35 Burst results for "MOE"

"moe" Discussed on Talking Sopranos

Talking Sopranos

07:05 min | 6 d ago

"moe" Discussed on Talking Sopranos

"Years ninety percent of his assets and he's asking for twelve years but he gets to keep the house the yukon the daughters condos stuff. That doesn't have anything to do with him. They settlement fifteen. It seems ninety percent of his assets. What the falkoner renate moskowitz. That was my grandmother's lessening. sally moscow. Sally moscow yet. Bobby's house thirty. Bobby watching football Bobby's got the patch on and tony chirico. When i was doing this episode. He said to me the they like to dress. You up like a fucking bora. That was this episode. Yeah i'd like to dress you up. Like diana costs and you had the elmer fudd album for chain close leader. Hose it later. The true true hat now. The patch should they like at shoot so the bobby ghetto kyushu. Tony tony cheech. Righty you want to throw kim. So it's like he's funny. You know that would. Is that what that refers to. He doesn't have the satellite package. Son refers to that like they're living a little bit on the on the cheap here. They live okay. But he's not tony soprano. He's not jonny sack he doesn't have that money and janice resented and he's raising three kids. Chad believes he deserves more. He's got a decent house older house in the neighbor and his wife was. And you also notice. How janice carmelo's coming bob and tom again. I told me on. How long is that gonna take. She's oh it's always like it's going to be a problem. How long is that gonna take always negative she has. You're having a beer. did you take the vicadin. She grabs a beer out of your. That's tony looks at a lot. Oh yeah that's just wrong and then Bobby junior wants to go out and get to go to eric's to watch the charges. Bobby says this is giants house. Sit out so people too. Cheap to buy the satellite pack. He gives his father zinger on. Tony i hate the fucking giants. Aj didn't have to come sunday dinner and she says a j. has job. You wanna get a job. Go ahead i go get your last report card. Read it a lot. I think tony's a little press with her parenting I don't know about that. i show. I saw that. He's comparing. it's extortion again. Like when she extorted him with the tape of the argument with him and assist assistant. Now she's extorting a bobby. Junior are learning to read your report card out loud to maybe a ride. She also a early member when she threatened to show. Everyone is on the way she's done that before in the past. But but i think janice listen. She's taken care of bobby yes. She's got a very harsh way. You took the vicodin. You can't have the so. She's watching out for bobby. Id genesis doing okay. He's taking care of the kids. I use a little impressed. That's my opinion know. She sees she's got things in order. That's what i'm thinking. I don't know. I think he's seeing the whole the toxicity and the manipulation by fear ruling by fear and humiliation extortion. Rather than just you know communication and honesty. And just you know being of you know. There's there's an edge to it. That's not healthy. Well she's crazy but that she is watching out for a husband and the kid is rude to her husband. Bobby is a mashad. He's not gonna say anything. This kid has been rude. she needs to step up. Somebody gotta take control bobby to do it bob. He's not doing it now but the kid is really that bad. He's going to watch a football game as house to cheat. That's disrespectful you fucking. Satellite eyepatches is sane in front of your uncle. Bobby not saying anything. My kid would never say that to me. And if she did or he drove out again. Get the vote yet. The fuck back upstairs now absolutely. I'm with you totally my brother. Law almost got his. I take it out some crackhead animals twenty with a family. You beat the bad luck. Did you feel somehow. They deserve interesting. I don't know like a janice. Attracts draw. See creams over misery mike livia. She had something when we He says will you sexually threatened by you. know you. And he's like oh my god now you're gonna say i wanted to i. It was my mother. Now i wanna sleep with my sister. She said it's normal was probably mutual playing house. She said i admired her. She took off. I what. I was told and earned. I inherited livia janice left. That's why i got the scarves. I deserve success in the money on my father son. She gets nothing so he starts out with kind of feeling a little bit sympathy. And by the end of the scene with melfi fucker. And i also love when he yells at melfi you sick in mind and she nothing bounces. Right off your therapy. You've been at therapy for years on and off. Yeah that's totally not true. What you just said you type in therapy about four times in my life. Maybe five did you yell at you. I went once when i was like twenty seven. I went once a and a handful of times. Therapy for years therapy. No okay you make assumptions. Okay i'm wrong. I mean i in maybe six times in my life. Did you yell at your therapists. No i never needed to like tony yells at her and she doesn't say anything is this. Is this common. Do we know people yell at the therapist. I don't know. I mean it's sometimes i guess you're you know you're setting up where you can let out feelings you know. Some people have trouble letting out their anger dealing with. And maybe that's a place you're allowed to or they feel comfortable you know. Maybe the therapist allows that or encourages. I don't know i've never done. I know therapy like years. And you've never been. I've been you better help. I told you..

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"moe" Discussed on Talking Sopranos

Talking Sopranos

02:14 min | 6 d ago

"moe" Discussed on Talking Sopranos

"Humanely raised hands spend their days doing things that hens love to do with one hundred eight square feet of Sunny space per head. That is ninety times more space. A cage okay. Hens are raised on pastures. That are free ver- besides free of pesticides and they're rotated in order to do right by the land. The result of all this means you get a great tasting egg that you can feel good about helping. The land helps to hans live. Happy lives which helps vital farms bring you quality as now. Vital farms is be cope certify which means they hold themselves to the highest standards from ethical treatment of the environment at animals to be transparent about their practices right. My wife has been bringing these home for quite a while. You know she's a marathon runner. She eats organic jerry. Health goes very health conscious these eggs. You could actually taste the difference. Do you eat aches. I do and i like as exits fantastic visit. Different tastes there without a doubt. You see way avital farms eggs come from if you want using traceability. Enter the farm name on your econ for peak at the pasture. Who else does that. Nobody doesn't know they they don't you know most of these companies don't want you to see another it want you to see with sausage sausages. Made you know that expression vital farms has no problem with you. Seeing how their hands are raised in how these eggs are formed final is committed to the ethical treatment of the animals in the land. They raised them on. So if you support companies that believe in doing good from top to bottom try vital femmes eggs look for vital firms in the grocery store and visit fido farms dot com to learn more. That's vital farms dot com vital. Foams where honest food is race. Good stuff really really good stuff. Well some new glasses specifically for you. Because i knew you'd comment on them. You.

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Canadian Indigenous Group Takes Charge of Child Welfare Services

BBC Newsday

01:30 min | 2 months ago

Canadian Indigenous Group Takes Charge of Child Welfare Services

"Nation in Saskatchewan, where a groundbreaking agreement has empowered the first nation to take control of its child welfare services. And the end goal is one day there will be no Children in care. And every day we will roll up our sleeves to make sure that every child When we call them home that they know where home is. On Tuesday, chief CAD Mr Lorne was joined by Prime Minister Trudeau and Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe in Cowes is for the ceremonial signing of the agreement. It's being celebrated as historic and long overdue. And it almost certainly won't be the last making a formal changes that suit our nation that through our people, and I would highly is strongly recommended First. They should take this on and let's look after your own Children. That's chief Matthew T. Pagan of the Pascua First nation. Near Fort Capelle in Saskatchewan. The prime minister's office says that dozens of indigenous governments are already seeking jurisdiction over child and family services, and that 18 agreement discussions are currently underway. But even as they celebrate this week's historic agreement, chief CAD missed alarm and his community continue to mourn after the discovery of 751 unmarked graves on their first nation just two weeks ago on the grounds of a former residential school. Near buckles is the chair of the Cow Assist Youth

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A highlight from Standup Comedy "Mo Better Interview" with Comic Moe Betterman Show #70

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:31 min | 3 months ago

A highlight from Standup Comedy "Mo Better Interview" with Comic Moe Betterman Show #70

"John boyle was the the mc and hose. And the first one to you know. Give me a shot during stand up. You know the first five minutes of your stand up commuter and you'd think you're on fire you want to go on to carson after that He was the one was my comedy mentor in the beginning. It very beginning. Oh that's really cool. I know that when you came and started hanging out at my clubs. I immediately latched onto your talent. Not only are you a funny comic but just a you have a humorous personality. You find comedy and in almost any conversation in. I know that. I totally took advantage of her talents. I had u m c. Some of my shows you were An open mic or. You did some of my concerts some of the laps in the park. You were a big part of those early days allows unlimited hopefully like me. You have good memories of those times. You know what i don something. Everything's a new and fresh and in real before you get an all jaded and those were good times. Those were good times. You know Now when i go on stage you know. It's like a coal professional. Don't get nervous as back then as a kid. You're going to stay your nervous. All these jokes going through your head. Am i going to be funny today now. And i go and said i don't care i'm getting funny the a check long as the check times. Good you know sometimes comedies magic. Sometimes it's just a

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Rivals.com Moe Wagner Emerging For The Wizards

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 8 months ago

Rivals.com Moe Wagner Emerging For The Wizards

"And here's Dave Preston. The Wizard's maybe in the Atlantic Division cellar. And while no one is saying the team isn't playing hard, Mo Wagner knows they can definitely play a little smarter. That's for me to find the right balance because playing hardest good, but you also same time Gotta play smart. That's something I've been trying to monitor monitor my entire career. So that still work in progress and, yeah, it's a learning experience. Every game was ranked 25th in the league and turnover margin. They host Portland this evening at

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COVID's Impact On Chinese Fine Wine Consumers

Italian Wine Podcast

08:26 min | 8 months ago

COVID's Impact On Chinese Fine Wine Consumers

"I'm going to be talking about the impacts on china's why market on how those impacts affected consumers buying behaviors. First of all this year. The buzzword hearing is locked down on but in china and we talk about lockdown. It's in the strictest sense one household household can only allow one person to go out once a day to purchase all the necessities unlike in europe. Or in the us where you have the luxury to go out and to do a lot of chores. In china it's really strict on areas. That are most affected by the pandemic. You're not even allowed to go all. There's a community officer who is on standby just to send all the necessities to you to your door. So this is the contact where talking about when we want to understand kovic impact on china this is also the circumstance under which a lot of the business have to operate for three months from late january to april. So this is something i want to want. Everyone who's listening in to bear in mind to keep it in the back of head on back of a mind to understand the corvettes impact. So i upon. I'm going to talk about cova impact on china's wine imports. So what happened to win. By the end of january china had locked down the whole country as a result restaurants hotels essentially closed and miss the most important chinese new year sales for anyone wondering how big and how important is chinese new year for a lot of wind merge and a lot of the a lot of them who i talked to told me chinese new year wine sales account for roughly twenty percent or even up to thirty percents of their i knew sales so imagine seven day period was lots okay and then imagine. That period was attended for three months. That's the challenge facing a lot of the importers in china and of course logistics were delayed because quickly the pandemic spread from china to the rest of the world Even when china in may and june recovered from the pandemic countries are like ryan's italy and you were in the depth of the pandemic dot affected global logistics while because we have the latest figures from china customs at a showed import volume declined by thirty percent. Thirty point eight percent to three hundred forty seven million leaders in poor value declined roughly thirty percent as well to u. s. one point eight four billion. This is quite significant. Because i want to joe attention to the fact that last year china's one import value already declined. We saw roughly ten percent job in volume terms and one percent in value terms because of the economic slowdown and trade war between china and was so the downturn. We are saying this year is a continuation of what happened last year as well. So that's you know might have a projection for what is to expect on what's to calm right okay. So next one. I am going to talk about because of the job in wine. Imports and how it affected merchants consumers and the price points are was sane on the shelves merchants of course when you have stalks that are meant to be depleted for chinese new year. That a stew setting in the warehouse. What you do when you have uncertainties facing forward you'll become a more cautious your becoming more cautious with your spending what to buy how to budget. That's natural response. A market exit suddenly. We're seeing a lot of merchants exiting the market. Unfortunately one of the examples with sane is from jovial. Many of you guys familiar with jovial so basically joe view is a wine and agricultural importing company backed by the tech giant nenova. Five years ago when it entered the market to stop two important should be winds. It costs a lot of fanfare and naturally they had the peak around twenty key bruns. Included a the biggest Organic winery madonna in in chile. And also jong here moe's fabulous wines earlier this year due to the pandemic it's general manager said they're suspending the wine business. This is not a small one time importer. we're looking at a company. Dots actually has the scale. That's the direct impact of the pandemic. I'm coffee cards. Of course a lot of wineries and importers were having zero sales in february in particular consumers when you have job uncertainty because of the pandemic what are you gonna do. You're becoming more cautious with. You're spending your accounting or the non essential standings unfortunate wine is counted as numb- essential on like you know maybe in france or italy or in the us consumers of course they're trading down if they are buying winds at all. They are really budgeting what to buy. You know what is the best value. What is the most affordable wine outing the market this can be reaffirmed by the expert on expert data we just from burgundy from january to september export volume to china shop to by roughly thirty percent and in value terms jumped by roughly around twenty percent and we see some increases in areas where Or shop elise. Those kind of increases assertion guan crew premier cru in terms of red and whites that Racing price-wise wines priced under one. Hundred orrin be is the most popular category one hundred. That's about fifteen dollars. So what happened to on trade and why on trade matters like any other. Why importers in in the war in europe or in the us traditional ones heavily dependent on trade on restaurants and bars and hotels to win. The pandemic happened especially in china. Were the strictness of the lockdown is so severe on so carefully scrutinized at enforced restaurants bars were treated during the pandemic on china. We're talking about country that has ten million restaurants chinese new year. Like i said completely shot during the seven day. National holiday dining sector alone lost five hundred billion. That's seventy six billion. Us dollars lockdown. Measure of various strictness were enforced from end of january to april lasting three months. Even in some cases restaurants were allowed to open. Are you can only do delivery service delivery service it go to. It's a growth factor at a hall make makeup for what's lost from in dining services and heidi loud. That's another biggest restaurant chain. China lost to five billion to stirring saint periods just to give you an idea of the severity of on-trade unfortunately among all the alcoholic beverage categories. Wine was hit the hottest. This is not said by me. This is actually coming from one zooming secretary general of china alcoholic drinks association which is the official drinks association in china. That's regulate Anything related to alcohol in china. It's very powerful organ and he basically said homecoming function for wine was essentially non existent as heavily relies on social consumptions such as restaurants to the decline with shoppers. A wong stall too short before giving any thinkers on the decline. But we can guess it's melted doubled. It's not a single digit

