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Life's a breach

Today, Explained

16:49 min | 1 year ago

Life's a breach

"Here's a question do your career goals require you to take a standardized test like the G._R._e.. Or the G. Mat or the the L. sat or the mcat or the S._A._T.. Visit Magoo DOT COM and enter the Promo Code today for four fifteen percent off discount for their test prep. That's an A. G. O. O. S. H. DOT COM <music> Russell Brand Amir policy editor at the verge Monday night. The world found out about another huge hundred million plus plus data breach. Could you tell the people what happened Russell. Yes so capital one. You may know their their credit card ads on T._v.. What's in your wallet or their arena arena in Washington D._C.? Also also very true so essentially they were storing in some data on Amazon cloud server not unusual and it turned out that it was sort of MIS configured more than one hundred million capital one credit card customers Mars and applicants across the U._S. and Canada have been affected by a massive data breach. This is one of the biggest breaches of financial institution ever. This is what they're saying yeah. I mean it's sort of all in how you look at it. There's data from more than one hundred million credit applications right so this is sort of the thing that they mail to you and you mail back yeah. Capital one was quick to say that it wasn't that many social security numbers there was only one hundred and forty thousand U._S.. Social Security the numbers and eighty thousand bank account numbers and about a million social insurance numbers which are sort of the Canadian equivalent of the social security number. I mean that's still a a lot of people but it's not really as impressive as leading with hundred million thing so do we know who did this. At all. Show a person has been charged urged with doing this a page Thompson is a former employee of Amazon web services. They say she left an extensive digital footprint of her alleged crime on the Internet including bragging about what she did online she was just hosting it on get hub which is not usually what hackers do in this situation like. Usually you kind of want to keep it secret and have people pay you for if you're trying to make lots of money get hub where like all the hackers hanging get hub is just sort of a boring place where people put their coding projects and anyone can go there air so I mean when capital and found out about this basically the email they got in their responsible disclosure in box was hey look at this Gitta page and then had a link to the getup ages like that that doesn't seem right but it was just sort of out there in the open I feel like if she had had some nefarious purpose to it. Either there. We would have seen it anonymously out there with some manifesto or it would have been sold quietly in the sort of underground marketplaces where people will pay money for this stuff and so neither of those happen kind of raises questions about what our thought process was in doing this surveillance video shows federal agents arriving to page Thompsons thompsons Beacon Hill home in Seattle early Monday morning the thirty-three-year-old placed under arrest accused of hacking into capital one system. How unusual unusual is it to sort of apprehend a suspect so quickly after finding out something like this happened and for it to just be like a single hacker who <unk> who maybe doesn't even have a real motive well often use your sort Connected to the person's name is pretty unusual. Should it be concerning that this one person who maybe didn't even want to do something nefarious. I didn't have a very hard time getting all of this information getting something like a hundred and six million credit card applications well yeah. I mean so this is not supposed to happen like evidently this was this was goof is the technical term. That's what they call them the business. This is a goof. That's what they call this. This is a goof yeah I would. I would say it was a major severe goof unprecedented goof but also so I mean I I wouldn't downplay her technical sophistication. I mean she was really pretty good at knowing the specific configurations figuration and ways to exploit specific other configurations and she had years earlier actually worked at Amazon which is one of the things people sort of have questions about of did she have some special knowledge of how to do this but I mean very often. People are just bad at setting these things up and stuff just leaks out so maybe that should be more secure. Maybe we should be taking a closer look at capital one and sort of maybe isn't well. Yeah definitely yeah definitely really capital. One is in some trouble here. Is this just the new normal that we should expect like what we submit things to banks and official institutions that have all of our information and protect our money our credit our financial well being that this stuff is vulnerable and can just get easily easily and randomly hacked. I mean yeah like I think fundamentally. If you are filling out a form and you are submitting it to do a large corporation I mean any corporation. You should probably figure that that information is potentially going. GotTa Get out there. The real concern is the social security numbers because that is the raw material for identity theft and it's not just I have the social security number have the keys to the kingdom but okay if I have a recent address from the person and I know southern full name and I know their social security number and I know a couple other things I can probably fill out a loan application that no one will look too <unk> closely at and maybe if I put in my address instead of their address they'll just figure the person moved and you know credit card. Companies are always sort sort of looking out for this but at the same time they don't WanNa make it too hard to apply for a credit card because that's their business and so yeah it's tricky I I mean if we're trusting the banks and the credit agencies to take care of her information and they're not what can people do in the meantime to keep their information secure actually probably the best thing you can do is get a credit freeze that will just say do not let anyone apply for anything in my name until I sort of call you up and give you this these special four digits the other thing you can do. It's a little bit less intense. Is You just get credit monitoring where they're looking. They'll say oh well. Actually this person just applied for credit card with a different address was that you was that not you and they'll sort of be watching more closely. I I usually costs money but actually if you were in one of the recent breaches they might be offering it for free. The Russell's talking about equifax right now because right now equifax is facing the music for its big huge breach from a few years ago the consequences for big corporations that don't take care of your personal information after the break <music> back in my day. When you wanted to do test prep for one of these G. Mat G._R._e.? L Sat mcat S._A._T.. Situations you had to like go somewhere to to a class but with Magoche. 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Equifax is one of the companies that's doing the a credit monitoring the credit freeze. Is there sort of maintaining the credit information on anyone who's applying for credit in twenty seventeen they announced announced that they'd had a data breach of one hundred forty seven million people and it was very very bad and so in the years since that <hes> the F._T._C. The federal trade commission has has been suing them and sort of trying to make the American consumer whole is sort of just compensate the people who were part of that which which is basically everyone and so that happened they finally got the settlement came in. There's a website equifax breach settlement dot com or you can sort of put in the last six digits of your social security number because you shouldn't be as we covered earlier. He shouldn't be putting your social security number into random websites but yes so you can go to that site. If if you were in the breach you're entitled to compensation and it will give you this kind of choice about how you want that compensation to work. What's the choice? What do you actually get so either? You can get the credit monitoring which conveniently Equifax is in the business of providing way as an apology for letting all of your information nation out into the open they will bother to your credit for you for free yeah. I mean it's not like as an apology. It's like if I like hit your car aw any crushed up the bumper and I'd be like you know what new bumper on me and it's not like. You're supposed to be happy about it but you're supposed to. I'd be like okay that was that's good enough fair but isn't it kind of not like that because it's like if you borrowed my car and like broke it and then you're like let me continue. Can you to borrow your car but not break it. It feels more like that well. If I fix it and I tell you that I fixed it and maybe the bumper that I get you isn't isn't exactly the same color as the rest of your car. See so notice it but it's better than like a crushed bumper and you know oh that you're not really going to get anything better for me. Hang would sort of you would like Si- heavily and accept it. I guess I have no other option because I can't People saw on the Internet and lost their minds. Everyone was just like a smash that one hundred twenty five dollars button is that because like sorta feels feels like free money to people who haven't felt the actual tangible effects of having their information breached. I think that's part of it. I think the other thing is that like people are broke. It's hard out there like it's bad. I mean I in New York. I don't know what it's like in D._C.. But if I walked out on the street and I was like Hey I want you to do something. Here's one hundred twenty five dollars it- it's nuts. Are you saying there's a lot of things you would do for one hundred twenty five dollars. Well not me. I'm I'm a wealthy blogger. Sure sure sure sure sure sure sure you know so yeah. One hundred twenty five dollars for this thing that already happened to you and you didn't even notice people are all about it. Is there a chance that people don't get a hundred and twenty five dollars. If say like a ton of people sign lineup for the settlement though yeah so there's a hundred and forty seven million people were affected their estimate is that a little under a quarter of a million people will sign up and if that's the number of people then they'll get one hundred twenty five dollars each but if a million people get the money then they get thirty one dollars and it sort of keeps going down to the point where if absolutely every single person signs signs up they get twenty one cents. What's twenty one cents does a company like Equifax even feel pain here. I mean on one hand. It's twenty one cents to one hundred and twenty five dollars at most and on the other. It's people choosing like yeah monitor my credit for free in which case all they have to really do is provide a service service. They already provide in probably coax you into paying for the service of Benchley for some people I mean. Are they hurting after losing everyone's information to any any of these companies hurt after losing your personal information well. Everybody hurts some time. I think they probably aren't hurting as much as they should be like for me. I look at this and I think why does this company even exist after this their only job was collecting and storing and safely disseminating financial information so if they can't protect it why let them handle it at all yeah yeah. What's the answer to that question? Well I mean 'cause their business and we don't like shutting down businesses for consumer protection reasons in this country like if you want to sort of get a political cause out of it we need to empower the F._T._C. to be harder on these companies and sort of be a more powerful and fearful agency so that when they're in this situation they can really make these things hurt as much as they should. Because I mean fundamentally I think it's still worse for the people who got breached than and it was for Equifax and they weren't even intentionally in a relationship with facts. They didn't decide to buy something from Equifax Equifax just collecting their information ambient ambient because it's that's what it does. The problem is that the breach happened in the first place and how can we make the penalty significant enough. It doesn't happen in the future like that's the long term thing. People weren't like meaningfully damaged that much. 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The Andrew Klavan Show

04:50 min | 1 year ago

BLACK FRIDAY OFFER ALERT!

"Hey everyone it's Andrew Klavan and it's black Friday if you're anything like me you're probably lying on your SOFA. Stuffed with Turkey just disgustingly Justice League fat and Hungover. It's great I love it just reading the joys of the Holly. We're now entering. Officially we are entering entering the Christmas season. which is my favorite season of the year? I am insane for Christmas. We have a rule. I'm so insane for Christmas that my wife wanted to stop playing Christmas music all year long so she rule that Christmas does not begin until Santa Claus reaches macy's now if you're not a New Yorker you don't want to watch the macy's macy's holiday Thanksgiving parade which is a great parade. Santa Claus is the last guy in the parade and the parade starts somewhere on the upper west side of Manhattan and then marches down and he Santa close ends up at macy's and when he ends up in macy's I'm allowed to play Christmas music because if we didn't have that rule I would play Christmas music all year long. I mean a lot of people talk about. Oh it's too early for Christmas. Why do we have to go into Christmas? Forget it I'm gone. I'm gone the minute beat. Santa Rich's macy's on done and I would. I would be done before that if I could get away with it but I just can't and I've always loved. Christmas is always been an incredibly important holiday for me. People complain about it they complain about the commercialization of it. They complain thing that Santa Claus and Santa Claus was made up by the Coca Cola Company. I'm like bring it on. Bring it all on. I love it all. 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Death behind bars

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21:45 min | 1 year ago

Death behind bars

"I took the outset once and now i'm the host of a podcast so if you want to have better luck than i did magoo dot com m. a. g. o. Oh s. h. Dot com they wanna help you with your test prep and they're offering fifteen percent off today. Explain listeners right now. The promo code is today. The north senior reporter vox jeffrey epstein is dead. What do we know so. There's a lot that we don't know but there is a little that we know he. He was found dead on saturday morning in the jail in manhattan where he was being held awaiting trial he was facing up to forty eighty five years in federal prison if he was convicted on the sex trafficking charges and from reports that we're getting so far it appears that he had hanged named himself. Can you tell me a little bit more about this facility. He was being held the metropolitan correctional center in manhattan. Yes so it's in lower manhattan. It's actually kind kind of a notorious facility. It's also where infamous drug lord el chapo guzman was held on. He referred to being held there as torture so the conditions are are notoriously not great. It's had problems with staffing. It's had problems with overcrowding. It's had problems with violence with unsanitary conditions so as you know by all accounts not a pleasant place to be in that was in the same facility. I believe that reports came out several weeks ago. That epstein had tried to end his life. Is that right. That's correct correct so few weeks ago. Jail authorities found epstein injured in his cell and it was a little unclear from initial reports whether he had tried to harm himself zolfo. Maybe someone else had tried to harm him. Whatever the case the authorities did put him on suicide watch and so for a time he was being specifically monitored to make sure or he didn't try to harm himself and do we know if he was still on suicide. Watch this weekend. When he took his own life. He'd actually been taken off suicide watch. This was of course the big question that a lot. A lot of people had following his death. This is someone who had maybe tried to harm himself. Wasn't he on suicide watch. How could this happen but in fact a few days prior to his death. He'd been taken off suicide. Watch you know details about this or still kind of coming out but it appears that he actually had been taken off at the request of his attorneys some sources retelling the wall street journal turn all the day his lawyers had actually asked him to be taken off boat over. The casey wasn't on formal suicide watch when he died. Was there any kind of monitoring going on at the time <hes> he did this. Were there cameras. Were there guards coming by anything like that. He was supposed to be monitored so even though he wasn't formally on suicide watch jail policies would dictate dictate that for a prisoner who'd been on suicide watch. There were a couple of safeguards that we're supposed to be in place. He was supposed to have a cellmate. The theory there is that someone who may have have been suicidal should have companionship and it's also someone who can frankly just watch that person but his cellmate had left the cell at the time of his death apparently for some kind of appointment guards were also supposed to be checking on epstein believe every half hour but it appears they hadn't done so in the hours leading up to his death and the little bit unclear unclear. Why but you know they're staffing problems. Some of the guards were supposed to be checking on him. You know we're working overtime. One of them had worked overtime for for four or five days in a row so it's possible that some of these jail staffing issues may have contributed to the fact that he wasn't necessarily checked on the way he was supposed to be attorney. General william bar appears to be very upset about this we will get to at the bottom of what happened and there will be accountability but let me assure you that this case will continue on against anyone who was complicit with epstein any co conspirators should not rest easy. The victims deserve the justice and they will get it. Do we know if there's going to be an investigation into how such a high profile prisoner was left to his own devices aces. Oh yes there's multiple investigations that are going to happen the f._b._i. Is investigating the attorney. General has called on the department of justice to investigate several members of congress brisa called for a congressional investigation and it's really like bipartisan calls for this so everybody from representative of cossio cortez new york of course is a democrat to republicans guns in florida. Really everybody wants congress. Look into this and this happened. Soon after documents were unsealed on friday that connected a lot more people to epstein. That sort sort of revealed a lot more details what we're in those documents. These documents had been really <hes> keenly-anticipated for days. Everybody kind of knew that they were about to be released. It's too and they have to do with a defamation case filed in two thousand fifteen by a woman named virginia roberts jofre and she's claimed the jeffrey epstein kept her enslaved saved as a teenager and sexually abused her along with other girls. All you do is obey. That's it and eventually led to well now. We're going to experiment experiment and we're gonna try with another guy and see how you go so they sent me to an island with a professor and i basically had to do what i it did for jeffrey for him so it's very private. It's the perfect world for a billionaire getting away with what he was doing. There was so much anticipation around these documents. People were saying oh you know they're going to implicate president trump. They're going to implicate bill clinton. They're going to implicate every powerful man in the entire country country and they weren't quite as explosive as i think some people had expected they did include some allegations by the women in question that she was instructed acted by gillan maxwell who has epstein sort of associate to have sex with former new mexico governor bill richardson former u._s. Senator george mitchell will there were some allegations in the documents concerning prince andrew the duke of york. All of these prominent men have denied these allegations. It wasn't quite to the level of revelation that i think some people were expecting. It's more deepening the case around epstein deepening the case around this woman john maxwell and really showing you know the level will end specificity of allegations that women have brought really against both these people. I guess considering the proximity to win. These documents were released though it's no surprise that the internet was teeming with conspiracy theories since the news broke that he was dead and then you couple the fact that he had connections to the current president former president the bill clinton is more information going to come out about exactly how vast epsteins operation was what his connections were to these other men or does his death mean that people will never know you know his death will complicate matters certainly to some degree. The most basic thing that will happen is obviously. He can't stand trial l. anymore so some of the women who say that he abused them. They're not going to have the chance to face them in court and they're not going to see him sentenced but that doesn't mean that we can't can't as the american public still find out a lot about what happened a lot about people who might have been involved other than epstein a lot about people who might have looked the other way. There's is a criminal investigation in new york. That's still ongoing even though epstein instead the u._s. Attorney in manhattan jeffrey berman put out a statement on saturday really letting everyone know that his office is going to keep working on the case he said our investigation of the conduct charged in the indictment which includes a conspiracy count remains ongoing and it's significant that he kinda mentioned conspiracy counts so when epstein was arrested earlier this summer when he was charged he was charged with sex trafficking and then he was also charged urged with conspiracy to engage in straffing <hes> not conspiracy count implies there are other people involved and so i wouldn't be surprised to see charges and certainly only to see ongoing investigation in the coming months. Have you spoken to any of epstein's accusers. Do you know how they feel right now so i haven't spoken to his accusers personally but i actually just this morning <hes> spoke with lisa bloom who is an attorney representing two women who say they were abused by jeffrey epstein on the asked her. How are these women feeling right now now that he's dead and she said they had two very different reactions. One of them was really angry. She wanted to see epstein. Epstein brought to justice and it's not gonna happen now but the other one she said was actually relieved because even though obscene was in jail. This woman was still really worried. He could somehow hurt her and now she knows he can't hurt her anymore and he can't hurt anyone else so there was for that woman just sort of a sense of relief and find out about staff <music> <music> <music> while some jeffrey scenes accusers feel like they just lost their shot at justice. His death is unexpectedly shining a light on a totally different issue <music> conditions in america's jails. That's an minute onto explained <music>. <music> <music> studying for standardized tests doesn't have to be stressful expensive or boring. Just take a look magoo's for starters. They're called magoo magoo. Sh like m. a. g. o. s. h. mugu. 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Believe it or not part of the problem here is that jails and prisons do such a lousy job of reporting reporting the information. The latest we have is that it is a huge problem especially in jails which are of course more transitory than prisons and typically typically jails. Don't have the sort of mental health infrastructures that you really need if you're going to prevent people who may be suicidal from actually acting on their impulses. Do we have any numbers from any recent year. I think the most recent numbers are from two thousand fourteen believe it or not there have been a number of media reports. It's an academic studies done but there are people who die basically every day in jails from suicides. It's an enormous problem at the state level to alabama obama recently in the past year so the enormity of the problem with suicides dare has come to light only because of a lawsuit. That's now in federal court the e._s._p._n. Alleged the department of corrections is still not meeting the basic mental health needs of vulnerable prisoners despite a federal court order to take accent just just in the past week or so there are new reports about the extent of the problem in georgia at the local jail level and at the state level the georgia. The department of corrections is investigating inmates death at valdosta state prison. This is the second inmate death about state prison in the past two months and it obviously obviously as we saw over the weekend is a problem is well in the federal bureau of prisons which has a terrible track record of dealing with suicidal prisoners. Do you have any numbers from two thousand fourteen eighteen inch after the number in jails anyway was somewhere between three fifty and four hundred which is a lot. Why don't we have up to date numbers. I think gets for the same reason that we don't really have adequate official numbers about police shootings. The incentives are just not there. I'm sure that every jail official all in a local jail knows precisely how many men and women have committed suicide in particular facility but it's embarrassing information right. It doesn't make anyone look good. A lot of the reporting of these sorts of events is voluntary and so you get numbers that are <hes> late in coming and is it happening in one place more more than another like. We have epstein case where it's happening in the heart of manhattan. Is it also happening in rural kansas in prisons there it is it's happening all over over the country. I remember the story in ohio where this really truly hated. Serial rapists was basically left to kill himself miserable years. They survived three young women summoning every ounce of strength in that house of horrors but ariel castro lasted just one month in one day in prison before apparently taking his own life and then they said oh geez we better it just doesn't look good and everyone was expecting this man to live to be tried and now he's dead and we're going to basically fudge the records. A report released today a also says to prison guards falsified logs documenting their observation of castro in the hours before he killed himself. The report says video indicates that guards failed failed to check on castro at least eight times before he died. That's the sort of attitude that should never happen. There was a case of a young man named billy slagelse will never ever forget who committed suicide hours before prosecutors in his case found evidence that might have exonerated aided him records on a computerized logbook may have been falsified on august fourth the night billy slagle killed himself on death row in the chillicothe correctional institution solution and it was almost like a shakespearean tragedy where had he held on for a few more days might have become aware of the good news essentially and might have <unk> at some point been released from prison so yes it is a nationwide problem and i'm not sure that there are many jurisdictions that have figured out a way to solve it. I remember when whitey bulger's showed up to his prison. I think in west virginia and he was there for like twelve hours before he was brutally beaten and so quickly executed essentially but then i read articles you know where people had spoken to those affected by his crimes in in boston and outside boston and they were happy and i i just wonder. Is there a sense that as a society as a country. We just don't really care what happens to the incarcerated once they're incarcerated law aw i think that there have been books written in the past decade or so about american exceptionalism in terms of punitive feelings punishment what happened to whitey bulger is also part of the same problem here. It was also a federal penitentiary. It was also a scenario where prison officials knew or should have known that there could be trouble. It was a penitentiary. I think in west virginia was notorious for problems and there has been sort of a scandal in the wake of it. I think the same thing's going to happen here. You have a lot of the same elements but i don't think that the bureau prison suddenly as a result of this this episode is going to turn around and spend a ton of money making sure that mental health treatment is better for inmates or that you know the prisons are are fully staffed and operational although that should happen. I think that there's gonna be an investigation and i think maybe a head or two is going to roll somebody's going to get fired ardo resigned and and then you're going to sort of move on with life what's standing in the way of actually fixing this well. It seems to me okay that if the political will to ensure the safety of prisoners whether they're high profile prisoners like jeffrey epstein or prisoners that no one is going hear about or ever heard of then you make sure that your jails are fully staffed that your prisons are fully staffed that the mental health professionals who are in charge of these prisoners evaluating their mental health are adequately paid and compensated that there are enough of them so that when there is a suicide that should i take place. Two guards who fail to monitor properly are held accountable. If those things were to happen then you wouldn't have the hundreds of inmates suicide besides that you have in prisons and local jails across the country but it has been that way even as people have become more familiar with the problem seems to me that there just isn't the political article will at this point to solve it part of that. I think is americans are particularly punitive when it comes to inmates part of it i think is an attitude among prison staff and jail staff of animosity towards inmates and part of it is just the nature of politics incarceration which even though it's maybe turning around a little bit in the last couple of years still is is as a regressive. It has been for quite some time. Do you think there ever will be that. Political will in america to take better care of its inmates to make sure they serve toll terms instead of being murdered or ending their own lives. I don't know i think one of the open questions here going forward is whether this death which really has shocked people into understanding more about how prisons zain's jails really operate whether it is enough to jolt congress into demanding that the bureau of prisons does a better job and whether it's enough to jolt local jails into using more of the funding they get to prevent these sorts of things from happening. It would seem like an incredible irony of the upshot of jeffrey epstein's case and death death and life is improving prison conditions across america. I agree and i am not sure it's gonna make a difference in the in the end you know one. One of the things that i find fascinating about the reaction to his death is the reaction by the attorney general. I'm shocked shocked to find the gambling is going on. You know right out of casablanca. Casablanca on monday declared that he was shocked shocked at this stuff was happening. I was called and indeed the whole department was and frankly hungry to learn of the m._c._c.'s failure to adequately secure this prisoner. We are now learning of serious irregular at this facility. They're deeply concerning and demand a thorough investigation. If he's paid any attention to congressional testimony over the past decade or two hundreds of news articles about the problem then he would have known that the bureau of prisons has a terrible morale problem and as a terrible problem of under-staffing. It has a terrible problem of people swallowed up in overtime this. This should not be news to the attorney. General janet is news to the attorney general then he's been negligent as well <music> <music> <music> andrew cohn is a senior editor at the marshall project and a fellow at the brennan center for justice. I'm sean robbins firm tom. This is today explained <music> <music> <music> <music> before we go just a reminder that magoo's would like to help you with your upcoming standardized tests. They've got online test. Prep that provides leads you with the tools. You need to get a great score. Study schedules up to date practice questions video lessons support from expert tutors. Check it out at magoo dot com m._a._g._a. o._s._h. 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Whats your beef? Were going to talk about hamburgers

Hungry In Nashville

04:48 min | 1 year ago

Whats your beef? Were going to talk about hamburgers

"Say, aren't you as smart cookie? The fact that you're listening to this program tells me that you're intelligent, curious and ready to learn new things. So take your seat with the rest of the class, and let's get right to today's topic. You think hamburgers come from Hamburg Germany? Well, not so much ground, beef shaped patties did originated Hamburg, but it was called the Hamburg steak and it came without a bun after that your guesses as good as anyone else's as to how hamburgers came into being, there's credible evidence that the Hamburg steak may have been served on a slice of bread there also reports of such thing being served around the same time in Boston in Chicago, there at least four other claims of where and win the hamburger was created. Now, the original was called Hamburg steak, we need to address the issue of steak burgers, those came about in about nineteen twenty and in the nineteen thirties, the steak burger debuted at stake in shakes first location in normal, Illinois. The burger was made up from strip from the T bone steak and sirloin. Most of us know hamburgers because of the Thura of fast food restaurants. That populate ways by the way, the industry doesn't. Like the term fast food it prefers quick service restaurants. I'm not sure who they think they're fooling. But there you are. But back to hamburgers worldwide informal eating out is about a one trillion dollar industry of which seventy five percent is fast food of that seventy five percent. Mcdonald's claims eleven percent that works out to about seventy five hamburgers sold every second in India, cow, meat does a Golder well, with a large portion of the population so you can walk into a McDonalds in India and get the McCurry pan a bread bowl filled with chicken curry in France. You can get a croak Magoo kind of like a croak, Madame around seventy one percent of all beef sold in America's for burgers. And there are an estimated fifty thousand burger joints in the US. The semi you want to make great burgers at home. There's a host of advice on how to do it a great burger starts with great meat. And the recommendation is for eighty percent meat to twenty percent fat go at any leaner than that. And the burger just won't hold together when it comes to seasonings simply salt and pepper seems to be the favourite, soap you should probably stick with that. There are different ways you could make a petty, mostly you grab a chunk of hamburger and flatten it, but don't pack too tightly or it'll be tough. Once you've made the Patty's some advise that you pop them in the fridge for at least fifteen minutes or so, to firm them up. Then there's the question of the dimple, the thinking is that if you use your thumb to press down in the center of the burger creating a dimple than the burger won't rise so much that you can't put all the other stuff on top. When it's time to cook, get a pan. Scorching hot cast iron seems to be the favourite, then dropped the patties into it, then leave them alone. Don't. Press on them. Don't look underneath just give them time to Brown and get a nice crust. When you've got that flipped him over and cook them to your desired level of done this. Now, if you wanna diner hamburger, you should forget nearly everything I just told you when you're ready to make your burgers, roll the meat into little balls drop those into your scorching hot Skillet with butter and garlic than press them down with your spatula, get a really solid crust on them and flip them over regardless of the method. If you wanna cheeseburger, and who wouldn't put the cheese on when you flip the burger, then covered with the stainless steel bowl trap to heat. The cheese will go all melting. So now when it comes to hamburgers, you're a smart cookie. Hungry. Nashville is brought to you by out of my pocket. Productions this copyrighted twenty nineteen by me, Jim Grinstead, you can listen to Hungary in Nashville on our website, hungry. Nashville dot com on apple podcasts Google play, or wherever you get your podcast. Thanks for listening and may you eat well.

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How to Determine a Search Marketing Tech Stack That Works -- Garrett Mehrguth // Directive

Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

13:42 min | 5 d ago

How to Determine a Search Marketing Tech Stack That Works -- Garrett Mehrguth // Directive

"Bridge toll california customer service number highway miles to the gallon. Ford focus highland cave rescue operation. What is madness fest. Wine bars in san carlos california best western hotels out rinaldi. What happened with begrudge wedding. Should i down. I series to check on other email clients. Identify funds dried style shreeves. Welcome to the voices of search podcast. Today we're going to discuss thinking about. Seo strategy from a general marketing strategy perspective joining us today as garrett magoo who is the ceo of directive consulting which is a be an enterprise search marketing agency the companies trust to scale their business directive supports customers with seo ppc content marketing and social media driven by powerful analytics and a dedicated team of specialists. So far this week at. I have talked about how to determine your totally addressable market for your seo campaigns understanding who. You're actually reaching with those campaigns and today we're gonna talk about determining whether you have the right search marketing tech stack but before we get started. I want to remind you that this podcast is brought to you. By the marketing team at search metrics they are a team of seo's content marketers and data scientists that use a comprehensive suite of software and services to deliver data and insights that enable marketers to reach their search engine optimization and content marketing goals. If you're looking to evaluate your historical performance identify problem areas that are slowing growth or implement of foundation for sustainable success with your search marketing and content marketing efforts head over to search metrics dot com search metrics simplifying digital commerce for the world's smartest marketers. Okay on with the show. Here's my conversation with garrett magoo founder of directive consulting care. Welcome back to the voices of search podcast by to be here excited south. You excited to wrap up our conversation just to recap for anybody who hasn't heard it so far this week gear and i have talked about how to understand how many people you're trying to reach with. Seo campaigns a really broad topic that most business strategist and general marketers. Think about how big of a campaign to. I need to run and yesterday we talked about understanding the people that you're reaching really determining they are in that totally addressable market. If you're getting a million visits per month how many people are you reaching and how many of them are actually potential customers. and today. we're gonna talk about some of the technologies behind that so dear when you start thinking about your seo tool kits. There's a wide variety of services. Everything from the ten to twenty five dollars point solutions all the way up to the enterprise level tens of thousands of dollars for some sast products. That are more all encompassing. How do you figure out what's right for you. And how do you figure out what technology actually needs to be an effective seo. Yeah i love that it. just all. Depends on your bowls right. So i think the of you've got a bb chronics got segmented audience and let's say sales development. What do marketing is gonna be different than. If i'm running a low cost beat assise ask company with south on boarding and really high volume of clients go daddy ear driss something like that can cared to if i'm marquette or hotspot maybe and i'm selling a little more enterprise platform so i do. It's important understand like who you are and then base your strategies off that. I don't think enough people actually pause and think about who trying to sell to. And how do we want to reach those people. Instead of just how do i ran for more keywords and then wondering why you right for more key. Words jenner generate more opportunities deals on revenue. Because you know if you separate traffic for revenue you really separate reality from everything you're doing and that's why your budgets aren't going up that's why you're not getting the respect you want as a search marketer and things like that and so i think when you take a really fundamentally sound approach on strategy of business marketing and audience. That's you can choose. Also your tech stack really well so obviously the tech stack is going to change depending on what businesses. You're trying to reach. I think that there are some categories right when you are a when you're an smb with an enterprise type business. Your goals are most of the time the same. Obviously there's a to b. and b. two c. Other ways to this. How do you figure out what you should be investing. What should you be asking yesterday. We talked about implementing clear bit an abm solutions. Just give me a sense of the total investment. Just have a rule of thumb for what you should be putting into technology in those three categories. Yeah so i mean on the cool parts about hiring agency is you. Don't have to over invest in your tech stack delivers. So there's kind of like tidbit there. But if i'm doing this in house. I'm trying to choose running agency and i want to know my text app is. We are using some very goal tools here. I think are getting shot up big enough traction so for content we're using a tool called constant harmony and we're also using another tool called clear scope all these health you with kind of doing content brief sound like topic analysis what keywords you need to include a new concept one arinc. They do a really good job with natural language processing. And we're definitely seeing some success there so on the content side. Do you wanna use like a really nice tool content harmony and clear scope and been great on the technical side. I liked site bold also screaming frogs so both of those are great for calling your site getting those insights guy to choose a platform like a cloud based tool so that i would say like mollahs the emerald dress. I'm gonna choose or as the rush. I think mas is definitely third. Now so i'm gonna go with one of those two and then for link building. We're using one of the buzz buzz. Sumo was dream. I use both. I was getting confused. So that was great for lincoln bing and managing. Essential your outbound. Pr stuff you wanna do you pitch. Boss sumo's better. What we're talking about here are tools that are i. Don't know somewhere between twenty dollars a month. Two hundred and fifty dollars a month that you can cobble together to put a seo strategy together where your understanding how your content is performing and trying to make sure that it's going to rank you're able to do your site analysis you're figuring out who's doing your contents indication force a generally what i'm thinking here is your spending somewhere. Between five hundred to fifteen hundred dollars per month to put together a toolkit and then you get into the smb tools. You mentioned a traffic as he rush. Mas ride there's platforms that you can invest in that are hundreds to thousands of dollars at the enterprise level. There's other sweets like search metrics which are proprietary data preface this with sponsor of the podcast that also come with a services component as. Well how do you figure out which one of those buckets you need to be in whether you should be spending the hundreds of dollars low thousands mid thousands of dollars for just the point solutions a platform or platform and consulting services. Yeah i mean so high. And search my church conductor and right edge now obviously. Those guys have a lot of value in their products. But i'm going to talk specifically about branching doctor. What we've found is that it is great to have a platform that tells you to do all these. Seo do muslim or you. When i found is in house marketer's ended up being professional Wears more than to be professional executor's that is one day. They're doing email the next day. They're doing on page controlling building. Is they're doing pr. But it's hard any traction or depth in any of those things and you don't have enough expertise companies still have brightens your doctor especially for enterprise accounts and then they still need us to do something with the tool in other words. None of these software tools do the show. And so if you don't have time to execute you're probably better off leveraging and agencies to have agency software as agencies should have the software already included. I think to me that's really the point of differentiation. If you're at an early stage company and you're trying to solve individual problems just getting your strategy up and running the point. Solutions are fine right. You don't need your data to all being one platform when you really start to scale and you're doing more sophisticated work when you're really starting to focus on seo strategies and maybe when you're actually have somebody on your team who's going to be dedicated towards seo and content marketing having a platform that has data that can be tracked across. All of your efforts is important. Not having to use a disparate set of tools. Then when you get to the point of your an enterprise company and you have large amounts of content global teams big problems to solve. Seo is really going to be a priority. When you're looking at some of the enterprise solutions what you really need is not just a platform in a platform and then you need some operators to help you manage it and that's where you get into either the search metrics conductor bright edges of the world. Or you start working with one of the other toolkits and you hire an agency to start doing it for you. Gary last thing we talked about was you know using other firms outside of seo technologies to really understand who is coming in through all of your traffic sources. Just give me a minute on. What are some of the solutions that you use to try to understand. Some of the demographic and psychographic data. You're collecting from your marketing efforts. The lincoln navigator is nasa for us. Just because we have lied. I chew zoom info. We've used a lot of different. Data providers zoom info is probably the best data source. They acquired a stubborn or they acquired raging. I think it's the other way i think. Discover dot org acquired zoom info. But yeah and so you have these organizations right. And they're still behind on data accuracy compared to lincoln. The true source of up-to-date information is finally in so lincoln navigators a really powerful way to understand your audience and do outbound sales and then what we like to have essential hog organized that information so we love the hugs spot. I've used marchetto dot but it's definitely the best platform usability execution reporting integration. Connect into salesforce all of that. And then you only count bayside stage. Harmonise is probably the leader right now for just data recording integration usage pricing. All of that as all these terminates in bradenton account bayside willington. Great for the eight aside the audience side and then spots grade for orchestrating and trying to activate what you're firing so that's probably are kind of cicek stacking using salesforce as well see but together. Then you have your the tools you have your roles you have your content tools you have your outreach and link building pools and put together now you need time right and that's the hardest part is actually having the hours available leverage all these tools as tools along. Don't make an impact. And so i think the biggest take boy is making sure you have time to actually leverage tools you have. I think that's important perspective. Is that the tech stack. You need depends on what type of business you're running how much time you have to actually analyze the data and you can invest an invest an invest in technology. If you don't have time to optimize what you're doing based on the data you're collecting. None of that technology actually matters garrett always great to connect with you appreciate you coming on the show and sharing the seo wisdom with us quite a beer. They probably has great all right. That wraps up. This episode of the voices search podcast. Thanks for listening to my conversation with garrett magoo's family of directive consulting. We'd love to continue the conversation with us. So if you're interested in contacting garrett you could find a link to his linked in profile in our show notes you can contact him on twitter where his handle is jima. Guth g. m. e. h. r. g. u. t. h. where he could visit his company's website which is directive consulting dot com a special thanks to search metrics for sponsoring this podcast. If you're looking to evaluate your historical performance identify problem areas that are slowing growth or implemented foundation for sustainable success in your search and content marketing efforts head over to search metrics dot com search metrics simplifying digital commerce for the world's smartest marketers. Just one more lincoln our show notes to tell you about if you didn't have a chance to take notes while you're listening to this podcast head over to voices of search dot com have summaries of all of our episodes contact information for our guest and you can also send us your topic suggestions as oh questions where even apply to be a guest speaker on the voices of search podcast. Of course you can always reach out on. Social media are handle is voices of search on twitter or my personal handle is benjy shop b. j. s. h ap and if you haven't subscribed yet you wanna daily stream of seo content marketing insights in your podcast feed. We're going to publish episode every day during the workweek so at that. Subscribe button on your podcast app. And we'll be back in your tomorrow morning. all right. that's it for today until next time. Remember the answers are always in the.

