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Getting To Know Our Father And Creator Divine Yahuah

MysticalDat Podcast

10:57 min | 3 years ago

Getting To Know Our Father And Creator Divine Yahuah

"This has been a date tile. WELCOME TO MR guilty. T. Fast ever put costs episode entitled to get into our fall in creates dividing Hoa in this essay oil leaking acting not new year but he offered ingred this line the Hoa hopefully known for his title God. Many of us know our creator to be God by his is actually his talk hot till before this his real title is due by this House being seen time and it tastes a description of him before I proceed on like hostile nick at some some bite to spiritual questions almost all of us at some life have artist if not all a few of these questions here curated me or us and you may have had got who Jesus Jesus Christ when we come from how did act came into existence was the first person evacuate. What are we doing during here. Why man and woman many more of these questions? It's is ox by so many of us out. There is that all spiritual machines burqas today. He's going to be on the fast question. He you created us will be enlightening you warm. 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Freiheit heit, heute schon das Klima zu schtzen

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11:45 min | 3 months ago

Freiheit heit, heute schon das Klima zu schtzen

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SXSW 2021: Luchadoras

Ride the Omnibus

27:20 min | 4 months ago

SXSW 2021: Luchadoras

"Hello and welcome to ride the omnibus. I'm your host areola baske- and we are reporting from south by southwest in austin texas for the first time and we are here with powell calvo and patrick. Yes seem talking about their film loot shadowed. 'as i love this spell because it's so much about the female fighting spirit and i love that. You were able to embody so much of that. Within the film and with the title. Lucho dora which of course means female fighter. It indicates so much about women's resistance as well as women's power and so forth. But can you also talk about the term. Blue sky and lucia libra for our listeners. Yeah for sure. I mean literally race would say a sports and entertainment. That's begin blueberry was super nice. 'cause a lot of people into a hot Was born into what it wasn't sorest place where these fights were taking place. Which is maybe a mexican story with. All we checked that he was people are really do. People are really passionate about Liberty and yeah it began. I dunno i would say like in the fifties or something do we. It is like wrestling. It is like the mexican mexican rednecks wrestling form. It was born around boorda between the us and mexico will so we would like They were travelling companies. That would have to show fights lulea deliver actually means three fight exactly and something which is very mexican to say is that they were this wonderful masks wherein the mass three percents. Maybe something abstract like feelings or ideas or maybe also animals or whatever they have these identities were. They developed the rolls. They develop their costumes which they always have a connection to the role. They are the role they play. And so yeah. It's very very interesting to see. I dunno black panther fighting against museveni down. You have these two wonderful characters fighting each other against each other with their powers super nice super beautiful also interesting to say like people get really really crazy with them like it's we will. Retaliate is even bigger than a football in mexico and everybody goes to liberate. We'll because maybe because this because it's more accessible it is not a cheaper. It's for family fun. On the weekends everybody can go and everybody can pay the tickets In a professional soccer football which is also huge in mexico. Like in europe gets expensive. Real quick de malaita would but the. Yeah so this is nice for mexican Something really really like a big part of their culture and it has also discuses feeling people go there and they scream that he jammed. It's like it's a lot of energy in over. There is a five on when you're idolise in the ring on his writing and against your this power now. This magic happening there. It's and then and that's the most important interest in seeing a real superheroes not only because all the things they were wing but when they finish they stepped up offering than you can go to them. You can have them untouched. You can make Graham and it's there in also it's also like The amazing role models for younger generations. And it's wonderful that you show them as such in these different kinds of situations where you see different aspects of their superpowers in a sense. And i love that and i wonder though which came first the idea of looking at lucia dora's or the idea of one specific woman story where did the theme merge it was really the contrast that made the idea of the movie that we knew about class soon at tulsa. Us florida actually. If you look at it on the map as possible and soon atlanta's one city and portable right through it right. We knew about the history. That since i mean kartesky a Trapping around it's very violent. And since the ninety s this massive violence also against women hate-crimes there so word femicide which is an old word but really became big in mexico because of that. Ceo and we knew about city kind of interested in it and then we realized that the place is also such a major hub for the wrestling libra and that especially in mexico. There's a lot of women doing it without that is a that is such a big contrast on city that is known for women being victims victimized. Cute actually killed. I mean that's it. That's no way around. This kidnapped raped forced into prostitution cute. All of it back most horrible things and then you have a lot of women that in public as a sport as a cultural phenomenon going into a ring and present very very strong female finance thought in it clicked when we realized that both of these things happening there so that was really the intention than we went there and found we feel powerful stories. A news three women. Actually i mean that we're more of them. Assume can only you get the sense of that when they're all in that line in the last shot but i love. I love that last shot where you have the line that stretches that indicates the generations of women that could have been included in this story and our justice important and just as valuable. And i really love the way that you portray that. I love that you mention this specifically because i was going to ask about the way that you depict the difficulties of life in juarez. Spur women because you have all of these threats in corruption from the authorities and the women are also facing the matiz mo- at home and you depict all of this so well while they're within the ring and they're actively fighting some achieves mo- in the ring to in very scary ways that were rather frightening some of those sequences with the men in the film where rather disturbing. How do you deal with that as documentarian. H's mean the fighting sequences both the fighting sequences and some of the altercations between the partners. And the women. I mean we're talking about very different moments like in the ring you can only be there and scream and just what we were doing. Like to commending this which was happening any very good that we were there and we've been distinguished for for the fights knowing it's era i think especially f. especially the first fight in the movie. It's a rough one. But i think they'd really portray also the strength of our women because that's what they're putting themselves in to invite other boys in with an and it's it's entertainment but it's like s rough as it gets a liking in america. We use the term k. Fehb to talk about you know this term k. Fehb mickey in wrestling so k. Fehb is like you. Choreograph everything in advance and this is a thing in american wrestling and so forth. And i think it's wonderful that your documentary is very specific and explicit about showing that. That's not what happens in mexican wrestling at all. and i. I like that a lot about your documentary because a lot people. I think if you didn't show that right from the beginning of your documentary in that very first scene. I think a lot of american wrestling fans who come to this picture might have gotten a little like oh. They're just doing they fighting the cave a that. I mean it's not fake fighting in the they are executing the moves. But it's mostly choreographed in advance. It's mostly you know what's happening. You know what's going to happen and exactly how it's going to happen. Maybe weren't wrestling experts by any stretch of the in before before we worked out that we were often told is that the difference between the libra and american wrestling style is first and foremost that. It's more playful with the characters is attested with the moves. A lot of jumping the nets. They crying they call them day. They call it areas and that's really a Especially baby stein our movies. She does have crazy stuff right flips and everything and no. It is not well choreographed in the smaller fights in place like she Us where it is a business but it is a small business and somebody explained it to us as a dance. Everybody knows all the moves and that may be hundreds of them. But you don't know which moves are gonna come up and they get rough right and then the also you can execute them in a different ways if you really friend with somebody that moves can be soft and easy going and if people are not well with each other it can get really tough and i think you can see that in a movie to it it it gets to a point where you actually think israel is choi. Can you know because gets it gets hot. How difficult was it for you to watch that as you were filming is very hard. This is like whoa. This is the task applaud dream. Filmmaker that You are holding the camera and moments where seems strong. Things are happening and you have to decide. Should i just take off on the stand up. And he'd somebody in the face or should i just stay here film made so that everybody else can realize what's happening. And that's the. That's the of of been mentoring filmmaker. But you know like for us very important to you narrate an ambient when we were shooting with a predominance where everybody feels. Good what everybody feels. Okay with everything wilbur. Doing go out these kind of situations. There were always have been talking with the is with all the people like in intimate situations. I will say no. it's always. It was very important for us for liberty. Island is to understand that we support them and that we want them to be happy to have a good experience when filming also. This was super important. Harass this film. It was a lot of fun to make it. But of course there were some equities and steal all the time spent together with spent a lot of time together for us important that it makes sense what we are doing for anyone for everyone coming back to the violence also they are tough bunch right they go into the arena zain. The fights on the weekends sometimes stay due to fights sometimes infre- fights on the weekend. You know they would be all bruised up limping throughout the week. But you wouldn't hear from any of them. I mean you would see how bruce out there but it wouldn't hear anything right. It would only last until exactly the next weekend and then they're back in the ring right now the of the business in it's not a Businesses part of the passion. What they're doing right because there's no big money in in the rain forest is some not a lot if there are some. Yeah and i mean you see that in the stories of minnesota need the who's going to mexico city to improve her life and so forth and get to be with her daughter. But you also see all of this wonderful strengthen these women that even though you get the sense that everyone is living in difficult conditions. One thing that i love about your film. I don't know if you have this term or if you know this term but a lot of people accused different kinds of documentaries of being poverty porn you ever heard. This reminds nation of and i love the. Your film doesn't go there at all and that there's a very very clear distinction between what the joys of these women's lives are and also what they're doing in order to change their circumstances and better their circumstances and not spending time dwelling in the sewers. I mean how conscious an effort was that ultimately we wanted to. We will amna this contrast that i talked about earlier between this what the place is known for. What we learned is happening there with all these other is really. We were inspired by them because they were strong vigorous and like in the most like way would least expected find people that are really by because they could do something else than than fight control lever could just worked makila and i don't know have another job on the weekend or something but she decides to live this culture and accident time to shooting went all in went to mexico city to do it for time and we thought that was really inspiring difficult around them. Of course. I mean maybe a very interesting to say here. Is that when we thought about. How are we gonna make film. And what kind of pictures are used daily stories of them. It was very clear from the beginning that we wanted something very rough. We wanted a camera. Now which is hand had we won the comers removing the images like very loaded with this car number grain on the image. It is it is rough it is. It's not something clean beautiful day. Come you know like 'cause you could do that. Nowadays there's ability to the wonderful documentaries with high-tech take whatever and it looks amazing and you have succeeded back. Oh my god and then this is roman donation of barbara getting And for us it was clear from the beginning now. we're making a film with ria superheroes. We are going on the street with them. When i smell the there were a taste. Thus we're gonna this is gonna be in the pictures you're going to see so or sure part of the visual language we developed what we were. There really wanted to show them as as the superheroes fat they are. We initially when we realized what the movie's gonna be imagined it to be a we imagined them to be your like superheroes in the ring that also don't boil down in their life daily life we need to know what sons so that was his inspiring attitude about them. That really really inspired us to make a movie in. That could have been in other places as well into just because there's poverty. I don't think ads were particularly interested in these. These move because it makes their their their effort so much greater right. Yeah but i. I love the you. Focus on such an empowering story and like you get to that last shot of her beautiful bloodies smile and it's just like raw you're right there with her that was wasn't there was a rough rights to yes. That was unbelievable. You would never see that in american wrestling just just for reference like never never and her opponent. Judy was a she wanted against was very very experienced fighter and she didn't. She didn't give her anything for free. I mean you've seen the movie you have fight on. all. I think five shots of the fights. The fight went for forty minutes. You can imagine was was pence but at the end it was a very night like very very low and the ambien lasalle checked. Everybody was crazy in the leg. 'electricity charged everyone. Happiness sewer nice. Yeah and i wondered in terms of how you decided which stories ended up being featured within the film in terms of how much of that was pre-decided and how much of that was in the editing room. I mean most of it developed through. We were there for like five months of course of the year and we didn't know much in the beginning renew. I mean minister nita really from what we before was really the how you re representing what what you read about. The hottest franchise women working in the michaela's style assembly factories. Really i mean i think the Paternalist working will. Will you work a lot. But vani can put food on the table gleaming in the outskirts right and really that is where a lot of the violence against women happens because they're like living in these kind of similar then let south looks like Schedules like the remember you more. You know you're lucky to have the electrician electrical light there grandma's onto industrialization in england one hundred fifty inspect and then they go to work in assembly factories. They come back with the bus. They were They walked the streets dock streets at night after the ship. And that's really when a lot of the kidnapping in a lot of the violence and rioting and so when we realized we got to be heard we had heard about her as order. Because i was our access than Heard that she was working the makino. We will very interested in her and then she i mean she was very north us at the very beginning because she also wanted to step up all literal naming than that just happened while we were that the deal once like we we. We have a lot of conversation with a lot of people in there. Were really super interesting. People in women like not on like this woman. They were super super super interesting but finally focus this like the beginning. There were other to gather to other. Maybe three who will found interesting and who we were also doing a lot of shootings and then one at the end. The beginning that was going to be four and then one it didn't it didn't match with the other stories so viney finally three but the things that happened. Of course it's it was their lives will wear with them. And we were experiencing what they were experiencing all these things happen. Because i think initially when would with three rewind with by just got feeling and i think from a farm story perspective i mean in the two of the stories have more of a closing than the third one has a thing. And that's just what happened during our time there in you can say y'all keep thin. What was their when they just really closing. I see from the other way round. We got three stories that all feel very strong and to as films story also have some sort of closing. That was a point when it was obvious disclosing for a story that can be told within and then we were very lucky that we were in some one moment with one of the main protagonists. Where whether it was like a big decision made with our children Actually they're shooting on also. Nothing that happens most of the time for these things. You are a shooting. And i remember this one special day. We weren't even supposed to be shooting with her in time. They giant she. She's making the call. This negroes when you say the ending of spoiler. Yeah yeah i can. I can cut that part out formation for you. Like this day was was incredible. I mean that usually doesn't happen with were in that moment. Major decision like you're there and we were very lucky with all their that. That seemed to happen so often. You know that you had this much access and there were all these really important moments happening under the gaze of the camera. I was really blown away hanging elton bought. We managed like a very intimate relationship with them. And first of all. I think it was a lot of fun. We'd like a little interesting establish dame and they were. They were always proposing staff and we were also proposing and it was like gotta it became like a very interesting game to be together and snap together and were these moments which were personally importance than once the presenting. It wasn't brought him that we were there. And we're filming. We really generate of friendship relationship with all of them. Of course we're in contact with them and they're super happy. That is coming out. And the i think that's the thing we really really had fun and we really trust each other. They trust leading the way the way with films. That's my everything was possible. That's really great. And you have this one visual the one visual that i feel like is a wonderful leitmotif within the film is this use of the little girl either. The central protagonist little girls singing to her over the phone or washing the feet of a little girl or the little girl running around the ring. And i love how that creates a generational feeling of empowerment as well. It's just really beautiful and it was crazy. Not because they all have daughters like baby style had a daughter lady a lady come. They had two daughters municipality the hassle daughter there's weeklies acidini does. My agent is a grandma already but it's it's all these woman having young woman as daughter. You know what i mean like. It's this is so this is so interesting all support for the children for for the for the little woman. Yeah it's super nice. The super nice feeling working with them it was now could tell you guys work well with kids from watching the film youth job okay. You'd bring them puts them unison. Roller coaster rolling or shown in mexico can be sure that no place without kids no time of the day ear love of the subjects. End of everything that you are doing your passion for these women's passion really shines through in this fell and i just i just want to say how much i appreciate your film and you're taking the time to talk with me and this has been lovely indies. You so much for having us. This is so super nice and super lovely said of owning for us to. Do you want to say anything quickly to our listeners. About what they should know about life in general the universe anything. Oh that sounds this is big from you. Not just will only say that Got very inspired by this woman. Were there and we hope that this woman inspire. I hope so too in care. And i wish you a lot of luck at the festival and future success with this film as it continues to get claim as i'm sure it will so Thank you for listening and thank you for taking a moment right now to reflect with me on the history of the land. You're listening on now whether you're stuck in traffic or sitting in your office chair. Take the time to look up. 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Next Up, What Some Calling  "The Vegan Amazon" Is HERE. PlantX's CEO Julia Frank Tells All

The How-to Entrepreneur

28:56 min | 5 months ago

Next Up, What Some Calling "The Vegan Amazon" Is HERE. PlantX's CEO Julia Frank Tells All