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The Power of La La Anthony

The Nod

05:35 min | 1 year ago

The Power of La La Anthony

"PLA Anthony Welcome to the show so. How are you guys doing? Don't? Talk to you. So, people. Know, you got your start in radio at the age of just sixteen t talked to us about your journey I like to go to eleventh grade and I was just so until with this radio station and then went to an event they were having enormous like saw some interns like hanging posters with something that the Wu Tang clan was doing and I was like this could be really cool. So I applied for the program NASA I got him but I didn't really have a plan I just knew I. Love Music and my love for music has taken me where to where I'm at now I got somebody who has dj big. Fan You want not held it down. But it's been incredible to see your acting career just flourish and you play the character of dom on most recent season of the shy conduit for the money I, do it for the culture talk to us about what it was like to play. And get into that character shirish doubt I love lean away. She's amazing for our culture and she was like I might have something for you on which to come in addition and I was like I can't mess this up like I wanna be on the shy and I got the role of dom which I love because she's so different from leaky show empowered dom as a chef that's an entrepreneur and trying to get their business off of. The ground and really focused into keeping 'em it on point so they can build this amazing business together. So I think it was a great transition into go from working with great creators like Courtney Kemp and fifty to now be on the Lena and her crew has been just an incredible transition and so there and you've been acting in so many different types of roles for over ten years I'm curious like what type of role do you hope comes next I'm always looking for relieve rooted and grounded stories just stories that matter to us. Our culture stories that we can relate to stories that people aren't telling I'm attracted to that kind of material, which is why I'm also producing house well, because the great thing about producing, find your own material and bring it to life you're working on a new project that gives a behind the scenes. Look at the NFL. Tell us a bit about this new series and why you wanted to be involved. So fifty were executive producing together the book that we read that we love and it's more about like what goes on behind The scenes with sports, but it's mostly about the women. So many women just give up their own lives just to be there for their partner, who's an athlete losing sports, and what happens when you like I have my own life and I want to do my own thing and what effect does that have, but it gets really grimy and gritty in real and obviously you know sports and athletics or something you know I know a lot about so I was able to really give some of my stories and really gives some real. Really exciting content to the show. So we're excited we're excited to hopefully be in production really soon and get that oven going you're also working on. Producing Story About Sin Toya Brown long you know young woman who killed a man in self defense sixteen was tried as an adult given a life sentence was then finally offered clemency last year. Why was it so important to you to make sure that this story was told that just such a powerful story and I had been tracking it for a while and watching toys interviews and just what happened to her from young growth? Donau. Moe's fascinated at like what? Was Your Life like that. took you down these paths and then her completely changing her life and finding God and becoming the spokesperson for young girls and sex trafficking. I thought it was amazing. So that's something we're so excited about and wanted to be so careful with because now we're telling someone's life story. You don't WanNa, take it lightly or take that for granted art. So power was truly one of my favorite shows I've talked to breathe way too much. I still found myself wondering what carers from the show would do if they existed in the real world. So We'd love it if you could just indulge us in a little bit of a game. Okay. We're GONNA throw out a scenario and you tell us which character from power best fits the situation. All right. Okay. So we all know that Joe Biden made good on his promise to choose a woman to be his running mate. On the democratic. Ticket but we want to know which female character on power would have made a better choice as a running mate. Okay. So You already know off the top of the dump quick witted she's smart. She knows the system how to get through the system I. think he'd be a great running Angelo for sure I mean she kinda got caught up by the system that numerous through it and she knows the law whether she was part of breaking the law or not. She knows the law. So I think she would have been great. All, right. Second Question. So none of the men on power were necessarily winning awards in the a good boyfriend healthy relationships department lynch two men from power. Do you think could go head to head in a horrible boyfriends verses? Who would you like to see? I think draze caring. There was a horrible boyfriend who said the daughter the always mentioned that he didn't care what happened. Durham mom probably ghost I don't love how he handled the situation between you know Tasha Angela and how he did that I wouldn't say Tommy 'cause. You did kill Holly. You're right. Maybe that's what I was gonNA. Relationship you've really love Kisha and things that he would have never heard. Anything to protector. So he might not have been the ideal boyfriend, but I think he was getting to a place where he was really trying to eat. Better. But he did last gopher. No

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The Power of La La Anthony

The Nod

03:37 min | 1 year ago

The Power of La La Anthony

"PLA Anthony Welcome to the show so. How are you guys doing? Don't? Talk to you. So, people. Know, you got your start in radio at the age of just sixteen t talked to us about your journey I like to go to eleventh grade and I was just so until with this radio station and then went to an event they were having enormous like saw some interns like hanging posters with something that the Wu Tang clan was doing and I was like this could be really cool. So I applied for the program NASA I got him but I didn't really have a plan I just knew I. Love Music and my love for music has taken me where to where I'm at now I got somebody who has dj big. Fan You want not held it down. But it's been incredible to see your acting career just flourish and you play the character of dom on most recent season of the shy conduit for the money I, do it for the culture talk to us about what it was like to play. And get into that character shirish doubt I love lean away. She's amazing for our culture and she was like I might have something for you on which to come in addition and I was like I can't mess this up like I wanna be on the shy and I got the role of dom which I love because she's so different from leaky show empowered dom as a chef that's an entrepreneur and trying to get their business off of. The ground and really focused into keeping 'em it on point so they can build this amazing business together. So I think it was a great transition into go from working with great creators like Courtney Kemp and fifty to now be on the Lena and her crew has been just an incredible transition and so there and you've been acting in so many different types of roles for over ten years I'm curious like what type of role do you hope comes next I'm always looking for relieve rooted and grounded stories just stories that matter to us. Our culture stories that we can relate to stories that people aren't telling I'm attracted to that kind of material, which is why I'm also producing house well, because the great thing about producing, find your own material and bring it to life you're working on a new project that gives a behind the scenes. Look at the NFL. Tell us a bit about this new series and why you wanted to be involved. So fifty were executive producing together the book that we read that we love and it's more about like what goes on behind The scenes with sports, but it's mostly about the women. So many women just give up their own lives just to be there for their partner, who's an athlete losing sports, and what happens when you like I have my own life and I want to do my own thing and what effect does that have, but it gets really grimy and gritty in real and obviously you know sports and athletics or something you know I know a lot about so I was able to really give some of my stories and really gives some real. Really exciting content to the show. So we're excited we're excited to hopefully be in production really soon and get that oven going you're also working on. Producing Story About Sin Toya Brown long you know young woman who killed a man in self defense sixteen was tried as an adult given a life sentence was then finally offered clemency last year. Why was it so important to you to make sure that this story was told that just such a powerful story and I had been tracking it for a while and watching toys interviews and just what happened to her from young growth? Donau. Moe's fascinated at like what? Was Your Life like that. took you down these paths and then her completely changing her life and finding God and becoming the spokesperson for young girls and sex trafficking. I thought it was amazing. So that's something we're so excited about and wanted to be so careful with because now we're telling someone's life story. You don't WanNa, take it lightly or take that for granted art.

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Woman dies in four-car crash in Seattle, King County deputy injured

News, Traffic and Weather

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Woman dies in four-car crash in Seattle, King County deputy injured

"Investigating a deadly crash in Seattle's Georgetown neighborhood that involved a sheriff's deputy and three part cars come Oh Suzanne, following following reports reports of of passenger passenger and and one one of of the the parked parked cars cars was was killed, killed, so so the the deputy deputy that that was was involved involved in in the the crash. crash. She She was was taken taken to to the the hospital hospital with with serious serious injuries. injuries. He's He's expected expected to to survive. survive. A A passenger in the silver Subaru station wagon was killed. The crash happened on airport way South and South Door Street. Seattle Fire said four cars were involved. What we're learning is that the sheriff's deputy may have struck a total three parts cars. One person, a female passenger in one car who was trapped had to be extricated. Now. That person later died from her injuries. Investigators are trying to piece together exactly what happened. And why. That's Kool. Moe Suzanne phone reporting an MBA

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Moderna COVID-19 vaccine appears to work as well in older adults in early study - Reuters

WBZ Midday News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Moderna COVID-19 vaccine appears to work as well in older adults in early study - Reuters

"Cambridge based MOE Derna says a small group of older adults given their experimental Copan 19 vaccine are showing encouraging early result. Company says the vaccine, which of course was created in conjunction with the National Institutes of Health, revved up the older adults immune systems. They're very encouraged by this, of course Mode Arena is in the final testing stage of that study that's been seeking 30,000 volunteers. To try their

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Direct Connections - Jonny Mopar

