note. Madam king. We're, we're not going. Talking about. Joining us staying around for bonus content. We really do love you. We do real. You're the best, right? So we'll talk to you.

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Big Brother 21 Premiere Night Two Recap

Rob Has a Podcast

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Big Brother 21 Premiere Night Two Recap

"Chami. From my apartment. It's rob has a podcast. And now here's a guy who is not going to be a victim here on night. Number two, I am a rob sister Nino or welcome back to our live coverage of the big brother premier night. Number two, as we have our first person officially out of the game. We have a new H. O H A lot to break down here with you live or right after the own some a little after the episode, of course, here on a Wednesday night, if you joining us live, if you're in the podcast feed come on and join us live after the episode sometime. All right. Let's go out and talk to our panel here tonight with us. Oh, very excited to bring in. I a man who is I'm sure not happy with the way that the twist went down tonight. Mr brent? Walk on Bredhauer. You. I am here. I'm here for now as jewelry would say, and I'm very excited about this season. Where are you going? I'm not going anywhere. But I had told the chat and Twitter and Garnett that had not been feeling well all day, a little bit of have a little bit of strength. But I am here. Rob I made it here and I am ready to talk about big brother. Okay. Alright happy to have you back Brandt. Of course, somebody, we're always happy to have back with us. Here is the great most, Danny Melissa. How are you? I am doing great. My draft is not doing so hot. But I plan to come back with Nicole umbrella. So don't worry about me. Okay. All right. So here we are. And we are back once again, of course, that we're going to be taking your questions here in this show tonight, hashtag RHA P on Twitter, of course, the summer of Stein is going to kick off this week. So get your questions and you can Email summer of Stein at rob has whips that come questions for Eric and I to cover. We're going to record that I believe Friday afternoon. So look for that probably later on in the day on Friday. Plus, we will have our coverage of the amazing race finale, which I know is going on live pleasing the chat. Please be respectful of no spoilers about the amazing race in the chat here tonight as we go along got a lot on the DVR tonight to get through after talk about. The podcast here tonight. So we will have a mazing race exit interviews with the teams on Thursday, and we'll get together with Mike bloom and just Gelinas. Well on Thursday night, as we recap the finale of the reality star showdown. But it was a showdown of a different sort tonight. Also, a real quick, appreciate everybody who went out and gave us feedback and star ratings. I saw a surge to the top of the polls on the apple podcasts chart. So I appreciate that for everybody that went out and gave the podcast, a honest review and rating in the apple podcast, or, you're gonna rob has whips at com slash Roswell com slash tunes for that or for the BB podcast only bras website at com slash podcast. Of course. The big brother live feeds, also get started tonight. Probably sometime around after the ease the Pacific standard time version of the episodes of what's going to be about midnight. Eastern brent? Sounds like it. Okay. So beyond a lookout for the bigger, the live feeds, you can sign up for the live through our website at, rob. His website, com slash live feeds, Tarrant Armstrong is going to get the daily live feed report started tomorrow morning, eleven AM eastern, time, eight AM Pacific, of course, those are always turned into a podcast within a short amount of time. So make sure you subscribe to the podcast or the reality TV ra- half of speed to get those. Okay. All right. Let's talk about this Melissa. Let me go to you, I okay? David in the draft, we had been speculating that this was going to be the case. What's your feeling about David going out here for now? I'm sad, it sucks. I hate these day, one day to whatever Vic shins because we don't even get to see them on feeds, and we. We, you know, they don't even get a chance to make a name for themselves in the house, especially when it comes to them getting eliminated due to competition. To be fair. I love this competition and it really sucks that this is the situation, it came in because it was so fun. I liked the fact that there were so many different alternative rooms that you could go into. And you know, if you did it, right. Maybe you wouldn't even see those room. So it was pretty fun. It was kind of like a choose your own adventure game. But it sucky that this is the situation. We find her. Wait on the competition, real quick. I don't like this competition. I tweeted about how I don't like to win the survivors get blindfolded. And I don't like when we do this. It takes so long. It's like you know, I don't have a color, TV to watch people in black and white for twenty minutes. Can hardly. See what's going on. You know, the people get tarred and feathered. It's, it's not my favorite. Okay. All right. That's okay. I'm melissa. I had the same problem with it as rob does, it's very TV visually appealing. You can't tell who's ahead or whose closed or anything unless they're literally coming out the door. I wasn't into and then they have to be in a room going. Well I feel like I'm in a different part of the competition right now. I was going to say the rob because I didn't see her Twitter that it takes me back to survivor, the Amazon, or you were blindfolded like using your fingers to read the signs and failed famously at that famous fail. I like it because. Maybe baby emphasis, but you, you share some kinship here with David and not being able to figure out. Version of this comp. Is that one to alleviate your concerns about the black and white aspect of it? And the in the dark thing is that one where they had to get the airline ticket, and then sit next to the passenger, and then they go from different route like room to room and kind of salt different things for each downs, really fun. So if they do something that similar, like this one to that one or it, you know, solving puzzles, colorful, the one in the celebrity this past season was a really good, also. So that was that was that was a more fun. Take on this. David goes on. I felt like I didn't get anything from David last night. But then I thought that David really had a personality. I was very sad to see him go tonight. Bryant. I was still trying to figure out exactly what was going on with him. But at the end aid key really feels like his humanity came out if he was still like he was a bit of an introvert going into the house. He wasn't giving me a lot. I was having trouble connecting. With him. But I really do feel like at the end he was trying to make an effort to let us into see what, what he's about in what he cares about. Yeah. Like I it was interesting because I saw the end of the cop where Julie's like David, you're out, and he's like, oh, okay. Okay. Cool. And then then my feet my feed cut, and I didn't get to see the diary room. So I saw I ended up seeing it later but I, I was like this guy doesn't care at all, like good riddance, but then I saw the diary room and it was clear that, like, he's not the type of person who really, you know, shows his emotions out there to everybody and his very outgoing. And all that sort of thing. But you could tell that he really did care about the game. And it's really sad that he doesn't get to stay in more than duty. I. I feel like he cares about how he was perceived by America. I don't know that he gives a shit about the big brother gain. That's how I think he's here's his chance. Like, I think he may not care about any other big brother season. But I think that he'd thought that this was a chance that he was going to be famous and rich. And so I think that he was definitely invested in this experience, which is now potentially taken away from him. I you know what though? Like I did like the fact that Julie says that he's not fully out. He's out for now. Would I do because I always wanted that when it came to previous people getting eliminated early, you know, without the opportunity to really fight for themselves. I really wanted him to be able to have the opportunity to come back and, you know, if he has that opportunity than, you know, than at least he he's given fair chance. I don't know. I like it of the chance that he has I think, is definitely something that is under some scrutiny right now because we have some words from Julie. Chen, let me play. Let's talk through what Julie said a little bit of a bombshell here at the end of the episode. Tune in Sunday to see which two houseguests are nominated for Vic Shen toss. It's a new twist in the game. The wax tippety cop wack, tippety comp. Okay, we'll, we'll, we'll bull. I'm sure we'll talk a lot about wack titties. Coming up. Okay. Eight game changing secret power is up for grabs. It all happens Sunday that on Tuesday. It's the first Fito competition of the summer followed by the I live fiction on Wednesday David maybe out of the game, but you haven't seen the last something that has never happened before thick or other will happen live next Wednesday. Okay. All right. So what does that mean Brent? I am not exactly sure what the one thing that I could discern though it does seem like whatever this whack tippety competition. Is it is completely separate from whatever is happening with David, it did seem to me, Melissa like they were two separate things did it not because it was like. It's a new paragraph started when she started talking about David coming back. We need the punctuation. Yeah. We need to know if there was a comma or period. Okay. So I thought that the whack tippety competition is going to be what did they call that last season, the power apps, I think that, that's where did that? I think that's gonna be the Sunday night thing. But it didn't necessarily sound like that. It's going to be David coming back into the game. It sounds like that. He's gonna play a role in the vixen or the H O H I as he he, they're going to probably do a battle back later on. And like he's probably going back to a hotel for sequester and then part of the part of Wednesday's show. Listen, stay. David. Out of the game. But you haven't seen the last of something that has never happened before thick or other will happen. Live next Wednesday, something never happened before live on Wednesday. You're right. That does sound like that does totally sound like David is not coming back or he doesn't have the chance to come back into the game. He's just going to like they're just like keeping them around just for. Million vote. Maybe I feel well I feel like the most obvious answer is they're going to do a battle back along the way remember that. They did about before. But the aired it all in one night, I feel like they're talking about here is something where David could battle who's ever focus. There's nobody nobody's victim by this point. So I guess it can't battle anybody. So how about totally wrong. What if they vote somebody out, and then they have the option to vote, the person that they voted out back in or have David. Yeah. Four survivors style twist, where they go to extinction island or whatever. And they have to have their big brother house where things extinction. The name that they that they think it's a battle back. But Honey, there's nobody for him to back. What the hell is he going to do on Wednesday? They said, if we're going to see him on Wednesday. Maybe they keep voting for more camp directors. And he's still. For that. And all the battle here. Here's what I'm wondering. So we know how universally popular unpopular it is to have somebody that get to be eliminated in these first two nights. But I think that the show feels like, hey, we need this because we have two hours to fill. And if we don't get rid of somebody, there's really nothing to do over the course of two hours to fill two different nights to the big brother premier so they have to do it. But what if they've sort of come up with some way where he's out of the game. But then, also that he has like, you know, maybe like a fifty fifty shot to get back in on Wednesday. I appreciate this whole thing more if they didn't like a regular Vic Shen, like okay sure we don't get to see him on seeds. But at the very least he got to fight for his chance in the house. This is just this stupid thing, where one person decides for people have to compete, and then if he does it like succeed in this one competition. Maybe this one area is not his area, you know going on. On this blind spot for David. And so it's, it's not I don't like that aspect of it. Like sure yeah. I wish we could see the first victim on feeds. But if they were able to fight for their lives like normal big brother, even if it was some sort of situation was kind of a sped up version of it or something, where they do the nomination the veto and the election, then I get behind that. Because at least they have the chance to plead for the, their case and win the veto and all that sort of stuff. But was what happened the Cameron? Yeah. I, I mean I kind of feel that also the Chad has reminded me that the action is Wednesday. But that's still doesn't help me because I don't feel like they're going to do an eviction and Ben have a competition. I mean, I just don't feel like that that's going to go that way. So can't be a battle back in my opinion. You know what I'm saying? I don't feel like that that's going to have to see, you know, so I if he if he gets a chance to come back right away, after he was just a victim. That's really dome. And I don't think it's going to play very well because I mean he's chance he was banished from the house, you had a chance to come back in and he'll lots. And now week later, you're going to give him another chance to come back in what if it's that he just has something to do with the active competition, just like something like hey guy. The wack pack and then later on a battle back like they did with Cameron where Cameron got two then compete knows Cameron, Cody in those guys who's Cameron person. You mean Steve? To give to compete. I'm making a joke because Cameron really got screwed over by by the old guy. He wasn't talking about I out. Yeah. I don't know. No, listen. Listen. Listen. No. Cliff cliff and big brother. Totally screwed over Cameron tonight because cliff when he got back into the house. This is what he said. They were thinking this guy wasn't gonna be sticking around, but I'm not glad. I'm not Jodi, thanks guys. I'm sure it's the peace. So you're saying that as the oldest houseguests that was that's, that's what he was. He was citing old. I thought he was saying the night, one Vic shin people and I took it as the old person getting voted out first, but Jodi old person. Yeah. Well, even he was doing night, one people. And then he puts summer's steam on that list instead of tavern. Yeah, the other people in that season Jodi was not like a spree iron. Hot crowd, sort of thing. I'm not to. I'm not treating me nice wear. I'm just saying. They inc. Comparison to the other people. Abby. On the podcast. How old was Jodi, which you play saying? She was in her forties. Boogie was older than her. God. Oh. Cal. I wouldn't know how old she was fourteen. I'm sure the about eight seconds. Tell me why tell me hold. She was. Okay. All right. So all right. David is gone and for now we'll see what happens. And then we had a lot to do with Jackson sort of, in the lead up to this. And then following all of this Jackson playing real hard right now Brent really hard and really knowing me, Mickey same. Well, I didn't want this can we visit this? Let's set this up. Okay. So Jackson not Jackson anymore. He is Mickey and we got this setup that Jack tells us, okay? Hey, everybody, we're changing some names around here brothers all about making connections unloving these days, boy, Nick, southern boy Jackson, my name's Jack too, so we're calling Jackson Vicki his last name come on American. I'm the most Jack Jack. So we can't have Jackson and Jack but. But Mickey Nick is fine Melissa that's using that won't be confusing for Mickey. And Nick, we won't I feel like it's gonna take me a minute to get all the names now that everyone's twitching. Like I feel like I just got comfortable which. And now of than they've all got new names like our Ana leases. And, you know, like Chami is Thomas or something? And now everybody's got different names. So I don't even know I'm going to have to get used to it. Anybody on the panel changing their name for the season? There was that one season of big brother, OT Taryn was biscuit. Yes or TASR. Yeah. Right. Right. As tear now. So many me slow names. Okay. All right. So Jackson is Mickey now are we this is canon? We're, we're all this forget Jackson out Mickey. And I feel like we'll switch back and forth. I mean I've been he's Jackson in my head. So it's going to take me a while to switch it around Mickey, but on the other hand, it is easier. I mean, I don't have any problem telling the difference between Jackson Jack when I say that when I say, Jack Illinois him talking about alchemy guy when I say Jackson, I'm talking about crazy guy with the square jaw. Is that Jackson his job because he does not look like Jack to me, look like a jet? Was he looked like most? Jason momoa. Okay. All right. So all right. So Jackson plane real hard. We saw a lot leading up to everything. How did he make these decisions? I thought that was really funny when he was talking about this precarious position that he was in. And he was, I think, feeling a little sorry for himself at this point. This dam. Sure. Yeah. Jackson definitely did not ask for this did not go on the half and campaign. Absolutely get ten people to vote for him. He knew that there was a power that he didn't know what the power was. He knew that he was going to have some sort of responsibility, and he still wanted to be safe. You didn't care about the consequences where you have somebody like OBI who throughout the show is looking ahead to the big game as Steve talked about so well, on the show last night, by the way, I love the show last night, you can totally tell why Steve Moses one big brother seventeen. He is such a sweetie. And I love the part where he was like I went online and gave four stars or five stars or whatever to rob podcasts. Anna Terron show. And I'm like you know what? I did too when when you guys. Oh. Oh, yeah. Steve was great. He's saying the whole lyrics to the Taryn show, the grant from Wilfrid America before the show started. So he was. True fan man. Good. Job will. Yes. Okay. She tune Melissa talk to me about the, the actual people that, that were picked by Jackson. Did he do a good job here? Well now but it's also hard. I feel like it's hard to do it generally. But his logic didn't quite make sense. And then I don't know. I there could have been a better way to do it, and I feel like it could have been put off on other people. Like you could have found a way to get everyone in the house to agree on a certain number of people. Maybe I don't know. I feel like he just did not do a good job. A couple of things I feel like he did as well as he could have done in the overall result. But he failed on the execution. It seems to me that it was pretty easy to just put up three people who were competing campaigning against you threw their hats into the ring. And because you didn't take those people they pick themselves and foreperson Chemi, who hasn't said anything to you even went to the day room and said look, I'm gonna go kiss his ass. I'm not she didn't even have with him on. I'm standing Chemi with you all but she's got a play. Better is, she may not even like the guy, but she's got to go up and say something, and kiss his ass, and make him think that she actually cares about his well-being and the game because she didn't do a good job of that. She could have been Allen. I want if she wasn't lucky. So I feel like you did it. Okay. Job picking be score people. But he had an out in the first three of those people. But for some reason he went back on it with David and said, like I'm gonna put these people up, but I need to put you up as upon it a sick with look, I'm putting people up who campaign against me, period. End of story, and I have to pick somebody else. Sorry, Kimmy girl by David neat to pound the table, there, he was sort of, like I don't like it. Nope. I gotta be honest, not crazy about this idea. Does he have to say? Hell no. You cannot do this to me. I think he could do that. But in a way, that's like, hey I wanna work with you. Like, we've got strong guys right here once I get back in the house, like I won't wanna work with you. If you put me up or whatever, you know, something. Like that. Because at the time it seemed like he was verse. Sure going to come back in the house. I mean any competition, it's against those guys, you know, he has such a great chance to come back in, but it didn't I don't feel like David, it's one of those things where you have to walk a fine line. You can't just be like absolutely not. I refuse to do this, because then people are like, well, you're not a team player and now you're mean, and if you but if you don't fight them on it, and you accept it pretty readily then they're like, oh, well, then they don't care. We'll, then it's fine. We'll say the one thing that they did do, right. Was what Taryn talks about so well on the show last night, where Jack came in and said, look, one thing, the number one thing you have to do is lock in the people that voted you in make sure you get those people and keep them safe because if you don't do that, and this was totally worth nothing. So I was at least glad to hear some semblance of strategy from Jack telling Mickey to keep all those people safe and given the ten. Voted for him. And he can't nominate himself. I mean who else does he put up rob? Okay. So everybody goes in and. Any of the thoughts of the already talked about the, the competition as we are talking really unlucky in that all the competitions. I've seen this is probably the one that really neutered, David's physical ability is just totally made everything that didn't help. Yeah. No amount of exercise is going to help you on this competition. I mean cliff came through. I God bless cliffs. I'm so happy for him that he made it through first thrilling to see. Really well up Titians. Yeah. He's up there. What's final five or final? Durance competition. I was thrilled with that. Okay. All right. Let's go back to the post competition, big brother house. And so we saw a little bit more on Tommy and Christie. Now Brent we have seen a lot about the pair, Tommy and Christie. I know that you are still confident that there are additional payers in the house, or, or have you walked that back at all. No, I want that. I walked back shit. They're still there's more pairs than house. I, I just think that this one was so obvious that they had to own it, and they try to like, weasel their shoehorn it into the story with Jewish saying, well, there's maybe somebody who knows each other. But I, I said, what I said the other night on the show, which is that they just didn't care. They ended up casting people who ended up knowing each other, and that's that. So I'm starting to think that it is not intentional and. Well, not starting, but I'm getting confident that it was not intentional because if it was intentional they would have mentioned, you know, Holly and Catherine knowing each other and would have said, like, okay, we've got a few pairs in the house like this was on purpose. But instead, it's one pair. And this connection is like the most tenuous connection ever. It's like my aunt dated MU a while ago in a relationship, and we would lady Gaga concert together. It's like these are not. That's not like you know, it doesn't really big Xs. It's not whatever it's like this really strange relationship. Is that even a relationship? It's like so that's why Twitter everybody who watches big brother couldn't believe this. We couldn't nobody could believe that. They did this on purpose because how could they do this on purpose? I mean, you know, you have people who each other going into the house. Why would you do that? But in the end they. I think the most easy way. The looking at this to rose colored glasses, I'll say this, they found some people that they liked bay later on found at bay have a connection. And they looked at it and said. Bouquets. Let's try it out. I mean that's how I feel like what had Halloween. Catherine know each other prior to audition, for big brother from what you understand. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Okay. I wasn't sure those like they met each other on the live noted for years, okay? You. Yes, they're incident. Of course it's private now but before. You Twitter shown Instagram posts and whatnot of people. Hey, girl. Get some answers on this when the light feeds come on less, the live feeds cut out, every time that those to ever talk to each other. So. I guess it's possible. We'll, so we'll see. All right. So we also found out most seems like that it was a little bit of a not so amicable break-up between Christie and at Tommy's aunt. Yeah. That was definitely a question. We had going in was is this still a friendship or is different ship. Not a friendship finish. You. So that's going to be interesting, because, you know, going in, we all thought, okay, they know each other, that's and they know each other in the outside world. So that's automats someone you can trust. If there is bad blood, they probably can't trust each other. At least they're going to be wary of each other. So it kind of makes on just going to say I call Bs on this, because like you had her on the other night saying, Christiane talking about say, well, this could be a thing about girls thought it's a good thing. You have somebody, you have an advantage. Nobody else will see me, nobody else in the house has in that, you know, each other you only from the outside world, you have a sense of trust of who this person is in what they're like that. You don't have anybody else in the house. That's why I do think it'd be an Tommy ended up throwing Christie and cheering for because he's competent about her keeping safe. I mean, that's just such a leg up to have in the house to have somebody who you know, you can trust, at least in the early going and. If not for the first two thirds of the game now, may get to a point the later on down the line, where Chrissy takes a hard look at it and says, maybe Thomas to up the beat in the end has to give him the ego. But I don't think that's happening. I think there for long haul. Okay. Okay, we'll we'll see again. We'll find out how that relationship has grown over the course of the first week very soon. So we have our H O H composition actually before that. We, we alliance in the house, Melissa. Yes, we do at six personnel. I ns that is not called level six. What is called? Yeah. It's, it's basically a lot of people that watch the twenty said, oh, that worked. That was a good idea. Six. Good number. We're not going to say why we think get never. That was good. So. A great number Jack Mickey, and Nick, and then it's Bella Christie and Holly and Holly. Okay. All right. I have to say Bella gets around girl. I. Sommese to me, if you said to me they bid Jackson, and Jack are gonna pick a girl to be in an alliance together. I would not have picks Bella, I would think that they would like to pick like, the, you know, paper like vanilla, blonde Princess in Catherine, but I was so stoked when they will chose Bella because I love her, and she even the diary room is like another alliance just fell in my lap. Like I mean I I'm like this Christine thing where she just happened to be in the room and they couldn't contain them like it. And then they, they thus had to include her, because that's how it to me with that. Yeah. I mean it seemed like that. But then later on, you know, Jack goes directly to heard to bring her in, and when they were talking about okay who else can we include? He brought her name up right away, was like Bella by, like her. I mean I, I would be totally into a Bella Jack. Alliance. Right. But power six is that the name of the alliance was a placeholder right now? I felt like it was a placeholder but it may be the name. I honestly wasn't paying much attention. I was more astounded that people that I actually like in Christie and Bella Warren included this alliance so that I didn't have to totally root against the six personal lions from the start like I did last year. Yeah. That's gonna be the real name. I don't know. I always it always is interesting to me when they come up with these names that are, like, so dumb sometimes. And we're like that's ridiculous. That's not going to last. And then we end up getting close. Like, had fouled, and we have the pretty boys IRO in the pretty boys reform, girl, like word, not gonna say this for very long in America. The whole season is pretty wise this pretty boys that. I know it's only the second of the show. How legit do you think this alliance of six could be because they, we see sometimes where there's one side of the house and the house forms and yellow the times where, you know, a group that is able to stay undetected and just pick off other people, and nobody even knows what's going on. I mean, I want to say that it's not gonna last and the reason I'm going to say that is because I don't feel like that this collection of people really has a lot in common on the other hand. I we feel like Casey was out of place last year levels in level, six and big brother. Twenty I always felt like she was in the wrong group. But yet, she fit in perfectly with level, six in all the way to the end, and won the show. So I mean hell of I know rob Deb your asking me. I'm going to say it's not going to last very long. What do you think? See, it's different now that Christie has won a age because I feel like that is something that will help the alliance stays strong because they don't need to pick each other out there need to be like, well, okay, we're not in power. Get get rid of whoever. You know. So I think that will certainly help keep the keep lines going. However, I agree with Brenton that, it really just seems like this random collection of people that doesn't really know each other yet. I mean, it's, it's hard to say because we haven't been watching the feeds, but it does seem that way that it's just like this person, and that person what that all you guys together. But sometimes that, you know, that lasts long time knows I think that everybody wants to replicate what we just saw. I think that it probably is a disservice to level six and how good they were at keeping what they were doing a secret to say that the six random people could just come in and try to do the same thing. Yeah. But then again I saw done west year. I'm less season on Canada's seven were they saw alliance that they looked kinda pretty shaney and decided to try to replicate it, and it seemed kind of random the people that were coming together. And then it works, so who knows what's gonna happen here. All right. Let's see what the h h it was kind of a weird h wear we had people hanging on these totem poles and that the camp director Mickey was tasked with okay, put people into pairs, but most of the payers have anything any bearing with the entire challenge. I see I thought it was going to be like, I thought it was going to be that whoever whichever pair one or one person from the pair, one day would have to decide between the pair like okay, which would have been smart. That would have been fine. I guess it mattered. Because some when you were paired with a bigger guy, it looked like maybe the guy took over more of the. Hiller elect with a little bit. Maybe but I really didn't see making that much difference. So who knows? Maybe it shifted the, the swinging with the way, if you're person fell off or what? But I didn't really get that. I didn't really understand why we gave Mickey the power like. It was totally nonsensical. Hint, picking them made no sense. The fact that they were impairs made no sense and they blew it at the end when they could have had the two people have to decide something or like Adam chain together there. But no, it was just a mess. I mean, I'm glad Christina winning because I do enjoy her, but I didn't like this competition. Okay. All right. So we end up with Christie as our, I h Ables a good thing or bad thing for Christie to be the first h h. I think it's good. I used to say that being I h was always really bad. I was always like, if I'm on the show, I will never try and get I h but it does seem to me that in the most recent seasons the first age age is really in a good position. Because everyone it seems like you get involved in the big alliance in the beginning because everyone's trying to work with the HOA. So it does seem like nowadays, it makes sense to get a chill age because that opens up doors for you when it comes to joining alliances with people and strategizing in the first week. So I think it's I think it's a good thing for her. It's possible that because she already had formed this alliance that it, wouldn't it doesn't really do that much good. But still, I mean, I think it could be a good thing for her. You feel like it's going to be for Christie, even more. So the fact that somebody's already been eliminated in Jackson has a little bit of blood on his hands. So it's not even really like she has the first HOA she is. But there's already been some a little bit of game play bits happened in house. So I feel like it's even better for her to one this h to get people coming to her. You know, even though she does have a pre made alliance. We don't know how solid bed alliances and issue wants to entertain other offers or you have other people who are not in her alliance, essentially keepers, safe next week, then, that's a good thing for her to. So I like this all around for Christie. Yeah. I think the I h can be bad. If you're somebody who really overplays like Jackson getting the first thing I would've probably been catastrophic for him. He's lucky that he was in a position of power for eighteen hours. Whereas I think that she's the right person to sort of be able to because it's a long, h that I h they move into the house. I think like a week we could go. Today. Maybe and then you end up being you'll be the H until a week from today. So it's a it's a lot of time to spend as that I h h and we've seen it spell disaster for some people in the past. So you have to be able to be real low key for these first two weeks of the game you gotta be chill. And I do feel like she's schilling like Tyler was show last year until, like the people that McRae also pretty chill people that are chill are good. I h OH people that are spazzy are not. Yeah. Okay. Like Cody Cody. All right. So let's see any else from night, number two that we want to touch on. I tweeted this did we even St. Catherine, or Nicole? It's like they're barely on the show tonight. It's can't crawl a little bit. Yeah. We saw Katherine at all one DR from Catherine. Did we now I got what does she say? She said you remember your first round draft pick. I was like, okay there she is. We haven't talked too much about the squirrel. Oh, yes, I, I love that you love. I still trying to figure out to actually put them definitely. Not definitely not squirrel has like super strength. And there's no way that squirrel is your way. Throws Drager a bag with cliff in it like it was like the garbage like like. Over his shoulder. There's no way was Cami, or was Jessica came whoever was in the bathroom, and then got her head on the sink. If she'd actually been in the bag or something, so. It really fun. Take segment. You me out. I mean, I knew it was fake. But I was like is this is this really thinker. I might just like my playing my are they playing tricks on me here? So yeah, okay, Brent's let me get your professional opinion on this. Those does cliff know what he's saying when they make him say these things, squirrels, and big nets, and Texas. Not only is he aware of what he's saying he is praying that are, are hap-. Rob got it on the soundboard. This was a special dedication to me you're saying. Ball's in my ear balls in my chant. Never been hitting the face of his many balls before in my Lai. How many times could you say cliff? Yeah. Boy, he's going to be fun and calling it now I am calling it. I feel like cliff has a glide path to the final three at this point, if he wants the old person makes pass that first round of Vic shins. I feel like they're in it for the long haul. Why are you really going to get rid of a guy like that? I feel like we're going to get cliff all summer long. Okay. All right. Melissa any other night, two thoughts. Now that I feel like it's not enough. I always never satisfied. We're good. Ninety days where that came from now once the feeds began out feel satisfied, but I feel like or that beats happen. I'm like, I need more content to things Sam is bringing true, everything I feared about him and that I can't stand like shut the hell. Knowing me. Why is the yelling in the diary room with this? Cover from could. Harry. Minus the psychic powers got an I am Kentucky's. I know people like this much yelling. Oh here. So him. And then the young demographic cover my sister, lov salmon. She's. Yes. So I'll Tommy in the dyron is very fun. I know the evil dick is not living for him right now. Why a bit much in the diary room. But I thought he was. Thought he was very with the horror movie, Tommy is getting the like producers pet of to deliver the, the like I could you try one that's like this is like you got it. He is the J C in the diary, room of this season of the person Frankie 'Grande. That's what I. It's a little much for me. I my favorite in the diarrhea so far as Bella. And like Jack in the dire. I think he does a good job, even with the lines that they feed them. Gotta play better. Do I like Hemi in the diary, because she is different? I drive. Yeah. Like I feel like that. She's not going to be like, okay, you want me to be more excited. I'll do you like no not. Do not. I love it. It's great because it feels more real, it's like, you know, like when genetic or someone would sit in the dire with, like their hand back here, and just like this is what I'm doing. And this is the way it's going and I love it. And it's like all Moreau says she had her own style on the ground. That's that's something I look out for. So I like it. No lesson. I spoke with Taryn Steve Moses about the premier night. Was there anything about night, one that either of you wanna get off your chest? No, I I wasn't look. Here's the thing. I want to say this on the record. I was not annoyed by this, quote unquote twist as much as anybody else, apparently has been I, totally fine with it, because it had a little bit of everything. And it had a chance for them to vote. They got to campaign. They got to talk to each other. I'm with each other. Then they got a chance to compete in once they got a chance to compete. I mean your your fetus in your own hands, so. I was totally cool. I mean you got the camp counselor thing then had to win the camp counselor. And then you go to the camp counselor and still save yourself. I mean it was their own damn ball. They threw their hats in the ring, and tried to win by giving him a reason to nominate them or bandaged them from the house. So I was fine with this. I thought it had a lot of game play in it. And I I wasn't bothered by it at all. Yeah, I think they're looking for something to get the show started a little quicker. I think the last season two hour premiere we had a lot of stuff going on where we had two different competitions where we had Sam got the robot punishment, and Casey got the. What was it the blue the blue screen of death or whatever death? Yeah. Yeah. So then a lot of stuff to do. But I in terms of like getting you invested in what's going on, like it does raise the stakes. So I understand. I know what's popular. I, I understand why there is the impulse to do this in the tonight. Premier. Yes. Also just to clean up, things Melissa was credits. Chuck went up for you. Jodi was forty two years of age when big brother fourteen came around, and she is now fifty one and a may I just say, Jodi, girl, you look good. And you look good back in BB, fourteen because I was thinking, you're like twenty eight or something I still say cliff was rattling off people that were night, one victims, not the old person in the house. Now he knows the shell I trust was there ever roll about this. Is there a different person who is the oldest person in the house, that was the first brute? Why didn't you say corn bread? Because that's not really. Okay. All right. So let's, let's bring some questions from listeners when we start off with Ian, the great, Ian rice. Why didn't Jackson put up the first four that voted for Jessica seems like the easiest route did he know who were the for the data. Jessica the problem. I don't know that he knew exactly who were the four the voted for Jessica because you couldn't vote for yourself. So even other people who voted like in a weird way like one person voted for Nick one Burson voted for Jack. Like you don't know where exactly all the votes fell. So I don't know. I think it was easier to go the route that he did. I liked the route that he did. Actually he just failed in the execution of it. Okay, let's, let's do the next question Scott. I think we, we, we got that mister robot Taryn over under of T one and a half TMZ stories coming out of this. I mean in fair. Yes. Yeah. End of everything. But I'm keeping positive and saying that there will not be any over very positive. I mean, one and a half stories would be like a good over under for like the rest of the month of June. I mean that's true stories like these first couple of weeks when the most stuff does tend to happen. So we'll say it's a long summer. It's a long summer. You know, a lot of these stories are like ooh, Scotty, said, a bad word on the live show. Yeah. So dumb. Ever. Yeah. So not even a controversy. It's just a stupid joke. Yeah. A good over under. I think would be with all the respect. I'd say seven and a half would be a good a good over on their seventy seven and a half TMZ stories. What do you still take the overall? Okay. Here's one from Gretchen hunter, who says sorry about your strep, but your hair looks great Brent. Oh, thank you. Thank you. I've been I've been going off camera when I have been talking so that I could use my chloraseptic because every time is our ranting. My, my tonsils start the herd, so. I know. Right. Like you don't think that there's anybody on Twitter with a Bren voodoo doll here at the start of the big brother season. So many should market those that could be huge action dicing opportunity. I would have to send a cease and desist. Brent voodoo doll. We'll get that up in the RTP store for people. All right bestseller bestseller. Okay. All right. This is one from Johnny isn't we game play. The Tommy Christie didn't immediately question. Whether there were other paired houseguests that's well, I'll say it's a little not fair because I don't think we know you know, they might have had those conversations there might even be people that know each other, but we don't know what they've said off camera. Yeah. I'm hoping that they did like I'm sure they have to be saying to themselves like it can't just be is right because that's what happened during BB six when they started thinking about it. And of course, but then the secret goes out the window when somebody's victim. So that's what happened BB six. But here, I would think that they would at least it would at least crossed their minds, come on. Okay. All right. Then this one from Andrew, are they trying too hard to make Sam happen? Melissa. Year with some character where the person's yelling in the DR, and it's a whole thing. And it's like they just love that sort of thing in hate it. So, you know that's Sam seems like a nice guy. But I, he, he I wish he would just yell less. Maybe the catch a little bit of strep throat along the way, maybe we'll be a little more quiet in dire room. Yeah. That would be good. I enjoy that. Okay. All right. Daddy be wants to know. Is this I alliance? The new level six or the new foul. Taeb ren's. I have to say that nobody could ever found out. But if I have to pick one it's more than levels six I don't see this lasting, but I've been surprised before, like, I don't want to be offensive Jim, but I've just been like I still relocated and the pretty boys and how we all laughed at that, which you just go fog at that there's no frigging way is working now that horrible name, and then we ended up talking. About it all, Susan in being the most successful lions history of big brother Canada. So Merle by I never happened. But I have to believe it's more. Let's maybe look at it this way. Okay. So let, who are the best players in the house that are not in the power six. Do we think that there are enough where in the case of big brother Canada? It was a little bit of keystone cops where nobody was able to get on the right page. Do we have faith in the other nine people that are not in this power six Melissa? I think so. I mean, I think there's a lot more people on the other side, and I don't necessarily see that tower of six people. You know, being strong enough and good enough at the game too. A wind names until like Lovie, Jessica and cliff are three people who are you are not going to put one. And Tommy Tommy, too. I also have a lot of faith that Christie won't be able to keep a secret from Tommy, awesome thing. Yeah. That's that's the other problem with their alliances that it's not really a six personal lions. It's a seven personalise because with Christy comes Tommy. And they don't even know that. So she's definitely put herself in the catbird seat. Yeah, okay, then do by the way, I'm acting like we don't have any life feed updates. Am I correct in that assumption? I mean, we have a few things play Harron covered most of play spoiler spoiler thing in a couple of minutes. All right, daddy, be our Christy and Tommy going to dominate the endurance. Comps of probably probably not. I mean Christie. Early while I mean he's super athletic. But, you know, being dancer, I feel like that certainly will have some sort of help when it comes to flexibility in haven't hang onto things in stuff like that. So. I talked about that. She did not have any upper body strength. Was this, like Rachel Riley, like a strong legs special here? I mean I was trying to figure out exactly it was it a grip thing. She don't have strong arms. Maybe she has good grip because it did seem like it was all about grip. And if you lost your grip we're going to go down because a lot most of your weight was on that ledge. I mean even the people that ended up falling like cliff, you looked like he was doing fine grip wise until the end when he just slipped off the wedge at the bottom. Okay. All right. Let's start to move into talking about whatever updates we have a from the live feeds. Nothing consequential. Right. Nobody should leave right. Well, I mean. I mean I can speak to the longevity of this alliance or not if you one. All right. All right. Okay. It's let me play the lay played the song, real quick. Okay. And then we'll be back our next big brother live show is going to be all the way on Sunday night. So we'll be back at nine fifteen pm eastern time on Sunday. And of course, the summer of Stein is gonna kick off on Friday so beyond looking for that, send in your questions summer of Stein at, rob has a website dot com or use the hashtag summer of Stein on Twitter. And let's get into a quick quick session. Spoilers, the office of civil defense issued the following message. This is warning. Spoiler warning means than actual. Spoiler. Has detected and. Yeah. Okay. All right. The main thing that I wanted to get across was the fact that Christie is in an alliance with this power six group, one of which includes Mickey aka Jackson and apparently from the life aids that we heard a few days ago on a leak. This is the audio league, not the official leak that CBS gave us but this was what we believe to be in. Unofficial. Leak EM steak where we got a lot of game talk from a house guests and she was not feeling Christiaan talking about is the was not feeling Jackson at all. But as we remember from the camp counselor thing he safe, so she can't target him. So it looks like she's going to be targeting, Catherine, because apparently Mickey and Catherine have gotten close in the interim that we've seen them. And that's totally predictable. And she's also, unfortunately, my little blurb about cliff going along hall in may be in danger because it does look like she's going to use cliff as a pond last we heard. No. Again, she may have changed your mind in the interim. We don't know who's Bischel nominations, but it last we heard it was she was going to target Catherine, as chart target with cliff as upon her reasoning being that cliff is already been, quote unquote, up on the block, or nominated whatever you wanna call it banished and it's easy, just put him up over again. So he needs to clip them talking about survive this votes. If he gets past it, I do really feel great about his chances. Okay. I'll say keeping this is her conversation with Nicole. So it's possible that all this is, you know, tainted through that because she could be just saying it to try and get Nicola, but the Senate who knows maybe she was on ending Nicole, like, we don't know. So I guess. Yes, I feel like that. I mean that would be really balls easier in the first week just flat out lie. I feel like if you're going to nominate somebody feel like you're going to new, you're gonna not be so absolute about. You're gonna wanna leave yourself some wiggle room about what you're really going to do. So I, I take your point. And it certainly granted that we don't know that she was telling the truth. My read on the situation was that she was being truthful about the people that she was saying that she felt great about, and the people that I mean I can see Jackson getting on her nerves really quick. I was stunned that she agreed to. I mean I'm not I'm not done this. She agreed to be alliance say, yes. Any lands that people come up to you? But the fact that she felt whetted to it at all was a mystery to me. Okay. All right. We'll know all these answers for sure in a little more than two hours or less than two hours at this point. So we will have our live feeds kicked off, again. 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Foodies in Madrid Best bites (& sips) plus why do you listen to When in Spain?