"You're listening to the how to entrepreneur with dylan mentor. If you want real advice from real entrepreneurs and the professionals with the know how to make it all possible your exactly where. You need to be entrepreneur. Everyone today's show. We have the ceo of planet x one stop shop for everything. Plant based foods skin-care vitamins. And it doesn't stop there. Julia frank julia. Thanks for coming on the show today before we get to the show today. We're going to start you off with the word from our sponsor job press copy company. Are you like in the sense that you don't make time to sit in mind every morning for coffee. Good news with java press coffee company you can have the absolute freshness coffee deliver to your front door within. Two hours of coming out the roster. Have your coffee at your convenience chopper press coffee company. So julia how would you describe plan. Is it an ecommerce platform. Is it online super walmart. Everything plant based or is it more of an amazon. Well that's to me is it goes in direction amazon. But's it's much more. I mean in the end. We are chad. Formed four out ten products at the moment. Offer a couple of thousand different different types of products from Even plans medics groceries baking items. I'm basically we can create anywhere to go on our website so yes it goes in direction amazon but also create a community around campus living so basically we welcome everyone on our website interested in based products. And you'd but everyone wanna be clear that we don't force anyone to To become one hundred percent bankers. Or begin i just liked to really educate people talk about it and i'm to meet the perfect mlive son also kind of nutrition so since we also have to kind of educational the whole community around it. It's more than definitely amazon. But it's it goes Direction because we re definitely offer a couple thousand products and do all kind of different types of products eslava so basically you can find anything all side okay and so it definitely sounds like you guys are on your way to becoming more of a plant based amazon when you mentioned community. Is there sort of an organ or open forum or people able to have conversation or is there more like a newsletter that comes out house a community really baked into plant ex various parts. So yes you sent out a new center on a bitchy basis with like what's going on like like also i'm you know new products to be introduce also lagged like i said education about the topics so i mean really interesting topics that we talk about Just like introduce people to japan base lifestyle for example How healthy is male. I mean we just really gifts insights about nutrition and also You know we have a rookie. We have a kitchen podcast and also introduce what be what we did in one week. What happens and also talk to our business for nasa sean the founder of us Rushes really interesting. Also communicate can actually ask questions because the second lives podcast. Which i think is pretty amazing. The also have a forum on our website where you can type in your questions and our team actually ancestors fashions also on instagram. We've kind like a cover all possible. Channels such magin. Which i find 'em fight amazing in the podcast. Is that on youtube. Or where do you guys hosted. Its youtube on instagram. It's it's every monday. Am i think it's seven thirty pm. Steve awesome okay well. Julia may get a little more into your background. How you kinda got brought onto the team and How planned next to where it is today. I know that you've worked for for saatchi. And you've done a lot with brand development and marketing. what what would what's the. What's the summarized version of your background. Because i noticed you've kind of been been in a few different places that seem a bit abstract from one another. Yeah i mean it's been a crazy year right so far. I had five interesting a good life. I can't complain. I can't complain but it was always pretty rates and an open minded in terms of like moving to new places. I mean i'm originally from from germany from munich but When i was eighteen. I already knew i have to get out of germany. She'll be destination when i was eighteen. i did an internship in malaita in a hotel like for hotel management. Because i wasn't quite sure what i wanna do so so. I already left germany all by myself. I didn't know anyone. I just moved ended on internship for cafe which spider interesting my english and There was braids and nine new okay. They are amazing Explorer and Much from the climate share. Like you know. I don't really like cold weather that much. So germany is not much country to beyond. I'm german arts kind of weird. But so then i came back to. Germany studied economics. Stanton i actually after. I did my bachelor's degree. I moved to the bahamas and that worked for Actually worked for company. Which has the franchise rights for I end browns and ended up being in the bahamas Which was amazing but in you know an island also like kind of limited. So i knew i wanna go back to germany. I wanted to a masters degree. I wanna work in like a different environment. So i ended up to work for a bmw and I did like masters degrees through bmw. Which was amazing. And which has a focus on digital entrepreneurship and then after that on top and be a also through bmw in barcelona so I had like multiple destinations. But it always kind of was attached to the bahamas. So it's kind of my second phone and every year used tobacco beg to bahamas and occasionally but it always was like my tree. Okay one day. I to go back to the to the bahamas and you get the chance to work remotely different Six months a year. An interesting partisan. Now that's why. I kind of keep on mentioning the bahamas. I met shawn dollar injured founder of drew comments threads in the bahamas because sean seems to defend the bahamas so we actually got to meet the bahamas which is super interesting and Yeah that's actually how. I got to know sean. In two thousand and nineteen. My very close friend introduced me to him and she was like hey to meet. Chanda ki has suspicion of tempest company He wants to kick off and she knew that. I'm very much into a based attrition healthy live. I do a lot of yoga and meditation or these things and i also have a very strong business background and back then i was w already for years so i knew i kind of wanted to change something and may be to my own anger or like you know just Try to find some something new and also to be buried honest. I was never really into the automotive industry. It's not that interested in two car. So i lost my job there but it was not my my passion were in for and i got to know sean. I was like wow. I think that's what he does saying. I wanna do. And it's my passion. And to be honest i had no idea if it's gonna work out and i had a great shot at bmw stuff was also kind of an abyss. Wouldn't save wrists but no one knew where it's gonna go. But i knew i burnt for the topic. It's my passion and find yet. Really do what i wanted to really wanna bring out to the world so Yeah that's like the story. that's all out yet. It's awesome it's coincidence. And it's a universe and networking. Yeah so for those curious. Like myself When when you when you are getting to know shawn and shawn and and a mutual friend. You have our explaining this to you you know. We got this plant based platform that we wanted to introduce to the world. It's long past due Were they already looking for a ceo or you someone that was competing with other people so it was just which you you were there before any of that before the team was. I mean a significant. They'll want sean. He had that sprite he already came. Up with the name shia she already likes secured the your l. and That's basically so. I was to for employees. I'm i'm day one so we started everything together from scratch from zero. So it's an amazing ride. So far in it's it's super impressive. Like to see what the changed in such a short time. And like i said i was there from the beginning so basically we did. We did anything. I did anything together with sean. Basically you know lolly noted the products the website. Empty scribe every product like water the productivity all the ingredients. Yeah i mean how. I started work so you have to do everything in the beginning. You're not you're not see from the beginning and have like a team of thirty people that you own it at delegate rights. You have to everything by yourself next thing. That's actually krishna. New builds up on a business that grows. You have to know the fundamental things you have to know how much time it takes and and how intense it is because when you delegate the people later you have to understand what they do you know and i accept anderson what they do because that's what i did by myself in the beginning so Yeah that's surprising because just looking at the website you look you look at it and you'd think this is done professionally. They definitely hire agency for this. But it's the ceo that's uploading the product photos in the descriptions and everything interrupt here because just redone by like an amazing people. Like our siham. All alex tough months or she does a phenomenal job. I mean it's no different in the beginning. Okay so be so Obviously alex like invested so much time and she's so passionate about it so To change at all over on over all the time right so this is not how it looks like in the beginning. I mean to be very honest with you. But i'm just talking also about the whole process behind it. I mean it's still the same system that we work with so aso it's super. It's super interesting. I neurons too much on a daily basis. That's why it's not much. Basically every day is different too. So it's great. This is the perfect job for people that like that sort of stuff. I mean in the last ten months that plan x. has been around. I'm sure you you've been growing tremendously. The company has obviously been doing a lot of growing and just recently. I guess you guys raised a around ten million dollars Canadian at dollar twenty five In the stock market now. I don't know if if you guys have specific plans for when you when you're fundraising or when a press release comes out and then you guys. Sort of shifting. You're moving in in a certain direction but as of right now. Is there anything. You guys are specifically geared towards or have your eyes set on we about to develop that app so As you might notice this very very time and cost in town so that's definitely like Worked on and and will need new sponsor for also. I mean we. We are looking into potential strategic acquisitions and also working capital and general corporate purposes but also working on our on our expansion. I mean they're like so. Many plans are so many Things into pipeline so It's i mean you know. I can really talk about everything as of now. They're like many great things to come. Also abner about to open up our mortar location. And so they're like multiple things that we work on and some yeah will be announced the in the near future assault. Maybe i come back for that. Few weeks definitely more among close to it and when you mentioned your brick and mortar store. That's the location in san diego correct. Exactly but it's not just -cation santiago was so you're about to open up an occasion in san diego which also our warehouse for our e commerce business if you'll also often up location and splash in british columbia canada and very exciting in tel aviv israel so many sightings things to bring brick and mortar to patients tolerable everyone. We're gonna take a quick commercial break. Keep the lights on. Provide you with a word from our sponsor. Eating should be enjoyable simple. Make you feel completely prepared to take on every day at one hundred percent. Saint solutions sane plan is the only program endorsed by top doctors from prestigious medical schools. Proven to help your hormones brain anti gestion new start lowering your body's natural set. Wait you will lose that and balance your blood. Sugar naturally guaranteed go to saint. Solutions dot com. Today that's awesome. You guys are already going intercontinental I didn't know you guys were planning on the expansion in israel but now that you've brought it up There's a presence that you guys are creating their what. What sort of overall influence are you trying to have or is there. Are you trying to sort of develop an entire plant x. community there with with multiple brick and mortars or is it just going to be a standalone now so to to to make clear in the end we are ecommerce business ecommerce business but we are like very Strategic about our locations. It's not that we want to compete for example I don't know which like ole switz- under you ask. We just want to have the kind of our flagship locations which also will be used as like education centers but also as as kitchens to our own meals and also warehouses so why not also use it as a as appendix store where we also offer you know also that cafes. It's gonna be like fainted also like a small restaurant but you can have our your meals. So it's like more of a strategic thing but not Not actually to become like the biggest You know brick and mortar chain in the us or in tel aviv and israel. It's just like make sense to Patient but our main focus is our almost. That's okay and being that you guys e commerce. I know that you mentioned meal plans. How does that sort of play in. All of this is this. Is this going to be something. People can schedule for the for the long run. They can get it in a month in advance weaken advance. Maybe on a daily basis delivered them. What do you guys have in store. I mean you. can you can order to your home. Leg single order basically we just introduced also subscriptions of which means you can get three or five days in a row which i think is super convenient because like really try out how it feels to be like fan based in st as in a row of five days in a row because to be honest with i actually here allowed That people that have never really tried to plant based attrition for a couple days in. Oh i'm worried. I won't have enough energy or next feel on energy on a low energy level. You know. i like to work out onto this that but to be honest. I am on campus I feel great. I have a lot of energy. I have really long days. I still do my workout. And i just feel fantastic so I think it's like a great opportunity to really try it out and see how my body field. I mean you can just give it a shot. Tried out in half extra days. Full base nielsen. See how does your body chain a change hottest. Your energy will look like an. I'm pretty sure that i can prove you wrong. You won't happen. You shot but so far. The only introduced it in in canada but we expand the as soon so as far only army delivery service in canada. But i guess we would expand into the us all right and some investors they call your company. The new amazon for vegans. So i'm assuming with the meal plans you can also get whatever else you've ordered from the store delivered to your door as well right exactly so we have a. We have exciting Our our pets for like two thousands off campus products which are available in canada. And you ask album. It's only like the near delivery. Service which is so far only ended up like a sex expansion into espy soon but so far under. Us market you can also Couples thousands of based products from and baking items drinks hats throwbacks vitamin supplements Also be just launched baby products also very interesting indoor plants which i find amazing and Yeah all the products are one hundred percent this on have to worry about quantity then we dance and up. My makes like pretty unique because usually go when you're looking for campus and you want that say and based grocery sue go on websites when you're looking for also campus medics you check on a on a second website. And let's say maybe you have a doc and you want to feed him a plant based docs. Would you check on third website. You know we basically bring everything together on one pet for which makes it super convenient because you have just one shopping process. Yes wanted word processing when checkout in one payments. So i think it's too also very unique because at doesn't you that formula you know you you guys have really Shaped yourself around the the current global markets in the environment. You guys are. I'm marilyn ecommerce you have select stores into your strategic about where those are starting reminds me and i don't know why i didn't hit me sooner amazon. They have select stores as well. And they're definitely not trying to compete with the whole foods of the world and any other major changes that it's very strategic where those guys are placed. so i wanna kinda shift to the impact. Dad kogas had on the environment. Now this this is happening on a global scale so obviously i don't know if it affected you guys One hundred percent when it comes to you when it came to your game plan when you and sean may just met and he had plans for the company but did you guys have different intentions on how you were going to build it from the start that had in effect based on kobina has everything sort of streamline the way you guys and talk on i mean we started We started in two thousand nineteen and like no one ever would have imagined something like that and divided streams that we will we will have Pandemic and especially for such a long time. I mean as of now it's like one year right And when when we started like. I said we had no idea but to be honest. Like like everything like Worked out pretty well. Because we didn't have i mean it's not like adapted to the pandemic orlic changed our business model like this business model was found like that from the very beginning so For us it was actually a great timing and we are really really happy debts We were able to like build it up fast and to be there during these times because basically we are to to to bring the oldies soft it products and meals and fans to our customers homes to their doorsteps. So you don't have to if your home is so actually really happy Right on time even though it was really not like that because no one could atlanta right decided nineteen so Yeah good timing. I mean you guys. Are you guys majority outlined. Yeah it's it was meant to be i mean. Look you guys were around a year prior. Who knows what kind of explosion you might have had like amazon to you. Guys are definitely in the right direction. I love to see that you guys were weren't affected by that just just because of all the small businesses even even the ones online that are failing. Still stay gaza go under go bankrupt. it's great to see companies builds when the markets are down just like the the great depression in america back in. Oh a we've had great companies built in times like this and it looks like you guys are going to be one of those as well Now i wanna mention that plan x. is it's only ten months old it's also one of only five plant based companies to be traded publicly and in that time it has it has done a lot on the market You guys are in in canada and in the german markets as well are you guys on any other markets. So we're we're in canada and on the us market and we we acquired a company which is based in uk and we introduce that company which is a extra subscription service. Boombox step uk. We introduce that into germany actually three weeks ago so as of now we are active onslaught markets. Do you know all the tickers off. The top of your head Canadian stock exchange under the symbol of vega is the g. and we are on the on offense stock exchange to germany under the symbol w n t one and we're on the otc to be under the symbol dlt That's easy to remember for me. i always think plan. Just it's it's it's gonna pop and speaking of which i'm not a financial adviser. I don't offer advice but the stock is at eighty eight cents right now and just a few weeks ago. It was up to a dollar eighty five so it seems like it's really passing for some gap enough. I know that. I'm going to be keeping my eyes on that just because the direction of things are heading it definitely looks like that's not going to be in an all time high. That's going to stay there very long. And it's interesting to know that you guys are also on the german markets because there's a lot of influence just on a day to day trader basis that we get from from the german traders the markets being Their head of on on the the time. The time joan senator. There's there's always always about influence there i can. Can you please tell everyone where they can go to explore your online shopping platform where they can go to learn more about investing in the company escher. It saw check out our website on plant x dot com or exa dot st. And if you are interested in investing checkout investor dot bent stops awesome. And since we had sean on back in the first week of january user any other new exciting news from planets that you wanna touch on before i get into some more questions. About just julia. I mean i'm. I'm actually really happy to share that. We just it's an incredible mind stone So we our first million in revenue which is like it's it's actually mind knowing So we reached massive awesome actually pasture in december and when basically from sierra revenue for months. I'm to over one million. And i mean. We launched our website in april last year and To achieve such a huge gross revenue in that short period of time is nine and it actually proves our business model. So i'm i'm gonna have been excited about that. That's extremely good news it. Would you would think that. I felt i had to ever for anyone. That's gonna be watching the market. This we keep that in. Mind that in the back of your mind. They haven't even been around at year. They already generated ahead of a million dollars. Come in so. I don't know how that speaks to people. Investing in the penny stocks and things along that. But i mean you guys are still under five dollars a share and it's it's just a matter of time before that's not the case anymore That's like a diamond in the rough are. Julia has to now. How do you stay up to date with the plant based industry on a daily basis. Ask you need personally like our stay with the or like general any people online on twitter. Any any major accounts any newsletters that you get personally and then to be honest i am. I don't let myself influenced that much out of people. It just feels for myself rights. I know it might be a strange end star. But i don't need anyone to following your i listen to my body and for me it's the right thing to do and like i said i don't force anyone to one hundred percent fan base if you feel like eating your stage A couple of times. We just considered that. We have a nice environment around us. And if you just like maybe under the business needs It might. It might actually change the world if everyone would think like that. I think that's really important and also it will make you feel better. I promise like. I really don't think because sometimes i talk to people they're like i eat meat free times per day. I'm like okay. Wow how would you and did you like a research on that. I mean just like a candidate just advise look into that topic Just a little bit more to be. I don't wanna coined words anyone. I just think it's at least worth. I'm to try it out and yeah i think we are derides destination to give it a shot and see how it feels and then you can touch about. It's awesome okay. Well she she's not demanding that you go and try some some beyond me but it might. It might be the best ever did especially if your body's stressed out after eating two three times a day it doesn't have to be on week naked jesse plays Your stay with a bunch of vegetables or whatever. It doesn't meet all the time. So i'm also advice. I do want to be a cooking show. So i shall really really easy ten based recipe piece. It's one minute video with equity simple ingredients and i proved that everyone can do it. Everyone can cook really simple pappy smear. That's is filling delicious so there are no more excuses that on the instagram or is there a separate youtube channel and it's on our website so it's not possible to miss this. No excuse julia yourself. Trader or invest in any in any of the markets. Well obviously i mean. I count on plants but not only because everyone know i really believe in so i think that's that's very important. I also really like to say. I'm apple child i think needs to be From apple and I kind of like it's It's it's it's a difficult topic. We shouldn't be talk too much about it. I wanna do any age sends. It's amazing what's going on right now for sure. That's what's gonna happen all right. We'll leave it right there. Julia frank planet. Ceo thank you for coming on today. I look forward to the platform. Four possibly finding an entry point this week and the market is wealth for. There's another week like mid january. Where i miss out on it. I again appreciate you coming on. It's been great. Thank you so much for having me ends. I've talked to his monopoly. Won awards you guys. Were hanging out with us to the end of the show by sharing a final word from one of our sponsors american dream. You the nonprofit designed to provide our veterans obtained the education and resources. They're going to need in order to find their dream job or start their own business. They host events on military bases with the best speakers tools and information. It's thanks to our military that we live in a country where the entrepreneurial dream is is possible. It's thanks to our military that we live in a country where the entrepreneurial dream as possible. This is their way of giving back. Check out their facebook. Page or website and american dream. You dot org.

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Caught Offside: Messi, Gold Cup, Euro Recap