Talking Mopars

05:52 min | 1 year ago

Direct Connections - Jonny Mopar

"Johnny. How's IT GOING BUDDY? Good man how're you doing Chris? Good Buddy thanks for joining me on talking Mo- pars. You are a frequent story contributor and I appreciate that a lot and I kind of wanted to get a little bit deeper into your history with moe par. You know I'm always curious to hear people's stories but one aspect of the stories that I really enjoy hearing is how people got started with Moat Parts. So why don't you take us back to the beginning and tell us how you're Mo- par journey started? Well Man I would have to say it was just sort of around me. You know. I didn't really seek it out. It was sort of their my mom's cars her that I grew up in a seventy two charger which I still have to this day. I'm working on trying to get back together for her Back in eighty two my dad well back way up My Dad had a sixty nine or sixty eight dodge charger. Forty four spe- Dana bitching car back. When I was a kid He blew up the motor. It sat when we moved to southern California from northern California. He sold the car off and then we lived with my grandfather for about a year while they saved money to buy their own house and then he went out searching for another charger so he found a sixty eight dodge charger. Which is the Blue Half Today? So in eighty two so as a kid. I grew up on the dukes of Hazzard so That was a huge contributor to. I would say chargers. At least you know Back then it wasn't really like Mo par just I love chargers chargers were my thing and I I got bit by that bug and then I'd say in high school I just happen to have a really close buddy. I mean a friend that I made that was also into Mo- PARSE. His Dad had runners and so he kinda grew up as a plymouth guy and I kind of grew up as a dodge guy. And then that kind of just solidified. The whole Mo- part thing I think from that point on it Kinda spread into other Mo- party now where it was just a Mo part thing but very so your fam- your family were more people or is that just kind of happenstance. I think it was happenstance. I think you know my grandfather had an old dodge pickup Swept LINE LIKE A. I think it was a sixty two three or four something like that. He had a seventy two dodge and it was just. He wasn't necessarily like a hardcore dodge guy or anything just had it. You know My Dad was kind in everything. And even today. He's kind of an everything guy. He's he's more of The old school hot water like loves old Ford Body styles with you know Chevy. V8's 'em but when he got that charger the first one it was He was working at a mechanic shop. He's he was a mechanic by trade and a customer came out from Texas and I guess he blew He. He blew the transmission or blue. The motor or something. Something went wrong with the car. Car was a couple years old or so is financed and the guy just abandoned. The car and my dad worked on fixing it at this shop and the bank. He talked to the bank about buying the car so he ended up buying the car From the bank while this other guy just like abandoned it basically so and I think that sort of solidified for him as far as that's a bad ass car and then why he went out to go buy another one to replace it years later Mary cool so it sounds to me like you've actually kept some of these heirloom cars in the family. Was that like. I'm never getting rid of these cars. These cars are staying around or is it just that it you know. Maybe they're in the project or what Well like my dad's car is definitely needing some love I'm probably not gonNA restored anytime soon. It's not bad enough to restore it. It's definitely rough but I kinda WANNA leave at a ratty muscle car and get it together. My Mom's car had painted and you know putting it together Nice. It's not going to be like some. You know show cards just going to be a nice driver basically But Yeah I'll never sell those. You know a lot of my friends my close friends know I have this I call it the the ring system so I might go through this eventually. Or there's probably guys that have gone through this. You go through these stages where you have so much stuff and you start to think to yourself I need. I have too much. I gotta let go. I'll never finish these. I don't have time for him. Or whatever right and if you're like me and you know you got a lot of cars I know there's a lot of Mo- par guys that have tons of them maybe ten or maybe it's a hundred right so you decide. I gotta get rid of some. What do you do? It's kind of overwhelming. So my ring system. Is You have the cars at the core in the that. You will never get rid of like you. Just put those cars into that area and you don't wrap your head around those because it'll just never happen you know and then you start plotting the cars out to the outer rings till you get to the point where your least loved cars on the most outer ring and you just wrap your head around that one car. Can I get this cargo? Do I WANNA get rid of? It doesn't make sense and then you know. Let the cargo or you decide you. Don't WanNa let it go in he. If you can't let that cargo you know every other car on the inside of that ring is not going to get gone either. You know so. Yeah those cars are at my core. Have my high school car. My Dad's charger. My Mom's charger at sixty coronet. Just been around too long to you. Know it's been through too much with me that I'll probably never get rid of that. One either

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Introducing Deep Dive  After Hours with the Pro Group

The Futur

08:47 min | 1 year ago

Introducing Deep Dive After Hours with the Pro Group

"This is after hours and I'm joined by some incredible human beings and in case you're wondering what happens everybody. Like how do we get so big and diverse? Well this is a very unique group human beings we call them the pro members. And they're all here we. We just got back from Adobe Max and we're just continuing the content loved the livestream and we've just been producing so many things. I'm not going to introduce everybody. There's so many of you guys and is so great to see you. My only regret is that people who were who were here yesterday. No longer here. I mean they're still alive but there's just survive. This is after hours with the programmers and the pro members are basically people that are part part of our exclusive coaching community. There's two hundred eighty of US. And we run from all different. Sizes shapes. Want Solar Printer freelancer student. People have really multimillion dollar agencies part of it and it's just this community that makes what I think what we have so unique and precious so there's no agenda. We're just going to have a conversation we're GONNA go and there was like a robot voice thing that's okay so I think we're just kind of at the end of one conversation so this'll be the beginning of the next conversation. So what's hot? What's on your mind? Let's get. Let's get real conversation. Who WANTS TO START? I feel like there's been a lot of discussion people. That are already in a really good place with their business. But they can't see that they're in a good place and they're concerned about what's the next thing that have to do to make my business better versus just doing what's necessary to get more clients and I think I'd like for us to talk about that. Because this past week I've been learning so much from other people And seeing other people's work but hearing them say that I need to do this before I can get clients. I need to do this before I get climate. It's like do you not see how amazing what you're doing is already like. You're you're in a perfect position to already get clients. And maybe that's because I'm not inside the bottle as they say and I'm able to see their work for how great it is. So can we talk about that? We can there's this phenomenon that happens and on our walk back from tacos powerful voyeurs today. I should just turned to how do you? How do you do that so fast? Like how do you take me from here and bring me down here and she asked me this question and I had to think because you know still short walk? I was thinking because think most of us look at problems with a magnifying glass. We're up so close to or studying every single detail. We're studying everything that we can do. All the things that make us annoyed things that make us scared. And this is all we have to do is to gain some perspective. You've heard that expression before and I mean literally gains in perspective by stepping six eight ten twelve hundred feet back and looking at the problem from afar and I think that gives us context an example. I gave to her. Was If you're sitting there and you're waiting for a parking spot and you've been patiently waiting and somebody pulls out of that parking spot and you're about to go in and some a-hole some D. bag scoots in that gets it. You've got steam ears finding you lowlife key the car all these dark thoughts are going through my like. Why why are humans like? Why can't we treat each other with kindness and be generous? Why can't we do that? Some courtesy goes a long way. But that's you looking through the world through your eyes through that magnifying glass. But if you were just pop back a little bit maybe even just into the back seat and look at yourself looking at the situation and observe the witness to it. You might say okay. Here's a woman waiting for a parking spot. And somebody else may or may not have seen that. She was waiting and took an opportunity. Who knows but this woman has her health. Has a wonderful family is in a car that she owns. That's insured really. What is the big deal? There's another spot a few miles away and if we can get kind of perspective that distance I think it changes how we look at things. So Mo- you looking at anybody else here can see their problem so clearly. You're good enough or tweet this line or talk about a user benefit instead of talking about yourself. It's so clear and they can just as easily turnarounds. A Mo- is your problem. Here's your challenge and you need to overcome it. How do we do this ourselves? How do we get this kind of clarity? Now Ashes Ready. She's primed ahead a little coaster. Mike Yeah I like that metaphor icy now very clearly. I used to have that in my family values like you see very positively in every aspect of your life especially teaching. My kids are just we are alive. Today that's best blessings is what you should see him get up in the morning. Thankful you are alive today and you can get to do so many things but I was not implementing the same thing in my business. So today's session we. I was looking at a bigger problem where I want to reach. It was like hundred doors away from me just for that I was not taking. I was not dead it for the tenth door or I was not able to see that. I'm talented I have worked ready. And the canvas is ready to paint. I just need to go brush in hand and start painting Ed so I see that metaphor now from my personal life to how to implement in business and enhance when you told me that car parking exempt you thank you. You HAVE INCREDIBLE CLARITY. When it comes to your children you can see them and you know that if they just changed a little bit they will have more happiness and success and everything will work out but right when it comes back to us. It's like wait a minute. Different rules apply and now hopefully if nothing else. Try to insert a little pause between catalysts and reaction. Something mixture react. Just stop amid kind of observe. What's happening in your mind? And then you can choose how you want to react. Sorry I just wanted to jump in real quick. I was talking to Alex earlier. And he was talking about everything that he failed on and he was saying that his man I was following Chris. And the following moe in this is that referring to you and he's like and they're killing instagram and they're doing all these things and I'm sitting here and I'm struggling and I'm just falling behind. And he got super caught up in his failures and four second pause and he was like but then I thought about it he was doing so much other good stuff in other areas and have been so hard myself when it comes to this one specific thing and that's what a lot of us I feel I do. We get caught up in the bad because the good is so abundant because the good is the norm. Like we're you succeeding and we're used to Kinda having good days or at least average days but the bad sticks out so much because it's so rare that we don't really know how to cope with it and we give it a lot more attention than it should have An S. That was what he was saying to me earlier and he was like. I just took a step back and changed my perspective on it and was like I may have not one in this one area but at least it gives me a chance to go back and succeed again. And that's how cabin framing the things that we've been doing here even though we haven't done the best before is still gives us the chance to reframe and you know try again. I have a different take on that. I think that was excellent. Chris all done if you sit there and you replay the memories in your childhood and we did a lot of this yesterday and we created two columns. We're GONNA do the two column conversation again credit to columns and we asked ourselves how many times you remember the people who you love the most your parents who took care of you. How many times a day praise you for doing something right? I make a list. Just just follow through the thought experiment and then put that list away for second and then the second list ask yourself. How many times did they tell you you did something wrong. And Am pretty sure. That list is in multitude longer than the other lists so we've had a lot of training finding the things that are wrong. We've had not a lot of training in pointing out the things that are right in fact when you think that you've done something right. What is the response you get? Don't let that get your head getting too big for your Britches. Stay humble be

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Center Stage with Jenna Mao

The WoMed

09:42 min | 1 year ago

Center Stage with Jenna Mao

"We are talking with Jenny. Moe Hello everybody and Jenna is a board certified dance movement therapist and counsellor. How did all of that come about? It has been a long journey for sure. So leave it. When I was in. Undergrad I was one of those kids that was undecided forever. I changed my major like six different times but one constant throughout all of my education when I was at the University of Wisconsin was that I was always involved in the dance program in some sort of way. Yeah I grew up dancing and I had always wanted to continue it in some sort of a way but I never really knew where I wanted to take it. I didn't feel like I could be a professional like doing some sort of performance career. I didn't like I wanted to teach it but it was always a passion in something that I really really loved doing so when I was like midway through. I think they'd be like my sophomore year. One of my professors was Meeting with me and she said you know you strike me as somebody that might be interested in this crazy. Field called dance and movement therapy. That's so wild. I know and I was so so fortunate. Because at the University of Wisconsin they had a certificate program in dance therapy which is typically unheard of being. Huzzah all of the education. If you're going to become dance. Therapist is at the master's Level. Okay so we actually had a dance therapist. Who taught a handful of courses at the undergraduate level so that there were people that were interested in the field they could get like a little taste of what it was like and then they can decide from there if they wanted to go on to graduate school to actually like pursue all of the education and degree requirements? It takes to become a dance therapist so I give that a shot and absolutely fell in love with it and I only thing was convinced that this is something that I wanted to do. And so then it took us so from there. I did two years of graduate school and so I was from there so fortunate to them behind shared at my job right currently and at right now which is working as a dance therapist in a children's hospital which is also a children's hospital that I used to work out in Wisconsin Little known fact Jenas. Actually my cousin there is. There's no nepotism on this podcast. Never heard of that as a career and I just think it's so awesome that you are able to take something that you've always loved so much I mean we. We grew up dancing together in the same studio and you were actually able to make a career out of it and that's so frigging awesome legs so in where Little Okay. So we do. A thing called a lubrication warm up question And it's usually just something funny but for you. I was like you know I feel like everyone who finds that. I'm a Nikki nurse. They're like Oh my God. It must be so nice to sit around and hope eighties all day. Yes so as a dance therapist once people find out what your job title is. What's the first thing they ask you? Oh what they ask me is More so along the lines of like. Oh you're done must be so fun I would love that. Can you come to that for the staff? Oh My Gosh. And which would also become a cool. I would totally love it and I think there's there's very real benefits in providing some therapy for staff in a hospital system because yeah I'm sure amount of research so high exactly like everybody who is familiar with the system in any sort of a aspect is just very very aware of how grueling and demanding it is to gas gently be serving others and yeah others in very fragile states so there is there is definitely some validity to that. Don't get me wrong ray. I think what is hard for people to recognize? Is that while the therapy type. Isn't like what you're traditionally used to like your Ling. Talk therapist or your counselors psychologists. There is real therapy. Work being done in our sessions. It just doesn't happen through sitting in chairs and discussing everything right. We use our bodies and movements and sometimes yes dancing to communicate what's happening with us and to process the whole experience and to find healing in that way. I. This is so incredible because I don't know if if there are many people that grow up with with like dance background but you know even people that just go to club and dance. You know you're still expressing yourself through movement but when I just remember in my ballet ballet primarily there's something that just comes over you when you're moving and you can't if you've had a bad day you might like dance a little harder or if you're feeling a certain way like it's it's so hard to explain that like unless you're dancer that feeling that just kind of like it's like electricity. That moves her. You're right when you just said it. It's a feeling it's your belt since it's all of all of what you can't put into words so this is exactly why dance. Therapy is so so beneficial's because sometimes people don't have the words especially working with kids. They might even have the vocabulary to lay articulate. Exactly what is going on for them? So if I'm working with you and you can show me with your body. That's what I'm trained it. I'm trained to see and observe various things in your facial expression or the way that you're gesturing or the way that you're carrying yourself or sitting and then I can help you work through that because sometimes we don't always have the words for one. Oh I lose on this podcast all the time. If I could dance out this podcast you might be more entertaining for some people. I don't know I've lost some dance. Get you know. But it's okay. It's okay it's just about it's that communicating about how you feel and what's going on for you in the moment it. It's not a performance. It's not the show like there's never an end product it's always a process oriented experience of that I'm just so excited that I get to learn more about what you do and I'm so grateful to be here because it. It is one of those fields where we've been established sense like early nineteen sixties and. It's definitely growing and always evolving. And I think what is so great about me being able to come and talk with you about this and let more people know that and get more awareness is that we can work in a medical setting right. And that's I think a really unique Lake Niche For dance therapists to be an. It's really common for other therapists to work in like Rehab centers or school settings or inpatient psych hospitals or outpatient clinics. But the medical reminded of if anyone ever saw girl interrupted and the class and the girl sitting there. And she's like you're a tree Janice your tree and I won't stand up Dan. Okay sorry segue relevant but yeah you know so so. Medical Dance and movement therapy is definitely a a newer and less known about. Yeah little you know subset of all the great work that other dance therapists are doing around the nation. That's so cool and I think When I worked at a children's Hospital Wisconsin. I mean obviously I was in the Nikki like we don't have dance therapy in there. We have more speech. Therapists Occupational Physical Therapist But I remember when I start God when I started. It was like two thousand. Seven was a long time ago But during orientation you know they have everyone in there. They have Nikki nurses they have nurses in different units on the hospital and just learning about everything that was offered at children's was incredible. I mean like I knew. They offered like tutoring and classes and stuff. But I didn't know that this was a form of therapy. The multidisciplinary support that is being offered in our hospital currently. But I'm sure in lots of other paediatric facilies is something. That's ordered huge like doc. Yeah in order. Yeah well so we're a concept based service okay go Any sort of physician nurses nurse Practitioners Social Workers. Pretty much anybody that has access to the medical chart and put in a request for myself or any other member of my team to go and provide support for