"Hello everyone my name's Paul Bird. You're listening to another episode of the winnings fame focused in this episode. Something a little bit different. Actually it's GonNa be a best of episode. I've never done a best of episode before at what I thought I'd do is put together a best of food and drink so we're gonNA hear a few snippets of filtering Madrid. People doing interesting things with food right here. What have done is put together a few clips of past episodes to give a little flavor of Spain. And especially this time of lockdown when we maybe trying to think about the future when we can eat and travel in our beloved Spain so coming up. We're going to hear from Margaret spurling. Who runs walk and Eat Spain? She gives food tools around Madrid. We're GONNA be talking about that amazing Spanish Delicacy Hamon then. We're going to be looking back at Spanish wine with Luke dark coat and Iraqi Madrid. Do you remember those guys? The Spanish wine experts. You've got their very own shop coke popping distance from Madrid's platform from wine to bear. We'RE GONNA be talking craft beer scene in Spain with David and Patrick from Laos Sita right in the Center. Madrid on the famous tapestry. Come about her. They're also founders of the also Brew Company Brewing. Their own craft beer right here in the Spanish capital and then from two cookies cookies baked by closeted nuns nuns. In one of Madrid's most famous convince El Convento. Dallas carbone eras right in the center of the capital. You have to find a wooden door which I'll be doing in the clip and Following the secret passage to a wooden hatch where you can buy these beautiful delicious cookies baked by the nuns themselves to join me for that as well and around off the episode. I'M GONNA BE TALKING TO SAM and veteran from alternative travelers dot com about the Vegan food scene in Spain. So let's get on with the episode his music so food and drink in Spain. Also in this episode of you comment reviews that you guys are listeners. Have left me Recently I asked people to get in touch through the facebook group and the winning Spain. Instagram page. To tell me why they listen to the winnings. Fame podcast now. I imagine at the moment. Lots OF PEOPLE LISTEN TO PODCASTS. To how transport themselves to places that they can't be at the moment due to the lockdown and Corentin situation with Kobe nineteen so I put it out there to the in Spain. Facebook group and instagram followers of why they listen to win in. Spain where they listen to it and that kind of thing so dropping in a few of those comments that people were kind enough to get back to me with about why they listen to the wedding Spain. Podcast as well but anyway. Let's give the episode and where better to start than that Spanish Delicacy Hamman with Margaret. Spurling King of these products is without question. Haman and when we talk about common There's all different pieces to that puzzle which we will get to but when we're talking about the best of the best we just have to start right off the bat with the greatest thing that you can get at one of these stands which is Hun Ebay Deco they iota Which means it is common from the back dry cured leg of the pick. Ebay CO refers to the Iberian breed of pigs and Yada means that these guys for the last couple of months of their lives. They only eat ACORNS. Y'All toys on a coin so they foraged for Acorns and that's what they for the last few months of life. Free Range Animals. They're out in these beautiful landscapes which are called they assess which are just these beautiful open spaces and so you have these gigantic pigs just gorging themselves on eight cars. Now importantly acre injure their favorite foods traditionally. This is what they've eaten and this is what they want and so they're out there. I like to imagine myself like if I was out in the field of pizza. What would happen to me? And this is sort of the experience in her field of pig pizza which is acorns so the best way to get from on ebay recall thereby iota which is fun to say and fun to eat. Which is my favorite category of food is to go to one of these amazing butchers so our Komo NATO here saying nephew. He has a beautiful leg of the homeowner vehicle and one of the most important things. When you're going to get from anybody go. Is You want to look at the color of the foot. The foot is going to be black. It's oftentimes called bought by mega which just means blackfoot so we gotta have our blackfoot so we have our blackfoot. It's set up here to be cut. Pathan legalize kind of indicates equality the blackfoot refers to this animal. And they have black. That's one of their characteristic markings so north on so we're going to get a little ham now. This is quite an autism. There I've heard of people go to sort of institutes actually teach people how to carve ham in a very fine almost thin just like a millimeter maybe two millimeters thick exactly and this is the thing is that folks spend a very long time. Oh my gosh. Yes spent a very long time. Learning to cut ham hosting matthew. Grew up helping his father and then he's been cutting ham for years one time. I met Carlo Nomo. Gordo Shit you got any physically says that. He's had this day on himself after his father retired for about seven years. But he's been helping out Since he was a kid and so he basically grew up. Learning how to cut this stuff and you can really see the pieces. Here are absolutely beautiful. Another thing that's really amazing about the hormone. Is that again? Everything about making him is an art and a science. And you have these guys who trained for years to cut it and also to be able to recognize when it's ready piece of Paper here with a few slices. Come on right. They're looking. They could have let him theaters of Miki. We're asking about how long the Ham cured. This is extremely important and now each ham has to have a special ticket and so this one says that the animal was slaughtered in the. Eighteenth Week of two thousand fifteen while Susu Pacific. So we're in the twenty eighth week of two thousand and one thousand nine so it's a little over four years and this is a really amazing part about the whole process that when we talk about the art and a science there is the art of cutting serving in presenting but the science is absolutely necessary when we talk about ham talking about pork salt and time because it needs to cure as you heard from minimum of three years to be considered a phony beatty. Go into these sold with that. Special Label. But you know there's all of the different factors. How much salt. How long. It's it's cured. The humidity level the air circulation. All of this is so you get these perfect lakes. 'cause we're eating raw meat. I mean let's. Let's make no bones about this. This is eating very fancy raw meat and so you have salt and then it hangs whether they normally hang them to cure okay so now this is done. It's a highly regulated by the European Union. They're done in factories with again. Everything regulated to the level of humidity to the air circulation to the temperature. Because again we're eating raw meat traditionally. This would be made. You know you'd have a special part in your barn where there was lots of a cross ventilation too. You would hang the legs from the rafters but enough of the history. I really think we're going to have to try this. Let's dig in okay. Let's look at these pieces when you get home. One particularly a very good piece of Komo anybody go. You never want to be afraid of the fat because I think maybe certainly in the UK people isn't sort of thing that people cut the fat off their me or a bit squeamish about eating too much fast when you see this white marshalling people who just avoid eating that exactly for all of us who grew up in lean protein lean protein protein societies. I'm this can be quite a shock but sometimes people who've had ham and they totally took advantage of me. 'cause I'm a foreigner and they put a bunch of fat on there and you're like men out if someone loves you in Spain they give you the fatty it can be the fatty bit of the Ham. The fatty bitter the roasted lamb. Whatever it is fat is truly flavor. I mean I know we've heard that but that is absolutely the truth. And when we're talking about the KHAMMONE BEATTY CO. It is absolutely crucial. A good piece of beatty go should be about the size of a credit card and it should be ribboned without beautiful marveling. There's gotta be a good balance of the fat to the meat because that's where you get the magic. Since these animals eat acorns on the ACORNS. Just do this incredible number on the meat as it as it ages for like three to four or five or six years even and so you get all this wonderful properties where you look at the site. I mean yes. It is a warm summer day but the stat melted a much lower temperature. So it's glistening the feeling of eating from one radio is that this magical earthy meets where you can taste. Essentially what the animals were eating. Just melting your melts in your mouth really does anything. It's really cool to look at it. As you have the crystallization of the salt and again the salt is what's us to preserve this and so since it sits in salt you WanNa think it's about a day in salt per kilo of meat at the beginning so winds up being about two weeks immersed in salt then. The excess salts is dusted off. Then it's hung by its little foot to dry. And then several years later we get to eat the MAC. Crystallization of the salt as the moisture evaporates and assault concentrates. Almost like when you bite into Chaka Parmesan cheese and you get almost that like shattering effect. That's the same kind of thing. Let's off the talking. I'm going to get this in my mouth. Yeah I'm just going to China and it's so good it's really good Every time you eat communicated go you think to yourself. This is why we pay for quality. And we're talking about because this is not Deli Ham this beautiful piece of meat that has been aged with care and love for years and so this is a real delicacy delicacy and we talk about the price of a delicacy. We're talking between about eighty to one hundred fifty or even more euros a kilo. I'm because this is stuff that you know. The animal lives for a very long time. Because they're these traditionally raise pigs that aren't like hormone injected farm animals or just grow grow grow grow so the animal lives for a long time so it has to be fed and the acorns than the aging process has to be monitored and there has to be stored and then our fuel hand cuts the leg usually like big old night that we're his father's everything about it from the slaughtering the animal to the preserving the serving is this whole process. And when you taste it. There's just no comparison between Scott. The Dick you can taste almost the ACORNS sweetness to it. It's got the earth and like you said it dissolves in your mouth. He's not chewy grisly. It's not it's just absolutely beautiful tender mouth-to-mouth totally and that's the thing is you've got the balance between the meat and fat and that's what gives it that kind of magic mouth feel and it's really it's just so so good yes how mony. Barikot was absolutely delicious. One thing that wasn't mentioned in that clip is where you should go and buy Hamilton to try and While market and myself both agreed that the best place to go and buy on when visiting Spain is to go to one of the municipal indoor markets find a ham on stole and order yourself about two hundred and fifty grams of Ham. They will cut it. Slice it up for you. Present it to you and you can eat there. That is our advice for finding good quality. Hamon incidentally when things do eventually get back to normality and people can travel again Do Go and book tour with Mario spurling's does a fantastic food tour around Madrid. And why not let her know? You've found out about her walk and Spain tools by listening to the winnings fame podcast. And if you would like to find out more about mortgage tours than head across to her website which is walk and eat. Spain DOT com. Incidentally I must say that Maga at the moment is also making some fantastic foodie videos on her instagram account as well so go and find walk and eat Spain on instagram. And she's putting together recipes. She's doing lied videos cooking up some amazingly delicious typical Spanish recipes from Hamadan to be no coming out. We got an amazing chat with Luke data cart and rocky Madrid. Who instantly also have podcast called the Spanish one experience. So if you're looking for a super detailed podcast about Spanish wine. Go and check out the PODCAST. Spanish one experience. They have their specialist Spanish wine shop in the center of Madrid called Madrid and Derek. And at the moment check out the website. Well this only applies for living Madrid. I guess but important to say that. Obviously it's a difficult time for small businesses at the moment but that Luke rock wind delivery within Madrid delivering the boxes of the fantastic winds the sell in their shops. And they are also doing virtual wine tastings as well via the Madrid and Derek caught a website to believe and through instagram. Go and find Madrid Darah caught on social media and they are putting together fantastic fun virtual wine tasting. I opened the bottle talking gone then. Why not why not eleven? Am on Friday morning but is it right. That Spain is the number three or in the top three wine producers in the world normally symposium three sometimes can change three or four years ago. We were the first because French. We love French people. They had a terrible weather ear and they lost their position which I think is fantastic. Top three but isn't Spain. The largest exporter of wine globally far in the world in Europe. I think one of the largest in the world number three producer largest of land dedicated to vineyards of any country in the world lunches the largest wine region. Yeah I remember one of your podcast and it was a statistic. That really surprised me. Actually like La Mancha is bigger than the whole of Nightmare Napa valley or something is because it's just wall to wall vineyards late you when you when you see these maps that can be a bit disingenuous. For example you see the size of the big orange banded Iguana in Extremadura. It looks massive right. That's a huge area. It's almost as big as having said that the wineries very spread out so they might actually might. It's more the area where the do is cover. The domino theory is covered not necessarily move completely full. Lemon IS ABSURD. It's just olive trees and vineyards as far as you can see. Most of the line is pretty bad. They're changing their brand. That was Ruckus at the bulk. Wine needs to level they go. They OUGHTA the winery of Europe produced so much so the big. Do in in Europe or in the world the biggest deal in a wild really on the planet is Lemon Chia. How many victims of whatever I believe it's an F. Time with you would say in in cool kids speak I. Actually I think I have an down here. I think I was looking at it. La Mancha hang on a second I might not the most productive the most likely should be real right most productive because there's about eight hundred but almost half the wine of paint counter orients. I think we all kind of wind that most people still outside of Spain. Maybe weren't the best wines in the world. Come from real hope but real highest at dreamland for wine is protected by mountains from north. I'm from the south. And you know those mountains the pure knees and the mountains from Cantabria and protected from the cold weather that comes from brexit land and Yeah House. Hectares in La Mancha almost fifty percent of all the planted vines Mancha. It's amazing almost fifty percent just in a lament here I wanted to say is a super perfect wine and sometimes perfection is boring. How many Dios all their seventy one? There's lots of seventy one in muddled. The befuddled sort of designations per seventy one is the latest count because last year they introduced a couple of new ones in story. Congas became A. Do but then someone else said. It's not it's like well someone's going to be right. Hey it's really confusing. I think by thinking they got upgraded and then in English was something of that. GonNa cover all the whole audience in one go. It's a bit bit stupid for the listens. You're not sure. Do is denominator theon dominating Orgy Rican. It's like it's like the French. Have the Appalachian Control. Just means like a winery which has regulations of what you can grow. Alcohol Yields Per X. Y. Hectares just basically means if I'm in Britain or firemen movie theater if I'm in Timbuktu wine has its own kind of geographic style. That makes sense so the idea of these regions was if you comply anything anywhere. What is the point of a wine region in the first place to California? Used to be like you do what you want. I want to do. A blend of pain agrees Yo. And Cabernet Sauvignon to preserve to protect the style and profile of the wine of each region. Otherwise if you follow their needs of the wheels of the market All away would be making the same way. So it's a way to protect the personality of each area okay. So Luke's opened a bottle And poured US each little slug of wine hats later one from mentor. Which is a small region. The wine is called Tau next rigid. And this is three now forceps out sub zones are Ganda Novell Coronado Sammartino and now the new crime. I didn't know how Malaysia Malaysia. Yeah this this temper Neo Sarah and got nacho. From twenty thirteen of them agreed wine twenty mentally. I read a nice thing the other day if Tempera Neal is the scenario the Lord of Spanish. Grapes Gardner is the lady because quite a John. Hey my I wrote wind joke. You want to hear this all right. Ready ourselves for grown got mad. Sir Is quite a thin skinned variety. So don't insult it. Come ON CHEERS. Cheers right now fully appreciate to that job for wine. It's too early for that job crashing on someone coming to Spain for the first time. Can we give some recommendations drink it? I think you're going to your average old man by the tasker. Default Wine Madrid for example is going to be bad there or Or the various. Probably if you go to bar Us If you ask for for red wine. Ninety-nine percent chances they will offer your your wine okay if the waiter offers your real Hawaiian ask him. What else can you offer me? Okay don't settle for real. Yeah I would agree with that because I think real real is fine. But we always tastings. We never put Ryoko 'cause we say you don't need our help in finding rockies right because they might have something else I think also the bars are trained to be like. We have to have real as if it's like we can't not have you. Can people will if people WANNA red wine? They'll order red wine but they think they have to have Ryoko famous so yeah asking. People like precautions or another thing. Most bars now have real or rebate. They have like a couple. Maybe and they're usually a better bet. Close far fewer wineries in the quality generic quality of these higher whereas is is like. If you say New York San Francisco or something like that to fairly modern liberals completely Barscelona like West side story with you when you do enough at anyway. What about whites white wines? Probably Trade Probably. Medea will happen the same with they will probably give you red. Wine is the moment to ask. What else do you have? Probably the second option would be Albania from advisers. But it's I think it's a better option. I mean because the river in the bars in Madrid tends to be very bad. I tell a personal anecdote about Albania because this is the grape which actually got me into wine the first place and it was before I came to Spain wine as an Englishman wine. Was that stuff you have dinner? Maybe and it was that stuff which gets you drunk faster than bear university. I didn't really I was. I like my cider and beer. I was went to sort of like now. In crayon done simone territorial I had some I had some I would pay three years not one but I didn't care about what I just drank. Those notice will buy like my family's Big Red's my dad liked to big red so I just drank big reds. So I'd like to give me a boatload Ryoko it'd be Butler Rivera widow and it was. After the first year I went to do a run in Guadalajara. Say Run five. K Charity Event runs to just get free. T. Shirt basically and pretend I was fit the day before we went out with the with our friend who lived from Guadalajara and she took us. They asked me. My friend hadn't arrived to goes to a restaurant for rough conduct vantage. This nice lobster. Rice pious Jew. Very nice now sounds good cultural and she was like she gotta white wine and my head. Was I drink? I wasn't really a white wine guy I read and I was like yeah. Of course why not? You know you're in charge. And it was a bottle of Martin Dash which is now sadly of Alberino's a bit more in the industrial big scale. Wineries there but at the time it was ten years ago. Zabit smarter production as mounting Albury new. And I'd never had really much. I never had Albanian before I if I ever had. It was just like you said in a bar and it was a combination of this beautiful crisp aromatic Galitsin wine. And the you know. Unlike in these films with the light can have oh comes through the clouds and show. I understand no and it was that moment. Salary still is my favorite. We have a very strong hand. Pick selection of Alberino's here late harvest Alberino instead of September. The great left there. Until the end of October soup aromatic raising uncharacteristic of Alberta's quite minerals and minerals very fruit. Forward lots of aptly melanie less less citrus. Another one's quite around but very crisp acidity even the French. I say this doffing my cap to them. We're going to give them a compliment. Which is very hard for Englishmen to do. Even the French have said that. It's the best white wine all the French. The industry has yeah. That's probably the best pairing wine for for seafood in the world and that is surprise surprise. Let's see what grows together goes together for anyone. Who's coming to? Spain is considering choosing maybe a region to go visiting vineyards or wine producers. Is there any way that you particularly suggest real real? Close the obvious one to easy one is amazing. You have lots of wineries. They're full. Stop your to have lots of wineries which have tasting rooms were. Sounds obvious. If you're American listening what does very what a cell but one of the problems is in Spain. We don't have the setup. The money to finance Riyadh does so you can actually go to a Ryoko winery. So here is the most well setup so you can go to some of the big wineries if you go to Lebron you on the by the town of Arrow you will find Kuni Kunai famous or Muga. These ones you can find these. In America and Britain they will actually have a tasting room. You can go in. You can drive up. You can try the wines you can buy if you want most of them in most Spain. It's like a one man job. I was a very small family. Run thing and you have to call the head. It's more like let's do the visit at the end will try some wines. You can visit anywhere behind the plan more best. If you just touring reoccur by far rebel does pretty good as well. Galaxies has got a very good set-up. Riyadh by as long as you call the head but well I think one of the best option should join one of our excursions one day excursions to the to Madrid. Wineries if you want to see a winery here and also have an amazing foot ever in. Madrid in China. Actually we. We've used to our. We have a few wineries. They're Francis and we really have excellent time rocking the Madrids or in Spain in in general never been before any dues and does would you advise someone just to wander into any bar and asked the advice of the waiters just to walk in an OSCE advisable? Wait turn your average bar or should they. South is the average bar won't have a selection of wines. Probably I think even though we hate on Basilan or luck the locals aren't as friendly. We think there's lots of tourism which is both I think true. I said that not with any kind of because you live in Madrid. I just think it's been ruined by tourism. A little bit having said that there are lots more wine centric bars in Boston. Surrounded by eleven dios great region. Please drink catalan wine. They're fantastic but Madrid. We most bars don't so I think it pays before you come to do a little bit of not research but just how google like wine bars Madrid because the sad fact is if you go into a normal bar unlike the wine region places like Ryoko you go in every crappy bars got about fifty different reorders. If you go into an NBA go what? Why do you have like Rear Hari Betta Marvelous? That's it so I think actually Madrid. It's not necessarily the best idea just to walk into random bar. The more modern bars have more selection as well subscribed everything you said like you should subscribe to the in Spain. Podcast HIS GAS. Luke comments from The facebook and instagram from you guys the listeners. Who when I asked. Why do you listen to this podcast and you know what does it do? Does it help transport you to Spain. Which is really my goal at the moment You guys listed maeve notice that haven't actually like many other content creators in