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1:17:49 hr | Last week

Caught Offside: Messi, Gold Cup, Euro Recap

"Caught offside with andrew. Gummy and jj davani. Oh yes bought off burbs of new york city from the emerald isle ireland andrew. Going and j j. and vani what's up brother. Hey man how're you doing. Well more importantly how are you. How's uh life in the homeland. Life homeland is great. Andrew eight. Say it's an interesting home life They've just mown the grass beside miester that fresh smell of grass in the air and also. It's it's notable for another reason. It's a europa europa europa conference league of extraordinary. Gentlemen evening in slagle But there's only four hundred fans allowed. And i shall not be one of them but temps rovers with with a big night in europe against so. There's a little bit of a buzz around albeit not as beta buzzed. Because not that many people can go to the game. I realize lago was in this competition we could we wind up with a a caught offside cup of a brand new kind. Were smuggled trail one nil from the first leg Boss the home leg they played. They played very well in the in the first leg. So and they'll have their wounded kin. Johnny kenny back to play tonight. So maybe rovers progress on its leg rovers versus tottenham for the first time since a tottenham preseason tour in nineteen ninety-one one. I am so horribly cursed in our caught offside cup match ups that i am thoroughly convinced you would smash us absolutely take us apart. That would be my expectation. Yeah maybe that's a possibility. Let's see this should be a really fun. Podcast that we have coming up for you today. There's a couple big stories in the news. obviously that we're going to get to leonov messy First and foremost talk a little bit about the gold cup. I know the the match against haiti is kind of news and match against martinique is taking place later today. Depending on when you're listening to this kind of in terms of the us men were kind of recording at a bit of an awkward moment but we will still talk a little bit about them. Some first impressions from this team in haiti match and jj of course the part of this that. I'm probably most excited for. Today is We've all had time to breathe after that. Exhilarating final on. Sunday at the euros between england and italy We've kind of allowed our thoughts to settle and we'll go through some of our final takeaways from what was a really truly fun month of soccer in europe So we'll get some final takeaways on on what went down throughout the continent but We start jj. Like i said with the big story from the last couple of days and the will he or won't he of the past year or so has now been confirmed he will leonov messy returning to barcelona. Not just returning there. But we're doing so on a five year deal. The financial terms have not yet been disclosed. But everybody is reporting. That is a significant pay reduction which was always going to have to be the case. A given barcelona's unbelievable debt and given the fact that Malaita was not even let them submit their roster or submit all their additions to their roster a guero dot is still need. They still need to trim fat. And so let's get right into it. First of all the messy angle of this. So i i will say jj when we. I remember the report happening during the pandemic and doing i don't know if it was an emergency podcast. Or what but we you know we got together and did a whole thing on messy demanding to leave barcelona that it was over and i do remember us kind of approaching it with a measured tone. Sort of a okay. Let's let's allow cooler heads to prevail here and see. Let's not jump to wild conclusions. It was certainly possible that it was the end. I believed messy in that he wanted to go But boy the the fabric of his life and career is so interwoven in that club. It just seemed hard to untangle all those threads and in the end. A presidential election took place for the club that he was almost the signature issue and with laporta. Winning like we always said about for laporta was vote for messy and that kind of wound up being the case here. Yeah from the messy side of things. I don't think this is really a surprise. And you know. I've been thinking about what simon cooper said last summer during all the drama where we thought. That's it he's gone. He's had enough of everything as essential as he's being to barcelona for fifteen twenty years. This isn't a one way street like i. I wanna forget the football just for a moment and think about Because simon cooper did a deep dive on them for a book that we hope to have a simon on to talk about. But you know. Forget the love of of barcelona which he clearly has forget the football side of things for a second. He loves living in barcelona and he loves his house and his neighborhood and the relatively considering his status as the world's most famous athlete the relative privacy of his existence. And if you think that they're only three possible top level destination for him outside of barsa so london paris or manchester if he went to either one of any of those all those home comforts disappear if he moves and i. I suppose he's kind of know you know he's had a weight. Lifted off on the international scene and he can do what he tried to do in twenty eighteen which was focus all the attention on barcelona winning what they need to win. And you know. I suppose if you if you put those angles together. This this makes sense for from his perspective Yeah i think so. And i think there's something to the allure of him ending his career as a one club man with lona. I think there is something important about that kind of four for whatever this matter somebody with for his brand not to cut across you know lino. He will consider himself a one club man even if he moves to. Mls that's you know. He didn't consider himself that but he wouldn't be. He he would be really will be. That would move to. Mls at the stage in his career at which he'd be out would be a a lifestyle move. Let's not let's not kid ourselves here. The exact reason that. I don't consider stephen girard a one club man. I absolutely consider well. You'd be wrong okay. with regards to messy in the situation like we said barcelona. This is not this is can we. Can we talk about what this means for them on the field like obviously having the on your team is his massive be obvious statement of the century and with him. You know they immediately not become remain a title contender both in europe and of course domestically but there there have been conversations about okay. What is actually best for this club now like we said i'm seeing now. Jj at sky sports and some other places that it's a fifty percent pay reduction that messy is going to be taking still an incredible sum of money that he'll be pocketing because what he was making before was bonkers makes sense given his talent what he means to the club but it was still insane so they still are going to have to make a lot of moves and get rid of players that are seemingly valuable to them You know there's there's been a lot of talk about a potential swap with antoine. Going back to let it madrid and soul potentially going to barcelona which i think you know wouldn't be such a terrible thing but again bar are gonna have to make some changes and reduce their wage structure significantly given the fact that last season they finished third that they didn't advance nearly as far as they would have liked to in europe. Are barcelona moving forward or is this you know great as messy is are they kind of just in a in a moment of plateau here. I think your moment to plateau is is a good point. I think from their standpoint in a financial crisis they have managed to keep their their crown jewel. It's a short term winge however this is the virus loaner that no longer can expect to win in with messy can't dominate domestically with them. And so it's hard not to feel that this contract might might oath the painful rebuilding process. That has to begin at some point. Nope you you you said there about you know. It's a significant pay reduction. It's still a lot of money signing meyerson of espn has tweeted this. Some reports say will be fifty percent caught if that was true including the image rights contract. His new deal would be worth thirty six million euros gross still about almost fifty million dollars excluding the image rights deal more like thirty million euros. That's ignoring bonuses. However sources have indicated that messy will be paid more and twenty two twenty three then this twenty one twenty two and it's not simply an x. Percent caught it staggered to help barcelona now buying them time to get their house in order next year regardless more cuts donated to register this deal and how however much it is still a lot of money post contracts straightforward etc. So he's still going to get a huge amount of money. Yeah it's just being front. What what's the term you guys use frontloaded Towards the end of our towards the laugh stages of the contract. You mean backloaded backloaded. Excuse me back owed. Yeah so that's just to help them out right now and i personally believe it. It's so tough to do this kind of thing and we've seen it. We've seen it regularly in american sports. I'm not you know i'm not saying. Barcelona can't thrive with messy but financially. He is still a significant burden to what needs to be done. And what needs to be done. This is the next era a complete post messy era. Think and if he wasn't willing to take much much less than he's taking no they're still hampered by so. There's something i always think about. Jj i wonder if if you remember this i think it was graham hunter that we had on When this all initially happened and he was talking to us about the complexities of nessie remaining with barcelona the political structure but most interesting perhaps to me was when he was talking about the actual on field at all. And i correct me. If i'm wrong. He used some kind of terms something to the effect of the language of messy on a as a footballer. Not like literally not that he speaks spanish or whatever like literally like a as a as a player messy is out there on the field speaking a different language than the rest of us and most of us now when barcelona were at their peak. Any esta spoke. Javi spoke it but since those players have gone away other players come in that we thought were very good coutinho. Maybe even grease men to a certain extent these players that we've seen thrive in other places but for whatever reason it seemed that on the football field they did not speak the language of messy and i look at barcelona now and i'm just wondering okay. Do they have do they. Have those guys who can coexist with him. Who can find a way to play around him. It's always been the problems that argentina. I think have had for all their great talent. Did they have guys who could coexist and find ways to play with this extraordinary talent and just so much different than everyone else out there. I think what we're in for is a fascinating season for perjury. You know just at just eighteen years old. They're still so much unfulfilled potential which is incredible to think about given what we saw last season and given what we just saw the euros Will he speak mris. Language will some of these players coming in. You know a guero like we thought when luis suarez went to barcelona that his career was kind of winding down And you know he's sort of had this incredible revival there. He spoke the language him and messy. Were brilliant together. Could something similar happened with the guero. at argentina. That wasn't necessarily the case. But maybe in a different structure with barcelona will be so. I'm very curious to see you know as messy remains. What will barcelona due to surround him with guys that they thanked can play with him. I mean there is the argument that having messy for these years these formative years of fatty and patriot is essential. So i understand that but that's an it's an expensive essentially if you know what i mean. Yeah it's going to be fascinating. It's good to have him still barcelona just to talk about fan feelings. It feels right and We see where to go from here. But i wouldn't be surprised if if something major has to happen. Andrew that means maybe we don't see him with some of the players. You suggested there like maybe we don't see him where the guero maybe not that registration that that issue falls apart although you can imagine messy fellow fellow teammate. Maybe his his disappointment if that does happen But the board have to find a way here. You know we can talk about on the field at all we want. The next few weeks are going to be all about chopping changing trimming fat nip and tuck. Yeah it is going to be interesting by the way. I speak the language of messy. I'm fluent do you are That's interesting do you speak the leaked recordings of florentino perez. So andrew before we get to spend. I have to read these quotes so I'm according here from a espn. Afc janna garcia. How degrade article Based on el confidencial which is a you know a a grit name for for publication. That's going to push this kind of stuff. So y'all got hold of tapes of conversations that tina peres have some of them from two thousand six two thousand seven some of them from twenty twelve here. He is speaking about renaldo. And by the way we could call this section of the podcast florentina calls everyone else every legend at real madrid. A loser so here we go. Here's renaldo he is mad not not as a as an angry mad he is mad peres. I'd said of rinaldo and one of the audios released by confidencial. This chap is an imbecile. He's ill do you think this chap is normal. He's not normal otherwise he wouldn't do the things he does. The last food is thing he did. Everyone around the world saw it. Why do you think he does foolish thing. It is unclear what peres was referring to regarding the foolish thing. Espn approach renaldo representatives for comments Here he is marino marino is an idiot it is not that he does not want to play. Well he's a bit normal that said he has been overwhelmed by the pressure. So that speaking in two thousand twelve from leaked audio by the way who is taping him. I was gonna ask that. I couldn't track down. Who was taping him As i put this together before the podcast i just stumbled upon it on on twitter He's not wait for this one with for this talk about slaying. The sacred cows of real madrid. He's not a real madrid goalkeeper. What can i say he never has been. He has been our biggest mistake. The problem is everyone loves him. I don't know he has so many people on his side but anyway he is one of the biggest frauds florentino perez on eaker casillas as a teenage boy played in the two thousand european champions league. Final like a legend of the club. Our biggest mistake so evil. Sometimes i get for this okay. There's a cow left to be slaughtered. Andrew he's a negative guy. He's destroying madrid and the morale of the players. So that people say it's not it's mood who are playing badly not rahul. It's terrible water. Bath kid he is. He's not going to play for madrid anymore. That is frontier florentino perez on rule in leaked recordings from two thousand and six which i mean. Didn't he leave in two thousand and eight. Four shulku right. Yeah yeah it was later than that again and legend appre renaldo club. Bona fida club legend. So don't you sometimes don't worry don't we. I think we all know people kinda like this. Where i sometimes want to say to someone like when you hate everyone. Maybe maybe you're the problem you like. All these people are bad. They're all the worst. They're all crazy. They're all insufferable like at some point. I just wonder like what is florentino perez. Like what if we got like the recordings of raul or rinaldo or marino or whoever on on florentino. He seems like joy. Yeah another recording of this from rt and other recording of peres capture going on the offensive against spanish media outlets markelle and television espinola. We have to win. The battle of america and television espanol and with that isolate them not alpes. Which does not be badly says what i like but they but dan director of afraid rather Reliable and the host of l. transistor on order on the sierra was a raimondo della. Dull marina so he was going after. The media's well meglomaniac yeah. He really is going to be more from this. I can't wait for the response. From the rinaldo camp. I'm kind of waiting for the response from the florentino camp. Yeah i can't wait for the you know. This was taken out of context. Excuse he's had some few months. Andrew really has had quite year while. Jj one other thing actually a couple of other things that just popped up here. That i wanted to mention first off yesterday. Of course it was announced officially that Gianluigi donna roma will be leaving a c milan and going to. Psg fresh off his man of the tournament performance at seem losing goalkeeper. Although they're bringing in liles keeper as a replacement so they were prepared for this but psg upgrading At a at an important position certainly and by the way on a free transfer incredible. How can that happen with a twenty two year old. Who of this of this quality. It's amazing will you talk. Ac milan fans and prior to the tournament. At least they were not Not best pleased with donna. Room behavior and the behavior of his agent. So this is not going to go over well. Espn afc tweeted a potential psg eleven and suggested they were favorites for the champions league and had a look at it. I ran my bdi across it andrew. And i like. I like a lot of it but They've donna roman gold. And we're gonna jump. Forward to the attack is neymar. And bob ed de maria. Okay the midfield variety perez and a juvenile them but the centrebacks considering the fullbacks kazaa and jimmy will be free much attacking. Imagine a kenyan particular and sergio ramos. Tono about that. I don't think. I love thy element like lots about this team locked in terms of its potency booked cambambe ramos. That's bales. that smells that has the stench of out in the semifinal May maybe but boy. The rest of that team is scary. Yeah on this one album. I mean not going to allow to do with as espn c. Have him as they do in. The center of park variety is going to be a busy busy boy and if album decides like he did against the czech republic not tracking back. Here baby Some of this though it's made a little bit more impressive when you consider like when we think of psg we think of wild spending and certainly that is a lot of how they built this club. however don aroma on a free one album on a free sergio ramos on a free. I mean that's yeah. Those are three key figures on that young man who hardly pay last season so hiding highly motivated for sure. Yeah raw is the question. Mark the compendious coming off about tournament. Yeah but i still think that he's a good player. Romo's is the bigger question mark for me not necessarily because of his talent. But i just wonder what is his availability at his age and like you said coming off a season where he was not able to stay healthy. Maybe he's just entering that part of his career and so then what do. Psg have after that if those their starting center hats i don't imagine their depth is all that impressive not week. That's the achilles heel certain. What about martinez surely mark. Oh yeah yeah. Yeah oh my god. They're really. i mean whoever. Where was it the red that could be favorites for the champions league. It's not crazy. I know it was one of one of espn fcc tweets over there. Hey you know big is emoji. Look at this team. They could be good kind of tweet. You know it's not an actual team. It's just speculation. of course all of it's speculation at this point but that team. I mean yeah the they are they are potentially scary look we can go through all the contenders for the champions league and probably find potential achilles heels so if those are psg if companion romo's are the biggest achilles heel team that has neymar pay upfront. That's okay. I could live with that a couple of others. Jj that just popped up. Your bruce dorfman have rejected. Chelsea's advances at erling haaland. I saw a report that in addition to a huge sum of money they were also going to be offering. Tammy abraham really. That's sweeten the deal Yeah greta to see chelsea continuing. You know what the solid policy of promoting from within giving you the chance. They had that summer. Where we're gonna go with youth and then we've decided Nah that's not really actually the direction that we've decided to go here. Let's go down to two hundred million road on possibly have to pay that much getting highland after. We've already paid for team verner and all the rest i was going to ask. What does anybody would wanna half holland. He's an upgrade at that position. Over almost with the exception of what like levin doffs be imbaba neymar kane. Maybe he's an upgrade over anything that you have. But i do wonder if they're willing to go all in to get him if that's if that's a sign that they're just not expecting or they're not willing to wait for team. Oh verner to come around. Chelsea donghai chelsea don't have to wait from from the beginning of the abramovich year didn't wait on shevchenko. You know Didn't didn't really work out. It didn't stop them spending. It didn't work on what was the what was the player they signed with big fanfare from holland was one of marino's one of the first big merino signings and i mean the guy highly played I'll i can see his face but whatever it doesn't matter to them. It's it's churn andrew who who's up next. Who can we get next. And also there's probably the probably for in terms of chelsea high are hierarchy making sure that their rivals don't get him either. You know yeah. That's a good point. Obviously sitting united being the likely candidates for him. But we'll have to wait. And see. Because bruce gonna understand it'll be so they're gonna see this out and then one other. Jj that i saw here. And i wanted to mention for a couple of reasons. So are in robin retired would would prompted a couple of questions for the first being. I thought that happened already know he. He he moved to his he moved on again to see the rest of his career. And we had the occasional glimpse of him playing for them but not much very occasional. He only made seven appearances Well that's what i meant by okay. Occasional themselves The definition how dare you picked me up on my words. Yeah it's bye bye on what water career android so. That is the other thing that i wanted to mention. I have no stats or information of any sort in front of me. I'm acting purely on gut Whenever we have these conversations about like greatest players of the era he is never mentioned. And i think he should be. I think he's the most underrated Maybe not not talked about nearly enough player of the last twenty years. And i agree. He's one of the premier league twice. He is a european cup winner. An fa cup winner That's not including everything. He won while he was in germany and a world cup. Runner-up no he's a world cup runner-up he's a german footballer of the year in two thousand ten champions the winner a spanish champion as well although the time at real madrid wasn't great. He's an eight times bundesliga champion at times five. Dfb polka winner. He is a fee for world club. Cup these are just a dutch champion. Dutch supercup winner yada yada The super cup charity. He's he's had a an incredible career really incredible career. I think andrew his best years were spent where in germany. And again you know. No disrespect to the bundesliga as As anglo centric is a lot of the world is people watch the bones leader on. He didn't really work out and spent didn't happen. In england it happened massively firm in germany and so weaken week out. We were not Seeing his brilliance was also prone to manny money injuries But he had an outstanding career really great career and it was. It was the champions league dot constantly reminded us cheese. He's really really good. One of my favorite moments of all time in the champions league is d. I believe it was the o-9 ten quarterfinal at old trafford Louis von holly was the manager of munich and The corner that was taken directly to him so was everyone's waiting for an inswinger and it goes right to the edge of the box. Donahue hit the corner was it's fine steiger and he catches it. Clean on the volley and it goes straight. Founders are an amazing goal with his left foot. I i know people wanna talk about. Hey start on the right. And then he caught in on the left and and do all those things that he could do. Carlos into top corner leather home all that stuff. Great but he was a brilliant brilliant footballer. I almost think that that's what makes him. Even more impressive to me is that he'd get the ball and every single person on the field in the stadium watching on television they all. Everyone knew what he was going to do. He had the one signature move essentially and like even even knowing that that was going to be his route. He could still do it and could still score. I think that's i think that's impressive. When you can like teams know how they're supposed to defend you and yet they still are unable to stop you. Yeah brilliant player on a bring in partnership with with damian dolphins. Well dolphin robin became just dislike phrase for early marino teams. They were they. Were so good so go together. It was him that had the dive against mexico in the world. Cup right yes see. I sometimes wonder if that is the part of him. That sometimes turn people off. He had a little bit of that reputation. He had seen that he had gotten into spats at various places with with teammates. Or am i making that up. I feel like. I remember being parts of different. Yeah i'd have to go back and check this specific ones but he. I think he was a challenge in character or right but not. I don't think certainly didn't seem to be that way. He i'm sure he wielded a lot of power in munich in the bear. Munich dressing room for a long time was brilliant player and by the way diving. Can we need to get off this whole thing A winger wingers of always dived forward players. Especially the the type of their he was. They will always go to the ground easy and he was an expert. Yes so congrats him. Thirty seven years old wrapping up in an incredible career. Truly let's cj. Should we take a quick break. We'll come back do a little bit a us. Men's national team a little bit of euro round up and then a small mailbag as well the smallest niki mailbag. I will permit the break now at the moment all right. Let's go ahead. we'll do that. We'll be right back when you think of the best of the best in sports journalism who do you think of maybe tim bontemps and raina banks already. Espn like vaccaro of the new york post. Rachel acts on from today. And of course woge adrian. Mole generosity of the woche pod. Saint bonaventure university leveraged the insights from these successful alumni to develop their online master of arts and sports journalism program. Sports journalists need to be skilled in traditional news reporting shirt but they also need a wide variety of digital competencies like social media storytelling podcast and mobile experiences. 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But i guess i don't know for some reason i wasn't really aware of it so on your flight home. I would recommend you. The smart lists podcast. It's hosted by jason bateman. Will arnett and sean hayes. It's three of 'em great hilarious actors. And they just have on their guest list is insane. I've just gone back over the last few days. And i'm just like re listening to some of their older episodes and i wonder if you saw this i was on the street. Walking up the block in manhattan to work the other day and sometimes if you're listening to something that's funny you'll like and you're in public you try to sort of like stifle your laugh now. I laugh out loud. i don't kill. I reached a point. Conan o'brien was on as their guests. And he's to me he's one of the most like naturally funny like one of these guys who just can't help but be funny and i was listening to that. I was walking up the street. People all around me. And i gave up i gave up. I thought you know what like maybe all brighton. Someone's day if they just look over and see a person just laughing wildly. Maybe that'll make someone happy. And so i just gave up. And i was like howling wiping like tears off my face like a lunatic as people of like on the street. Going to work around me you you because i know you're laugh. I know when you bellyache and when you really laugh hearts. I mean dot is disturbing sight for anyone who does know what's going on. It was that level. It was i was. I thought someone who's gonna tap me on the shoulder and be like to know what you're listening to. No one cared. You know how to new york city is no one cared. You look at his crazy person. Whatever if you if you took a heart attack in the street you'd be lucky to get someone to look after you. Yes seriously but it was. Mad is really funny. I recommend it. Let's see a little bit of gold cup. Jj us haiti. The other night on sunday just From like saturday of copa america final through the sunday afternoon euro final through the sunday night gold cup starting just slightly less. Why what was that last so sorry. It's it's what you know. The corp. America final european champions vinyl and then the us versus haiti gold cup. I it's a drop off andrew. Let's be honest not to me I was pacing my living room the same way i was during the penalty shootout in england. Italy it in all seriousness. This game was I kind of forgot it as soon as it ended. It was kind of one of those games. I will say this. Though haiti the us one one nil. Obviously everybody knows that by now. We don't need to go deep on it. Haiti was was pretty good A maybe if like you know ettienne who we seen. Obviously we saw every week with columbus crew. There were some chances that fell to him that you would maybe expect him to finish and it could have really made that for an even more interesting game so the us were. They were not at their best. Which i think we expected somewhat given this given the roster but it wasn't it was not Instilling much confidence but it's early. I mean haiti had a really good run at the last gold cup in two thousand nineteen so they obviously a developing country. They're getting better. I'm jeff carlisle. Put it best expectations for the united states. Men's national team are high in the gold cup regardless of who actually suits up not only is the. Us expected to win every game. In the tournament's group stage by clear margins as well failed to reach such a level and the tendency to look at the players scans begins. And i didn't see any of it i have read about it Because i'm here in ireland. Obviously and it was interesting to read some of the comments. So i i put out to our educated listenership on twitter ship. michael Fuqua said this slow ball movement disjointed lada sideways passing backwards and aronson the passing department some individual poor performances which have been noted zimmerman. Boosts your and a kosta stood out to me Patrick heater said it was an uninspiring lineup. Dot an uninspiring result. The ball move slowly. Transition defense was terrible. It got better with buccio for jackson. You'll but the lack of natural wingers is a big problem and in other tweets the name jonathan lewis popped open awful lot on his poor performance. I mean there was journalists even before the torch before the tournament when they they saw the announcement of the squad were questioning i mean. How's this gonna. Yeah tim. I you mentioned. You'll i thought he was a little bit. I like him. And i thought he was not at his best. You know i'm not gonna blanket judge guys off of this one game Do you never do no not off of in not off of one game if if he has a bad tournament. We'll have another conversation. There's a first time you've seen them that. I think he does some good things. But i just didn't think he played well the other night. I sometimes wish he would be more like attack minded forward looking forward like some of that. Lateral passing that. you're talking about. I think some of that is him. Certainly there's one other name. I did want to mention in terms of guys who what were the three that that the one Listener put out there. Buccio buccio cost costume. Yeah yeah. I would agree with those. There's another one that really jumped out to me. I thought shack more was excellent from fullback. Given the fact that. I think i think he only learned eleven hours before the game that he'd be starting it was going to be reggie can and but then. He was pulled out for small minor injury and so shack more wisconsin just like thrust into it and boy. I thought he made the most of it. I mean in terms of the united states is attack minded play in the first half especially he was part of everything So i was. I was really impressed with him. A guy who we were you know he went to laliga. We were all kind of intrigued by him and it didn't. It just didn't happen for him. There lavar take it just like it. Never he never really got a chance to break through. And now you know you kind of blink your eyes and he's not so young anymore twenty four years old and so he's moved down. He's now in the second division in spain and He's now getting chances and he played a ton last season i think he played more minutes for them For his team than anybody else on it and so he's been called back into the picture for the. Us is kind of role. But you just you know the unfortunate thing for him is that he's playing a position that is loaded right now between desk cannon brian reynolds. They're all right backs so it's gonna be hard to see shack. Moore's opportunities grow all that much from where they are now but like like we always say injuries will happen and if he can just move himself up. The pecking order one spot. Maybe two spots you know you never know. And his former what it's been but he could find it could be interesting to see if Gregg berhalter has difficult decisions to make for world cup qualifying rosters again as a depth player. Not as a starter. But i was impressed with him. I i like when guys kind of just like fall into an opportunity and make the most of it. And i thought he. Did you see the team actually matters. Because this is the team from which you're going to select the players went invariably some european stars are injured and these guys will have to be called upon and that's why you when people get upset about performances and are worried about what is essentially. Nmls eleven or a a b team. Eleven you know. They have a right to do so because they know the way. This game works tober heavy calendar again. Who's gonna be available. Who's going to be ready to go on. And that's why this matters in a different way to just winning it. Yeah What you said before From jeff carlisle about expectations. That's interesting because that is something we talked about last week. Where i i said that i am not going into this tournament with title or bust Aspirations they could win it. I don't mean to say that like there are also ran and to be. I mean to almost be semi contradictory. I i believe that a loss against anyone other than mexico would be cause for some