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Bitcoin College Radio - Mo Sadoghi

Bitcoin Radio

08:06 min | 1 year ago

Bitcoin College Radio - Mo Sadoghi

"What's up my man. Welcome to the show dude. Hello hello everyone. Hi Ashley. High Joe's wonderful to be here absolutely for everybody who I obviously just gave them a very brief introduction moe you're an assistant professor at UC Davis. Right yes I'm faculty at UC Davis and Iran Expo Lab and absolutely and as I was saying introduction. You may got a chance to hear that It's you know we're in a place where blockchain the this technology is becoming a useful. It's becoming it's not just a speculative ICO craziness of two thousand seventeen like there's really important incredible people working with the technology governments. You know there's different agencies and and people that have been doing things outside of the blockchain space whether in tech or not including this and you know you're a perfect example that being on faculty at UC Davis and putting yourself position to to take on this role as a Ambassador for the CRYPTO space in the blockchain space. You know it's it's probably got a lot of pressure on you. Well when you look at research you don't ever take on Sort of a mature technology always gonNA take that. There's a lot of associated and started several years ago The picture was not as credible as you kind of express than it is today. So it's definitely a excitement of taking that risk and have been happy to be part of that at UC Davis absolutely. So let's first start off with this before we get into your background Let's talk about what exactly is the resilient DB DOT com website? What's it doing what we're what are we looking at here so I could? Maybe perhaps before that I could give you a little bit introduction of Harvey or is it sort of Jordan that brought us into resilient and resilient dot com. Is that for the last ten years or so I've been looking into transactions space and transaction all know what it is the you'll make a credit card transaction. You go to Walmart you go to Amazon. You buy something everything that we do realize around the concept of transaction and transaction. It's reminder of go back in the days a simple contract so when people want to engage in into any form of transaction they're really writing contract and transaction in computer science is the digital form of The old age a concept of the contract. So we've been looking at paradigm shift in the last decade is that how do we look at the changes in hardware? That changes in the application needs in order to improve The the efficiency of transaction processing. And what are the new application that could result from this in Dover and but in the last few years there has been the move and the push of this idea of the cryptocurrency. What if you look at digital market that is surrounded around this crypto and also the way we are going to look at the blockchain is no longer as we're going to put our trust into a single entity like like a single bank but we want to be able to at a level of a society? We want to be able to have what I consider those ideal of cornerstone of our societies. Democrat is Asian and decentralisation so now how do the form does digital contract in very democratic and decentralized way so that's exciting problems that we started looking at it also kind of looking at it as a secure transaction as a kind of a transaction that brings accountability trust and integrity without the need of relying on essential entity so that has been what initiated or research and as part of that we have In Expo Lab my research team at UC Davis behaved launched our fabric or blocking fabric. Which is a global scale Resilient blockchain fabric and called resilient. So that's that's where we are right now. Yeah by the way I really love the name too. I think it's really relevant and You know it stands out especially in the space so as as this process is kind of taking taking place How have the students really transformed this idea? Like as you as you noted and of course I don't Wanna get ahead of ourselves because it's actually one of the questions I have down the road but when he didn't know noted that process. You're right like you guys didn't happen yesterday. This has been going on. What you guys have been building's been going on for some time like what has that that that student. How was that student transform? What are you looking at these days when it when it comes to the people who are getting involved in this kind of show a lot of a funny story about the name has since as you mentioned it so we have every entering a new space and technology is there's going to be resistance and especially the risk of the technology is the more resistant you get? I had a pleasure working about ten or so graduate and undergraduate student along this journey and the one thing that we have Encounter over and over again the rejection of our papers the rejection of our ideas and so the resilient. Abo was kind of is that our team has become so resilient in building this blockchain fabric and. That's what actually the name of is that not only did. The fabric has become resilient but also the team has become precise in sort of pushing through this Yeah pushing pushing through from every aspect and we'd be successful at many fronts and we're still pushing and others. So that's that's how the name came came about and and you see that transformation into students is because it's part of it is even have to educate research committee. Not Everybody is aware of what the blockchain is. It's it's not a traditional topic so the student needs to educate himself. They need to educate the community and While this education sort of rippled down to other part of the university is that this is writing for example Move Spell. Come into the picture. In sort of empowering that the grass root is not just in computer science but sort of campus wide in order to get to that education of the auction as well too for sure. And I'm a firm believer like in and I'll say in this goes with mouse brought to you know when you find personalized story in a kind of Esprit de Corps to an extent of why you exist in your name you know I mean mouse ball stories a little bit different dalen Patrick and Gaylon walking with an actual mouse belt cord around his waist belt You know I it stands by the same thing I love watching people pour their heart and soul in these to these entities these these projects to these ideas and when they when their own. It seems like they're always far more successful as the best way to put it all right. So let's go. Let's go into a little bit about you. Who are you what did you do? How'd you get into this so I graduate? I did my phd at the University of Toronto. I graduate in two thousand thirteen and the focus of my research back then was I have sort of stream of data coming in and how to use modern harbor to do the analysis for efficiency and then from there I went to. Ibm Research and I was a IBM Watson in Westchester groups on Heights. That's sort of the headquarters of research and there are more and more came into the problem of transaction and Sudan in particular I looked at the problem of. How do I unify At an analysis the analytics with the transaction in a very general than unified way so and so that has continued at IBM. So I was there for about four years. Then I was faculty at Purdue University and that's where we really got into the space of large-scale disabled transaction and by the time I had a rich. Uc Davis you've already sort of planting seed of Looking at secure transaction or the blockchain and the moment sort of join a UC Davis that has been the The main

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TV Review: A 'Chernobyl' Deep Dive