spite of the moment. I haven't actually put together a special episode about the coronavirus situation here in Spain purely really because it didn't think I've got anything more to add and I don't really want to add to the noise You know the situation here is very very similar to many other parts of the world but what. I really Keen to do at the moment with the podcast is to help transport you to. Spain debut Forget about the situation as much as possible. In how bring you here to Spain? Virtually I know. Many listeners have been in touch to say that they had Trips and holidays planned in Spain About now and of of course unfortunately had to cancel their plans and rescheduling that trips for a while later near or indeed next year so for those guys as well especially I really liked to try and make up for the fact that you've suddenly had to cancel your plans and in some way transport you to this magical country so let's look at some of your answers. Nancy cushing spat show Says I listened because I love Spain? I can't explain why exactly I just do. I usually listen while I'm working since I'm working from home these days all before falling asleep to help. Mitri about Spain. I love the episode about your flat tire. I just think it's a good memory that you will have forever and no matter where I am. My heart will always be in Spain. Thank you yes the episode where me and Cara drove up into a studious and go to a serious puncture stranded in a tiny village in the middle of night. We had to go into someone's house which turned out to be the local Bar For a population of village with a population of about eight people it was a super surreal experience. And well I made an episode about it so go and check back in the past episodes for the episode about Asturias and a flat tire. Quite an amusing story. Really Sinead O'Connor says listen. When I run it makes me escape. The pain and dream of being in Spain love the Malaga episode. A dream of spending half my year there Mary Pascrell Cartier. Says I listen on the train to work. Nothing makes you forget the agony of mass transit but learning Spain helps of course now. I have a luxury of listening while I'm cooking. Yes I guess. Many people listen to podcasts. When they're commuting I certainly used to before I moved to Spain. Listen to things about Spain to help transport me here. Miserable Commute in the center of London Saint Maria. I can totally associate with candies. Eyeglass has just started listening have been meaning to for a while. I listen while I'm jump roping on our rooftop during lockdown. I look forward to it excited for your episode about Valencia. Well the episode about Valencia was the last episode. So if you haven't listened to it yet you want to know all about Valencia. Go and check it out. It's really nice. Virtual walking tour of the city With photographer Paul Knowles David Denny. Says Listen when out walking. It reminds me of all the positive and quirky things about Spain that I love so much and David Says I particularly enjoyed the episode about Spanish. Tv programs. Yep Go and check it out lots of clips. It was a rundown of my favorite and not so favorite Spanish TV programmes and series. Nancy Baker says I listen when walking or on the Streetcar Brackets in the days. When I could actually take the Streetcar Object to Spain in May happen but was still planning to go as soon as we can an Nancy ads. I've loved the on the spot episodes like the walking tall of interesting streets in Madrid. And of course the eating episodes well great this episodes for you then Z. yeah well. As soon as I'm allowed to go out I will be bringing you most sounds from Madrid and Spain. Lots more on the spot episode. It's Ted arrears says. I listened when driving walking on the beach over rainy weekends. Listening more during this pandemic really enjoy the varied information about different places. One episode that I enjoyed was the Madrid. Tapa STOLE A may not have considered neighborhoods mentioned. A now they are on my list for my next trip to Madrid. Well that's what we aim to do is give you guys inspiration little insights in places To explore when you come to Spain that you may otherwise over look also showed Peres whose patron a long-term listener high Oswald. He says listen to the podcast as it's the closest I'll get to Spain without getting on a plane. I'm listening to the podcast in New York City. Unusually do towards the end of the day. I love the episode of Christmas in Spain as it showed that there's a lot more to the holidays in the country besides L. Sort Dylan. Rv that absolutely really really very true. Alexander Chapel Alex is also a patron was recently in Madrid. Unfortunately we didn't coincide but Hello to you Alex. She says I started listening. Because we had a trip planned and I was looking for insider on the ground none touristy knowledge I hit pay dirt. I don't know what that means. Anyway your episodes really brings Spain and Madrid in particular to life and made our trip more memorable. We felt at home as if we actually lived there. Full time during our trip. We definitely look forward to returning. There's always something in your podcasts. Leaving me to want to see more of what Spain has to offer so from wine to beer had the great pleasure of chatting to David and Patrick from Laos seater bar they craft beer bruins they also our founders of the also Brew Company. Bring own craft beer. They recently got in touch with me to say that at the moment again this applies to any listeners who are living in Madrid. They just launched a new web shop to deliver their Craft Beers and If you'd like to order their beer head across to also BRUSCO DOT COM FORWARD SLASH CRAFT CONTRACT COVERT. So they are donating a proportion of the money they earn from selling their beers to charity which is craft beer against the cove. It nine hundred virus. Fantastic 'cause go and check them out and here. We are last summer in the bar talking about the craft beer scene in Spain and how they make the rim beer history goes back beyond British bit. It's at five thousand kicked out by the Raymond's through coach and say there's a long history. Now there's a nice sense of More autism bring. That's been going on for the last ten years but really started mentioning last for three or four five years starting off about Selena but now really ratcheting up in Madrid. Some really great gruesome really exciting stuff going on and it's only going to well. That's what we think I mean the Spanish you know. Obviously like they're saying something they drink every day and so much good response to the base that we it'll say to all the other bills that we have on the bar from whole range whole gamut of different types of people and so it's not just young hipster types who some people might say with Coughed Al it's couples in the sixties seventies all kinds of people and that's the most encouraging respect. I think about bear in Madrid. Awesome Bay Madrid and the pilot in Spain. I think is right for bitterness for more happiness more punch being added into his Pov daily life for a lot of Spanish people say very exciting about the basic that you brew to that you actually in house bears. I'm drinking the moment. We have to be honest. I've tried a few times before this one is called citrus cream ale and I think you sets me before. David reminds me a little bit of a Clara very commonly drunk in Spain. Which is a bear mixed with lemonade? Shandy I suppose. But he's obviously not a shanty but it's refreshing with citrus element citrus notes. Yes I think. That's one of the reasons we Fitted in moving back. Just set this up because this ause that. We've always brewed of been session -able stalls. Cnn said that not sit behind alcohol. They're the kind of things you drink by the pint which I guess what? We've grown up with Drinking the UK and say yes. So two stalls that we started with is the citrus Crema which Which will drinking cream. L. is kind of. It's an American style really of a bit of a hybrid in the main influences in American brewing. Which should be British isles? And it's German bloggers and as people moved over there initially is what the Americans Cooler lawnmower bear on your on your Sedonia. Sit on your Bloomberg around. Have a couple of days while shouldn't do Kind of during his stuff and and the cream an part of it really just comes from. It's very smooth in the body and the texture than taste or any in that and then. Yeah we decided to put some orange and lemon peel announced because like you said it's kind of aimed at the people who might WanNa Clara or Sandy Walnuts refreshing easy drinking beer but it is. A beer is brewed lack of the whole process. Is it kind of fits him without cross autism philosophy of Sort of doing it the proper way. You're not just boiling it and adding some lemonade. And then the bottle around that kind of thing. So that's One you've got there and then the table again. It kind of The style of Table Bay really is it's like the VANDA tablet domestic kind of idea that it's it's a bid that isn't a really complex enough to think about it too much. We just WanNa make a Nice Bay that you have by the pilot. I guess it's like a sort of light. Hoppy go now kind of would be the closest star this but it's really not constrained by style. What we're trying to do is just every battery. We're just trying to get that drink. Ability wanted to be interesting that nothing. The facts too much of a pension in any way. It's just sort of a an alternative to somebody wants to just drink A logger or blonde or whatever and again lower alcohol. How do you develop a beer? How'd you come up with the idea behind it? And what is the kind of creative process of imagine trial and error in the brain process to get the project that you saw today in the bar? I guess like with anything stage one is to always be trying you business and try different. Things and everything will win with his bottles cans. Kegs will be having a taste. We'll we'll discuss it. What do we? What do we think about that? What it'd be like about that whether we we are on here we get festivals. We try things all the time. So that's that's always the first stage so that's one side of it. The other side of is you just think what I'd like in that kind of maybe less price as well not side. You just kind of think what would be like. What would we would? We WanNA BE DRINKING RIGHT NOW. Past experience we come to know as a pretty good basic base recipe for something like an IPO for an adult or whatever. And then you get where. This is kind of the base. Then how would we? What do we want you know we? We use brewing software as well. So we've saying okay we maybe a little bit more color so let's not individualist more or we want a bit more buddy. So let's change the temperature we mash up. Which is the stage of the brain where you had the grain and her water will increase the temperature of that. So we've got less mental sugar so more of that. Cactus as in the kind of thing. So then it's just sort of you know these small batch so you know we really these seventy latest while quite a few rallies batch bachelor and then yeah yeah and then there's always trial and error. I think you know you obviously hyped. The more you do it less strong definitely less era before it's just a tweaking and perfecting and building on what you get more right first time the leader of Lissa but then sometimes we'll begin for in. We'll have a quite a few different. Biz. We're looking to release this year. Yeah I guess that's it. We start from Kobe style. You know this is a good bit so this is a good idea. This is a border and then we kind of just see. How do we want out touching it? Tell me how does the global scene compare for example between Spain the USA in the UK in terms of the beer scene specifically and micro brewing in terms of you know the US led the way official A lot of people trying to brew old English styles they can really find out Sort OF ESPN was a real sort of early on that people wanted to. Yeah stopped during a home and then people You know it's still not cheap. But as it became more affordable to set up A smaller kits. And so on. So you know the US talking. I suppose close to thirty years ago. Now say Wall scruffy. Who's a new thing it's it's really there And a lot of those have gone on to become very big very successful Berries and yeah in UK would probably you've got Brady dog which I think was two thousand and seven and then yeah this sort of two thousand eleven twelve started to pop up the US as a huge market in the UK. It's it's it's still growing. An there are fifteen hundred thousand birds now in the UK Significantly fewer here. But it. Stephanie Changing what a lot of people do here is sort of know matt brewing as the caller said they'll go to other people spurious and Bruin. That's a good way of sort of sharing resources that allows people to pop up and and do what they wanna do and and so to get it out there here. We still have a lot of imported bits. We never less from the US which is a bit more headaches either but we set a lot of UK. Scandinavian business French Biz and say tens of comparison. I think we're gonNA see what happens. Is it kind of follows a bit of the trajectory of the US market but in each market has that kind of Sort of how develop. Yeah it was kind of a at the moment. I think we really liked the model way. You Hebrew selling signs Great for freshness great for getting that extra two straight to your customer and getting feedback and creating that nice atmosphere. That Madrid is a kind of hub for micro brewing in Spain and for the kind of craft beer scene more than Barcelona. While I didn't I've asked lead Madrid. I mean we we probably say is still the hub and definitely started earlier there. You've got some considerably bigger breweries around the boss. Lena area than you do here. The moment the last year or two betrayed. It's really started to take off and I really think that you know with Madrid. Having that You know reading strong demand for local. I think As as options spring up I think it definitely has the Opportunity to take it. Boss landed putting more international city Eve readymade British American Australian everywhere. Customers already kind of May I think it's just waiting for those options to to really get out to people but yeah the last two years? It's grown a lot. So it's definitely becoming a hub for for Spain but also for European as it's been in a couple of articles recently about the best bid cities in Europe. So yeah it's it's definitely going. I mean it's a great city to go out and eat and drink. You know I think is famous for that really isn't it? It's famous lamarcus famous for going out and eating drinking probably more than that. It's not a capital city monuments like Paris or Rome know it is a city for La Vida. The enjoying the enjoying feed and drink can add something to that other invasion going on in Spanish cuisine and and and fit and drinking general. There's a lot more small wine producers emerging as a lot more international feed of developing in betrayed which having kind of touched on earlier this tastes. And you little bit. People were coming a bit more adventures with Spicy Food. Perhaps awesome flavors that sometimes This is a bit of reluctance. It takes it takes some time maybe I think in the U K. Maybe three terraced heritage wasn't as strong. We were much more open minded to International cuisine very readily very quickly as I think Spain so very very much the traditions of their food and drink companies have to be in a very particular way. We do get a bit of that when people come in and say you must put on this by you have to do this. Which obviously that. We give free tap because we think that's a great idea. We use great Spanish products for that. We Wanna Spanish. Because I'm not but at the same time I think there's room for adding something you yourself and your touches on. I think Sunday going to really start to Mesa over the next few years while what I wouldn't give to be perched at their bar right now sipping one of the citrus cream ales beer two cookies cookies baked by nuns. You have to find a wooden door following a secret passage sir. I have located the door. Couple of other people waiting. Outside as well and the buzzer three houses Has which has was his faculties which is for confessions. One has a page of a light bulb and it says Bente Doerr says he is open until one o'clock. I'm going to bring the bow. Nothing Allah Paddock compared to just walk into a very dark passageway inside the passageway. Little sign saying ordinal which means Lazy Susan. So it's it's going to be one of those wooden revolving doors in the wall. Which means you won't see the nuns and the nuns here. This common. I've made a vow not to have any contact with the outside world. Not Make any contact human contact with people so when I buy the cookies and no context tool so I imagine what's going to happen toward now. Which is the wooden kind of revolving Lazy Susan? The toward now I will. I will place my order. The biscuits were replaced on the revolving spray. And I will then put my money on trae on the money will swing round and disappear. The payment will be made a few people in here. Outshone quite surprised. But I'm just in a really beautiful courtyard with little pot plants in a couple of more palm trees and terra cotta pots. There's also the emblem of Madrid bear. Bear it'll the strawberry tree and there's a tired picture of Christ carrying across in blue and yellow tiles on the wall. So let's go and buy some sweet goodies so just for another passageway into another sunny courtyard which is painted bright yellow lemon yellow more palm trees. There are a group of People standing in the courtyard who've just made their purchase. It got a big white bag with couple of boxes inside of cookies. And there's another brown wouldn't away where the Lazy Susan or the Serving Hatch is myth on a kilo the nineteen you about an emphasis. Montecarlo harass Portugal just bundy table around my biscuits miraculously appeared wrath. Yes yes lazy Susan Spins Round. My cookies miraculously appear when really miraculously nuns. As you just heard behind there and I placed my ten years on the revolving trae traits been drowned and my change appears innocent. Lives that okay. Cookies in hand. It's an interesting. Experience is quite surreal into this passageway through two little courtyards There's just like wooden hatch. No-one there there's little menu on the wall. I wanted orange cookies called his but unfortunately they run out of all of the cookies on the menu and the only ones that left was Mankato the sheriff. Which is the ones I bought. Twitches like Sherry shortbread and the other option left on. The menu was passed US Detaille. Which I like T- sentinel teeth flavored pastries. So for the for the Mantica. Does it says ingredient is a Fokker headed Seco- Cynthia Limon manteca impulse sore. So the ingredients of these on the box it says is flour sugar headed Seco- which is the dry sherry wine so they doing pleads alcohol lemon essence and the Mantica which is well a step up from butter deke. Mantica is actually animal fat. So it's Loud to round off. Then let's talk about the Vegan food scene in Spain now. This is really interesting because maybe we associate Spain as being a country of big meat and fish eaters. Well Hal listen to Sam and Varun from the alternative travelers dot com blog. They've also written a book about the Vegan food scene in Spain with tons and tons of recommendations of restaurants and places to go to eat vegan. So do go and check out their website and indeed the instagram alternative travelers. If you're going to go and eat tonight where my each is. We're going to go there tomorrow. There's a there's a place called on Dodig which is a Basque word for vegetable right and so this guy that runs the place. It's very it's a very intimate experience. It's like a tiny little hole in the wall but doesn't look like a hole in the wall and I would say it's like it's like a Bistro but he serves you personally that he doesn't he doesn't have waitstaff he has like maybe another chef that works with him and he's like a trained chef. I think he trained in Barcelona or something like that and eventually became Vegan or something so his food is like it's next level of music normally would not end up on something like this because I feel like this kind of food would be in a much. Bigger classier not that. He isn't classy. But like places with tablecloths and Sam hates anything that has tablecloths so like yes but what he does is he kind of bridges. The gap between like what is good about like fancy food because there is a thing to be said about food. It's very like of a certain standard. Has new attention it and he takes with you the like kind of feeling of like a home cooked meal but he'll still have things that look like just so well put together in delicately flavored. And he's it's amazing that he's not he's doing well but like most a lot of people can come here and not even see this place and he just. It's such an experience going. They're eating his food and talking with him that it's been one of our favorite places to recommend. People also makes cheesecake that I can. I can quote. I've seen people who are not being eat this cheesecake and I ask them like honestly tell me he's like it's amazing and I wouldn't ever think that it was Vegan if you pulled me and that's what this guy strikes for the chef there Julia on he's showing you Vegan food doesn't have to be boring flavorlessness mushy in whatever uninspired stuff it can taste really good in everybody can like it anywhere else in. Madrid. Thanks because we could just go on about this place. Forever cheesecakes incredible but Yes dont definitely In terms of burgers place called Viva Burger is amazing. Yeah and it's It's one of the only one of two. I think being in places actually have outdoor terrace. Wonderful quiet little plaza. So we love to recommend that one. Because it's just like it's such a nice experience eat outside and quiet area. Their burgers are amazing amazing. I took took some Spanish friends. Well in a few times I think it was last year. Actually and some reason they had not realized that it was a Vegan restaurant thinking that the Burgers with me and you realize these are not meet. There's no no you know. What are you talking about what he does not meet so flavors of it so I said well? What do you think compared to a normal personally for me? I have got way more flavor than your than a normal normal bag for me. And like you said it's Blah Blah Blah. Lovely outdoor seating area. Yeah that's a great recommendation. Beaver Burger Yeah Burgers. Have something like eighteen ingredients or something like crazy. I mean they're hand formed so I like to describe these a very good vegetable burger. It's not trying to convince you that it's me. But but has the same flavour and richness and experience of eating a burger. It feels like rich in savory and just like at Pax Punching Sink your teeth into it is not an wishy being patty out of the camp and I mean. My advice is huge as well. I mean they are big if you have to really hungry to that place and I would say if you don't agree. Maybe a burger to share between tier before I really fell in was going to say if you ever one of our favorite things to do. The New Delhi in Spain. And if there's a place that has great top us but we almost always go there for the menu. Is this place called big? It's around the corner from here And I guess we're making suggestion of things that feel. Kinda like they're great but they'll do their own different thing and with Vega they have. I think the whole thing is that all their food is. Eko like organic is what we call the states homemade. And then there's like another thing. I think a lot of it's very gluten. Free friendly very easy to go there and free if that's a thing for you to but they have just a great sense of flavor and making various if you stick to the Spanish dishes. The very Spanish inspired or Spanish dishes. You'll be good. I always warn people against trying too much at a place. That's not an international place. The international dishes not that it'll ever be bad it will just be Spanish sensibilities and you might be a little disappointed in my not. Curry won't be spicy example. He's never spicy. I struggled coming from. Uk We love our currys currys on national dish. Now trying to get a really packs a punch and even so to say. Can you please make it really? Spicy comes out in the snow spicy and I think the most important thing that you're coming to Spain you WANNA try things go for Spanish food. Whether it's gluten free vegetarian or not any of those. If you go for Spanish food they just have such an interesting simple sense of flavoring and seasoning food and the way they cook and prepare foods. That's where you'll get the best experience not to recommend because Tortilla Tortilla Spanish Tortilla is obviously such a traditional thing. And there's quite a number of places that are making a Vegan wants now 'cause they normally it's made with like potato and egg and onion and one place that we love makes an amazing a Vegan. One is called the street and it's love peace and they make the Tortilla on Saturdays. 