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Determining an SEO campaigns Total Addressable Market (TAM) -- Garrett Mehrguth // Directive

Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

15:11 min | Last week

Determining an SEO campaigns Total Addressable Market (TAM) -- Garrett Mehrguth // Directive

"Bridge toll california customer service number highway miles to the gallon. Ford focus highland cave rescue operation. What is e madness fest. Wine bars in san carlos california western hotels out oldest rinaldi. What happened with begrudge wedding. Should i sat down with the first series to check on other email inclined identify funds dried style. Welcome to the voices of search podcast. Today we're going to discuss thinking about. Seo strategy from a general marketing strategy perspective joining us today as garrett magoo who is the ceo of directive consulting which is a bb. An enterprise search marketing agency. The companies trust to scale their business directive supports customers with seo ppc content marketing and social media driven by powerful analytics and a dedicated team of specialists. And today garrett we're going to talk about determining your total addressable market for seo okay on with the show. Here's the first part of my conversation with gairdner guth founder of directive consulting care. Welcome back to the voices of search podcasts. Glad to be here and cited shout with you and go through this whole process rockwell. It's been a while we had you back on the show. God it's been over a year talking about how you got the seo and your pass going from all sorts of odd jobs including. I think you were like a janitor at some point to like you're running this. Seo agency which is scaled to focus on enterprise clients. You were the if. I remember correctly like the top result for seo agency or something. Absurd like that. I think we rank number for a couple of years. No shot to do our own. Like i don't know. I don't want to be on those agencies that us the bbc but then refused to do it for themselves to me. It's kind of backwards if you like. Don't practice what you preach. You're not testing your ideas on self which has one. I don't know so. I like to try to do my own search to so for anybody who has heard that episode. It's one of my favorite episodes that we recorded haven't heard at garrett story's really interesting and i think that anyone who is interested in path of coming from a non traditional background getting into seo will appreciate that but today were actually talking tactics and one of the things that i appreciate about your approaches. You really think about things from a marketer's perspective not just an seo's perspective and first off. I'd love to hear your perspective. On when you're thinking about tackling a problem for an enterprise company or when you're thinking about doing seo strategies for yourself what's one of the first things that you think about what step one question meant so you know we were hurting much exclusive and software companies and my very first step when it comes. The search has to full steps. One is category so like so many of them searched are sold sets of this idea that we can rank our website in that everything as the ranking your website but it should be about raking your brand and change your idea from how cleric my website to how can i ranked by brands in other words. How can i make my brain discoverable or people are searching for what i offer and the first thing you have to understand that is what category do exist in. So if you us you exist in the live chat software space if you're terminus few exists in the abm software space so once. You understand your category. The question is is when someone searches for the best eighty software. Do you as terminus shoal. As often as possible on other websites that are already ranking in other words. You're paying to be discovered organically so that's kind of what i love to do. I snack on how discoverable or you and then make sure that you really understand. The buying journey at the bottom will fall. And that's on the sales side. That's kind of my first step on paid search and pvc and just advertising. I really a search marketers. Do both as dealing empty. So i think you have to look search. Jerusal stage was thickly. So as an advertiser. I like to map out the total addressable market. That's kind of my very first. So let's talk a little bit about what you mean by total addressable market. I think of that as something that is not really a metric that s ios about ride that is a business strategist a general marketers idea for understanding whether a business venture is something that's worth going into and how much of the market they can tackle when you think about tam totally addressable market from the general business perspective. Is it any different than how you're thinking about it from the seo perspective. I would hate to say that. I think about childress worker. Seo is much that for marketing advertising. So i do want to differentiate there just. Because i don't necessarily totally use tam and s the oba for advertising thousand percent. That is all. I tried to watch a top of funnel campaign. Let's say for be facebook or twitter. Donal hardest things. Facebook and twitter. Right now is you. Don't have great firmer graphic data. So let's even say late din. Answer your on. Link didn't wanna launch scarletknights text dad's sponsored concert. Whatever that is yard do and the problem is. You wanna make sure that the audience size that your advertising to matches what. The actual amount of people in that industry are now. So what i have. Math is going to lincoln sales navigator. Because i also do a lot of sales development so i couldn't eat throwing bro so i get kind of outbound sales development. I get to see social on the brand side also repaid side and get to see seo cbc so i think the touch pieces that i also finding sorry so you take all those tactics layer with finance and starting to say okay. So gone. Wanted to advertise the every software company on the market. How many are there in the us. We're fifty employees but less than five thousand. The answers eight thousand accounts cruel so now that leads me to determine what my jump as advertising budgets should be if i want to use a platform like terminus see without that knowledge. Might say three thousand two thousand and just advertise to advertise. I might go on facebook and get three million impressions cool what was the only twenty thousand marketers at those eight thousand accounts and that's the four setting negative titles for things we don't serve feel brands social etc so the power all that if you want to be efficient with your advertising your customer acquisition you should probably know how many customers are even out there and i guess you goes like how are you get your search volume greater than the amount of people who could even possibly search right so seems to understand like and quite a little million people like myself who might want to take over the world. I do think the only take over eight thousand accounts and it kind of focuses. You so first off. I love the strategy of thinking about. You're totally addressable market by looking at the actual body count the volume of people. I think a lot of business strategists look at totally addressable market as households or revenue generated or the existing marketing size of marketing budget. And your take a very tangible here. The number of people that. I need to reach to be effective. Hey i am running a bb sas business. That's targeting people that work in chat this forty seven people that work with marketing. Titles that is my totally addressable market. I need to recess. Forty seven people. That's going to change my marketing strategies. Bad nil something right you can actually be created. The problem is sometimes we. We act like markets way bigger than it is and so we do. These crappy scaled tactics and strategies of low impact in a noisy space. So when you think about the number of people that you can get using that as you're totally addressable market and you put on your hat and thinking okay. Here's a market. That i'm trying to tackle. Or here's a strategy. That i'm trying to implement. How does that influence what your strategy should be with the the keywords. How much effort you should be putting into. And also what the priority seo should get. Yeah so i think as the all right if you go back to the earlier. And he still has the dot com. that's traffic. My website has much traffic. My brand has. I can't tell you how this is like the second you change your perspective that trying to rank for things was your website instead. Just say alan rate for things with my brand today. I'm just trying to get a le- why do i need the gore ganic traffic. Why can't just go to direct by janet. Come from some blackhawks. I don't know about but leaser and so you've gotta take this a won't coach say i don't need to like prove everything with data and have it all in a and feel i heard about at all but instead every time i search like my customer. I find my brand. You'll beat everyone install essentially what i do. Is i do a reverse funnel. So i worked on an account and i want to do demand generation. I want to do their legion for software company. I i go to their category. Saying i stay cool. When i'm searching and i layer your earpiece software and choppy software like right not working with an identity management company. They wanna do one pass but instead of using a masterpass for your face for idea. You cannot remember my passwords anymore. The colony is there are start out. They're going to get one past and these huge companies that can't really rank which has content. That's way long-term place what you do to drive leads we do. That is so cool are categories identity management. We're gonna find pc mad finances online chapter to crowds software advice and the rest of them and we're gonna position ourselves being the top five number one. We can talk. Five was ample reviews on every category. Great now it happens is anytime someone's wallet out right in the cto because here's the thing right. Cto zone search your decision makers to market to changing the person you work with after the sign the contract that person gets told by the cto and go get three quotes your goals. We one of those three quotes once your position. Bayer now you use something like terminus or something you go top of funnel and then he mapped out your total adjustable market of accounts and you layer that with people to get your impression share and now launch a target at campaign on those people to generate interest and then your position if you do to the demands for the category existing. Put those two things together with sales. Enablement contact things and that sinoe your quarterly targets. They're gonna so figuring out you're totally addressable market helps you understand not only how many people you could target who specifically they are when you start applying an seo strategy. Are there specific times where you're saying. Hey look i understand my totally addressable market. Seo doesn't make sense and where does seo makes sense. Is there a market size where you're like. Hey organic traffic really matters. How does understand you're totally addressable market impact. What your seo strategy should be. Yeah i'll meet so light for us for example right so we have pretty high minimum. Doesn't agency i think we're at seven thousand dollars a month as a minimum which is a quarterly or so and so is it caused some work with us and we know that the average seo retainers anywhere between like two to four k. Then we're up in a higher end right of being able to serve everyone but then if you go into software. We're really not that not okay. We'll soar role. Upper middle for software. Retainers great was twenty four thousand people in the marketing of software. So theoretically if my target is the fifteen thousand dollars a month to my website. I probably now outgrow by total addressable market. So the cool part is allowed to say what is my goal is not velocity or volume of content but instead quality of concert in other words. I don't need one hundred thousand users to my website to see success. I need twenty. Four thousand of every single person on is what's about what we want won't so then you divide that by your bombsite cycle so the average contract length of your industry so oil for example or abc averages six to twelve month contracts so every eight months theoretically someone from digital rights. Let's say there's two people in digital of the twenty four thousand so now you divide the twenty thousand by two now you have. Essentially how many people or two from the eight thousand right so as two thousand sixteen people could possibly be your champion. You're searching for buyer. Give or take so now. You know how let's traffic you want. You want around sixteen or twenty thousand a month all software your call that you'll be the number one software agency in the market. So the reason why i wanted to talk to garrett about this and we're talking about seo from a general marketer's perspective the first thing that business strategists marketing strategist do when they're trying to figure out whether a business opportunity is worth chasing. Is they understand. How big that opportunity is who. They need to reach how they're going to address them and then. Seo comes in traditionally down the funnel as an operational tactic. If you were thinking about what seo strategies you should be implementing what is effective and you need to communicate that to your organization understanding that totally addressable market can be very important plan scenario out here. There are eight thousand people that are in my target market. And i'm driving seven thousand unique visitors per month that's a metric that's probably gonna be pretty interesting to your cmo and then the question becomes well. Who am i reaching through an am. I actually converting them. So we're gonna talk a little bit more about that who with garrett tomorrow so that wraps up this episode of the voices of search podcast. Thanks for listening to my conversation with garrett magoo's founder of directive consultant. We'd love to continue the conversation with you. So if you're interested in contacting garrett you can find a link to his linked in profile in our show you can contact him on twitter whereas handle is jima guth that's g. m. e. h. r. g. u. t. h. or you can visit his company's website which is directive consulting dot com d. r. e. c. t. i v. e. consulting dot com. Just one more lincoln. Our show notes. That i'd like to tell you about if you didn't have a chance to take notes while you were listening to this podcast voices of search dot com where we have summaries of our episodes contact information for guests. You can also send us your topic suggestions your seo questions or you can even apply to be a guest speaker on the voices of search podcast. 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Donald J. Trump: Commander in Beef & Dulce Sloan on Relationship Studies | Angela Bassett

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

21:33 min | 1 year ago

Donald J. Trump: Commander in Beef & Dulce Sloan on Relationship Studies | Angela Bassett

"You're listening to Comedy Central Twenty Two thousand nineteen from company federal's World News Headquarters in New York. This is the daily show with Trevor Noah Yours <music>. Thank you know our guest. Tonight is an iconic act and legend hit a talk about her brand new movie other hood. Angela Bassett is joining us. Everybody's excited first. Let's catch up on today's headlines Video Games. They used to be the consolation prize for not going doing so the problem but now thanks video games nerds can by the prom this morning sixteen year old Kyle Brigadier Store F- is waking up three million dollars richer after being named the first ever four night world the champion the Pennsylvania teen beating over forty million competitors from around the world to play a six game series on the World Cup stage who goes mom says her son has been playing video games since he was three years old and currently plays fortnight at night between eight and ten hours a day when I started playing my family was Kinda. They weren't to share about it by what I told him out. Eventually pay off for Newish. Did Hell paid off. This kid got three million a million dollars for being the best video game. This is going to change everything especially. How parents run their homes yeah because now parents are going to be dragging their kids inside the house like no role playing with your friends and getting exercise? You need to be practicing your head had shots young man mortgage isn't going to pay for itself and by the way by the way I've seen people online saying oh fortnight isn't a real sport. How can they get this much money? You need to calm down all right because what is a real sport anyway. You realize that in one a month in that same stadium is going to be people who are paid to hit a little ball at one another and make sex sounds okay. That's what they're going to be doing and then they play tennis afterwards like I mean every sport is a made up sports. God ever came. Donald Look I bestow upon you the sport of hockey for all people but mostly white people people and Keisu Ben. He's amazing all right moving on. We just had a beautiful summer weekend people everywhere. You were out enjoying their lives. You know going to the beach park that kind of stuff but president trump's spent the weekend doing what he loves best fighting with his enemies so let's check in and all the president's beefs in our recurring segments president trump come onto in beef. Did they hit tip back and if I give you could take this guy grabbed out of the punch him in the face I beef it is trump versus fronts. He may love the military parades and the loose views on monogamy but when it comes to French wine he likes to pair that with a side of beef president trump's at next target for tariffs may be French wine. The President says he's considering a new tax as a retaliatory measure France has just announced. A new tax on American tech companies like facebook and Google wrong wrong thing to do. They should not have done it so I may do that. I May I've always liked American wines better than French wines. Even though I don't drink wine just like the way they look. It's such a strange thing I don't drink wine and just like the way it looks Nami measuring trump ordering wine at a restaurant just like anything to drink sir. Yes bring me a bottle with your finest label. Perhaps something with a picture of a castle on we're celebrating obviously a dumb reasons to give for imposing tariffs on a country but if we're honest being honest we all judge wine based on how it looks when you go into a wine store. You have no idea what you're buying. No one's really thinking Oh twenty fourteen. There was a good year for German riesling. What you're really thinking is? What can I get for under twelve dollars? That looks like it's over twenty dollars so you think and trump wasn't just picking into national fights over the weekend. No no he was also picking fights closer to home and also about his home speaking of President Obama. President trump is blaming him for the inadequate air conditioning at the White House. The Obama Administration worked out a brand new air conditioning system for the West West Wing and it was so good before they did the system now that they did the system. It's freezing or hot in here what he seriously seriously blaming President Obama for the temperature in the White House you see this is what happens when you've run out of things to blame Obama for it's almost like trump is just looking around the room for new materials like you know this office wasn't always oval. It used to beautiful corners but Obama stole them and by the way by the way there is no way that President Obama is to blame for making the White House to cold all right never in the history of the world has any black person wanted to make their office colder. That's not a thing when God was making the earth. He gave everyone winter then he got to Africa and Africa's. We're like no no. We'll just take this on. Thank you thank you very much so trump started thought his weekend off beefing with Obama and French wine but then on Saturday he took his beasts so the next level in more than a dozen tweets over the weekend the president disparaging Congressman Elijah Cummings calling his majority Black Black District around Baltimore Maryland disgusting rat and Rodent infested mess where no human being would want to live the president's twitter offensive comes after Cummings grilled trump's acting homeland security secretary about conditions along the border. It's the second time in two weeks. Trump has come under fire for racial attacks against members of Congress but now trump insist democrats are the ones playing the race card. tweeting cummings is racist and there you have it folks Congressman Cummings earnings criticizes trump's Boorda policies and in response trump tells him to go back to his rats and rodents infested city which is not exactly how you'd expect an American President to talk about an American city and what makes it even more disturbing disturbing is that as multiple people have pointed out. This language is part of a patent right president trump always uses the word infestation when talking about people of color almost always uses it. He said illegal immigrants are infesting America. GEICO said Congressman John Lewis Atlanta district is crime infested and the squad must go back to their crime infested countries like you don't need to be a genius to see what trump is implying because he's subtle person like if trump was a painter his aunt would need to be interpreted. I would just say I'm sad giant. What does this mean and like? Here's the thing here's the thing I think people are missing. The Point People Are you saying Baltimore doesn't have rats. Is that what you know. It's not about that. I'm going to Baltimore doesn't have of course it has rats. Let's but you know which other cities and Everett's all the best in the world all of them Paris London New York. They all have a red problem in fact. I'm starting to think that if your city doesn't have rats is because you live in a boring city and you'll food sucks the because rats rats WanNa have a good time to everyone's seen the photo of pizza rats but people don't realize later that night he changed into opera. He has many tastes once again America's stuck in another debate. Many people say trump's words are clearly racist but trump says it's the black people who other true who racists because they keep bringing up race every time someone says something racist. It's a little suspicious you have to admit we'll convenience to be honest my friends it is hard to know which side is correct which means it's a perfect case Trevor Racism detective you see he's the only person who can help us figure out is Donald Trump racist. Yes he's racist the back I would say my look is pretty casual but however you address stitch fix has the expert personal stylist they can help you look your best stitch fixes and online personal styling service that delivers your favorite clothing brands right to your door to get started. Just go to stitch fix dot com slash slash ears answer some questions about your preferred style and your personal shopper will ship you a box of clothes shoes and accessories. 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I thought I was in one until he told me that his gifts were just Amazon Amazon packages because he's my mail man I could tell us about is playing hard to get and thanks thanks to new studies. We're learning all sorts of things about relationships like this one which shows that the only thing gold diggers are mining for is French fries according to a new study. Many women are choosing free meals over relationships. The study in the Journal social psychological logical and personality science says up to a third of women have engaged in a foodie call. It's when a person sets up a date with somebody they have no romantic interest in offer a free meal. That's right studies show at third of all dates. <unk> are just people trying to eat for free so fellas sometimes that eggplant Emoji just means. I'm in the mood to eat eggplant. The there's only one Emoji that always means six in the hockey 'cause you're about to score and it's nice and and if you're trying to figure out what's going to happen to your relationship. After the first date we got studies but that to have you ever witnessed a couple making out in public and thought Gida Room surprising new study found that the amount of affection between you and your partner May to determine whether or not a marriage will last and we're talking about public displays of affection they found that couples who are overly affectionate from the start of their relationship. Maybe more likely to divorce P._D._A.. Couples are more likely to break up. That's what you get always getting a third base in the stationary scenario walgreens get your mouth off each other and trying to pick a birthday card for my grandma. Look at all envelopes and why do people have to make out in public like they haven't seen each other in A. Decade he just got back on a backroom not Afghanistan although if you did just come back from Afghanistan thank you for your service. Get it wet but if you want to keep relationship healthy this last that he shows a little jealousy can go a long way smart devices snooping something more people do than will admit but can secretly scanning your partner's phone actually help your relationship a new the study says maybe according to a study from the University of British Columbia and the University of Lisbon about twenty five percent of the participants said that their relationship got stronger after bay or their significant other were caught snooping the study concluded the strengthened bond came from a heightened heightened desire to solve trust issues Iraq. Yeah you hear that Damn I wasn't Snow Been Alice Striping in the relationship the you're GonNa complain that I faced I._D.. You in your sleep if you don't want that to happen. Stop leaving face outfit now. If you'll excuse me I have ordered several packages to my apartment and I have to have dinner ready for when my man drops them off Sousa slowly. My guess is a Golden Globe Award winning actor who stars in the new netflix movie of the hood. Please welcome Angela Bassett fantastic well southbound t every day like that everywhere in the world. Welcome to the daily day Cue. I get it earlier today you have to you have so many iconic roles that have now spent through time when when you look back is there anyone role where you think that was the first time where people came up to me in the streets and just started reciting lines to me. It was definitely what's love. What's love got yeah? That was the cake it's it's an understatement to say that you're a legend of the screen you know across continents people have loved what you do you notice somebody who's played some of the most gripping roles you know for instance playing Tina Turner on screen you you know powerful role that was painful and now we're seeing you going all the way into comedy. Is this something always they were Rome that you see us almost comfortable in or you just like I crush at all. I don't say that I don't feel pressured Fund Yeah I love. I love the drama. Oh I love the drama but this role other who it was more comedic right so that was free fun every day you didn't have to. Here we go there every night so that was a great deal of fun by action of Stage Rights. I love okay so I'm hoping in my other hood that I'll be able to get back to that. I I think you will be able to because you know this. This story was great because it felt like a story. You were telling about yourself about moms out there about just women general the story of other hood follows yourself and some friends of yours you know as characters who have young children who have moved into the city and no longer think that their kids but they act like kids. They've abandoned their MOMS. They don't need them. Eat them anymore. Right all taught every lesson that we need to know. We're gone off. We got it. We packed it away SIA at Christmas. Maybe we're we're not too busy what I did growing up but when you see them they you know what I love about. The movie is the MOMS say no. We're GONNA go like we saw your character and that clip and she was like no. I'm I'm coming to see you. I'm not leaving until he says he loves me needs me. Do you see yourself doing that. You've got two kids now. Thirteen right I have done it. You know because well my daughter. She gives me kisses everyday. She's very easy free with that like I love you. Mom Mhm on the phone right is always three kiss before you get off my son. He's just too cool for school and I've had to sit him down and say I love you and I walk. I sacrifice being we're here to you know to make things nice for you and it would be nice if you would say I love you mom or can we spend some time. I mean just real at that age. He was at that stage kids. Go through slight hug. You Hudli no no. He's like he's like I'm a man now. I'm out yeah. Kinda Kinda Gene Your old man at sea but he's he's he's come back around. He's pretty loving loving through here but I know it's a passing phase. I know it like every other phase and it's coming on when we might be a passing. You seem like a very down to earth and simple person considering the world that you live in. Is that like the stage or is that just you. That's excuse me yeah yeah. How do you think you've remained grounded in all of these years? Because if I was a legend I would not be grounded. I don't think so you like one of the most down to Earth just like genuine beautiful people ever met but you also legend. If I was a legend I would tell people I'm I'm alleged begin ever since as a legend alleged what do you what do you think has has kept you being youth all of these years you know I think the wonderful family that that race meet the simplicity in which that was raised you know single mom you know just working hard trying to you know make a dollar out of fifteen cents. Say My Auntie who I who I love so much he said don't don't waste your college education. Don't waste your education on theater because is I guess it's not GonNa work out work out for you it so tenuous and you know and unimaginable but it did work out work out but it didn't have to but until cart work and it took Opportunity Unity Opportunity Meeting your preparation and and and you're a legend as you hold the second Angela Bassett everybody the legend the daily show criminal years addition wants to show weeknights at eleven ten central on comedy central and the comedy.