The Big Picture

13:16 min | 2 years ago

TV Review: A 'Chernobyl' Deep Dive

"The most incredible thing I've seen on television this year. And really in some time has just concluded I'm talking, of course about Chernobyl the HBO mini series chronicling the devastating nuclear disaster that occurred on April twenty-sixth nineteen Eighty-six near the city of Pripyat in the former Soviet Union leader in the show. I'll be speaking with creator writer. Producer Craig Mazin, who will help me understand how he pulled off this extrordinary feet. But I, I am joined by fellow her noble, admire and ringer executive editor Mallory Ruben. Hello, moe. Hello. Mel you are. You're a voice in the darkness. You were a Soviet minor in the chair noble. Admiration society months ago. I saw screen this show and I was like this is extraordinary. It's incredible. How powerful and beautifully done this very sad. Gripping physically upsetting story is crickets. No one had seen a screener. He's actively making fun of you became a bit. And I certainly feel vindicated not just because you like it. But because a great many people have come to appreciate this show, but tell me a little bit about your journey. You had been living in west rose for quite some time. And then the show came to you and very quickly. You started to consume it. Yeah. I joined a few weeks late Memorial Day weekend, fact. Sorry, sink convert truly a binge then as you know, it's a something of a habit of mine I as you as you said, wrapped up with thrones and I needed to reconnect to the wider culture wanted a little, you know, joy in my life, and I thought. What better way to connect to my fellow man? Rediscovered my own humanity then sure noble. But all jokes aside, you know you'd spoken so highly of it. And there was something appealing to me about the fact that it was a miniseries. It was I was gonna be able to consume it off fairly quickly started watching it. Early in the weekend. So three episodes were out at that point in time. And I watched all three in a row and then was consumed with almost like a surprisingly dangerous, rage that I could not immediately access the final two episodes. And then I watched both of those obviously, when, when they aired, and in the case of the family when you were kind enough to provide me with screener. That's why we're here right now. I had a very similar experience. I watched the first episode like I said months ago with my wife and we were both very taken, but then also, well, we wanted to keep watching it, but we knew that it was it would it would be part of the kind of conversations like oh, but also there's something about any show like this unfold slowly limiting is powerful to no offense to binging in general. I respect that approach to, to culture. But I did appreciate the slow roll out, and we, we sort of parcel deaf ourselves in that way. I think part of the reason he needs to do that is because there's just just a really deep emotional toll that the show wages on its viewers because of its. You know, not just the, the physical terror that you get from it, but just considering the absolute awful scope of what happened in these events. I I'm not sure if you were alive, when winter, the turnover will disaster happened. I was not. So we'll turn Warren later that year September eighty six so April twenty six eighty six as my good friend David Shapiro's birthday, we'll congratulations to David. I hope he wasn't met him for the first time she said, Chernobyl, I presume he was not injure noble when he was Cleveland. Thank goodness. What was your level of awareness of this event? Throughout the course of my life, you know, I think probably similar to what it was for many people who came to this show, which is an awareness that a disaster, it happened. And then little else beyond that, and actually, I started listening to the podcast or the HBO was put out around the show, the official podcast, noble, the buck cast the turnover Petrova podcast and that's that's out there right away as motivation for creating in the first place was this complete void for certainly not everyone, but wide swath of people about what actually happened here and why. And so, in that sense, I think ultimately partially at out week after week instead of all at once is actually very fitting because you as viewer obviously not equating, the experience of the viewer with the experience of somebody on the ground. But it manufacturers that sense of protracted discovery and your desire. Fire is so fierce to understand how what how could this have possibly happen, especially when you realize that it was a safety tests that what's this all? It's just such an incongruous set of initial facts that you're so desperate to learn. And the fact that you can't get to the truth right away. And that, in fact suffocating the truth is really the entire point for so many people is this unbelievably frustrating, but also compelling for pulse of force throughout the rest of the show. You're the eagerness to understand, I think, is the driving force, especially if the first two episodes, which play a lot more sort of like a murder mystery. You know, we're thrust almost immediately into this very quiet setting where this huge disaster happens. There's no really not a lot of preamble before we get to be actual disaster. Right. And then the, the preamble is the suicide of the pro tag. That's right. That's right. Which is also kind of a sleight of hand, as a storytelling device. But there's something so unusual about the way that everything is meted out here. But also kind of it kind of drags you along once things get extremely intense by. Roads, three and four you, you kinda can't turn away, even though we're start to fully understand why some of these things happened until we get to episode five when we realized that we don't actually know why certain things happened in more people had more information than we originally thought it's really kind of a masterful Sherlock Holmes, Ian kind of design for, for telling the story, I think a lot of times with docudrama. You tend to get something that is very earnest. That is very straightforward. It is a very chronological. Now, this is told chronologically, except for that sort of opening sequence you reference, but a lot of information is withheld in the way, it's with held is very powerful. For you. I is this a kind of a format kind of real life story that you like, because when I think of your passions, I think, you know, Harry Potter, of course in game of thrones. And the things that are more fantastical. This is really hard line down the middle in many ways, journalism. Yeah. Well, I've devoted my, my life and career to journalism. That's true. That's a good. It's a good point. It's a good question. I think. When I think about the things that I really love about SCI fi or fantasy stories, which is how I spent so much of my time as a consumer of literature film television. Everything conversations with my friends. Of course. I love the idea of dragons and dire wolves and waving your wand, and making anything that you won't possible. But the thing that I really love about those stories is tapping into something core about human nature. And so any great story can deliver that. And obviously the place that you're going to get that the, the, the most fully formed is something that is literally about confronting humanity and what people are willing to do to each other, and what they're willing to do, when they see what other people are willing to do to each other, and I was riveted every single second of this experience. Like I it's so upsetting and horrifying to watch that it doesn't feel like a normal thing to say, but I can't wait to watch it again. And part of that is because I think. To your point about how much you find out in the finale, actually, how much is sort of held back for this reveal even though it is real world history that we're talking about. And that's sort of like a contrary thing to say. I'm fascinated to then re rewatch it with that in mind. But also because it is just such a pitch perfect case study in some of the themes that I cherish so much. You know the idea of truth in lies. What is heroism, what kind of forms cannot really take when you're talking about storytelling, what is the role and power of image and narrative, and it's pretty hard right now in two thousand nineteen in the United States of America to watch her noble and not think about our current political system and the role of truth in lies in the narratives that unfold around us every day. And so that was interesting to, to simultaneously gain. Newfound understanding of this seismic is stork event and also like with any great story be able to apply it to something in your current life. Is it important that you learn things when you're watching something like this, because everything that you're talking about is the Matic, you know, it's, it's essentially emotional or intellectual. But it's not fact based per se, right? And you know, it's funny, we've been having this conversation in the office, a handful of us about sort of dad non-fiction, you know, the, the canon of handful. You and Kevin Clark and continue. No, there were a few more participants, but shadow to Brian Phillips, with, but there's small group of people that there's a sort of strand of, of culture and history books that are targeted at what we presume to be fifty five year old white guy in pleaded pants, who's just come off the golf course and received his Father's Day gift from his hopeful son or daughter, and inevitably that book is about a general in World War. One man is based on a world historical event more than likely. It's got a certain kind of, you know, pursuit of those some of those themes you're talking about heroism truth in lies, but there's something kind of stayed about it. I think tra- noble in some ways falls into this category. The and in fact, a lot of the series is based on a book, voices of tra- noble. But there's something somehow different about it for you personally. Do you are you the kind of questing for information? It will then bring that to the bar and tell everyone what you learned or is it much more of a televisual emotional experience. I think both and I think that one of the reasons that I really not only enjoyed the show, but thought it was such a grand achievement is because they clearly can be either of those things for you. And that's valid, however you choose to consume. It is valid, you know we we talked about this a bit over the weekend. I was so impressed by the show's handling of the science because I am just in the interest of candor, not a physicist, not a nuclear scientists talked, you ve lied on your resume can barely do math working together for five years. And I little did. I know. And so I was actually a little bit could -cerned about that heading nothing ever felt like a true barrier to entry, but you know you worry about both extremes. I think on the one hand is this going to be so dumbed down for the general viewing public that basically feels like it isn't real that you can't believe in who those characters are in the work that they're supposed to be doing because there's no way that people like that with talk that way about their work on the other extreme. Is it going to be so scientifically precise that it's totally alienating for somebody who for whom that's not there, there for an actor or something that they're comfortable with it all? And I thought that the show's ability to thread, the needle between those two things and allow you to understand with now I'm not implying that we're coming out of this as. Nuclear actually, deuce everyone physicists now. But the basic ability to comprehend what they were talking about what was happening without making it too complex or making it feel like they were condescending. And speaking in speaking, towns, you and I think that's a great trick. There was positioning, some of the other characters on the show in the same seat that the viewer was in, you know, and I think, I think, for example of one of the earlier scenes in the show when are I when I look gossip and Boris our first heading out there on the plane, and we gossip sketching his sketching this out, because Boris's demanding that he explained it to him, and the, the bullets analogy that was so instantly clarifying. Similarly, the trial in the finale, do we understand every single thing that was on all of those placards tiles? No, but they were colour coded, and the, the thing that was unambiguous was that balance was the key, and that wants you. You lost that you lost the ability to control the thing that needed to be controlled, and I just thought that okay I don't need to be coming to this as somebody who is, like inherently obsessed with the science or the facts, but I feel like I can grasp them, and then because I have that beasts comfort, I and then able to shift my focus of the things that I personally care more about the seems the characters the choices that they're making. And I think that if you probably are in the far extreme of carrying about the science. I'm sure that there are plenty of people out there who are like fact check on x y and z, and I think that one of the cool things is that the creators of not in any way imply that it is a note for note, faithful rendering of history, you know, that there are for, for example, the Yuan, a character is a composite of all these other scientists, and I think song, right? Saying that in the it was either the first or the second inside the episode feature at that the that we heard that and then it's also. Noted in the run through a fax at the end of the finale. So what about you? Well, I think that there's a brilliant storytelling choice that also happens to be true to history, which is that every single character who is not Lagoda for most of the film is completely ignorant to how any of this works.

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Countdown begins to the record-breaking 2020 Super Bowl in Miami

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00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Countdown begins to the record-breaking 2020 Super Bowl in Miami

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Lindsay Lohan Accuses Refugee Family of Trafficking Children in Bizarre Live Video

Eating For Free

04:36 min | 3 years ago

Lindsay Lohan Accuses Refugee Family of Trafficking Children in Bizarre Live Video

"Someone said, wow, you should really be watching Lindsay, Lohan Instagram live right now pretty wild. And so I turned in the right. Rolled in icy her chasing a Middle Eastern family down. Do you right. And she's screaming in both era bec- and English in this like insane access some finish. Poor refugee woman in her children that she believes the woman is like trafficking these children. And so she tries to kidnap the children, and I watched Lindsay Lohan get punched by a refugee mother, punch of great live in Moscow. I was screaming score. I couldn't imagine watching it live. It was all ready. So dated while just seen the pictures of her at Paris fashion week. And then I was like, why is this bitch and Moscow live? How did she get to Moscow during on like she got on the Siberian express, just like to to all the way to Moscow like issue, saying Airbnb, like, what is this? Okay. So I need you to get actually into the real details and I have have like the whole thing here because okay, so I actually want to know what's going on. I woke up at like five in the morning to the bathroom. Looked at my phone push notification. Lindsay Lohan has lost her mind. Like I just I was so bewildered. So what happened was he put in scramble live, I think that was what fr. Friday night when you saw a anyway. So she starts her Instagram live, and she's loose dreaming too. I think like over almost seven million people by this point, she's walking through the streets of Moscow like middle of the night middle of the night. She sees this like. Family, just simply this homeless family, you would assume like you really don't know much and they're laying on the ground like covered in blankets, the Bill, the night. It's snowing and she's talking to Moe's weird accents, and she says, the Atkins is what killed.

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"moe" Discussed on The Moe Train Show

The Moe Train Show

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"moe" Discussed on The Moe Train Show

"You guys have all reflected that in some way shape or form you've got this activity component whether it cycling running lifting whatever it might be you've got that so you're you're active burning calories but then when you guys are not at the table doing these videos you are eating much better than probably the average american which as i said before i think eating kind of shitty every day for the majority of the year is much worse than doing challenge even once a week once every other week in the grand scheme of things so i don't i don't think it's as bad as people think relative to how the average american eats arthritic i'll say it chaps my ask somebody says oh they're gonna have diabetes when they're an adult they're gonna have a heart attack and it's like how do you eat you eat fast food six times a week you eat processed crafts every single day how is that gonna know add up at the end of the year rela to this guy or gal who's actually eating really well you know ninety nine percent of the time mind that you know not only are other people probably enough to come to leak but they probably have exercise with their daily habits you combine the two year inactive end you eat semi crappy urine a much worse outcome on a bad path and somebody who does one challenge a week or two weeks or three weeks and they're active on a daily basis never bought into that and it angers me honestly frustrates me to hear that one that's you know the popular question is how do you shape yeah i kind of i've seen it on all your guys youtube channels in wet wherever they can leave comments it's always home were you not five hundred pounds how do you stay in shape that's like one of the most common questions you guys get it's pretty obvious no you know exercise and diet already last question eight what major factor do you hope that current and future followers take from your competit you're you're eating involvement in basically what you're doing your platform what unique factor or something that might not be apparent that you do want them to take away okay so i thought about this and have fun you know what i mean like life his always thurs if you wanna do challenge for like high now it's not gonna kill you try at one time you you when you lose to have fun with any experience in life it's not just the eating that you showcasing said this for the other videos anyone can just fill themselves eating some food but that would actually be weird and just boring honestly that's all you did but when you can have a little bit of your lifestyle show through in abc kind of your own flavor and character and how fun with it that makes it entertaining and it's probably fun for you is the eater in the host to do it that way too i would think yeah twenty some people actually likes just one hundred percent eating like i've had requests can you like to do eating nut nothing else like woven dessus wouldn't be me i can never do a video where that stuff meeting and there's nothing else involved in the video that's no matter what i would never be able to upload a video like that i happen to throw in my own humor or you know the way i do cinematography or like the drone footage or anything like that i have to be able to do that or i just won't put up a video i do it for me he editing stuff like that i do that because i love to do that you start trying to do what other people want in l let's be honest you don't become authentic he start to become fake in you lose that authenticity in the news viewers but because you do it the way that you do people like me and others are drawn to that end of a video to see those challenges in you know that's where you get your your loyalty with it so keep doing what you're doing oh it will nate that's all i got for you here make sure you guys go over to down.

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"moe" Discussed on The Moe Train Show

The Moe Train Show

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"moe" Discussed on The Moe Train Show

"Have a thing for pizza britos but no the funny thing is mike favorite alltime talent ever completed the barbie challenge really was it knows it like one of those ones where it's diversity of all different barbecue foods yes it was that it was it was crazy giant size that was one of those challenge in thinking like there's no i'm gonna be able to be able to beat this and i in the full hour hour but what made it very good challenges like you said there was a mixture of different means there's corn beans law there was a bunch of different stuff different flavors that made it very very enjoyable yeah i can tell echo matters one barbecue challenge that i did do in san diego when they said it down i was like i screwed up this was a bad bad choice but because of the very simple fact that you never had more than you know ten fifteen bytes one food before you got to move on to something else the diversity literally pulled me through it because it never got old so i could see where that would be a favorite assuming you good barbecue in the first place and the barbecue i had was good but you have to plan for eating one wherever that kettle gets you even if you've got the room for it just it just does not taste good anymore and then if you're full on top of but it's like full shit now you're up against the wall you start struggling so worse food anyone that's washed even one or two of your challenges probably knows what that is which i find i say it's it's it's a quirk of yours because i love pickles what is it about in the don't like is it a texture is it off a taste is the acidity what is it about pickles you don't like i say i everything i i'm not gonna during i really could find pickles i always have alive and it's not that i haven't tried to go 'cause i've definitely tried tickles like like i don't know the texture i like covers but you fickle doesn't matter if it's a kosher dill sweet as a matter is just all pickles or nasty well you know i would i in saint petersburg and it was like a massive barbecue sandwich challenge and that sounds challenge pickles on it and i started with the pickles and i think there was sweet pasting and those that's the only time ever in my life i've ever tasted pedal didn't say bad at all don't people's i'm like yeah i could go without of its sweet pickles i could eat those onto the jarl candy so i think it does kind of depend yeah yeah i think randy said show told me on april fools i saw that haven't meet do you have to pick a challenge and i really wanna try to eat the pickles i had one and it was just i couldn't do it i don't know how did that whole jar all people eat on taylor we all have that kryptonite food where that food alone if it's contained within the the challenge to any degree it's just like it's it's game over on that way with cream cheese in dairy if there's any significant amount of that in there it's game over even if i liked the taste it's just gonna destroy me i can eat a agit the aftermath i'm i'm lactose intolerant just destroys me for hours it is it's not worth it what if any health concerns do you have with competitive eating in regards to yourself with regards myself while i mean eating mass from food in ten degrees here i think we all understand that i don't plan to do this forever like i like eating food like always gonna eat eat food in order to live yeah as long as i guess i maintain my own health like i'm going to the gym i'm not eating you know shit every single day who was fish it okay i'm not eating you know garbage every gay so this is just keeping my own health up you know i almost i like you know you know this whole body playing chicken broccoli sweet potatoes with things like that like i eat a lot of fruits and vegetables again i wanna point this out doing my due diligence fitness professionals you eric randy on natter.