concern. But like i said mexico one Over guatemala rennell following up their nil nil to start out this tournament. You know mexico or the best team in this tournament But the us the us. Costa rica. they. I think the united states have every reason to feel that they're right there with costa rica next so Yeah don't get me wrong while i while. I don't think that the united states has to win this trophy. I do believe that they better be there right near the end. Or we'll have We'll have more questions to ask. Come the end of this tournament certainly for sure. let's see. I don't have too much more on that because like i said i won't go one more thing. Us men's national team goalkeeper related. That wanted to throw out you. And i realized this is random. Have we just got declan. Raised by someone so david show. I don't know if you saw this. I did tweet it out for instagram'd from his From his account a picture of him training with the us mexican team in full Mexican training top regalia and some notable players took lozano's in the picture and he tweeted this picture of himself with the players training And this is the caption. So i've been trying to decode this one. Strictly dedicated to the brown pride. Just a kid from oxnard. See california walking man emoji. Mexican flag Pizon e or gl which means. I know i'm pronouncing that wrong. But it means country pride that service that looks like. he's he's on his way. Yeah that's certainly. That is how i read into it. That's yeah i mean. I guess it's not done. But i wonder if he looks at the depth chart and just doesn't with the united states. And maybe as like guys like stephan horvath. They're fairly young. Goalkeepers can obviously play for a while So he may just look at it as okay. I like playing for the us. He was on the cap nations league. Final twenty three man roster you know he might say i like playing for the us now but like there's they're stopping blocks ahead of me. Let me go check out. Mexico turns out. I like playing here too. And maybe there aren't as many So it'd be unfortunate. Like i don't want any good player to leave the american set up. But if he did i kinda i kinda get it. I suppose disappointing having the olympic qualifying and everything. So i'm speaking of ethan horvath. You has signed permanently for nottingham forest andrew in the championship which i think is a great move but he needs to be number one and just looking at the responses from city fans Sorry from forest funds a lot of fars fines are saying that kind of all. It's great to have competition for our number one goalkeeper. Which at this point in ethan horovitz career. That can't be the case. You would agree with that. Yeah yeah. I would hope that. I don't know. I guess we'll have to see how that plays out. I i honestly kit. Basically some of them are saying. It's not definite that. It won't be brice samba as number one again dot. I'm sure even. Harvard is not signing for nottingham forest without at least some kind of assurance that he will be given a running games to to prove himself. And then if there's about laughter that for the number one jersey fair enough but It will be a bad move to end up at a your exact same position not playing. Yeah i So us martinique later. Tonight's match from the group stage of the gold cup We haven't really talked much about gianluca. Buccio he came on as a saab in kansas city. Fan base. There went wild the second he appeared every time you touch the ball. They went crazy as you would expect. And he he fed off of it. He certainly fed off of it and he was really fun to watch. He brought life to that game. I think you know a lot of people who saw the other night will be curious to see how he's used moving forward because that was like i said in a night that was really not a ton of fun. He was a bright spot and he stood out so To get that in there because we do not really touch much on him. Yeah and it seems like he is set for syria. Serious interest coming from italy for him so the move to europe for him seems it seems inevitable. I mean this is a guy who the hype around him has been there for a long time. The i mean he in two thousand seventeen. He became the youngest player. Freddy adu to sign a majorly Nmls soccer contract. He was just over fifteen years old. So like this is. This has been coming for a while now and now. He's starting to get his chance with the national team and yet it's i'm sure it is imminent note. I'm sure those sporting kansas city fans were going to try to appreciate the swat can because this is your he's destined. This kid is destined for your and you could. You could get a glimpse of it the other night. So i'm i'm excited about that. Certain moving forward alright. Jj final thoughts on the euro's okay. We've had some time to digest. What was a really thrilling month. I just have a couple of categories. Here what kind of run through them. Although before we do that you know. I guess it's most pressing the fallout from the england defeat. A lot has been made obviously of the response from fans over the way things went down in the penalty shootout and the response. Unfortunately like we had talked about on the podcasts. You you will be recording last week. You manage to see just at the end right before. We stopped recording that there were already. Reports of racial abuse on social media for the players for england missed their penalties. And i just found it so given that moment It was so depressing to me that there are that there are people who would react that way. I sometimes i was thinking more about it in the following day afterwards and i think that like a shootout. It's almost the perfect way to hold a mirror up yourself as a person because like again. I'm not trying to say that missing penalty is or making a penalty. I'm not. I'm not saying it's all luck i understand. We've had this conversation many times. There is skill to at certain guys are better than others. But there's an element missing a penalty. Doesn't mean you're a crap player by any stretch of the machination. There is some randomness to it. And so to me knowing that if you step up if you're a fan and a player misses a penalty in a moment as big as that and like your reaction isn't to hug him but rather to spew vitriol and hate at him over something that has such a huge element of randomness to it then. I'm sorry like you have some questioning. Do for yourself as what kind of person you are on a but i get fans are allowed to be upset. Of course. they wanted to win that game. I understand that that was a depressing moment. Not to see marcus. Radford's reaction after he missed that penalty. Like if your reaction isn't wanna put an arm around him and instead your reaction is to go to twitter and spew racial abuse at him like what kind. What does that say about you. What kind of person how did you. You're racist and tha but take away the penalties a john. Barnes said at the start of the tournament and speaking to sports. He says the minute that about black there something This were all in it. Together or come on england feeling completely evaporate and they'll go straight to the races an un and that's what it was. There was abuse a soccer ashford and sancho immediately immediately after. They missed their penalties. Andrew people are the penalty kicks. Don't bring out the racism. Racism is always there the penalty. Kicks are merely just an avenue forest There was the defacing of marcus. Ashworth mural in wilmington which is actually turned out to be something kind of beautiful as everyone has just posted messages of support. All across the muriel. It's been it's been something lovely and something that's overwhelmed radford. He will now all also. He was playing injured throughout this tournament. He might be out till october. With twelve weeks with shoulder injury But but the fallout of of everything that happened on sunday So the the fallout of the racial abuse has quite typically slipped into the political realm Pretty potala who the home secretary Tweeted i trusted that england players who have given so much for our country this summer have been subject to virus abused on social media and she went on that they should be punished to the full extent of the law and comments and all these things and she was re tweeted by caught. Tweeted rather by tyrone mings. You don't get to stoke the fire at the beginning of the tournament by labeling are anti racism message as gesture politics which she said about prior to the tournament about players taking the knee and then pretend to be disgusted. When the very thing where competing against hopkins. Which i thought was a very reasonable point from from tyrol things. Yeah on an so. So that's been part of. The conversation has been this kind of back and forth between members of the team and or tyrone mings and and members of the ruling conservative party and the other side of it is. I can't believe this. Andrew game has hardly been disclosed yet the events surrounding the game the I suppose the invasion of wembley by ticketless fans that has been on irish radio every single day. It's now thursday interest since the since the final being discussed in the bbc. How could this have happened. Why was there so few police there. Why didn't the stewards have more Why weren't there more stewards. A and b. Why weren't they supported. More by the london metropolitan police london metropolitan police There was a guy Spokesperson outside scotland yard. The other day saying well you know it wasn't our fault. It was nothing to do with us And then there's the discussion in ardent about the viability of the joint. Uk and ireland world cup bid for twenty thirty after the when be security breach. How much damage is that. Don is there any point going forward with such a bid considering now that you way if for our are launching an investigation into how the showpiece final for the tournament ended up being taken over by ticketless fans I was listening to miguel delaney on the radio. Miguel delaney was on sky. He was on irish radio. He was on british. Radio is everywhere because he was at the game and one of the things he said and talking to security people is that they don't fear You know the kind of hooliganism we see punching and kicking in the streets. You know they don't want that but they don't fear that kind. You think what they fear is a sudden surge fans into the ground because of we've what we've seen historically happen at different groans Including his nineteen eighty-nine and You know things of that nature. A surge of fans ticketless fans are just fans general into into a ground. That kind of crowd control element is what what concerns security people and we again we then get reports I saw in the telegraph. There was ticketless fans in seats that were reserved for people and people had to go so that to sit in the concourse. Roberto mancini son. His seats were inhabited by people. Who had no tickets. He had to say in in one of the isles. I mean so that is so hard to understand where you would think all would take would be a steward with mentioned son saying okay. Well where's your ticket mentioned any sun here. It is okay. We'll person in that seat. Where's your ticket. But how is this complicated. It's complicated aid because the concourses are probably absolutely full. If you're a security guy in minimum wage you want to pick a fight with someone who's been drinking since ten o'clock in the morning. I mean on the video so the video was we saw the videos emerge of Of like a crowd of guys centered around some guy with a bucket hat who was huffing as much cocaine as he code into his nose at like twelve in the afternoon. You know this was a. I know there were people there who lost their minds. Last event occurring they they. They truly lost their minds I mean you're right to say like a store. Does he want to pick a fight. No of course not. But i like going to remove him well but so but there is protocol his students. Because at a certain point you do have to do your job. This person is handing me his ticket. Look there's someone in my seat like okay. So the store and walks over. The other person doesn't have their ticket. It's not his. He doesn't have to pick a fight but he can alert security protocol. You saw some of what happened on the concourse when when the finds rush in and stewards were abused and shouted out on a test and the initial the initial crush of fans storming the stadium. You're right. I don't know what can be done about that other than having a greater security presence in the first place. There's not one once that dan has been broken. Yeah i'm talking about once. We're in the stadium and people are in seats. That belong to other people there is. There's reasonable protocol in place. I'm not accusing anybody of not following it. It just seems to me. Nobody even if you move that. Excuse me sir. And he goes oh absolutely. I'll move problem. And he moves down the line. He's moving back into a concourse. That's absolutely packed. He can't be moved from the ground. Anyway the safest thing at that point was just probably just accepted like roberto mancini sunset. The point getting into some kind of argument. That's going to cause a bigger crowd disturbance in a bigger problem and let people just stay there Simon cooper was on the radio. As well and simon cooper was at the game and he said not the opposite of what miguel delaney said. But that there was he felt it was a much more carnival esque atmosphere. He saw 'em ticketless fans end up in the disabled seating. You know where that is right at the front of the stand and he said that there was disabled people with with their companions in that area and then also in that area crowding around them quite able bodied people who had come into the ground clearly without tickets. I pretty pretty extraordinary. But the upshot of it is that ireland is like do. We wanna go into a bit with with with the english fa. And i don't know it's still probably their best shot at hosting world cup. Why think tha i think. Span imports go now Who are going to be. The iberian bid apparently are preparing a bid. I think they've Considering the way you if will be in safran and those involved. I think they've stolen in march. Oh man that's that's entrance. What a thing to have come out of sunday's final like given the drama of the game and like you're right and by the way there was an element of danger to it. There's reports coming out yesterday. That harry maguire's father broke a couple rips in the initial crush. He was there was a stampede and he went down and he broke two ribs. See that dot is the thing that I've kind of learned over the last few days from listening to people who've talking to secure talking to people who are involved in stadium security mean you get into a scuffle so what it could be dealt with as long as it doesn't turn into some kind of mass brawl but it's the actual crushing rushing the stampeding that people can be. That's the real problem. Yeah thank god. It wasn't actually worse than Whatever was the went down Just some thoughts on the actual tournament self. Like i said i just have a couple of categories. Here we can run through a couple of thoughts on it. We'll start with the bad here. I was just wondering this is so obvious. I don't have anything profound to say about it for the biggest disappointment of the tournament It it has to be france for me And and specifically. I hate to say this because i love him and i still think he's an incredible player but imbaba think we thought that this would be his tournament and it was not. He was a disappointment by by any standard really. And i expect him to to kick on and thrive moving forward maybe uses as a learning experience. He's still so young but in terms of what the expectation was for him. Coming in. this was. This was disappointing. I've gone with france to andrew. I tink i've gone with francis a whole. I mean the only really played the football. They are capable of doing for forty five minutes in this tournament. And that was against Switzerland it was exhilarating but like a brief brief candle Turkey were horrendous. It's almost much more from them. And the dutch were as dear. Telegraph said throwing sandon or is also uefa. Forget the final for a second. Generally across this tournament the constant pandering to the governments in hungary in azerbaijan to the point where they had to distort and twist their own message on a gb t equality was just disappointed. You know if we said this before you're not have been things if you say you're four equality your four inclusion and then you just waiver on it because you wanna keep Some autocrat happy. The generally speaking i would say the the overall Format of this tournament was also a disappointment. I mean not even necessarily the twenty four team format. I mean the idea of there. Being games played across the entire continent numb. I thought it created a little bit of imbalance in terms of certain teams getting certain advantages. you know the difficulty for fans to To be a part of it because of the weather straight. Yeah i absolutely. I felt they got absolutely screwed by the by the by the system. And i think safran has said he he personally would not want. I think he was speaking in in the royal. We that you wear for wouldn't go back to this. This format again was supposed to be a one off right. This was supposed to be for the sixty year anniversary. They wanted like they had this ideal. All of your. I mean i don't know. But yeah i would say it. Didn't it didn't land the way that maybe they had hoped it would all right. Who stock rose the most. I have a few i've got. I've got a few here as well do you want. Do you wanna go first. Yes sure i mean. I'll go with my my most obvious one i. I don't know maybe. Italian fans will disagree and say his stock was already high. But i just. I just come out of this. Viewing federico as differently than i did coming in. I always knew he was a good player. Obviously he's adventists. But now i kind of him as a world elite and. I didn't necessarily do that before so for me. It's it's kind of simple. I like he kind of really upped himself up into the next ashkelon of of really talented young players So him for one The other one somewhat quickly here because we've talked a lot about him pedri again just a young player of the tournament for me for i think officially to at just eighteen years old to be playing and by the way. Jj so he played all that time for barcelona during the season then he came to this tournament and played like a billion minutes and his summer is not over. he's he's gonna be playing in the olympics for spain. This is like yeah. But but meanwhile like weston mckennie like the thought of of appeals. Second rain like setting foot in the. Us for the gold cup is just not like it's impossible again. I get it. I'm not criticizing bear halter. Just funny that like pedri could never stopped playing but like guys who played in one game for the concha captioning nations league. It's like no that's it. Shut him down. But like i saw a accord from louis c. k. about pedri. It really sums it up. This is from his own manager says what patriots done in these euros. I have never seen with an eighteen year old. not from anyone in the euro's world cups olympic games. It's something away from all logic. That's a nice thing to say to have your manager. Say about you so proud patriot. He's he's going to be just a brilliant brilliant player. I agree i think In my stock rising. I have spin zola for his early performances. And your stock always rises in your absence. Never forget that I talk variety was excellent. Kiiza and patriot have included. I think lewis enrica as a manager. His stock has gone through the roof. yeah recall is to is through the roof strong. It's not a good call because spain. We all thought that spain could only do one thing. And i think we came out of this tournament not feeling that way about them that they fun to watch that they were really like an added bonus to this tournament. Yet roberto mancini. Obviously i think whole luis enrica changing style spans. Dna still pretty solid in the possession. Game roberto mancini to do what he did with an international team. And i know they couldn't always play like that but who does in the nocco tournament of a knockout stages of tournament even even the great brazilian teams didn't always come up and play with the same kind of Spirit as they had group stages mancini for me masterful masterful performance from him span. Imports goes twenty thirty world cup. Bid for reasons. As i've already said i think luke shawl constantly ramming it down the throat of joe's marine. You know just wonderful performance. I mean as good as united fans will tell you is being for them any has to do it on this kind of stage into score a goal in the semifinal was like dotson other thing for me for twenty minutes. Garrett's okay so show giving de lorenzo such a tough time and then decided not to keep doing it. Just madness to me. I thought iron ramsey had a great tournament is well. I enjoyed his goal against turkey. As much as i've enjoyed anything I think italian football stock has risen under. This is a country who despite what people will tell you with grateful pulling nation. Well it's twelve game is in serious bother. I believe and it's not in decline but it is in bother even when you see inter-milan top team rather internacional as they want to be called You know top team like this struggling hugely financially and the whole tobacco there who was going to buy the tv deal spitting writes all of that. I think this was a grit summer for italian football. That their national team could could embody such positively and denmark as a country. The way it came together for this summer the football they played in in the wake of you know unfathomable trauma watching team it. Pass away on the field only firm to come back to life Amazing demer provided so many amazing moments in this tournament. And that's my stock risen. I had one other one which is an interesting one just like i. It's a player. We talked about five years ago and then didn't and now five years later. I thought renato sanchez. At portugal had a really strong tournament is as we saw him win. This competition as child there were such huge hopes for him and then he is about with byron. Went to swazi. Didn't work and then he kind of disappeared except not really because he's been lille where he was a big part of their title-winning campaign season. And now you know the these euros almost like a rebirth for his public profile. So what happens. There's already talked. There's already talk about liverpool. Being interested in tottenham being interested in them so we'll see what happens but he was. He was really fun to watch for portugal avenue. It needs to happen now for him as he's Just twenty three maj doing all that in your career age. Twenty-three people consider your disappointment. Doesn't seem fair but we'll see where he goes from here now and to kind of wrap it up here. Jj i'm just curious. Some of the most memorable moments for you industry moment christian sins pleasure either against russia at the park stadium and again at the park in st stadium. The visitors were belgium in that second game. Where denmark took the lead belgium. Just this was if you're disappointed that belgium didn't do what didn't go all the way in this tournament. Just go back and watch that game on. At least you've got the glimpses of this team could be that second half with izoard on what kevin de broin put on a masterclass. Kevin de boina will never play better than not it was. It was remarkable at croatia. Spain and france switzerland that bumper day of of drama. And which most people are still breakfast from your ben behind bounce retrieval finish just against the swiss incredible and include ramsey's goal vs turkey. The bowl from gareth. Bale the torch to finish But i could go on andrew. I love the the nets from this tournament. A what the goal nets goal nets were perfect. And now the forcible the show where. Jj recites poetry that no no no. The goal nets had the correct they were they. Add the correct. Hotness bay also had a nice kind of was it. It's not quite not a diamond shape. Was it an octagon shape. Think it was a octagonal just perfect and when the ball hit the net. It had a just a lovely crisp crisp finish Wonderful if you wanna see the opposite of that look at the. Us in ninety four nights very billowy like a like a big dress. Not good know. I get that and and i love the pack stadium just perfect football ground a couple from a you mentioned some of them but You mentioned the christmas in goal that might have in terms of like individual standalone moments. That might have been my favorite from the whole tournament. God that game was just so much fun. jj Obviously the patrick schick goal from halfway line offer me. We exit this tournament with that. Being my favorite. Probably the the goal of the tournament is still like that was just the ultimate like get up out of your seat and scream as that played out moment and then to others that are little. Maybe one of them is more off the beaten path. Thomas muller's miss verse england. It was for me that that might be the biggest. Oh what could have been moment of the tournament. I mean obviously that so happens the way it happens and like inland wind up. They have that route kind of paved in gold for them. Right to wembley for the final against italy and germany are viewed exiting the tournament. As just like such a disappointment. End of an era with the manager. Leaving like what are we. Think of this team going forward into the next world cup like if that goal goes in it was one the only eightieth minute. Thomas miller is one on one with the keeper and he just shanks at wide like if that goes in and they go on to win that game extra time or penalties or whatever it just so funny how perceptions of a huge sweeping perceptions in the sport or just. They're always kind of like hanging by a thread. it's just like that was such a sliding doors moment. I thought oh the germans. Isn't it football isn't it. Never write them off contract and then by the same token also involved in germany. My other favorite moment From this turn it be just the incredible rapidly changing sequence of events in the final group stage matches for the group of death where just like if felt like in a span of forty five minutes like every every permutation was happening until finally who was correct goes goal in the eighty four. Th minute for germany that finally settled things but up until that point hungary was going through it was just we talk about how this format is not great for the group stage because with three or four teams getting out of most groups. It's kinda lacks drama. But that was that was at least one situation where there was stole a lot of it in that group so it did. It did make for a really fun. A final day in the group stage. So those are those remind. Those were the memorable moments. I'm sure we miss tons more but those are the ones that struck me. Well let people can be. I'm still living on the stodgy right now. The last few days so if anyone wants to tweet us at a soccer pod caught off site pottage email dot com or caught off site east. Espn on instagram. And let us know what your favorite moment was from the tournament. Dr your least favorite moment. Please speaking of which Before we get out as shot out different ways to get in touch with us. I believe you through together. A mailbag just like moments before we we logged on here today yet. Quick mail busy just to let people know we're still interacting with them as always kenneth baker responding to the euro semifinal episode. Wow what an episode. George washington d do chop down that cherry tree. No ma'am it was old hatchet. Andy there he is in the neighbor's yard now bringing you back to colonial times it was me all along. Italians getting naked. Don't haze from zachary zachary. This is one of the best pods. I've listened to in the last two years of listening it's the content. It's your willingness to go there talking about what we want to hear andrews field andrews field through his eagles cowboys. Comparison was hilarious. And also poignant then. Jj reminding truly new order. Is everything exceptional broadcast mates. This has been so lovely. Thank you thank you. Thank you people. Signed by the way the i did enjoy. Final are are your two thousand. Eur two thousand euro twenty. Twenty final podcast. I thought that was really good. Yeah certainly certainly fun to do now allowing ace okay. I'm allowing ish I'm permitting it as long as you don't go on too long and bore everybody then you know when taking it out not even want it if if i if. I'm going to have roadblocks and like guardrails around me. I take back. The freedom of expression is very important to me. So raymond barre and next pod any chance we can get an update. On spurs sandy's thoughts about tottenham next season. I have this feeling. It's going to get worse. And the insanity of mendez running the club. I mean santee. Santo managing could be the perfect setup for the complete rebuild. That is coming. However i shout newness berta santo could be perfect to rebuild now not just started but do it. He uses bills young talent. Unlike spurs andy's best friend forever marino don't know about that that's been on. I need to know what happens next. Jj you understand truth while andrew always wishes and loves. He's a hippie. Our andy andrew spurs e update. There's not much to update. I mean we talked about the new. No appointment. I gave my thoughts on it which was basically wait and see like there's some managers if they'd hired kante. I would've said this is great. We can get behind us with no. I can't say that. I think he's a wait and see appointment do you worry. Do you take to cut to the quick hair. Do you worry about The ca- tentacles of mendez now being within your No i don't i mean. Should i be you what what are you. What are you implying that. Suddenly a lot of players the tottenham shouldn't have on their team will be brought into the fold. Just some of that that he would be defacto. I mean it could be like director of football. Look if if what did he say that. I'm all love and hope and your mr real or whatever which is utter nonsense but at any rate like it could also be a good thing in terms of like he's a super agent and has connections to very talented really good players. It was a good. I mean whether you like it or not. What a wolves fan say. It was a bad connection for that club to have no spos- not it's so i don't know i don't think he's going to be i. Don't see him as running the team. I think that that's a miss. What if we if we look at the template that was laid down and the article by tired panja where his client guitar. Also ask fiorentina to sign three. George mendez players. They refuse to and it caused problems. Well that's fiorentina Okay we'll see by the way. I'm not i'm not. Casting aspersions in charge mendez. Just over legally clear. George mendez is an adviser wasn't advisor at wolves on he's an agent of football agent. I'm not suggesting any impropriety. So yeah. I don't know. I don't know what his what sort of influence he's going to have over. Daniel have no idea But yeah i mean look we'll do. Epl preview podcasts. And i'll have more time. I guess to formulate thoughts on time. I guess the most basic thought i have is that they're they're probably not as bad as whatever we think. They are right now because of the low morale of what last season was for them until until anything has settled with harry kane. It's hard to have any opinion of them because he means so much to them so if if he goes it's a huge blow but if he goes and they recoup that money in ways that are beneficial to them moving forward then it may not be so bad so it's almost hard to have a final analysis of them at the here we are what july fifteenth it. It was on you. Yes it was as a matter of fact news even more unfair for you to say So i'm going to ask you this question now. Let's just hope you don't bore everyone like like you're your you know the godfather of of entertaining content. I mean my goodness andrew. Can i rescue this for you. Know i wanted to die on the vine. No i want you to be happy with me as we go to the end of this podcast. And there's only one surefire way that we can do that. It's by slagging off arsenal so ours the last two one to hibernian in a preseason friendly and their fans are freaking out. So i saw so i didn't. I didn't dawn on me. That arsenal were playing hips. Like i i wasn't even thinking about preseason friendlies already happening so i was on twitter and i saw arteta out was trending. I thought what happened at the do something like is he in trouble and then i saw oh they lost a friendly to abs and so yes the fact that got trending off of a defeat in a in a pre-season friendly was kind of that was funny to me. I will i will. I i saw. The freakout was hilarious. they were two nil down until the eighty second minute when emile smith role polin backing it is phony. It's unfunny i mean. Everyone loses preseason games. The one cares and they. They had a pretty strong team out that obama pro front in katya with him William was playing l. nearly cedric. Yeah one of the funny things was that arsenal fans weren't happy with the that's put it. Willians preseason shape his summer bod well. it's fifteenth. He's got a month. Yeah i do wonder now like with with the euros. Having entered it almost seemed like there was like an unofficial ban on transfers. While that was going on when now are we gonna see just the rush of moves. It has to be coming because really nothing much happened. I mean obviously donald room moving a big deal after the euro's but it must be coming. When is the patrick to newcastle announcement. Jj a doodo at someone tweeted out a straight after. I can't remember what podcast that you and i said. Oh patrick schick to everton. Our new newcastle was on the cards. Unlike the liverpool echo reported everton in talks which six agent is written in star. It certainly was. This was fun. Yeah i enjoyed very much. We'll be back with you of course next week with another one of these whenever take a week off. We pride ourselves on that. We'll have door. I'm on vacation and we're doing this. Yeah we'll have more Us men to discuss as the gold cup continues. We'll see what goes on as things continue to trent transpire and a transfer window So there will always be things talk about and the oh my god the olympics. Starting so we'll have a lot of. Us women's stuff to get into as they go for the gold so it's fun. This is always fun man. I hope you enjoy your Remaining days in ireland with your friends. I'm going to. I'm going ongoing. Thank you andre. i'm going to go on frolicking. The newly mown grass now what an image. I can see it like i can actually. It's an image can actually see. Yeah because you're a you're imagine me naked. That's the problem. No no not naked but like kinda with like some kind of oshkosh. B'gosh overalls are maybe like a pinwheel hat that kind of thing. Let's all sit with that for a while all right. Hey this was fun man. Enjoy it. I hope you don't sneeze too much. Sometimes newly mowed grass can do that. Enjoy your frolicking to you. I say icee secular. Hey boy zia take care. Listening to caught offside soccer podcast.