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They said that they were gonNA extend logged opera. Another three months that man. I'm all for it but man it's it's only about a lot of businesses are going to be shutting down in go into stage. Yeah we'RE GONNA get into a bad stage of you know we don't open up soon but right. I'm running with it. You know because I do have a family. You know what? I'm trying to keep everybody safe running with that. Would you know I think that? Yeah I it. We're heading for a little something amount of surprise that we don't know open up soon death because I usually tell all my guess the only thing that I missed the gym. Because that's like my therapy going to the gym. I love the code weightlifting. The Sauna August but The colder I duNNo. If they're going to be reopening this all. I've been doing everything at the park lately but Other than that. I know it's Wednesday. How's the weaken weaken was beautiful man on it was mother's Day weekend at the same time? It was my birthday so you know as I was a beautiful thing to live another year. It'd be blessed with that But you had a good week in mind. I was Crews out to the cemetery to visit family and Hung on barbecued at the pad with families. Just US four in okay. Occur me and my wife and my to kiss What's one thing that you cannot do? You Watch that you miss. Since this whole pandemic thing jumped off or yes or or Or two for example right. I like sports right. You know a is there specific sport that you watch the mole with every basketball football baseball or what not been out of the box with the sports would. Of course I do Miss. You know you know basketball and baseball in Los Angeles Fan you know I root for my city in. That's what I'm rooting for all the time you know so you got football team. I don't have a football team out with. I'm Los Angeles for sure Los Angeles Fan all the way. So we're with the rams I'm with the Rams I'm saying that that's a rope. Got a work that work now. I WanNa do something a little bit. Different right I KINDA WANNA open just floored and allow you to speak and people that are tuned in who may not know exactly who you are. Maybe you could share a little bit about yourself and from there five. Here's something I'll ask you in a laboratory from there so okay well. I'm in Los Angeles native born and raised in Los Angeles California. I don't want to give my age out young. Say I've been here most all my life you know. I am artist alley. No big I guess you WanNa see a known adverse artists in Los Angeles started off you know when my graffiti and tagging and you know just let off to different team that picked up a tool and started you know putting the money with it. You know saying diabetic about airbrushing crowd. That's what opened my eyes to like the whole scene of the Airbus I was doing spat sports banners for teams in soccer teams in t shirts at the swamp man. I opened my eyes to money. They crack money to me. You know what I mean so to attend here I went to Huntington Park High School. I went there for a while. And then I went to Fremont high school which was solid stand hunting Jabbar. The main ones any sports sports. I've played literally. That's probably a ball bid you know in Roosevelt south central part of the year. So but that's about. It not never played any sports after that interesting question. Yester- I know writer by USC. There's a natural history museum the to go to the museum there. I have never made it there. No I heard about it but I'm looking forward to eating to go. I'm not white rice. I did a lot of traveling especially in the US and everytime I landed somewhere and we have time to kill like. I don't know why I look upon museum so I go and I finally realized that I would visit other places but never really visited here right now even my age. I take trips by myself. I have a membership to the Natural History Museum. Love going there. Just go there and just you anyway. We all love sports. What is no? It's actually dinosaurs dares and like all kinds of A lot of stuff like this from ever to my on everything and that actually helped me venture out and reading other things. You know 'cause Educational Center there as well as we're in La. I just figured why not. Why not everyone else comes over here visit? Do It herself exactly. I agree with you on that. So about what age would you say you started of airbrushing or tagging? What what did you start? I've fallen a while my desk to listen to the same house since I was born so I was over there visit the other day and I seen me strike up on the porch with a a piece of chalk. Or maybe a Crayon or something. It's nineteen seventy eight so that means that was about eight years old and is still there to this day. So we'll go with the tools. The is just been creative at the time off and I was eight years old. And he's just there to this day. Nineteen seventy eight will give rain. Well well you guys WanNa do the math. You know what I mean but I was born in sixty eight oak hill. Yeah but that's good. So that's how that started tagging now around. Did you pursue that? As far as like let me just go ahead of the fucking to the table in detention the hit the bathroom wall at the time in those days we didn't have any. You know gadgets. We didn't have any carry around. My was a martyr Oro Chocolate or whatever I could carry my pocket right That it was like a bad habit. You know what I mean. I would like to ride on everything you know. Just something I did in let onto a lot of different things let onto good things and bad things you know what I mean so so I say eight years old nine ten eleven years I just from that day on I always wrote on everything it was just something did I like to do. I had a passion for it already letters and being creative see what I can do. I always copy my moms and dads work. My Dad was calligraphy and my mom was artis. Oh while that's what we had in the house. My Mom will be drawing on the table. She'll be drawing pictures and we'll sit around there with their and draw and my dad always knows block beyond the one. You know record albums everything I just look at everything. And that's all we have with the paper and Pencil back then and we were lucky we had a sharpie or some crayons or what I mean. That's awesome to hear that a lot about your mom as well because my dad. He was more artistic side where he loved movies. He was just a kid. I think I posted a picture when I was a baby. Like nine hundred sixty eight years old. We were living incontinent time and we came to right here banning park. He's bring us here. Why I don't know. But he had a camcorder becton campaign back. Then you have to put on the actual projector is and that's how he used to show us when we were kids. And he's the one eight hundred this me. Too records showed us what vinyl world when we used to play on. Seventy eight speed right. You know I remember love and he was also a lot of my brothers eyebrows force. It's a lot of my brothers. All be were artists right. My mom on the other hand was more of she cut so drastically to swamp right so to hear that. Your Dad and your your mom did that part of our everyday curriculum In House activities. You know draw you know in our free time in the had fun. Doing it was like I loved. I look forward to that other every time. You know me and my mom and drew on the table together. I was looking look forward to okay. I will collect my markers in time. Pencils pens whatever I can. You know. Just like get down right there with the table. Did you ever How would you say will you just more of a tagger rename or did you actually draw draw pitchers man? I Love Drawing and my dad always had you know Chevy's bombs and you know my mom. We were like they were pretty heavy there. You know what I mean. Low rider scenes and stuff like that so I would draw what I was seeing ice to draw cars. That was one of my team. And of course right into calligrapher. My Dad United trip on the old letters these to do back then and always studied them studying. My Dad would tell me as long as you right straight line. You can do everything so I used to practice doing straight lions all the time so he would tell me dropbox withdraw box and everything would be boxed-in so I started doing straight nineties. Went to that you'll be able to do whatever you want. You know stearns starter new straight line and so they were showing would practice and practice on it right every letter out to be you know in the square pretty much. I mean everything would be even to yeah. That was an loose after that. I really had down past so so you never went to school to learn how to dry went to some school later. Back Down in my. Here's when I took it serious more serious and I seen there was money to be made. Yeah I went takes classes okay now back in the days. I had it in high school not growing up in La that you're restart spray counting on the walls and everything and all the time and everybody that knows me that sprayed every everywhere you know. That was part of me. That was part of the ones I picked up a spray kind. That will stop. You know what I'm saying. He never ran into Chaka Chaka. We knew about each other. I was doing my thing. He was doing this thing at the same time. You know what I mean You WanNa take me back to the eighties in the eighties. That's when it really hit you know the tagging. The buses are two DS. I went as far as like making own bus. Stop in front of my house. You know what I'm saying. That's all battles you know. That's how thinking addicting. We lived on the group in a quarter house and there was no fence there. Anything had some hedges that were you know in hiding corner on my winning down the street and broke off the bus signed the RTD one eleven time Thornton homes area broke. It stuck it in a in a parking signs stuck in it got. Us break campaign at the fucking bus the curve Iran or something so the bus would offer every time do they will pull up the bus. In front of my. My parents know what I was doing hiding in the bushes there and I will run out. The bus will over and I would you know take up the whole frigging bus and then run back and hide in the Bush. They didn't know so. That's all about it. You know Chaka and then hitting the same doing the same thing back. Then but yeah. It wasn't victim was addictive. We have Internet all we have. And that's how I had. I heard that do chuck right. I've never seen a pitcher to this day. Aren't even that derivatives. He's around around. He's doing things right now. Still he's still out there. That's cool. I think what made those days better at least for me is that you had. If you hit something up you had to see it. Okay today you hit it out videotape. You'll upload it and it's all over the world exactly it's viral back then. There are a lot of guys still hit me up to date from the eighties gear and Yamaguchi from espionage Alameda and Florence. Your guys right around there. You know what I mean. I was like me. We make connections like that on Internet. Now you know what I mean like box on time or you can go from south. La That's me man you know so now growing up in La. Did you ever run into if you will the The gang element in your get involved in that. Was that ever ever really a part of your life. I would want to see. That was a big part of my life. You know what I mean the gang life and and you know dope dealing and all that you know what I'm saying that started early am I am I. Am I live just because it was in the family? You know what I mean. Father was grandfathered buttress. Go you what I'm saying. It was it was the whole family was pretty in. You know the neighborhood you know. They're okay well when I had gotten involved into that nickel and dime curb twenty right just to buy records right audio mixer. Do I did what I had to do. I mean I'm not proud of it but that's right but other than that so when what age do would you say you discovered to Airbrush? Airbus I discovered in Highschool at Huntington Park High. Okay I was kicked out of Edison Middle School and they sent me for Middle School for tagging. They got kicked out semi to high school. Right away I was a ninth grader in Niagara One hundred apart So I knew one person there that had airbrush calligraphy. He was a good friend of my aunts. He was a little older me three. Maybe three years older than me. And he's do these cool airbrush designed to my would have him in her room and I would always I you know I was already into the art and shit you know so going to be like man. I like that and he's to go visit so when I went to the park class there. He pulled me in the class. It was airbrushing Mr. Knock knock modular something like that and dom airbrush and we would do all kinds of creative. You know stuff within. That was my first time using ever so in high school. I WanNa say it was sixteen. Maybe and that's that's where I picked up my I to come easy to how no then come easy to me. It's almost like driving stink. Averages it's a it's a it's it's another beast you know. It's not like a lot of people and I like a lot of people will walk up to me like that. Zamel graffiti ours. I give them the go-ahead man. You know what I mean this this thing you know they hold is backwards they? It's all in the trigger distance pressure. Not Something sprained right a name. You know you gotTa know you can read a hair been lying and you can write a line. So you've got to know you know run your jubilee look into how or why or who met was invented the eighteen hundreds by Massey. I want to say passionate with the first eighteen late eighteen hundreds so has been around since then what I'm asking because I'm clueless read rushing even though I knew like macrey Marcus player one. I don't know if you know him or to cartoon. Obviously a lot of those guys started at swap meets airbrushing shirt rydell. That's kind of like I start as well Liquid as far as a. Why was it invented? What did they use them? Man I want to say too. I didn't create art. Of course things you know little item fake say the microphone. You know they would do stuff like that things the small things that you can't really but it was a tool for like a crash. It by one of the a part of the two like that and is there different types of companies. Make airbrush of. Yeah Yeah you got your you know you got your holidays and you got your Mercedes. Airbrush I use I water in shallow water water the BCS is there like the top notch never clogged up. Never get any problems. I could use them for months with the problem. You got your holidays or use them. They get stuck the same day. Just give up on so I definitely recommend get topnotch Shit if you really want to pick up a tool. I want to definitely recommend that to you. Know you don't have no problems you won't you won't get mad at yourself when it's getting stuck right did you keep going with your airbrush and you know what I mean. Keep going with your heart. It doesn't stall you. Just stay working. Okay and at. What point did you start making money? And where was this as you mentioned the swamp so villas in another bomb? The first time I started making money with the airbrush was when I moved out of south central and that was in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine to California. I'm where my wife was originally from the she moved into. She didn't WanNa put my shit so she left. What can I follow her to California which was far for south central to me at the time you know what I mean so I went out there. She was pregnant with my first kid. Ricky said you know. I gotTA CHANGE IN MY LIFE. Went up there and have a job or anything. You know what I'm saying. I had art. I knew had skill and When my boys ran a tattoo shop out there and Zuza and I said man that's the only guy could reach all I got to kick come in. You know what I mean. I gotTa make some money so I reached out to him and I was like get a job in your Tatsushi was happening here. That with living in the city you know. Give me a job at your tattoo shop sweeping or something that kind of what are you talking about? He goes come. Come down and we'll show you how to use the errors. He knew I knew how to you ever be in the same city I used to do I want to say. A member of the flyers are homemade flyer when the parties. What I would do all the flyers in neighborhood for people so then you ask you. That would do the fee on the law so he knew had a skill. You know. Say he goes. You've got art skills almost show you how to use the airbrush. So he took me down on his shot. I WANNA shop showed up. He gave a hairbrush and he told me they. We're going to do and We went out to the parks. Little leaks soccer leagues. We had an flyers to do their banners across. You know he goes go this far. Twenty five thirty flyers to this part. We'll talk to the president. Put Him in the team packages. It was a fighter of sports banners and helmets. Airburst in shipment. I I didn't really know too much about it. But he did his packages next next thing you know they were showing better are headed location. Arcadia a storefront and people were showing up. They were showing up for banner. There was showing that we were having twenty five teams. I mean twenty five twenty five kids per team so each kid we need like a helmet airbrush signing for fifty bucks a pop. So we had all the league's area coming to us of money and I learned I learned. I really have the passion for sprain which the noise just a spray was driving me. That's what drove me elected. You know spray that drove me. I have airbrush and I could do this all day long and make money off already saying at that point. Were you comfortable in your scale. Meant like what did you feel? I gotta get a little bit over that you call on there. That wasn't there yet. No I was. I knew how to do. Lions in paint straight lines and stuff with airbrush. My Buddy was shortcuts to do it. You know what I mean. We weren't sitting there. You know creating all you know everything uniform pretty much you know if it was a team the cubs you know. We already had the designs ready to put on it. It was pretty simple stuff to me. Left major in all that operated Airbus was on occur. Now now I'm GonNa ask you a question. Why not just you know. I'M GONNA go get a job. I did that. I was a crane operator for fifteen twenty years really. I was still worker. Yeah I worked supervising positions I I did. I did everything you can imagine. Why and I always had the airbrush in me. Though I was at the art and I was a supervisor still company. Douglas still recipes at a good man. I was supervisor there crane-operator unloading big beans and everything else. You know what I mean booth for years. You know heart ads for years and I used to draw on the frigging calendars every time you know on the desktop be drawing scribbling on the calendar that he will come and do the books like once a week. He had a couple of places. I always dry dot calendars. He goes but he goes. You got a skill. You should really do something with czar. 'cause I would draw faces. You know the calendar talented. You know what I mean like you should take this to another level so I sold my soul to the upper him and you know I didn't really go full throttle with the steelers. Happy being the crap decent money. I have my car and I'm a family make more money and my father's got me into Yoakam. He was still working Dallas. Do because it would like a family. Okay with to me and I was. I was good. It was obvious that when people saw your were they knew that there was talented. Yeah just just wasn't a mediocre drawing right rising sticks and it was a Jewish guy. That was telling me this. You know this milliner telling me this. You know what I'm saying. They John You really should do something with your art art you. Should you ever thought about going to school? He would tell me and we were good friends. Who really good friend of mine as well. He's the first one that told me that. Then when I really took a serious who another. Another man did that as well. He he ordered us for he orders. Martin from me and I was able to make money from a guy that had money. He many this'll bomber and nine one thing happened bureau. Sama been laid. Nhs happen you having to do some stupid. Osama shirts would whatever and bin Laden shirts. Whatever and he paid me for him and he paid top dollar and I was like wow know I can make money off of this. And that's when I opened my eyes as well to win happening t shirts. I can make money off doing banners money off doing miracles like everything was making money off everywhere so not dollars but I was still making enough money more money than what I was starting to make a still company. I encourage people to look into you. I know you're scrapping popping so they can see your artwork and you can see your your gift because there's been two people at least so far in my life that I've seen their art and I will just like an like an all of one of the first time I got to me cartoons when we were in our He's to sell it at the Rhody Swami's read. He would go by mix tapes and stuff and he was maybe by one thousand nine hundred or eight hundred and our C. Drawl sometimes would append right wanting a about. I never saw human race you know scheduling sketching all the way the band. The next person was one of my oldest brother's he he could have had a future. I believe an art but he chose to work for Gillette Corporate Office Ray. And but he was a type of artists that he withdraw and when he was show you you'll be like wow Iraq title. Yes yeah and then of course. I have a friend that I see. There aren't on the game but from what you're talking about obviously people saw and recognized right. Your scale yeah so Tattoo Guy. From when they're in William to Zuza Hebron skeletal you needed but that's to work. You know my mom. Would always you know teachers? And I'm saying the Airbus teacher was one of his favorite students. You know what I mean. It was nothing major but still I had the skill for the lions the handwriting. Mainly my my stranger than handwriting or people want me to do. You know they're they're going to get a tattoo aimable. Remain right here for me. We'll get this status. A lot of people have my art touted on them. You know the styles. That's all I used to make my money to well. I will do designs for them and they would get tadic not everyone not every tattoo. Artists can draw. You know what I mean. So Kerr or later like the writing or whatever. The time from the time that you went to store for Halloween you there before you went on my own. Yes I wanted to save as they're probably about a good year even goodyear and The guy was running the tattoo shop across it was an apartment on it and I run is tapped to shopping with Uber Shop. The lot of course. He was doing his tattoos. Genius thing and I was there just waited for classic coming off Jason. I wasn't really to hit on hustle yet. You know what I mean so time on your good enough who could do your thing and I mean 'cause that's what I wanted to do really. I wanted to be losing. Do my own thing. I want to work for no one and do it their style or do it this way without. I are more my style bring my style in saying. I don't WanNa do it discovered the I don't want to let me do what I wanted to kind of nightclub in a little bit. You know as a little bit so he told me that I'm like cool. Man could make it on myself. We shut down the shop. I hope it up in the slot. Meet in pointed okay. I was there on Sundays at the outdoor Salami. I forget the name of it but it's isn't lot went thin out there on Saturdays and Sundays every morning. Man I was at the time it was Gebre so Adam given the guys coming over here and we wouldn airbrushing for them on everything and I was making good money and I stuck with it like on a good day on Sunday would be good money. Would you say on the Sunday in the nineties? I want to say anywhere. I don't want to exaggerate but I will walk home. Probably with four hundred dollars and that's just from my heart and I was ninety nine hundred ninety nine. I was doing to twenty five dollars a shirt or hats. Whatever yeah it would just quick names or whatever. I was running right through people. Were buying them saying so. Yeah that was back then. So I've seen that and I was like Oh can't go work at a steel company. You know by the time I go home. I check back then when I was younger. Child support or whatever the heck was like so I just started making my own money. Okay right now says you were at a tattoo shop and you saw you saw them tattooing. Make your money. You overhear airbrushing multi to will most guys that I knew growing up. That did airbrushing individually became tattoo artist. Right why did he move into that field? I kind of went in there. They have the shop and I just didn't like it roll. Honestly I like it because of the whole gloves rubber bands people in it was pretty much. I just like spray. Painting man was a graffiti artist. You know I could've took it that. Ever but I think I found more Airbus because of the screening the cutters and everything else and that's where my passion was my cup of tea. The Tattoo in you know I can really I? It was informative for wild. When it wasn't for me. It was too much for meeting. I just wanted to get in my head to get pretty much inquiry into quick money. I WANNA say saying Okra. So that's what it was his. We're going to go ahead and press polls right there. We'll come back. We're going to talk about what happens after the Swami. What did you end up doing? Which one where you are now. Can PEOPLE REACH? You could expect from sounds goodness it would go ahead and take a ten minute break. So again Everybody go ahead and go. Get a beer okay. some popcorn We got more of Oji Mugune. We got another interview coming up soon. So Michiko Somebody Texan. Body slept share. Somebody let him know the Oj. Magoo is in the motherfucking building. And we'll be back and night. I didn't forget about you. Hang on brethren. Welcome back everybody to Rodeo Radio Episode Fifty Eight. I believe and I started drinking it. So hey listen Let me go ahead and give a shot out to my boy. Daniel digi media clips. His birthday was Monday and I did on Sunday. But Happy Birthday to Daniel digi media clips and also my boy night out from San Diego. Much love much respect to him. Happy Birthday to him. So everybody in the comments drop a thousand miles for his birthday. Just hours okay. Drop them and you don't birthday. Also it is upon that. It was stevie wonder's Wales Nice and somebody else. One Ritchie Balance Raetchi balance. Much love. Much respect rest in peace or body so happy birthday and during your guys days. I'll drink a little bit later on in our honoring birthday but we're back with Ot Magoo. What what else so now. What inspired the name Mago? That name was given to me by my grandfather. Who will really raised me. My parents happening when they were fifteen. Sixteen so my grandfather. He gave me that name stuck with me. You know my grandfather call me that name. My mom calls me that name up to this day so everyone knows me by Moghul my real name. You know. That's a client or something like that. You were asking him why you know what I never did. Ask Him. Why have the chance? I just ran with it. Everyone knew we buy. It was just my name around the house around the neighborhood or in school. You know what I mean. So that's a name but I figured he said I found out later down the line that you know. My Mom told me that You know when I was a kid I was. I was working. You know. Just stumbling across a redeemed volume you know what I'm saying. So they named after Mr Gould cartoon character. Okay Yeah because you know. I don't know if you know Mr Magoo. He's always yes guinness up into stuff. So that's always stuck with me and then the old g through it on their. Oh jeez original and I mean so. I'm the original. You know there's another one out. There is another Magoo out there. You know what I'm saying to you know things done the regional ones so stuck with never hit a mobile APP. Also a relative. I like that you know that'll work. That'll do this cheaper from this neighborhood has Chievo. Yeah and I didn't like that in or someone you know. Carry my name to as well. So now you're at the swap meet. How long were you there Therefore I was there maybe for about a year two and then back into the workforce after that in in wasn't sure what I was going to do in my life at the time and I know I had a skill which was a great operate which made decent amount of money I wanted to always you know. Stick to the skill that sticks. Stick to the crane you know and it would be to someone back into that. I got supervisor positions and stuff so I was just being comfortable working having job when you know So I was and then when I took it serious was when I got a taste of You know gotta taste the money with the art. You know what I mean. I've seen I was making five hundred dollars a day saying no one could tell me. I have the attitude where no one else could tell me nothing. Because I'm here at this job and I could go through make more money just painting you know what I mean like. I need to put one on shit so that was part of my my problem when I was younger. You know what I mean. No other super resilient time what to do solid people you know at the job site so Wedneday they fire me man and nineteen. I WanNa say ninety ninety whatever. And that's about here on me man. Yeah I got fired for shooting me in the supervisor real close you know what I mean. I still was good. I know why I'm GonNa talk about it but you know it was it was over some dumb shit and then fired and I'm like a fire. Good while you know we just went at it and I walked away and I don't need to be doing this shit. Know saying I will do my arm. Why don't I just do my our and and I never went back to the workforce again. I I went back to work in another company La Morada and they got fired from there as well. I was getting rid of stupid shit. United stupid everything just politics there. You know I went in their new guy. Had this you know. I went into another job with the skills but no one really liked me because I went in there and a high position so everyone thought this guy coming in here. Yeah so like. Do this do that all the work. I didn't like that Shit Iranian. I went in there with so anyway I left that job and then I just went to the airbrushing locked in Oracle in an empire an empire. That's when I opened a shop in the swap meet over there and that's when I really empire yeah I I think people have like scale. They have talent and they're just like that right. I think it's very hard for us to take orders. You know I'll give an example like would you sit in the workplace your supervisor puppet heads and then sometimes in the back of your head. You're thinking you know what I could just do that. I don't have to be here and I believe me. I try to work in before right and I always talk. I can always go produce every fucking fucker. New People said I knew some people already knew how to make my money. I was hosted in the streets from kids. You know more money and so so now you go to a different. Want me now empire and tell us a story what happened there. That time I moved out there I got a little bit of trouble. I mean so I had to move away. Moved out to the PYRE. Hide off for wildly. You can say okay. I'm good now though but I still. I still needed to make some type of money. You know what I mean so I found out okay. Well I used to love went down so I mean this house want me out. Let me do what I do. I found a out there which was a night slotnick Fridays and Saturdays. It was like five thousand. People are night visiting. You know man so I said all right well get a little percentage of people still good so I started doing the same thing. Airbrushing t shirts or whatever and it was doing good real good and there was another but I always wanted to have my own shopping an indoor. That was a guy I was just doing that. Every Tuesday may be Saturday night. I was good money. You know living comfortable. They had to have no problem paying rent. And you know what I mean. So I heard a guy in indoor flying was moving out and he was established there for good maybe ten years fifteen years. He was airbrushing for ten fifteen years. I got win aid moving out of the indoor at the Waterman Swamy shot it to my San Bernardino. People out there But I moved ride into soon as he moved out the same next moved in and took over the business. He had established for ten fifteen indoor at an indoor slot me right in the interest as you walk in right by the neal. Shot right by the fucking barbershop so there was traffic all day also and we and we had the skills you know. We had the music winning. Aren't we know to this day? People at the same without you liberal. You know what I'm saying is quiet so I moved in there in star. You know making revenue there and it jumped into events. I started doing events. That's where that's where I'm now because events give us an example of of the top events you were doing I started off when my space came all right on. I thought it was only ever stars in the world. You know what I mean like damn you know. Can you tell me you ain't GonNa make a living off of this stuff? You know what I mean. Like what are you doing? You know what I'm saying. So when my speech came out I don't know if you remember you were able to punch in like average artists and so I punch the neighbor starts and I've seen them shitload refers to pop up and I started going. Doing what are they doing? And I seen the guy that was there ever seen on a yacht and he was from out here in California long and I want to be doing that originally. I just hit him up. I really have the skills every had the swamp me. I was the featured Jewish in somewhere in south Fernando Valley area also. I kind of like you know reached Dalton like hey you know if you ever need any backup her some pictures of by work. Some t shirts I'd done and Yeah he got back to what I like to take you to do. An event and he took the first one to on a yacht marina delray. We were on a yacht university for a Bar Mitzvah. And that's where you know. He was paying the money way money. You know it was like seventy five hundred bucks an hour at the time you know working with him so I thought that was good money and then we started doing the t shirts bar Mitzvahs Bar Mitzvah as you know. That's we're type event. That was doing repair now. Did you ever have to read the Hebrew? I kind of Ni- you got different types of Jewish people. Okay you got your Persians the Orthodox Jewish people. You got your American Jews you know what I mean so a lot of people original were Persian Jew was in Beverly Hills area. You know they're just party. Animals you know in good good people but they do when they throw a party. They for hardy and everything that they have in their in their bar. Mitzvahs is though have new drake before drake's even on the radio so they had hip hop Goin'. You know what I mean hip hops going on there. You know doing my art to the music and people are just relate just blown away by it. I had this little hustle in that game when I would be aggress t shirts and then I had a Canada glitter at the end. Kind of like a magician. Do My thing to the Artwork Arbor to the music hip hop was watching and I would have a kind of glitter which finished the thing glitter and handed to the People. They were just blown away. We'll do Arctic glitter. It would just crazy. So that's how Gov and then next thing you know people are GonNA get your number. GonNa get your card and just left wanting to another and next thing you know. I'm working with you know up. In top of the Hill Beverly Hills. You know painted for millionaires. August came through this guy. It came through him then led to me because of my whole hustle with the man with the glitter and everything. People love my sister. They want him my number. I wasn't giving my number out at the time. But then that's another story and I mean people started reaching out to find me on the on and reaching ultimate and I started building my own business which is active airbrush wanting that I can admire about. Whoever this person was that you said it was from seven on the valley's nobody saw your work. He didn't take off this guy limiting something because I've known a lot of people right into music industry that they'll get a good demo instead of saying help. This edition is good right now fucked. I lean right and like we were talking earlier There's a lot of hate in this business. You know whether it's airbrushing whether it's music but I'm referring to the music side of it so I'm thankful that there were people altered. That's all your work and said Yeah. Come on down man. I like that attitude. I I like the attitude but then it always ended up. There's there's a twist whoever mean so and with a couple of type of people just for the simple fact that they were pretty much controlling me in everything. That did what I can do where I can go. Who were I could pull something you know? They were controlling was trying to promote my artwork. 'cause that's a different story right so then it's just you know just ended up like that in bad terms like you can't do this. Why are you doing this so I just? That's when I figured out I got myself. Yes absolutely and then I built my own team. I have you know eight artists now. Abbas staff like sixteen employees. You know what I'm saying. So when we were doing our events right now because corona virus could ever dean of events canceled or postponed until August. Now but yeah. We have some big events coming. Nike Puma Eight you can save from Travis. Scott Travis Scott I'd done stuff for Mana. Trust Martin. Chris Martin I could drop name genetically all day long Some of the big people did with the Lakers. Los Angeles Lakers twice in a row at their own family parties. You know what I mean. I worked with men so many people man. I'll take your time. She and the reason why the questions though. But the reason why I want you to do that is because I don't want people who is that where I don't really even know on how gifted and talented how blessed you are right if you would just tune in and listen than they would understand who you really are the red so so take your time share with. Us Ride Anywhere from like Chris. Martin Gwyneth Paltrow. I work side by side with mister cartoon. That's the homey right there. You know what I mean. We were on good. We're all good. I'll share with us. How you would want me during the break. Mr Artois Mister Mister Cartoon through I guess the team. His team reached out to me He was doing event. COLLAB- with I want to Casa orders at the time and the venue was The theme was. Don't forget where you come from because so when you walk into. This venue was like pretty much the bottle neighborhood inside. And you've you know. Mr Carter started off with the airbrushing shirts so pretty much. I was pretty much mimicking. What he would he did. I was venue as part of the body by that the man had the Taco person. There have liquor stores you know it was just so I was in the corner slot me pretty much airbrushing. What he did where he started. So that's how we met and we do it from Gaza Los Angeles to New York him but he's a he's a good guy and he always supported me and up to this day and nothing but respect for an awesome. So you went from the Austin Beverly Hills Beverly Hills Ma'am Palisades Mala. Pu You name it all that ground cover anywhere from San Santa Barbara all the way to San Diego now saying we were covering Loudwar mitzvahs saying a lot of corporate events. I mean I worked with Google on big events Mount Block. I go every year and paying for them in San Diego Guess Jeans Launched Fifteen stores in in across the states. They had reached out to me. They go. We're having our some. We're launching our with the spring spring clothing line. We need. We need to ever stars in every state at the mall from a certain amount of time to this time. Can you do that for us? I locked in fifteen states locked in fifty cents for Guess Jeans just because I was known in the industry ready by then I was already known pumping out. We were going to these What do you call them? Chat chat before it was facebook. It was the contract. Were you don't want to say blog Artists talk over. What do you call it a chat room kind of thing? That's what I always had good report people you know. So I is lined up every state from like Miami New York You name it. It was from Texas. It was all over mind. Had Him boy in an? It was accessible. Everyone showed up. We did our two hours. Guess Jeans was really happy about it. I mean that was a big one for me. That was my first big when I locked in for guess jeans who can work with Warner brothers. Sony paramount pictures in no all airbrush airbrushing my mit author painting for Know the guests. You know what I'm saying that whatever they wanted. We were doing t shirts for them. Do will take a minute to two minutes per sure. Usc was another one of my neighbors for USC for so long and really years after job we would for the fanfest. We're going to Everything from t-shirts hats. Whatever they want at the time so I had a lot. Usc locked in for a long time. That's awesome man that's awesome. I looked to hear you know what one thing about me. Man That I love to hear People Win. You know right of course. Yeah and that's why I'm here on you know Not just to to motivate and inspire. But I WANNA say the example for artists out author not just started from from dividers but any artist. Any kid out there. Suburbs or either in the ghetto. You know what I mean. You have a passion for it definitely. I will recommend a pickup. Bush has been really good to me and successful. You know he's got my you know my family living comfortably. My son's you know on second year in college now. It's getting myself through college. He even picked up beverage and works for me when he wants to watch. My son grew up around. So He's you know so it's been good to me man. I'm happy we're Matt in my life. You know what I mean. I can't say anything. I get excited. Rock right man. I get excited and now to do what I WANNA do. You travel the world. I've been around all over but my brushes same from Miami to Frig in New York you know saying San Francisco of Utah. You name him and I've been around all the US you USA. Hawaii and I've been all over you know it's funny because For example you take your airbrush and you give somebody that doesn't know how to use it. He'll probably look at it. They can to weapon. But you put it in your hands. Give it. You're the Mexican gaining money. Bro. That's how it is paying everytime sprain his money but now let me ask you a question. was there ever that one call or that one meeting that you had that after you hung up. We're after you left. You said yes. This is the I'll tell you I'll give you an example right. Maybe you can think of one. I remember when Disney we looking for us at the swap? Meet to know who made this mix tape right you know and I was afraid to say because we were selling bootlegs. I thought that was FBI and after that everything guys like. Whoa who made this? Who Made US mixed tape? And then I said I don't know and people will. He did and he sells them right. You know we kind of did a Takashi. Six Nine on each other. Would what happened was the guy who said Album Disney. We just opened up a new record label Hollywood records right and we WanNa sign you guys nice. We WanNa have a meeting so that was the first time that I thought to myself. Wow this is big time Disney. The first time I got when I thought to myself was when I was. I WanNa see in downtown. Los Angeles was doing some shopping. Bigger byles whatever I get a call right at US speaker in the car with Jennifer Garner personally from her and I didn't know I'm not too familiar with you know all these names. I know who people are star. But I'm not a good idea. Remember names and it was her and she's like age. I was referred to you. You know by you remember What's her name Punky BREWSTER I work with Pumpkin Worcester. So she referred me or something. They seem at a party or something and she She comes. She wanted me to go party. And how much did it do? We talk about our speakers. Send back to you you. So this is Jennifer Garner. I didn't pay no attention to so my hung up. My wife was sending shock and of course she like that Jennifer Garner like Rodent Garner Jennifer Garner. You know what I mean. I kind of knew it. And she's like hold up. She gave agitated shop and everything. So you know we kind of looked it up. India was a brick and managing up in up in palisades somewhere in yeah with Jennifer Garner man. And that's when I say you know what I have a listers calling me this delicious Mayweather Birthday Party over there painting for his ninety steam. May whether it's one of another guy that I did. I worked with a bunch of people man. Just want you to keep going. I like here. You whistle grow from Roseanne. That was another crazy. One that Gilbert what's her name Roseanne's daughter. I've never watched that show but I think he's a one did something for her. I mean have you got beyond say one of her videos in there really Yeah I forget the name of the video but they have my airbrushing under frigging undershorts and shit. You know what I'm saying Dad. I WANNA see young thug. I did his album Release Party recently. Chinatown Fokker Man. You Got Miss Miss America one of her stuff for her to misuse aim is American one of them. Katie lowes from the Sopranos. I did something with her. For her for her She had this. She was pregnant at the time. So I guess you can do them support the baby shower kind of thing so I work. Her and I met my check did occur them. Couple guys you know they could go on and on that I could go on and on I wish I I have a list of stuff like Alaska but that's some of the people you know. Now what can people? It's all you know what you mentioned. You gather a team win. Did you knew when to know that you have to form a team to be able to do what you're doing when I was getting Events booked on the weekends where I couldn't be everywhere at one time. You know what I mean. I was getting booked five to ten events in I on Saturday or Mitzvahs head gap Those are virtually PC Originated asset. Word I in Beverly Hills Hotel. Were somewhere on a house in the hills up. You know what I mean. They spend a lot of money on those things. So that's I started getting calls on those and I can book myself but I knew a couple of ours. Ours need to be motivated and people reaching out to me. Because he's seen me at these places like down like me props Sarwono I would have got their profile. See what they're doing. You know what I mean so pretty much everyone every ever SARS the just you you. You probably know there's not a lot of us. There's probably about ten of us here that I can. Yeah handful of us in in California this South Southern California. They all work with me. A majority of them were with me. That's awesome do you have. I'm asking this question I don't do. You have a building and everything or work out of A. We don't need a billion to where I had a location downtown Los Angeles stuff okay. But we don't have a storefront where we hang on evidently for someone to call them. I have a coordinators that our family or close friends the accordion event for me. So you know it has to be a real close friend. So they build strictly with my my clients the artists other showing up and they're they have to either be able to do what I do or even better you know in majority of my artists are either bad ass. You know what I'm saying. So yes they show but Mike corneas collecting dealing with the class and they come back to me and they report to me artists. They're all they're all good. I've been through my artists. I've been you know awesome. Yeah what your from your gift. Not only that but you bless me with a shirt oh yes fascist dropping to drop today just dropped during. That's that's a stadium where I grew up in Metro. Lean you know insult drowsiness. Put on a shirt that everybody likes so so I thought I put on a shirt because they got so many compliments gift. I brought you a gift by other to open it before I say anything that I thought about you and you know what I'm saying. I wanted to hook you up with something that backpack right there. You Be careful with council on trying to figure. Oh now this is what. I'm talking about their engineering. So you what you'd like to star I gotTA DO. That's got to easily for that. Oh Yeah you don't so that's a stormtrooper that what you call him right. I'm not too much star wars fan but I thought maybe. Hey you know what to get us to Tony and Johnny Foot Awesome Okay Fan other reflections on Okay so that was. Were you brought up at thought that it was a good with you know. Did you got to check it out? Real good yes I did. Let me check it. I know I saw your name this liquid. That's it bro. And you put other light some pearls in there you know what I mean. Are you got a motive paying for that? Critics shuttle to critics paints. Okay and I wanted to. Airbrush created this show. Everybody but that's also once again. Thank you got it. That's all you have to test it. Now what if anything could people reach you? Do you have a website? The have anything that you can promote and you can push it will be the time. Yeah you could follow me. Hopefully guys get a follow me tonight. Hopefully I inspired a couple of people out there Artists you know what I'm saying. You can follow me on instagram out. Og Magoo M. A. G. Double O. U. N. NO NO OPIUM AGUNA on instagram. And also we do have a weapon of you. Want book us for any Know any parties or whatever it might be corporate Fundraisers you can His Up at www dot active act. Iv E. AIRBRUSH. He anti like entertainment so active. Airbrush E. N. T. dot com. That's a webpage. Been for fifteen years now. So you can check out our coup pitchers and everything there and then also You can reach me at active. Of course is my brand. My clothing bound. I came up with this Maybe about ten years ago and I've been running with active with the K. So you can follow me on active two point. Oh also on instagram and pick up some so my shirts I got. Some cool has in there. You know what I mean. Also I just dropped shirt today for the people that purchase shot to you for the preorder. Thank you very much for that. And all the support also an active. What inspired active active came. That's my urban company which was active airbrush which I had for twenty years. But I couldn't go with just active with the seeker. There's another company so I went with the K. Just because I was I brought up active when I was in Swamy. It was active airbrush over the case of Stanford a lot of different things at the time and so I stood up with the K. Not Tell we that's how I've been doing it ever since then people selling. Where'd you get that hat known for having cool ads? Sorta was designed my own and people were buying them Ochoa and something that I just put out once in a while is not my my main. You know what I mean I just throw them out there once in a while so if you do get it's always limited edition saying so awesome. Awesome this time. If you want a any shot you WanNa Gabe or we've got like two minutes in up to you. Want to get off. I just shout out to my family for sure and my wife and kids you know for being there supporting you my backbone. You know what I'm saying for sure that I want to get a shot. Or my way Bob Lethal while he's a really good friend of mine Lot of stuff in the makings man. We'd probably that guy there Give a shout out to my tattoo as well. I gotta give him a shot. I just because he's the one who really put me on. Today's put me on the Radio Palmer and put my art out. There knows and he he. He opened the doors for me. The the wires you know what I'm saying solar I'll give it a shot to him and much. My team Bro. Active Active Team. Chateaux you out there. In and until all the airbrush artists that inste- the support in October starts to disappoint me. Man. I love you guys Madison. Just keep up the work. I'm also well anything that we can do here for you. You know what the doors open right. Tony thank you so much man. I appreciate that very much and I appreciate you even having me on here. You know what I'm saying. I'm not a rapper. Or Artisanal you know and I WANNA make sure you're one of the elements of hip right. Started thirty started from break. Pop Lock in and hip hop and the streets. All the way to where I'm at now you know what I'm saying. So awesome awesome things coming up in looking forward to all that stuff as well awesome all right everybody once again. We're going to take a ten minute break. We're GONNA come back with our next guest and once again the gofundme like to give it's on my bio or we bring it up on the website of actually being up on the screen but it's on my facebook bio as well so if you want to contribute who if not a no worries it's all good. I got three of these. Bundles left Three of them. So the First-come-first-served Audrey for thirty of the CDs at the DOCK MIXTURE DOT com. And Go ahead and go get yourself some green drink. Just get yourself well so popcorn and we'll be back in a minute. Let me give a big shout out to Bobby Dover coming out thank you very much is hopefully. He hangs up with US or back in ten minutes. Everybody so welcome everybody to Rhodium radio episode. Fifty eight and before I introduce my special guest once again. I think somebody just bought this bundle. So you want to get it got two more so other than that. The mix tape documentary. You can watch documentary order documentary dot com and you can use the Promo Code Tea or in Twenty get twenty percents off other than that. A gofundme page. Would you can find a sugary popping up on the screen and if not a my instagram on my bio or facebook a bio or on youtube on one of these videos. There's a link to go fund me if you like to go fund that you're GonNa rub documentary other than that offered to do. Please allow me to introduce my very special guests. La ICON in the motherfucker building. Yo Yo yo what up. It's a pleasure to be here brother. Thank you for coming. Thank you for coming thanks. I know we talked before about getting you. WanNa hear but they were on some different circumstances you were like no and they tony to do it. And the spirit of six nine. That guys for in the spirit of six nine. That's what's trending right now is out of control but I mean fuck it. I guess you know what's funny. Man Just Generation. He may man. I hope I regret what I'm about to say what I'm bucks. I don't condone but it's almost like he made snitching in all they're going. Say Some wildland ship. Yeah definitely made it. I wouldn't say he made it cool but he definitely is getting away with their. How about that? Yeah Yeah so now you know before we jump into every artist and how you got started. I know you you do pretty much filming for a living. What do you like to watch Shit Really Netflix? Netflix my shit. What are they they just put out a new season of that will Seattle Season. Fucking one hundred or some shit fucking amazing. I live with the fucker doing right here. Watching on novella then fucking five hundred episodes later literally literally five hundred episodes later every conceivable novella so every fucking season as hundred something episodes other than that. The normal Netflix Shit. I'm a big big NETFLIX. Okay so you recommend on because I usually recommend good stuff to the arms. If if you're into that show you if you watch it. Okay now be only got one documentary under my belt. Okay but I will say this and I think I can pretty much after this when I look at. Look at DOC mentors whatever. I look at now ways of the way they filmed the way they edit. Horse Transition There's a how you look movies as well. I try not to look at it that way. But if it's obvious how about this if it's not up to par with Hollywood standards and it's noticeable. How about that? Yeah like. Have you noticed some sloppy like I probably could have got this GIG? 'em saying other than that. I try not to pay attention to even if it's any of our work okay. What was the last though? You'll see it old or new like last night. I one of my favorite ones limitless such a hard as fucking movie the zoom. When there's you know what I mean that's crazy effect. I loved movie that movie hard. I wish I could have one of those pills but I take that naturally on me. I just a good movie that I've seen recently. What was fucking with other day? Those pretty good something twenty three in a day or twenty three in one. It's a movie on Netflix. Has the has this kid from this? Other fucking movies is black head. I don't remember what the I don't remember. But it was good. It was about him being down. He's super with the program and he was getting put on by King Pin. Or what have you? You're not gonNA but Long story short he goes and he He waxes and he gets caught for it and he goes to prison but when he goes to prison. He's with his deadbeat as dad. His Dad was there for him but he wasn't there from you. Know what I mean. So he's there in prison with dummies telling them like you'll you're going to do. This goes as like Longer for murdering take care of myself La La. His home is being on his right hand. Man in the streets ends up being a Like a turncoat. He's like playing of both sides of the fence. Outlet the Cosby with the OPS or whatever with enemies and he goes to jail the rumors out that. He's actually fucking with ops. Yeah the same guy. Plays risen the Wu Tang documentary. He ends up He ends up hitting the yard soon. Hit the are they going to hug each other and they both go to stick each other and he ends up getting the better the better half of that and I send the movie while. It's a little bit more to that. That's the major scary movies. I focus scary movies. I don't get to watch them very often. Because she doesn't fuck what it's okay I'll have to watch what's one of your most. Maybe favorite within the last ten years if you had one period Freddie Cougar is my guy now the last one or the new the older ones. I can't really recall. The last one. Generally like the last one but the series. My mom was really big into horror when I was in her household. And on Freddie Krueger my was Michael Myers so we're kinda close as long as it's not Jason. Because you got beef insure your. That's a good. But I'll tell you what we to like to watch Like the conjuring. I don't like to fuck with the spiritual. Shino much I know. Even though insidious even that sit is pretty vicious. You have like ten of them. I just like one. The mainland exit. Like it's like walking. Chucky was like a child plays good. Yeah I Charles Shit. I remember all the Little Kid. I saw that at the mood here. My Mom's drop me and my brother and we used to be in there fucking watch movies and then go to the next day. When I was doable. Yeah so now. Where would you grew up? I grew up in El Sereno which the east side of Los Angeles not to be confused with East. La It's east of East La okay. This is the last city before the San Gabriel Valley begins. Don't monitor how I know your city because in the eighties me and my boy we used to ditch to Roosevelt or Garfield all fine girls winter harbor but when we would go after a night to clubs or to the House parties. Everybody's talking said you gotta go you gotta go to also we everybody's past tense up everybody but we're was. We used to go out there so your city doing parties. You went to school whenever altered. I actually was kicked out of school in the seventh grade. And I got my ged. When I was in Camp Juvenile Cam when I was sixteen so after seventh grade because I was smart enough from okay. Smart enough to get my. Ged A couple of years later bucket and white capital. Mommy asking I don't know why they sent me to camp. I had already gone to all the juvenile halls. They didn't give me why as so. I don't know it was just camp that time I guess challenger in Lancaster can't McNair I went to all the camps there but can't McNair got my. Gd Any brothers sisters. My brother is probably as old as you on. My sister's ten years older than me saw him. The youngest was the bad one. Mama's boy I guess. Yeah okay that's cool. We'll go with that. We'll go with that or more so than my dad. Yes Oh for sure sports growing up. I tried yeah. It was pretty good basketball. Yeah my name. I mean obviously didn't go fucking pro right but my name is L. Street Park on a plaque in the hall of fame for Folk in Little League basketball. I guess you could call Shit. I used to be all right. I wasn't always I still who go. Not everyone's buff like you or it's only not well. Hey anyways that should grow now around win or who would you say you spotted you to pick up the camera It's a weird story. So broad that I was dating at the time was trying to become a professional makeup artist and Chande becoming really big more power to her. Whatever but a one of the Times I guess it was a rich kids school so we were on sunset and vine in the condos that are right there on top of sunset. Ivine and we were one of these students clad us or one of her classmates condos and they had a bad ass fucking camera. He said something about eighty or something like that. It was like a fucking crazy as I kind of picked it up. I WAS DRUNK. Fucking around was a six selling weed at the time and I was like Michael by one of these right now. They're like you. Should I need help fuck and taking pictures on my work or whatever and I was like all right for sure? So the next day I bought a camera I had wrapped I will always wrapped or whatever so I knew took your photos. You knew him you told me. Let's take his photos like no. Alex took his to homeys photos. And it just spread like that one of one of the more popular people that I shot back then was the elbow to elbow gang style or your so Gangsta L. And he took me. I met Frost. I met Mac ten Jay Rock and all kinds of other people that day. Jay Rock from TV and that day. That particular day is the day. I learned how to feel music videos because I feel filming with me not something like the Webcam but a little hand camp and I was filming the behind the scenes of the video. Shoot my way to get more money. I would film it to the Little Handy Cam like eight. You want photos coupon. I'll interview you to video if you want skinny extra hundred bucks or whatever the fuck out of the time. Always Moi's open to this day but focus from long story short. I went home. I told I told L. Shooting a record is record and by chance. I seem did up with them saying the lyrics. Now it's like what the ACA shoot a music video then I upgraded my camera and back then these digital love these DSL ours just had just hit the market so it was able to film anti goals. So is the t- to why everyone's getting Canon t series. Whatever the fuck I had the T to I and I m fuck out of that Shit until it broke all. I still have it to this day. Awesome awesome were you at this time this was. I don't even recall how many years I was ten years ago. It'll be ten years in November that I've been filming music videos com. I'm sure you've got a lot of crazy footage. I have probably twelve hard drives full of everything. I never delete anything survivor films. You gotTA summer for sure. Not even somewhere. I know exactly where it is. A waterproof safe awesome awesome. You know. I know that's probably a lot better than records. I have sixty credits. Records covered all from this wall. But Safety Hazard I knew exactly where everything was so now I know us to wrap yes. What inspired owed incorporated that the first song I ever really recited was nothing but a g thing. That's the first thing I ever members and I would like anyone else. Replace the lyrics with the hood or with this or with that and I figured I could wrap and then in junior high school. We used to wrap at lunch or whatever and then I just carried on from there. Okay High School. I didn't even go to school but I would go up to the school with the homeys shouldn't go kick little freestyles and leave. Chile that you work up any type of demos or anything like that Me and my buddies did record some shit and it's on the Internet right now. It's bad one of my homies. It was one of my is passed away. Rest in peace. Mommy Snaps Aka Tron fucking on. He he had this little fucking cool edit pro. You've heard a cool edit pro. No it's basically Sony addition or adobe. It's adobe audition but like fucking fifteen seventeen sixteen years ago something something something. All Book and Yeah we would record in his in his bed. His Dad's bedroom on a on a shitty might not even this. This is decent the Little Radio Shack. Mics and his dad would come home. 'cause they were in school. I wasn't Pull up the weed or whatever the fuck it was at the time and We would record limits on the Internet. Now I'm not GonNa say the link awesome. It's you two Fokker. Don't share their should. Bro Is bad is good but as bad as bad now. Now that's actually better half these fuckers. Think about maybe I should drop. That should drop now. Just maybe it's a bad meaning. Bad Book battening. Good we run with that okay. That's good so now. You wrapped did you ever at one point. Say you know what. I'm a rapper. Release an album. That ever happened. Yes so I was with the campaign will before the campaign I released now but I was in high school and that was it was alright occur young so I mean it is what it was bottom so when I I met the homeless from the campaign during a photo. Shoot through you you. Then they came across me somehow. They're like a Homey said you wrapped and I was like yeah. They're like jump on the song so I went in the booth. I fucked it up real quick. I recycled sixteen because I didn't have anything to do with it. I had written it. I recorded it. I mean I never recorded. I've written it. I wrote of memorized it. And that day there like an when perfect to the temple and I dropped in and the rest is history and with that being said we dropped. The project called a divine intervention. That was our first project. And that didn't okay was alright. We had gone digital distribution to empire. Because I have a empire account whatnot so what we went through empire and then the next one is called gunpowder poetry and that's actually hosted by. Julio Jian Tony g they hosted that mix tape for me and did really really well We got a little bit of Radio Action. It was a big. It was a cool little big thing because we were so diverse where all Latin we were all spinning are different little shit. It was gangster but not over the top. It was still hip hop. You know what I mean so on an slick on that one. You got distributed by Empire They're all distributions empire on my Brown sideshow. Who who did the production opened to that point on there is a guy called infamy? There he's had one half of a group called Ono. If you've ever heard of the young skinny kid he's really really popular. Name is relevant rails. Pretty cool kid on your someday. Maybe but with that being said as infamy easy on he did most of almost all actually gunpowder. Poetry was a mix tape divine intervention. He produced through through any actually did produce competitive. Poetry called it. A mix tape. 'cause there was some hijack beats from alchemist shit like that but he also got a couple of tracks on their two pretty sick ochre and over three hundred dropped from one to three until my Brown Nolan. Then I dropped another solo project after that because we were going on tour we had some tour dates king little. Gee we had some tour dates with the the young man Florida if you've ever heard of him and I carried on on that tour or whatever and I needed. Product has marched was on tour heating emerging. Pollsters close. What what have you if you don't know that you need pollsters close shifts and a CD. Ideally right so I cut a cut. A Solo project called the big picture and that did probably. That's the best album ever dropped as far as moneywise. I've made quite a bit of money. And at that time would you say that you really rep serious like like I took extremely serious about the video? Shit took a backseat one hundred percent. I was making decent revenue. Not Going to say I'm driving. I was driving an exotic exotic GAZ vehicle book. I had a car. I had my own SPA and all I did was music industry shit. Of course I still shot a couple of videos and one or twice a week which is decent money but the money mostly came from streams video views and album sales awesome awesome. I'm glad to hear that now. A hundred to be Tony. And Julio How the fuck did I meet Tony? Julio that's a great question I can't even I can't say for sure I maybe. Do you know Kiki the Hennessy Lounge. Kiki I know one kicking butt kicking. Smooths I know. Kiki's Kiki on your I I if I can attribute attributed to Kiki from the Hennessy Lounge. I can't even recall how I know Julia on Tony. But they blessed me I took on the projects. They liked it. They wanted to fuck with it a little bit more like on the mastering. I look the fluky. Wind Gusts blessing. Me told me that you're listening to you. Know I mean a Julio Julio Shit Tony did actual live scratches on it was a great thing which I believe today. In my opinion that will musical acts elected school scratching the peace of mind fucking with that no more especially on the actual thing he was scratching so live it would skip not skip the CD but he would skip a bar to you. Know what I mean like when you're he's doing his Rhodesia you're a DJ talking about better than I. Do you know what I mean. So now he was doing his mother fucking thing. And when you started touring who manager at the time. I didn't have a Tory manager but we had A. I guess we all had shared the same tour manager which would be. I suppose. I don't know if you've heard I suppose from one eight. He also raps. Excuse me HE'S A. He was cool. He was all right. Okay and who we got. The headliner would have been four and also on a separate different tour that was hosted by an artist we had like seven or eight dates with the king little g reverie self provoke. We're all coming up at the same time but gee would have been the headliner that time and abroad. What Year was five? Maybe Dallas to long ago this would have been twenty fifteen twenty fourteen twenty sixteen twenty twenty sixteen was probably the last time you know spun it because maybe my age age of fifty two thousand five. I'm thinking back when you know my space came out. You know what I'm saying. I had a my space page. Yeah so that's that's what I fucking I might like sound so old now but two thousand five is fucking old. That's when I fuck in now's the avs just barely. Outta high school or socialist or I should have been ochre. Okay know forget. Sometimes I deal with the younger generation so I don't want years. I'll open their. It's all good so now you're wrapping go on tour of what were you thinking of the music doubles. Zara during that time and I don't like the state of music today. How would you like to start a music? Then the state of music then would still been the trap shit or whatever but the people on tour were more hip hop per se. I was riding the fence traps last ship off. Because my bars aren't dumbed down. Trash per se but they also weren't fucking super lyrical miracle spiritual type Shit. You know what I'm saying. Row Run and hop that those records take you into trouble everywhere I didn't go to. I've been to the East Coast for for to perform but during those tours it was mostly the west coast. And then you know the the normal racket fuck in New Mexico Arizona Utah Cetera like that little section and I could have probably gone to the east coast during that time but I was running low on merchant i. I didn't know how big Muffin fat and you want to be honest. I didn't know helping fan. Might have been in Michigan. You know what I'm saying so I didn't necessarily want to incur all the costs of fucking being out there not necessarily killing it. You know what I'm saying because I was used to killing it everywhere. We went the stage. Performance would have been On point because that's a formula that's down packed per se but I don't know what the crowd reception would have been the merch in saying. Okay now after you get off. The tour will during all that time. Will you still filming that all? We're taking pictures as you're traveling. I was trying to film during those tour dates. Obviously because or whoever's if girl was with me of a homeless women a film this on a Tripod camera over here at Cetera et Cetera. And I would do recap videos for all of us or make a couple of bucks off of him. Offer him him. Oh you need a music video over here. Let's fuck it sensible and of course when I was home film because I have regular set neither videos and shit. Oh Korea that'll work so now you got up that tour to record anymore or did you just like you. Don't let me just go ahead and stick to this allergists doing the same old shit for almost two years the same the same music. I would change up the show said if I knew someone else was. GonNa Maybe giveaway. We'd or if we were doing a we thing I'll put a weed song on instead or you know. Just switch it up to pertain to the exact circumstances of that show but sanction. Oko Okay Now. At what point in time would you say you ended up meeting? Tokar? I met Tokes. Maybe five years a goal and it was through. They're part of Crime Family. Entertainment now of criminals label or whatever and they go by the Empire Writers. It was a big Who had hooked me up with TOGAS COUSIN OUT. He called him one punch. If you ever saw the lives or whatever and The only Luiz or whatever so called me one day was like Yo I'm GonNa plug you in with the Brown side. I had never heard of Cultural Brown side because I did like. I said listen to fucking Dr Dre. Nothing but g thing was Mike. I should out about that same time. He would have been easy side doctor. You know what I mean so I wasn't privy to all that bullshit those tiny bit before my time before my musical time. At least I'm saying and so it was like okay. Whatever you know what I'm saying. I give him the price he was like. Okay well the problem. Going across the border Good right WHO's like yeah. We're good I was like well. Fuck it if you're saying we're good. We're good so he told me. Meaning at the gas station off the fucking and five freeware or whatever and I was like whatever he's like I'll be wearing a cowboy hat cool. I got you so I pull up down there and I'm looking for some fool in fucking he's like. I'M GONNA pickup truck some are. I'm looking for by sunrise. Homey like all right some looking for a pickup with a homeless umbrella. 'em Life Call Nicole where the fuck a Ufo he's like Dick. I'm right here looking at you. And my pickup would a cowboy hat on these fucking Dallas Dallas cowboys full so we crossed the border. We go over there. My first encounter with a Tokar South beach houses. We're all in beach houses right there so the beach house. One is more like a family house where you could have your kids your wife or whatever I want across the street to tell one punches to Nah fuck in so anyway so fucking it on. We're going I go in. I'll do the voice. Fuck because always impression of Tokyo so when I go like what a big come on in so I go inside. And there's this crazy fucking and horror right. There went crazy. I mean like Super Big old cities. Nash Kinda like just right there where she's posting like this is all you big dog ladies across the street right. Gordon and I looked online. Four would if she calls your fucking caught up. Don't Tram Dhabi my wife's got you and I laughed it off and he was like humider spreader legs this shitty was like. That's all you know like. I just laugh probably how I laugh right now. And it's all you Lewis is like you don't gotTa tell me twice in. That was my first encounter with toby all and then he paid me. Pay Me quite a sizable amount of money. On in that instance right after like you don't have to just the money I eagle and then there was a restaurant down the down the street like literally like from here to where my car is. And so I guess has not dentistry a couple of buildings and fuck in. We got to open TAP wide. Open TAB show pay for alcohol not even really drink neither so took care of me. He was really good hooker. Not Not not what you for videos. Strictly videos fittings videos and photos not really photos. Because I was just I mean we're filming already listed new drop a couple of real quick mostly videos and how many videos that joined the filming for him using. I don't know a lot okay. I shot every single thing that they put out from when they came back out. So when did he come back? Twenty fifteen twenty sixteen. When he started putting out his new ship Europe. I did every I did all of every I started that youtube page every single thing now every single thing just him or the other group everyone. Everyone Brown's side related. Okay thank you you give us a couple of names of the people that may be Sold the obviously original Brown side. Which of course. The Mommy wicked tokes. They're brown side. His little brother clever on rich rich. You know saying we should average G on here. He's more your fucking era. As a matter of fact I don't like to give away. Who's GONNA be here? Let's just say he deserves it. He's a good man The trestle boys which are little danger and Ravi and Chino. Chino I believe has a hefty jail sense. He's looking at that. I believe he's innocent of Shit. Whatever I'm not the judge rights and Lady Bents can't forget about lady and I shot every single one of their videos as well up until two years ago and I think the only person that's been putting off stuff lately as little danger more power to him by the way so and shooting these videos of you say you started to youtube page. Release it through you to yes. Of course he amassed many many subscribers. I don't know maybe might be at two hundred K. By now I'm out of the fold on that because once spoke passed away. I I quit. You know what I'm saying. No disrespect any of the homeys. I reached out to everyone individually prior to me quitting. They said it was cool. Only one person said it would look wack because he had just passed away in my look like some vegetables like testy. Santa's cool knows bitching out has just you just try abandoned okay? So I put out an album through brown side or eastbound records. Whatever you WANNA call a wheel claimed around side. You know what I'm saying. At that point it was more just like a flagship scenario as opposed it being actual being member of the group. You know what I'm saying so I'd released an album called the cost of living and I. I just released did. We didn't amazing show at the Browns side flagship store in downtown Los Angeles or whatever in like people she was leaking into. The streets was great and a couple months after he passed away. Rohan. I didn't want to capitalize on all the attention. Because you're all of our followers went up. All of our profile views went up all the video views went up and maybe maybe from a marketing standpoint. I made a huge mistake but an integrity and honor standpoint from my homie. I did the right thing by not trying to fucking capitalized and release a new music. Video in the middle of all of us morning per se. You know what I'm saying so I just took a back seat to that and after that I just didn't feel like I need to be part of the record labels rapper. You know what I'm saying. I'M NOT GONNA. I wasn't GonNa wrap during that time. So how was your religious able to just Making you call anytime. You should shoot them. He was one of the Groomsman at my wedding. As an example. That was my dog. We talked every single day twice a day once in the morning. If it was a business thing we'll start off his business. In meantime or shit talkers. I definitely like the top of gang a shit if we were fucking gossiping or whatever. The case may have been just talking shit period talking about the baby talking about this talking about that. That was my boy. That was the real ass way I would go over there. For non work related things just to Chill Cetera. Spent holidays together all of our families and Shit. So that's good to hear a lot of people interested into here now. Let me ask you questions very hard for me to ask but I need to ask. Where were you when you found out you don't award the day that it happened I was filming a video for jokes. He was the newest artists. Put onto the team or whatever. It was me jokes in throbbing at my house. Filming the video boss. Bitch like the fucking Tenth Day of filming because folks wanted more and more should more shit said fucking on. He called jokes throbbing to fuck and make sure we were doing. Whatever we're supposed to be doing. And what have you fucking on? I was just talking Shit. Saying you're never gonNA get your video. Fuck that Blah Blah Blah while the folks checking up on us on fucking these. Your helps knowledge doing anything anyway. I talk stupid Shitty just talking shit though I mean it was all in. Good Fun is like Jumpy Blobel fucked around a lot and That was like one or two afternoon. Come to find out later. Everything had happened around five. You know what I'm saying and I didn't know that so the Homie Luiz. One Punch was blowing up my phone in the middle of the night. Maybe not blowing it up. You call two or three times and I. I was asleep and my phone on silent at all times. So if my phone goes on camera guys no I never answer my phone right. So there's that right so fucking I woke up and I call them like you'll S- cracking becoming so late at night. He's got the home dog. They got the home and I was like gold. Bail him out the fuck. I've never seen one of the biggest. How about this one of the videos that I filmed for Tokes? You know people's property and videos now right guard they. They don't even have that amount of money so he had the most amount of money I've ever seen in my life in person in a video so when I say bail amount I literally mean the fuck bail amounts light. It's fucking Mexico you know bail F. O. L. Payoff fucking. He was like the got the homey. You don't understand it. Got The he was at my House. Forty five minutes later and he lived at least an hour away. What I'm saying. We flew to my house. He told me and house like Shit. The fuck up like Albany you know why you're playing like this like what are you really want where we going? What are we doing? And he wasn't fucking around so you just had a hard time consuming. I yeah and then I mean it was true then. I saw a news report than I saw photo. A pretty fucking wild photo or whatever and now saying well you hang out with someone every day and you see a particular photo when you see what they're wearing you know then like you know what I mean so it's crazy. Thank you for sharing that. At the time I ever hear. Somebody ever mentioned that photo. But we're going to go ahead and stop it there and we can take a break and we're gonNA come right back and then we'll talk about everybody that you've been shooting ever since let's do. It don't recipes Tokar before was to be once again. Everybody call somebody take somebody slept. Should our smarter that any icon is in the motherfucker building here back in about ten minutes. We'll come back everybody to Rodeo Radio Episode Fifty Eight. We're going to go ahead and jump right back into it with none other than La icon off shouts everyone on the chat. Yeah fucking amazing you guys talking. Shit but can slough your shit talking skills. I got a new name today. I'm cap fishing on my fucking flyer. Photo owning silently him me with them fat girl angles on that one. I mean don't hate cracking. They'll tell them to grow angles high angle right right angle is usually you know what's going on either short guys take them with the phone down here looking up looking down so they can look taller shortly angle. Yeah Yeah so me I just usually I level anyways you were supposed to a service be shot. Houston so here we go. And so now we. What inspired your name? Allie icon and was that you're wrapping named when you were So I'm concerned about taking the shot. Everyone knows me knows. I don't really drink so was -clusive so this is fucking bullshit nice warmest come down your chest cold pause. Come down your chest. Alex does it actually a with Tokar drink so coincidental. Run with that though Yeah but did you. Didn't ask me right now if you weren't high heels on the weekend when he plays away now what we're what is the name icon wrapping. It was inspired by the photography. And instead of me having fucking thirty five different names I just decided why not fuck an icon and icon is not the most original name on the Hawaii. There isn't very many but there is some for photography so I just put away. 'cause that's where. I'm from cities my first name. Now I mean so. That's what it is. Okay now. Was that you're wrapping name as well. It was my wrapping name since I started putting on Music Professional. Yes okay before them. Non-professional have another name now. That was a yes. I'm myself senator directly the I don't need to get Google than all my old sugar brought up to give it away. Something's gotTa stay secret baby quick question one of your favorite comedy movies of all time Friday. Really just off the Friday okay mine. I was asked this. The first one that came to my mind was coming to America. You're fucking old Tony. Yes very very old when the dinosaurs roamed the earth so but yes. I have my walkers on the other movie. I don't remember it probably as well as I should considering it's a classic but I remember it. They're wearing like the Shakey's and all kinds of crazy shit on your. Let me tell you something you need to watch the honest to me in my opinion and people may disagree or the majority may agree with me. I do believe that that is the greatest comedy of all time so anyways. Let's get back to your now filming videos at what point in your life that you said you know what I'm going to just do this over the wrapping It's always back and forth always back and forth like when I was doing the little when I say tour we weren't fucking doing staples center but we were doing decent shows. Thousand people five hundred people sometimes two hundred people that cetera right. Excuse me so fucking and reading the comments you guys are fucking wild. It was a bad idea for me to turn on because I want to address it fucking on been on long story. Short fucking on is just whenever. I'm whenever I'm wrapping. I'm still filming but when I'm filming I'm not necessarily wrapping make sense like when I'm full force on the film that means the wrapping should is dormant for whatever reason not because at writer's block not for any other reason other than the video shows just cracking like people like right now. I concentrate a free style iconic really wrap whatever whatever etcetera etcetera fucking home. I don't feel the need to right now or crow is just kicking ass on the videos. I film everyone misfit. I feel everyone cracking fucking. I just shot a video has doing really really well. Shots Robbing a whole ship. Actually he had invited me to. I don't WANNA call it a party because it was at a studio but listening is listening party but instead I chose to go see. Mc Hammer while fucking do Tony. Yester- one of my boys bodyguards for Ham switched to come on man to school so the mutation by Hammer was he doing gospel rap at that. This was recently. Okay this will just recently one thing about hammer not only easier real humble dude like real but his shows he's still gives it one hundred ten percent men like I really do. I can hammer dance. Everything but he. He brought people stayed. You can't touch this. He did everything and I really people can say. Fuck Dude I would never say that because I love his Husselmann. I love his hustle so he went broke and made it back right. Just can't be mad at that you know when you're making one hundred thousand a show ten shows you had a million bucks. That's like three months work. Max exactly you know. And you can't hate on that can I got rappers. That are trying to sell tickets so they can perform the way of the way of the fucking world these days. I guess to the promoters people do that I know I know I know a few of them. They're my friends but that's what they do so now on. You will name in a couple of artists that you had a film. Was there ever any orders? Would mention any names that you would like the fuck asshole you know. What no has usually. I'm the asshole on the scene really. Yeah ochre 'cause I talk a Lotta Shit. I'm always poking fun. And let's just say you're used to all your yes-men and I'm poking fun at. You might not be accustomed to some fucking with you like that. And Not that Mr popular or anything but my numbers are pretty alright as a rapper and as my social media Cetera et. So it's Kinda camera location Better than me or trump distract or some shit. Or what are you GONNA say plus? I'm filming your video and I might be being a dig because you're drunk asshole me over. There won't stop telling me fucking brilliant ideas that we already talked about three weeks ago or whatever the case may be you know what I'm saying so you ever get those guys. Maybe you ought to shoot over here. Maybe you ought to show a lot a lot shots all which camera. Let's see camera shuttle to all the guys that are right. They're giving me good ideas. I really appreciate it a lot. You know believe me. We get this one guy. Maybe like two guys or one guy emails us and Lisa Paragraphs on pointers. Yes yes does he follow any of them? I don't even know who I don't even know who this guy this guy pretty much like one of them. He wrote me how I am not qualified for the why. It's a long paragraph. I know somewhat of your history. I want to see that fucking explanation. Why fucking tie? I don't know why I honestly maybe Johnny Tell You after. But that's what he said if all aside qualified you know what the natural asked him but I feel like a so. I'm not qualified. Another guy said you should do. You should consider this Your your brakes are too long you need to do. There's where even all kinds of ships while you're recycling. The same shirt wash just like five times awarded. Bye Bye weeks on the road. Let's look inside so but yeah dude I get that kind of it. I'm thinking who has the time to write me an entire letter but people be bored. Maybe it was sitting on the shitter. Maybe he's on quarantine. Muffler got time on right now. Yeah you're right so now. How do you became that guy? Everybody calls you've got to get my com video by shooting shooting shooting and shooting. I feel like my prices are. Maybe the most competitive for the quality on pumping out. There's not too many people better than me and my price bracket or with my caucus fuck or in the general area for them. There's only two people that I think are fucking me? Not Giving them a plug shutouts. He is though. You probably think I'm talking about you but I'm now fucking on shot to the homes. That are filming music videos. You know what I'm saying. Everyone's trying to get it. Everyone has their own guy these days. You know what I'm saying so for me to be able to shoot music videos for a lot of the popular artists that are out in the an Iraqi rhinos blessing in itself. You know what I'm saying. 'cause they don't have to choose me so you don't get on blessed nine hundred ninety one. We shot our first video at the volumes was sick. We have some people that come from Australia. So he's a fucking of town of Disney hired him and I'll be honest to. They seem to professional. You know until the director. He had a leather pants lexinfintech. Jim Morrison when we're also some real. Hollywood wannabe director says Hi. He will sag in his leather pants. Sagging them rather pads leather. Tiny skinny pants yes. We draws current goes and invitations only. Yeah and then by the time now I was always one of those guys how she didn't really care but for me. I wanted to go to the editing. I wanted to see how it was done. I WanNa see what you're going to put in it. I have no idea how they ended. Right okay so I went and they. It was funny. I'm thankful I wouldn't because asked me. So what do you think we should right here now? I'm being real serious when I say that Do you should you here? Shall We take that out? How do you want to see it? I'm thinking to myself. What a fuck what he's going to do if I wasn't here I'm not saying I edit it but not ask for your input and you gave it. I gave it after seeing it as old as black and white Godzilla movie. You know it was fucked up those guys twenty five Thousand Dollars Five Shouli twenty rents I gotcha. Yeah all right cool tomorrow. Follow me to the bank. I saw your fucking times your car. The black one. No yeah should shit. He's got twenty five eighty so check this out so then the Hughes Brothers Albert coming to the pictures and we give them thirty five. Finish your video. We go to Venice beach after that are set derby sit in the park echo park everything changes and Australian. Get pissed off to tighten. Stay with us. Yeah pretty much to talk about the very trash. It was fucked Bro. But that was our first video. Let me ask you. This was a trash because of the quality or was a trash because the circumstances they were dealt. Both I have done anything better other than Shula. Better equipment yes I if you look at it. It's almost like when you're watching the video. Everything splashing of video of everything flashing. You don't see a steady pace of the guy wrapping You know so you know it is. It is what it is brought. You could go on youtube issue but now other than shooting rap videos the you should anything else. I've pretty open to shoot. Whatever the fuck people throw at me. So if it's your nieces yet up fits your fucking sister-in-law's wedding. I fucking a funeral. I've filmed all kinds of shit. I feel anything that could be beat under. I put a Saturday is fucking song but not a sad song. I put a trailer. Music occurs say or ambient. Sad zero remember old. Should I shot a fucking music video ad funeral in a respectful way because it was a song for the gentleman that passed away recipe. Gentlemen you know what I'm saying but lot shot Now you still have any association with a site at all not especially but I think we're all on the terms or as I know what I'm saying Pumping a music videos on. No-one tapped into video with me from that camp. But like I said I think little danger put something out recently. Maybe a couple of months ago or maybe it was more recent than that but he. I think he's still trying to push the moving along. You know what I'm saying. So shout to him. I know you did Cujo course for him. The last one that you did okay and the one for the baby or the freestyle. No the one that he did. You did the baby one as well. Okay Good One. But the going and just recently terminology. Damning cocky of Cocky Cadeau best songwriter goal super simple music video. It was right after so he was with me at another video and he was like a film that knows like came in and we negotiated whatever bullshit price. Cujo pays and I took them to the spot. I took him to two spots. And I chose that one I mean I can film so many videos. There's only so many fucking places I could fill me forwards. I need you to take me somewhere. I've never been type shit so I took a nice little viewing when wealth for I guess the reason why I like that video and I know a lot of get upset. What I'm about to say and I know you shop tons of these kept top videos. They always incorporate the same elements cars and bitches cars of girl tour green slow motion. Don't hey guys blowing. We'd at the Camera Mandatory Red Cup wider or a Hennessy. Bottle been blue and should have been Tequila right so my is you do a video. What are no asses? Were video without. No low riders. Hold on can you do video without no weed okay? Now when I saw that video will with Cujo I truly appreciated it because that was that was straight so much raw bacteria. That's exactly where we were able to get away with it because that's exactly what the fuck it was. We didn't come anywhere else. Film three takes that video. I think we stood there talking shit to each other about nothing longer than it took for me to video and I edited that video fastest folk to like. Maybe two hours maybe simple doctor. You know what I'm going to share what you share with my boy John. Simple sales and we'll simple dog and I love the focus on as soon as that song came on he started rapping the first couple of bars. Got Me hooked. Gummy me man my son. I know it's Real Dad. You adopted him. Speaking of which has some bills. He's gotTa Pay. What's up POPs data? He's going to be honest filming these videos. Look as far as the girl. That's a fail-safe move. That's my signature. Move a bitch toward sorry. If you're watching this is cute. Told me it's okay to call you guys. Bitches saw the bus says so ice cube folk until me. Okay so yeah bitches fucking working in the video that's a fail-safe move right there if I don't have anything else to show a mere video. That's cool by showgirls working. Who's GonNa Argue with that? You may not appreciate it per se from artistic standpoint but from a consumer standpoint easy peasy I could get a million views off of a Bitch. Torquing as the thumbnail. That's facts. I rather see it in person. Invites you video shoe? You could finesse your way in if you can with the girl or whatever but she definitely GonNa shake her shift or I promise you that mandatory let me ask you a weird question shoot it. Say Do till J. Homey I'm going to have a bunch of workers women. What are they and I got to? You're GONNA shoot it. That'd be that'd be bad. Why tabby RAV? I don't know man. You GotTa get some close ups. I gotTa Zoom Lens. I don't know about that if I got fucking on if I got you know what I mean if I got worked on that like I just arrived in all of us like we're GONNA have all kinds of people toward Kim lecture and I show up in his just all kinds of guys right on Ohio react and I'm not homophobic or anything but that's RAV. Yeah it is what would you do? You're asking me did first of all the interview. So but yes he can get away with. Finding I'm not gonNA push issue was bullshit. But then he got nervous. He's dropping. The beer can shit knowing that we know at Tony's going right now fucking gone. Okay now what videos can you tell me? Let the public know because you are the video guy mask these video questions. Some of the videos have you can give me your best five that you you could say. That was my shit right. I know you probably don't want to name them. Because you don't want to hurt the hardest feelings OFFERMAN Director Video Aquifer standpoint. Would you say this was my best? I don't shots at his my. It's an old old video. I'm only going to say it's an old video when I did it. There were no drone shots in existance yet. Lowest Line fucking drones wasn't a thing as called La State of mind by Sobotta the ghost. I'm very proud of that video to this day. Old As dirt probably wasn't as bad as the leather pants. Sagger dude should they? They did for you but pretty good man. L. A. State of mind bottle of ago says shit that Shit. I like that one a lot now. I got a question. I'll put you on the spot right here. Let's go. Do you like chicken wrap on. What's your definition of? She got already. No no no no. No no just answer the question. Do you like Chicano rap. I know it's easy to bounce it back to me on the last martyr. That brother to you like you can rack named one. She rapper here. We go everybody as an example. How putting him on the spot and he doesn't want to answer so I'm going to answer icon snobbish watching Lambie shots lanham beasts. My you know so. Do you mean fucking pre twenty fourteen. She gano rapper. Do you mean like just in general the golden era of Chicano. Rabbi do not listen to. I just got done telling you. I didn't even know who the Fokker wasn't he? Might very well be besides a couple other individuals that try to claim the fame. One of the godfathers of Chicano rap. I would say. Tokes is the godfather of gangster. She GonNa wrap over sure but I didn't listen to frost. I mean who didn't hear like this for Rasa per se but I mean I didn't listen to mellow matinees. I listened to be real. I mean 'cause that was some. That's not chicano rapper. Is it not modest? That's why hip hop. Why will you fill where I'm coming from now? Why but that's different. You're talking about you're talking about Cyprus. Yoga two totally different genres is impo. Is it just because they were mainstream and they had different beat selection? I wouldn't even say mainstream one thing that they did with. I didn't WANNA show their faces because they didn't want the public all the faces people would probably say or. I'm going to buy it because they're chickens so I get the strategy of them not showing face but now let's just say she kinda wrap within. The last ten years might be too too far back for the lyrical content. Because I like the way you're dodging in the questions. You keep throwing the ball back. I'm not I'M JUST GONNA. A era of it la about this. When I started rapping I focus some of the rappers that I came up with young drummer. Boy ochre An individual named guzzle from San Diego. My heart the campaign was fucking wild Shit like that. You know what I mean. People that can really wrapped pretty much. If you can't really wrap them whatever it is what it is. So how do you like the state of Mutate in general as far as it's really fucking hard to answer that question a kosher way but I mean it's all fucked up and I say that from an industry insiders perspective because I mean like Cujo a lot of people in Cujo was ultra talented but is he gonNA break? Is he going to break through the ceiling? Even get into any type of situation where he's on like we see some of these people that are on. You know what I mean shift. Frost fucking barely made it on in his heyday and it was way less saturated than you know what I mean. Who Else fucking King Little g? He's very very successful for sure. I think he's leaving living a great life and whatnot but on is on the radio like that. He's been interviewed by the radio. He's on the website. But the the fucking station getting burned out like you're getting drilled with his fucking song like everyone else you know what I mean. Now let me ask you a question. Let's just say he's on the radio. They interviewed him on the raiders. What I'm saying but they don't play your stuff if you can answer that. Why do you think I don't know I don't know the exact politics behind? That is it. Because his record runner Dinna Fuckin- kissed the right Asu or Greece. Right hand or whatever the I have no idea but I I personally think he has more than enough money to buy a spot on the radio station so I don't think it's money. I'm sure he would have fucking done that. If that was the case I have no idea like even young drummer for instance apple. He just did the fucking alley leakers. Freestyler I don't know what fucking freestyle or was it a the one with DJ head. I forget what it's called I think is two point three. I'm fucking. I don't really pay attention to mainstream shows. Brought some of my friends are involved in it so I glance whatever right so I don't know why he's not on the radio. All these gentlemen that are mentioned you have more than enough money to fuck and Paola. And they're not even getting that chance. I don't think for the people that may not know what Peo- is pain to fucking play. Isn't it like I want you to elaborate more on that because this generation is a no? It's like the Hustle and flow. Where the bitch goes up to the thing she breaks offer. She sucks him off. That's fucking Paola. On in a nutshell. You know what I'm saying so I have no idea why at that point if if we know that they have the money and they agree some and that's illegal but I mean it's still fucking happens right so been happening to drink since forever right so on. I have no idea. I'm sure they're going to meeting program director's going from station to station of looking eating chicken wings and big ASS. Roundtable means everyone listening to the song bobbing their heads. Like they give a fuck and then do your drops you kick rocks and then and then you know what I mean. Do you think who has a good skills. I think Cujo can really really rap but he needs to make songs songs for the radio to play because the radio doesn't play fucking boom bap right now and if they do the only person that's even slightly close to that fucking scenario as Kendrick. Lamar is that's the most hip hop. They've gone a Matey J. Cole. But even Jacob Making Song songs you know what I mean. I'm I'm glad you said that because I know puppy when he produced a big big you wanted to do some hip hop. But it's now you're GonNa give me like juicy. You GotTa give me. This took him to the right songs. And I understand it. Okay but now you have guys today like at least in my opinion. The can't wrap like like face. Yeah he can rap but I I don't know I don't release music but not but now let me ask you. Why do you think I'm not saying why you know? But what do you think? He's on the radio Marketability if they could sell your package they're gonNA fucking put you out there and if they cannot package ride or they don't know what to do with your packages like anything. You know what I'm saying now for those who may not know what you mean by package. I mean your looks your songs your fucking genre of what the fuck you're talking about like your demographic of who is gonNA reach. I mean there's people so I hear a lot of stupid shit about blue face. You know what I mean. I don't really play into it because I got more important things to worry about. But him doing the whole fucking trying to flip flip the Mexican Gluttonous Idaho Fisher and all that shit we as robbers and older people that are more hits a game with what's actually taking place where we don't agree with that right court. It is what the fuck is. No one's going out of the way to go whack him. As a matter of fact I saw video of him. Today's baby Mamas Mexican. She broke his window so shots. A homegirl for trying to get her piece right. So fucking on but that being said it all there's so many people that actually fuck with fuck with his music and I. I don't really not going to ruin my day if I hear you. Bumping blue face. I'm going to give you a weird glance light. But what about the people that were in his video? I think he was totally cool. I know saying or the there was some homeys. There was actual rapper. Homes that were in the Weiji video with audio Ci Shit. What was that go? Local is that was and I mean some of those people have very heavy opinions on certain things and they were there and I mean at the end of the data really give understood. That doesn't bother me at all but at the same time it bothers me a little bit. Don't even want to burn this. I'm going to say let's just say okay. Edited video a date and it was for a homey. There's nothing black girls working in the video heavily working so we'll see how that plays out but also wasn't racially fucking driven. We're not talking about him. I don't want to sell races. You know saying but we're not talking about fucking chicken wings or some shit like that course so of course that was wild. Or what just giggles. Here's the back. That's a mean. Always the black community is GonNa make me mommy talking about Vicki links and it was only do not pay attention to that man alive to the maybe behind the cord. They only picking on old people anyways. Right let's go. Yeah that's a whole different other show right their role but a word. I will say right now. The streets are getting heated. And I'm expecting some of these known name rappers to start speaking up someone just spoke up on the crew. Wayne of video of the videos on land. Decent is the home. Have you ever join this? Dwayne has been here twenty. Snohomish fucking dwindled. Disrupt the cool video talking some tight shit. Dallas tied manufacturer dwindled. Be Back and we're going to be covering a lot of the subject you but it's very hard to touch on that subject. Because most people had to say the first time he was here and we just spoke on songs that one song owner though Quad Dab Usha okay. I don't even know what fucking song people know who people in the know and Dan saying it. I don't I don't know who who you who the fuck is that a exactly but has millions of Users Shit. Hold on okay so anyways. That song pretty is pretty big and That go local bullshit song. Damn you WanNa know what I just realized. We're giving them a lot of publicity even gonNA go give it a view just to see what the upper talking about now fucked up. What I'm saying is that when dwindle was here and we talked about the song now. We never said that. We dislike those individuals. We just didn't like the song when we're not going to support those songs when we pulled it up that video of guess what we were racist or who you know and it's almost like you can't say anything because you're racism and I'm sorry Bro. I thought while saying they should a couple of seconds ago. You know I'm Gonna I'm GonNa go ahead and practice my constitutional rights to freedom of speech. Say I'M GONNA just no. I'm just GONNA say that I'm GonNa speak on certain situations. You know what I'm saying if it bothers me it bothers me. It doesn't mean that you hate will dislike certain person. I just not going to support that song and I believe that Song is wrong. So that's all I'm saying so Because look though I have a lot of black friends and racist when we say that too yes I got a black friend. I know but all my friends that are listening they know me. I got love for them. They got love for me and they understand. They know it. What do they say about this shit like high seeing them like? What are they well? I've I've had them here and Dave said that she's wrong. I've had them here and they told me that was wrong. What they're doing the songs they consider it a mockery so I thought it was more like a leverage plane knowing that the demographic of Latinos in. La fucking are the number one consumer. So I thought it was more like a play to come play type. Shit you're saying but if it is from a negative if it's from a bad place in they're still doing it than they need to get that work now you just said right now. Maybe they're trying to play to the Latino community trying to cater to it. So I'm GonNa ask you a question and with this. Yeah say Rapper Chick GonNa Rub it and I tell you April I want to cater to the black community. How do I do it? What would you tell me I just had that? Conversation took kind of salaries is no. You want to know what I'm going to tell you the exact conversation because I don't think he's going to do it in home if you're watching this. I'm not GonNa say who you are but They said how do we make a song like? They're making song gardening an Asada go local. I said to fucking chicken and waffles saying I'm getting my chicken gain these waffles and you read. Are you just my game? Sipping the Syrup slack a goals. That was the hook I told him to say. If you'RE GONNA use a hook full they gave it see now Dick but man but I mean is that racist dull chicken and waffles. Chicken his money bread is money. I'm getting this chicken. I'm eating my waffles. I'm sipping this syrup. It's like I'm at Roscoe's Tapa Blogger. Fuck and getting syrup the fuck down. You know what I'm saying. Syrup all over shaking Syrup Syrup Syrup is that racist Ol- I'm talking about getting bread and sipping syrup. That's fucking casual right. Everyone's tips. I we with take but isn't that exact same thing taxing thing but guess what is not like. We're not going to be wearing fuck in their cultural outfits. I don't know what they're called. But I mean we're not going to be wearing whatever cultural shit like we're not we're not gonNA wear their version of Mariachi outfits and fuck in some whatever their own and then just well you know and you up a great point but it's like because US Latinos for years have remains zipped that now that we're speaking now as loud now it's GonNa turn it some next level shit. Yeah there pretty much saying you know what the fuck you doin' talking now you know so anyway. We'll touch on that one to win they share and For me with that. I'm just GonNa say that maybe before it wasn't an independent man's game the way it is today the way we could just monetize go fucking crazy with the shit so maybe back down on the homes were a little bit more on and maybe they would have seen some weird shit that they shouldn't have seen they're taking things the wrong way or whatever whatever perceiving it as we add a kind of just buckled down and take it because they were in more powerful position but now we are aware of what the demo is what the stats are will were capable of and now we got bread. It's Kinda hard to stop a folk in machine that's moving you know what I'm saying. And WE ALREADY HIPPOS ECONOMY. So one hundred percent. That's what I mean by the dental. The demographic so we'll leave it at that I want to tell you. Thank you for coming in Bro. I gotcha on his league. Alex is faulted. I didn't come the first time and then crucial told me that you coudl Tommy me. You may have set him like all fucked up. And that's when I hit you immediately you're listening to a purchase coronavirus big time conspiracy guy but I'm going to do it. Yeah you saw me walking on my mask and my clothes my blitzer. You're welcome with a trash bag over his head. You believe that. Okay you say because purity guy you want to talk a little bit about that before we get out of here unless sure sure you will aliens. You've been forced to weight. Loss Program. Does the PUCK CHEAP ASS shot right there. Just the warriors read up on these comments. Allow a real quick before we talk about that show was funny in the compensation Senate during the break. Your working out topples doubt was not true. He was hitting push ups right. They're counting on meeting the tacos. Every rep he did IDA TACO but the cockles. You see it by fucking long story short. Fuck home conspiracy theories you not only want to five G. Five G. and corona virus do not mix corona virus. What your take on this is. I hope you have said that it is together. There's a gazillion countries every fucking country in the world except for like remote islands have corona virus allegedly right only six countries have five. Gee there's act that one's dead polls up they exist. I hope I've never been abducted. I've never found anything weird. My Buds never felt weird when I wake up. I'm saying I think never it's never thank the good Lord. Maybe unless I something spicy but that wasn't when I woke up out of the bowl of Chili. Did you have another force? So what else you have. Those exists ghosts exists. I don't know what else was another good one. Big What you believe in bigfoot. Maybe I I I think it's like some dinosaurs types of bigfoot exists like in big bear smoke dirty by some fucking white dude. You know what I'm saying. Donald trump supporter. No but. Oh this is a crazy conspiracy dog. Have you heard of Pizza Gate Pizza? Go ahead dog. I hope they don't come. Get me for this. Nah Brando. You listened to his brand new fuck. All Pizza gape allegedly. It's on all of Phnom Straight. I gotta go film after this. All the fucking elite people not all like. Did you hear it? Oprah Winfrey allegedly got arrested in her house was raided at the beginning of the hooker outbreak. Tom Hanks was fucking allegedly. Fucking codeword positive. Fuck and the prime minister. All these people are part of pizza gay and when it's called Pizza Gay because in Hillary Clinton's emails got fucking deleted. And this and that there's a lot of talk about fucking pizza. Hey let's hang out and get some pizza for an hour. And when they say pizza there allegedly talking about children. Children are there's something is going to go crazy man. Don't think about accounting blazer like that to be talking about this kind of shift inside of your fucking penile bland. When a child gets fucking scared shitless? They produce a chromosome called on drennan chrome and that is allegedly as the founder used for these weird. Al's so Jeffrey Epstein is not dead and I'm saying and with that being said he's part of it 'cause Jeffey sign was folk in super wacked or taken out because he has something to do with going to private island. There's kids there. It's a known fact. His Ledger fucking has bill. Clinton going there like every week all kinds of crazy ship every every everyone Bill Gates Ron. Jeremy Ranjini was a fucking a little kid. These fucking bad bitches by and if anyways I'M GONNA go there go go go but but yeah has lots of do a fucking sodomizing children and that's fucked up. That's the wildest one that I've heard pizza. There's a memo. That's where I was going with this. Donald Trump is allegedly gonna be the savior and save the kids. Because he's going against everyone. There's a mean of running away almost in a to Larry's some a of Donald trump holding kids and they're crying and he's running away with them looking back wincing and above them is like Hillary Clinton looking live evil wishes now up you say you're not Donald Trump hotel or a good as Earth. Things that he does that you agree with. I mean he people the fucking stimulus package. I know that. That's your bobby homegirl. That's party. I don't file taxes. I did get it exactly. Even these girls don't know of stimulus package on your baby. Daddy Donald Trump. So I mean I don't really give a fuck about Donald Trump. He's a very strange individual us He talks some crazy shit during his book and interviews which I kind of find entertain. He's more I don't necessarily agree with him but I find him entertaining. How about there are guarantee you he tweets while he's taken a shift. Gary that's looking tired. I talk a lot of Shit. Show him doing that. I would fill him doing that. I've been to jail so we were. I would most definitely wear a mask that surrounded by fucking covert positive individuals and he doesn't have it remember. The Simpson said. He died from it song coming so anything I didn't ask you How my day was all right? Were you in the bomber supporter honestly. I'm not really into politics. I don't mean that as in like did I question. I don't really go fuck about Obama. I mean he was the first black president more power to him. You know what I mean. Great for him. Greyfield the black community. I'll go folks of work. I don't make enough money for their decisions to affect me. And if I do make enough money I don't document it like that. So we're good. I'm saying do you WANNA be rich. I feel like I'm rich and I feel like I've made it already. Awesome awesome answer honestly because to me. I'm blessed and when you were talking about that Choji Shit. I'm GonNa tell you something. It was really bothering me and I'm GonNa tell you why it was bothering me so when I think about that. I'll get a motherfucker homey. That's what I'm saying. You know what I have a small baby as well so when I think about that. It's like that's not cool her helpless individual on these mother fuckers over here sipping on fucking baby blood or whatever the fuck are doing sodomizing them or whatever now but we're good. I want to tell you. Thank you for coming through brother. Any shot you want to give you know you could shut up the whole community. Whatever you to take your time on the list are going to cry. Foul Sayer name Land Beast shutout fuck lamb beasts my dogs my homeys. They fuck with me. They pay me for my services. Even though we're focusing France shots lamb visas a great platform. Some people like it. Some people don't give up. I got a lot of videos on there. So shots lambis shot smoke major shots kill woods shots. Go Now. Shout swifty. Blue shots fuck incompetent. Dress shouts misfit shelter. Alex Shell shelter shall to the entire Brown side family shots. Everyone supports me. Shots on my client shots in my haters. Shout out to my shoutout shots and my wife. Because if I don't show her out she's definitely talk shit on to the homeless from mob g Mama at home saying shot the J. Blessing. His manager g noted is shouted drummer. Boys PRELUDE TO HOLLYWOOD TO WATCH DON SUTTON SHELL FAG or saying homie. I Dunno shots. Everyone shouts of the people in the comments. Pizza Hut Not Pizza Hut Dominos. And if we're going to get real technical shady's To The treadmill. I don't got a treadmill like an elliptical in getting dusty on us it And that's what it is man you know what the fuck it is. La Colorado live with my man. Tony motherfucking wizard. We here I came. I saw. I'M GONNA go film a video right now so you though I asked you why why she marriage you and she said his charm both got them off. I didn't catfish yellow. Spoken his both his Tony. When our live on the Brady's but other than that let me go to give my shots. Real Quick John motherfucking Elkins will drama. The book came out with his in. Oh bleach he's got his own dating website got as women told Nail Polish. He's got his own scented wax. Who who has this John? The Book Anelka John Trauma Wildfowl can do dot com John Book Dot Com. And what was the last thing you you got? John was not do he. Also waxes men so if you WANNA GET WAXED. Go ahead in the book and he will wax you but other than area. John is big in the Turkish prison. He actually works out to the oldies. So if you email him holding he will work up to it and send you video. Believe me you won't be disappointed. So boy DIGI MEDIA CLIFFS ONCE AGAIN. Happy Birthday to him. He just turned thirty and mate and Alex. Alex Ramona's my brother is selling of Spice Mugler. You shouldn't do all of your quarantining. Dick get one used their refurbished. So yeah for not us so get a hands by smuggler. Other than that. let me go ahead and take myself for a quick moment as we have a moment silence and let me go to give a shoutout to Oji Magoo and boy public don't and to La icon for. There's no one else like Allie shots. Adobo her you off boy. I know probably. It'll probably don't so other than that. Wednesday. I'm going to have a one two three three guest three guests k. Wednesday tomb Kurt night. I'll every Christmas this. Yes shot the spanky. That'll that'll work night. Adults coming soon for that. You liked that you.