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"moe" Discussed on The Moe Train Show

The Moe Train Show

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"moe" Discussed on The Moe Train Show

"New category calls physi classes i think they have been able to do that i mean that was just a few years back when classic exists i did want to dip my toes into it i ended up not doing it so because i i had friends that have gone through that lifestyle and it's a lot of work to be able to do that but i did think about it and powerlifting i think about as well i just got too many people ask me every now and then if i ever do show that know what do you enjoy most about eating contest or eating challenges you get tons of free t shirts free meals the competitive spirit what is it that brings you back you said the free meals part one actually being a challenge when it's talent and you're actually able to do it that's a good feeling when you actually beat something that you kind of went in kind of scared about or didn't think that you could do and there's been several cases like oh my goodness i don't even know what i'm getting myself into and then after the fact of my holy cow so it's it's it's a weird accomplishment when you eat something it's not necessarily the eating anything alive when you do something that you didn't think you do but would you something that's like whoa and you think about it like you just deprived yourself also eating different foods like food that i have i have you know even before that's also fun as well yeah that's true you know you actually touched on one area that i never thought about so right now i only did twenty three twenty four challenges over at twenty fourteen when i was put on a bet with some friends but i felt really let down when i lost one i felt bad like a sports event like i felt like i failed in i think that's kind of that competitive nature that some of us all have and it doesn't matter if it's goal for football or whatever if it's a food challenge some people don't like to lose it's still competition either way absolutely right i did a challenge was like respect in miami i definitely underestimated it it's pretty good sized challenge and they wanted me to clean it thirty minutes and i was like giving him all the restaurant really really really really wanted me to actually completing because they just wanted to see somebody eat it i felt it i ran out of time well i mean i gave up actually twenty minutes in and i'm like there's no way i'm going to be able to keep the rest of it so kind of through natale be able to expire the time and i felt like i don't know i was kinda bummed out not kind of definitely bummed out that i let them down in a let myself down and then went back like a week later to do it again and did you get the redemption redemption slight changes that kinda bummed me out about it sandwich but i did get the redemption nice any strategy do you use for food challenges for there's a few strategies out there i'll let you know about the first energies that kind of like helped me out like eating large amounts of food you know randy's until right yes i do he's actually very first eater i ever looked into inserted learn from that's exactly where i where i learned techniques from so he has you know that website challenges dot com the bunch of articles in the bunch of good information on how to do it i would say the more healthy way i would say agree heathen vegetables you know like things fibrous foods of a little bit of waters things like that to kinda start your stomach and that's kind of how i started like where i got my rules and how to do this from are definitely some of those tactics still are still on any others you're your own ways of doing and everybody has their own techniques that chris they keep pretty private what works for one person may not work at all for another so it does depend on the person absolutely favorite foods in worst foods within a challenge what is your favorite challenge in worst challenge to date i thought about this one i can tell you my worst food foretell say later i would say is a peak and burritos like i.

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"moe" Discussed on The Moe Train Show

The Moe Train Show

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"moe" Discussed on The Moe Train Show

"You are listening to joshua hockett and big bites podcasts all right guys this is josh hockett from saint louis missouri of the big bite i've got no one else than nate figure i have not met nate before unlike some of the other people that i've interviewed so far but after watching probably fifty videos of nate some multiple times i feel like i know the guy pretty well i wanna get to them i'm gonna make sure that you get to know more about him in this quick little interview we have so with that said i'm going to turn it over to nate and let him introduce himself nate how you doing man i'm good how are you fantastic what's new can you tell people where you calling from where do you reside how old are you in what is your occupation away from the table when you're not eating okay so i am thirty years old but makes i feel old i still have to be thirty i'm sort of beach a part time driver for building material around here the other part time is youtube i wanna say to probably takes up more time than anything for me when it comes to editing something everything you know between you and a few others i watch pretty regularly and having tried to do and make my dent in the youtube community i have a huge appreciation for the editing side of making videos the making the video is the fun part the editing it's like it's an extra hour for every hour of filming that you did so in by the way i gotta say your drone skills in your videos are amazing like the videography of it alone makes them worth watching let alone the eating challenges that you do thank you appreciate that the separately it's definitely extremely time consuming like like you said the filming fund easy part and then the actual like going to the computer and getting lost editing for good like ten plus hours is the hard part because of guys like you it's video quality what you're doing it made me literally toss in the towel and say why would anyone watch my video and there's this out here with this drone making these kick ass video so thanks for that nate it's not always quality you know what i mean like i would say content overpowers quality content people don't really care about the quality but i do appreciate your kind words and i'm sorry if i made you quit that is true it's the i i like to you know if i'm gonna do something i wanted to be the best knowing that there's people out there doing what you are it's like oh wait until i can at least try to compete with it you got good content some awesome video skill so anyone that hasn't seen a money need to because it's it's worth it alone just for the entertainment value let alone the content with that said let's jump into question one you're the one that everyone's always curious about who might not know about.

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"moe" Discussed on The Moe Train Show

The Moe Train Show

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"moe" Discussed on The Moe Train Show

"That i'm very multifaceted into individual and that like a good eater but i'm also many other things that i very very unique and then multitalented i yes i can appreciate that you're you're multi multi dimensional got more than one way or just i eat a lot of food because eighty head of the veto from this eat a bunch and film at but when you buy something else going along with that that you're successful dedicated to think that does add some some some interest to it makes it yelich you said you need to anyone else obviously four thousand miles over a few months you know living off of food challenges i'd say that makes you pretty darn neat right yeah and what's not forget you have that's right yep yeah art ramsey if people wanna learn more about you follow you get more involved with what you do in health working they find you what socials emails are websites do you have so the most active like the most frequently posted area is my youtube channel i've been posting videos each week the handle is called the channels called the mantis strikes again all one word and i guess i occasionally post on my twitter handle is just mantis eats and yes those are really the two the two media that i'm active all righty well ramsey i appreciate you giving me the time today for the third episode of the big bite on down to feast we will see you next week on reforest feature again check us out at www dot dt beast dot com in i will see you next time thanks josh take care.

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"moe" Discussed on The Moe Train Show

The Moe Train Show

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"moe" Discussed on The Moe Train Show

"I'm i've always been good exercising helps a lot with that oh i'm sure it does but yeah with gastrointestinal stuff like my already i i can tell that i can't handle beef quite the way i used to in terms of digestion it just i get a lot of pain from eating more than four or five pounds of beef in one sitting just like next day i'm i'm just in a little bit of pain from that which it's kind it's sort of thing that i just kind of have to listen to my body over the years and just and adjust accordingly and being and just roll with it and not not force anything don't be if if it's not in the cards anymore it's not in the cards any more like i'm not i don't have it's not like i have a whole lot of like i think financially hinged on my eating grier so it's not like it's going to if i have to throw in the towel throw in the towel but but yeah i still i still enjoy eating and even even not doing food challenges still i love just just eating nice plates food on my on weekends and stuff like that so so yeah i guess i guess i'm a little bit worried about gastrointestinal facts but the way on combating that is just listen my body and don't don't overstep don't over stress myself yes he smart about it i think that that's exactly what you'd be smart about you say you do your lab or to make sure things are looking there which i think is really smart for anyone but is potential eating big quantities of food and let's be honest from that aren't necessarily healthy but right i on that and then you do cycle you do once and active in relatively speaking myself speaking of fitness professional if you look at the way the average american eats throughout the year in the back that they're not active i would i would warrant the fact that you're still far ahead of what they're doing on on average yearly basis doing this in writing and being active so a lot of all that's gotta be so bad for you and that's this you're going to get super obese it's like look at what they do the other ninety five percent of the year it's still better yeah right so but that's good yet you put while this beast mart about a teacher activity up you know know what your limits are no one you have to talk what in the towel exactly so question set your last one year what major factor or unique feature do you hope that current and future followers take from your eating involvement i would say i i like to will i try to work this into my youtube videos is that i'm i am truly trying to be a renaissance man you can say i'm imagining also bicyclist that's that's kind of the the intent with my rome series as trying to show the unity yang of the eating and the exercising i'm showing actual bicycling seventy miles a day on that trip and and showing that i'm very multifaceted and then like my other youtube series as called eating cereal and that's where i incorporate scientific lecture about usually having something to do with the food i'm eating or i'm doing the eating challenge and the other half of the screen so and there's this new series that i'm about to start called the quest of five where i one thing i've never actually done is run a mile in under five minutes in highschool around five seven and my senior year but never never actually broke some five so that's kind of why on that right now is still doing this new series called the question five where in each episode of time trial with a mile run i'm going to eat a healthy food challenge to now i'm peed my progress so oh that's interesting yes yeah it's been it's been pretty good so far i've only filmed one episode iv problem put it out there for another six weeks or so but starting to come along loosely alludes white trimming off some of the weight i put on after like i got back from my trip i kinda just i got a little lazier put on the fifteen twenty pounds so i've i've trimmed that off since then so that's started that question five trading so that's pretty good i've watched for five that whole concept i'm not the check so yeah sorry it's this i want people to take from.

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"moe" Discussed on The Moe Train Show

The Moe Train Show

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"moe" Discussed on The Moe Train Show

"The point where it's enjoyable the always want to eat yeah and and yeah just get get your training sort of point in in that way rather than really going for with with the water or something like that you you get you know kind of electrolyte mr possible by you'd have you'd have to be hitting the bathroom every twenty minutes all damn day all night yeah exactly when did the water turning drink maybe gallon and a half water and then what like one hour later i go to the bathroom and then every twenty minutes for about six hours after that and it just it i what's what's worse the that the prep for the challenge of the challenge itself in that case right right yeah that's unique is everyone's got their own strategy and tactic if they use one sometimes it depends highly on the food being eaten the time remit given what you have to do later that day possibly but i always find that unique what people use that's that's interesting so leading into question four are their favorite foods in worse for foods that you have within a food challenge and what is your favorite challenge to date question let's see so foods that my favorite food in general is sushi handful of sushi challenges i think there's one strong ville hieaux that i did cannon remember the name the rights in strong's ohio of shinto japanese restaurant and it was about five pound sushi roll is really tasty that that's that's near the top my actual favorite food challenge i've done was at the fifty fifty in in chicago it's fifty fifty in winter park and there's it's fifty total menu items thirty of it is wings thirty pretty good size wings.