'cause it's so labor intensive so they make a few different kinds on Saturday and it's so delicious and we've taken people there Vegan or not. Everyone loves it. It's just so delicious. It's really tiny spot but you can also get the Tortilla to take away and stuff like that and so we love that and they also have like a sister restaurant around the corner called Latino Carlotta and that's like more a little bit upscale not super like a little more trendy they call it like a gastro bar and they have like some great fun do and different things like this definitely. Love that place to I just want to add the places. Recommending these are places that impress everyone beginner not and even though we have some other favorites and stuff like there there might be a place that like for example bittered essays a like a classic place that people like to go to but it's like all the junk comfort food that Spanish but made the again so it's good. It's really good but it might. If you don't already have that I've experienced this when I wasn't thinking you might not appreciate. The food is much of the first things that we recommended. These are places we take all our non Vegan friends who come to visit friends that come to visit whatever and all of it. They all have all of these places. I commend B Thirteen B. Thirteen one of one of the first Vegan. It's inconvenient dive bar. Spanish food all the traditional Spanish. Like through dickey Leslie cheap. It's so popular that there's a line out the door before they even open and when it opens it's already full because the line has just so you gotta get there. It's so popular. It's so cheap. Though so good I I would recommend that to people that are interested in junk food because it's not healthy whatsoever. It's like it's like a fried chicken patty or like Burger like potassium. Dr Is there like all those kind of like more bar food things. So like yeah. I think I think it's always important as we've learned recommending food to people over the years that it's really important to realize what people are into because like. I hear people go there and be like Oh. It was so greasy and Friday. I'm like well that's what it is so you know otherwise. Go somewhere else. You know what I mean so like. I said I guess the disclaimer is. It depends on what you're into one more recommendation. I'll stop because that was way more than five. We actually was. Okay well we. We did write a whole book on Viga Madrid so obviously we have so much to say one more. I would have to say that the being seen in Madrid is so diverse. That's why it's like. We're struggling to recommend all these different things because there's so many great things here like there's two Vegan donut places here one of them's called Delitzsch and one of them's called bite me. And they're both great. So here's a few more of your comment about why you listen to the one in Spain. Podcasts and Where you listen and your favorite episodes on these are our listeners. Who left comments on the winning Spain? Instagram Account Maasai. One says because I want to study Spanish language in university so I should know all the things about this coach and this country. I haven't listened to all of the episodes yet but they are fantastic. I don't feel the time passing while listening to really glad to hear Mosey one. I didn't know what your real name is is it. Most I think Christine Samantha. Says listen because after being there for a month for school a few years back. I miss it. I usually listen. Driving but since being quarantined listened while. I do some online work or just hanging out at home my favorite episodes are when you go out and around Madrid and make. It seem like we are walking around inherent all the sounds of the city. Nothing specific I can think of just love hearing more about Spain. My Pleasure Christine Gabriel Alley and also a winning Spain. Patron thank you to you. Arleen She says I listen while working or cleaning because he transport me to places so dear to me. I love to hear an episode in Salamanca. When it's safe to travel of course thank you yes. I'm absolutely no actually. Salamanca is really must see city in Spain. I've never been to Salamanca. Power has one of the most spectacular platform yours of all of Spain not to Madrid about two three hours drive. I guess but I've never been in. It's also the home of Madrid. Oldest University is a very student. He City I've had great things about Salamanca. Let's hope that at some point in the not-too-distant future. I'll be out to get up and bring you an episode from Salamanca. Randy retired Randy Randy. Who's also a when in Spain Patriots? I thank you to you randy. Randy's ever since Robin Leach Past I've been searching for someone else to give me champagne wishes and caviar dreams. I found that in poor and his Spanish lifestyles of the rich and famous. This made me laugh Randy Say Robin Leach was a journalist He passed away a few years ago but he was quite well known in the nineteen seventies and eighties and he had a TV show Called the lifestyles of the rich and famous From what I remember. And he Had this saying champagne wishes and caviar dreams while as I replied to Randy in the threat I said his two more champagne wishes and caviar dreams or maybe in my case. Kabir wishes carver wishes and Calamari dreams. Or maybe Charlie James either but yet thanks for your comment. Randy did make me chuckle. And thanks for supporting the GAS MATT AUSSIE SAYS. He listens in lockdown. While out on a walk just the right timing too. He says a new listener so now going back over earlier podcasts really enjoying a thank. You hoping to move out there in twenty twenty permanently looking to buy and so yes. I'm hoping to put an episode together soon with a property expert so Mac keep your ears peeled for that episode Miss Yvonne Lopez. I listened because Spain is my favorite place in the world. Your podcast is so awesome which I went for a five mile. Walk today and you're focused. I was my company. Had To rescehduling trip. We had in March to October. So I'm hoping things are better and we get to go. Yup Well Metoo. I really do hope that any of you have had to change your plans really make it to Spain. As soon as is possible. Lorraina FRITO says. Listen on my walks. I love learning about the country and coach and my dad was full blooded Spanish brackets and Lucienne so listening and learning really helps that connection. My soul fails to the coach. Well glad that is my job to try and connect you to the Spanish culture. Katie Peaches eighty-five Katie. Says I discovered your podcast around two years ago. Now I think I wanted to brush up on understanding. The Spanish coach as my partner is Spanish and has deep roots from Andalusia San Luca debate Amita to be precise I found your podcast. That perfect missing link for me to truly understand the INS and outs of Spain to pick up some fantastic phrases and here in inverted comments When asked US Mangas Berries Which is a bit like well. It's a bit late now You can. It was a bit a bit too late for that. Now or maybe well in Assam Catholic Way. Better late. The never There is a whole episode about these colloquial Spanish phrases. Check back. I take you to my Spanish class with my classmates and we talk about well. Naughty words colorful expressions as well as again. Check back for that if you like to learn colloquial Spanish. She's I love listening when I'm puttering around in the garden working commuting or relaxing on a summer day in the hot tub. You literally transport me to a sunny Spain no matter what our lovely UK weather system brings. Yeah I just love to hear the everyday life in the background to the hustle and bustle of the streets the AB well s nattering. Even the sound of the shutters is comforting. Thanks for bringing an informative and positive corner to the Tinto Web. Thanks to you Katie. Thank you for continuing to listen. I'm really glad that it helps transport you to Spain. Jacqueline Newman or just Lynn. Jessop Lynn. Newman I'm not sure. She says I listen because I'm in love with Spain. The coach of food people traditions architecture. It all inspires me and excites me. Next week. I was supposed to leave for a two month trip to Spain that I've been looking forward to so much after a very hard year listening to your podcast always made me feel excited for the trip and helped me learn more details about the coach. I listen on Apple. Podcast up while I get ready for work or while cooking my favorite episodes are out food. I've loved the episodes with a host of walk and eat Spain. Well they go. You just heard Margaret from walking each Spain again. She's on my level the excitement for food and you guys seem to have fun together yet. We do Manga listening to this way to do more food related episodes with you in the future. Let's definitely do that. And yes jacqueline. Sorry to hear about your council trip. Let's hope that too soon as things get back to normal. You can make care as soon as possible. Thank you so much guys. Cube comments Just to say but went in. Spain does have a facebook grit with about three thousand members. And we're on instagram. And I'm trying to pose more videos. A new photos everyday on Instagram facebook to help kind of transport us to Spain So do you go and check out inscribing winning? Spain one is the handle when in Spain number one and just search facebook you can join the group. They're great place for sharing photos asking questions of other Spain funds in the group as well so I think that's about it really enjoyed the little roundup of food and drink spanner off other food related episodes as an episode where talk about mini India This woman I talked about the more modern Emerging restaurant scene in Madrid. Do Go and check the back catalogue of episodes to find those and indeed if you enjoyed the clip that you just heard go back and check out the full episodes with all of the guests that you had A little excerpts of in in this episode and well staying with the theme of food and drink in the next episode. I've got a fantastic guest and we're going to be talking about that famous Spanish Tipo Verma or better mood and I'm really excited to talk about it. It's one of my favorite drinks. It Super Spanish You know if you come into Spain any points in the future you have to have a little glass of Vermouth as talking all about everything you need to know about the history behind the different varieties when you should drink. We're going to be bringing you some recommendations of bars. In Spain to try we're going to be bringing recommendations of brands and styles of Ando say recommendations for fantastic vermouth Basel. Better Move Terry. 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He also accused Democrats are trying to steal the election and planning to harvest ballots a practice of political operatives electing absentee ballots on behalf of others, Rachel Sutherland, Fox News, Ohio lawmaker's in the Senate say they are returning to the Capitol next month to debate overturning House Bill Six Senate? President Larry Ob. Off confirmed Sunday that the Senate would meet in September. To discuss the bill that bailed out two of Ohio's nuclear energy plants, former Ohio speaker of the house Larry Householder and several others were recently indicted for accepting sixty million dollars in bribes help pass the legislation. The owners of the plan say if the bill is repealed and not replaced, they'll have to shutdown down which would affect hundreds of employees and take out nearly fifteen percent of the state's energy. Supply. Rob Bailey wt a m news, the new orders issued by the governor and assisted living facilities take effect today and require all employees to be tested and residents to undergo quote strategic testing off when when covert positive patient identified there are others in the facility you're also infected, but who do not yet have symptoms often these individuals unknowingly contribute to the spread of the virus. These facilities will be using a new saliva Kobe, nineteen tests that is said to be reliable and can produce results within forty eight hours and a one time volunteer. Employees of a Catholic school is now facing federal charges for making threats against the school according to. The FBI, the US Attorney's Office and Gates Mills Police fifty-three-year-old Thomas Bears of Concord Times in Lake. County, a number of posts on social media last week threatening Gilmour Academy in Gates Mills. They say, he said things like all hell will break loose it is finished and there was a video of bears with a handgun saying I ain't GonNa lay down and also saying Gilmour Academy now y'all got a deal with some dangerous no indication of what led to the comments. I'm Tom More W. T. A. M. News and on Wall Street the Dow is up two hundred and eighteen points Nasdaq up seven points in the SMP up seventeen points. Now doesn't Tiem Sports. The tribe welcomes the first place Minnesota twins to progressive field for an important series. Tonight Aaron Somali takes the hill at seven ten right here. The game can also be heard on our free IHEART radio APP. Also Acting Manager Sandy Alamar will continue in that role at least through the twin series as skipper Terry Francona continues to deal with this gastro intestinal issues. I'm home of the Indians and cavaliers. Carmen Angelo newsradio. Wt Am eleven hundred and Julie Holiday for more on today's top stories sign up for our daily newsletter. A. 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What is long as we were there for Anson that someone would be there to take care of us. Took so much weight off our shoulders out. Can you help go to fisherhouse Dot Org? So we want to get rid of the. And take guns out of the hands of law abiding citizens Oh is GonNa work out really well, the Mitrova Sano show on Newsradio W.. T.. A. M. Eleven hundred. got a lot to talk about today I. Don't know if you've heard but the mayor, the city of Cleveland said, no tape eating for Browns games this year immune lot. the city of Cleveland the population is shrinking. Somebody robbed a bank in Cleveland wearing your calves hat. And a mask. You know for the corona virus that facemask. There's a shortage for laptops. They want to impeach the Governor Governor. Dewine. Got A lot to get into as the day goes on. At least for a lot of people as thing one of the most important things of all those subjects is you won't be able to tailgate an immunity lot. You. Don't I kind of think that's a good thing for browns football because they'll actually be fans in the stands now game star Yeah they won't be arriving at the two minute warning. Yeah. So I mean actually it's good for the browns. because you won't be able to Tailgate, but you'll be able to buy twenty seven dollars beer. Can make that stadium see tencent so good thing for the browns. You ever notice there's such browns fans. They're not even there for the start of the game. They could really care less. It's a party. That's. Time. And get loaded is like they tell me football is the most popular sport. No football is for drinking and gambling. People don't even pay attention to the Games well I mean you have said it over and over if you take the gambling aspect out of it goodbye ratings. About partying aspect not, doubt. Lot impact every. That's what it's all about gambling and drinking football games. Our full numbers are two, one, six. Yes. The most popular sport. phone numbers era two, one, six, five, seven, hundred, eleven hundred. To one, six, five, seven, eight, one, one Oh, I got turn on the Weather Channel Two. The hurricanes dual hurricanes GONNA hit New Orleans is that still going to happen to anybody got the weather channel on? I. Thought Today we gave away Yeah. Go ahead. No. I thought they were headed there but I thought they said the one was weakening a little bit. Earlier today his yes. It was weakening and it was a little bit to the right. I'm sure it's trump fall to hurricanes about to head. I'm surprised one Bill Jabalya and the other one's going to hit you with a right hook. And draw basically which it's SORTA like boxing. The first one just going to boom boom boom boom a little bit in your nose and in the second one is going. Knock your ass out Marcos. Let's take a folk hoosiers today Kurt. Kurt you're in the Air Kurt. Trance? I'm pretty much done with W. t. a. m. and Ray Davis they fired Kyle Cornell for saying Harris was a colored person instead of a person of color. What are we living in George Orwell's nineteen eighty-four? We're, living in and. What did I have to do it? I, have nothing to do with it. I just work. Thank you for the phone call. Acura here's what they told me. They told me I can't talk about it. Okay Bid. At. It's it's absolutely bizarre. It's absolutely bizarre but they told me I can't talk about you. WanNa talk about it. I don't think we're going to be able to do it on the air because this is talk radio we can't do talk radio anymore. So it's only gonNA. Get worse to trust me. It's Talkradio's not gonNA get better. You Better Start Liking podcasts because podcasts there's the thing of the future. talkradio's going away very quickly. believe me. Balk is going away very quickly. And God Forbid You could say whatever you want to say. But there's more people listen to him than anybody rush limbaugh. God forbid if something happens to rush all my you could say you could really say goodbye to talk radio you could really say goodbye to it. So. I don't know what's going to happen there my prayers to Russia and his family. I mean, you know he's got stage four cancer. So we'll. We'll see WHO's next. Jason you're in the air. Jason. Jason's not there. Are Rights No name on this phone call. We'll go to a called you're on what your have good afternoon. Good afternoon Lawrence calling for you and how. Listen. Listen. Neighbors. Who are Members of the National Association for the Bachelor? Colors. People. Towards Lawrence Wards Lawrence. Lawrence I'm not taking off the speakerphone can you take me off the speakerphone? Echoing. Just a minute or give me a second here. Thank you ask. Okay I have neighbors who are members of the national. Association for the Advancement of Colored People. And we discussed on the issue today that we heard about on the news. And they are concerned that. They can use the word. Colored people as part of their national organization. But when other people use the word colored people they get in trouble now to me as a black person. We have gone through numerous innovations of our what we're described as we were once called Negroes. We would then called Afro Americans. Then, we became black. then. We became African Americans. At some point we were called colored as well. Dowse that's probably back in the eighteen hundreds and early nineteen hundreds, and now the turn is eighty Os. Americans descended American descendants of Africans slaves, I don't know if you know about that yet. So my view is this if there's any organisation that can legitimately still use the word colored. And there's no outcry about it. I don't see issue with another with anybody referring to. Black people as. Colored People because Colored People is only a stumble from the word people of Color as far as I'm concerned I think the fact that the cancel culture has reached your radio station is atrocious because you have been one of the few people in the city and state. Who has been able to express things Unvarnished and without political correctness. But all of a sudden, some young man's life has been turned upside down notice are not mentioning anybody in particular. Some young man's life has been turned upside down because he dared use a term that somebody deemed offensive, which is a legitimate term. Now had. He called that called a person. What we euphemistically called the inward I could see it being a problem. But using a term for many years was acceptable. Among blacks and whites. As a term to describe black. People. Because it is now considered offensive or out of date. and. Then to be fired for it I think it's atrocious. We had a church denomination one time it was called the colored Methodist Episcopal Church believe it or not. It's the church. The see now stats. Christian. For decades, the word colored was a prominent part of the name of the church. So sad situation. Point you've. Yes, I got. I. Got I. Got a Black Guy from your point. Yes. I do you hit me right in the face with your point? I understand your point absolutely. Positively completely I understand your point. Again. I will say this. Okay. I cannot do a show. And this they told me not to. you've express. Express your views, I understand that. I'm going to take a break here and when we come back hopefully. Hopefully. You'll change the topic. please. Contests and my fellow America. Not. What your country can do for you. Ask what you can do for your country. Trivisonno show on Newsradio W. T.. A. M. Eleven hundred. Am Saana forbath are. Now's your bathroom outdated mold mildew. Need New Tub my friends at bat us can design a bath of your dreams, their bathroom experts. And they offered complete bathroom remodeling service I don't care what it is. You need they have it. And everything they install a low maintenance it's resistant to mold and mildew easy to clean and lasts for decades comes with a lifetime warranty. Tara's I'm telling you will transform any bathroom to the bathroom of your dreams and every unit is custom built. You pick the accessories and every single unit is installed by certified factory technician. One thousand dollars off column. Now, four, four, zero, two, seven, six, eight, seventeen that's bath us four, four, zero. Two, seven, six, eighty, seventeen, or go their website bath our US dot com complete bathroom remodeling Bat Darras. I. Who's next Jim. Jim You're on the Air Jim. Out here nor ORLANDS. and Windows really blogs. Hurricanes come to. One hundred miles an hour. So you're exaggerating a little bit, but you're about to get nailed to a two hurricanes is it still Is that still happening? You are in New Orleans yes I am but the first one dissipated this morning it's not even a tropical storm. All the rain went up to the panhandle of Florida. Actually it was sunny here though about fifteen twenty minutes ago, and now it's a little bit cloudy. now Laura's common and they're calling for that one. So fired a head towards Texas more than normal. So you there vacation. Up with there's really nothing to do because ever teach close. First Time I got a car so driving around police. Maybe you could drive the Florida or something and spend the rest. Well, we were supposed to go to Mississippi, but that's where it's getting pounded right now. So the hurricanes are GonNa? Miss. New. Orleans then. The first one dead like I say it's gone the is out in the Gulf but there's no clouds rounded or anything, and it's supposed to go off the coast possibly rain tonight a little bit. Now. LAW IS GONNA be coming. Off of Cuba tonight. And heading into the open water. So then they're. Expecting have to pick up the maybe to possibly a category three hurricane but right now they're calling for the head. Towards the Houston area maybe hitting in like the Texas leaving border. Yeah. Okay you just made me turn on the weather channel. It's amazing how the tracking of these hurricanes is so. It's Sorta like our news reporting. Now, the tracking of these hurricanes are just. I mean it's amazing. How far off they could be you know and I understand. It's I guess it must be difficult to track these things because they can change it anytime you know. I it's rather and it's really funny because the weather people get criticized down here for blowing it. Yeah well, it looks now that. It's going to go through the panhandle of Florida and then make a right Georgia's GonNa get worse than New Orleans with this. I would marco. Like I. Say we don't even have any rain here yet. It tried to sprinkle like for two minutes by car. Got A little bit wet. And nothing. I. I think the news and the weather people were hoping it would hit New Orleans. Not. Hoping. But it would be a bigger story if it didn't Orleans than just the panhandle of Florida's what I'm saying. And then you got. You know two inches of snow effect. It's GonNa tear is the city the winter storm warning. Joy. Your vacation. Thanks for the weather report. Okay if Laura conflict. Wednesday. I don't forget. Thank you and. w. t. a. m. weather reporter live from New Orleans on the scene. hurricane MARCO HAS MISSED NEW ORLEANS, you don't need the weather channel. It Smith's New Orleans it made a right turn. Yet. and. It's GonNa. Hit More Georgia. To new. Orleans. A little bit off only four states but you know they you know. But but Laura Hurricane Laura's behind. Hurricane Marco coming up Goff. And only. God knows where Hurricane Marco will that. Are Laura Laura, and they're saying she's GonNa hit about two o'clock Wednesday morning. That's what she should make landfall. Yeah. All right, real quick. Let's squeeze before we we got another one or not judy. Judy you're in the Air Judy Yes. Mike. I just please let me make a comment and I don't WanNa get you in trouble you can't discuss it. But I just want everybody out there in agreement with what other people have shed about this. The fact that w the