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Monitor Show 16:00 08-15-2020 16:00

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:42 min | 5 months ago

Monitor Show 16:00 08-15-2020 16:00

"So fast of Bloomberg BusinessWeek every. Business Day market sell that's spreading around the globe Bloomberg BusinessWeek podcasts were Carol Massar, and Jason Kelly. Let's see the Bloomberg BusinessWeek bite at Carol Magoo's breaking global, business finance intech news along with smart analysis we know the Fed is going to be sure and steady a Bloomberg BusinessWeek podcast has great great scoop on the Terminal Listen Today on Bloombergradio dot com, the Bloomberg business APP or subscribe on Apple podcasts hours a day at Bloomberg Dot com on the Bloomberg business APP and Bloomberg quick take. This is Bloomberg radio now a global news update Corona Virus Tallies Heatwave I'm Anne cates the death toll from covid nineteen in the US is approaching one, hundred, sixty, nine, thousand, and they're more than five point three million confirmed infections Admiral Brent. Scher. Warr says there will never be enough testing to satisfy what he called. The worried will people with no symptoms but wanting to know they don't have corona virus otherwise southern in some states that allow businesses to reopen in May and June are now reaching the point where they account for most of the fatalities in. The US deaths unfortunately, it is tragic that there are going to be up this week and maybe next. But if we do wearing a mask watcher distance wash your hands with smart strategic testing that's decrease. Mortality is a lagging indicators. You are ads with the hope new case numbers. He downward is a good sign Bob Costantini Washington teachers heat is expected in the West this weekend as wildfires rage meteorologist Allison Chinchar is watching the rising temperature talking record-breaking and not just in one state, but you're talking eleven states.