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That's w. o. m. p. l. y. dot com slash. Make me smart. We got it drew. Awesome just dominica. Time ran was thirty comes earlier. Everybody rozelle welcome back to make me smart the friday edition. We're trying to make the day make sense trying trying try. And i'm amy scott. It is happy hour. Friday which is also known as economics on tap. The livestream is up and running. Thank goodness and who's joining us on youtube. Awesome all right so we'll do it the the standard way we do. Friday's we'll do. A little news will show. We're drinking maybe in reverse order of that and then we'll do half full half empty I think it drew in today. I don't know the lien is on the board today. drew just at the silent hearthrob. Marketplace's back amy. I'm i'm happy to see. You got closet all dressed up. that's awesome. Yeah he can see. This is a moving blanket. In the background it absorbs the sound skipping. It's spring and nobody needs to reach in here for their coats anymore because that was a problem. What what are you drinking. I've just got some bourbon and soda. But i do have a I have a death star shaped ice cube in honor of george lucas birthday today. So happy birthday apparently yeah. I learned that on twitter. I'm not as much of a nerd as this may suggest but yes good january. It's like just bourbon. And i'm like malaita keila. That's all i got. I got to cuba. You know it's all good. It's all good. It's my simple drinks. You what what are you drinking. What's on how. I'm doing my standard beer. i've got a brewery west. Dig my earth hazy. Quite nice quite refreshing. The first of what. I anticipate will be several this afternoon. Just you know 'cause Okay let's dig into the news. I wanna saviors. Because i saw your earlier and and i pass just amazing so let me let me blow through mine and again. It's like point seven five abuse. Neither of them are full story and through the easy one. I so dark. Side the hacker. That hit colonial pipeline. On last weekend. I read in the wall street journal. Today is disbanding it shutting down which i find fascinating for a couple of reasons number one. It's like a company going out of business. They did what they meant to do. And and they're done but also apparently the journal reports these kinds of of i was gonna call it company but these groups Do this all the time right. They make their hit. The press gets really hot and authorities are looking at them and then just to disband and go away which makes the problem like forty seven thousand times more difficult to find the guys who did this or the women. Frankly you could. Who knows. And i think that's really just a sign of the struggle and challenges that we face you know. I just think right because they disband in the name pop up somewhere else right right right exactly. I mean they're not going away right. They're coming back in in some different guys I don't remember too and mariel talked about not mariel Megan mccarthy korean with talked about this on marketplace this afternoon but this whole mask mandate thing and the decision yesterday. By the cdc while ye. I'm all in favor of it is causing all kinds of stress and concern at the local level. And when i say a local businesses i on the on. The retail level like trader. Joe's has said is not going to require masks anymore. Walmart is apparently going to stop requiring masks but other companies are and what we have now again. Is that thing we were in in the beginning of this pandemic where like some clerk making sixteen dollars an hour is in charge of enforcing mask policy for the company with what are going to be really irate customers who will legitimately say the cdc said. I don't have to do is anymore but the company does in the is allowed to do that. And some poor person. Who's on an hourly wage is like i just wearing of mask man you know and i. It's a little challenging and i think it would have been nicer had the. Cdc said look in two weeks. We're gonna make this policy move or something. Of course maybe. That's not realistic. Maybe everybody would have just got. Oh come on do it now so yeah and it raises again. The question we talked about yesterday which is like do we bring the kids to the store. You know people aren't mass. How do you know who's vaccinated. Who's not so there's a there's a class of citizens who are unvaccinated and we'll be possible future are are just like what do i do now. How do how do we trust the system so not to put you on the spot but we talked about this yesterday. What are you gonna do with your kid. You know we talked about that this morning. i think we're going to keep doing what we do. They're going to wear masks inside outside. I'm less worried about it. And probably i'm not going to take them to these public venues where there are a lot of people and you have no idea who's vaccinated and and who's not right. Yeah right that's another thing by the way the honor system part of this while in theory it should work. It won't because people are jerks and that's kind of too bad you know. Yeah not everyone that everybody's a jerk. We gotta count on The non jerks outweighing the jerks. Yeah yeah for sure all right so let's get to yours. I just think this is an amazing story. I think it's so so interesting. I knew to okay. So buzzfeed found president. Joe biden's van myo account and at first glance. I'm like okay. So now they can pay him some money. I mean what. What's the problem. But but it's a privacy issue for for really for everyone and national security issue when it's the president but basically the president had mentioned you know casually in the new york times that he'd been mode his grandchildren and so this had folks at buzzfeed thinking but maybe we can find his account. They found it in less than ten minutes. And along with that they found a dozen biden family family members and then kind of mapped out this web of the president's children grandchildren senior white house officials in all of their contacts on the app. Because you can't hide your friends. Whoever you're friends with on ven mo is public is public information and so you know then most been which is owned by paypal has been You know under the spotlight for a while for making its Transactions public by default. So if you sign up and you're not aware of this like everyone you're on the network gets to see who you've paid so like if you're paying your therapist for example you know oh my friend. Just pay their therapist. Yes right or you know. Maybe it's innocuous things like pizza. But i don't really need to know who my friends are paying but right yes. I turned that off as soon as i realize it. But you can't make your list of friends private. There's no way to turn off that setting and so you know when you think about the privacy implications Maybe that therapist for example has a every client on their friend list and people could find out who they're seeing with are working with or survivors of domestic violence might have an abuser who uses their social connections to try to track them. So you can think about all the implications for for the president of the united states quickly. Of course shut down his friends. He just unfriendly them. Apparently but you know it makes the rest of us kind of wonder. How can this information total. What can we do about it. Totally and i'm not one for for. Oh my god know. I have no privacy online but but every now and then stories like this the gbi. Because it's the thing you hadn't even thought of and and you're just like really do we have to. I don't even know. I don't even know and then honestly just just to be to be completely honest. The idea that joe biden whoever's minding the store for him cyber wise right because it's not like he's sitting on his iphone van mowing his grandchildren. Or maybe he is. I dunno whoever's minding the store for him really blew. It really blew. Yeah you just don't get to be. I think the president right right right. I mean they made they gave obama like especially ipad or something for the for the pd. So anyway i think it was kind of finding that you only had less than ten friends on there which well over. Yeah look. He's been around a long time. And i'm sure you know chuck grassley would inject athletes. Don't drink work or something. I don't know you're not friends with me on van mo i'm gonna i'm totally see can pay me. Oh my god. I actually just started up. Venue very long story about my wife controlling not controlling my wife managing all of the money in our family and i have no clue as i've learned that i need one of those or its next. It's such a lifesaver all right so it wasn't that here's what we're going do. We're going to do a little bit of. please please. please help us out. 'cause number one we need to and number two We need to I got a package this afternoon from. Fedex which is sitting inside the front door and i haven't opened it up but it is a brand new marketplace tote bag and tote bag is of course for fundraising season. I think it's a little on the nose for public radio. Fundraising thing but that's just me. Nobody asked her handle or some. I know it's almost ended up. No no it's not canvas material. Leather straps Data to the beach. Take the farmers market wherever you want Tony's going to post a link to it by the way in the comments But if you're if you're just listening you can you can see marketplace dot org slash. Give smart which is the link also to give. But here's the deal number one. This is not your average public radio. Tote bag it was designed for us by a make smart fan named audie. Norman he has done drawings of me. And molly if you saw the one of molly driving motorcycle with sidecar looking mildly terrified fat is it. That was ati kinda cool. You should check it out. It's really you give smart. Yeah yeah it. It really is an audi- super talented. Actually i should hire him to do some personal things where my family or whatever but anyway marketplace dot org slash give smart There is a lincoln show notes. And here's the bottom line. I make fun of fundraising a lot and stephanie. Patterson if you're listening to this. I'm really sorry for doing that but we could not do this. Show without you. Mean molly and amy and kimberly in into euler and meghan mcardle carino and merrill cigar who sit on this pod sit in on the spot every now and then and important fact everybody at marketplace. Couldn't we literally would not have jobs If it wasn't for all y'all So just know that and know that we know it And if you can help us out marketplace dot org slash give smart or there's lincoln the show notes and there. We have the best listeners. I just you wait and totally. Do i love our listeners. Also i got very serious there for some stupid reason but drew saved me from that. No all right so half full half empty. We give our predictions on Whatever drew the secret heartthrob of marketplace Tells us. I think this is your first time in the barrel so nothing nervous about making the bottom line. You can say whatever you want so drew hit us up with number one would you. Are you half full or half empty on summer camps. Oh so. I did an interview this week with Mister nissen whose first name i've forgotten. He runs friendly pines in prescott arizona. He's retiring this year after forty something years with the camp but they're back in action they're back in action because number one they have to be for business but number two they can be now after last year taking it off. I am full on summer camps. I think kids need to just get out and run around. Foster parents need them to be somewhere somewhere. Their parents totally half-full. Our kids are going to camp can't wait. They're going to be masked as we discussed earlier probably most of the time except in the pool because they need to learn to swim. I mean my kids lost a year of swim lessons. That's right yeah. So i'm i'm half full for sure. Excellent for drew druid. How about the vaccine perks. What a vaccine perks. Like when like governor. The governor of ohio has given out the lotteries vaccinated and We got beard a baseball tickets from local beer to baseball tickets to a pound of crawfish in louisiana to as was said. The governor of ohio is going to give away a million dollars every week. Somebody who's been vaccinated. Here's the deal. i think. I'm half full but i don't know because incentives are funny and if you skew incentives then then weird things happen so can i do like quarter full. Quarter full yeah. I'm with you on that. I'd like to think we don't need to bribe people but on the other hand you know we want. We want to reopen. We wanna go. I'm pro vaccine. I'm just going to say it so You know whatever it takes to get people to get the shot ferment. I'm runoff yep. I think it'd be pro vaccine by the way just for the record anyway. We have a program of affordable broadband subsidies. Yes we do and i saw that. Go by somewhere the fcc. Or whoever's in charge of that i think is the fcc is is making look. everybody needs broadband utility. I've said then on the record. I think it ought to be regulated like utility provided like utility. Must have if we've learned anything. Benthic gotta have brought is gonna say yeah. We've got people parking in library. Parking lots to work. Yeah access very so far. We're pretty half full. So we're we're very full today. We are very full interesting. All right drew very in agreement with each other. Well let's end got yeah right. I'm sure there's something kind. I disagree about i codes about. Qr codes is the next one. God i miss this one. What what what about him. So here's the deal. so scott. Tong did a story for marketplace week about codes and how they are becoming more of a thing in the pandemic because initially it was a way to be contactless with a bunch of transactions. I did qr code thing on a bike. rental place. tahoe scott's story was about Qr codes at a restaurant for menus. I mean we've all seen them. I think is generally. It's fine it's convenient. It's i have no problem with them. I'm i'm half full. Did i miss some kind of risk or downside with this. Because i agree with the airport recently. Used it to order food at multiple places so that i can with the kids while my husband went around picking up the food and you know it was pretty convenient. I don't see why we don't do it. But i feel like i must be missing. What's the privacy hook right. no sorry. I'm just glancing at the At the youtube comments everybody's full fuel trying to comment so full. Well you got to fire up the that's the thing. This is a two screen operation on friday afternoons. Alright well downside. Is you need a phone. Jeffrey lee says which. Everybody has Stephanie for menus. Not so much for other stuff you know. I'm i just learned because i'm this kind of person. I just learned that you can just use your camera to get the cure. I thought you needed app. So you know like oh. Amy joined the accessibility issues. For people. like me me. If i remember at the end of that story scott hung out at a qr code for a hotel in. Nobody's scanned it for an hour. Well that's right house really reporter. I need to hear that's right. And that's where i came. I came out of it. I was like wow on our waiting for people to scan that you are nobody. Did that suggestion right there to the at a construction site. You know what. I think i was making dinner during this story. Sorta in and out. I'm a listener to as as is this story of everybody's marketplace live. I was making dinner. I heard a little bit of it. And you know whatever. Oh yeah right all right one more two more. What are we okay. The malls comeback malls making a comeback. There's gotta be something in my wheelhouse. Drew come on. Loan factor is not in charge. He's just the malls are making a comeback. You mean as schools and senior living centers and and the business you know office parks our malls making alabama. Now okay. well. Simon property group is betting on a retail and possibly adjusting lease rates to incentivize people to Open half empty on this. I'm half empty. I gave me a to click this time. I'm super prepared. No that's awesome. That's yeah. But i i'm really i'm struggling to buy it. I mean the death spiral of the mall has been in the making for a long long time. I mean yeah traffic. Pick up a little bit but yeah it. It's drive around driver. Look at look at those empty and we're also in griego. Yeah well that's that's all right. I have common sense. That's all I guess we're done. I guess we're just that's very polite way of telling us to shut up and move on with program that's right that's right all right so we are done. It's friday afternoon. All y'all oughta go do something fun I'm back mom monday with molly next week though. Here's what we're gonna do on tuesday. We're going to take on the inflation debate How worried we be. What's the big hullabaloo. What's the worst that can happen. Why is larry summers still talking about inflation and what is have to say. We'll talk about all that stuff. Send your questions. Comments make smart at marketplace dot. Org a very large shout out here to amy scott for for hooking us up on thursday and friday afternoon jumping in and we really appreciate for having me. It's been fun. You betcha you betcha there. We go in charge. I know right there. Yeah mirsky brera is in charge of this podcast on a daily basis. Tony wagner is our digital british. Stephen beyond is a video producer. Also our shows social media. Intern is emily mccune. Erica phillips newsletters are making me smart explainers. Today's program was engineered by the fabulous drew. Said ben tolliday. daniel ramirez composed our theme music donna. Tam is the senior producer and the executive director of on demand is sedarat niyaz twenty. I always pronounced rejoiced. Add as with a t. But it's not really it's it's a deep trust at joss dad. Well i'm just what you said it. The right way said it on drill has been in my house. He set me up in denver. So we go from there. You know i would like up there in colorado someplace.