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"moe" Discussed on The Moe Train Show

The Moe Train Show

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"moe" Discussed on The Moe Train Show

"I can find somebody who can pull close to their half of it that would be every great and so i trained really hard for about a month and and we got to we got to the challenge andy aids i want to say he'd probably about thirty percent of it night remaining seventy so it was that was kind of like the rolling stone that was that kind of set it off in my mind and then it's been semi newnham semi regularly i kind of three years after that i would do them semi regularly like on average about one flew challenge of we and then more recently since then i've been doing the more in waves where i just go on a tour and do a big handful of them maybe ten twenty thirty minute during tour yeah and that's kind of how i do it now but yeah six years ago that was sort of the rolling stone that that set it all in this getting the question which is what he enjoy most about eating challenges wasn't the fact that you realize you're good at this it was just fun to compete and win getting the money what was it that kind of made you like i want to keep doing the same thing what what do you enjoy about the competitive eating yeah i liked i like doing it well it's something i do well i a lot of the food challenges there like five pounds or less it's just like eating eating a really good meal for free is what it comes down to that's just there's economical and that's true yeah and i kind of like i like being kind of going mysteriously into restaurants where people look at me and say hey somebody you know twice your size tried this a couple of weeks ago and oh well then we'll we'll see what happens then and then and then just destroying it there's there's some about that reveal about that about that moment that that just really is appealing to me so yeah that's that's a big part of it too i have to i have to agree with you there at like eric or myself you we are not the biggest guy in the room typically i mean we barely barely tip the scales two hundred if that and then you know they're seeing some two fifty three hundred pound monster come in and they can't put a dent in it and then you know yeah we come in and as you said the reveal we just rush it and they're like weird you put it it's like some mystery they can't figure out that's always kind of a shocker that we can entertain people with right awesome so question three what if any strategy us for challenges that's a good question i've i used to be a lot more methodical than i am now i there's always there's good strategies of save starchy stuff or for the end because it kind of has a tendency to expand in the stomach and the meats i i still do that but if it's if it's a quandary that i know i can handle without much trouble eating whatever order i want like eat the burger as raven burger or just eat the pizza normally of an regarding training i used to do water training i don't really like it though it's kind of i never got like lightheaded or any any kind of intoxication wire intoxication or anything like that but it would just hurt my stomach and i just yeah i i felt like a better way to train would be with actual eating because what the water train does it doesn't accurately simulate what you're going to be going through when you're so let's say you're almost own the challenge you got to slices of pizza left well drinking water isn't necessarily an accurate simulation of how difficult it's going to be those two slices of pizza so it's what i what i do well like to do a little bit more is every week every couple weeks just have a nice just like cheat day sort of just sit down eat a bunch of really tasty stuff and and then yes that's that's why employees now my main my main technique is just every once in a while just eat a lives and it's not still to.

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"moe" Discussed on The Moe Train Show

The Moe Train Show

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"moe" Discussed on The Moe Train Show

"I worked for metallurgy blending hearing company here in columbus ohio finished grad school peach about three years ago i've been doing the eating stuff for seven years now six six years six years yeah it's been quite a journey and i like biking and running their main hobbies one particular thing that makes you particularly unique is liking journey that you just did this past few just give us the gist of how that way and what that was about i called it rome roa am still kind of posting one video at a time of it on youtube i got a few more left to go and kind of just thought of in a couple years prior year or so before that were i would bike from columbus ohio and invite all around and then you eating challenges along the way and kind of came together about last december i asked my boss the time off and she's like maybe we can do this and then over the next two months in kind of negotiated terms and then april twenty third was when i got going and just bite from columbus ohio to new york city bikes around new york long island connecticut or about five days men started biking south all the way to miami florida flew from miami to the west coast and then by from los angeles to bend oregon so three months total by four thousand four hundred miles and i did thirty three food challenges along while that is amazing as a special unimpressed with that it's unique is here we are again for the second time with a cyclist that's somebody who does competitive eating the part that might not be known or appreciated is that these are people who are very active away from the table they've got some kind of a pursuit or hobby or athletic pursuit that keeps them pretty active so i want people to keep that in mind ramsey's no different it just to shed light one particular thing about randy to let me know just what caliber he was on i did the ryan twentyfour pancake monster i've done it twice it's my favorite challenge by far this was a few years ago but i've done that went twice it's absolutely amazing it's about six to seven pounds of food it's paint cases bacon it's chicken fried steak potatoes i did that and set the record i came back and did a few months later with kevin ross beat my old record and i thought i had it in the bag then ramsey comes to town keep through san diego and he went to do it and i was there to watch it and he crushed it like he destroyed my record via a couple of minutes which competitive eating huge do you remember what your time was ramsey around fifteen i think yeah he went did it like fifteen in that that beat mind i think two minutes and i was just like dumbfounded i should have known better but yeah that just goes to show and he was still good to go he wasn't struggling or suffering or anything hughes just fine but the what's your take on that one where does that rate in terms of like your favorite to least favorite challenge out of curiosity that was a good one i normally pancakes are my weakness but that had a lot of other stuff in twos that is nice variety and and and i just everything about southern california san diego's is just great so it was like the highlight of that particular tour that was kind of a highlight i love that area yeah i'm starting to realize how much i don't get your what saint louis but doc lewis here november is not the same way november isn't eighty it's right well let's jump right into this let's get people that just got your organs and headed beating how did you get into this how'd you stumble into it can't be it's not not normal for people to go this route so how'd you right i started it reuss started six years ago i think it was actually almost exactly six using thanksgiving day before thanksgiving two thousand eleven my friend andy and i was a classmate from missouri university missouri and we drove over to saint louis dame before thanksgiving and took on the pointer source pizza challenge and that's a twenty eight pizza saint louis if two people finish it in under an hour they get five hundred dollars and i've been thinking about it for years like if.

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"moe" Discussed on The Moe Train Show

The Moe Train Show

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"moe" Discussed on The Moe Train Show

"Burritos my favorite type of talent is patellar pool peop down three per site just a lot more fun to equal people and then usually when i clean peop i know my partner tinny half so this is a lot of confidence dead and it's a lot of fun is you know you're gonna win that fun doing that's one domain of challenges i have not done yet with pizza challenges pertain regular lactose intolerant fortunately born and raised in wisconsin here cain dairy that's kind of been like a just game over for me even consider a pizza challenge it's not that i don't like pizza fricken lowest of a big group of the lipid that's the other thing of all the sweets and desserts fricken love ice cream but that would be the end of me i can't imagine the aftermath so i live vicariously through people like you who do those and make videos is there any particular food type or challenge you would never do becca good a spike wing fill that had penn wings all covered in turn abed mood of focus and it puts me to have it put me to have our be able to walk out of the bathroom at brad stuff and just go at it was awful i haven't done that many through telling her but the sale of that i think is not a specific type of challenge it's the restaurant where you have the list of sandwich or whatnot with the big bud then electron ruins it by adding different sauce that greece from the whatnot along with all of soft into that just makes it absolutely horrendous and it takes a lot of soda or just kind of beverage health and get it down just putting something together that's huge aid might look appealing doesn't mean it's actually tasty doesn't mean somebody's gonna wanna actually take it on and it could actually impede the ability for somebody to successfully complete it barbecue coming fence while hours making stuff in and then somebody put on it i mean that's ridiculous that enjoy the food that.

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"moe" Discussed on The Moe Train Show

The Moe Train Show

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"moe" Discussed on The Moe Train Show

"Youtube videos the places you've been the people you've met in the things you've got to do that alone would would definitely seem to make it worth about benefits of people just drivers while videos all the restaurant for people with met at the red cross that were often believe that that's been the mate everybody in general getting now that we have all have faced while it will communicate and follow these other with free yeah that's got to be pretty cool to run into subscribers cayenne watch your channel big to meet you you know you talk to face to face that's gotta be pretty nifty i'll be out at missouri state out town drinking a couple of years or whatever then somebody come up upload elect night that faith when somebody like i recognize this guy but i'm not yeah no fix it up like that connick look i know i know that guy but i can't wear well we've got a bunch of get on facebook and stuff so some people they don't really watch videos on the channel but somebody wanted their friends showed one of videos they watch that but that some cases where that through like i recognize you somewhere yeah like facebook city of your reputation is definitely out blown up and continues to grow so that's probably something that's going to be pretty normal i'm sure it was your videos on how to for you know this kind of challenge for that kind of challenge because when i was going to do my first one no clue how people did this so i literally took word for word step by step what your tactics work for how to get ready for challenges in it worked for my first three formal challenges so then i doctored it up a little bit and kept watching videos and it continued to work even better so i stayed with your strategies for how to get ready and prepare for challenges from day one what strategies are tactics to you consistently use for challenges i know like you used gestured enzymes which i did too but what else are what what else do you do pretty routinely to get ready for a challenge the elven fan before i went to my first food phillips then thankfully nothing on the internet that i was able to take us order to train for that i challenge so that's kind of what provoked both create randy campell dot com and then eventually led the challenges dot com dame story mad how that mets mets use pets offering defend fell about for burder challenge up in what's up and then contacted me when he found out i needed help with videos really all fruit salad steps and stuff all the things that i do already food challenders dot com i don't stay in as much that you back in the day my overall face stomach capacity of bigger and i don't really need to like five or six through challen five one hours before be my max out meal back in kansas city live all you can phthalate bars plowed reciting much fruits vegetables like then maybe have a quart of water top of all that just expect my stomach and then over the twenty hours ten of all out makes so much stomach with empty just ready to eat but with the digestive enzymes we met filthy those your body's not net pasta seven pounds of food that they don't help increase capacity that roy through like that but they kind of make sure that i feel better a half hour an hour afterwards while the fact i took that one right from your book hold a six seven pound fruit and vegetable salad the night before he got a challenge the next day that morning early afternoon and then a bunch of water your stuffed but it digests so quick and easy gets out of your system and that proved successful for me each and every time the book of the out of the dot com youtube channel as well yeah note for the listeners there you go don't go into a challenge blind at least have.

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"moe" Discussed on The Moe Train Show

The Moe Train Show

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"moe" Discussed on The Moe Train Show

"You are listening to joshua hockett and big bites podcasts very very excited all right ladies and gentlemen this is josh hock it again coming from saint louis missouri and for week two of our special feature of the big bite here on down to feast i've got randy san tell again this being the second one it's a ron because last week like eric randy's one of the few competitive eaters there's only about two more than actually get on the show here that i have met in got to know face to face i've seen them compete number of times that pretty well established what caliber of competitive eater they are when you get to see it live versus you know some of the youtube videos in whatnot randy and i both lived in columbia missouri for about a two year period while i was at mizzou a strength conditioning coordinator you just live there at the time correct or were you attending school yourself impaired senate i traveled the columbia book of calendars stand up grants it's actually he's going to be on later today i'll be doing interview with him and i think he's laugh what the phd heavily the first and only hd i might have on the side the center so why don't you tell us about your you know like how old are you where yet now what are you doing reading said the professor lita thirty one years old started back in two thousand ten after doing twenty eight feet patel and lewis called the pointer solex with my buddy and i won five hundred dollars eating the and and just on the what time limit but now ford five hundred forty nine win in twenty countries and then forty seven states we have a youtube channel coastal media's randy fans out will we post all of our videos but that's kind of where that success is coming from now we've got over three hundred seventy thousand youtube subscribers so things are going well but we go all around and just do tail injuries and don't be too many eating contests but mostly focus on the through town his and traveling all around and it's been a lot of fun i also owned and operated the website through challenges dot com which mostly favors pretty much database for people to find food challenges and then defined a whole bunch of articles with phipps and strategy drives for people wanting to train strategize dominate through challenges two things that i wanna go just a little bit deeper and because i'm particular with this you said you stay with food challenges versus eating contests can you define what the differences because a lot of people think is soon as you say you do a food challenge they soon that you do nathan's hot dog eating style contest also a lot pretty much just like on man versus food this show where somebody has one hour finish five pound burger or a seven pound burrito further restaurants rules and if they win is typical prize is to get the mail three maybe sweet minutes following the wall of fame tells pretty much by yourself it's just man versus food with eating.