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Episode #1640: The New Phil Hendrie Show

The World of Phil Hendrie

36:21 min | 1 year ago

Episode #1640: The New Phil Hendrie Show

"Hey guys it's Phil Hendrie for the world famous fill ratio website where you can go and access literally tens of thousands of hours of archived radio. Some of which is considered by many many to be classic radio never before done and never again. We'll be repeated radio but we'll see about that anyway. It is all our website Fillon reshow dot com and for just a small itsy-bitsy teeny weeny price of. Oh I don't know ten bucks. It's under ten bucks a month or a monthly subscription or Margaret you mentioned yes. Our annual annual subscription. Here let me push me. I want to get some room here. Yeah Hi too loud. The annual subscription subscription you guys talk about some chump lightweights the annual subscription. I don't know what it is but it comes out to less than seven dollars a month. Yeah the annual subscriptions like Sixty Sixty Bucks Seventy bucks. I'm like that but anyway it's a it's a great deal so and to be a part of the BS P family is you know it's it's really great anyway. No it is. It's fantastic testing Lots of interesting personalities and characters shall we say and we have Friday night chat. and that's what everybody gets online and starts talking crap about each other and about the show and we a lot of fun so join us for our podcast for our classic radio for archived radio for archived video casts for all of our you know miscellany of the video home movies things like that down to the years different Phil casts that we did There's some stuff I don't even want to get into it man. We'll just you don't say it. You look like you're half naked. Don't don't say Margaret so join us at Phil Hendrie Show Dot Com. Get a backstage pass and be a member of our family and go where no man has gone before except for the people that already have a subscription right world. Famous feel heavy show from the L. P. Civic go in southern California. I'm Margaret Grey. We have general given shopped. Hello and Robert Glenn and but they've been get high and -scuse me but of course me Margaret Gray that you said it twice. Who gives us and Phil Hendrie Phil Hendrie what differences? This isn't make fun. Mr Henry said it'd be consistent. I didn't give a crap about how many all nitpicky jazzman really bugs me really bugs me me. And then we welcome to the program just trying to follow the letter of the law around here for the letter of the law. WHO GIVES A I mentioned my name twice? What did you do that it was? I forgot that it already. Oh Yeah give me a break Margaret. You'd like to hear the sound of your name. You know what my father used to say. The son of a man's name is the sweetest music to his ears. Is that what you're deficit. No my father didn't say that Your Dad said that yeah. My Dad said that my father used to save Margaret. You have a perfectly lovely name. I'm Mike Magoo whose view that was my my father. Is that your maiden name. Oh here we go here. Go the little boys now very. Are you trying to tell me your maiden name. Yes my maiden name was Margaret Magoo. Everybody can start flipping out now. That's a little rather cartoony. Is it cartoon let me see. Oh that's that's right. There was a Mr Magoo cartoon. That's why I've often told people that my maiden name is something different Margaret. That's your maiden name of perfect right to to say it. Every time I tell people maiden name I get left at. That's why I made up a burns one time and you mentioned your maiden name on the show once and it was Smith or something. I don't know what it was but I thought I'd take a crack at it and look. I got Margaret. Listen no no. It's all right it's very it's okay. Too perfectly lovely main. Oh sure so. You're maiden name as Magoo made name was such a big thing. Why are you jokers still talking about it? Hey man sorry. I'm sorry Margaret Target. That's no way. Well you send Bobby Butch is up and it's funny. I thought is a better fate. Bobby did butcher on the phone yesterday. And I listened back to it and we were running the compression pressure but so much of that damn phone. I couldn't make out what she was saying. What are you talking about? You want me to go through it again. Man Just said Bud all I see is gray. Wizard Sir Bobby Duly. WHO's Magoo? That's my maiden India trump all. Eternity Zehr Goon Mr Magoo. Hey Bud I'm I'm GonNa Start Swinging Duly Miss Dewey called in and at that time and at that time and at that place don't start dragging but get get to it all right. She had crank compression on it because I couldn't understand a thing she was saying. I always think it's funny when she goes butch. Yeah it's very funny when she goes butch when I go. Oh but you guys are dragging me back into the microphone. Like I'm some recalcitrant just just gutters smudged child. She's what are you talking about. I walked away from here here as you clowns. Started making fun of my maiden name Margaret Magoo laughing. It's funny because I've been using a different maiden name name for so long. Why don't you just accept that? Your maiden name as Magoo because when I came to Hollywood for the first time Robert and I felt I had to lose the name so I started started using the name Margaret Mondello Mondello iced. You leave it leave it leave it on A. What was that from? Leave it to beaver ever. Yes Larry Mondello boy I want. I just don't want to walk out of here. I WANNA walk into traffic mortgage. That's not even funny okay. That's not funny no. It isn't funny all right. I'm screwing around these guys. What ladies I'm sure you have in your home or similar in your sphere some lightweight real chump? Yeah yeah the women I can. I can psychically sense them saying Margaret. We feel sister so Margaret. Where where are we going here? Air Five Father Mark Magoo used to say the sweetest music to my ears is the sound of my daughter's name Margaret Magoo. What was your Dad's name Mac? You just said it was mark. No what I meant by father. No Margaret the father of some other women. That's sitting there. Yes your Father Art Watch. It felt all right. What's your father's name? My father's name was Biller I think. What was Your Dad's name it was Mac? Why are you having a hard time with this so you just want to just be a whole new person yes I did? I came to Hollywood. I figured I could. Shed all of that provincial. That very provincial Pennsylvania. Moving of the whole quaker thing that the quaker thing it was just the provincial Pennsylvanian the Pennsylvania Dutch clown you know the one even with the bumped hair and the wooden shoes and a big red nose. That's how I saw myself was your maiden name Dutch. It was Magoo. What do you think though that well? Well let's not Dutch. No but I wanted to shed all of that. You know the real Pennsylvania Hick stuff so I came out here. I renamed myself today Margaret Bond via I call myself so Bob Mondello bar in fact I think I was Margaret Cleaver at one point was watching. Leave leave it to the beef. Okay I understand some point in your life when you came out here and you were auditioning young actress. She wanted a different name. I just did not want to leave your whole family behind I it was a very traumatic thing growing up with my father and attorney at these big back or big Mike and Mike Magoo Mike Magoo and after a while I started. Just forget it just that. Let's father well. Even I know what my my father very unusual name. What was your name you know at his dad's name was Herbert? I'm asking Phil Herbert Lionel. Hendry and he was white. Okay Margaret. I'm screwing around Dr Dre. What a racist? Yeah that's how is that racist. What do you mean he was white? Well the name. I'm Herbert Okay Margaret. Go ahead and the name Margaret Magoo. Well it sounds like that. Sounds like some woman that doesn't exist. You sound like something right out of the comic pages like a little girl with red hair going we you know no. I don't wow I of so let's just move on and pretend like we didn't even begin to show that way. I'm Phil Hendrie. Welcome to our program today. We have Don Berman and chef Carl dillybob. So they're coming because I saw that side. Are they out there. Go get them go. Oh get the guys. Why are they outside but they bought US book cigarettes erm I duNNo Smoking Cigarettes Don Berman should be smoking? Cigarettes Berman. Berman goes his own way. Well it's the truth guys come on. Hey Don nice to see that. What is Hello Don? How're you and shift clubs chef Chepchumba? Hey It's great to see you heard you on the hair don. Well fill the reason. Why sheltered in here and to interview him here on your program and Federal Andrew Amateur allowing us and how are you doing a balance? How an interest pledges Lewellen? So you don't know what this is about I do love about you can tell there's a similar divorces there is except shifted. Elliot's how little you know personnel. Lb Yeah sounds like you may be testing breeze or something. You're not eating anything at the present moment is at times full. I how deep dish. So you're saying it had a big breath ghost okay. Can we move off the breakfast thing. I'm so here's why I began to think think perhaps a chef to delight were related. Oh you think the two of you related. Yes my father. My grandmother married. Aw My my grandfather. My mother's side married a man. By the name of Jeffrey shadowed. Or Cody Odi. Is that a joke or something you talking about are you guys GonNa let me finish. Go ahead and then I heard I heard about Ted Bell hiring you shift you w you referenced on the air. The other night Chef that your real name as Chuck Right. My name is Chuck Chuck to w well the name Trudeau. Elia was very very similar to Choji or toady but do you. Do you mind me asking the irritated. Look on your face. I'm John Berman Channel News and I guess I have a lot of my audience. Is My fans listening in on the PODCAST. I hope you'll forgive me folks but I get a little irritated. Did with Filbert until we've known each other for years and I think you should at least give me a break all right. I'm sorry all right because I don't want to interrupt you anything you're doing so my grandfather was Jeffrey Toyota. Here Jeff Jodi. What do you know the explanation? I think it's too doty or Toady Dokic Doc. HR doty your children. He what is he laughing at. Well six six and one half a dozen of his today. He's laughing at the term. I've often wondered why you think all of this is so funny. And the name Trivia. Now can we wait a minute. Wait a minute wait a minute I. That's the second person I've saw him so I feel that's the second person to lose it this morning or this today or whatever time of day this is well. We're doing this at night all right. That's it's a second person tonight to lose it if you don't mind I'm sorry I feel but I'm trying to do something. Here that I think is groundbreaking. Forgive me I am very very sorry. All right okay. My great GRANDPA. Excuse me my grandfather. My mother's side. His name is Jeffrey Trudeau. D. or Toyota or not. But what what was your mother's maiden name. My mother's nickname was brewster and the reason for that was because my grandfather died and my grandmother remarried a man by the name of Colonel Thomas Brewster so he literally the military. No he was one of these Kentucky colonels out of respect we call them that so but the late Geoffrey jody. You've used three or four different pronunciations. Because I don't really know what it is. My mother can't really recall my mother's long gone but she was never really able to articulate it so because of my name to that's exactly what I'm thinking that's why and I thank you very much for meeting me here because I didn't have a shaft. We have much information on your thinking that we are related. I'm thinking Ingram. I don't know how we're related. We may be cousins but the name sounds fill like a something that a family member the created if you will because the original or maybe Americanized Somehow Americanized children doty or whatever. I don't know what it is. That's weird but you Delia. Exactly you're talking about now. I'm saying your name is not what I would call the most common American name. Well explain a couple of things to you. Well I'm done talking about what I want to talk about. No but I this is going to help about Civility is a name but I made up when I was in high high school because a friend of mine field to make up a day and use it in about professionalized at the time. I didn't know I WANNA be a chef shoot. It didn't know Dodge GonNa be so on the radio on the about that. You know your your name is not really know. My real name is chuck potent not shows. You know I'm sorry. Well I guess it's my fault them. I don't know why would you make up. The name chewed Ilya because frankly the showed road. I'M GONNA kick somebody's ass. What is everybody laughing about? Margaret is this vulgar as that but this is so it has to do with all say it. Because I don't know what are you guys talking about Don. You're you're a guy you've been. Have you been in locker rooms and stuff like that all of a sudden your fat Chiyo cheese infused face is starting to bother me. Wait a minute don. Let's not lose our temper. Well you know. What are you guys talking about? Are you might as well let me. They'll slow Dole that I chose. The DILIAH is Adele with. I was how old were you that was like sixteen at the age of sixty took the introduce don't know by By putting my friend and I said if you ever get hired does your first big professional job will be used to Leo Ted Bell know that this is not your real name. Yes he does else he does now so dot bell. Your employer knows that your real name you know He. He knows he said Ted is a Beverly Probably Hills restaurant the shoulders. Now I'm really getting pissed off pissed off about because I've listened to the fat that the Lord wait a minute. Wait wait wait. You made an assumption. Based upon a name that he'd made up that he was related to you. Yes I did. Well seems to be asked but but the thing that is you know what Margaret. You're right you're right I should. Is that really your name. Who would go through life with that kind of a Jack Dover Name? What are you talking about? Your grandfather was Sodhi we might rent for those who use lead your grandfather yet but no I know what my grandfather's name was. I would appreciate if you've had a little bit of common decency and respect when you say. I'm sorry. What is your name? I'm doing oh boy. He's not bourbon generally. Do you watch channel. Nineteen News like I got time to watch. TV At eleven o'clock news about that. I've scrubbed pads. I'd rather skip the grill. Thought by my name is Don Berman. Channel Nineteen News all right. My mother was Karen Brewster Migrate. She her wait a minute. Don Your mother was Karen Brewster whose father was colonel. Whatever was Thomas Brewster Colonel Brewster Yes of Louisville Kentucky but her blood for that was her stepfather a father whose name she took? Why did she do that I think he adopted? The children is what happened okay. So but originally her father was this guy. What Jeffrey Children Doty Artillery Odi? You said it was Tony Jeffrey. Toady Children DHOTI. I don't know now man I'm but the point is that was the name and when I heard that I really chef culture. Delia and people have often said we sound similar. We use on civil is I've it gained a lot of the flood. Lost a lowly. Three hundred recordings both Gary de Recording of a shift your dillion when he was much younger about ten years ago. This is what I'm five foot. Seven seven I wait to fluky so I've Louis but what's Plato's type me to us. Well I think we're going to have to just do without. I don't know this is part of the bargaining process. That's that's that was you that that was ten years ago and I lost a lot of weight. You don't sound anything like me. I sound allowance. You know with all his fat but no I mean Oh you look pretty well. I'm a little bit overweight but I don't sell like I got my face jam full of cream cheese Ted. It sounds to me like it was a good effort effort. You know that you should have done a little bit research. What research them I going to do? The man's name is to delete. My grandfather's name was Toda your time. You gotta hit the name right there her parents. It's spelled C. H. O. D. O. D. O. D. I.. Joe Doty yes man and my slower than I got out of bed this morning. Don Look Fuck it. Hey come here for minute man. Don't come on my heirs and start using the F.. Word you at your TV station. You could do it there. No I listen to you using the F. Word every we might like it's no big thing and it is true. Does I thought you cared. I wouldn't use it never mind. See later you're coming little. I give you a ride over here. Let's go. I'm sorry I wish we were related like you. I'm GonNa Watch your before doesn't matter come on died. I mean special on this or what really. What are you gonna a stay at the door? You GonNa come back over to the microphone. Yes I was going to do special. I think you still should. I think it's a great story done. It's fantastic you thought this guy or sure. That's HIVER what I'm John Berman. I'm so dumb. I thought this guy named to delete it was related to my grandfather named Joe. Doty come to find doubt. It's a made up name. He made it up Chew Diliah and I still don't know what the I wait. I'm not done. I'm John Berman. I'm an idiot. Are you all done then. Beating yourself up because I I still think it'd be good. But what is showed out of show. Dirt kind of Margaret Margaret Margaret. Wait a minute fill up. Hold on what showed is a slang term for a type of penis. Yeah kind of type of peanuts a type of is that why you did that. Shifted Elliott did the sixteen year old kid so in other words you took that name name to see if you could get away with calling yourself diliah in polite society inflow you gotTa bring damaged. You know that I'm not the guy over here so Are you related to my great uncle or grandfather. All right toto DHOTI. I still think you had to do this. Okay let me can I call you later. What are you gonNA call only for? I've got some ideas that might this might work all. I'll see car. Frankly don you're right side and so you took the name just so I come to get interviewed now. I'm going to stand out here like I'm looking for cigarette. Butts just went so you took the name chewed Elliott just as a way of being able. Let's say showed around adults plug him about it. Oh brother alright later guys. It's Phil thanks for nothing. Hey Dude don't blame me man and don't blame me let's go to the Beverly Hills and by the Golden God. Damn man swallow. Will you swallow look when we get out of here. I if that's what she said one more time I'm GonNa come unglued and everything. Within within the length of my arms everything within the length of my arms will die. Onsite heads will explode. Jesus that's right Margaret. Take it easy mean. The plane hit a game. Look at you know. Scared all right Margaret and everybody. Sorry about that. I thought that that would you know I would be too. This is what happens but you guys don't run the stuff. Did you run this by me. Yes they rented by birthright. You did you try to find somebody to blame it on. That's stop very sporting of you felt all right. I don't think it was a bad thing. I mean we just heard I hate to hear don getting upset. You know. It's very weird all all right. We'll be right back. Bobbie Dooley and Steve Duly. From the west of the State's Homeowners Association. They have you know. There's still formula coming up Friday night as the kickoff to the winter tackler tackler and that will be the queen's procession they have settled on the music. Es It is this thing is that you you know. They seem to think that no. Oh it's just fine jerry firing and you're gonNA be delighted nothing. y'All I'm not making a big deal about anything man. If they WANNA have the processional music for the winter tackler where the winter. The princess comes walking in the theme behind flip ahead. You're doing an awful lot of inappropriate laughing film. No I think my laughter is very appropriate. Great thank you world famous film show. We'll be right. Back but world-famous Phil Hendrie show is brought to you by Jesse cleaners. We'll get it spotless. We'll get your shirts your slacks ax. Your socks everything spotless or you can come to the home of the owner Hank. Jessie Belle and beat him until he's almost dead. That's his guarantee you it's spotless. or He's almost dead. I hi I'm Hank Jazz Abell and for sixty one years. This bought a guarantee of my family. We'll clean it Weipa. Scorch it and top it and we'll do it all for fifty nine nine or you can come to my house and kick my ass around block for drill Jacksonville cleaners. That's why they've been the La area for sixty one years because even though they don't do a very good job you can take all of your aggression on the owner or whoever the owner is today. I I'm bill. Jazz ballet sold the company last week to this guy who Bill Eaton coons doing. Cuban Ubuntu Cleaners thirty one fifteen east branch league in Berdugo Vincenzi's Italian restaurant. We don't mess around Jesse's Italian restaurant has been on the Sherman Oaks area since nineteen fifty six we have hosted some of the biggest dinners. Yes sometimes the crowd that comes in bit unsavory but you know what you can sit there shove garlic bread and push until the cows come home and then have some Mama's Best Boston Italian you had in your life Jen's as in the valley and Gen Z.. Is and we also have a guy comes in on Friday night to play the piano. His name's Hank honky-tonk real good time Vincenza is in the valley is the messed the best gut. This whole Mafia thing is gonNA end. You guys want to do a commercial for Vincenzi's Italian what why don't you just if if the food's good okay. The event the Mafia and okay. I just thought I'd come on into Chen's we have spaghetti and meatballs in the valley tens in the valley. Yeah welcome back to finish. Fill every show the southern California. Here's is Mr Hindley. Forget bar fight is coming up on. That's right the big bar fight. We'll be one week from well yesterday. The eighteenth of February so today's Wednesday tomorrow will announce the match up. We give it one more day. People vote one more day so go over and vote on on the matchup. That you'd I'd like to see you can do it at facebook dot com slash Phil Hendrie P. H. S.. Or you can do it at twitter dot com forward slash Phil Hendrie show right and tell us the match up tomorrow. We'll announce the match up and then you guys to weigh in on who you think is going to win bar fight our second bar fight for two thousand twenty and it's happening one week from yesterday Blur Dan and you didn't want us to say Dan. What's that got to do with anything? You flipped out yesterday about that. Yeah I don't blame me Mr you know. What are you talking about? You remember the bit yesterday with they call it. Always David Hull No. It's fine anyway. I don't tell you guys all right so we have body Steve Duly on the line. Oh you know what yeah. I gotta get their theme music in. That's right I forgot all about that. What do you mean you gotta get there fi music? I've got to get a team you gotta get. Theme is Bubby and Steve of insisted on there or a theme music. What do you want from me? And everybody Steve Duly joining us here in the world famous. Fill every show from the western states homeowners association. And I- Bobby and I know now you guys are getting ready for minutes state. This is a matter of theme music. Fill this again. This is not our hold on. We're in the middle of the the same as we have a meeting. Go ahead and get it right. We're here what happened to him. Bobby Hello back with him. I put them on. Hold William put him on. Hold Man Jerry about that. I just don't is that the right music. I guess that it's cold holiday for strings old. Shoot that it was gay spirits. Yeah I don't like the idea saying hey you know we're going to go over here in Well this is what I'm telling you. Feel the minute you start to give those people some kind of star billing billing. Yeah Yeah right here. Yeah doing doing doing Bobbie. Dooley in Steve Duly ICU pointing to me but GEICO MR. I'm going bobby in Steve Duly and Bobby I know you guys are busy out there with the winter. tackler owner And you're planning. We're looking forward to hearing the march is doing over there. I wanted to tell uh-huh high. Did they get did he get the song right because yes we have your seem on now. Bobby Bobby we'll never do eight. Tell them I'm going to hang up. Do He's giving up Miss Dewey's hang up. Hi Bobby Bobby Bobby. It's Phil let me the third is Yeah see things booming. Yeah do do do do you Mr Henry you gotta understand. Ah The one that goes do do do do do do do I know which one is man. We're playing it right now to get so out of shape we've been yelling for you guys for the last five minutes because you're I know you're very very busy. We are extremely sorry filled with I. You weren't there. They were asking for you. I forgive me Oh yeah this this this. What happened to do their Do Do do do do key. We gotta kill a musically we got out of the music we killed in because we gotta get moving here. I know that Bobby's your hi fails bobby duly can do for you. You want you requested to come on the show. Oh that's right. We reworked fame now on Friday night. Fill is we're really behind schedule here up. Friday night is the kickoff to our winter. Tackler this is GonNa be twenty. What is it the twenty twenty one? The the twenty one to the twenty to twenty one to the twenty to twenty one to the twenty twenty. Second well I don't know it started in two thousand thousand and nineteen ninety seven. It started in two thousand nine hundred ninety seven thousand nine hundred ninety seven. Well that would make it the twenty third or twenty three yes. This is our twenty third winter tackler. Okay okay got you. That's it's that's fantastic and we're excited to be part of it and with we decided to do we found the right music to use for it And we wanted to play for you Because we Senate overdo it too but Dickman here's he was we can play it over a PA.. But I know you have it. We don't want we played here bubby the and so this is the music. Yeah this is going to be the music as I walked in the Winter Queen and you know people say the Winter Queen Green. See what is it used to be Here you hear you. It's the Winter Queen the time of rebirth and also the smother men or smothering smothering of autumn but the rebirth of the new of the new day and then then we kicked the music off. Doc I'll do it. Thank you Steve. yes you said. It was the highway patrol theme. You're right but we eliminated all of the talk what we wanted. Is that very very wonderful. Marshall you know kind of a processional music. So Steve Do the honors here. You hear you. It's time now for yeah. The Winter Queen is coming I. I'm the Winter Queen and I and I so I found out that fan out. I I lift up my fans. Because she's got to fans that she's waving and Lizard Music before that. What is she walking in? Yes I walk in but you don't see me until they hit the lights right here in the Winter Queen is here but you think I think it's very exciting. It sounds very militaristic. Well maybe not militaristic well. It was the same cop. Show right right. Yes the theme to the nineteen fifties cop show. I mean well we heard it on your show and I fell in love with it. We immediately fell in love with the misery. Do it again in speech But are you cute up. Okay so here you hear you and here comes I'm sorry here. Here she comes. Yeah Fan And that gives How do that and I think what I like about it Feel more than anything is it. It gives you a sense that there's a grand tour. You're so wonderful. Grand Juror about to happen. If I got to tell you about this part here now. This is before body comes out before she comes out we go I go. I hear you hear you the Winter Queen and the smother has begun John. You're not saying anything. Is this listening here. You the Spiderman has begun. You said that already. Yeah and then we started. We don't play demand talks then we pick it up with the winter. Eric Way version version but sorry Texas the right windows during okay while while you're getting the right one so body. This is the procession that leads to whatever the hell it leads to write busting elites do at least. What does it lead to get done you you you? You put the fans up in the air. I put the fans up in the air and we got it reversed. I know Steve. He's GonNa fix that. I put the fans in the air. And then you hear this right. Yeah so it starts like this. It goes like this. Hi Everyone. I'm the Queen. And then she in the fans go up in the air and the Linda Queen here. And that's what I think is a stroll like I don't really care. I'm looking at people's food. She's she's shows. The Winter Queen gives the impression that she could care less whether you live or die really so after that content and then the a fan come down and then I stroll the rest of the way about fifty yards to go into the main dining area. I stroll I'm looking at People's food. I'm picking up. You know glasses. I I showed no respect because the winner clean you know. Clean doesn't have respect fruit mere mortals. That's right I can tell that you you know you. The use of long ago stopped trying to review the things you do. I know what I'm saying. I know what I'm doing all right. You know what you're doing you do mind. The two people offering opinion. Why did I come on your program? Mr Andris only by ripped six percent. Okay here's yeah. Body comes to a stop. She comes to a stop near the front of the stage before she enters into the auditorium or into the restaurant. I mean after my fans and holding the stationary very and then the fans drop and then the fans drop and I just walk in and I'm looking at people's I'm looking at people looking them up and down you know you're showing a sort of an arrogance. I wouldn't call it an arrogant so much as it's just I am very well assured of who in what I am you know and you can't really F- with me because I'm the winter queen. That's kind of the way it goes. What happened to the good West Steve? We found that folks around the full The full one st is that it sounds like I put the fans up. Then you hear ear stroll in I'm looking at people's Food and showing a general disinterest yeah pitcher open marching last show. Yeah and then right here in. What's your story? I insist on knowing my story. Would he be. This is where just listen Mr Henry credit talk okay. Thanks a lot so I knew that that would happen. I knew it would happen. Phil she goes butch hearing. Yeah right here guys suck you know that. 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CLASS PICTURE PART 4 | TAGALOG HORROR STORY