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UTOPIA: the Callaway Cut

Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything

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UTOPIA: the Callaway Cut

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The conceit was that for each episode. I would talk to a writer or philosopher type about the idea of utopia and why we humans can't seem to pull it off and t always andrew. Callaway would visit a realize intentional community. At first i felt like i chosen the good job is i didn't have to cruise around america sleeping in my car or outside but as soon as andrew started calling in from the road telling me all about how he was partying with pagans in the woods. I remember being insanely jealous. And now after spending a year inside here on the island well. I'm even more jealous. Andrew recently put together a super cut with some updates on how some of the people in places he visited are doing today. We're gonna call this one. Utopia the callaway cut sam really trying to like stay away from the idea of commun- i'm like this is not a commun- but some lords communal and i don't know how to reconcile that yet. Dustin nemo's didn't have the money to homestead so he decided to start a community with other people that have the same value system as us. Voted trump. And stuff you know. Quality people dustin convinced some quality people to pony up the cash for a plot of land in the dense forest. We cut down couple trees mostly with an ax which sucked. There's a creek on the property. But i didn't get to see. I can take you down there and show. You probably will get ticks that way for now. It's just him and his wife she's like pregnant so she's refusing to help me lift stop. She says it's not good for the baby. Do you have another job income right now. Are you focused fully on the wife. Works at a restaurant in town. I still have some passive income from online stuff. i've done like affiliate marketing in such that from like blogging thumb. Well you know what. I'm a pretty honest person. I was involved in some adult stuff at one point and That gave me a nice passing. Come sit on that like like like hosting or like acting Acting you know it'd be waiting tables. Which is what. I was doing before and I actually made enough to like. I had multiple apartment buildings and stuff. It's probably the best thing that ever happened to me. Losing all that money to Lady who who's under investigation. I don't want to see her name but despite their conservative leanings dustin is convinced his fellow non-communist won't judge his porno pass in fact he certain community will be free from cultural conflicts. 'cause if their shared love for the book that inspired the name of dawson's community golz retreat. John gall is a fictional character in an an rand book. Don't hate me. John goal saw the problems society and and much. Like what we're doing here. He decided to To leave he said that. I'm going to stop the engine of the world and we're going to leave and let the other people that were mooching off the productive. People learn the hard way because they won't listen. So in the in the fictional story they went to a secret place called gulfs gulch and the economy probably fell apart after that. I haven't even read the book honestly but You know i've i've. I've seen some quotes from iran round. Now at this point. I feel like i've probably read half as you can imagine goltz. Retreat didn't last very long in fact just one month after the segment originally aired dusted. Nemo's changed course. He went back in front of the camera starting youtube channel of his own and can read all about what he's been up to because while dustin may not have read atlas shrugged. He now has a book of his own. Cunanan's book an invitation to the great awakening shot to number one on amazon's list of bestsellers a fixture in the queue world in two thousand eighteen publish q. And on an invitation to the great awakening making him quite literally the guy who wrote the book on you so the fake news has really gone from ignore in on to attack. And it's beautiful to see first. They ignore you then they ridicule you than the tank you and then you win and we are winning my friends. I was on my way to treat. I wanted to record an origin story. But as i drove away i never would have dreamed that years later. That guy would be leading one of america's biggest and most powerful communities and he really is one of the leaders you can even see him and the new. Hbo documentary series. This is a new movie from disney of all places and you guys know how i feel about disney it's filled with pedophile 's and abuse. And just saying there it. Is you see that's big beautiful brazen right there on the chest. Is this guy sure. But i wasn't looking for cute. Tokyo in fact cunanan represents pretty much everything we wanted to escape from back in two thousand seventeen was right after trump was elected and he was bragging about the size of his nuke button and pulling back every climate regulation. Possible all i could see in. The future was mad backs and now on the one year anniversary of the covert lockdown. It's clearer than ever that. No one is going to protect us from the next apocalypse. If we want to save the world we're going to need some big radical utopian ideas talk. I wasn't looking for anything. In particular i mean i was dropping acid experiencing revelations and it was changing my life and my perspective about everything bill swiping a founding member of one of the oldest hippie. Commune said still around today. The farm we really started the farm in seventy one back in the days when it was mother earth news and back to the land girl your own food and get out of the city. We started in san francisco and we left on october. Twelfth nineteen seventy. I think it was columbus. Day coincidence out to discover america when benjamin sent me off to find utopia. This is what i had in mind not anything. Columbus related more. Just that i wanted to drop some acid ask some revelations and get off the grid. That's what fielded at the farm in summer town. Tennessee conveniently located less than half an hour from gulf retreat. I wanted the next stop on my trip to be a place with real staying power. So i could find out how to make a utopia that can last. The farm was one of the biggest hippie. Commune in the world and it was a full blown capital c. commun- there were no personal possessions on the farm and according to fill everybody was welcome to join it. Anybody that wanted to come here came here. We had what we called an open gate policy. This to me is an incredible thing about the farm. Most commune's kept their gates closed or fell apart. After troublemaker showed up the farm built their own school and said we can teach people to live and community. I had one kid. That was a committed kleptomaniac. He lived in my house and he would take stuff and put it all under his bed. Is if you're never gonna find it and we took care of him. There were kids that were in our school that were probate to the arm by local courts. Say well if you can live with the hippies stakes leak well. I won't put you in jail. This out there the hippie farm. We were really trying to do things extraordinary things. We had a proposal in the seventies that we publicize that pregnant women that were thinking about having an abortion we would say. Don't have the abortion. Come to the farm. We'll deliver your baby for free and then we'll take care of your baby. If you ever want it back you can come back and have your baby okay. Problematic antiabortion views the side. That is an extraordinary thing to offer. Drop off your kid here and pick them up. Whenever you want by the end of the seventies there were nearly fifteen hundred people living on the farm and half of them were kids. But by the time i arrived on the farm things have changed right now. Our population is probably averaging in the none sixty maybe even older average it turns out that if you want a utopia that can last. It has to be able to adapt. We had too many single moms too many kids. I don't mean to many. It was just that we couldn't afford these. These people we had a new start in eighty three which is the point at which we said. The communist thing isn't working at least not at the scale we're trying to do with fifteen hundred people. Let's make it a co-op even if it wasn't just an issue of the economics we were maturing. We started having our kids and families. We got to the point where we said. We want to manage our ourselves. The changeover was an example of how we could adjust that we could be flexible about how we maintain the community being flexible. Meant figuring out how to go back to capitalism since everything was shared and everything was owned in common. How do you decide who gets what you know it gets to be. you know. there's all this stuff. What about that car. That's been used for the midwives you know who gets that and you know there are people that left. The didn't really wanna leave but they had to because they couldn't afford to stay. Yeah i it was hard. A mass exodus followed in two years over a thousand people left. Today they're under two hundred residents for me pulling up to the farm. Felt like walking into a ghost. You took the only reason. I even met fills. Because i was staying with him. I walked around the farm for days looking for somebody anybody every once in a while. I hear somebody laughing off in the distance. But i never found the party when i set off for the farm. I was hoping to drop some acid have some revelations. Now i wasn't even sure i was gonna find a second person to interview. I was getting nervous. First gulf retreat. And now this this utopia show is gonna suck. People have a really big expectation of like a lot more community happening. Then they come in on the surface. It really doesn't look like it but it takes a bit more than five or six days to really get the feel of like okay there. Are things happening. You just have to be kind of like in on it. Thank god. I laura three years ago when she was twenty five. She was on a road trip with her boyfriend. They stopped by the farm. Check out the geodesic dome and they never left. sometimes. I just like him lying in bed. I'm like i can't believe this. Is my life. Like i'm in tennessee. Like with all these crazy hippies. It's great. Laura is baker but if she wants ingredients she's gotta drive to croakers because these days. There's no farm on the farm. There's a lot of gardens. But yeah no back in the seventies. It was huge farm but when it came time at the changeover in the eighties when people are like okay and start making money. No one really wanted to take on the farming. Because there's not a lot of money to be made in fact. Laura has to commute two hours to get to her coffee shop job in order to make money but she has big dreams for this place. Part of our goal in being here is to attract more people our age and show that like the farm has so much potential. Obviously already done all these great things we could be like reviving things like for instance. I want to have a bakery on the farm. There used to be a bakery here. There's potential to like be doing all of these things again. More farming and food production and more and more people. My age are interested in that. Laura helped me see. The farm could be so much more than a suburb for hippie retirees. But still for me. I mean if i was coming here with a partner laura. Did you know that'd be one thing but as a single guy and my twenties. I'm just not sure. I wanna live somewhere. The average age is over sixty. But according to laura i might not have to worry about that for long. She knows how to bring in millennial through airbnb. We have made so many good connections through airbnb of people who would not normally come to the farm. Jason who is our facility manager. His partner booked us through airbnb. She had never heard of the farm. She wanted an outdoor hippie retreat. She found us met jason and now has moved to the farm. All because she found us through airbnb just blows my mind that people find out about us through that and just totally fall in love with the players. Just change the direction of their life. It was time move on out from the next utopia. i really wanted to go off the grid someplace. It's not on arab. And fortunately i had a connection my french teacher from the seventh grade. Molly sent me an invite to a secret. Facebook group for pagan community called the valley of the dragons. I wasn't really sure what to make. Money was being kind of cryptic about what all is going to go down there. But i trust her. She is one of the best teachers i ever have. She made me feel like the kids who laughed at me and called me a weirdo. Loser were wrong. I did sort of get the idea back in french class that she was up to something though you know. She gave me a book by martinez. Saad which was a clue. But now i finally have a chance to find out what was really going on and i was excited to get one last lesson. I old teacher. When i pulled into the campground i knew i had the right place because the first thing i saw was a huge stone dragon there are already people getting their tents. Set up and i was happy help. I have to admit that. I get skeptical any time people start talking about things like magic know but i was hoping that as long as i was here maybe i could pick up the basics that some people are trained and some people just born that way and that was me that is mama bon sixty eight year old natural born pagan. She feels real lucky to have found this place. They laughed at me and stuff. Kid talked about magic. So quick doggone about it went through life for a long time. Forgetting all about who i was until i met these people that were just like me and i was like i've come home. I found this place in when i walked through the gates. Everybody kept telling me. Welcome home hopkins another pagan who is super happy to have discovered this. These people don't know me but they're welcoming home like that's pretty cool. People jumping in like you did to help set up tents and things you know absolutely awesome community and i said this is what i need to be a part of. I felt pretty welcome to you know. Even though i had a microphone. Everybody was happy to talk to me. And after all the tenths percent setup. I lit a cigarette. And i started exploring and i found one of those things. The kind that you would put your head into in your hands. It's called a pillory. this guy. solitaire explains me. Why there we're kinda into ropes and chains around here. We have that reputation and we own it. It also comes in real handy if i catch you. Drop a cigarette butt on my yard before. I could explain that i always hold onto my butts. Malaita came to the rest. Hey you mali's been coming here since. She's nineteen nineteen ninety. Four and i was in pagan group of virginia attack and we found out about it from some website that it was posted to on accident. We had an epic good time then ended up like naked and painted red. And yeah that guy. Green with molly is brent friendly pagan neighborhood lawyer. Molly was the one who first brought him here to help her friend. She was a lesbian and kentucky in nineteen ninety-seven and her partner died and everything listener partner. Three little kids so we needed likely will services for free. She a very conservative family. So we did. Magic to manifest brent long story short yes we said we need a we need a pig and lawyer and then there was and we brought him here and next thing you know. He bought a big chunk of land. We'll say that that we convinced him. We sure convinced him. Didn't we brent. We sure convinced you that you wanted to buy land. Any ended up moving here to with her son and he was exposed to a lot. One festival we were at there was a woman who thought he was. The reincarnation of alister crowley and who decided that she was going to pretty much seduce him when he was like fourteen years old and she was like a stripper. Really good looking just you know. If if he had been a girl she would have gone to jail but as it was you know i would not be cool with that happening to my son. I kick that bitches ass over my were larger back in the nineties in two thousand way bigger crazier naked at anymore effort now. The communities more solid stable. You've got families and you got longevity going just fifteen people come in three hundred fifty people coming to party and have original experience people committing is to being here so that's different learning got over there. Hopton prince golf car and went on a tour. This is avalon. Used to be a big bonfire in the meadow here and we saw good is burning these electric wires then. We stopped by the dragon. Full this is a very sacred sacred space. We put a lot of people's ashes here further off from the campgrounds and the drum circles showed me. Some of the tax people live full-time. They don't have any toilet or were they use the municipal toilet and shower their out of it. It's about trying to figure out the minimalist living like if you cut down how much you need or don't really need that much then. You don't have to work as hard to make money to cover your expenses. Poor mountain people. It turns out but the valley isn't one big unity. It's kind of a network of several small communities a wizard with a huge white beard and the cane named richard explained that there are a lot of varieties of pagan in this network. You have the spa. That's all goddess worship and across the street. You have babylonian each tar cold. You know this is the tolerant place. We actually have a christian lifts iran property the next morning at the community breakfast solitaire. The guy with hillary told me that diversity is one of the biggest strengths of this place. All passer sacred and there is unity. The diversity we are Functioning functioning anarchy is a pretty big claim but whatever they're doing seems like it's working my son's father and ricky the father of my daughter we love each other you know and they call each other baby daddy and we all own that property collectively which i think is something. That's really beautiful. Because there's so many people that have such a hard time co-parenting you know and even respecting the other person at all and somehow just figured out how to have property together have kids together and love each other. And it's not weird. This is baby daddy girlfriend. That's a pretty good example of what sets apart from the outside world. If you live out in dania not only do you get stared at and people think you're a weirdo cares what they think. We're the weirdos in that world but they're the weirdos in our world mundane lia. Everyone here used that word. It's what these pagans call the regular world where normies live here mama. Bon told me you can be empowered to do your magic thing. Whatever that may be this is someplace you can come to be safe the outside world and practice your rituals and do whatever you do magically that you really can't do out in the rest of the world but okay what are these rituals light of course considering the spiritual possible politics. There's a lot of right but most of the magic. I experienced in the valley of the track. The whole lot like party one great night. Fire visitors there for the festival offered me some acid. And let me tell you drum circles aren't usually my thing but the facet was pretty good. I was really feeling the by but then they started to change an argument at started around the fire and one of the visitors sky about my age was really his voice at an older woman and she is stabbed him. It scared the shit out of him. He ran away screaming. And i didn't know if i was loosening. Or what but this lady clearly has the magic anytime. there's even a slight violation. Lakewood just happened where someone wants to know my name. He wants to get physical space. It's not okay so in a way community like this is a huge godsend for women that cheat and i was so high during this conversation. It's a miracle. I was able to find the record but nevertheless she explained that. This community has a godsend for women because they've managed to make things pretty gatto terry. They've had some good results like instead of women dancing in men drumming and trying to lust after all the butts in front of them. We now have people dancing and drumming. She had dreamed of living in a pagan neighborhood for a long time. And now she's living the dream kind. Of course. I'm here now of up to the bar. Want community communitarian community old. So i have to quit bitching about that and go. Hey look. I got my pagan neighborhood. Lots of owners and tenants hierarchy in all kinds of crazy stuff. Oh boy somebody was describing this functional anarchy. Yeah that's the so fun not really. There's a certain level of anarchy in that rituals and things are frequently at meaning. Hey who are doing this. You know sue a form of anarchy who relates to win and what happens in. What kind of projects are chosen Anarchistic to some extent but no the landowners are the pujols and the ten insert. The workers were bs. So it's still. It's still an unequal situation. In the extreme. She thought it was pretty funny. I told her why. So molly sent you. She sits tricksters sending you to investigate this. As a utopia. That's funny. I could make an analogy to the puritans who came here saying oh it last utopia freedom and they brought all their bullshit with them so it didn't help that much so it's a great retreat for people who are trying to get away from more oppressive conditions. When i woke up the next morning i was feeling pretty disappointed. She had broken the hanukkah spell. But before i left. Mali took me on one last field trip to a place. That not only helps me understand. Just how important having a retreat is also a lesson in how magic works around here. It's called the den of iniquity. Oh boy this looks ton yet. There's a lot of the toys here various whips and and leather leather things. This is like chained up to all sides of the wall and getting sit in this harness. Like oh wow yeah. I see how this could be helpful dollars horrible things. You guys probably thought about me. What i was actually doing was far more than you. Just weren't being creative. You couldn't even begin to think about my reality dare you. Molly clearly got a lot of place back. When she was teaching. French and san francisco she would fly all the way here just for the weekend to get away from my bratty classmate. She didn't have any power over us. We were her monday but when she retreated here she was a goddess. And it's not just about kinky sex. It's that when she had it and this sex dungeon she had the power magical power. See pagan magic isn't just about making stuff levitated or talking to the dead it's about manifesting changes in the world by making changes in yourself. You know one of the reasons that sex magic so popular here is because sex is the cheapest way to transform your perspective. I personally think every community should have a den of iniquity it's an incredible place for self empowerment but the revelation i had when i took that asset was about how easy it is to bring all the monday nyan inequities into our dens of iniquity for example when one of the members of the community tried to take me into the sex dungeon. The gates were closed. The owner gets the side at hawk. Who fucks like a goddess and the dentist iniquity and who fucks in the woods like an animal and look fucking in. The woods is great. But if we're going to build a utopia that could change the world. The master slave dynamic has to stay locked in the sex dungeon. We have to move beyond the pu bahamas and the worker bees beyond landlords and renter. I know now that the magic and the valley of the dragon is real. But i am not looking for retreat. It was time for me to move on for the final. Stop my journey. I had high expectations because the farm didn't even have a farm and the pagans were little to focus on sex magic to really worry about the environment all that much. I feared that everyone. I had met so far. In my utopian road trip would be dying. The climate apocalypse just like a city-dwellers. I wanted to get truly off the grid. All it is is water caught in a creek. So i went to earth pavement and he co village carved from three hundred and twenty nine acres of forest outside of asheville north carolina. Linden tour guide be showing me. Their new micro hydro starts as a four inch. Pipe goes down to a two inch. Pipe this micro. Hydro is like a tiny damn that uses the rivers of earth even to generate electricity. Twenty four hours a day water hitting from both sides of the turban spins makes electricity makes twelve ans- roughly two fifteen amps. Now they don't have to worry about using up all the interest from the solar panels at nighttime or on cloudy days. I chose earth even because it was full featured was off grid electricity off grid with water. Those two are massively. Big for my decision right now. Earth haven has over fifty members living across seven thousand central on housing neighborhood. The plan calls for one hundred and fifty members who live in fourteen neighborhoods. He's all the little huts huts earth. Haven is an ambitious project. that's lot of culture and that's a lot of economic opportunity. There's already a lot of businesses on site for example the yellow route farm which sells eggs and kearns squash fazal and the place where lyndon works the useful plants nursery. You won't find anything in here. That is a tulip from holland. For instance and got none of that you know. We got things that are useful and mostly edible in some ways. Every piece of earth haven serves a purpose. The whole place is designed to work like the wilderness did before humans messed it all up even down the very path we were walking on the old path. We're finally getting it right. Old path went straight down the hill to the new one follows the natural shapes of the land this path honors some of the principles of permaculture permaculture the philosophy that holds earth together the term was coined in the late nineteen seventies by two white guys studying the permanent agricultural systems of indigenous people. There curving right any water that comes. It's caught by all this brush. Sucks it you've been around. Permaculture means working with nature instead of fighting against the new path linden pointed out curves like a mountain road in order to prevent erosion. It's funny the word. Erosion is similar to the road. Because a lot of roads erode andrew courtney. I sent you further on down the path. We ran into courtney who has gotten my okra. We're the same age. But she's been studying eco villages all over. The world for years sang for her. Permaculture isn't just permanent agriculture. It's permanent culture because it's also about humidex tending. Lan is a mission. You know to grow enough. Food to sustain yourself is a mission an order for a group of people to be together working side by side and altruistic way. We have to revamp the way we're interacting socially and there's a whole branch now called social permaculture. That's looking mostly at people as we learned at the farm growing enough food to sustain yourself just doesn't make good business sense and capitalism social permaculture on the other hand turns to matrix for clues on how our society should operate nothing in the ecosystem has paid off its debts. Then you look into the forest. It's like some plants are feeding the birds and some plants are giving them a home in some plants are holding the soil down in. Imagine if one little tree was trying to do all that self. Every single thing is dependent on on something else individualistic society. We talk a lot about codependency. As a bad thing and permaculture the term for a good kind of dependency is inter dependence through interdependence. We can build a society that is far less wasteful. But it's hard to shake off the old wave doing things we get trained by institution all of our life to be competitive so that it fuels economy. My roommate says that the day like how are we gonna cowles like no no because somebody here already has. Cows is milk. In order to build an interdependent culture birth needs people who are ready to embrace this new mindset. We are looking for people who are able to walk the edge between the new culture cooperative culture sustainable culture and this dominator culture that we find ourselves in patricia is one of earth haven's first settlers and she told me edges are central to permaculture for example at the edge of a creek where it overlaps with the land is where you get the widest variety of species an ecosystem diversity is key productivity but the wrong kind of edge can totally destroy an interdependent system. Obviously when you put out the word the the the vibration out there that you want edged critters you get the edges. You're looking for and you get some other in my opinion rather dysfunctional edges. Haven has to turn away a lot of edges like the held early homeless population. I wanna live in community. Because i'm going to be dying and i need somebody to take care of me and i have a social security check and some single are here. Here's my kids. Take care of them. We do one take care. Your kid in you have all your traumas but unfortunately we can't it turns out. I'm a bad image to the utopias seekers who think that we've already got utopia here and just ready to move in here where i put my hammock olders ugly expression. But i'm gonna go ahead and say it anyway. You know the pioneers. When they were heading west they did not throw the cripples onto the back of the wagon if they had to. They drug old grandma on her deathbed across the perry but basically this is the pioneer deal and we need incredibly strong emotionally mature people. This place is no retreat and in fact the people of earth haven didn't really love the name of this series. Utopia as a distraction from the deeper purpose of life. It's actually was got us in this trouble in the first place. The pursuit of a perfect world chuck marsh is one of the founders of earth haven. Sitting down with him in this house felt like being in the presence of a kuru. Utopianism is about creating an ideal. You know the garden of eden. We can't live in the garden of eden. It was too much for eve and in adam to to handle it. Perfection is not what we're after here. It's a selfish imperative. We have to get down into the grip of life that means more than everybody retreating in their personal little hedge ahmad that means love and live back where the web of life has been ripped asunder. Chuck told me that searching for utopia means giving up on what we already have permaculture is about. Maintaining the house is not maintained. A life is not maintained a culture. That's not maintain was squandering fail. We need to learn to value maintenance again because maintenance is love at earth haven. Everyone seemed to have their own definition of permaculture but chuck is the one who got me to see its full potential. Permaculture could save the world. We have to take charge of designing our way out of this existential dilemma. That we find ourselves in here in the twenty first century facing the extermination of humanity. It's gonna require deep vision driven by design. this is the permaculture design community has so many gifts offers. Like it's just basically this one big world that you get to live in it's not like the regular world it's a world inside of the world that's eight one of the many kids i've met while i was wandering around her patients. She grew up here and likes way more than monday. Neha it's not impressive like if you really need to go to the bathroom you go in the middle of the woods. You know what i mean. In fact she loves it so much. She's planning really long term. This is an amazing place. And i totally want to raise my kids here. My mom's like going to give her house to me until like i build my own house. And then we'll have our houses like next to each other on the land. And then when she dies the houses. And then i get the land. Everyone that earth haven has a ninety nine year lease but there are some questions about the validity of these leases and the eyes of north carolina law so there might be a problem with aiden stream when somebody's not happy in what they want their money back. Earth havens very vulnerable. That's jeffrey an officer at earth. Even this phone or ability that he's talking about is why the community set out to do a restructuring at earth evens. Weekly potluck dinner. He explained it to me. And this danish guy who was also missing. I find it really refreshing. That set up where you can pass it on to your children if agreement. Where's consistent with north carolina law. I would agree with you. It is not it is the issue. Is it for ninety nine years thing. Is it more complicated than that. Backup does the deed and there's a lease to different legal documents. I got something that looks like a need therefore you own it but you only have a lease you don't on earth even that's our current problem. We've been working on fixing it for the past. Six years. take a member for six years. No new members floundering here for patricia. The restructuring is putting everything earth evens worked for at risk because in order to complete their plan of interdependence. They need another one hundred members. Nobody can build a home. They can live. Here is a guest a renter but they wanted homestead and get their gardens. They're perennials in their chickens. You know some people have left to go someplace bird that go in plant their perennials. Next month the restructuring should be over soon told me but she is crestfallen about all the time wasted on bureaucracy and lawyers. we've invested way too much energies and our governance so as chuck who spent huge amount of times and decision making committees and sucked energy way. Actually getting stuff done so. Don't get caught in that pit that the kids of earth haven like eighty have already inherited something way beyond deeds or lease just from growing up here like this sort of paradise where you're just like donald trump in like and everything like that is like outside and you're just like talking about primitive skills and they're talking about who's going to run the world edens got permaculture and her blood. Get to know your neighbors and like talk to them and then maybe you should work together instead of being like okay. This is my house. This is your house. This is my property line of my my man. The your property line of your land and go on my land or also you. Maybe you should combine and then you get more like land. If you're together you know what i mean. Earth even really is the perfect place. For benjamin. And i internet is super slow. So we'd have to be really deliberate about how we used it and there's not that much so reception so everybody has a houseful. Benjamin would be much. I personally gave up on the new sewers there. You can't just idly scroll through twitter here because what you have instead is so much better a real community for example. All the young people were helping chuck out with his gardens since he was sick. Loves listening to me. It just seems so much easier to live interdependent system. According to chuck easy is not the right word. It's hard soul work to stick with this in the cauldron we call earth. Even i hate that name. By the way to hippy. Dippy for me by far. This is not a haven for the earth. My actual personal name for this place. Heartbreaker a hedge. Yes we come to have your heartbroken again in again and again in the transformative process. If you're not willing to courageously allow yourself to be broken. Open heartbroken again and again and again You know point even beginning the journey. It's like an al chemical process in which the dross our lives is thrown into the cauldron of endeavor like this in out of it that which is not essential is burned away leaving us with the core the core what it really means to be a human live and these times chuck died of cancer shortly after my visit and he was buried on the land of him. Kind of like a moses figure now you know. He did all this work but he didn't live to see his mission. Accomplished shock was thinking way beyond getting himself to the promised. Land commission needs to be bigger than you can even hope to accomplish in lifetime. Anything smaller that. It's not big enough and you need to reexamine it for many of us. We knew we may never realize the benefits of the work. We did we really doing this work for those yet. Born for future generations has always been an intergenerational transfer project if we don't relieve are functional interdependence if we continue to fall back on independent thinking in our independence then we'll fall short of the mark. That's not what's call for. That's what got us into this too much independence. You know too much faults attraction to freedom. You know and things like that. That's not true freedom. Freedom is not found their freedom lies the end of a well live by listening to chuck and this moment made it clear. Heartbreak ridge is my kind of utopia but according to him that man it was time for me to move on out when i hear young people saying oh dawn to move earthy was a plan on staying because if all the conscious gathered and a few safe places with those people. They're comfortable with lost. Don't go to those sweet comfortable places go there on vacation. Go there for a sabbatical. Learn what you need to take again can go out. And all those three thousand counties. They're hurting all over america. Where cows are dying. We're economies are failing. Where spears rampant. We get to the places where the need is to deepest go there and help your filling human beings find themselves and their way back to health and wholeness and take part in those communities and start building alternative nation where you live where you choose to settle. Today you have been listening to benjamin worker theory of everything this installment is called utopia calloway. This episode was produced by benjamin walker and andrew. Calloway i'd like to thank everyone in all the utopias who spoke with andrew. Even if they didn't make the final cut you can see some pictures from andrew's journey at theory of everything podcast dot com and remember next time. You're feeling down. Yes there are some dustin. Nemo's is out there but for every one of them. There's also a chuck marsh staying away from the spotlight and laying the groundwork for something amazing. I grew up with a lot of people around me like making jokes about how earth even would be the perfect place when the big apocalypse comes in we can grow our food and like we could block off the entrance and it's like that actually happened. The apocalypse did happen or even is a good place to be now. It's like it's not even happening. It's safe here so we were right. That's eight she's sixteen now and one full year of corona virus has her more convinced than ever that earth haven is the place to be. I feel like. I have more people around me that i know who support me like i know a lot of people which can be hard especially when you know you become family with a lot of people and eventually some of them are going to die. Then you have to deal with a lot of brief. And when i was listening to your podcast. I heard chuck and patricia. They both died before we were done. Which is really sad. When aden says they're done but she means is that the restructuring plea but patricia didn't lift. See it she and chuck are just two of the people that edens had say goodbye to over the past couple of years. It was chuck and patricia and kimchi and suci and rosetta and rohan rohan has big. There's been a lot of people who have died in the past like six years or something so yeah that can be hard but knowing that many people can also be really good. I think that many people die in kind of got everybody to be a little bit more ready. If something goes wrong for instance when krona fires happen everybody was on it. They had like meeting plans like we were very ready. And like we've been through stuff now. And i feel like that has helped us grow and be more mature when it comes to the darker side of life know toll. It makes one hundred percent fence. And if you like. If i was smarter i would probably know Some kind of permaculture term. yes regeneration very go. you're welcome wh- what does that. What does that mean. Degeneration especially like the circle of life right because if a plant grows and then it dies and then it makes more fertile soil for something else to grow. That's even better and then it just keeps going in. That plant gets bigger and it regenerates out of debt and becomes better. Because of a and i think that that is kind of what are they even did boom cute. I learned something. Even has a youtube channel where she makes incredible music. You can find to that. And more at fury of everything podcast dot com slash utopia and. Yeah i haven is finally accepting new members. And i have to say they have some pretty incredible apartments available for like three four hundred dollars a month. So i kind of really d- kylie you check it out. See when it's like. You know. I think i may have to head back there pretty soon. Myself actually also andrew just put together a pilot episode for a fiction podcast. it's a slightly different vibe. But still totally awesome. It's called hyper fuck faced. And it's airing on frequency one. Oh one which is the podcast version of channel. One the monthly film festival where broad city and rick. And morty got their starts but what this means is that andrew needs listeners to vote in order to get a second episode order so please all of you head right now over to hyper fuck faced dot com for all of the details. Hey there we've got an update from another radio topi show ear. Hustle is back. The seven season returns with a check in on three unforgettable characters from past episodes up. Next stories about do's and don'ts of prison visiting rooms and how incarcerated people indulge in a little retail therapy plus catch a kite returns with more answers to listeners. Questions about life during and after incarceration and there's some good news from san quentin to cova. 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EP. 388: Mabel Smells Like Fried Catfish