supposed to be a conservative radio station and has. Acted like it has some brains this whole. Thing with this person being fired over but they were fired over is just absolutely atrocious and I just ask everybody out there to bombard ray. Davis. With phone calls. Own. I gotta go to news. Thank you for the Full Cup let me make this point because I cannot talk about the situation, but I will make a point here. Okay and I'm not lying to you. Don't bombard Ray Davis. It was not his fault. Okay. Ray Davis had nothing to do with this I'll stick up for ray, Davis for the first time in my radio career. Mark that tape down I'm willing to place in. Okay. Leave Ray alone. It's Or rate. you wonder if you're going to get a raise because it's only gonNA. Get worse than full numbers era two, one, six, five, seven, hundred, eleven hundred talk radio enjoy talk. Radio. Because I would say within a year and a half two years talk radio will be gone. They'll be all podcast podcast. Talk So well, talk radio well, talk as Talkradio is still here. Enjoy it. Because it ain't GonNa be here much longer trusts me. Here's Julie with the news. Thank. You. Trip is three, thirty, five, the Republican National. Convention is underway this week in Charlotte North. Carolina and much like the DNC will be done virtually amid the ongoing pandemic. The RNC has several speakers lined up for tonight's event including South Carolina Senator Tom Scott Louisiana Representative Steve, scalise former ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley and Donald Trump junior the RNC will air through Thursday this week some lawmakers and Columbus are trying to mount an effort to impeach Governor Mike. Dewine because of. How he has handled the coronavirus situation to impeach the governor, it would take a majority vote of the State House. Then two thirds vote of the state Senate after trial a tradition before Cleveland Brown get browns. Games won't be happening this season. The city's emergencies order dealing with the coronavirus pandemic have banned the traditional tailgating before browns games at the Muny. Lot. And any other city owned parking lot your three news forecast from the MR hero hot butter cheese steak weather center here's Holly Strand. For the rest of your Monday afternoon plenty of sunshine just an isolated shower rumble of thunder. We're in the mid to upper eighties around seventy tonight warm and tomorrow back in the eighties sunshine with just small shower and storm chances and this report is brought to you by compassion Internet Microwave Asano show. On AM eleven hundred. Watching. the weather to. Boy. As my life at a new low. I'm watching the weather channel. And but the second one Laura. Looks. Like it's GonNa. Go. In between. NEW ORLEANS HOUSTON. There's a place called late, Charles no relation Charles Guile. I don't think now IT A. Different. So it, they got attract right now. That late Wednesday Thursday somewhere in that vicinity. It's GonNa go right in between. HOUSTON. In New Orleans and smash late Charles. I. That's what they're saying. Now, our full numbers are two, one, six, five, seven, hundred, eleven hundred. two, one, six, five, seven, eight, one, one, one, one. The weather channel has some guy standing in water. By the Goff would no shoes and socks those are the best. Reporting there's nothing going on yet you just standing in the water. Kind of any. Water telling everybody that because I don't want to be stuck wearing my old outdated glasses because I want to wake up and just be able to see because enough is enough at the center. We've heard it all all the reasons why it's time for lacy over the past thirty years. The Ice Center has helped tens of thousands of people realize the freedom lacy provides now is the time for Lasix, which percents off for a limited time with one of northern Virginia's leading surgeons plus get an additional eight hundred dollars off. Within. Thirty Days Register for your savings and schedule your free consultation. Now at the center dot com, some restrictions apply San Tala thought the same thing I've seen that at the Fisher. The Fisher House I know is a huge part of recovery for somebody like my husband for them to know that their family members are being taken care of that's a huge burden off them so they can concentrate on their therapies. Just having that assurance that no matter what is long as we were there for Anson that someone would be there to take care of us. Took so much weight off our shoulders. How can you help go to fisherhouse Dot Org? It's. A little, rough and speaking of water. I don't know if you're driving around the east side we have. Even if I'm allowed to say this, but we have brown water. Have you heard about that I heard about her website I didn't hear about an east side. Yeah. So they're they're they're letting the fire plugs run I saw that today. Open. Love everywhere out all the rust. So no, there's nothing to do with rust. It's You pay attention it was in the news there's stumped type of lack lack of oxygen. Then it's causing the water to turn to a brownish color isn't it to dream? Brown. Jess. So. Euclid. Mayfield Heights Mayfield village Len. Gates Mills. Highland. Heights. South Euclid Richmond Heights. So. If you're I would pay attention to your water even though they're telling you, it's safe to drink. Driving back from Chesterton, I noticed that the fire hydrants are all over time just chester township. Just Orland just-released Chester townships. Yeah. You were driving now. It's not. It's clearly you're driving back from Chester Lynn. JESSOP. Fed the Chester Township police. Yes. And they got all the got fire hydrants running everywhere. Yeah. In the suburbs here, eastern suburbs. And they're telling you, I had to get a laugh because I need to laugh. It's just. Crazy tiring but. They're telling you that if your water is Brownish. It's safe to drink. Don't worry about it. Right. Don't even. Ask, a question is there anybody out there to this going to drink brown water No. Not Going to happen. Today, we're at the Chester Township Police Department in Chester Lind. And we fed the the drift t-shirts, fed. Our first police department and I'm telling you over one hundred people showed up. That's great. That's wonderful time here. Yeah I. Mean Brazilian people showed up and the justice and Policing Chester Township police officers are just fantastic along with the fire department also, they were there. And the trip t shirts fed. Our first a police station and that was the Chester Township police station and Chester l'an. I think next week have you talked to the chief of police in primary yet I talked to his assistant and she said she will get back to me by the end business today regarding what they will be going to Parma next week. I think next week The T will be feeding the paramount police department. If we can get hold of the chief and we'll get that confirmed before the week is over. So, we will go from the fiery side to the near West West side. With parnell will be our second. And a lot of people bought t shirts they. The more t shirts you buy. The more money I make an retire early. Before the podcast night me off the air and the more police departments we feed. Absolutely. And we're doing it to honor the police and that's would exactly happen today. They wanted me to make a little speech out there they had a megaphone. And a lot of trump fans out there and everything, and that I stayed away from politics and I told the people thank you for coming. It's all about the police and. That's what this effort is. One of the efforts with the trip t shirts is to honor a police departments and we honored our first one today the Chester Township police department and Fire Department. And everybody that showed up Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. for showing up Billy Morris with his smoking rack and roll food truck did a great job today. He opened up at noon with the National Anthem and his guitar that was awesome also and I couldn't believe the amount of people that showed up at twelve o'clock on it on a week day. Now that was great. That was absolutely great today. I was totally impressed any of the videos if you WANNA, check it out you make sure to center show facebook page there's videos up there including a billy Morris. I. Thought was really really cool when billy was doing the national. Anthem. Everyone in that. Turn around and face the flag. which is awesome. Yeah there wasn't one person neely now there was no dealers. Yeah. which somebody who still ask the explain to me? Why you would kneel during the national anthem for a clause A. Says absolutely nothing to do with the flag the anthem. I don't, but I'm living in a world. I don't understand and that's why thanks they've more tache as we got the t shirts out there finally and it was a home run today it was an absolute home run in. The police chief mark purchase from justice, and he was there he was a great. Very. Nice man very nice man. I met a lot of the police officers, some of the detectives. Rick from Geogra- county was their the suicide. Day and I'm telling you I I would ask the over one hundred people showed up. Some left early some stuck around the whole time some eight Some just came to say a low but it was great. It was really impressive and thank everybody and keep buying the t shirts the the more you buy. Like I said, the faster I can retire and the more police. We can honor Yeah Police, departments, we can honor and There's absolutely like I said today. I mean it's a no brainer honoring police because they do hell of a job they do hell of a job. WHO's next John? John you're on the Air John. Hi. This is John for Beechwood. Only. Tell You I. I was a teacher for over thirty years. So stays teacher high school level and occasionally down then kid in class, we'd say the word colored. for win but I would say, would you know for a black person? I didn't make a big federal case about it. I simply said someone I think is the right way you say, well, you know that's the term that was more commonly used in the past their their terms that people prefer nowadays i. Thank you for the phone call I mean I again Please le Let's move on to another topic. Okay Let's just move on to another topic. I was asked by management not to talk about this, not to give my opinion about this. I can't stop you to call her. Yes I can I could just hang up on you. But. I'm asking you to stop please. I mean come on you can't. Gate. We got a call regarding some wants to talk about the tailgating the browns fans. I mean what could be more important. Than Tailgating GotTa have that Party, before the game you gotta get I mean my God the importance of that for football fans tailgating. I mean, they don't show up till half-time to the game. True football fans those tailgaters. WHO's next? Let's see. They are Debra Debra. Hello Debra. Yes. Hi. Hi Mike. Thanks for taking my call first time caller. Thank you. First. Time referred. You better stick the first time caller and leave the job to absolute. Absolute. ROOFING DOT COM. Yes So I'm trying to respect your wishes on this but I have a question that I think is okay and but but you can. Tell me if it's So you said. In two years or whatever we're GONNA have podcasts and not talk radio. And I WANNA go. Yeah I, WANNA say like you're late to the party that's already happened I mean for saying like tailgating more important than liberty. Like I'm just I'm dumfounded. We. Thank you for the phone call. Yes. Thank you. It's radios basically over I'm not gonNA lie to you. I mean you know? We you. You'll still have the rover shows where he talk about masturbation and stuff like that. You don't. You'll have those. Ridiculous shows but you're not gonNA have any shows of substance anymore. They're eliminating those. They don't want the work that comes along with managing those type of shows. It's too much work. Work is a bad thing today. Work as hired for people. We need more stimulus checks. Stimulus checks for talk radio hosts, stimulus checks for talk radio host I bought eleven hundred a week for talk show host to stay home buying this shot up. Absolutely. We'll wait a minute. You guys talk show hosts have we get like eight hundred and we can't get an envelope. Thin one guys come on get like seventy dollars seventy. Actually. Sure. Yes, we'll pick it up as we need stimulus checks, talk radio hosts. So we can survive. Yass. Get behind me on this. Hey I'm like you're Asana for. What a world? Where it's headed it's just unbelievable. 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Am Eleven hundred A phone number zero, two, six, five, seven, hundred eleven hundred to one six, five, seven, eight, one, one, one one who's next our buddy Rick Warner from Geog, county. Sheriff. Oh Rick Geogra-. County police suits. Welcome Rick to the show Rick doing today. I'm good trip however you. Was a little hot for about an hour and a half today but other than that I'm doing. Okay. Well, we truly appreciate you coming out and and supporting local law enforcement It was nice to see you and seth. although someone was missing in, you know I'm sure he had more important things to do than. Than to hang out and in Celebrate with a with a great audience that you have out there that came to. Chester today. you talking about Carmen Right. Oh No. Yeah, Carmen. I was producing running rush limbaugh. Oh. No you were. You were running. Okay. I was running rush limbaugh. Rick Real Quick I was shocked at the amount of people that showed up in support of the police today I was really impressed with that. There would be that many people there. I did not but then again, I wasn't expecting it you know and that's the thing about law enforcement is is truly appreciated by the community. You know it's just a of fuel splinter groups and smaller sections that really don't appreciate the the services that their local law enforcement provide but most of them do they show that every day and their appreciation by by saying thank you and you know if if there's a tax levy or something that that needs to be put on for operating expenses, they support him with that and that's one of the things that that. We as police officers, especially in a county that we've seen from the community that they are truly supporting us. Well. Thank you for stopping out today I apologize probably forgot to say goodbye but Thank you very much. You're stopping out there today. I, think he didn't Irish. Shot an Irish exit isn't that? Skewed by and then yeah the Irish. Goodbye. Out. By. We appreciate what you've done flushing in the continued support and you've always supported law enforcement name and we truly appreciate that. Rick, thank you very much. Take care and it was nice seeing in when everything gets back to normal like I told you today let's do another show. Okay. We'll have you on the air again. You know it sounds good. Look forward to it. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Take care of Carmen. Rick Warner Geogra- county police officer does a lot of. Internet patrolling him on many different times don't forget. The t shirts you can buy me go to W. T.. A.. M. Dot com keyword trip wt a dot com keyword trip. Or you can go to trip. SHIRT DOT COM it's. T. SHIRT DOT COM. Or. You can go to a big fraud custom T. shirts in Avon on Detroit Road There in Commons it's called Big Frog Custom T. shirts. You can get a made right there. so you don't have to. On? Everything. Or. You can go to Goldies. Deli restaurant while they last they have a few left there in strong she'll goalies A. Deli and restaurant you can go there and get them. So there's many different ways you can get him, but the two websites W A. DOT com. Keyword t shirt or go to trip t shirt dot com people are texting, and where does the money go? It's none of your business where the money goes no kitty. The money goes to me the money goes the David Moore. TASHA and the money goes to the police officers. and how much The huge percentage is going to get donated to charities. With my end and David's end and a lot of it is going to fleet feet, different police districts. So that's where the money is gone. You want to buy a T. you know the funniest part about this twenty, nine, ninety, five okay, plus tax. And this, and that does not we can do about tax. They're very quality t-shirt. Printed on both sides I'm living in a world I don't understand on the front twenty twenty what a year on the back They'll be a collector's item because you're never going to forget twenty twenty. It A. Where does the money go? Why are so expensive? If you want a t-shirt by a t shirt, if you don't want a t-shirt shut up. You are the only person that could put out a shirt and people in where's the money going to exactly. Insert some screwball woman guy is speaking at a concert. You pay eighty dollars for a t shirt without A. Slur money's going. You GET A browns Jersey pay three hundred. Fair broke. Pay Free, Hundred Round Jersey. Up We have a segment. Just, now. Just shot up. He's Jolie what the news. Is Four zero four. Thanks big trip for sheet that the RNC begins this week with implemented safety measures. After Kovic tests and temperature checks delegates came together to renominate president trump the president discussed the election at the convention. Hopefully, we have judges that are going to give it a fair call because if they get a fair call, we're GONNA, win this election the only way they can take this election away from US Is If. This is a rigged election. The RNC has several speakers lined up for tonight and will air through Thursday this week. Meanwhile, counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway says, she's stepping down at the end of this month saying in a statement, she needs to focus on her family. Everyone knows there has been quite a bit of drama Their daughter has been tweeting a lot lately requesting emancipation from her parents. She's had so many differences with her husband that have been something that caught a lot of attention over the last several years Fox's. Martha maccallum reporting conwy made the announcement. Sunday on Twitter Ohio. Lawmaker's in the Senate say they are returning to the Capitol next month to debate overturning house bill six, Senate President Larry, Osthoff confirmed yesterday that the Senate would meet in September to discuss the bill that has bailed out two of Ohio's nuclear energy plants, former Ohio House Speaker Larry, householder, and several others were recently federally indicted for allegedly accepting sixty million dollars in bribes to help pass that legislation the owners of the plants though say if the bill is repealed and not replaced, they'll have to. Shut down and that would affect hundreds of employees and take out nearly fifteen percent of the state's energy supply, rich Chino reporting classes, starting tomorrow, but Ohio State University is already suspending more than two hundred students whom they say broke coronavirus safety protocols. Just this past Friday, the university sent a letter saying students organizations that host or attend large gatherings could be suspended. The University says two, hundred, twenty, eight interim suspension because I don't want to be stuck wearing my old outdated glasses because I want to wake up and just be able to see because enough. Is Enough at the center. We've heard it all all the reasons why it's time for lacy over the past thirty years. The center has helped tens of thousands of people realize the freedom lacy provides now is the time for lacy with twenty percents off limited time with one of northern Virginia's leading surgeons plus get an additional eight hundred dollars off when you schedule within thirty days, register for your savings and schedule your free consultation. Now at the center dot com, some restrictions apply San Antonio tall is not the same thing I've seen that at the Fisher. Fisher House I know is a huge part of Coventry for somebody like my husband for them to know that their family members are being taken care of that's a huge burden off of them so they can concentrate on their therapies. Just having that assurance that no matter what is long as we were there for Anthony, that someone would be there to take care of us. Took so much weight off our shoulders. How can you help go to fisherhouse dot org engine have an issue though some have already been cleared and on wall. Street, we are still in the green the Dow is up three hundred and seventy eight points Nasdaq up seventy six points the SMP up thirty four points. WGM sports the tribe welcomes the first place. Minnesota twins to progressive field for an important series tonight. Erin. Savelli takes the hill at seven ten right here. The game can also be heard on our free iheart radio APP also Acting Manager Sandy Alamar will continue in that role at least through the twin series as skipper Terry Francona continues to deal with his gastro intestinal issues. I'm home of the Indians and Cavaliers Carmen Angelo newsradio WT am eleven hundred. You get traffic and weather together mornings and afternoons. Here's John. Dot Com. So we want to get rid of the police. And take guns out of the hands of law abiding citizens. That's GonNa work out really well, the might trivisonno show on Newsradio. AM eleven hundred. Naturally get Glenn Beck on for like three weeks and because of that statement, their greatest statements I've ever heard tomorrow we'll have a minute three, forty here three, forty, Glenn Beck Yeah. So we're Glenn's been sick for a while and busy for a while. So we finally hooked up with him tomorrow we'll have mine. At three forty. Tomorrow to talk about comment because. It's an absolute great comment. Before I go back to the phone lines. So we have phone calls. Yes, we do. Full. Number zero two, one, six, five, seven, hundred eleven to one, six, five, seven, eight, one, one, one. I I'm not bragging I'm trying to make a point here. It's it's Please okay. I've done a lot of charity work in my radio career I've raised millions of dollars for charities. Charities Millions of dollars okay. It's Ninety, five percent of the people are just phenomenal and I've always credited you the listener. Because I can promote it they if you don't donate or buy the tickets or whatever it is. Okay, it doesn't work. So it's all about you and I've made that point over and over and over all I am as a coordinator. But between you the listener and me, we've raised millions of dollars over my radio career for charities millions. Manno one, hundred, thousand, three, hundred, thousand millions. I mean, the last coats, our kids benefit we did raised on for a half a million alone. Okay. There's a small little percentage you that I would just like to kick right in the balls. What's the difference? How much it for a t shirt if you want to buy a t-shirt by the T-SHIRT, if you don't want to buy the t shirt, shut your mouth. Shut up. Without. Without mentioning any names do you go to buy? A car these expensive type cars, and do you walk in and you go How could you charge seventy eight thousand for a vehicle? Where's all that money going? To be like got options the brakes. Where's that money going nutty your business. Okay it's like when I do the coats, our kids benefit a hundred and fifty dollars. Why so much money some people most they sell out immediately. It's not like other. You know places that sell tickets for twenty thirty dollars. We get one hundred and fifty dollars you get dinner and you get entertainment and that's your donation coach kids plus there's a fifty fifty raffle and other stuff going on. But you have a small little hundred and fifty dollars why? Why so much 'cause we're raising for charity. What do you want to raise twenty seven dollars? To charity. That's why. We what is wrong with people. It today p pulled just bitch to bitch. I think the word bitch turned out to be the most important word in the English language. People are just bitching the bitch. You ever notice that today special four years. It's no but now it's even worse under the circumstances. Yes. Can everybody's bitchy. They bitch the. Bitch. About anything between all the time you're pitching about how you were today it was outside. Well, you got a Hoodie Hutagalung. Garments way over work produce rush produce. Produce this show. Much rush. How difficult this they hit off my on the cashbox produce. You get to Russia. He can't even spell produced. Produce he thinks about the grocery store that's where you get the plants. If I would love to see us be Russia's producer. Russia twelve over. Carbon swear I would bet a lot of money on this. You. If you were Russ producer, you wouldn't make it one day. If I knew running his board, he'd be passed. He'd fire you one day. Time all the PROMOS are played. A grizzly. Producer. Just, for you so okay. We do getting back to my point you. Only, take a phone call it. An amazing today that people bitch about everything not negative delis everywhere. Lie, on my on my who's next mark Mark you're in the air mark. Hi Mr Sano. Yes. I. Don't know if you re I I'm sure you already know this but you have done more for North East Ohio than any single politician. You know you're you know the donations and the. Codes for kids and and everything you're doing and it's crazy. It's phenomenal I really love