Stories Philippines Podcast

15:25 min | 4 months ago

CLASS PICTURE PART 4 | TAGALOG HORROR STORY

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175. Fighting Through Life

Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

1:12:43 hr | 1 year ago

175. Fighting Through Life

"Support for today's show comes from the life is good ping podcast. Join co founders of life is good burton. John jacobs they talk to influential musicians athletes business business leaders and everyday people but the role of optimism in their lives. They'll also end each episode with a ping pong charity challenge. I love this. Yes i love that they do this. I love that the title of the pike as as a ping pong pong. I think that that's amazing. The winner of the ping pong match at in each episode gets to you donate to the charity of their choice. What a fund idea and listenable content is what i would call that the life is good ping podcast kicks off thursday june thirteenth the legendary ringo ango star subscribe now and stitcher spotify or i tunes and add some good vibes dear day <music> hello to all my dog brothers one hour on phone call no names. These no holds barred one on one. I think it'll be more art center now. I've really chris gathered. Welcome beautiful anonymous first thing i want to say last week's episode was the squirrel and the draft and i was so pleasantly surprised how much of a cord that when struck the feedback was was really incredible. The facebook troop people really cut a lot and also you more reaction on on instagram comments. It seems like a lot of people people in this world feeling man it is hard to connect with other people and somehow that caller spoke so eloquently to the idea of not really being able to speak eloquently real life end a little heartbreaking because the guy said he wasn't really a fan of mine or the show hope. He sees that feedback because he helped a lot of people. Thanks again caller for calling. Thank thank you guys offer <hes> being kind and supportive to the show and the caller wanna let you know i got a bunch of live shows coming up chris dot com tons of stand up dates and a few a beautiful mountains live tapings. We're going to do a live taping in london. September fourteenth detroit on september twenty first september twenty. Not eighth is the beautiful anonymous at woodstock new york. It'd be announcing a live taping in toronto very soon and then there stand up all over talking about jersey and buffalo and detroit and woodstock and brooklyn and philly and baltimore and richmond and a few more other places that are coming so you can go find on those tickets at chris death dot com now this week's episode. It has an old school feel that i'd have i think <hes> one thing that a lot of people loved about that. The early lee batch of beautiful anonymous. It starts with kind of random chitchat about stuff and then it really starts this call. I'm going to warn you. The first fifteen minutes we talk a lot about brazilian jujitsu. You did sue and i wanted to say. I know that brazilian jujitsu is very boring to hear about. If you do not do brazilian jujitsu you're gonna hear us talking about moves and moments tournaments and it will hit point relate. Come on get on with it we do and once we do. <hes> it really it really tumbles downhill fast because we we learned this caller is a fighter in many ways like literally throughout the martial arts stuff but also the more we learn about the callers life the more we just see. The person has had to keep fighting. Keep finding ways to fight physically and metaphorically. It blew me away. My job kept dropping. I kept finding myself inspired. This is a fighter. I had to fight harder than and i have certainly and the fact that keeps finding their way in this world keeps going. It's really beautiful thing. Enjoy the call <music>. Thank you for calling beautiful anonymous. A beeping noise will indicate when you're on the show with the host. Hello oh crap. It actually happened. Hey well hello to you to our you. How am i am pretty great feeling good good. My wife just sent me a picture that our son at home had a diarrhea blow not diarrhea like the men like he'd just blow not diarrhea condition but i i started laughing immediately and i'm sure i'll have to deal with my own versions of this in the future but i was there was i was. I felt a lot of sympathy at the that. My wife is dealing with that and also pretty psyched. I'm here instead of instead of dealing. That's how i am. How are you. I'm good. I can attest that as one of the best feelings. I do not personally have kids but i <hes> had a weird. Oh care situation where i've known the family for like basically their entire life <hes> move to a different state live with them and it was always fun to be able to be like i can choose whether or not i'm going to handle this one or ah there yeah but i wanted just be clear when i am around. Try to step up. I have no doubt you're awesome. Dad no doubt at all trying to figure out how are you. I'm good. I just woke up man. I i yeah i'm a girl is like fifty million jobs waking up this third job one before i go into job <hes> to tonight so yeah i actually i teach kids jujitsu. You teach ya i help i help. My boyfriend is actually a the main teacher. He's like a he's a three strike blue boat and i am just a lowly little to strike right. White belts really loves to compete. Okay okay some right in the middle. I'm right in the middle but if you're teaching classes you could almost definitely beat beat me up. I'm truly terrible that you truly stand. Nobody's good at the standup nobody in jujitsu everybody nobody nj okay. This is variously but for anybody listening to stand up refers to the fact that you start on your feet. Jujitsu is primarily involving fighting on the ground like wrestling and pretty much. Everybody who ju jitsu hates the part we have to start and try to throw the other person to the ground and then there's this thing where every once in a while you run into judo guy who's trained judo in the past and can just throw you on your head because they spent ten years do judo before they ever signed up and then they're wearing white bell and you're like you just hit me with like <hes> so crazy names. These moves where you're like. You just hit me with like a kesse. Juteau got to me and clearly or even worse. You know what i'm going to say the even worse people to deal with in the judo people oh what's one the wrestlers funny you say that yes your boyfriend or wrestler or were you. Oh no my boyfriend. I'm definitely a wrestler and he's definitely trying to teach me like we're teaching kids right now like single life and i adamantly trying to get better at my double leg right now because i have a bad bad habit of just grabbing a collar tie and just gazing everybody depending them by their neck. That sounds pretty good. Habits me choking people out before you even let me just before can't and i'm not trying to disparage your boyfriend. You meet these people in these classes and they got a one stripe on their white belt so so i'm looking at them. I'm a blue belt. I'm feeling like okay. I should be able to handle it but you look at these guys. Sometimes you're like wait. They already have a little bit of collie flower here. Their ears already <music> collie flower means you've been going heart and then it turns out they were like high school varsity wrestler for three years in iowa and then like one a d two championship at some midwestern college and they can just these wrestlers bulldog through you and then they grind their shoulder. They like grind grind shoulderblade right into your eye socket. 'cause that's what wrestling i'm here to lose weight dude. The funny thing is is most of the guys i'm only girl in my gym. We have some girls that trickle in and out you know to get instagram picture to learn the basics but <hes> i'm one of the only girls in our gym so all the dudes and there are basically old dudes who've been like i used to wrestle in high school and it's really fun to just be like okay well. I'm just gonna choke tokyo triangle now yeah they tried to do that. It is one of the best feelings when someone new shows up and they have been wrestler and then they're just trying to pin. Can you down and you're like oh but you don't know what the plot is. You've never heard of as i get to try thing. I get to actually do a thing right now. Exactly you're like the worst thing you can do the best thing you can do for me the worst thing for you put me on my back. Yeah trump's you got a lot of tricky moves right here. Now it's but i never would. I never beat anybody. I never beat anybody. I'm in one of those. I'm in one of those phases is where i've <hes> i've plateaued but i'm also only training like once a week because of the baby for three months. I think i've trained twice a week. Maybe maybe one week so. I'm like slipping and i'm i'm thirty nine. I have a joint condition. My knees are shot so i'm never going to be great at this but i i'm. I'm backtracking and i'm a little dismayed by it and you're having a good time. That's what matters you know. I'm doing that. Also we can talk about this as long as you. I have a feeling that everyone involved actually making the show will be furious. If all we talk about super specific brazilian jujitsu information <hes> the opposite you wanna get whatever you want whatever you want. I was an only before we do though can i just say one would use it to think 'cause. It sounded like you were gonna ask ask. What's your go-to actually going to ask you. What your favorite. What's your favorite thing. You've done in a competition. 'cause i know that you competed. I've always wanted to put her in in competitions. I have exclusively gotten my s beat in front of my wife and also i have to say i'll tweet these things out and i've been very flattered but very amused. Fans have shown up like some of them are like santa my stand up. Some of them are beautiful. Novice fans heard about it on the show and they show up and just watch. Let me get my ass whipped in both my competitions. I went against guys who really knew how to wrestle. I now compete against three different people in my brackets jackets and not one guy was more like me. He wound up catching me in our toehold which no shame in that some diving for the other two guys are. I'll say this engine jujitsu. There's a phrase it's it's uncouth but you will know when i mean to other guys who just wrestle fucked me. That's a phrase that gets tossed around in the jujitsu community where where a wrestler just gets on top of you and you cannot escape the relentless pressure the physical pressure the one guy. I'll give myself credit. He caught me an darce and i wouldn't tap 'cause it wasn't in one hundred percent so it was crank in me but i wasn't going to put me out and i'm not going to tap to that. I'm just not. I don't blame you. I am a i am surprised i'm not good at this and i'm not saying that <hes> in any way about us but i'm tougher than you would think and this guy had me in a and apparently had turned a shade of per ball so profound that a guy in from my school who is watching it was like it got really concerning and then sort of inspiring i think almost in like rudy almost like yeah so i haven't pulled off anything good in competitions literally nothing i'm good. How about you. What's the best thing you've pulled off in competition. Okay so molly crowded it but also not proud of it but i actually i broke girls arm. I'm doing it arm bar finally. Did you like it onto festival. She not tap. He refused to tap. So the girl there was a growing. She went went before me who landed numa fodder oughta which is for people who don't know basically control of one of your arms and your on your stomach bug and your stock. There's nothing you can do. They can manipulate the joints in your arm list whatever they can basically break your arm with their legs. They've gotta hip up <hes> so the girl before her had done that to our and this is the girl with a broken arm is her first competing apparently she you know the pride that comes in tournaments. Hope might lose but i'm not going to tap. He refused to tap to that and then when she got with me. I was just going with her. I was trying to go like 'cause the girl before me giving me a heads up. 'cause i'm not one of those people that doesn't talk to the people they roll with it tournaments. I want to be your friend because take time and if you filled me in and i went and i landed an arm bar and then she just kept rolling with it and the next thing i know whole elbow is inverted. You can not like where it is not not right like let go. I like goes. I'm freaked out. The russia's talking to my coach like if i could have called it right are there. I would have called it like i'm so sorry i didn't mean to break your arm but you didn't have. You're an adult but my biggest victory would be like when my first tournament i was coming in at one forty and as you probably can get a lotta girls. Don't do jiu jitsu at least competition wise is so i got pushed up to the one eighty plus weight class and i had to go against the girl that was at least forty bigger than me yeah eighteen and i get the wrestling getting fuxing excuse my language sally <hes> because she sat on the entire nogi decide on on me but i came back yeah i came back though in the ghee she tripped by the grace of god or whatever force you may believe in this girl trip britt and i jumped on her back like a spider monkey and rear naked shokder well done well done congratulations. I dream of glory one day. I dream of one of those dumb. I don't know how we got here. The middle of you know you've seen emperor's new grew. You may be wondering how we got here. Yes that was my my moment well but i'm jealous. I warned harry you did about. Did you talk talk like i just woke up. We might chat. We'll probably talk about you. Tell you what they're small. Practice people might actually like it because i will tell you when you're a guy like me it thirty nine year old comedian never really been athletic your whole life and you walk out onto a mac and you look a person in the eye. I'm telling you the first guy. The first guy went against this was last year so i was thirty eight. I looked him up. I'm like you. I wanna be friends. Everybody i've ever competed against. We're instagram friends friends. Now we leave comments on each other and this first guy do name horror. Hey nice guy if he ever listened to this but so this guy i mean he he's the one who asked me in the dirt. As soon as i walked out i was like this guy's a specimen skies physical specimen one hundred forty five pounds. I'm a little doughy. He's clearly early. He's jacked. Movements might be good so we're instagram friends. After the competition i look at this guy's instagram. He's thirty one. I believe he's an ex marine and he has in his instagram stories videos of himself doing handstand pushups completely vertical pushups chefs and i thought this guy for five entire minutes and i didn't have that is a moral victory of high caliber but oh my goodness he was doing handstand push ups then other videos of instruments in hell just be standing there and then he just does a back flip and lands on his feet unlike what scott superhero. Why did i fight this guy and but he's really nice and then he bought a copy of my book doc and checked it out many plugged it. Check out this book so it's like yeah. That's a fair shady beat the shit enemy but they reach has to help pull of food on the table. That's nice appreciate gate. Thank you yeah and then this other guy william. I got a little mad at william. Williams actually really funny and we d._m. Sometimes nice guy but he put a thing up of him. The double leg me like and then gave analysis of like yeah here's where i sort of baited it and saw that my opponent <hes> didn't have the quick twitch sprawl and here's where is double leg does and he puts all video meanwhile. He doesn't include the fact that my coach was going. Our whole plan was to concede the take down because as soon as we realize this guy could wrestle. My coach was like just find a way to get to guard or even just let him take you down to get to the ground so he doesn't put my coach yelling. Chris concede the takedown. Letica letica turns the audio off so it looks like he's the double leg master of the world. Gotta team ego so do i. Though i i had a girl do that are similar to that but the funny thing is like she did the whole trying to you've heard sandbagging and tournament right defer anybody does this is wins when sometimes people will be very ready for a new belt so in your division it means someone who clearly should have a blue belt but their coach doesn't give them the blue belt so they can enter one the two final competitions and just blast through everybody sandbagging right yeah. There was a girl who was an inmate like she's training point my favorite. I've had two of those one of them. I be her engaged but she i i get lazy during d. and she beat me and noga mean <hes> to beat me there so the other other one this one she was wicked. I mean comes in full on like this. Girl's gonna go professional and it won't surprise me. I ruin my bra. In our in our weight class was mad. I didn't care. I'm just like hey. I'm here to roll because i finally have people nightside. This is what they all got nine because she was doing our weight clock in the weight loss and blah above and she murdered everyone. That was the first time i finally got mitt into tournament. She got me with an arm bar and i'd never been so excited in my life beyond bard we we actually rolled because you've seen white belt batches a lot of them. Rarely anything goes on other than some hand flapping and we might eventually end up on the ground pushing each other's shoulders olders because everyone's nervous about take downs yeah exactly and <hes> i'd just before that guy won it by decision because i attempted the most dust because this girl had kept running from me so i was hired to be embarked. Everyone else's like in the video. She posted her my video me and her and she's like really tired and i just got sandbagged by this. Other are grown. It just wasn't right you know and my opponent. She did okay but you clearly see me. Choke you in that video. I think i did a little better than okay. What am yeah yeah i love. I love avenue getting next. My gym is a guillotine jail unfortunately yeah that's wrestler stuff. That's wrestlers. I've really been liking the williams guard. Are you familiar with the williams guard one of that. It is a great great guard for old people with creaky joints like me. I it apply by all means. <hes> the ladies can use it to you but it's a sneaky old man game. It's like rubber guard but you don't have to be so flexible. It's great. It's great. I'm gonna have to look into that. It's really i along rubber guard but i'm not flexible enough. I can't do rubber guard. I'll blow my knee right out but this williams guard. It doesn't have that same stress on the <hes> a._c._l. Mc l. l. c. o. Look look it up. Sean williams teacher okay so it's been fifteen minutes did you did you talk you said before we can get soft. What did that mean gonna polish there. I bet there's many listeners going though thank god that you talk is over. We are going to move on when we get back. Do you want to just <hes> know that <hes> when we get back. We're talking about many things one of them. <hes> it's worth mentioning if you are survivor uh of any sort of sexual assault even want <hes> know that there's some discussion of that. I always liked to give fair warning but we talked about many many things remainder of the car aw so now that we've paused and put that are out there perfect time. I think to say that the momentum's broken. Let's go ahead and do some ads. Check out what are advertisers have to offer use. 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Thanks to everybody who advertise on beautiful allows us to bring this show to the world now. Let's get back to the call you said before we can get soft oft. What did that mean so funny enough. <hes> the way i got into jitsu was my now boyfriend pressured me into it and also out of fighting. There's a little anger to it. <hes> i about five years ago was raped by a brown belt at the time he like. I even had his hoodie that was ju jitsu hoodie and burned it and like i couldn't handle it because it was one of those new well thought you'd be more aggressive and i stuck with me so going through severe depression after coming to terms with that had even been what had happened to me. I i want to turn to your podcast. You guys are my first friends in college you and berl who builds <hes> who build homes for ghost out of sculptures and me a giraffe yes <hes> and talked about the motorcycle the guy who follows her around the ghost motorcycle ghosts and you thought that it might have been your cousin <hes> so y'all where my first friend. I found you on n._p._r. And was like wait being really funny about suicide and like i wanted i got. I got out his podcast this is this is my legacy coincidentally yeah. That's how i found on demand but i'm became like die hard beautiful anonymous and then he stumbled upon a gym got into moist high at the gym ended up having the lease and 'cause i couldn't afford it and then came back and was able to afford it so join and i would come in for you for more time and the dude who now my boyfriend will do you too and i'll be like jujitsu like i would call it. I would call it gay. I would be like just you know. Sorry for you know community. That was a different place at that point not as nice as i am. Now i would call that stuff telling me like no dues gross y'all stupid and eventually actually there was a girl. There is not there anymore. She's like listen. You can work with me and it's not going to be like that. A promise. I was like okay whatever shaw stayed and choose use me like a paramedic so she cut me call them because it of course triggered some p._t._s._d. For me <hes> which had been had been diagnosed at that time and then becoming let me extremely therapeutic for me like for a long time. I was scared to do anything i wouldn't work with dudes. I feel like i screamed is as they come in but but it was really cool to see the thing that everyone blatantly no one knew what it why my aversion was to hawaii. I hated it so much but they knew that i was in securing donald scared to come in there and i didn't like doing it and they're all very accommodating with it but yeah i started out of being hurt by someone. Who did you get to why just wanna make sure i say that i'm so sorry that that happened to you and to never happen to anybody thirty and i will say to in the world of digit sued. You hear stories like this sometimes an you know. You'd like to think that this is not the norm and i don't think it is but any i think in particular for someone onto train physically to be able to dominate and control other people <hes> and then become a predator that is particularly nefarious and insidious and fills me with even more anger than some other stories have also have to say in doing this show. I'm really getting the sense that the percentage of women who have had to deal with some sort of assault doc is way higher than i renew just from how often people say it either as the core of their story or as a piece of their story that they tell it is it is wild. It is really really heartbreaking. How often incomes up on this show is way more common. You know people even think in general to me and i feel like when i i was assaulted. Friend months didn't even accept like acknowledged is bad sex and i told myself that and then i was sitting in a mass communications class and they were talking about you know no means knowing the debate of consent because this is around the time. The girl is carrying a mattress around on campus at a school right yeah and it was in that faucet. I just kind of like had this. Oh crap crap crap moment a bike thing have to face this and thankfully you know i went to. I went to people <hes> three people total. 'cause one of them was like the family that i was living with and i told them all what happened and they helped me seek help immediately and i stayed in there even when i was doing stuff might my they're. My therapist was literally in the same building like i would walk from therapy to ju jitsu right afterwards grant. That's my dream dream one too much yeah it was it was really good for me too because when i first started even when i was doing white highlight i went from being when i when i knowledge what had happened to me i went it from being this fearless girl that just like i walk around anywhere about myself i don't care i can handle them played on the world to safe place to i wou i was cowering cowering in a corner like i was having to call my sister to like encourage me to even go into moist sitting in the parking lot crying trying to work up the courage to go in so when i was able what do therapy like immediately before that it was a major help which i would like to advocate. Don't just do with your you know going through some stuff. It's great but also seek help yet. There's i participate in both comedy angie jitsu to world. I think people sometimes convinced themselves that they are substitute for therapy and they can they can both be therapeutic but that is not a substitute for actual medical help agreed and it's harmful. If you aren't careful you know if you do rely on something for too long eventually starts to fail you. You know <hes> mhm i have to say i really i'm really i'm really <hes> inspired by the idea that you you know as you say you are someone who experienced trauma an it left you kind of unable to be bold anymore. The fact that martial arts is something that used to to empower yourself feels to me like one of the positive reasons that martial arts would even exist. Oh yeah i mean an employee into a bunch of different things. I mean i don't just do a kinda faded from roy time. I did a little jikun bill which go breakdown for people maybe even you it's personally his fighting is clogged kundan and i'm even done like some collie which is really finance more filipino kali sitting dick fighting was going to say colleen 'screamer right like the stick fighting it. Yes you can fight with like nine then you can fight with scars. I'm really happy with the with the sticks that we use. <hes> <unk> aren't my thing but you hand me. A nike means as far. I'm like okay so you've fake. They're like rubber night yeah. They use the reverend's but so you've been in a situation where you've been handed a stick and someone is staying across from you with a stick and you're going to spar and this involves beating each other with sticks so so we use different sticks for that when we're training like just wondering vikrant motions and whatnot the thing we use is called we use you can use your either use like bamboo sticks or we have these tiber lonsdale called belichick's that we used <hes> which they hurt really bad he get hit with so no one's with that one <music> but <hes> we don't use those when we're sparring. We have different things there boom all the u. m. a. l. and it's a like a softer phone stored looking type thing and we wear protective. You've got facial like headgear and whatnot but it's great to. There's dude in our class knew. He likes the particularly nice as far with me because i won't hold back on the way that everyone else does because they're like. I don't wanna hurt. You like that. Just seems mean and i'm like let's go. I have noticed notice this at times. I will say i have had a sparring sessions where you know so anybody who has energy to class generally like you'll spar for you know five six minutes and then the teacher says all right that's time then you just switch and you just kind of look around and grab somebody else and i've i've had a few situations where i have wound up training with a female training partner which i think is <hes> i. I feel good about it. Generally i think the <hes> the cultural rule is sort sort of like because i think sometimes people are in situations like yours you sort of let female members of the class approach you instead of you know or you make sure you have pre established relationship and i feel good that i'm someone people trust but i will say some of my sparring sessions with female trading partners they have come at me by far with the most aggression and violence. It's this is not this is not. You're not a total outlier in this as far as like nope. It's go time. Let's do this with where might you jets at lease like. I'll gain to the person i'm with his especially like with ju. Jitsu are tend to be a little bit more elezi roller purchase preferably like in my gym just because everyone's significantly significantly bigger than me <hes> and i'm with i love them all but they're a bunch of dudes gross that they gotta prove something you know so i'll go based off so their energy when doing that the the fun thing with this dude. I'm talking about how <hes> when we do our sparring with knives and whatnot. He's a black belt in jujitsu so oh. I don't mind going one hundred percent because i know he can handle it. He he's a black belt and ju jitsu and judo. You're ah throw me down and sit on me but when it comes to knife fighting you'll stab motherfucker. Sorry sally oh yeah heartbeat so your training like every every martial art you can so if you're ever if you're ever in a situation where someone you really <hes> and god god forbid that this even happens. I pray that you're never in another other situation where you feel threatened but if you are you've got some contingency plans in place now yeah definitely. I definitely feel more confident about it. Like you know prior to all like what what happened to me. <hes> i have been in some situations i bartended for a little while so i've had to like get up and ten guys aces and be aggressive more aggressive with them than i would expect to have to be and it's been a good conscience news to be like yo. I will tell you and you won't even see that like coming when i'm done now so it's a good feeling <hes> and it's definitely i don't ever want to have after to test it like i don't wanna say that i'm super confident that i would wreck whoever comes my way <hes> because i know my tendencies like i'm i. I'm rewriting. Oh my whole system was most people are fight or flight but they forget that there's also a shutdown. You're not you don't run so naturally. I've always been a shutdown when it comes to confrontation so i've been jujitsu boys high collie all of that then kind of rewriting that's for me. It'd be like don't just shut down. Do something have even if it is. You're saying that so the basic it sounds the basic bullet. Points are to recover from trauma. You donate a dedicated combination of mental health counseling and dedication towards learning a variety of forms of violence. This has been the this has been the recipe. That's helped you cope and move forward without a doubt definitely house. I won't say i'm one hundred percent sick. You know and i know that will come with time <hes> but it's definitely something that's been extremely beneficial for me was finding this and i'm not not blooded person. I've i didn't grow up doing any sports. I did one sport when i was like sixteen four few months and that was irish hurling. You know what you did irish hurling yeah. No you're fine. I'm loving. I've always been fascinated with irish early. This is a sport known. Don't again be brutal. Brutal it sort of i would say it's a it's a pretty neat thing. It's known in ireland not many other places. I believe it's sorta like lacrosse right and that involves sticks but it's also like people get heart hurt doing hurling right yeah. I actually why i quit <hes>. I was at a practice one day so to give you the best the best run down. I can't especially for people who may not know what it is. The irish rolling is a good mix of thakur meat. Street hockey meets <hes> look you have a you have a short one and stick kind of looks like a hockey stick but it's more rounded rounded the bottom and you have a ball that looks like baseball but it's lighter <hes> and they're called <hes> hurley n._s. Litter the ball. I remember is the is a <hes> splitter and your stick is early <hes> again. I'm sorry it's been years since i've done this. Yes so it's pretty brutal sport. I got out of it because i i was the only girl i mean my boyfriend. At the time we both had been like this irish heritage festival or whatever and our downtown and we were like. Let's do this and went to check it out. We we love it. We did it for a while and this dude comes in and he <hes> we're doing a drill where you have to hate your stick to the coaches sticks fastest and mind you. I'm like sixteen years old so i'm not really most powerful person have a stick in my hand. I told the dude that i'm up there with them like hey don't go easy on me. I know what i'm doing and basically we go to hit our sticks so you can hit their stick. The quickest coaches. I hit my sick too far and i bust his kneecap uh-huh and i left after that. I was like i can't do this. I busted some dues kneecap on day. One of irish hurling practice and i can't even go have a beer with the divers irish pub down the street. Now i feel bad <laughter>. Get me a root beer yeah. It was a roller coaster. Okay so you just took a stick and just destroyed destroyed some guys kneecap. Yeah damn clench. Thank you have to understand that so far. In thirty two minutes you've talked about <hes> busting a kneecap and breaking an arm you might be the most bad ass caller that's right. You've trade moi taiji condo collie which we're now getting to the fringe of your trainings trainings filipino stick jujitsu hurling a sport that is basically when it's like it's like when you watch like australian rules football football or rugby league. It's one of these sports. That's also just kind of a fight. You're bad ass. I'm not gonna say those disclaimer. I'm probably the worst in my gym all all of these things so i'm not i'm flattered harry doing harry nelson in the booth just for me that he we looked up a video of irish hurling as you mentioned and he finds it scary he finds it actually superfund <music> separately for girls but the only two guys league where i was at so now do you are there any other sports or martial alerts anything that you have your eye on. That's on the to do list. I want to highlight 'cause. I hear that those balls travel one hundred twenty miles an hour and you can get your skull shattered. I'm i'm just looking for the most physically dangerous sports i can participate. I wanna go to italy. Have you ever seen that one in that italian village dino this. Oh what is it called. There is harry. You gotta look this up for me. There is an italian village that i think for like two hundred years these four for different neighborhoods. I think come together and they have a sport. That's like it's kinda like rugby but you're allowed to straight up fistfight so it's it's like rugby and then m._m._a. Matches erupting in the middle of you. Gotta watch it. You'd you'd move to italy. I think and sign up for a what is it called. Oh come on a town. I'm going to google it right now. I try not to go on the computer. Doing let's see talian sport with ball and fighting it. Is it yeah italian sport ball fighting google that what is it called calcio store co. You're gonna wanna look this up like rugby. It's got its bare. Knuckle boxing matches come out in the middle a rugby. It's it's <music>. It's crazy calcio fiorentino. It's also called. It's been happening since the sixteenth century. Oh my goodness you'd love you'd. I'd love okay what else what else do you have to. Have you heard of dog brothers. I was going to ask you if you've seen the dog brothers videos as you and i are meant to be friends. This is while i was gonna ask you so the dog brothers they have their roots in the in what what you mentioned i think the the filipino stick fighting arts of collie and eskimo and i know of them because i had always heard that they were invited to the first u._f._c. see 'cause they were these known underground fighters but then they asked if they could bring their sticks and the gracie family was like of course you can't fight with sticks and they said well then we're not going to do it. If if you look up video harry you wanna scare yourself. You think hurling scary these dog brothers are these guys they like meet up in parking lots and california cornea and eat the hell out of each other with sticks and like blood for meat fight on hold on. I accidentally turn on dog brothers video in an ad for manscaping came up. I'm so sorry okay you wanna do dog brothers events okay so not quite. It's not quite so we're kind of getting more came thing going at our gym. What is your in one of these weirdo gyms. You're one of these extreme gyms so <hes> well. I mean it's not it's just a few of us. It's just a few of us so the guy was telling you about its own judo and jujitsu who's in our colleague class he and my boyfriend a friend really into the idea of kind of doing something more toned down version it comes up in colleague because most of the time and my boyfriend will just kind of mess around in cali like we joke around because i'll eventually get the pattern but like i can't stay focus my attention span just everywhere and we'll start messing around with south and he actually bought a along source a training long sword but we're talking about the fight with swords. It's it's traits of rubbers the word it's fine. He's gonna put foam on it and it gets better. It gets better so my weapon of choice in cali is the caramba i love. I love the caramba <hes>. No one knows what that is a curved nice. It's pretty brutal mortal kombat video manno so we're we're actually we've both got these training columbus and training long sword and we're gonna put foam and stuff on it but i can't remember what the movie is. I wish i could remember the movie watch these. He's cheesy but really cool. <hes> conquering movies all the time and one of them dude has a caramba on a chain and flings his chain caramba around and murdering people with it and i was inspired so we're working on making one of those. We're gonna jujitsu like all of them basically just adding in cali inspired by the dog brothers and then you're required to house like cutoff leave gay we talk just the top and we wear protection so you have created a death device where you've if mounted a sword on the end of a chain no not before. The koran is crumbling a nice long knife on the energy. I want to say too. I call up one of these dog brothers videos. Are you watching this. We are watching a video right now. It's legitimately if you look at the dog brothers fair warning anybody listening what you'll find is videos of actual maniacs and there's like in fields. These are not sanctioned fighting events. It's just like dudes in jordan's like jean shorts and tank tops ops and they're wearing like fencing helmets and beating each other to the point where they're bleeding beating each other with sticks while like thirty people standing around in a field in a suburban neighborhood with houses in the background like this is not the this is not like the end sack isn't sponsoring this these guys aren't there's concussion mm protocols but the dog brothers. This is underground kuma day shit exactly it's fun sport. You wanna be in a kuma day. Uh-huh maybe have you seen bloodsport is pretty cool. I've seen blood sport. It's a fictional movie in your real person <music>. I'm scared. I'm nervous as okay. Don't be because it's all like at our gym so we're obviously not gonna like blood each other up the only time any it happened as far as like blood goes. There's been the occasional like you rub your the wrong way across someone fencing helmet. That's the worst that's happened. You know in the gym. I'm watching one now. It's a guy in pittsburgh steelers jersey getting his ashby with a stick don't do this. I had to find the most mundane endanger outfit is what i'm hearing to find my goodness. Oh my goodness. This is a hell of a call you ever be honest with me. 'cause i bet there's there's guys in your gym. That are fighting they. They call him smokers. You know what i'm talking about with smokers under this is like these there's these underground unsanctioned and fighting events like these basically like m. fights that will happen in a gym that locks its doors and it's pretty illegal and mess yeah you guys in gym who are doing underground flights him. Most of the do's and our jim are either like high school. Boys or a college kid comes through. Most of them are around your age enough enough. I would say probably if anyone's doing it. It's going to be our instructor and i don't think he's doing it now but i without a doubt know that he has like he doesn't even have to tell me. I know he's done before he's going to tennis. Courts in the middle was like let's go fighting the woods walking through woods leads to a desolate tennis court far from prying eyes and fighting someone on a tennis court this is these are the type of the rolling with now imposed. They're gonna let you guys know. Fewer might not know. I'm on the fringes me my there's more of this in the world than you think people fighting in the woods the fighting on like the top level of parking garages there is a weird underground world of fighting out there and i'm so happy that the caller has has shined a spotlight on it to a small degree. We'll be right back. 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Ziprecruiter is so effective that four out of five of employers who post on ziprecruiter better get a quality candidate through the site within the first day and right now my listeners can try ziprecruiter for free at this exclusive web address ziprecruiter dot com slash beautiful you go to ziprecruiter dot com slash beautiful ziprecruiter dot com slash beautiful ziprecruiter the smartest artist way to hire. Everybody sponsors the show now. Let's finish off the phone call walking walking through a woods to a desolate tennis court far from prying eyes and fighting someone on a tennis court this is these are the type rolling with now yeah. That's my instructor. He's teaching me stuff. That's who you wanna learn from. Yes i mean he's a cool guy now totally tame. I mean where we live like. There's there's nothing that exciting going on. I promise you i mean i'll give you a little bit of information of where i live. I live in charlotte cocoa nice town. This is right outside. It's it's a nice little town. Where i live isn't the super best <hes>. I'm right next to u._n._c. charlotte so i like actually i used to attend the school. I don't ask very now but <hes> yeah my neighborhood not the best. We had a girl get kidnapped and raped apparently only in an apartment complex down the road from me. We had a big shot my pool running swimming what he was talking. He he was talking john. I was actually like for. I'm usually not home. I'm always at the gym or one of my jobs when my other job <hes> but he actually like apparently talking bad garbage to the southern food and of course it's a college area so everyone's drinking and <hes> he it's like he basically made a comment about like i got so far in your girl she sold it and her rid and the dude shot him right next like they were in the pool dot physically in the water altered like in the pool and had yeah in the area where a lifeguard would normally say like no horse play allowed yeah but it's a it's the college town so there's no lifeguard in in this apartment populated gun play in the horse plays owned exactly yeah so unfortunately not living in the best area but outside of that i would say it's a pretty low key. You know area. Nothing outside of people getting tapped by the pool pretty located yeah. I mean you know like down only happened. Once i mean there was the dude i heard about this. I don't live here when it happened but there was a dude who shot in the throat because he didn't have enough money for his lead. We we displosal. I mean that's usually meth. That's usually a meth problem. Thank right right laid back one yet well so he got shot in the throat for not having enough money and i guess he got aggressive with the deep. This is when my my friend lived here. I didn't live here at that time and i didn't find out about it until it already signed by lee so you're kinda just tied in at that point trying to get away. I thought growing up in north jersey. He was weird. I thought north jersey was a weird violent place charlotte who knew charlotte the number one place to get shot in the throat next to a pool. We just passed on a. We just passed our <hes>. What is it regular like. There's an average number that every state has a people that die in the state by murder and we just impacted by like fifteen or something like that. It's only july guys talk about. I know barely halfway through the year here. I know conveniently. I'm never home so i'm like at low risk of being killed. I <hes> i work at the hospital. I work third shift so i just get to see the crazy stuff that happened so you spend all day in the gym and then you work in a hospital to you said you have multiple. What are the other jobs so you participate in violence then you see the after effects of violence at the hospital. Then what else are your jobs. My other job is i work as an assistant manager at a restaurant. Okay that's good. That's not violent. That's good no no so i serve sometimes there and then i also i do what's called expo which is basically assistant manager. I sit in the window. Make sure you're pretty before it comes out and if there's a problem i come in and talk to the table be like hey what's up. I'm sorry you're stakes dog. Let me get you a discount. You wanna free dessert and if there's a real problem so you bust out a knife on a chain and tell them hey skram. Don't you scream. You got a problem who my good internet full lives and <hes> yeah pretty interesting story. I guess you know i was eighteen and moved up here to charlotte. I'm not even from here originally. Did you move up for school or just did yeah. I did feel like i was actually i technically i scared everyone. I cold because i was as soon as i turned eighteen. I withdrew myself from high school at the high school that i'd been out for the entirety of my you know almost four years at that point of high school <hes> and i told him i was like no. I'm going back to school. I'm just moving. I i decided to move to charlotte and i left my mom and my sisters. Here's and i moved up here to live with some people that i'd known back in greenville and they helped me get through high school in the first of my family to have graduated that and and now i'm the first to go to college along route but thanks yeah i know so it's pretty interesting though doing all that i was doing it mostly for like my sister's kind of role model for them. It had a positive effect you know <hes> <hes> yes and no i think that it hurt in some ways because growing up my mom literally the best mom she did the best she could being a single mom with you know five kids but i kind of left home and i i suppose i usually repress things. I was a shutdown notified flight so when i left i kinda got a nerve deal with awesome stuff to my mom that i'd never been able to say and that took effect on my little sisters and now little brother at the time <hes> so oh you know like they kind of got brainwash for a little while into i was taken away. I didn't even want to go. I was tricked and all this stuff and now they've they've gotten older. They know they know that. I made the choice <hes> to leave home and do this and they know that i did a part of it to show them that they could do because i'm an older sibling older sister she. There's a cycle in our family. My mom willingly on her own went and dropped out of college or out of high school at seventeen as soon as she could. She went into a teacher's office or principal office and was like s you buy and list and never came back <hes> my sister when she was seventeen similar situation been going to a teacher's office or anything she just completely dropped out she was hard into partying and drugs and things like that that she just left and i was kind of on that same size law going through severe depression. I wasn't going to school sleeping. The day away. I was withering like i was eighteen and laid about about <hes> seventy five pounds which is super. Yes super unhealthy. I mean my mom can get me to eat. I was passing point her return and this is like a newfound hope but my mom didn't realize that threes i was getting my energy back and getting my back was because i was leaving that situation yes and she thought that i was just getting better so she didn't want me to go towards the end and then when i did it turned into a whole thing but <hes> i think it's been good for some of them. In my older sister's funny enough. It helped her get her life together a little bit and one of my younger sister's not so much the two youngest they're kind of doing their own thing being but i think i have a better relationship with them now because of the kind of encouraged the even if it isn't college as long as they graduate high school then pursue to their dreams that i'm happy for them that my goal kinda change towards it i was you've got to go to college and not being here and i'm like four years in and got half of the stuff that i need. I'm like does you something that makes you get out of the house and do it like don't just ride the coattails of you know your parents and what parents <hes> but the thing good for him overall. I think some of them so you've been fighting your your abubakr fighting your way through life both metaphorically and literally the whole time. Oh yeah yeah and it's been it's been a weird life. Basically basically my wife is something you feel kind without a doubt so you'll sit and watch a lifetime movie and be like this isn't doesn't so extreme. I mean not necessarily extremist so much. Oh what are they gonna make my life busy. You know it was like and it's a weird life. I mean all l. My siblings are actually have to blink. I'm technically an only child and i also have eight steps of links for what for example you know <hes> and just everything i've been through me and what my my family's been through my siblings. We were the people under the stairs. My mom called us because we live at my grandma's jason for most of my life. They still lives there actually so it's weird yeah yeah that one you had to bust out when you saw that opening when you were eighteen even though you're still in highschool you saw the window open. You said i gotta take i shot what are we doing. I gotta take this yeah someone. I'm not very religious now like i'll be honest with you. I think really blessed you know 'cause i didn't and have the one thing my sisters and brother then have a growing up is they. They didn't have a dad my two youngest siblings. Their dad died when they were six smelter sister. Her dad had already left but died when she was sixteen or she found out when she was sixteen. I don't remember exactly when he died and then my little sister blow me but didn't know her dad. I found mine <hes> through a lot of harassment but i got really lucky that i on this family <hes> church <hes> growing growing up and they kind of just took me in. I mean they taught me how to cook. They taught me how to clean <hes>. Basically they taught me the basics. I mean they taught me how to do laundry. Things the show me can we i'm going to do it. They don't mess it up kinda girl. This was your was your this was through locating your dad or this was through through. This was a community at church. It wasn't that you located in church. They yeah like that was a separate thing odd. Got it got it so but yeah so the church wrapped up and kind of took you in and said we're gonna we're gonna help you have a basic basic command of the infrastructure of life yeah this one family like i was. I did this thing when i was little. I was very manipulative trying to get fifty cents from <hes> <hes> the pastors youth pastors life so that i could get some chips and she <hes> she's all right through it. Somehow we ended up getting into her being like well. I'll all tutor. I'll be your tutor and then it became her picking me up twice a week for school from school to take me to her house and then i'm like became their babysitter because they just had their first baby at that time and i was like twelve and it just all kind of piled into this like weird thing where it's like. They are my there my honorary family so i i moved off to charlotte to live with them. There are two youngest girls didn't even know that i wasn't there sister. Thank god that i was. They thought that i was like they're like because they literally all known me since they were born the two oldest. I remember a time when i did with them. They know like this are adopted big sister so the two youngest is great. Is this the family you mentioned before that you you appeared for yeah. Yeah basically appears the easier way to say it. I mean i live with them. I help take care of the kid by my own choice <hes> but yeah so i was essentially an old pair but they were also just another family for me. They helped me. You know get to where i am now. How nice people oh yeah and that's why i say like i'm blessed to have had that 'cause my mother siblings. They never got that. My older sister didn't need the twins and my younger sisters. They all just is kind of had to fend for themselves and i think that's why i ended up a different way than all them to be honest. That's an incredible all story yeah like lifetime. I'm just waiting for my movie. How'd you how'd you wind up moving on from from living with that family family did it it. Was it just time for you to sorta. Spread your own wings. It's you settle pair before and that was shorten. It was much more of a surrogate family than an actual actual employment situation. He yeah exactly i mean there was no employment other than they literally. They said me took care of everything for me <hes> other than car r._e._i. Gas but they even they taught me how to drive. <hes> the way that happened. That change was is. I did my last year last year and a half of high school. Because when i transferred my credit semester i graduated a year later and then after that they want a they helped me get into community college to knock out some of the main classes and while i lived with him for about two years afterwards to do that and then they were like all right so that you can get the college experience. Let's get you on campus so i moved like when when i transferred to university they helped me move on campus and all that kind of it's time you know still i see him all the time and we still the same relationship where it's like. Hey i'm coming over okay and already walking through the door kind of thing. Do you go see them on holidays and stuff like that. Oh yeah i straight skipped <hes> going home. There's a few times. I would buy my mom and tell her hey. I'm saying it blows house. Whatever boyfriend. I had the time like christmas. It's within this year. I hope it's okay. I'm doing thanksgiving with them this year and really. I'm just gonna be with my second family because they're they seem so unreal unreal like i mean having lived with them. I know that they have their family problems but they're almost the perfect family. Really i lived with them for four year almost four years and i only saw the husband and wife fight once and it would be calmest. I've ever seen the same way. We're talking to each other right now. This is how they thought and it happened in front of me. Yeah that must be like. I took a lot. Yeah you must have that must have been an eye opening eye opening thing to witness his sucks for them. They were in a fight but you must go. Oh there's a whole other would talk to each other holy way to interact people yeah and a much healthier way. 'cause i mean it was really cool. I've taken a lot from them but yeah. That's good holidays with them. When you you were when you grow up and you have a shaky foundation and like you said you had mentioned that there was kind of a cycle maybe of wait wait. What's all that crazy noise sorry. This is gonna sound really dushi. Those reminds you jitsu tournament medals. I didn't know where to put them for their hanging on a closet door or now. You're just rubbing tolkien arms and i'm sitting here getting choked. Turn it purple. I'm turning purple while whore. Hey does vertical push ups over me. You're over here. Clinton metals together like their goddamn champagne glasses. There's just this you only only three tournament and the the girl i mean i'm guaranteed in one of my on silver depending on how many actually signed up bronze silver because in the thirty plus division. It's similar thirty plus one forty five pound. You don't get so many people. I was going to say i was going to say when you when you grow up and you have a kind of shaky foundation and you had mentioned that there was maybe a cycle of imams behavior older sisters behavior when you find some people who sorta take you in and say we believe in you that must that that does that change everything instantly. Is it something that you have to learn to trust yeah. It's a it's a learning to trust thing over time especially like everything was happening to me at such a young age because my my siblings and i wish super spread out in age <hes> my older sister seven years older than me. My two youngest sibling are seven years younger than me and then i have one in the middleton four years younger than me so there was a lot of the trail by my older sister that really tarnished our relationship severely for awhile there that i didn't trust anybody i mean i was still i was living in these people in there and how up here in charlotte and still having conversations with them about dave <hes> the dad is really good with like metaphors and things like that so i've got my couple of hobbies like this. This cup is like our our love for you and i can tell you know even with god 'cause they're. They're christian <hes> like you're dipping your toe in and then easing out he's like eventually you just need into the cut the next time and know that your loved and to trust them with that and i it's still something that i have have to kinda push myself into with even then even though they've definitely grew but yeah so it's a hard thing. It doesn't come at least for it. Has it come just immediately. 'cause i played that game a lot. When i was younger especially like wanting to bond with my older sister it'd be like trust her immediately and then immediately good you know thrown thrown under the bus but that's sibling for you at a young age especially especially with kids who i have to watch their own backs our imagine yeah oh yeah. That's basically how we grew up. It was just you gotta have your own back and that it was the faculty that was like i got enough. Everybody else's back to. I'm the protective one. Wow must've shocked everybody when if you were the protective devante must've shocked everybody when you said you knew what i'm outta here yeah yeah and i. I know that they weren't happy with it. I mean i how letters from my little sister and little brother now <hes> that you know asking me do you still are we still your family me. You know and living in blurred mom plays the game of everyone's family. No matter the situation like even though we only have sisters she doesn't you'd have step siblings like that aren't even actually one of them's not even related to me at all. It's just related to one of my other siblings. That's your sister. Do you love her but then i also play the game of like she's replaced you she those little girls or her family now and she does that along the beginning <hes> so you know it's hard trying to rebuild the foundations. My siblings sea like strangers to me for the most part but we make it work the two youngest just one who don't want them focused on right now 'cause they're seventeen now and they're really bad to get into some shit. Excuse my language valley uvira this started with chitchat about and it will it end it. I'm gonna go ahead and say the hour is up so i gotta say goodbye but i think <hes> talk so much up top about fighting and in the last half of this i i think we have understood that goes well beyond taken a martial arts class. You are true fighter in a way. That's very inspiring thank you i wanna thank you for calling the show. I want to wish nothing but good luck to you and please move to neighborhood where you don't have to carry a knife on it. Please at school caller. Thank you so so much for calling the show. I have to say i mean there was very hard parts to hear heart goes out to you but as far as our vibe at a lot of fun talking to you you and it meant a lot the chance to connect with you and i hope i never see out on the judiciary mess because i don't want my arm broken. My kneecap busted. I hope i hope we never spot they the harry nelson and the booth holding down jared o'connell. Thank you as well. Jack came in today set. This one up had to go work on c._g._p.'s podcast. Guess harry help them. Hey thank you just lindell thank you shell shock for the music means a lot that you contributed to this the program she wouldn't allow me. I got road dates. Chris gift dot com like the show on apple. 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Monitor Show 20:00 06-27-2020 20:00

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01:42 min | 7 months ago

Monitor Show 20:00 06-27-2020 20:00

"So fast of Bloomberg BusinessWeek Every Business Day market sell. That's spreading around the globe Bloomberg BusinessWeek podcasts were Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Let's see the Bloomberg BusinessWeek Bite at Carol. MAGOO's breaking global business finance intech news along with smart analysis. We know the Fed is going to be sure and steady Bloomberg BusinessWeek podcast has great great scoop on the Terminal Listen Today on Bloombergradio DOT COM, the Bloomberg, business APP, or subscribe on Apple, Gaffes Twenty four hours a day at Bloomberg Dot, com on the Bloomberg business, APP and on quick take by, Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg radio now a global news update. Record wise character attack on Jane Johnson. An all time high of forty thousand new corona virus cases is being reported today as Bob Costantini reports. The numbers arrived as the white. House Task Force for the first time since April. He's recently been doing a host of individual interviews, but the most respected authority in the nation on virus polls show Dr Anthony. FAUCI was there in his role of warning Americans as cases skyrocket so few get infected, you will infect someone else. Who really will infect someone? Someone else because the production elements of the virus is now less than one. We gotta make sure we dropped back a few yards that we can be part of the solution or part of the problem. Dropping back a few yards is what governors and local leaders in Texas and Florida find themselves doing after they are easing of restrictions appears to have led to a boost in cases Bob Costantini Washington among the state. Seeing spikes Texas is ordering bars to close. Florida's ordering them not to serve.