Black Love Matters

53:05 min | 3 months ago

EP. 388: Mabel Smells Like Fried Catfish

"Walking black matters with their service that they are assessing for figuring out to her michelle. Who is you. i'm near and this is episode three eighty eight. Y'all heavy monday or as we like to say like happy lunch. Break at the end of your your lunch break is decided to be surely wanted three four five star rating and reviewing apple podcast follows on all more social media at black loud matters as black. Wouldn't wanna bet my week. My lunch break. I've stopped seeing weekend. 'cause didn't feel like that. It was nice. I got a little bit of a long time. I think near them did it on purpose. So as you know my mother actually was gone in then. My father his work schedule the way. It kinda pan down the narrow kinda on the east side side of town. Go visit with some folks into with him and it was the first time in a very very long time that i literally was just in a house alone by myself in mice and even coming from that i told him i think i need a little bit more alone. Time in that sprang from for the folks who listened last week. Now what my therapist. She wants me to going to retreat. Like she wants to go to basically gonna woods But my feet. Touch digress and yell at them. I ain't there. Yeah i will get there but what i will say just having some quiet time was super super helpful and i can tell the near was trying to help in. What do you think about that now. Was that intentionally your end or what. What was the one awesome. Okay have some flaccid. Variances sometimes was it a flash of brilliance. Okay yes no you know. I think that as we are saying in multi generational home mom with bebo various ages things that are and when i say bye by metro generation. Of course niamey your pants and of course us blake neighbor. Mabel got friends so like the little kids be over and things of that sort and all of us be working most of us Three hundred four people work from home anywhere. Just always here. So you know what your mom being sal and you're going to work. I'm like shit like now's the time to start working on some things you therapist told you to do In a period of time was nice. You know something. That's not often talked about and i even find myself since starring around some friends and relatives to this idea especially since cove it. I know we often talk about like the loneliness to come from and loneliness in isolation. Not that you're lonely person but you're physically alone not by choice and the Impacted the has a lot of votes which you know what i think is also not talked about what it means to be around twenty four seven like it is. I have not seen thump pieces on. Like i've literally been around people for the last eighteen months and only time i get along is when i take shit but the dog still put. They ponder the door. Or in niamey's case. I am just comes in but let me see Maybe just comes in. Niamey just comes in. I don't come issue. did one time now. I'm in the middle of wife asked dark. I was not in the dark. So i assume you know. Sometimes you can up the door but maybe do some you do a little spray or something. So i'm going in there thinking on the happening. I'm in the middle wife who come in. Who maple fucking right my answer by. I didn't even know what you doing. What are you doing. It was so quiet and dark in here because unfolded the toilet paper to photoco- from outta here no wiping and i got the. I got a flushable wipes next to me. Because i'm not to go back in there and clean it up and get it nice and no one is in a bathroom. You're so quiet me and maybe it was shot. Because of course i got me to she following me at least stop at the door and back out but mabel would write in their mabel. Come all the way in the bathroom. I'm like come on mabel public privacy. Dale kate wipe. It goes getting comfortable on cover. So i can ask good so i know of see meet alone. I know i need a time cease a long time. It was a mistake so but it is the shadow to that. And i'm so grateful. I have like my fan my nuclear family to be with during this time and we had the privilege of working from home talking and being together but we literally been under the each other since kobe started and before we will have natural breaks the work with other people doing our own thing but we all know niambi went only goes so i only go to the market and pick up whatever take out. I have on friday and saturday night. Then i'm in the house so near more go more places in that so we literally have not love and i didn't realize what it was to just be alone for that. Have you talked about the new more anyone asked about. What does it mean to be around people. Then twenty four seven there especially i. I think it was also amplified because when we're in california we weren't smaller quarters. I think we're of my parents house. There's multi levels so you can go and get pseudo along. But we were living in an apartment. There's literally someplace in house and see. Every room for us was that accuracy is better if you have like multilevel or just a bigger home. But i think for the folks who live. I think people who live in the new york's the san francisco or you just have a lot of people live in a small area. Wow you can't even hear your thoughts alone. You think into low cain wipe beyond ask but again not to minimize urge diminish. The folks who are being physically literally have not been hugged or had a conversation with someone in person. Like just as impactful just as having that same I'm a loss for words but just as important right. But i'm just curious i haven't heard a lot of folks say that out loud because i think it's almost some shame to it to say like these because i'm my house i want to be alone. I wanna talk on the phone but best on my friends. They call it a pick up sometimes because i literally talk from seven. Am in the morning to midnight. I- dinner talk with the lord not gonna turn around again. I just sometimes when the not move my mouth one. And i think in little be quiet. That's what truly brings me. Joy like not talking not talking not having an opinion or like ask questions right like i'm getting fatigued even friends call me ask questions. It'd be simple shit. But i'm like i literally am answering questions in making decisions every hour of the day. That is what i do and windows. And sometimes i just don't want to. I would like to sit on my couch out with my heated blanket in. Read my book and not have one opinion. Those malaita near right near not too much speaker also of michigan. These numbers increases in michigan. Michigan is the basically the. What is it the hat bit. The heaping pile of shit in the united states. Yes highest numbers. Lowest vaccination rates high is not a pot holes in the world would isn't michigan it. Maybe even nervous michigan lake. Because i was assigned to come here because folks falsehood on. No no michigan has a lot of space in the weather's finally breaking so you can go all signing eat and when you are eating outside there's enough space to. I feel comfortable more. So than i did in the bay. I know i did it a couple of times but in the bay i feel like i helped my breath throughout the whole meal. I never drink water. I ate my food and three minutes. My mass mac. On where out here. I would feel comfortable when i'm at a table to take my mask off because people are ten foot ten feet plus away but because of michigan's what is happening out here. It's just throwing me off in now. I don't know was being shade. I know we have friends who listen. We've been a couple of weeks ago when we get. I got our vaccination and we were just like why did it near miami who flew in from california warranty got cova tested. No michigan license was able to get a vaccination live here with whole last primary care. Doctors plans to myers. And all these places you and y'all want able to get done. That's why the numbers are so fucking genre has been bullshitted because you thought you was good. 'cause i'm number was going down a bit. Gretch kept y'all and order. Begrudge was like no more than twenty five percent of these places. Space the fuck out. Be steel but i got mad big rich talking about you. Want these kids to play. I don't know what the fuck yo these non talented key is be playing soccer football all that stuff. That done open dan. You want these kids back in school. Because you don't want parent them no more hill. You don't wanna be your own multiplications. So sent them back to school. The kids done got sick young born in these restaurants. Win starters without no mask on. You don't went down to miami and texas and brought it back here and look where we have and then on top of that dog. Yesterday on the johnson johnson vets. Six people out of three million. Hell you need to be more scared of getting caught up in a mass shooting in that the way that we work in america exactly this is a lie and it was frustrating. But now i think we started the our friends and family members be like asking us like. Oh you feel good. I feel fine. I feel free big vaccine energy and a few weeks. i'll be very big big big bags energy And i'll be able to go mortar trader. Joe's i go to kroger's just go downtown downtown. Alec walk around the almost the people maybe like a twenty five percent positivity skies four percent four looking at maple. But i before the potholes are out here. Y'all know we got our cars shipped from california cars ready for this new said. Let me park it was. I had a bap quebec and drive on looked at my car. Did my so break on a car. I broke and i was. oh baby. it's a lot is that. Don't go crazy. Why is everywhere though yes is not good neighborhoods batting a suburb. They every year michigan is doing all types of construction but every year the pyeho skagen worse and we talked about how they just shut seventy five. Now yes the whole freeway. I said how do we convert twenty miles ban. They say i ain't going to anyway. Numbers wrote should be home anyway. That gas and then they just put just throw the little asphalt whatever's in a whole yeah sitting on paddock being on pattern and nothing put no jail. No nothing you don't mean to some jail polish over cure it in carrying nothing literally doesn't go on down the street putting asphalt fall into these holes in walking by and then the cards right beco- i'm aging myself. This is a conversation. I've watched parents and uncles aunties half but when he we've literally seen it though. 'cause we're wanting everyone we literally scene because we got a hoa marinas lives. So you know. They come by a company new company. Do it to be like hummers shitting here. Nothing the neighborhood. We can just need a sign up and who can help though some asphalt in your little baby that was filling potholes with the with the dirt job. And i'm assuming that's the protocol but something gotta give here and then lastly was really bringing me. Giuliani circle is back on netflix. That problem academic show might be my nighttime. Show the sarko for ya. Nos netflix about like social media. And you basically make these profiles and interact with each other and they try to pick like who's the most popular who most will like but the catch is you can come on in pretend to be. You can pretend to be somebody in your head and that's when get really really funky when you get a lie on top of the line on top of the lie. I think somebody who did a smart. They actually come on pretended to be their husband. So i think that makes the lie a little bit more fluid because at least you can stay consistent. Compare it when you start. Creating alternate universe goes and shit like what or people aged funding for somebody in the oh one in auto generated as like what the fund is a four one. One it is. I'm assuming that's like the rundown i wasn't going on. I don't know this person's line narrows they are. They are boomer who i'm not generation. Very mary jo won a whole album. Call us the for one day. She hit generation as he gained one. One me on the block side. This is a russian botanist that my goodness But that's all. I got though but i hope you take care of yourselves but yes these weekends are going back quicker and quicker and quicker and quicker near i gotta do it Ask me crown money for this. Cry yellow bet to her. I elite ceramicist past weekend. Don't worry i'll be back. We feel like i just told. Y'all was it last week last week. I said black rod ain't looking too good does not so he. He fifty one but he looked eighty-one. Something ain't right death. Angel got no eight into discriminate. Then folks tried to rally up a go fund me and everything ain't nobody her from diddy diddy took all his money allegedly back allegedly allegedly allegedly black rob was gone gone. He wanted ease with his ancestors. He's gone to the great beyond shut out to seoul so a lot of our our adolescents. The the music in entertainers from our adolescents narrow. They gone but you know what the system was made that way. They never thought they was going to look past. They fifty birthday anywhere so when they started getting test passed. They fiftieth is almost like a something to that was a move. I think the culture can't continue to handle this. It's just so again. These things happened in isolation. i think we can process grieve move on together but diem is black rob. The genocide of black people by the police and military forces in i can hear about another black person died. Like it's just all of that. We don't talk about this in the little guys you. It's just mass. Shootings is every all the things that is like whoa was this. How is this what grownup my. This is what our parents are protected. I i just don't remember here. My parents being light lower. I don't know shallow martin pass. Is this a lot from the air which we were like teens and young adults the folks who shape that are passing away and it just feels like way to zone for that to be happening but that death angel discriminate am also listless yanni. Gary also take care of ourselves belly four strokes doodle high blood pressure hypertension should like yanni to yes take a ourselves yes pull away from my soul polo from us. All do some of that stress let distress askew bust. Russia's be mad has been in australia stress. I would argue you start with distress. Because that's stress. The lead to other behavior is so bad. I'm starting to take a yoga teacher training. You know claps. Should we cry for that. I am starting a yoga teacher training because as a black man just as a black man is me as a black king-size man distress angle. Get me we're gonna do some yoga with black love. Madison community unity. My love yoga. Rather do something. Because i'm trying to remove shit myself. Come on that stress. Is it though you can get the salt-free mrs dash. You can eat turkey and and tofu but stress own your stress. Let me tell you stress a cause you to eat. The pop is yes. That was a hard one for the community. You know sending the energy in thoughts to entire Family stuck very full. Set grave is like an ocean waves. It comes and goes is is not much that we can say such be there. Hopefully the folks at around his family can be there for them. Your meanwhile talking about stress. Salt i want to go visit. My mom took mabel. Yes some salsa as catfish mud so you know when order visit my mom you know every weekend like i go over there and spend some time on mom. Because he's about ways away. Forty five minute drive so you know one you know as we. We're talking about loneliness and being alone like season. One's like see no baguette. When you stay in the night. I say how. I don't know thirty. Five on them asleep sleepover. But but this is like you know branson catfish so brings some cafes. I'm afraid some fist cool even on like i don't know office. You know one of the things that i've been working with niamey's blake babe like i don't want bauge fu all throughout the week a weekend thing you know your dad don't eat vegetables. I need some greenery. And i have a true so i plant for this. I'll say all right. I'm gonna go see mom mom dukes and I'm bring her his bag a catfish because she won't it then they go from there so brame able able is ignoring her. The whole time. I go get a haircut By one of my childhood france which was interesting too self. Because he's another person who's a barbara And not having a cove late not getting vaccinated f barbara stylus more part of the priority. I don't know essential workers. You don't tom the first round. I don't know. I just keep every time. I didn't notice like a a vaccination hub. I'll tell everybody up and down so comeback and i knew she was fried fish. I'm like all right. I'm planning this out. So i'm like mom you can start crying effort. I'm gonna go get a haircut like now. I want you to be high when you come back only out of my house. I eat food. I'll i'll eat rooms fish lake. Okay i was gone. I was told her. I told her that. I was gonna be gone for thirty minutes. But i was gone for our hopes that she a friday fish and everything will be done bus. Come back home. She fry fish. The fritz fisher. Smell i can smell the fried fish throughout the apartment though the brits through debris i like to describe birds i come in. She's still frying. That fish mabel in the kitchen looking trying to get a bible something. Maybe something like able smell like caffeine. Maybe choice she a poodle with that. Basically here like mine is actually me. I'm knew this is gonna happen. I had a had my little ivy part jacket all. And i'm like oh like stopping your yes. I went back to the car and took off. Mehari power left that in the car. I was like i can't just can't smell like fish. So cool get the fish news. You know no one knows over no math s you had now because he laughed with the fish oven offer you. I'm okay with me. I can put it in the heat of backup. I can make fried food chris. You can just put in tova. So then we get the fish and online lives a burning mom phys little salty. Eighty her eight is help us. I said what you do. Well you know. I'll just add a little more salt to the To the batter does me. I'm looking trying to evaluate. I her last on On a coffee table. I said you. Did you glasses. No i would i. Oh no i did. I thought is sprinkled a little bit salt salty and then if the batter's already season like get a double seat almost with stuff like fish. I don't like to Season roskam batter of it. And then when it comes out if it still needs it you can put some salsa quote. Open the salt so the skin and i pull it back to season so to scan a season and then loza duran's bad or whatever better than i would just do better season to double salt asked him. I saw you got to my son on this. What did you do this. Pullback scans are like yeah. What you know does yet another like this. That's autism marriages son of them. And then we have a fish again. I'm guessing you Fishing grits. It was good. It was good won't be his house. Be so much sought like the the taste. Buzz just be numb or like this script taste buds off. Now you gotta headache my blood pressure high. Jason water push. I had Walkaway from in bush water through your system is on the way to get debt to push that water you would need to push gallon award may damage so salty. Jesus how do how do you get about your body watering diabetics but also those those leafy greens greens or something. So that was going on. She had a great time. But she's like you know so we ain't gonna come spend a night. I'm like okay. Fish fry on my new hairdo. Not the way my hair setup. I live and that was the thing right because i'm like i try to try to balance it out because i know you don't wanna go out the things at us or and i'm like nah we ain't got to let me cook something less. Do something else but she late nine on now. I mean you let me go years. You've been on that california. You'll he had no good Catfish wow i'm actually stay in shape. My shape no good detroit ribs in a minute actually absurd. Pretty good you know. Fry had no fat fish and fried chicken. Awhile actually and it's getting bad. Because i'm i don't like fish. I'm getting worse seafoods now my thing anymore. So even when like you're gonna be be friday latest. I have great so this is the like going. Oh yeah so now. I'm over here pushing water. I might put a whole damn gallon into something. that's pushing. push that water out. I mean pushed the water through it. You don't feel like he's well into well. No because the athol eight that fits. I had a headache. I say you better get you some water. Personal water stroke tylenol. Aspirin about chemistry wasn't joba unique. Is somebody was. I'm gonna call when you do. A spell together was a. We're talking like never never been a go. Go to legend clear niamey. I know y'all like want me to hate. I don't hate kennedy nor do i. Hey joe but so. I want to be clear. Sign even tear them up. Like you're probably gonna teramo somebody behaviors in left buck and feel. Yes yes ma'am yes sir. Somebody should they saying ain't no lies. But i think i'm just not for the shock value that they try to bring but i'll let niro intro. I hit them. I hit a breakdown. Black man samuel sis you gotta man listen shanty more. You gotta match sean. Pays you know is a couple of things to me. i'm sorry the pygmy anthem that you bitches so and job easy yadda pocket together. And i wanna say it was a beacon bra because i was like. Oh the vengeance. Yes thank god. What's the white one in this one roy off. They would've took boven mall. Definitely all about roy. Other white guy. He doesn't the job at that otherwise he don't even to be on the screen appreciate that he just really stays his white house. Look i'm just engineer. Not the only one out of their happily married skin look clear what that his house at home. I don't know i'm just play. I know they have homes where you need to start emailing me. But i i just think it's funny because most of the stuff that kevin seniors. We're talking about nine pertain to me. You don't because we've been together for awhile and we built together true. I think that is also the thing that triggers people. When it comes to samuel's kevin same those talks and very broad generalizations that applies to everyone but in actuality it does not apply to everyone it applies to a smaller set of the population and a very particular type of woman in man even get. More narrowly is very formative. Don't be fluid. Don't like men don't let him that nothing for you know. I don't know where he'd be pulling them senses and pops from stats for where he you know him. The internet i don't know he'd be proud of them. Stats to like one in three niggers blah blah blah might. What like who are homeless studies sense. It's like our argue since our bias. But i digress. But i think it is interesting. Let's start with the stats right. It's interesting. I think when it comes to any type of argument debate. Conversation is hard to refute stuff when somebody comes with facts And state the defects as they are without a then. You have your own opportunity you no those stats. Read it and come with your yes. And then in the same breath develop any lived experience. You had that lived. Experience is not a valid out. Our argue against i do believe lived experiences. Valid data point. I think that's something that white dominant culture has told us is not But it absolutely is how you feel in which you've lived through. Perception is absolutely data. Play so i think that's the first thing is is hard to even have conversations because when somebody like you know winning four is like you know like us one. Four like are positively right in. Michigan is twenty five percent like that's a fat it may not be right we may have even quote that fat wrong it can be different socio economic so generalized. But we don't have the Customer not the kind of the context but the materials from where you came from the Primary after primary resource data. I forgot the primary source. The primary source. Yeah so if you don't have the primary resource to even read in validify or it was an argument. I guess the argument already has already blown off. Our you know a so. That's the one thing and another thing is that you know respectively. Y'all bitches isn't one who i respectively. Wait are the ones. Don't worry i want. Because i will say black women all over the world. Stop listening to him. I listened to candidate for one episode when he told your average. Our best ally average beth. I was never the whole two hours. But i have not supported that makes sense stop black women especially black women who seven below it. Stop stop watching him. Stop giving him youtube views. Stop going on instagram. Stop it whenever you see as pitcher report like he popping because he probably not because joe but he always going for women chemistry. Also say this. We shifted the power dynamic. Because i am in charge. Nomo plus run is so we try to catch the samuels. Make us go from one hundred zero overnight then they could disappear that is literally like it and that's he pander into some you pander the lights on mytalk crazy to you or you pander and looking for a man until you pretty great to validate you right so listen if you want that carter niambi the cash up which does what was getting. He popping the tire. I came up. Comedian is but here's the thing though. And this is where he talked about on joe button. He initially started talking to me. I agree and he should continue because some of the stuff you talked about what man is right. Something unique is dusty. So but here's the thing he. He was providing advice. The man i agree. And but he wasn't popping that way but once he started doing talking to women and we we get a distracted. Y'all we can't let k samuels distracted if he wanna talk about bitches being four at best and if we want to be a high quality bitch assize for sweet potato file let him say that shit. Let them let her that. Don't listen let them do it. And keep it moving because he almost his Expiration date to. Let's be clear that's why he tried to pop. Let's be clear he ain't gonna give us our hang on. Everybody can't be run is eisley. And that's what he's striving to be a high demand eventually but eventually he got run out and he closer to he calls it to his run on his hip so just let them go ahead and go to this fifth chapter in his third meerut this fine just let them. Anything is somebody. He's saying is ballot. But i think it's so much. Shock factor in shock value in the use of using certain statistics in his opinions as facts. And then when others do the same he calling bull shit but he do it in a calm way latin now but give me 'cause he he do like ma'am your average led by ma'am you're a back or some shit like fucking you talking about and i don't want to victim. Yeah but y'all be calling him i. I wouldn't call him. S one opinion. what matter. Y'all be calling him. I even if i wanted it. My pride wouldn't allow me. I want to get a man. I wanted me. You make modem me. But i only make thirty. I wanna say speaking niggers and i got four kids and mega. Do we need to pass some of that. When people be talking about the type of negroes they want. Some people don't understand like what they want. When i look for someone. I think people immediately just go to six figures because they were told in their head. That's what people should make. Just like people were told her head a good job to have as a doctor and a lawyer so i think people don't even realize when we're talking financially what they truly need in or one or crave. I think that's something there and then also when i talk about kids and how many kids they wanna have. I think there's a little skewed going on there. You know the last. I think is skewed is when he asked. What do you wanna work in muslim. Not i wanna work in wanting to work and having to work as two different things. I just thought maybe two seconds i run in few have the privilege. I only have one friend who's looniest at home. Mother is like that. throw off to buy. Well if you're gonna have three kids and he only makes sixty seventy thousand. That's not enough to take care of a whole family so for yes. Someone's going to have to work. And i think there's uses this so i think there's some disconnect on financially. Do you understand finances it. Do you know. I'm trying to say this. The best non canvas samuels way like. Do you know what it tastes to run a household and i think the answer to somebody that is now in nature saying like. Oh yeah think one hundred thousand good shit. yeah. I want to half a million but was realistic. And how do you play. I think s q. I think chemistry johnson and then cinnamon over the niambi. But i think someone is right. Average averaged fifty six thousand dollars. Every man make fifty fifty fifty six thousand dollars with you know and that is an average salary is not around the top ten percent make make a hundred thousand or more. Yes so if you do do the math yes those stats are journal ising correct yes what you say now. Unbelievable you scare. You want to say something. We'll talk about two. That i am. I'm processing and i'm truly trying to unpack and listen Is the fat as a woman. a value. Add is not how much money into relationship. I do not want to receive that. I'm still not sure. If i'm ready to receive it but i do think some truth to that and i think is a lot of misogyny i think is a lot of hetero normative behavior to that but i is some truth to that and i'm coming to terms with it. I can't believe i said that. all out. and that's but pre chemist samuels. I always felt like because even in my circle of friends. I have a mixture of men and women whenever we talking about life finances is always my female friends will give me but my male friends like good for you. Good for you bitch feels w. o. Misogyny here it is But when we dislike yes bitch get show back collected like what does that. Get your bag that something. That didn't leave song girls. Get your bad something something. Delete delete delete but that is a conversation. I would love not now. But i would love to unpack that and again. We're talking very headed very. Let's be clear we're not even talking about the q. I like family like they're miles ahead of us on a hetero normative we're trash but in a hetero normative relation we're talking about male and female. There is still a problem when the problem when a woman makes more money than a man is often not seen as a positive is is negative neutral at best. Say that allow and argue. We're meaning more towards neutral but neutral. Awful dangerous neutrals is like the fuses. Compared to of a man came to made more. Yeah that's the value. Yes not evaluate for women. But i hate cell but that is and this is pre chemist samuel thoughts and feelings like i just see it right not even just myself taking myself out of it seeing other women who are in similar situations that i'm in relationships there in how they move in circles it is not seen as a value at all. Was that what you gonna. Now let us know to is very unspoken. I will say it's more neutral. It's now it's negative. I think back in the day was like negative. Hell not gonna and never gonna make more money. Just neutral in his neutral could be careful neutral. Neutral can be neutral. Something the go ahead now. No but but i think that is a conversation. That's not have right. And i think that you know we had a conversation like whoa. Whoa whoa what does that mean. What will life look like. If you know i had to be an on the market and it's like well shit like i'm fortunate enough to have your fridge. What i don't even have to think about that. I don't even have to think about what the market will look like. And then also the second thing is that like we've been together for a long we built for so long they'll from about but we built from the bottom. We met in undergrad. That i think my outlet would be a lot different like now versus individuals. Who like wait. It did not built with a significant other like built on all became self sufficient and now are looking for a mate to the rest of your life. We have a part literary way like with yes. And i think that's the population that the case chemistry was talking about who are in their twenties thirties or like mid to late twenties to early forties been dating have had serious relationships even to the point of being engaged but decided not to but now. They're at the point where they're ready to take this step in live in there. Now had this certain expectation of what they want. How do you move in that space. And i don't have much feedback. I got thoughts in some core values of how in that space. But i agree like normally take a step back like we didn't have to go through that because we both was poor. We both was advertised. Miss both was at best on a good day an educated. You know it is something is different. It's just a different dynamic because even if we do break go i agree. I'm looking for different characteristics than nick. Right light is just different. Compared to back then. And i think that way right and i even trying to have a heart in fof myself like all right man. I am ever break up. Like i'm definitely going with a cat. Daddy break-up young streets with iran is definitely farm candy. I'm definitely like older man. Yeah and it's not to be funny and nothing like you know. If if i had to be single and i had to be swiping right and yada yada yada. I'm trying to figure out who's going to be the those three words you to one. And then i'll i got three kids and you got mabel and i just got mabel. There will be some laws. There will be some light hoda. You got three of them. Yeah i have. I just got a dog. Yeah that's trained trained annual babied your children's father bullshit an athena where. I'm backing away like homer and and i think that's hard and i think those are like the harsh truths of it and like i'm not no fucking in things of that sort but i i think that there are conversations where you know if if a woman is looking for or somebody's looking for may they have options both ways kennison's as in such a dick way. I think you said is to crass way that it it. It gets the people in a way. It's like narcissist is yada yada and you know he just doesn't in a way that's like Crass but like straight to the point. Yes and i think that he because he says straighten matter of fact straight to the point and doesn't blink and there's a lot of pregnant politics for impact. Yes so yes that. Do become thing all. He's a narcissist. All your employees li like something has his is is is very heavy. Hetero normative is very on the taxes but specifically politics. But i i and i'm the foundation for like someone foundation stuff like if i'm single and got mabel and i'm out on the market and i'm trying to build and grow you got three kids. There might be inserted from ls ls. I was older. I wanted kids. But me being at the asian you know in my mid thirties and i'm looking to bill and all you know i don't know if i wanted a at water type of family meaning that you just come on in kids is already there. Meanwhile i'm looking for a nice whole nigger iago never seen nyambaso so demeer quiet. I'm looking for a nice oldest. Who's nice and predictable. I'm looking for guy could collard greens for i'm an old negro. He gonna take me to his holiday party. And i can be at a talk and kiki with them. I wear a cute little tight dress. I'm looking for like that type of lifestyle but compared to near that's not me today but i'm just like you know like it wasn't near him. He went to one. We didn't have our history. We did not go through the trials and tribulations. How i want my life with dinner and i would be making stills and i think that bringing up my salary my whole salary would go to me. But that's the harsh reality in I think that's a harsh reality didn't harsher. Yeah i told my mom. I will you say at least late forties knicks. Yup they can have good conversations. Yup tufnel young nigga. Think that's because i want to travel But when you look at it like i. I think that's what it is right like. I'm looking for someone to hadel babies right. I don't want. I don't want somebody. Who are you got babies. I want my own whereas like some people are willing to beat us. So i think you know i order man. We'd be like all right. You can have my kids on ham all live like you got three kids cool but i think a younger a younger gentleman might know again. Chemistry is not everyone. General generalize conversation. Have i would love to have a key. We might have to do like around with some friends to have one of these chemical chemistry miss conversation with just a more robust group of people in less toxicity. Like because you could say things. We're kind compassionate without being an ass or without being seemed assault nicer ways to say and i think that's what sometimes we don't need to be mean just to be me like we have enough but i would argue black woman like don't give kennison by give him that much. I watch comedy sometimes. Like there's a problem where somebody like there is a. There's a self esteem issue. If you're calling. Kevin samuels and you're looking for validation proper. I think there's a self esteem issue period. If you're calling anybody outside of yourself your therapies. Whoever and looking for validation for the things you got you on exactly and then you know the ice niambi being in a relationship or being partner does not make you feel. Some people are going to some people are asking them going. Same assays gonna live was going to die along with it. All does not make any less of a person to someone who dies with partner That's there's it's a lot of people who died were part. I feel very long so pool. Way back you don't have to be partnered to have a lovely fulfilled life. That is not true. I think you need people around you. Yes do i think life is about people in experience yet. But do you need to be partner. Grace based covenants silence. Leo paperwork. i don't. I don't think you need that to be happy by. That's real shit in sometimes. Get to that point. And sometimes just don't be legally partnered or have one consistent partner life in that it's okay to run and that's what i want us to begin to. You know what we were gonna talk about some. We somehow sign in family planning. We'll talk about that. Friday about some house hunting family planning because we need to talk about with it. In the meantime y'all go ahead and shoot us any emails. Thoughts concerns you or family. Planning that is going to be friday's episode. I just want to end out on. Because i know it's have been kinda columnist out. I'm not talking about it. And i'm still not ready to the mass shootings size of black people. Take care of yourself. I've still personally not enough space. That i'm related to talk and unpack. I'm doing it to protect my piece but john. No because we aint talking about. It don't mean we don't see it don't mean we're not exposed to it. I'm trying to just give myself some grace and not engage in a lot of conversation around it But what i will say just. Ufo's buck game say. Pick me up on fifteen cornerstone cnn unidentified ufo and i know it's like an id as unidentified flying objects right. But i feel like if it was from another country. They would have said like foreign you. The white at cnn just pause like from mars because we was up in mars playing a space and lee eline and plan on there so you think this dry by look. Y'all left voicemail. You think driving by and they was like oh shit show. They'll destroy themselves y'all voicemail and they poured out this. They'll destroy themselves. Not even worth right there on their way to just not freaking out because i do believe your state in also. I love the lord. So don't ever confuse that. But i'm also not naive enough to think we're the only things slow down here and his galaxy and now it may not look and talk like us or even the realm of our understanding because our brains are so small. I absolutely do not believe we're the only beings that's floating in a fucking galaxy like i. I think a lot because you know they worship stones and stuff. They like him. Do you sometimes look at this guy. Come in this bitch i do. Sometimes i just look about this guy like especially when it's set up like we just here or i'm just waiting for the the the big conspiracy theory. Come out there. we all alias. We don't want the came here and fucked up killed dinosaurs. I couldn't believe that. I received it and then they like washed our brains just for moral. Wash our brains but Yeah or those. You know those Books at the president's right and nobody else's yeah. I think that can be like what's the biggest secret to learn that shot. You are aliens were you. Did you see they have you seen So you know those my biggest community. What is the earth can be done. They have to have calculated that when earth going to be at capacity for resources. And we're just going to start dying off. Because they had a must have one of the reasons that i think they're looking at martin things. Because i think some people are this is just i'm just bullshitting. This is no fast. This is kinda fat. But i do think that some of them on monitor science then all these expirations to see like what other. How much time do we. How much time do we have fuel fossil fuels. How much time do we have clean air. How much physical land do like. How many people can we actually have on this earth before it is completely inhabitable due to the waste that we produce chase us. There is a number. Hopefully i am long on my answer. Because i don't want to handle that. I don't want to be around for that one. I don't want to be on have that. My great great great. Great grandkids can have that. I am not equipped. I'm not ready for. Because i'm just going to be in the corner in white castle going to be in the corner mike castle because i cannot help in a productive way i am not helping in a productive way. But let's be number is a number. Jesus who are people that somebody we talked about kennison do. Somebody's fucked the fours. Going to be zeroed. Listen here this is going to be. Lon- is gonna be amazon. Jeff bezos is going to be all these little. Elvis is gonna be on the tech company's gone they take select. Few they company says offsite california joshua tree the different planet. But you know nasa out there and silicone valley. They don't talk about that now. Base a lot redirect its the lord is right in the heart sadler silicone valley who nassau yellow know about your your. We wiped gamut. There today didn't do it but friday. We're going to be talking about how sunny and family planning so between now and then if you have questions comments concerns thought sending will unpack it. So that's we're gonna do the episode. I'm and again. Like i said the genocide is going on terrorist. Were not inordinate. I just needed some space. Honestly might be another week or two before. I'm ready to talk about. And maybe when they come with the declaration down with the case going on. We'll unpack it. But i'm just not myspace. You closes out here so miserable or go to black love match dot com to submit a question for kitchen table. Talk shoot say email black lives matter said team communist black. We okay and into leave. Come anything we talked about head on notes that website. We got that soundcloud. 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Caught Offside: Messi, Gold Cup, Euro Recap