it. But that's not what I call about to talk about The The tailgating thing. Why don't we get like ten thousand people or five or ten thousand people and Go. Storm the stadium like are they going to arrest that? We could just call it a protest? You know what I mean. Protesters are allowed to do what they want. So we can be football fans and go there we want and just call it a protest. I. Ten. Thousand People yes. We get ten thousand people and say we're protesting and we actually We just get a protesting permit. Yes. What else? We could go rip down we could rip down the stadium they won't do nothing they'll just watch us. But we can rip it down where we get a new stadium retractable dome and everything is all protesters we cry. On or anything yeah nothing nothing has. Has Jimmy. Thank you for the vocal is Jimmy Damore would say. Not, saying here's a liberal DOT COM to learn more. And so my fellow Americans. Ask Not. What your country can do for you. Ask what you can do for your country. Mitra Sano, show on newsradio UTA am eleven hundred. I'd like to ask like a really stupid question. Sometimes I I'll admit I have stupid questions but I'm just curious. So when you watch the weather channel on these hurricanes come. Now, get to the phone lines for just a second here but maybe somebody could tax to one, zero, nine, five Brad by absolute of. Some type of meteorologist or something can text us to one, zero, nine, five. You see these reporters on the beaches where the hurricanes are coming. Can you stand in a hurricane? Depends on how Strong it is obviously you mean to Category One, I'm. Standing in hurricane category five outstanding anywhere. I can tell you about. Hurricane it'd be over what seventy five miles an hour believe. That's low great hurricane least can you stand in that type? Of course I can tell you there were i. don't know if you remember this trip but years ago we had a horrific figure was nineteen, ninety eight. We had a horrific windstorm in Cleveland and winds were they hit about seventy miles an hour and I was outside on the bridge near the old place on. West. Knife and it nearly knocked me down but I was able to walk although I had the lean into the wind so I didn't get knocked over. The those winds were seventy plus and I was able to stay at them. But it took a lot. Of Video Right. Now guy standing hundred mile per hour winds. So He Yes, you can. Okay. All right. Okay. just just just curious. I didn't know WHO's next Tim. Tim. Keller. First Time referred. You better stick the first time caller and leave the job to absolute roping now absolute roofing dot com. Using about getting browns fans into the stadium because of the no tailgate rule. Well, here's the thing. Patriotic Fans and I know you're one. They don't WanNa, see Naylor's paving the social media disrespecting our flag. Make them kneel to an empty stadium. Here's my proposal and trip only you can pull this off. All Patriotic Fans should stand outside the stadium after having respected our anthem. And then go it. Call the program standing room only. I, WanNa see the team ownership. Media Management and players. See The impact of this decision to support this idiocy. That's a that's a wonderful idea and being serious. That's that's that's a great idea. Only problem is you're never going to get sixty thousand people to go along with that. Never now get eighty percent. The reason is, is that all sixty thousand of those people don't listen to the trip show Now A. Percentage of them do, but I'm not going to be able to reach all sixty thousand doubt see that would be the problem because they're listening other stations podcastone they're tweeting or Whatever they're doing they're working. You know so or they're not radio listeners. But. So but the showing outside the stadium is going to get media attention maybe national. No. No. The the it it it. Listen if my trivisonno does something, the local media is not going to get on board. They never have a and they never will. Okay that that's that's that's not going to happen. The only only time the local media's GONNA report about T. a. m. when it's a firing. Thank you for the phone call. I'm being serious or you spreading misinformation trip. By not being serious one hundred percent, right WHO's next? David. But that's wait a minute. Wait a minute before you pull up David. That's a hell of an idea. You stick it right in the nealer sneeze. Everybody stays outside during the national anthem. Let Him Neil to nobody and then you go incite standing-room-only. Perfect idea caller perfect idea. WHO's next David. David David Ok before I start winning wear on Parmar you're going to be. we're going to be at the I don't know do they have more than one police station? There police headquarters. Is On regency drive. So that's where we'd probably be still waiting for. Kim. Achieved Joe. Dope becks Kovacs Assistant to get back and confirm time either model Tuesday of next week. Okay One St Mawes one question Statement is if they had elected position to clean up Doggie parks case, which could never get elected. Question is what it exactly or what is your take on this? Impeachment of the governor the governor's other than the one. Lady from South Dakota was the only one that just ignored everybody did what she wanted. But. this whole covert things started from my guy inning on doctor who ran some type of program and said it was going to be worse than nineteen. Or VI nineteen eighteen. But what is the deal with going on and? impeaching the governor of Ohio since nobody had any facts and this is all over the country every and. You make a great point. Thank you for the phone call. That's why this is a waste of time. You're not going to impeach the governor because there's nothing to impeach him over. First of all Dr Amy Act and shook the state down. No matter why we wa- gay down again, he could read the Powell get Rob Wall Gate on after the news got Dr Amy and shut the state down the governor. Okay. That's the chain of command with power with the health. Director. In the state of Ohio he or she can shut the state down. And that's what she did and you know you talk about threats and you could talk about here getting in solid and this and that, and that's why she left Baloney Baloney not saying that that didn't happen. Okay. She left because she probably wanted to continue to shut down and the governor are you nuts? We'll go bankrupt. The states almost bankrupt as it is watching. C.. When they raise your taxes mark my words they're going to do I'm a Buddhist can't wait I'm a Buddhist just looking for an excuse to raise property taxes in Cuyahoga County. Where a lot of you listening right now live including myself. He can't wait to raise taxes. Well because of the Corona Virus I'm sorry to say in Cuyahoga. County. We're going to have to charge you forty seven dollars a second. To live in your home. We'll wait a minute arm arm and most of us will go broke It's too bad US politics need money. To predict the wait. Wait to see what happens wait. It's coming. The governor didn't what did he do? Wrong like the last caller said nobody knew what to do nobody? Nobody, had a clue what to do your medical experts like Dr Fauci has changed his mind in the last four or five months ten times on the same topic the corona virus mask you don't need to wear masks mask very important. That's the same guy. And you WANNA blame the governor look at me. I'm sticking up for the governor as having I'm having a nervous breakdown here. I'm sticking up for the frigging governor. Julie Halliday Julie Give me the hell out of it. Okay. Do News for twenty minutes. Her trip it's all good. It's four, thirty four. The state of Ohio reported fewer than seven hundred new cases of covid nineteen and only three deaths in the state on Sunday the Ohio. Department of Health announced that this continues a downward trend with the virus seen over the last two weeks lawmakers in Columbus Ohio. Governor Mike. Dewine. Removed from office State Representative John Becker of Union township. 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Several GOP lawmakers have drafted articles of impeachment representative John. Becker tells the Cincinnati Inquirer quote we fired speaker Larry Householder and the public wants to white because I don't want to be stuck wearing my old. Glasses because I want to wake up and just be able to see because enough is enough at the center. We've heard it all all the reasons why it's time for lacy over the past thirty years. The center has helped tens of thousands of people realize the freedom lacy provides now is the time for lacy with twenty percent for limited time with one of northern Virginia's leading surgeons plus get an additional eight hundred dollars off when you. schedule. Within Thirty Days Register for your savings schedule your free consultation now at the Ice Dot com some restrictions apply fired as well and quote he adds at Ohio frustrated with the wine constantly moving goalposts on how to tackle the novel coronavirus in Ohio the House went out to vote to impeach the governor that a trial would be held in the Ohio Senate with a two thirds vote of senators needed to remove the governor from office. So texture said trip today history on the trip show. The texture said and you can text us a two one, zero, nine, five brought to by absolute roughing. Okay. To One, zero, nine, five, you can text us. The texture said You stuck up for Ray Davis and governor dewine in one show. Shocking gotta take your temperature. Yes first time ever up for Ray Davis Governor to. Okay do I agree with how the governor handled this? Obviously if you've listened to be the last five months, you know I don't. I don't. Okay. But he did nothing to be impeached. Is My point. He lied me beef to be fair and honest he didn't lie. Well, he lied no, He did lie to seth. What the is. Set Yes. Okay. But you don't impeach somebody for forgetting what they said. We have rob all gate on he tell you why Asia impeach. Okay. We'll get to wrap Watergate and just one second. Okay. But the governor had no, he has no clue what to do. Nobody does. Rob Wall Gate does it make sure of Asano thousand? The Governor D- wind doesn't the medical experts have screwed up and you WANNA talk about being lied to. Listen to. Doctor FAUCI and all the medical experts over the last five months. They've contradicted themselves ten different times. Let's go to Rob Walgade from the American Policy Roundtable. Rob Will you please tell these people because when I tell the listening audience something half of doughty. It was Dr Amy acting who shut the state down and had the power not the governor am I correct in saying that rob you are one hundred percent correct mike the Governor does not have the authority to do that underlaw in Ohio. But the health director Dr, Amy, and bid. She does and the current Director of the Department of Health does this is why impeaching Mike Dewine to me personally makes no sense. The law needs change. We've been talking about it on your show since the end of March. Thirty Seven, Oh one, thirteen and Ohio revised code of all your listeners want to go on the Internet and Google oversee three, seven, zero one. Dot One three thirty seven, hundred, thirteen it says that the director of the Department of Health, we'll have ultimate authority in matters of quarantine in isolation, which it may declare and enforce all these things that might the wind sang on television that he's going to do go online and read the actual orders they're signed by the director of the department help. That's where the authorities impeaching the governor. What good does it do if the law doesn't change the next guy I know this may be hard for people to believe but the next director of the Department of Health and that would be appointed by a new governor could be worse. I mean according to I, don't believe these are constitutional laws. I don't believe thirty seven one thirteen has been followed constitutionally and everything that's been done when it comes to due process when it comes to shutting down businesses there. So many lawsuits that are pending and I I mean the governor and the director of the department helps their over. I believe in a court of law when it comes to litigation every trying they tried to defend their actions they don't win in court. and. We're tangled RAB Walgade from the American policy. Roundtable, and rob your make a great point. Okay, the law needs to be changed not the governor being impeached that it needs the law needs to be changed now, then if the governor has the power, then that's a different story moving heard would impeachment but right now, he he didn't have the power. Doesn't have the power. He's made some executive orders which I do disagree with as well. It's obvious. He's the one driving the bus instructing and being in consolidation with the director of the department health when it was amy act and now it's Lance hines. So yes, the director of the Department of Health serves at the pleasure of the governor but when it comes to law, these orders are all signed by the director that partner help. That's why it makes no sense that thirty, seven, one, thirteen on the books we've been saying for months changed the law what the people in the House do. They. Drop articles of impeachment just changed the law that the simplest way and it makes the most sense and it will protect Oh highlands for years and years to come rob. WHY DOESN'T STATE? Rep ninova tally one of the harshest critics of the governor draw up legislation to change the law. There's no need to draw up. It's drawn up Karm House bill six, forty, nine, the vote on it. That's a great question. Well, one reason is the disarray that's happening in Columbus when you have the former speaker of the house, it's under indictment. The new speaker of the House is trying to get everything organized and everyone put together and You know meeting session you have an election coming up it's a bit chaotic. The problem is all been done in April and May I won't even go back to March. I'll say April may remember in the Middle March everyone we're all Kinda like looking around like, wow, this is this is serious. We're not sure what's coming, but then once April may came around and said, wait a minute they're shutting down businesses for really no reason they don't have the authority to do that. This is why there needs to be oversight the director of the Department of Health does need to have. Some authority in their position. Much. That's where you could bring the legislature, all ninety nine state routes, thirty three states, senators, and have them vote on orders within five days of the order being issued. They could resend, modify or approve the order. Why does one person get to play the role of dictator in this state and tell eleven and a half million ohioans what to do the vast majority I may add which are healthy and those were the ones quarantine. Those are the ones that blocked business. We got a couple of texts. Let me. Tell you what rob? Walgade. American. Policy. A roundtable and A texter just brought up a great point didn't governor threaten veto. The law change if it if it came in front of him, Shh let the governor veto there should be enough of an override there that you could override the veto but let them veto. But at least take a stand politically and say, all right we this is the position we're GONNA. Make because impeach him. You would need a veto proof majority in the Senate to impeach him and that's not going to happen but you could do it on legislation because Mike even if I agree. Even, if I agreed with everything, the director of the Department of Health is done even if it's Time to ever it is I would still want this law changed because it gives too much power to one person and I don't think that's what people who are in agreement with what the directors have done realized. If they weren't in agreement with what has been done, they would be screaming for the lot of change. We all should law change we live in a representative republic. We don't live in a dictatorship especially one given to an appointed individual that can isolate and quarantine millions of millions of healthy Ohio, and that's what was done here and Look, look at the ramifications we have listeners now that are listening whose kids and grand kids aren't going to be going back to school in a week or two they're going to be learning from home. Now, what's crazy about it is some of them are still going to be the permitted the play sports with each other, but they can't go sit at a desk next to each other they can. They can spit on each other and lean on each other and sweat on each other, but they sure can't sit in the same classroom is each other. Rob Lying to seth is that an impeachable offense? Well. I think they're going to talk about that at Thanksgiving dinner I did get official word that seth will be a guest at the Dewine House to Thanksgiving dinner and he he knows how to record on the sly. So it'll make for great radio there the last week in November first week of December. Yeah, usually invitation to his ice cream social. Got One of those as of yet they're quite the hit. With. Rab All gate from the American. non-policy roundtable in Raba a do Thank you for the information I just wanted you to verify that it was Dr Amy Acton, shut the state down and not the governor and she could have done. Am I correct in saying this also the way the law's written out the health director Dr Amy Acton could've shut the state. Even if the governor told her not to. She goes yes. Now he could have threatened to fire her and remember when this all came about the Monday. So would have been Monday march sixteenth when it came to the election because we're we were voting on. March seventeenth from the primary they tried to get shut down in court. I know when they didn't win that. They realized they knew all along that they can illegally trying shutdown video an order from the director of part and health, and that's that's the avenue they went. She's the one that signed the order. It gave her lower in law. Rab All from the American policy. Roundtable. Thank you for the time. I gotTa move here but thank you very much. Buddy. Have you on again soon I promise you thanks guys talk. Soon. Thank, you here's a living and so my fellow in their. Ask Not. What your country can do for you. Ask what you can do for your country. TRIVISONNO show on newsradio. AM eleven hundred. Now, now they're gonNA make voting project unbelievable. Just unbelievable. I our full numbers there to one six, five, seven, hundred eleven hundred to one six, five, seven, eight one, one, one one. WHO'S NEXT DENNIS? Then is. Yes. I WANNA? Say I wanna be comment on the governor of thing and? You saw as far as. What difference does it make it we? Teach the governor but what I found interesting was when I first heard about it, I looked it up in a few hours ago. The Washington? Post. Our favorite left-wing Wing Rag. decided to run an article on that, what are they downplayed it now the left is downplaying. Kinda something about our governor. In terms of his Perceive political leaning if you will. I don't know I I voted for him and I found out I probably shouldn't have but then we only other Democrats another twice. Kinda. Yeah no I understand and thank you for the phone call understand completely your concerns in which you're thinking about but. This. This corona virus basically? The sole thing started in the middle of March roughly I mean the the virus started before that I understand that but. To a point where it was getting bad started in the middle of March. Nobody. Knew what the Hell to do? Nobody. Including the medical experts now, you can challenge me on that. You can write articles on that that's a fact. Because, the medical experts have changed. Their opinion on the corona virus in the last five months a half a dozen times. I, mean look at. The pending on which way the wind blows that's depending on weather a mask is good or not. Okay. In. The beginning he he told your mask was no good. He said that we I think we even have the sound bite. But? Nobody knew what to do. So. A bunch of people with the governor including the health director Dr Amy Acting. They were sitting down behind closed doors. and. They were worried about the hospitals being overrun which never happened anywhere. The hospitals weren't overrun Amac going. So. They were sitting down behind closed. Thank you. And they were discussing the coronavirus and what to do. Well here's how the meeting went. It was medical officials to help director the governor, the lieutenant governor a ton of people were probably meeting. and. The conclusion they came up with is was we have no idea what to do. So just shuttered out. That isn't a solution that isn't an idea. That's would you don't know what to do? So they said. We don't know how to handle this. My bad is going to get. let's not take any chances at just shut it all down. And that's what they did. Well after was shut down the economy. For. I don't know how many weeks was it six weeks it was shut down March fifteen to essentially may fifteenth. So a Tomas weeks to. Okay. They now that same group of people were sitting around going. We're no, out, of financial trouble. The state's going to go broke. What do we do? And they came up with the same answer. I've no idea. Is Open everything up again And that's what they did. I do have some faucher to hear him talking about the masks. They did put. Limitations on how many people could go to certain places that you gotta wear masks and stuff like that. Okay. But the masks. In you're going to see down the road that I'm right on this the mask preventing anything. In fact that the mask could be spreading the disease as much as it's preventing the disease. Because of the way, people wear them and the way people touch him. And the stupid policies knit you walk into a restaurant you have to have a mask gun you walk ten feet down, take the mask off now the corona virus went away. Yes. You're at home base you cannot hurt by the virus sitting at the table. I mean the whole thing makes no sense and then people touching the mask a ten thousand times. Laying it in their purse or pocket on the table, I've seen people put masks everywhere. They put them back on their face if God anyway. Here's Dr Foul Chee. At the beginning of the corona virus tailless down in the United States. People should not be walking around with masks. You're sure of it because people are listening really closely to them right now, people should not be what there's no reason to be walking around with a mask. When you're in the middle of an outbreak. Wearing a mask byte make people feel a little bit better and it might even block a droplet, but it's not providing the perfect protection that people think that it is an often there are unintended consequences people keep fiddling with the mask and they keep touching their face. Then can you get some sh- Matz sorta staying inside there of course. But when you think mask, you should think of healthcare providers needing them and people were ill. That was the march trip. That's exactly what I told you. Exactly. Now he's saying just the opposite. And you want to impeach the governor. nope. This is this is a doctor Dr Algae he didn't know what to do. He didn't know what he was talking about. I mean wearing a mask not wearing a mask. No one's ever going to know what that prevented and what it didn't prevent would it caused and what it didn't cost no one's ever going to know that. That's all going to be speculation. But my God. First of all, then wearing a mask. Your eyes are you can get the disease is just as easy as you can't through your nose. Why bought a ski home the other day. At Eagle is. Protecting your. So if the viruses there, you're going to get infected whether you have a mascot or not because your eyes are there. So my original point for confusing you and really confusing myself more than you. My original point was. Impeached the governor for the governor didn't know what to do. This is way above him. This is even a by medical experts hell our medical experts and they say it's the reason that we didn't have the supplies is because of the Obama Administration. didn't replenish him. Because of the budget cuts and this and that I don't know how true that is true that isn't but whatever you figured out for yourself and you read and believe what you WanNa believe. But our hospitals they they were like embarrassing to me the greatest country in the world and our hospitals are gone. Don't have enough gloves. We. Can't. Get, swabs. We don't have masks. We don't have enough personal protection for our nurses and our doctors. Why not? Why Not Well we're finding out why not because hospitals rotten light businesses. Basically. Then we didn't have ventilators. It seemed like a two weeks. We had the president of the United States got so many ventilators, et companies make ventilators and everything. We were given ventilators and other countries, and we never use the ventilators that we produced. We sent ships. To New York and California they never used them. As? Hospitals. We were doing nobody knew this is my point nobody knew and the blame people you have to be outside your mind. This is something new. When you