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21 Trivia Questions on Live Action Stars

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13:32 min | 1 year ago

21 Trivia Questions on Live Action Stars

"It's twenty one trivia questions on live action movie stars as written by luke mckay. This is trivia would bud stone the only it be. Ooh that's me opening. Hey sparkling half tea half lemonade from spin drift one of my favorite sparkling waters waters and welcome to another episode of the trivial buds podcast. I'm your host ryan buds. Thanks for checking out my show. I'm recording in a different room in my house. Today's over here click clack check in on the ground that is my dog romeo and his long nails just creeping around looking around finding some stuff and this is a fun episode. Today guys is this is a twenty one trivia question episode. Usually we do like ten or eleven or fifteen or five sometimes but today we have twenty one questions and and they're all written by luke mckay who is a pretty awesome friend of mine from australia that listens to the show and loves trivia. Luke sent me some <hes> very cool questions on live action movie stars so these are all like i think they're all animated characters that then made the transition to live action films stuff like fat albert and mr magoo and yogi bear and things like that so he took a character from a live action movie and gave you a a year and you have to say who played the live action version of that character in that year. I thought it was a real clever. Episode and i'm going to have fun trying to figure out some of these myself today. I wanted to remind you that we are donating all the patriots on subscription donations to the communities of al paso texas in dayton ohio ohio for the month of august so if you are a patriot subscriber know that your money's going into some great community organizations you can find out more info at the link in the show show notes of this episode and monday's episode where we did some trivia about the cities of el paso and dayton and as always our heart in our hearts in my house my household go out to everybody who is affected by the tragedies and mass shootings that constantly keep happening in the u._s. As a trivia host i wanted to try and shed some light on that and the good things that have happened though cities so go back and listen to that episode on monday if you missed it and feel free to donate donate more money the link in the show notes and thanks for your contributions for that. I think that's gonna be a really cool thing we can do. Shout out to my friend mo martinez china's mo martinez is one of our ten dollars patriot subscribers and for ten dollars. You get to get a shoutout on anything. You want once a month so mo said hey can you plug my my new facebook page. Mo is a trivia trivia writer in the chicago area and he wants you to check out facebook dot com slash well actually trivia well actually trivia yep he posts different trivia questions and things and a lot of fun facts about things you may not know from the world of pop culture and everything so go check that out facebook dot com com slash well actually trivia. Get it alike and you should get some updates every day. From oh in chicago and thank you for your donation. Mao shot to new a patriot subscribers taryn who is the monrovia pet nanny phoenix in pet sitting talk to taryn over on the patriot group and our friend sarah. I wanted to the plug because she upped her pledge from five dollars a month to seven dollars a month so thank you so much sarah. I sincerely appreciate you doing that. The rewards were mailed out just a couple of days as ago for the month of august so actually i guess it's the month of july because i sent him out at the end of the month so the month of july all the new stuff. This was the first month of new awards. The envelopes are a little bit smaller because we're not mailing as much huge stuff to you. It's more digital and video type stuff and some small collectibles so you should have a smaller envelope coming to you for the month of july so be on the lookout for that all right. We're going to jump into this episode from luke mckay play along right down one three twenty one and see how many of these you can get correct here. We go all right. I'll give you the character during the year. The live action movie came out. You tell me who played the character courtesy of luke question number one inspector gadget nineteen ninety nine question one inspector gadget shit nine thousand nine hundred nine number two april o'neil two thousand fourteen april april o'neil two thousand fourteen number three on your list fat albert two thousand in four fat albert two thousand four by the fifteen years old already two thousand four number four the genie in two two thousand nine hundred eighteen the genie in two thousand nineteen number five the grinch in the year year two thousand the grinch in two thousand numbers six barney rubble back in one thousand nine hundred four barney rubble nineteen ninety-four number seven bell in two thousand seventeen who played belle in two thousand seventeen question number eight velma dinky in two thousand and two velma in two thousand two and number nine mr magoo in nineteen ninety-seven mr magoo back in the year nineteen ninety-seven uh number ten we had cruella deville in one thousand nine hundred six who played her number ten cruella deville ninety six number eleven popeye in one thousand nine hundred eighty five years before i was born number eleven popeye nineteen eighty number twelve fearless leader in two thousand number twelve fearless leader in two thousand and number thirteen fern arable in two thousand six fern arable in two thousand six number fourteen master roshii two thousand nine master rochhi two thousand nine number fifteen was john are buckle in two thousand and four who played jon arbuckle in four five more to go six ago. Actually there's twenty one questions number sixteen george of the jungle in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven georgia the jungle ninety seven and number seventeen was garg amal in two thousand eleven who played garg amal number eighteen eighteen who played trixie and speed racer in two thousand eight who played trixie and speed racer in two thousand eight number nineteen ranger smith in two thousand ten who played ranger smith in two thousand ten number twenty prince adam slash he man in nineteen eighty seven who played that character in the live action movie prince adam he man nineteen eighty-seven and a bonus question from luke number twenty one who played inspector gadget in inspector gadget to and who played barney rubble in the flintstones viva rock vegas. Those are two very tough ones <hes>. I actually know both of those. I randomly know a lot of these except few character names. I don't know i don't remember who fearless leader was what that was a reference to. I think that's the only one i would have a hard time with but i hope you had some fun answering these questions. We'll be right back in just a second second with the answers all right here. The answers to the live action characters quiz from luke mckay questionable one inspector gadget nineteen ninety nine that was is played by matthew broderick and he played the character of inspector gadget number two april o'neil in two thousand fourteen was meghan toe thumbs fox and that was teenage mutant ninja turtles from two thousand fourteen number three fat albert two thousand four keenan thompson played fat albert from s._n._l. And keenan and cal and all that number four the genie just this past summer two thousand nine hundred and will smith in aladdin will smith and aladdin number five. The grinch in two thousand was played by hi. Jim carey how the grinch stole christmas that was already almost twenty years ago. I wanted to say i saw that. Ursula is going to be played by queen latifah in some sort of musical version of little mermaid not like the new movie. I don't think i think it's like a musical or something. It said shaggy is playing sebastian which i thought was great ever shaggy. It wasn't me number. Six barney rubble nineteen ninety-four was rick moranis in the flintstones movie number seven balanced hundred seventeen was emma emma watson and beauty and the beast that that was great number eight velma dinky in two thousand and two linda cartolini in scooby would be do. I would not have got that. I thought was maybe rachel lee cook but linda cartolini. I don't even know who that is number. Nine mr magoo of course leslie nielsen in nineteen nineteen ninety-seven that was great number ten corolla deville was glenn close hundred one donations nineteen ninety-six shot up to my friend. Tom metzger always like to mention that he used to get jeff. Daniels annuals glenn close confused. You think they were the same person <hes> number eleven pop i nine hundred eighty was robin williams and stay tuned for another popeye question russian for today's question of the day coming up in the minute number. Twelve fearless leader was robert deniro in adventures of rocky winkle. Now it makes sense that was in two thousand and i actually thought that movie was pretty funny for what they did with it. I thought it was clever and interesting number thirteen fern arable. I didn't know that one either two thousand six dakota coda fanning in charlotte's web. I still don't know who that character is. Is that the charlotte knowing who's fern what is a tree number fourteen master oshii two thousand nine chaoyang fat in dragon ball evolution number fifteen jon arbuckle two thousand four brechin meyer in the garfield movie also garfield a tale of two kitties which i just i watch with my daughter and is pretty bad number sixteen georgia the jungle nineteen ninety-seven brennan frazier brennan frazier george of the jungle himself number seventeen guardrail in two thousand eleven. The smurfs was hank as area. What can he do. Besides a million voices on the simpsons number eighteen trixie and speed racer two thousand eight christina ricci never saw that movie but i'd like to see it it has kind of a cult following because of how they shot it and how it looks and number nineteen ranger smith two thousand ten. Tom cavanagh from the flash and scrubs rubs he. He's in yogi. Bear is ranger smith along with i think t j miller is another ranger and number twenty was prince adam slash he-man nineteen eighty-seven dolph lundgren from masters of the universe your bonus question number twenty one who played inspector gadget in the inspector gadget two sequel and who played barney rubble in viva rock doc vegas for the flintstones. That'd be french stewart for inspector. Gadget instead of matthew broderick was french stewart from third rock from the sun and stephen baldwin. Stephen stephen baldwin played barney rubble in viva rock vegas so those are questions great job luke. Thank you so much for sending me some great questions for today's content. I sincerely appreciate it and now it's time for the trivia team name of the day which is a play on fat albert. It's just overweight. Albert said i call them fat. We'll just i do a little bit more and you can use it as your next team name overweight albert question of the day brought to you by funky monkey designs of sandy miss california who played olive olive oil in the one thousand nine hundred movie popeye so we got robin williams as popeye but who played olive oil tweet me your answer at ryan buds or email ryan buds gmail.com to to be eligible for a prize and yesterday's question of the day answer was the last name pickles on what nickelodeon show that'd be tommy pickles stupid goals didi pickles goals and dill pickles on rugrats so that was your answer for yesterday and thank you too funky monkey designs if you need something printed go to f._m. Designs inc dot com tom and design it talk to them. Get some stickers. Get some cousy. Some hats blanket some towels some bags shirts. They do it all f._m. Designs inc dot com. Thank you guys so much for listening. 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Democrats Blast Trump Over White Supremacist Attacks | Michael Bennet & Natasha Lyonne

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Democrats Blast Trump Over White Supremacist Attacks | Michael Bennet & Natasha Lyonne

"You're listening to comedy central august two thousand nineteen from comedy central's world news headquarters in new york. This is the daily show with trevor noah. Here's a coming up tonight. We have two guests joining us on the show. I we'll be joined by one of the seventy two people running for president of the united states senate a michael michael benedict everybody that's going to be and then from the netflix hit shows russian. Doll and orange is the new black nationally owners joining. How's everybody tonight. Show math goes viral texas cups. The worst old town road remix and joe biden is is coming for your guns so let's catch up on today's headlines over the past week. The nation has been divided it over a range of topics racism guns live action lion king was animated lion king and now this simple math problems problem designed for fourth graders but it's causing quite a division on social media everything bad trying to figure out this equation it is eight divided by two and imprint the cease to plus two themes simple enough right but it's dividing the internet and our newsroom been told by many at the answer is number one. Although i bet you that's disputed because the other half of it other people say sixteen sixteen i got one. It would have been one hundred years ago but now the answers sixteen okay. The fact that basic math problems are a viral debate. Just shows you how bad america's education system has become because you realize this isn't a perception thing the dress or yanni or laurel right. It's meth so there's a right onto here a wrong onset. You've got eight divided by two. That's four and then parentheses two plus. Two is four and ford divided by waste your time you never know johnson you salons so we'll know the answer and i know some people right now like who cares man who cares. Why do we need these equations in daily life. We never use this stuff in real life well. That's where you're wrong. You need to know this kind of stuff. You use it in the real world like every time you eat a restaurant with a bunch of friends. There's always a fight when you have to split the bill but but not if you know the math you see you'll be the bill is one fifty and there's eight of us but in parentheses you ate all the nachos with extra cheese so you oh sixteen and i o one all right. Let's move on from division to multiplication because you know how it feels like. A traffic has gotten a lot worse over the past few years well now. We know who to blame buber and lift. Our admitting cities have been saying about them for years. They make traffic a lot worse. Study commissioned by both companies looked at six major cities uber and lift accounted for more than ten percent of what they call vehicle. Oh miles in some areas and one third of those miles came without a passenger now one study in san francisco found uber and lift may have caused traffic to double doble during a two year period. That's right in some cities. There are so many uber and lift cars on the road now that it's caused traffic ethic to double partly because so many cars drive around empty and partly because they go around the block four times even though i put in the exact zac address why is it so hard to find an address fedex can find my address. Domino's can find my address. My illegitimate child found mar dressed rest twice because he's persistent like his father whoever that may be but somehow he always gets lost and honestly. I don't know how we're gonna fix assisting right because traffic is becoming a problem right but at the same time we all use these uber's to get places but because of uber this extra traffic so we kinda get places then we're gonna relief work which was we'll get fired which we have to get a job as an uber driver making the traffic never ends now has said that you're trying to alleviate traffic eric. They invented uberpool right so we'll join together and now they've said that they're going to step further. They've got another new service for nearby. Destinations called yuba stride. See what you do is you put the address address into your phone and then just walked lazy piece of shit walk. We do all the time we could just walk the and then afterwards you can rate yourself to start. I talk too much all right moving on police in america call learning every day at some of the practices they consider normal. I'm not exactly great when dealing with other human beings and this story out of texas is just the latest example next tonight outrage over a pair of widely viewed photos of mounted police officers leading man down the street with a rope after arresting him in galveston texas authorities say police police vehicle was not available at the time galveston's african american police chief apologized to neely and call the incident and unnecessary embarrassment adding this is a train free technique and best practice in some scenarios but that the officer showed poor judgment in this instance put judgments. Oh and poor judgment is an understatement. If you're doing something in two thousand nineteen that could also be a scene from django unchained. You should probably think again and also why american police on horseback. What does this eighteen sixty five. What is this 'cause. You realize there's no good way to arrest someone when you're riding a horse right with the leading by the rope where you're thrown over the back. It's always going to look look racist. It's actually the least complicated equation cops plus black person plus multiplied by horse qu'ils racism. That's all it is. It's always gonna be the if you absolutely have to arrest someone with the horse and you don't want it to be racist. The only way you can do that put the person behind you just having them. Hold you romantic. That should be best. Practice is like you have the right to remain silent. No you who have the right to remain silent all right. That's the headlines. Let's move on to our top story. The with america's still reeling from the double mass shootings over the weekend president trump today met with survivors and first responders in both cities still recovering from the tragedies dayton ohio and el paso texas before he left the president answered questions agents about how he plans to deal with guns and the threats of white supremacy in the united states. I think there's a great appetite to do something with regard to making sure that mentally unstable seriously ill people are carrying guns and i am concerned about the rise of any group of hey. I don't like it any group of hate. I whether it's wight supremacy whether it's any other kinds of supremacy i am very concerned about it and i'll do something or any other kind of supremacy what other kinds of remedy is trump concerned about. That's right we're under threat from white supremacy and the bourne supremacy very confusing plot the shelton. You know you don't have find interesting about donald trump. I don't think he's ever wanted t you should but also have you noticed how he seems to go out of his way not to single out white supremacists. He really goes out of his way after charlottesville. He was like well technically. Everyone was being violent. It wasn't just them and now he's saying he's against white supremacy and other supremacy. He's even though the f._b._i. Specifically one americans about white supremacy. He just doesn't want to single them out which is not very comforting. You know it's like if you go for us baby. Do you love me and your response was i love. I love everyone. I love you. I love i love my mom. I love i love people. I love our mailmen grabbed abc so i'm gonna make you feel good so from what we've seen so far. It doesn't look like trump is willing to take the lead in pushing for gun regulation or combating white supremacy which is why the democratic presidential candidates are using this opportunity to show that they can lead so. Let's catch up on everything dem related in installments of world war. Ah in the days following some of america's deadliest mass shootings the democrats have all come out saying why they think they would each be the best leader to stop gun violence but even though they disagree on who it should be eh one thing they can all agree on is that one person who definitely shouldn't be in the white house is very clear that this kind of hate is being legitimized from on high. Why donald trump is responsible for this. He's responsible because he is stoking fears and hatred and bigotry he has bases aces entire political career on fanning the flames of bigotry and division and hate what he has got to understand is that when you have the language that is racist. There are mentally unstable. People in this country who see that as a sign to do to terrible terrible thinks we're living through a rare moment this nation's history where our president has more in common with george wallace and he does with george washington whoa that's not fair. Donald trump has lots in common with george washington. They both had major beefs with the u._k. <hes> they both by their wigs from the same place washington chop down a cherry tree. I'm pretty sure trump also hates fruits lots of similarities this but beyond blaming trump the democrats have released a series of proposals for how they would stop guns from getting into the hands of white supremacists or people who are just just deranged and many of their proposals similar you know things like universal background checks closing loopholes and replacing bullets with little flags that say bang but because he's the front runner is have been joe biden and it didn't get off to a great start because while people were still mocking trump for consoling victims in toledo instead of dayton joe biden hadn't came out in one up trump by messing up both cities offering his sympathies to houston and michigan. Yeah i feel like at this rate. The debates are just going to end up with both with men wandering out in their bathrobes. Totally confused just be like. Are you my grandson. I thought you were my grandson sir. This was about tax cuts so after that gaff biden had to make immense which is why he went to step further background checks and an interview with edison kupa proposed this joe biden has come out for a very large federal gun buyback program and an assault weapons ban gun owners out there who say well by administration means. They're going to come from gun bingo. Go you're right. If you have an assault weapon. The fact of the matter is they should be illegal period. That's a bold statement normally democrats when they asked the question they like. It's not a bad and we're not going to come for the guns. We don't want him in an abundance like bingo a sierra at midnight so the democrats are coming off the trump. They're also planning to come off the guns and you you can tell they're fired up about these issues because they're cussing like all the kids have gone to bed. Republicans need that quite frankly. Get their shit together and stop pandering to so the n._r._a. Because people are getting killed senator cory booker quote in such bullshit soup of ineffective words. This is so we mitch mcconnell needs to get off his ass and do something people are getting killed on the streets in america. Nobody's acting nobody. Is there anything in your mind that the president can do now to make this. What do you think <hes> you know. He's been saying he's he's been calling mexican immigrants rapists and criminals. I don't know like members. The press what these democrats hope. These guys are raising a lot of campaign funds because they a lot of money to this wedge. I mean we got the f. Bombs got shits asses even a bullshit. Oh shit soup from cory booker and by the way corey. There's already a name bullshit soup. It's called gazpacho yeah. How are you going to call yourself a soup sup- if you're not even warm that's the main thing because spothero isn't a soup. It's a tomato smoothie. That's what it is but you want to eat tomatoes fine but you gotta chew like the rest of us. That's soup was is bullshit. Sorry i digress. The point is i can see why these democrats are frustrated. I can see why they cursing because thanks to mass shootings. Shootings americans are living in a state of terror and lawmakers. Don't seem to want to get anything done so clearly america's long overdue a serious conversation about guns and when that's done i'm coming for you. Spot you see u._s. Midnight we'll be right back. Studying standardized test doesn't have to be stressful boring or expensive offensive magoo's online test prep provides students everywhere with effective accessible and enjoyable test prep for exams gre jeanette. L. sat mcat yet and s._a._t. At magoo dot com you'll find tons of practice questions study schedules video lessons and access to an expert tutor team if you need extra for help if you're retaking a test magoo offers a score improvement guarantee if you don't improve you'll get your money back. Study materials are always up to date and super super relevant to the questions. You'll see on the actual tests students who've used magoo's love it one student who used to improve g. mat verbal score by six points says mike quad skills were already good but i needed to improve my verbal score. The question sets and explanations are amazing visit magoo's dot com and enter the promo code trevor never for a fifty percent off discount. That's m. a. g. o. s. h. dot com promo code trevor for fifteen percent off it back to the daily show. My guest tonight is a democrat from colorado who serves in the senate and and his running for president of the united states. Please welcome senator michael bennett. Welcome to the show thank you. It's great to be here. It is wonderful to have you here because you one of my favorite people to watch the debate for two the reasons one you sound like mr mackey to me and to you'll policies are progressive and you think about kids you you you have this idea of america that is that is really attractive to many people and that's what i wanted to start the conversation in and around a lot of people may know u._s. Someone who's on the edge of a debate stage. You know a lot of people do they do but when it comes to policy and in the senate and in running and writing laws for this country many people regard you as a senatorial rockstar. Why do you think that is. Maybe this lows. It is i i i like i think that's the reason it's because i believe fundamentally mentally. All of us have been sent there to make progress. We have to make progress as my friend lamar alexander. Who's a republican says. If you just want to stick to your opinion you might suppose stay home and be on the radio. There's no reason to come to the national legislature to do the work and i and i have been able to do some things things. You know we re rewrote the elementary secondary school. Nobody knows about that but we got rid of. No child left behind. I've written bills that have that have dramatically changed the way the the f._d._a. Approved drugs hundred forty new drugs approved as a result in two thousand thirteen with john mccain and some others. I wrote the immigration bill that donald trump seems to have completely forgotten that passed the senate with sixty eight votes and if we could just get back to that work we could address the problem instead of trying to build an ineffective medieval wall of laws. These laws that you spoke about are genuinely monumental on you mental moments in american history you know reforming immigration as a giant thing changing education has so many you know speed bumps in the way. How do you begin to write laws with people who are on the other side of the because there are many republicans who go senator bennett is a phenomenal person to work with and he knows how to write great great laws. What do you think the secret is. Then i think the secret is starting with the people at home and trying to align their priorities to the priorities in washington and reminding mining people in washington that those are the priorities not the stuff on the cable television at night the american art approval rating in the senate. I take no pleasure is nine percent and i used to walk through the airport in denver. When i got off the airplane wanting a paper bag over my head because i was so embarrassed by the nine percent approval rating that we have and wondering why in the world anybody would want to work in a place where the nine percent approval rating and there's an answer to that which is if you think you've been sent there to to dismantle the federal government as the freedom caucus and others have that nine percent approval rating su. If you actually wanna do stuff for the american people this exercise self government which is our exercise and self government not the politicians people in this audience has to work and so you look at something like that immigration bill where eight eight of us sat and room for seven months <hes> responding to each other's political needs and it worked and if we just did the work the way those eight people apple did the work. We'd have a seventy five percent approval rating not a nine percent approval rating but more important than that we'd be governing this country again which is what we have to find a way to do. One of your breakthrough moments in this run undoubtedly was was a tweet that you recently sent out <hes> that made waves and we'll we'll. We'll put it up here in the tweet. You say if you elect me president our promise. You won't have to think about me for two weeks at a time. I'll do my job watching north korea and ending the street will so you can go back to raising your kids and of your lives the pitch basically what you're saying is vote for me because i'll be boring and get the job done and and it is a job. It's the most important job in the world and we've got a reality t._v. Store in the job and he's and that's no good but he's happy to play that part every single day and i think the american people would feel liberated if they could get up in the morning not wondering who the president of the united states was attacking by his tweets not wondering who the present the united states was trying to divide but knowing that we had a president who is trying to unite our country and who actually was doing his job which is important the if everything went away and you found yourself in the white house you would now have what many considered the unenviable tusk of working with the senate that may or may not be you still including mitch. Mcconnell is running the show now you know why he can't do any of the gun stuff because he's so busy trying to keep russia from attacking or democracy. I think that's that's on that sarcasm but but but i it's no secret mitch mcconnell mcconnell has been extremely effective in a blocking many laws from being passed the next president who could be a democrat would still maybe have to work with mitch mcconnell. If you look at the senate the way it is now. How would you begin that because he's still gonna be there. Mccaw blocking things. So what would your plan be by the way i had to sign a release for my daughter who's fifteen to be heard tonight and now i know why the but the swearing democrats democrats me look. Here's i want to be very clear about this and everybody needs to understand this. We were broken before donald trump arrive. That's one of the reasons he was sent there and they didn't let rock obama get anything thing done. In the legislature the congress for the last six years he was there. We have to fix that problem and i would never say that we should be as malevolent or as cynical as mitch mcconnell connell is he is the most malevolent and cynical person in washington but we do need to be a strategic as he is and we have not been strategic because he's is. He's been over the last ten years so i think we gotta take this agenda to the country. You gotta go to places where you the president may never win thirty percent of the vote uh-huh or twenty or twenty five percent vote but you're there to say this is why we gotta get universal healthcare done. This is why we gotta get background. Checks on this is why we gotta deal with climate and i think that will make a difference. We got to make some reforms to ideally we'd end political gerrymandering in this country right i i i would do something to overcome citizens united and i've had a bill for ten years years which for a long time i couldn't get anybody to support but it it said that if you've had the privilege of serving as a member of the house and serving as a member of the senate you should accept the lifetime ban on ever becoming a lobbyist in washington d._c. Over half the people that leave the congress and don't retire become lobbyists in washington d._c. It sends a terrible message which creates cynicism which feeds into the folks that don't want to get anything done. Washington tin will not fix itself. Mitch mcconnell will not fix himself. It is something that the country is gonna have to come together in a unified way to overcome. I'm a broken washington and if that sounds hard to do it's no harder than the work. The generations of other americans have done to try to perfect the democracy that we're living winging as you said the other day it's totally true what we are about is trying and that's what we have to keep doing. We have no right to expect it will be easy. It's never been easy to make this country more democratic more fair more free. It's always been hard. Our job is going to be hard but it's going to involve every single one of us. You know it's the opposite of a president who says i alone can fix let me ask you this. In in the debates it was definitely a moments where the crowd resonated with a message that you who had and that was. I think it was twofold. One part of it was was in and around what you just said now coming together and fighting towards something as opposed to against each other <hes> but what was really interesting and important was you spoke about how you didn't want the democrats to use some of the tactics donald trump in over promising and under delivering your you know you had more practical measures that you were pitching on on on that stage for instance you said with healthcare you you still think there should it'd be a private option. You said with healthcare should be fixed but the work that democrats could do to give people a choice. It seems like you a more pragmatic. Some people have labeled you as more centrist interest but you've said that this is more about promising things that are deliverable. Is that what you think. Voters want versus. What donald trump didn't said ban. All muslims uh-huh build a wall bomb the shit out of them. Just make it as big as possible. Why do you think that sounds so many voters. You also is gonna give us really cheap universal healthcare that you're really gonna like nick but he hasn't done that either. Look i am pragmatic in the sense that i believe that everyone's job is to make progress and i also i believe in the older i get. I believe even more. I don't think i have a monopoly on wisdom. I think that people in a republic like this have are entitled to have disagreements disagreements and i'm not entitled to believe that everybody's going to agree with my point of view which means that i have to contend with people all the time that don't see the world the way that i do do and it's out of disagreement that we can burnish more imaginative and more durable solutions than than if we came up on the ideas on our own i mean that's not the point of being an american. The point of being an american is working together to make more exciting and imaginative outcomes the worst decisions decisions i make in my i don't know about you but the worst ones i make or when i'm sitting alone in my house and not consulting anybody on the ice cream happens yeah exactly ah hin with exactly what you're talking about yeah and that's and instead if i'm with people who say maybe you shouldn't eat another gallon of ice uh-huh then i'm less likely to do it definitely and that's what our democracy should really be like as well and it shouldn't be shameful that we have different ideas. What's shameful is that we don't make progress on these ideas. I don't view that as being monitored. I view that as as being pragmatic and understanding that the kids that i used to work worked for when i was superintendent of denver public schools you know a large urban district in this country have no time for this ideological battle that we're having. They can't fix their their own schools. They can't fix our immigration problem. They can't deliver universal healthcare. They're too busy doing their work to study and get to a position position where they can play a role in the democracy. They're counting on us to figure out how to resolve these disagreements and begin to solve these problems to the american people we if perfected the craft in our national politics of getting nothing done and blame the other side. We are excellent that we don't need another ten years of that being on the show some of the michael bender everybody it. I guess tonight is an emmy nominated actor writer and director who co created and stars in the critically acclaimed netflix series series russian doll these welcome natasha lee all welcome to the daily show. Thank you sir let me start with the most important thing congratulations not just on the thirteen nominations for the show but the three that you have received personally emmy. You know a pretty big deal yeah. It's good also because it's a number i like. They're not going to get six hundred sixty six. That's six six six you on thirteen. You want the thirteen yeah. It feels like it's a show about bad luck that is turning into good luck for you on the show russian. Doll you know swept everybody. I remember everyone seems to have your dog and then everyone would spoil it for me but telling me to watch it but they're not going to be. It's about this person and she dies every day but i'm gonna tell you but she does as she comes back in like the show really connect with people even though it stock and then sometimes it's funny and then sometimes it's really dramatic and said why do you think people love the show this much well first of all i mean it's overwhelming because you work so hard and just the idea that i so meticulously constructing acting and writing it and trying to easter egg it everywhere. The idea that people are seeing that is huge. It's a revolutionary and a creator. You know if feels was a very warm nice thing and yet we're in a crazy time you know in this country tree and i think that you know we really tried to tell the truth the best way we could and to talk about big ideas and sort of of <hes> the heart of the matter and so i think <hes> you know maybe that that's sort of accounts for some of the response to it is that we're hungry for that kind of storytelling in this moment. It is interesting how your character travels through this journey where you know in the first episode i remember watching and she's very just like whatever's happening. Winningest fishing move yeah. It's very like you know and then and then it becomes like you know at first frustration and then it becomes like a deeper search search communing. You know what we all have as human beings yeah. I feel like that's what i've watched. You do as a fan of yours in life genuinely because i i remember like i fell in love with your acting in american pie. That's when i i found that was my big big time humor acting the just like the way you you you you come across on camera and what's changing roles. You still have that humor. You still have that charisma but like everything that you touch touch seems to have a deeper meaning. You know you have that russian. Doll in orange is the new black talks about such big ideas addiction. You know belonging you know like the way we treat the people who are in prison being a woman you know. Do you feel your life translating into your work or do you think your work is affecting your life first of all. I'm very flattered and humbled by that question. <hes> thank you <hes>. I do think that there's i've always had sort of philosophical leanings. The reason i deeply admire jan gies work and the opportunity to do orange oranges new black and <hes> getting to direct there as well. I mean it's been really <hes> sort of all the things that i care about but they sort of i guess yes. I'm just getting older like the morning of the those emmy nominations came in and i was reading a book to try to distract myself and as soon as like a text message pitch came through with a good news. I felt my eyes a little fuzzy like my body relaxing said get some bifocals take it. The war is over lean into aging. Go with brains good luck so i don't know you just miss it. I think everybody gets older older but not everybody gets wiser and that's what you've done. The show is amazing. You're acting as amazing. I'm excited to see what else you gonna create. Thank you so much. The new black and russian doll are available on netflix right now. Especially on everybody daily cover no ears addition watson availa show weeknights at eleven ten central on comedy central and the comedy central watch full episodes and a._m. 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House speaker Lord Allan Velasco balak ikudeta

Guerrilla Podcast Syndicate

11:42 min | 2 months ago

House speaker Lord Allan Velasco balak ikudeta

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Monitor Show 00:00 07-26-2020 00:00

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:42 min | 6 months ago

Monitor Show 00:00 07-26-2020 00:00

"So fast of Bloomberg BusinessWeek Every Business Day, market sell. That's spreading around the globe Bloomberg BusinessWeek podcasts were Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Let's see the Bloomberg BusinessWeek. Bite at Carol, Magoo's breaking Global Business Finance Intech News along with smart analysis. We know the Fed is going to be sure and steady. A Bloomberg BusinessWeek podcast has great great scoop on the Terminal Listen Today on Bloombergradio Dot, com, the Bloomberg business APP, or subscribe on Apple Podcasts, the world twenty four hours a day at Bloomberg Dot Com on the Bloomberg. Business APP and Bloombergradio take. This is Bloomberg radio. This is Bloomberg. Daybreak laced our top stories this morning. Global Coronavirus Cases Near Sixteen million with Florida passing New York and it's number of infections. Meanwhile, the U. K. remove Spain from its list of safe travel countries as cases search. US China tensions continue to simmer with Beijing slamming what it calls the forceful through consulate. Bows to respond as necessary. The Commercial Bank of Qatar Posts and eight point two percent gain I happened in operating income. We speak to the CEO JOSF Eoghan this hour. An media across the emerets rather in the emerets. This is Bloomberg daybreak, but at least I'm using dean to by quite a bit of risk aversion coming to the surface as we close in too late Friday. This is the state of play equities dropping for a second day. You've got the rising, US China.

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Monitor Show 13:00 07-21-2020 13:00

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:42 min | 6 months ago

Monitor Show 13:00 07-21-2020 13:00

"So fast of Bloomberg BusinessWeek Every Business Day market sell. That's spreading around the globe Bloomberg BusinessWeek podcasts were Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Let's see the Bloomberg BusinessWeek bite. At Carol Magoo's breaking Global Business Finance Intech News along with smart analysis. We know the Fed is going to be sure and steady. A Bloomberg BusinessWeek podcast has great great scoop on the terminal listen. Today on Bloombergradio Dot, com, the Bloomberg business APP or subscribe on Apple Gaffes. Twenty four hours a day at Bloomberg Dot Com on the Bloomberg, business, APP and Bloomberg. Quick take this is Bloomberg radio? Bloomberg World Headquarters I'm Charlie Pelletan vicks Tuesday stocks higher for a third days, though the surgeon Mega Cap Technology shares is wobbling on speculation, Congress will agree to a fresh relief package. The euro rose to the strongest versus the dollar since two thousand nineteen after European. Leaders clinched a rescue. Deal right now we have got the Dow Jones industrial average surging three hundred fifteen points up one point, two percent S. and P., five hundred index up eighteen. That is a gain of six tenths of one percent. Percent Nasdaq though retreating down forty-one points a drop. Their four tenths of one percent. The year to date gain for the five hundred index is now one point two percent. Nasdaq is nineteen point five percents tenure up a three thirty seconds the yield right now point five nine percent, so the S. and P. now trading at the highest since late February corporate earnings and vaccine news boosting sentiment, four shares are advancing for everyone that fell IBM sheriff are jumping after sales topped estimates right now.