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12:43 min | 3 years ago

"moe" Discussed on The Moe Train Show

"Twenty. Going going. She made it twenty beats killing. T- that about right now out mother upset. The standard here tonight goes set the record. Fifty feet fifty five feet right now. Seventy five. We're going to there at the L V show she still going to be. Good. Oh my God. On. Off. Whose idea was. Tell you what you your new trend? I'm telling you that's my style baby. That's my style baby shit. Shit. Ship crazy ship bitches and shit. Bitches ain't shit. You piss him. She didn't. She might have been taking do. Tonight'd. So. Interviewing a bit. I'll tell you what every time I listen to that recording cracks me the hell up. If it sounds crazy. It certainly was because we smuggling handle Botka and we're Rippin shos threw out the tool show, and there was the insanity of inaugural interview into mother fucking pit. I know you guys are just as biggest parties as VR and if you guys need that one soundtrack to get your party Gillan, make sure you together illegal art dot net and go pick up girl, talks, nitric, mood swings, trucks crew has mitts Huns amuses here, but I gotta say there is no one better to party with than the man, Gregg, Gillis, aka girl. Talk. Go back to bonnaroo. We were going to do the interview. I guess it was about four months ago almost to the day. We ended up actually just drinking and ending up the tool show. That was the best interview I've ever had. You call. Yeah, that was the same. I gotta say that night and being onstage during your set was probably the most memory I will wash Vlasic because I think before we ran into you guys kind of just not really doing much checking out some Chillan and then once you hooked up you guys at SICOM when the party started for turn very slop. I'll know we've told ya Andrews kind of puking out the window, the whole ride back to the hotel. Oh, by the way I told you earlier that there was a rumor that you're doing another show in Philly. That is total rumor, I think so. I mean, the funny thing is I don't have a manager and I just like management have guy books. My show's been very, like, do it yourself, but I'm also like fairly busy enough that I've Lucia things for usually. Right. So it could be happening. I have no idea, but I don't think so. Normally like it takes me while to put together like sets music norm. I try to play spots, you know, once to twice a year. So it's various a little bit because it's not. It's not like a standard teaching come out. Well, this was totally different than the Bonner. I right. Yeah. I mean, I really kind of promise of on that just so like people who come out six months later in here, like whole new set of lake remix and whatnot speed Boehner. Would you what that that was? Great. To be honest, I really wasn't expecting that crowd to be as her sept- of is a work. I like a lot of those bands, but to me, moderate the stereotype is kind of like jam Memphis, or which I guess it's outgrown that clearly. Yeah, just had. No idea. You know what I mean has kind of different vibe than probably a lot of my normal crowds now, just prior to this show was just thinking, you know, I have no idea that tank. You know, this could be not the crowd for Putin. That was the most receptive vessel. I play too great. There's probably what ten thousand plus people there. Yeah, it was. I mean, that's a whole different vibe. I mean, playing the club shows is really, you know where I'm comfortable at to kind of jam, but that is on some other shit or it's just you can look out there and see like thousands of people kind of moving the others. Like in same thing, we've had tons of famous people say the B sides, the Motrin strikes crew. You know, it's hard hard. The top that. Choi parasol. Harry ferrall came out here for all. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I didn't really expect that. 'cause I mean, people come on the stage has become a part of the show. I've never really planned it. I'll just start happening and people saw it, and then people want to do every show says, really finding because Coachella kind of has that LA celebrity vibe. So it was pretty funny to me that actual celebrities partook in like what everyone else normally does. Yeah, habit verge is actually had no idea. I actually like him staring in computer pre intently, and I'm clicking the Mauser fifteen seconds. So I was in zone. And then as soon as I've done in rows like man, Paerson was danton right next was like messing with me. You know what I mean? Because it seem very funny but check the YouTube and only could clearly see you're up. There was kind of crazy festival tour and then you start on your own sore out most of your shows, aren't you? Yeah, this is crazy because the Paseo headed day job nine to five time. So I had the scheduler, rod fly out every Friday, Saturday, and do shows, and then get back to work and. I did that for like a hundred shows lash out working nine to five. So it was like every single weekend too. I just put my job three months ago. And this is like day six of my first extended tour two years, which is somebody used to my friends all time when we had less of a falling, we'd drive around play to ten people receive a good time. So it's cool because all the bands playing with my buddies. And you know, we're actually driving everyone. We have shows every night. So it's been insane for me because I'm various to dislike having every time I form be a party. I don't like fake it. I really like to get drunk. The audience is going, get your. I like the, you know, actual sweat, enjoy it, you know? So it's not to do it every night. It's like I'm having a good time so far, but we'll see, you know, two weeks of stall the stamina, sweating it out before the said. We were all in the back room, getting drunk by the middle of holy shit consumer. I've, I've almost never finished set feeling drunk at all. Yeah. Yeah. I usually have a few drinks before I play, you know, depending on the show. But yeah, it's really sweats it out. I mean, the only time it goes down. I mean, I did actually the two shows in New York on Saturday, and it was an early Shenley show in the late show just was so the botches just because ever replayed a show, you know, you know what I mean? And people were just feeding me drinks on sage and that was ever remember being very, you know, kind of out of it by the end of actually I wasn't you get through school, man. I was. I was talking to Maureen hus- stop in the music too. I really wanted to talk at all these, like I'd all these epic things to say. All right. Right, exactly. But at school, by the end, the set I actually was trying to order thirty two Keila shots for the people on stage. They would not do because it's an eighteen up show and they need to see thirty risk baths and lucky. 'cause I think two shots for eight dollars in that night. So a heavy heavy hit. You live in a double effort that people that you're working with, didn't know what's your deal was the weekends? There's rocket on the weekends and go back to work and you're in the lab did like biomedical engineer title. So, yeah, I really had a double life, Ron. I, you know, I didn't tell them about the music thing at first because it when I started, you know, wasn't as big of a deal encompassing my whole life. Yeah. And then once it kind of finally took office too late, like all sun a year and a half into be like, well, actually played his laptop newsroom mixes on the Torah, been very weird for them. So I just never told them. So I was really like holding this crazy secret is kind of weird. You know, to me it was like a big social lie. You know, like a kind of like funny, like Seinfeld, curb your weird thing. So maybe I read on the internet. You did a show and then maybe you guys had like beefed with a Lloyd banks camp or something. Yeah, yeah, I so this is like I mean, to put this in perspective, you know, I've been doing this music for a while. And it used to be a very on the ground thing, you know? And it's like last summer. Some reviews went down and I got like popular rose very quickly for me. So I kinda went to plank from ten people to, you know, hundreds of people overnight. And one of the first things that happens was it went down around late last summer, said the VM as MTV video music words go last summer last last year. You know, it always goes on September and sublime her magazine asked me to come out and play their party. You know, kind of not really knowing what the deal is. Just hear my album. They heard good reviews and stuff. So the party was hosted by like fifty cent. Nello. Cool. J was like a show up like MTV VM after like full blown. You know what I mean? They asked me to play it. Right? And the artists performing me and ceelo doing an full of Nawroz Barkley. So they had this VIP room in it was just see low and I and like he had his crew at my buddies and we just hang out. You know what I mean? He was cool gun took pictures. All my friends are all kind of geeking out from and stuff, and he was really comfortable with it. So I played my send my thing and it was cool. And then after his late night, like of course, all my friends, he's getting wasted like free alcohol like celebrities and we're just like these idiots, like ripped jeans. And you know what I mean? So like we're having a good time. And at the end of the night, a room was kind of overlooking the whole dance floor. And I think one of the guys with, I still don't know if he spilled water through water waste wasted, just like a combination of it. But one way or another water went out of that window and onto the dance floor. And I guess it went all right. And the thing was he did it and he didn't tell anyone. So we all talking, no one saw him do it. No one knew he did it and then five minutes later, Lloyd banks walks in the room and we had just seen this huge cardboard cutout him on the street with this huge medallion. He walking with that same exact medallion on. I'm just like, holy shit. It's lead banks. He's in my room. You know, our. Yeah, he's just like who through the water and we're all just like we have no idea where you're talking. We honestly didn't know. You know, my one buddy who did it silent Nicole Nery you know he and he's just like threw all sudden like his entourage showed up the room and it was like destroyed banks plus like GE crew. You know what I mean? Yeah, exactly. Some big dudes and we're just like hanging out. It was funny because security actually came in technically it was like my room so they kicked him out of my VIP room. You know what I mean? But they looked over. My friend was throwing up in the bathroom and they're just like, this is out of control. You guys all gotta go kick the sell out, and I tried to like apologize on the floor and his security guards are not having. So pretty. Brush that you know some serious G unit crew. I got. Definitely turned out for the worst. It was pretty weird. Man. I see felt like a flight was going to go down. And I think I honestly can say, I think we would have got handled pretty. I wished him Excelsior. Was there. We a little old up brush with death. You got a brush with death. Recently I on and I was on your my space. I read your blog about the plane flight. Oh, yeah, salute. I am struck a personal note with me because I'm deathly afraid of flying like, see, I'm calling with flight really afraid to fly hours reading the story. And I was like, I felt like I was getting goosebumps. Never. It's 'cause I mean, I, I've been flying a lot issues. I felt like anything. Dude, enough edge. It was like, I don't care, but that was very weird. I mean, they announced that we are going to have to land out the landing gear and they couldn't get it working. And we are in our late. We'd have been circling the airport and you know everyone was kind of freaking out and it was a bizarre because like. No one knows what actually goes down this planes before they rack and they know they're going to act. I was reading his blog. He seriously said that they announced brace yourself emergency landing. Yeah, is you never know? Because it's like you see in the movies, but like you couldn't tell whether this was just being cautious or if this is the real deal and some people are. It was the real deal. It totally was the real deal in. Luckily they got there about the land without any landing gear. Meaning like we're just like sliding this big piece of metal every every time a plane slides down. Yeah, I was like Jesus. Christ could be dying right now, you know, intense. But last minute else, they got it working with. They're still like we're not one hundred percents is still brace yourself. And when we put in there is you know, fire department police and like everyone was clapping. People hugging, like never experiencing. Don't like we're going down. It was really intense.

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"moe" Discussed on The Moe Train Show

The Moe Train Show

05:12 min | 3 years ago

"moe" Discussed on The Moe Train Show

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"moe" Discussed on The Moe Train Show

The Moe Train Show

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"moe" Discussed on The Moe Train Show

"You're listening. Train show. What's going on. Everyone in the train coming at you with a quick little food review. You know, I'd never been shake shack. I've heard it's the mecca of burgers, the mecca of shakes, but you know, the train isn't the anyone word for. I hadn't tried out for myself. So I went to the new location in Roman Delaware hours rating dominate some burners. So I walked in the mid was little wall. You know what I think I thought of welcomed the mos- yet kind of had that feel to it. So anyway, I look to the Banya checks and stuff down. I have one to get the shrew murder all the mushrooms, stinky cheese. That's not shits. I switched a went with a smoke shack, a cheeseburger, top with apple would smoke beacon chop cherry peppers and shock songs. Not Shaquille O'Neal sauce. So order that Orson fries. And I saw the actually alcohol. I had to go with shake, shake, shake. So you'll black and white malt chic. Then of course, was waiting for my food to come out. I had dominate some loose ball, but when that black and white malt came out, it was green delicious. That late net flavor S a one to one of those apple pie shakes. No other side, not fattest in this. That's a rarity. All right. Let's talk about the smoke Schalk burger man. It was delicious what it was tiny and expensive. I know. I know. I know you gotta pay for quality, but man, it was so small my hand. I could have torn up further in less than ten seconds and no problem. It's what spending, what the Baltimore burger, Tom, Tom. With the mute quality was awesome. Very, very high clog. The red pepper was Tangy in that special sauces compliment, but I had to nibble on that damn thing like I was a rabbit. It was so damn small exact. You cannot have annoyed, but no one time get another one. So I said, screw it to shake shack. I appreciate the qualm. I appreciate the finer thing, but man, Jake's way back bigger, more toppings. Sorry, shake shack, you lose? No, I wouldn't go back to shake shack, but wait L near said, dude, you should've got shack stack, so I might have to go back just to try that when he wondered this is new, bro. If it sucks. I'm coming after you. So the mode train says, shake shack, your quality shakes awesome, but they're chew them small. So on the key or poor scale, your half key and a half. Four, everyone makes sure good. Check on Motrin, eats dot com. And the new site mode trains showed dot com. Coming up soon. It'll be a combination of the motoring eats world competitive eating food. The music side for mo- trains tracks in the Mottram show. It also have random ransom the train and tons of podcast. So make sure you subscribe to the train show when I tunes Spotify tune in radio and anywhere you can find podcast. This is Monte mode trained weird laga. Thanks again for listening and be on the lookout, the absolute best interviews you ever heard in your life in the number one interview human game. MO trains tracks in the Motrin show dominance.

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