experience something new, you learn as you go. I mean, yes I mean, yeah. I get mad at the governor, but it sounds like I'm sticking up for the governor the governor had no clue. This was my point months ago when I said I wish they would just say we don't know. Instead. Of lying to US and changing their mind every week, it would make us all feel much better. Hey, listen the governor could have said or any doctor file cheer anybody. Got No coup right now. We'll get this figured out. Trust us. We'll get this figured out. That's what they should have said. We'll continue his Julie with the news. Thank you. It is five. Oh, seven as mentioned there is an effort underway in Columbus to impeach Governor Mike Dewine because of frustration over the way, the governor has handled the coronavirus situation state representative John Becker of the Cincinnati area drafted the articles of impeachment and said on Cincinnati's WWL W people want him to do something airing from constituents of an era from people all over the state of Ohio they've been screaming do something do something well, I'm finally doing something Becker admits that so far he only has the support of two other lawmakers. It takes a majority of fifty votes in the House to impeach twenty two of the thirty three state senators. Would have to vote after a trial to remove the governor from office Ohio lawmaker's in the Senate say they are returning to the Capitol next month to debate overturning house bill six Senate President Larry Aw confirmed Sunday that the Senate would mean September to discuss the bill that bailed out two of Ohio's nuclear energy plants former Ohio speaker of the house Larry Householder, and several others were recently indicted for accepting sixty million dollars in bribes to help pass the legislation. The owners of the plan say if the bill is repealed and not replaced, they'll have to shut down which would affect hundreds of employees and take out nearly fifteen percent of the state's Energy Supply I'm Rob Bailey WTA news. A one time volunteer employees of a Catholic school is now facing federal charges for making threats against the school according to the FBI the US Attorney's Office and Gates Mills. Police. fifty-three-year-old Thomas Bears of Concord Township and Lake. County put a number of post on social media last week threatening Gilmour Academy in Gates Mills they say he said things like all hell will break loose it is finished and there was a video of bears with a handgun saying I ain't going to lay down and also saying. Gilmour Academy. Now y'all got a deal with some dangerous no indication of what led to the comments. I'm Tom More W. T. a. m. news giant eagle locations all across Ohio are looking to hire thirteen hundred positions. A company spokesperson said benefits include flexible scheduling, competitive wages pay training and paid time off check out the local news page on WGM DOT COM for the link to apply and ending out on Wall Street the Dow was up three hundred, seventy, eight points Nasdaq up sixty seven points and the SNP up thirty points. Now W. T. A. AM sports which ride welcomes the first place, Minnesota twins to progressive field for an important series. Tonight Erin Savelli takes the hill at seven ten right here. The game can also be heard on our free iheart radio APP also Acting Manager Sandy Alamar will continue in that role at through the twin series as skipper Terry Francona continues to deal with his gastro intestinal issues. I'm home of the Indians and Cavaliers Carmen Angelo newsradio. AM eleven hundred. You get traffic and weather together mornings and afternoons Dot Com. Obviously, it needs to take you seriously and do the kinds of things that the CDC and the Department of Homeland Security are doing but this is not a major threat for the people in the United. States and this is not something that citizens of the United States right now should be worried about. The might trigger Sano show on Newsradio W. T. am eleven hundred. Our full number. One six, five, seven, eight, hundred, seven, hundred, two, one, six, five, seven, eight, one, one, one, one. Turn it over to Dr. insider at six o'clock as the twins are in town. Does it really matter if they're in town or not? Because there's no fans. Dob Not. Really there's no field advantage of it loses. Loses everything to me. The weather is, is the thing that we've got to. Wonder. In town. Make sure the weather's good and there's a thunderstorm warning out there right now for not our. Last. But see trip we talked about this yesterday, we've got you talked about social distancing at browns games or tribe games with the size of the stadiums. The Belmont was run about a month and a half ago and the aerial shots that they showed as they were leading the horses to the gate and there wasn't one soul in the grandstand it truly was eerie. It was so bizarre. Now I've gotten used to listening to the tribe games because of the background music but still watching them with the cardboard cutouts it's just a strange as it was on the first on opening day. WHO's next Mike? Mike, you're in the Air Mike. Good timing out to hey. Mike derived Oh doesn't need to be impeached t needs to be arrested for murder. You can get all the excuses you want fame act and what it was his decision to have the Attorney General State of Ohio threat criminally threatened to investigate any doctor who wrote a prescription pride Jaksic Laura quit. That was at Mike varietals direction that he anti attorney general do that how many doctors now we license medical professionals. Giving them the power to write prescriptions for legal drugs for any purpose that they deem necessary. And he interfered with that professionalism that's licensed by the state away. If people already authorized to make these decisions by the state and he prevented them from prescribing drugs according, which we now know if given early will reduce the mortality rate by seventy percent I write my rhino every day and asked him to go asking me. What seventy percent of thirty one, hundred people so that he knows how many people come murdered. Actually it's It's it's four thousand people that have diagnose state of Ohio. So. He's up to three thousand people he's murdered. So. I mean. Again. With the hydroxy clerk when you'll find doctors that will disagree with what you just said new, you'll find doctors that will agree what what you just said. There are studies. That they studied are at the countries that allow Jackson chloroquine to be prescribed, their mortality rates are seventy percent lower than United States. Why do you think India filthy India with their people all over the place theft on top of each other has a better mortality rate, and then the United States it's because they regularly take drugs the cork when many of them because they have to to prevent. Kafer I mean Alaria. We had I'm not gonNA argue with you I'm just making other points and thank you for the phone call. We had Dr Sherri ten penny on and. She said it it I I'm I don't WanNA put words in your mouth. Correct sadness that she said, it could be used as a preventative right? Indeed. That's exactly what she said. I I've never seen anything like this I wish people would you know that see what happens we talked about this yesterday people have well. Yeah it was yesterday on the Sunday. Show people have their minds made up. You can't change people's minds anymore you can't even change somebody's mind would facts. There people will not I mean I could be the same way in certain areas you could be the same way. Everybody could be the same way. You can you can have your mind made up and then somebody could prevent you present you facts. That completely destroy. What you believe. Facts. and. You will not pay attention to them. You're not. I've never seen anything like this. Would People's the way people now have their minds made up and in a million different ways? Yeah. Good. I I just want. We had texture texting. Going to go for the Trifecta today and tell us how much you like Lebron. A whole that's not happening. He hit the exactly he's not hitting the TRIFECTA. You're. Somebody was. That wasn't a texter sus- was the texture. You, lie, there was a texture to his private phone tried factor I started seeing Great Lebron is You don't think I know one sets lying. Never smoker. Didn't That let me just take another phone call I'M NOT GONNA get stuck with you in. This is here. I mean listen Ray Davis had was not involved. The firing of Kyle Cornell at wasn't Ray Davis. That's all. Tell you. So quick texting me and calling me and asking me and this, and that wasn't Ray Davis that's all town you. So if I'm sticking up for Ray Davis I'm sticking up for Ray Davis. Case Man. And the governor they want to impeach him. He had no idea what was going on and he didn't have the power amy and had the power shut the state not him. So that's what you're mad about. That was doctor the out him. That's the way. The system works like Rob Wa- Gate said that law needs to be changed. Does that law need to be well, the legislation sitting in the Ohio House right now and they've yet to vote on it and rob couldn't explain why he said obviously. It was up to a doctor Dr which still have the whole state shutdown still, and what is today the twenty fourth of August yes. Because doctors no doubt. They don't know the economy they don't know everything. They know the medical industry except for the coronavirus they because you can have the coronavirus have not had the coronavirus. How about that one? Yeah. Look. At the time left Zik why? Why are you getting tested? Look at the timeline, he shut everything down Sunday march fifteenth. He took a lot of heat for about a month ironically, the middle of April he created that economic advisory board if you recall and then two weeks after that, he announced the gradual reopening of businesses including restaurants with outdoor dining service. So, we have Ray Davis. Mike. Dewine all you gotTa do is say at least he wants a championship. Who Lebron? Win a championship. Just I'm going for the TRIFECTA it's not happening brother to the Golden State injuries wants to championship. Here's Olivia with the news or traffic let six point nine F. as we head into the overnight low seventies and clear skies and for your Tuesday partly cloudy skies with isolated thunderstorms highs again in the eighties. People keep texting in saying dewine said, the buck stops with him. He could have said that, but it doesn't. Rab Wa- gate on the verify that the from the American Policy Roundtable the doctor Amy Act, and the health director is the one that shut the state down the governor couldn't stop her from doing. Solar Buck in that area does not stop with him the other all the other stuff does the other decisions but not that one and to me that was the key decision. was shut down way too long way too in. My Opinion Hey. I'm on your Asano for trips restaurant in my still allowed to give my opinion or absolutely you know there's a first amendment. Yes. You still can give your opinion right in America. Yes. You're positive of that. I am positive. What if your opinion offend somebody? Well, then you're in trouble that's on them. No. Then, you can't. So you're not allowed to give your detected by that document. Constitution. No, you are not. Know sadly net you're not. necessarily. What biggest lies Kyron Angelo's total is that's one of the biggest ones ever. It made protect you from going to jail but don't protect you from going broke. First. Amendment what does it protect you from? Explain it. You have night you don't you. You. Don't have a penny to pay your rent, your electric, your car nothing. Now, what do you WANNA do? Dumb hiring attorney yeah. I got a First Amendment, right so you soda self you do not. You do not have a First Amendment right, but your boss also has a first. Amendment right to fire your ass. So. What right do you have? What good would good is freedom of speech if you don't have freedom of speech Hey, I'm Mike. Jefferson for trips think about that for a while even Karma Angelo understand that if he thought about it for a while. You have freedom of speech. But you don't have the right to freedom of speech. You only have the right to freedom of speech. Is If you don't offend anybody. Because of you offend anybody, then you really don't have the right to freedom of speech. Because everything will be taken from you. If they don't like what you say. So, how do you have the right to say it? Maybe have the right to say it, but you also got the right to go broke. For saying. Think. About that. Put that in email. I. Don't even get it anymore. I really don't I really don't know. What I, think what radio should do and television whatever media outlets there seven words you can't say. Everybody knows the seven words I'm sure you can figure them out. Okay. Those. Documented in writing seven words, you cannot say. You lose your job if you say any one of the seven words. Really is only six because one is being set all the time now especially on FM. Now. They need to put phrases. Sentences. There's four, hundred, seventy, two sentences you can't say or phrases you can't say. Maybe. They should add those to the seven words. What do you think? Think. They should if it says money. Yes. So. then. Carmen could say you have the constitutional right to freedom of speech. Just. Hey, document has. cornyist things. and. I'm not blaming you because it's been said way before you you're just repeating it. Okay. because many people have said you you have there is no such thing in this country as freedom of speech anymore. Well, please if you don't understand that. then. You are not you. I'm talking to the listeners. You are the problem if you don't understand that there's no such thing as freedom speech anymore. Forget about it. There's no such thing. It's a fairy tale. Something they want you to believe. Yes. You have the right to say what the freedom of speech in the United States. I'm mad my statement. Okay. Technically, you have the right to say what you want the United States to the cats. Trips restaurant and strong Ville Open for lunch open for dinner ready across the Southpark Mall and route eighty two. great night's sit on the patio great food at trips restaurant great specials, great wine list. I don't care what type of food you want. You want a burger. You WanNa stay and lobster. You, want pasta you want Salads, you wind you want beer. Trips restaurant in strong still. Fantastic menu. Fantastic atmosphere. Column Four, four, zero, two, three, eight, eight, eight, three, oh, and make your reservations. Now, reservations are requested because of social distancing trips restaurant in strong so. I had our full numbers era to one six, five, seven hundred eleven hundred I. Think we're we're supposed to take a commercial break there weren't we? Yes. Yes. Yes. Dot Org. The Mike. TRIVISONNO show. On Am Eleven hundred A. Sex. To One, zero, nine, five record by absolute roofing you can text us to one, zero, nine, five. And a text in the the seven words and they said, how'd I do trip? Will you only text in six of the seven? You missed the most obvious one. One two three. Or? Six they take text in six of. You. Miss the most obvious one. But now that I think about it. There's way more than. Seven words. That should be on that list that you can't say on the radio. I don't know why those seven words got so much. Attention and to be honest some of those words, you should probably be able to take off the list by now. Yeah the because they're used fairly regularly in conversation. And Yeah Yeah, I mean. One to. Three of the seven should be able to take without a doubt. Yeah. There's there's four of the seven that. This stack. License on the wall shaking. You can't. Julie, have you ever seen the The seven word lists that the FCC is put out. You know about that right is that the Carlin list the George Carlin It's it's the well yes but it's the actual seven words. that you cannot say absolutely positively for no reason, can you say on the radio? I'm going to not look at that list just to be safe. We're. Are you informed? Maybe you should your spare time when no one's around take a peek at them just to know you know. I can do that. Yeah But Sat says there's a few that should come off the list I think so. Yes. But there's a few that never should come off the list. Never come. No? Know. That's what we should do one day. Without doing. Without doing it yes, we could do it without which. I. Agree. Though, let me finish what we should do without doing it. Is Make a new list. All right I'm Dan I don't I don't know how we would do that I. Don't know either but we gotta figure this related. To the audience, but there's way more than seven words. Yeah. I can think of offhand that are not on the list that definitely would be frowned upon go ahead by management. Them. Saying. It would be to how would you do it and do it and relate to the audience you couldn't so. Even. Though it you where we do it on a no, he can't even do it on a podcast forget about it. Here's. That's just strike that whole ideas. Yes. Julie with the news. Thank you trip. It is five, thirty, seven, the Republican National. Convention. Is underway this week in Charlotte and the president just toward a farmer's to family's food box bauxite in the battleground state of North Carolina RNC speakers for tonight include Senator Tim Scott Representative Steve scalise former ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley and Donald Trump Junior. For Cleveland, area bars have been cited for violating health orders Mickey's in the Valley Highland Tavern in Akron in Cleveland Blossom Lounge and the clubhouse in Mansfield, all cases will go before the. 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But you think they'll ever be a day. where? Words won't matter. Nas Somebody. Read. People be fed over just about anything I, mean that's never. Know The WE'LL COME BACK GETTING WORSE Case, you might add more awards that list. Yeah. That list will grow. Rather than be eliminated. I'm wondering why they never added more words to. The list of seven. Give it time. We'll see where we are two three years down the room are definitely some words that are not on that list that would definitely get you hear. Somebody. A text in to one zero, nine, five by absolute roofing Trivia were not kidding that. Yeah. Yeah. Salad dressing is amazing. I told you. And the white French. Salle dressing the white French abby I'm. Unbelievable I got something I put on a chicken sub that I had and it was absolutely amazing. Dip Black Olives in all my goodness. Oh, give even a better one but set one like it. Had A big lettuce and tomato sandwich the other day. Of course I don't use lettuce anymore. 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Daniels blog her responses says there's When I struggled depends how strong your to resist the candy was eating was toxic children shouldn't be singing about these things. Trump response well, there doesn't seem to be any domestic violence there, but he's going to decide who lizard is this week I've got up and Davis from a Rob Collins here where Trenton Trenton Hospital says, every time Doug tries to clear Hillary reporting how trump rigged the election he could prove it. They took his affidavit out of the mailbox. The next day rob was dead. Trump is bragging that he won't be indicted for all this stuff. You know what it sounds like to me. Yeah. It sounds like the Clintons. Hillary. Can. Incur chair she's President I. Approve that trump no way. Hillary shouldn't be jail, right? She's sitting in the seat of Donald Trump. He never made it to be president. He had been covering this up for these guys. Right exactly Can you tell me how trump bribed Russia? Could you explain that to be very quickly? Yeah sure I have. A meeting out Dunkin donuts West for New Jersey two, thousand sixteen. He says that every six months, he's GonNa keep me in jail. So nobody can hear these tapes. He says everything on the air in his own words. Russia wanted trump to be president. You've got these guys are Human Trafficking Ring Daniels Wok, Daniels Patel Sa L. Google read every word. The method. Since secondary schools, he's being held in a trafficking ring he's physically talking. This conversation you got sat outside of Dunkin donuts in new, Jersey No. Inside I have trump man site and he says I was sent out by. Pile of Cu Hugh we're GonNa, put you in jail cover everything up in trump's going to be president trump and missing his own words but homeland land. So I know you've got the tape and Dunkin donuts. That's right I. I have the tape and they threw me in jail. So nobody can hear that tape and trump admits that he's holding me in jail so nobody can hear. How did you get near a president zero candidate at the time? was He president or was he running? Ten I have his buddy satele has looked. Trump's going to be president. We're GONNA put you in jail when you go to New Jersey. How did you get near him? How did security let you approached me? He approached me approach his copter pilot. Says do you know a guy named rob see says, yeah. I ride bills in his backyard and says trump sent me out to him helicopter. And we're talking about. First. Name. The. Doug. You busting my balls you're not. In the chair for the last one, hundred days approve they here has never president and he's trying to cover the whole thing up. Do you have a driver's license. That's spooky. Could we get your address so we could have somebody in white coats. visit you a little bit absolutely. Well, you can hear the caption corruption to your drive that two. Minutes timeline. Judge that says every six months he's GonNa make a new excuse to keep me in jail. He can only hold me six months but he has to hold me three hundred years. So trump was in Dunkin donuts. Trump's out his helicopter pilot and the guy from Ball Lane in West Milford New Jersey. He says I was out to see you by trump to sue his helicopter pilots was friends with another pilot named. I have those. was. Trump in Dunkin, donuts you. Know I already told you sent out helicopter pilot you have to listen to the tape recording I'm how they're gonNA arrest me so nobody can hear those tips. So his helicopter pilot is the one. That's the freemen guy. It's not the Marine One guy trump's gonna try and trip you up well marine. One. Doesn't know this guy who was before he was present it was July sixteen and then trump in Chris. Christie get on the TV says, Hey, how you doin' Evans senior while and he's GonNa put me away whether I like it or not you see on the news Saying that and then you. Put you away where. You you away. Where do you live in Northeast Ohio? You're not say where new Jersey Trenton new to you're. You're you're calling from New Jersey. Yeah. Absolutely. Okay and then you'll slog blog. You read every every word she's writing says I'M GONNA human trafficking reinforce marriage, my captors, pumps, children, one of them healthy. There's no escaping it on advertising. Forced into marriage is predetermined life. So desperately wants to escape in the blog responses says, there's instances when I struggled that's an eighth grade. If you Google Prosecutor val-d'isere New Jersey within park officer Steven Figueredo Two? Thousand Twelve. I it. It's great. I prepare show 'cause I presented that to a judge I recorded him in chambers. And, he says every six months he's GonNa make a new excuse to keep me in jail through trump. They hired trump's cover the whole thing. Okay. That's that's amazing. You have this type of information you. You're the only one that has this right. Here, trump in his own words saying every six months he's GonNa make new excuse 'cause forty three, he's looking for those files. Doug. I'm a little confused. You said, it was the helicopter pilot. Right he sent out a guy from hawksbill lane and West for new. Jersey says I'm friends with trump's helicopter pilot. Who knows you through a pilot name he gate you know rob I said yes. Says you know bills. So tell us that yes, he says he's a tall guy that lives down here pinecone flake. So trump wants to know where those files are you come and see me we take one hour ride trump can be indicted in two seconds. Bragging that he won't be indicted because nobody will ever hear those tapes. But if it was the hello, I'm confused I. Admit It was the helicopter. Pilot his personal. At the time. Voice. How did you get trump's voice? Sent the guy out to see me? At Dunkin donuts. How did you get trump's voice? I had his buddy bill satele telling me we're GONNA arrest you. So nobody can hear the tapes when you get to New Jersey. Wait a minute. So I had a digital. Pocket all day. Or seven yeah. But you said you didn't talk to trump. No, he came out to see me at Dunkin donuts. He's denying that he said he knows the sky bills tell them those types, but he does. Trump, a helicopter pilot came Dunkin donuts come on I gotta go. Trump sent his helicopter pilot out to a friend of his on spell in the helicopter pilot talk like trump. How did you get trump's voice? If you talk to the Helo pilot, it wasn't trump himself I. don't go what you're say I I I gotta go. Baseball coming up next, Sega Night Doug. Loy them off. Oh, my God.

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