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Run Rich Run

Ripper Magoos with Bob Menery

1:01:56 hr | 11 months ago

Run Rich Run

"Abbas showed twenty-one welcoming everybody Bob Memory here. Timmy and Lara will be joining us in just a moment exciting news. Potentially we might have our own fucking race car at the race. That's happening in Fontana in Los Angeles. I'm working out the kinks of the deal thing here but basically ripper. Magoo's might be injuring the NASCAR world. I've never been to a NASCAR race before in my life but obviously it's fast adrenaline is pumping and it's wild and the fans are crazy but Yes so We're going to be hopefully knowing the details behind the NAS. Car Car very shortly. Stay with us through our social media at Bob Instagram Bob. Memory twitter and All the rest of the above Tyson fury deontay wilder the fight was I. Didn't I mean I bet deontay wilder so I wasn't too happy I can't fucking win and bedding anymore. It's ridiculous the day while they're got the shit kicked out of them. Tyson fury has way with them. Beat the fuck out of every which way pop them late in? The fight was stopped. Obviously while there I thought they try to stop the fight a little premature but I guess while there was pretty dazed so rightfully so but Tyson fury wins the fight we have the NFL COMBINE. That is going on right now man checks. I saw chase young this weekend and he chases not doing. Nfl Combine so. We'll talk to rich Eisen. Who is our guest today on the show and We'll be talking about all different things. That's about it episode. Twenty-one it begins right now gotta be kidding me. That guy shocks chat feel faulkner. Patriarch all righty episode Erin Episode. Twenty-one Lucky number twenty one survived this long ear day I don't call me your thirteen or twelve. No drinking body feels great. Great I yeah actually. It's amazing what it does when you don't drink how many patients gain. Yeah right now for probably honestly probably like thirty ro thirty thirty in a row. That sounds hard. Isn't a polygraph test about the drinking. Yeah I have to at the end. I have to take a lie detector test at the end for again once again. Fifty thousand dollars per cent Jews. Charity on line. I love. I broke up. Maybe twenty thousand Saint Jude's twenty-five something else but and then also we have McCaffrey bed. We have the coachella bed in line and One of the stipulations is. I have to take a lie detector test at the end. Let's McCaffrey McCaffrey. Bet is if I don't drink for sixty days. He has to mention me. And I think that's right three to six interviews in the NFL season. And if I do drink and I fucked this up to one of those spinning machines that he does for training at like spins you round like you're training for fucking delayed. The Moon like spinning around and I have to go in hammered. Basically like blind that for I've heard of that I asked him. I think it's like I don't know I can't don't quote me but I think it's like I don't know your equilibrium and you can concentrate on catching the ball as you're getting hit that's incredible more than likely Did you guys hear the news by the way new big news? We might have fucking race car this this weekend. I'm so excited shift. Got Magic Happens Gab. I think one of the racers hit me up and said hey we should do something with with river Magoo's and NASCAR and we've been talking NASCAR for a little bit. We haven't been able to figure out how to do it and so ended up just getting this car from David Star. Who's going to be driving it if this all goes well. Yeah we just looked at the cards posted on her instagram. It looks pretty good and hopefully will have points bed back a little bit because we need a little money behind this to you. Know points bed. B-dubs all our research. Actually Buffalo Wild Wings is out. I fucked with their Roy too much. They're not happy so they're out of the Sponsoring yesterday now now. We're getting ready for March madness campaign. Though by the way. Timmy and you. I need you involved heavily for March Matt as long as well. Lots of gambling action accident. That's when like me and you might hit rock bottom wait. Is this on the Galleon show? It's going to make a comeback. Finally I've been waiting. We do have to make a comeback suck unless he he's there like he has to be there to film it if I fill it and send it to him. It's never right now but I usually have my picks by seven. Am You were hot gambling? Show started you're fucking razor to you. Were dialed in. You're like fourteen and two in the NBA season when we started shoveling the NBA. And then you as Oh and three hundred and five thousand. People lost their houses and their lives. Just didn't want to be responsible for anyways. Fury Wilder fight. Was this weekend. Gentlemen Lady do you watch. I did watch it and I loved it. I didn't even know how big fury was. This is my first time. I saw them fight. I've seen wilder fight before but furious. Big Man we you snuggled up next to your date watching it and my and my remained her boyfriend from us saying you're a single. No I mean we got a couple a couple of games read those later ones. We should read the Bedouin fans. I appreciate all of them. I read all of them so she waited read. What's in the DM segment learn? How do phone in here? I know but they were snuck at Eggplant Emoji fire overlords. Dm Box hey free peaches. Whatever that represented the Jonah Pizzas Butt? So they have eggplant next clue you drinking a coffee and Soda Americano with Diet Coke. Can you explain what the reasoning is behind drinking in combining Massive amounts of cocaine into one? Excuse me caffeine massive amounts of caffeine into China match your energy but it's not that bad coffee cuts into the soda. It's it's very watered-down. Black Licorice did this week. Real quick when I did this week as I went to. Tim's party that he told Me Angelina. Jolie Tom Hanks. Leonardo di Caprio is going to be at little. I know ten minutes later. I'M GONNA fucking Jim with nine people. Temporal you bobby. The worst party of all fuck you were there for five five to five twenty five and it was because I was afraid I decided for a Jim knew what the fun it was fun. You're like Dan Tana's catering in meatballs local but and I stuck around for the food and cocktail pocket a few meatballs doors so back to the wilder fury fight dude. I'm convinced I don't know. Is it fixed? It looked like wilder was even fucking try. They already have the next set up. They aren't the trilogy. Yeah I already called it out. There's so much money in that shit. You wonder you know you wonder if it's like I just think wh yeah. Tyson diced. Kill him again. What's going to change? I mean wilder did put on weight which probably affected his stamina. And maybe he's balance. Whatever he's like thirty pounds overweight really see like they stopped me not put it on the muscle but it's tough when they stopped the fight though. It didn't seem like he was that bad bleeding out of his ears. Yeah I know guess what does see those guys fuck and hang in there. There was just like a little shaky. I was like disappointed. I'm like fucking knocked out if it's going to be like. He was pissed at as team but he was rocked. Do the way they stopped the fight. He was still on his feet like what they stopped at very fucking early. I forget whose who granted? He went. Sorry he was getting. The Shit has Iraq. But somebody told me in the UFC. And I don't remember it. Was that getting knocked out. Like you ever see a guy just get rocked in. Ufc knocked out. That's it that is less damaging than going. Rounds and getting pulverized over and over again. Your brains is getting rattled round after round. That's why you gotta throw in the towel. He couldn't even defend himself. He was getting rocked. They look like he was there. Yeah so you're you're just trying to protect the fighter too so he doesn't have like permanent damage but he was fucking rock to. I guess that place was rocking though. I mean that they did a good job on that fight. They sure did and the other thing is that they didn't say Tyson Fury. Hit it with some fucking huge body shots. That's how he was flopping around he had no wind he was just like they have stopped that fight. How big is very 'cause welded a big man person? That's what was the greatest heavyweight fight. The best we've seen in a while. And he just came back he was like what was his background story. He was just on riches. Show right. No fucking clue as background Alabama. He did we shop billions together. Rich deontay meat. We're all in billions one episode degrading performance on on billion great. My reforms from one to ten one being awful. Yeah it was fucking ten minus one funny story. We'll get the real story from rich episode twenty one and I am joined here. Obviously Lauren and Tim Butts Rich. I'm going to say you're one of my favorite people out there. I appreciate that By far rich and I go way back and I know he's told the story so many times we did it on your show because I was just on the rich. Eisen show you were. I was the only got beg to be on the rich Eisen. Say No no no. No I mean we. We met on the set of billions to January's ago. Yes and it was maybe little bit after lunch where you finally just went for. It said I gotta come on your show. You GotTa have me on your show. 'cause I'M GONNA have my own show soon you can come on that one right That was when you just instagram'd out something with me on your Feed the feed. I got the I got the stories so you didn't get the feet got the stories but now you're getting the title. I look Bob. I know you're very. You're very proprietary about your feed your stories. I mean this is a brand brand. You've got all my one's easy. Got All sorts of shift that you do the baby ones. These are selling right now. I know that but you know my I got. I got thousands of INSTAGRAM FOLLOWERS. On the spot. Just because you put average is out there which is a a very passive way of me mentioning my feed right now or right right fourth overhead Regina Hotel Rich Eisen show. I mean whatever or rich Eisen. What kind of all the same way so no. It wasn't even the full half day before you started saying you should come on and I'm like absolutely should. It took a little while for us to figure it out. Yeah I think our relationship is progress. I think we've got because we did a little golf too. We did that so let's Wendy. Wendy we vacation together. I know that's coming. That's coming out of this show. We're almost at that point. Snuggle up good. I think I think we live very I found out. I'm not gonNA say what's The progression. I mean it's meet Yup. It's hang up golf. Yep appear on each other's shows yeah vacation together. Yup spooning. Yes that comes down. The spooning happen and the bus stops show under the table. But it's it's funny because I did ask I. I wish I had a photograph of the look on your face when I asked you. What ripper Magoo's meant? What does that mean? Do Your homework right. Yeah it's well. Here's this means if you're picking up something mayor you're talking to a twelve year. Old Kid means do your homework. If you're talking about eighteen year old kid it means you can go get. It has different meanings but it does not mean what you google. It adds to urban dictionary and get that meaning off because it's disrupting things big time. I didn't anticipate disrobe. Disrobing things. Like for instance we We we just got a NASCAR RACE card that we're doing for Magoo's this Saturday at the race track. I have my own car. David Star. Don't really know too much about him. But I mean what are chance I got a chance to get a RACECAR NASCAR and I was like fuck of titties. Driving thing you make left turns to horse racing. I do no left turns I met. I want to go back to this. The episode impression of this man Alan and okay so I WANNA know. Be Very honest so I walked in with you steep amyot church Deontay wilder well And I think that was about it. We all came over from the hotel that we were kind of station down the street from this remarkable spot that they took over for the day for the boxing match that you and I were calling and I walked in and there were some young kids of the producer of David. Levine's there one of one of the creators and producers and writers of the show and normally in my existence. Those are the kids that would come up to me and talk to me. You know about football or sports in some way shape or form but they went straight to Bob. They wanted to and I'll be very honest with you. I'll be very honest with you. I even called my wife later that day and told her my first thought was what the fuck is that did not down. No swearing either on my show. You can swear I love I know I. I'm aware of the rules of the road rules. You had to write it down on the swearing seriously so honestly. That's what I thought. And then I fast learned your vast reach into the worlds of of. I guess totally undermining the youth of America by degrading their mindset on how to watch sports and how to take in your sports on on instagram on various forms of media. And that's so. I took that all in. I watched Bob riff his lines. Oh that aids a little more attention. We're talking about this earlier. We said we grade you on your acting performance. Tv shows strange. I have I have played myself and I said those words have portrayed myself and many different ways they get residual checks that opened on my show from. Csi MIAMI FOR LIKE. Go Look at me in front of you right there right there. Yeah I get all that stuff gets it. You know you add it up and I could. You know maybe by these three waters in front of me or something like that. Those Checks Arcata. Spoil sometimes take ten. You gave yourself away. I gave myself a one. Okay I show now acting performance while I was sober. You're sober. I was fucking lit up before they showed up like a professional courts in adult rich was like a drink during lunch. But that's about it on you think. Force the drink. No no no. I have my own house like rich cooler. You gotta drink at lunch the night before though I I told him I see on his show and told people that obviously I had gone out in bed. It was like the movie flight. Like we need to deciding whether or not to fucking go out or not and finally I'm like fuck it when dad night til like four in the morning and showed up at their call was like very like six thirty. So rich gets their enriches so buttoned up professional. Because you're amazing at what you do. And he's like so Baba by rich Eisen impression by the way it's a good thing so bob. How do you WANNA play this? Do you WANNA play this in my eyes rolling the back of my head my like smell it did. It did dawn upon me that it was a wasted question. Yeah no but they also had an idea of what you do for a living. How you they wanted you to bring that and some of the things that came out of your mouth I knew for sure would not gonNa make it on showtime even with the you know the rating that you might have happened billions. I worked blue and I was so upset. They didn't use the lines that I know they didn't put in. The boxing was so bad that they should call this raging bull shit which I thought was a great line even came up to his in the middle of a break saying that. That was great. Yeah and then. He didn't use it. They went behind these latest licensing problem. Because you reference to the movie could be that you know you never know that registered Jimmy. I didn't think about believe it or not. You're you're red tape. Tom Red tape. Hollywood act drew a comedic actor. All the commercials you did. You did a courtyard committed. Yeah we were we were USC. The nosebleed section. And I believe your line was I think I can see Canada from here. I had my scene stealer Mexico so we have been in a commercial before everybody in this room. You don't even know when we doing. Well she she's a former Olympian Soccer player shoot former Libyan soccer player. I'm well aware on good good research. I don't know how to say. Who Do you think's better actor remember? Scratch so I work with a lot of people in the rafters coliseum plug it. We have drinking problems. We got support our bad habits. It's time for a commercial break. Okay this is a thirty second commercial and I'm going to throw a lot of numbers at you but please stay with me and just fifteen minutes. You could save fifteen percent or more in your car insurance. This company has been offering great rates in great service for over seventy five years. And anytime you need help. You can speak to one of their trained specialist. Twenty four seven. The company is GEICO. Go to GEICO DOT COM today. Sorry for all the numbers in five four. Three two one. I'm out of time. Geico DOT COM. Where you at the fight? The wilder fury I was. You're not dude Bob. Yeah retail something. One day when you settle down and I think you will one day bomb because how many days are you sober now. I'm on day number. I think is twelve or thirteen. Thank you go well. Here's he'll since I started the bet I have not dranked. Put THE BET so. I just have to look on Instagram at the date. Is I think it's day thirteen today. Congratulations thank your your sobriety. He's been Bar Mitzvah today exactly myself. It's a very today. Sobriety is a man in the eyes of the Jewish Lore. Congratulations thank you sir. I have an eleven year old. Oh I do I have a nine year old boy and I have a six year old daughter. I am not flying off to Las Vegas Nevada to go see a fight no matter how great the fighters got the combine coming up this week at just wasn't happening. My life is not my own is what I'm saying. I've got three narcissists at home. I what I'm sorry. They had dogs. I've got a wife. I've got a great life. I'm very happy. But they're they just suck the life out of those big. Sometimes you gotta take back. But she they want. I can't even think about fucking busy. How the Rich Eisen show? How many hours a week do you put into that fifteen? It's three hours live every every day. You know. Two hundred twenty shows a year. Two hundred forty shows a year right and that's on. Why well how did they watch the Rich Eisen show? It's on a well it's interesting you say that it's leaving audience channel tomorrow no way. I'm in search of a new television partner. Right now is to make phone calls spending plate. I've thought about maybe ripper Magoo. Networks is a potential place. Here you want to get rich whatever you want to skew younger. I'll just say this because I love you and I'll just come straight out. You can't afford me all right. I'll tell you later I'll see you out of four like I do like this ruin that I I do. Love the spy coli. You know portrait that you've got through the window here Kevin Connolly's a grandfather Sean. From do you do not know. That's from the movie. I actually keep staring so very big painting of I. Guess now I just realized Sean Penn from what is it fast times at Ridgemont high. That rather fucker forever and I was like I thought it was Kevin Colleagues grandfather. No no not is that is actually a blind that is sean vets. How Sean Penn's career you know became into full bloom basically. That's that you need to see that. That was probably saying how old I was born in. Eighty seven was like no you. You might have been like five or six six eight and pretty much pretty much the age of people who just begin to follow you on instagram virgin years. Totally listen to our stuff. Hell no come on the cool kids they do. Oh good Lord knows all right so who you cheer for Wilder Fury. Because I know that you met wilder through uh Billions thing I guess assuming and Fury I just saw on your show on my show in June and I I gotTa Tell You. I've never seen I mean he. He was in our green room and I always like to go back to the green room to see people. Because whenever I've been on a talk show host comes in and you're gonNA be on live television with that person. It always calmed me down. Just just have a nice Chitchat. It's going to be all good. It's GonNa be all cool. Swedes going to go so I love going back to to just. Have you know a a little talk so? I went back Tyson them. So you know I. I go to reduce our producers and our bookers I say our guest here yes and I walked back going to green room and there's Tyson fury he stands up and he keeps going going going. I've I mean Holy Shit guys six nine and all of that and then he opened his mouth and all of his you know were there. And I didn't understand a word. He said it was like a Guy Ritchie Movie. Talking like lock stock and two smoking balancing. I've seen that movie my head acting like I did by the way you do a great job of that great hosting thank you. Thank you thank you this show. What twenty I think it's twenty one veteran maneuver exactly so so he just kept honestly. We chatted we talked. And I remember going back out to the stage on the floor and I just said everybody on my I just had a great chat with Tyson Fury. I do not understand what he said. All He's good at it and then he came out. Oh my God. Good interview is one of the most intense interviews we've ever done. And we just reposted a piece of it because he was very open about his battle with mental illness and mental health. And how He wanted to kill himself and how he stopped himself. And how he still battling with it and he was really wide open about it and as a host when you're sitting there and you're listening which is a crucial aspect of doing this. Bob And you're nodding your head is if you are listening to me. I'm still looking for Sean. I can't stop thinking about this either but I'm GonNa Press on just listening to him. I'm like Oh gosh. She's telling me that he tried to kill himself. And he's telling me about how serious this is and I asked him about it and we had a great shot and was about twenty some odd minutes long where we took like a five minute piece of it and and I decided the night you know he won re hit it on twitter just saying hey folks if you know somebody battling mental illness show this to them because youtube can be a champion one day and Man I think it's over three million views right now. We're really fired up about sharing this sort of stuff. Because you know what's sharing that he's not they're not because we talked about it. I mean you must have been around some of your colleagues in through a similar situation so it hits me home where I went through a deep depression and stuff like that. So that's fine. You can't tell nobody somebody will look at you the you would never know. No one ever knew my story in how I must minute suicide and everything like that. Yeah so this. Podcast just got exciting. I mean just saying it's very important because of concussions and stuff like that so I mean we're doing the ball hit you in the head that actually heading borrowed I have had my head cracked open. I hit the goalpost hidden heads. And Yeah so you sharing that I think is a big deal. It is because there's no crotch there's no cast you'd have no idea Tyson. Fury was so wide open about it but I did love deontay wilder to just two guys are just. I mean you know that's why the NFL so popular obviously in many different ways that you want to see action you WanNa see people hitting each other and these guys are so huge getting in the ring. I can't imagine so. That's why you know what you're hearing a you know while they're should've kept fighting You know or he wanted to keep fighting. It's like dudes getting his brains. Beaten in literally. Here is bleeding his bleeding from his mouth. This guy fury. I'm telling you man I've never seen somebody that big and the only guy that could equate to it that I've seen that big as like Jonathan Ogden. The longtime left tackle the Ravens. Who Just you look. He's just a mountainous and then how individual elusive is. I know like you go back in there and try and fight about Deonte Donte Walter apparently wanted to and I hope they fight again the That would be amazing. Did you think? Do you think boxing still ever to get fixed things fixing their. It looked like he was getting the shit kicked out of him. But at the end it looked like it was the end of the fight. It looked like it was. He wasn't really getting pummeled that badly and he was still on his feet when they stopped the fight. I think when they when he got hit in the head in the third row second rounding third round rocked. I think that literally left a mark and I think he might have had your drum perforated. Now you're talking about somebody might have been broken holy crap and he's four. I'm telling you I mean Tyson. Fury made like a fist We take pictures after interview. He made a fist and it was the size of my head. I've got a big CABEZA. Have you have you Ryan Garcia on your show yet? He's at one hundred zero. He's unbelievable you see him in a bar and you're just like you could take that. I had to Israel on a song. I'd Israel out of Sonya my show because I do like interviewing Eh May and you have see guys. I think they're really entertainers. They really know how to entertain. Obviously take a look at half of the fighters and me McGregor one but he came on and man. You should have him. Yeah a great guest. 'cause I mean that's another thing when you're listening? John Jones he wants. He's that's going to be one day they're gonNA fight each other and so I had all these quotes the John Jones said on Aerial Hawaii. Show about him so I said to him set him up by saying. Hey I wanna tell you all these things that John Jones said about you. Let's go one by one here because your name was in his mouth quite a bit Recent podcast and his response was my nuts are going to be next. And that's one of those were as a host. You're like when I think he just said you know he's dynamite. That is like a star in the making. I'd like to get him on man that's going to be. I'm going to have to rely on another in favor. I do. I love that guy. Yeah guys good you know. Rudd loves you too. Brother found that through that's awesome. I mean I've loved. He's one of my favorite guy. Says he called in the hour after you appeared? And he saw that you were on. Yeah and he texted me. He goes man. Men are his kid lounging. That's Jack I always like to ask this question with me when I started up this stuff and I'm still in the way beginning of my career in Europe. Fucking pro this thing Do you ever get nervous when you go and do these shows these when you do your own show you are so you're just dial. I did stand up comedy in college and that removed any nerves. It's the most notable thing like it. You didn't stand up. I couldn't do it. I was too scared it's impossible. It's I did it in college for three years. I opened for Tim Allen a couple times and when I was in Michigan we'd there was like a student Union and there was a comedy night every other Wednesday and I did it once a month for like three years and it's just taking it all away. The only time I got remotely close to that sort of nervousness Was I did a sportscenter? After the world series in San Francisco on the angels and the giants were playing each other. So it's a west coast world series and It ended at a certain time that when we went on the air that if I screwed up the highlight that I get to see you do that. You know you just look at the screen and they give you the notes as to what it's called a shot sheet you'd have to read it and You know make it seem like you're seeing the highlight for like the tenth. Times opposed the I. I love ad living like that. It's really wow. Oh Dude I'll I'll tell you the story my first sportscenter. I would love that but They told me. Hey if you screw this up probably used a different word by that that we're all we have to. We have to stay here and do it again. An hour from now. We can't record it because of the way that we're sending out the feed from I guess it's called PAC bell park at the time and my heart was thumping because I had like fifty people who are just like. Can we go home really like if I screwed made me feel like I was doing? Stand up again. Wow Yeah so tell us back while the spoke so I got my first job in Redding California at a ABC affiliate Up in up in reading reading and Chico market and you know I'm from New York City if you ever saw the show northern exposure that's what it was like funny like The New York Jew in the forest Ridgemont high through. So you know that. Show okay so that was basically my life going out there. You know like I've seen mountains of garbage where literally Staten Island was home of the largest landfill in the history of the universe. And that's not a joke so at any rate I go up there and it was just you know a great time and I sent a tape to a head hunter under the category of what is it matters. First Class. Postage doesn't matter I got a call one day from a head. Hunter saying send another tape. Very you know important client who loves the focus on the written word. Send US your best writing. Let's send us another tape did that it was espn long. I can go back and forth as to how I got there but I finally did. I auditioned I tried out on the Sports Center. Said I was twenty six years old. I got there and Went FROM MY F- small-market job to sportscenter. And there's everybody walking around Berman. Every rate great story about Burma into that. I got there and I did my first show and it was march madness Saturday afternoon. Seven o'clock or seven o'clock eastern sportscenter march madness sweet sixteen weekend and games. Were going on games. It just ended. It was half an hour show and I had about ten twelve highlights and I'd seen one of them. That's insane one of they. Just yeah because they were just ending and you know they're cutting the highlights and sending it on the air live and whatever and I remember thinking to myself walking down to the studio. I have two choices here. I can absolutely soil. My pants right can just crush. It chose the non soiling yourself and killing I did not ever. He's great on Sportscenter Night. But it's interesting now that you just broke down that sometimes you don't. That's incredible to me right. You don't see the highlight you don't so when we the viewers are watching the highlight. You're reading bullet points of something that I know you interested right but you know more often than not. Watch the game yourself too. So it's not like but there are times where you have your you haven't seen the game. You're literally flying blind. That's what I love it. I love that now Berman. Here's a great story. Yes please so I'm sure they still have it at. Espn also these banners these ESPN banners. That they they put out over the sides of a fence of a game that they're covering you know it's like so the banners are lining the hallways of ESPN of people's asking the on-air talent to sign it for charity. Five six seven ten banner's lined up here. I am twenty six years old a week into my first sportscenter and it's like hey deer on our talent. Please sign this for that. That for this Thinking to myself like do I sign it. Like I've been here only weekday backfire. What do I do? I don't break any code here. So do I do so I'm doing a seven thirty PM. Sports Center after seven o'clock baseball tonight and I go into the Makeup Room. And who's in the chair because he's the show before is Berman? Boomer legend Legend legend. I mean my God. Yeah so I went in on Mike. You know Chris Introduce Myself. My Name's rich is new. Here goes yeah. I've seen you. I've seen you on my great and he goes I like it. I like what you're doing. I'm like thank you Chris. I appreciate that. I've got a question for you if you don't mind what is it. I explained my predicament. Which not really a predicament. But my issue. Here's you know. All these banners are asking people to sign it CIDER. Dotes on what do I do? And he goes. How many shows have you done here? One and Mike sign up sign of all sides non Mike Okay and he got the sharp and went right down the row. That's great. That's crazy. He was the last time at sportscenter. Ended you leave sports? I left in two thousand and three and you were there for how many years seven seven yacht there in ninety six when left in two thousand and three and then launched. Nfl Network in. Oh three have been living out here ever since and NFL network man. You're seventeen going off to the combine. Tomorrow it's the fifteenth time. I've done this. I love the NFL fifth time that I've done the run for saint you. Well that's why I wanted. That's why I wanted to get into next year it's going to the NFL combine. Yes and I don't know if you've seen the athleticism that bridge is Possess I appreciate using his his The forty yard dash nine four. That's my best. That's my last time. Five nine four yeah. That's pretty good. No but I'm fifty years old as you're doing it for a good cause. Saint Jude Children's Research. Hospital is what you're staying sober to. Yeah we're doing different ways if we have different ways of getting the the the kids the money that they need absolute lob. Yeah I That's why I can't fail is because I'm like I can't not I can't let the kids down. I would be a miserable miserable guy if I was like fuck it. I'm drinking. It's like well. What about the kids with cancer? Step it up so I am. There's not a chance I cracked so tell us. How do we First of all. How do we donate I WANNA donation show? Nfl DOT COM slash run. Rich RUN IS THE PAGE. You can go to just hit the donate button. Give whatever you can and hopefully I run fast this year too. We also have another added feature Last year I got a call from a gentleman who runs the e commerce division of Walmart and he has a lot of money. His name is Mark Laurie. But you wouldn't you couldn't tell that he's early loaded down Earth Dude. Who just went looking for. He wanted to donate money to a children's charity and he went online looking up stuff and he came across my run on a youtube page and he called me up and he goes. Let's like how can I run against you? I will give one hundred thousand dollars to saint jude if I can come to the combine run this year last year last year right so he did it And he ran in his sport coat. Because I run my suit. Look I'm not gonNA run in run in my uniform. This the way this was born with anything is you're learning in your experience here in broadcasting in any way shape or form his most. Everything is yours and actor you as an athlete. You know a lot of things are born out of sheer boredom. Like just you're sitting around waiting. You're on a boss. You're doing whatever sitting around with the combat in two thousand five with Terrell Davis who had just come off the field from the Broncos to join NFL network and I'm sitting in the old RCA dome which is where the colts be used to play before they blew it up and that's where the combine used to be an indie and. We're waiting literally two hours until the next thing that we're doing and I'm sitting in my suit. He sitting in a suit and we hear the home of the RCA Dome Lights and the air conditioning. And I just turn them on how fast you think I can run the forty and he goes right now. I'm like yeah my suit right now. How fast do you think I can dress to dress? So this is how it started. Sorry right five okay. Cool yeah lace up ZANU crocs if you really WanNa know so I said how fast you can run the forty right now and he says you can't and I literally told Terrell Davis Fuck you literally do that and went down on the field and ran it now. I did not know that there was somebody in the truck and I did not know that. Even though the guy's James Lytle his name he's like six foot ten means like Randy Johnson size. I just didn't say I was so focused. I did not see that he was recording it. Shooting it and someone's recording it in the truck so later on that night were on live. Tv and they surprise me with it. I ran six seven seven dreadful and no cameras are on you better than that. You know what but it doesn't matter it's you can't teach heart bomb either wake up. You don't real chariots of fire. Either you're either born with it or you don't have it okay and I've got it okay. Long Story Short is we showed it that night. Next Day Mike Holmgren was the seahawks. Coach comes on the show and like asks to see because he said did. I see you run last night. And of course they had it in the truck. Just throw me under the bus. They showed that Joe Gibbs came on we showed it to him it was just a gag. It was a gag so the next year I see my coleman going to run it again. I don't know if I am. He goes why not you. GotTa do better. He goes just. Don't get hurt so I ran it again. And then the next year I ran it again year four year. Five one of those years. I blew my hamstring out. Because I'm running in dress shoes idiot crazy. What is what is it straight up. Let me tell you something. We did after after a day broadcast. I'm sitting on my like literally on literally atrophying in a chair with the bad posture. Eating like shit you know. My my hamstrings are yeah. So it's not it's worse than not warming up talk sitting around all day before doing anymore. You know if you stretch. Hold on a second. I blew my hamstring out. And I didn't want to Air Mike mayock now. The general manager the raiders. Says you have to show this out of all the ones that you've run you have to show this one because it shows you're like everybody else who cares if you didn't finish who cares just show so we did and of course he's the one who made fun of me the most when we weren't when we did actually showed on the air and I look and I want like you're the one who told me to show it like you just tore me a new one and he smiled at me? But he's right you know he's like you gotTa show that one. Is that footage still available? I think I've seen it. I'm getting everything is all on our teasing that episode as the best thing about this website. Nfl DOT COM slash run rich. They have every single one of my runs on their youtube. They're all they're beautiful so Eventually though what was preventing this from what prevented literally from jumping the shark. You know that. Refer that not my head again. I do a show called happy days bomb very successful. I know happy days until one time Fonzie took his motorcycle and jumped over a shot or skiing water skiing and then the show wasn't any good after that so the phrases they when you jump a shark okay. Means it's not good anymore. Rich to know coin jumped the shark and John University of Michigan's finest right because people thought is GonNa hit him with behind with so. What prevented this from jumping? The Shark was the advent of the the Simul Cam footage where they made. They came up with his invention. Which was amazing. You could take my forty yard Dash Ron and overlay at over. An actual forty yard dash run from the combine. It's laugh out loud hilarious like when somebody who runs four three. They're off the screen and I'm barely past the five yard line. I I have seen those. It's that's the one I'd rather my kids. Listen to your instagram feedback. That we arranged. I'd rather them hear you call. You know like somebody falling on their ass in some way shape or they're going to see it because I'm going to rip the shit out of that hamstring video tonight to tease this episode rent. By the way by the way it would be a huge help. Oh I'm doing I'm not kidding. Well I have another question great so finishing up the out a few years ago we decided after you know how how to make this Someone named Sarah Swanson worked with the NFL network. Said it wanted to run this charity? And I'm like I'm all in which one let's figure it out and we. We landed on Saint Jude Children's Research Hospital five years we've raised one point two million bucks doing this crazy run and asking people to run at their workplace in their work clothes and a safer work manner not to get fired or get hurt upload that video to nfl dot com slash run rich. Ron Hit the donate button. Give whatever you can and Mark Laurie this year to bring it all. Full Circle decided. Let's do this step it up. I'd like to run against Jerry Rice this year. So he's GonNa run against Jerry if he loses to Jerry Rice. He's giving two hundred fifty thousand dollars to Saint Jude. If Jerry Rice beats him actually homeless Jiffy Lube Jerry? He's got to but if he beats Jerry Rice. Your boy Michael Rubens coughing up the two hundred and fifty group and has losing money money lately. Jerry Rice is still like an. He's he's out of seven and I told Mark I'm like you have no idea what horns you're messing on top of this. You have no idea what dealing with here so Jerry's flying out to do it when you actually last year. And you're like head to head for like two steps or say rich bottles like this should be her podcast. She's actually listen. I am trying to sell them. Muck and race car is they are storm. You are by far. The most professional person present a thousand percent. Like you're you've come correct. You've got knowledge and also at flat on full on desire to be good as opposed to these these and we need we need. Yes exactly but yeah I last year using boat at the Super Bowl and They you know. Nfl Network reached out. Would you like to run against you? Say now promote at the NFL experienced forty yard dash on my hell. Yeah absolutely and there is a photograph that I have of when we started at the starting line literally for two seconds step. They're staffed with the guy he wrote it in. I don't even Wanna now. He's the two one. Yeah he's so tall. I mean the crazy thing about how fast is so tall. I mean he's strides could cover ten yards in like three Strada. Unbelievable what would it take? Are you open to potentially if there was a donation involved? What is the cost for you to have a ripper piece of River? Magoo gear attached to attached to your body timeout. I can fucking get the money. What is the money I have to get raised to? Saint Jude's for you to wear a piece of Bob. Men remerged announced. What's the piece of Bob Backwards Hat River Magoo? You could not wearing a backwards hat. What about what about eight? What about a suit open with? Just River Magoo's showing. How much does that cost while? I'm wearing a shirt and a button. It's at the end. Maybe like Super Magli riveted at the end and river. Mcgill is exposed. What does that cost? And when you say you you can find money. How much money can you find? I mean I could. I could probably get at least twenty thousand dollars for you to do that. He already starting low. I'm not saying I'm not. I'm not film network Bob Ankle problems with PGA. Yeah and if you WANNA get along very well is that right. The upper tier no are aware of us. Obviously and that's why they haven't taken down because like I said we're good for the leagues. We're bringing in a younger audience to watch football and we're getting kids to put down fortnight controllers and stop doing fucking tick tock dances and watch fucking the NFL. Yeah but in a different way. Robert Kraft sure what the F. in. Nfl stands for? That's what I'm supposed to say the exact answer. I'm supposed to go fucking Mladic. We'll figure out. I want to figure out a way to get First of all I'M GONNA DO SOMETHING. Nice for this. Obviously because you've always taken care of me my appreciate I. WanNa do something Nice. And let's seriously if you do find one of my videos and do your. That's your memory. Finest that'll be and put it on your do I get the main fee. Go get the main feeds slide over to your face. To rich is next to the PODCAST. Honestly that would be. That's with the Saint Jude's link in the fucking bio which is taking sales away from Bob Dot Com. But obviously you're doing it for good cause so I gotta do it. Legally like forty five minutes in the Lincoln. The Bio forty five minutes. Bob I know the way that you operate and I know that that's a lot and I'm serious and I greatly appreciate that. That would be an immense amount of support undoing. Where the run I guarantee you? I'M GONNA leave it up until I raised. Twenty five thousand dollars. Question is like the average age of people who are taking this in. What ARE THEY GONNA? Cough up their allowance. You'RE GONNA get two million fuck at twelve year olds to give a nickel each. Your minimum donation is a nickel. You get fucking. These fuckers steeler hairs wallets and donate. That's it the kids gonNA come out and be there. We have a kid every year. Who DID THAT? Saint Jude's brings this year is an eight year old name. Vaughan who seems to be doing well and I also I love keeping in touch with them. They're good it's it's I'm telling you. It is just amazing juices as a great job. I mean just to quickly say this. Saint Jude is completely dependent on donations. And because they are donation based and because they have the thank goodness people. Like what you're talking about you and me and everybody else that supports Saint Jude. God forbid you have to go there. You have to bring a kid or an a Matt family member of any any sort niece nephew. Whatever you go there you never see a bill not for transportation not for food not for lodging and not for the healthcare. I mean come on all you gotTa do is go there and just focus your love on the child to get better and their research is second to none on the planet. They've done amazing work to try and get the cancer survival rate as great as it currently is and that's why we're doing this. That's why you gotta stay sober brother. I'm going to stay sober but I'm also too I. I think that you still. They're still play to get. I want to get something I want. What about one hundred thousand dollars if I could raise one hundred thousand dollars? For what like literally like the end of the race to rip it off and fucking. I can't guarantee that the the the suit jacket happy to tie. We'll figure something out. I don't know we'll figure out. Who is your customer? Gutai absolutely how fast I can turn that around and fucking day or two. I can make a really good Thai one thousand. How much for the time I would be. I mean that's it's it's it'd be that's like that's like my main feed times by racecar trying to sell the hood right there. That's that's going to buffalo wild wings you say it. I'll give you the fucking hood like Bob know. Stop Calling US anyway. So I'm going to try to expensive time. What about a tie ripper? Magoo tied aware and fifty thousand if I can raise it and you don't have to worry if it'll raise it whatever but in the same race thirty three thousand right. Are we making a deal? Literally on your show. I absolutely. I feel like that's what you're most. It's all it says is. There's nothing else nothing else okay. It's going to be an off color. Maybe a guy like cake standing a beer go some stab ear. Yeah I mean if you do that And you send me a thousands. It looks stylish. I'm GonNa make the ugliest I ever for the kids. You GotTa do it okay. Fifty one word ripper Magoo right on the top even small thing on the time. I'm convinced I can get fifty thousand dollars to go fund me to Richard. I mean he could wear the tie like Rambo like bandanna. Oh Shit that's riches filed from the fire in the NFL network. I know it's been a long time since we hung out at the top of the Coliseum Los Angeles Coliseum. I've got a brand man I've gotTa Style. I can't I'M NOT GONNA show up like Cobra Kai all of a sudden. You WANNA sign that once. You understand that. No fucking clue. Hi What's going? Yeah dating yourself or now. I know that like daily Classic Movement will turn it on me. It's not this is not a reflection on the book on you. Fuck all right. Look I still watch movie? I can't do it okay. 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And that forty eight hour period between March sixteenth and seventeenth before the new league year begins on the eighteenth is when the rubber really is going to hit the road and the chargers. I think will pay him. The most. If money was no way. I'm of course there's a way They they they could do that but he's got a look at the final two years. It's money it's respect and it's rings who can bring it to them. I can tell you. Right now chucky and Tom Brady. I'm watching every game anything you that's but that's the thing that would mean why would mean so much for the charges to bring him here. Yes it's because look I've lived here since two thousand three. I know one die hard fan of the chargers and it's the guy delivered three children. You know what that's it. My kids never say what happened to the charges today. If Tom Brady comes game over they're gonNA want powder blue twelve's on the spot and they're gonNA want to go to the Games and a new stadium story and of story so for the chargers. Whatever they pay him would come back in in envelopes Gal they would come back in multiples so but obviously Tom's going to have to want to come here and he's going to have to leave New England and it's entirely possible that he whatever the Patriots fans the thing I think they'll pay him. I think it will. I don't think he would ever be booth or anything like that if you are kidding me Boston. Boston fans are pretty ruthless. I hear you but this is Tami Brady. Man and plus But Kraft is going to have a say in it too. I'm sure he's GonNa WanNa make sure that he's he's going to do everything he possibly can. Keep here and New England and But I think Tom In New England but I just think like if he does go somewhere I think here is just the spot. I mean the defense is pretty damn good. The offense is loaded Austin and Keenan Allen and Mike Williams and that line if it stays healthy is pretty good. And and Bosa and Melvin Ingram and that guy during James is phenomenal. I mean there's some. There's some players that he could come here right now and just plug in. Open that new stadium and be be the guy that put charges on billboards everywhere in ages named all those players. I don't know any of sports show. I don't Sean Penn Kevin's fucking grandfather. What do you think about the xfl you think the XFL alikes? I haven't watched a second of it. It would fall all your tighter the NFL to they. They're no I mean I. I just haven't watched it. I'd have seen some things showed up on my twitter feed like Espn is e or F S One. Or they're interviewing quarterbacks smear seconds after they throw an interception which I think is weird. It's beyond of course because you look you know it's a team sport. It might not just be all on U You know like so. Some quarterback is going to throw. The receiver ran the wrong route under the bus on. Live television. Here we'll break. That's not but that's not why I watch something. I watched something for some good football in a good product. Haven't I honestly I have not seen enough of it? I've just been kind of in the tank after the Super Bowl trying to be a dad on the weekends and get ready for this combine. There's three hundred thirty some odd names and you know I gotta I gotta get that down cold when you leave the tomorrow show audio's was Tom Brady drafted when what number. Yeah he was driving. That's right that's good by the way that's literally the most obvious Nfl Trivia question. Joining us today for Bob to interject in. Beat you one time. I've read the Isan Book. I've read deflect on trying to make them look good here thousand. Nfl that that's that's impossible. My job to know this stuff I wanNA know. What is your favorite football moment in history that I've witnessed roofs? I've personally seen or just in general covering you've been covering betting with fucking Sherman. We can burn that cover. That's who style I suppose. You're unbelievable she is a burning. Rock is watching watching Tyree keep the the ball on pinned on his helmet. You know being tyree. Catch that one of those also when New England beat Seattle with Malcolm Malcolm Butler. I've never been in a stadium. Where crying fans are related? Elated fans are crying like that like one second later everybody who celebrating is miserable and everyone was miserable is celebrating. I'd never seen as a switch flip like that. The only thing that comes close was game seven of a two thousand one world series. I covered ESPN between the diamondbacks and the Yankees. Where the but that that diamondbacks come back over. The Yankees lasted a whole bottom of the ninth. That probably took somewhere between fifteen twenty actual minutes to play out. This one was literally split second. I've never seen anything like that. Marian Rivera gave it up to Louis Zala Luiz Gonzalez fucking for my gosh with Malcolm Butler. I can't believe I remember did didn't Malcolm Butler was in Patriots next year and Belching benched him. It was the year that they went a couple years later eagles and he was active and he played one snap and special teams and then none the rest at that one of the greatest mysteries that will never get an answer to it. Along with more added. Marshawn Lynch get the ball. Few years earlier to his quarterback was getting cooking I've heard a rumor and you can take this with a grain of salt. Yeah well we will so. I don't know if it's a folklore. What but I heard that that Bill Bell Check Son was on the coaching staff. He still is and Malcolm Butler went out the night before the Super Bowl and his son got like dude. It's a superman. Like what are you doing there? Were words and maybe even blows thrown and no-one said it and look I mean that's what I still haven't heard it is just a testament to also how checks you know professionalism. I was around him for the. Nfl One hundred show this year the NFL. To one hundred all time team show. That was unbelievable. One of the greatest things I've ever done bat may be stumbling upon the answer for your question that show that we did this year for the top prize. Nutella the NFL one hundred all time team with him and and Collins Worth unbelievable. I will never forget that. That is a top five career moment for me. Along with this appearance on this list racist groundbreaking farve didn't Brett farve father and so it was an amazing man. Monday night game far showed up to the NFL. One hundred all time team show. Brady was the first player that was announced the quarterback show and then farve was second and It was the first show we recorded. Last when we aired farve comes up to me in the commercial break. You know where we stop down. And we're getting them out there. He's comes up to me and he goes to me. Rich Kamerhe might want news. What's this four? I don't like Brett. Didn't you come up from Mississippi today? And he goes. Yeah I'm like you flew out and you didn't know what this was and he goes. No what is it. I'm like Brad you've been named one of the one hundred best football players of all time. There's only ten quarterbacks you're one of them and goes oh cool showed up and his wrangles looking like you could give you about fifty snaps. I love that guy. He is tougher office. The man I do love Brett Farve. Who doesn't know rich? I love you buddy right back at your best game. There's so much for coming on. I WANNA make sure to the Braise where to raise. I'm going to try and raise fifty thousand dollars for for your thing and actually ty to ties easy. I'll have somebody work that thing up. It'll be I might even make it a little create. I give you different design options. You know it just I just want high quality fabrics again. I I have my own in. He's classy guide. Yeah come on which build you the best fucking tie on like self combust because of how fast I'm running. You know what I mean. This is the friction of the Thai. Can't just like combust. It's got up the Staten Island land. Got I gotta get the dimples? GotTa be there. You've got to be right there. The Double Windsor. It's gotTa look good and done. This is GonNa be the reputation Bob. It is going to be limited one of one. It's going to ever be worth something someday a while. How about this I can. I can donate it back to you. Spit it back. Wow look at this. We're hammering Saint Jude's at every which way we I love it rich. Eisen the best guy. Probably truthfully thank you so much for joining us. Real quick though. What is the thing that they can download dot com slash run rich? Run Upload your videos of you running at work we're going to show the best ones on. Nfl Network it's great. We've had people in videos running lab coats and fire fighter gear in like break in bed. Sort of has matt suits. We've had all that stuff. It's great I love it. We've had kids running dogs running. I can't get enough that I actually got emotional seeing that stuff on the air just anybody would want to do anything on their own time based on some stupid run that I came up with because Terrell Davis pissed me off boredom now fifteen years ago. It's amazing and now Saint Jude's be the the benefit of it upload the video but hit that donate button and share the link. Bingo love it. We all tell Terrell Davis to fuck off down based on the money. We're raising Irish. Thank you so much episode. Twenty-one wrapped up. Thank you this podcast is brought to you by action park media.

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"So fast of Bloomberg BusinessWeek, every Business Day market sell that's spreading around the globe Bloomberg BusinessWeek podcasts were Carol Massar and Jason Kelly. Let's see the Bloomberg BusinessWeek bite at Carol Magoo's breaking Global Business Finance Intech News along with smart analysis we know the Fed is going to be sure and steady a Bloomberg BusinessWeek podcast has great great scoop on the Terminal Listen Today on bloombergradio dot com the Bloomberg business APP or subscribe on Apple podcasts twenty four hours a day at Bloomberg Dot Com on the Bloomberg, business APP and Bloomberg quick take. This is Bloomberg. Radio now, a Global News Update Board On here in Asia the branch wrong here in this one of the wall in positive territory erasing all losses for the year Risch bought less than thirty percent of the stocks and the region of positive for the suggesting perhaps the rally isn't that all broad bays, the ASIAPAC index up by six tenths of one percent China shows also swinging into gains right now high by two tenths of one percent ahead of the slew of data for July on Friday including industrial. Production and retail sales but hung say on change it's been swinging between gains and losses. We're keeping a watch on China Unicom with such as much as twenty percent I have revenue beating estimates not recommending a payment of its interim dividend on the bench walk in the Philippines currently up by eight tenths a one percent rising for a fourth day. First Metro investment saying it may get to seven thousand on government stimulus by expansionary policy that benchmark up eight tenths of one.

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