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Caught Offside: Messi, Gold Cup, Euro Recap

"Caught offside with andrew. Gummy and jj davani yet bought off burbs of new york city from the emerald isle ireland andrew. Going and j. j. and vani what's up brother. Hey man how. how're you doing. Well more importantly how are you. How's uh life in the homeland. Life homeland is great. Andrew eight. Say it's an interesting home life They've just mown the grass beside miester that fresh smell of grass in the air and also. It's it's notable for another reason. It's a europa europa europa conference league of extraordinary. Gentlemen evening in slagle But there's only four hundred fans allowed. And i shall not be one of them but temps rovers with with a big night in europe against so. There's a little bit of a buzz around albeit not as beta buzzed. Because not that many people can go to the game. I realize lago was in this competition we could we wind up with a a caught offside cup of a brand new kind. Were smuggled trail one nil from the first leg Boss the home leg they played. They played very well in the in the first leg. So and they'll have their wounded kin. Johnny kenny back to play tonight. So maybe rovers progress on its leg rovers versus tottenham for the first time since a tottenham preseason tour in nineteen ninety-one one. I am so horribly cursed in our caught offside cup match ups that i am thoroughly convinced you would smash us absolutely take us apart. That would be my expectation. Yeah maybe that's a possibility. Let's see this should be a really fun. Podcast that we have coming up for you today. There's a couple big stories in the news. obviously that we're going to get to leonov messy First and foremost talk a little bit about the gold cup. I know the the match against haiti is kind of news and match against martinique is taking place later today. Depending on when you're listening to this kind of in terms of the us men were kind of recording a bit of an awkward moment but we will still talk a little bit about them. Some first impressions from this team in haiti match and jj of course the part of this that. I'm probably most excited for. Today is We've all had time to breathe after that. Exhilarating final on sunday at the euros between england and italy. We've kind of allowed our thoughts to settle and we'll go through some of our final takeaways from what was a really truly fun month of soccer in europe So we'll get some final takeaways on on what went down throughout the continent but We start jj with the big story from the last couple of days. And the will he or won't he of the past year or so has now been confirmed. He will lionel messi returning to barcelona. Not just returning there. But we're doing so on a five year deal. The financial terms have not yet been disclosed. But everybody is reporting. That is a significant pay reduction which was always going to have to be the case given barcelona's unbelievable debt and given the fact that Malaita was not even let them submit their roster or submit all their additions to their roster a guero dot is still need. They still need to trim fat. And so let's get right into it. First of all the messy angle of this. So i i will say jj when we. I remember the report happening during the pandemic and doing i don't know if it was an emergency podcast. Or what but we you know we got together and did a whole thing on messy demanding to leave barcelona that it was over and i do remember us kind of approaching it with a measured tone. Sort of a okay. Let's let's allow cooler heads to prevail here and see. Let's not jump to wild conclusions. It was certainly possible that it was the end. I believed messy in that he wanted to go But boy the the fabric of his life and career is so interwoven in that club. It just seemed hard to untangle all those threads and in the end. A presidential election took place for the club that he was almost the signature issue and with laporta. Winning like we always said about for laporta was vote for messy and that kind of wound up being the case here. Yeah from the messy side of things. I don't think this is really a surprise. And you know. I've been thinking about what simon cooper said last summer during all the drama where we thought. That's it he's gone. He's had enough of everything as essential as he's being to barcelona for fifteen twenty years. This isn't a one way street like i. I wanna forget the football just for a moment and think about Because simon cooper did a deep dive on them for a book that we hope to have a simon on to talk about. But you know. Forget the love of of barcelona which he clearly has forget the football side of things for a second. He loves living in barcelona and he loves his house and his neighborhood and the relatively considering his status as the world's most famous athlete the relative privacy of his existence. And if you think that they're only three possible top level destinations for him outside of barsa so london paris or manchester if he went to either one of any of those all those home comforts disappear if he moves and i. I suppose he's kind of know you know he's had a weight. Lifted off on the international scene and he can do what he tried to do in twenty eighteen which was focus all the attention on barcelona winning what they need to win. And you know. I suppose if you if you put those angles together. This this makes sense for from his perspective Yeah i think so. And i think there's something to the allure of him ending his career as a one club man with lona. I think there is something important about that kind of four for whatever this matter somebody with for his brand not to cut across you know lino. He will consider himself a one club man he moves to. Mls that's you know. He didn't consider himself that but he wouldn't be. He he would be really will be. That would move to. Mls at the stage in his career at which he'd be out would be a a lifestyle move. Let's not let's not kid ourselves here. The exact reason that. I don't consider stephen girard a one club man. I absolutely consider well. You'd be wrong okay. with regards to messy in the situation like we said barcelona. This is not this is can we. Can we talk about what this means for them on the field like obviously having the on your team is his massive be obvious statement of the century and with him. You know they immediately not become remain a title contender both in europe and of course domestically but there there have been conversations about okay. What is actually best for this club now like we said i'm seeing now. Jj at sky sports and some other places that it's a fifty percent pay reduction that messy is going to be taking still an incredible sum of money that he'll be pocketing because what he was making before was bonkers makes sense given his talent what he means to the club but it was still insane so they still are going to have to make a lot of moves and get rid of players that are seemingly valuable to them You know there's there's been a lot of talk about a potential swap with antoine. Going back to let it madrid and soul potentially going to barcelona which i think you know wouldn't be such a terrible thing but again barscelona are gonna have to make some changes and reduce their wage structure significantly given the fact that last season they finished third that they didn't advance nearly as far as they would have liked to in europe. Are barcelona moving forward or is this you know great as messy is are they kind of just in a in a moment of plateau here. I think your moment to plateau is is a good point. I think from their standpoint in a financial crisis they have managed to keep their their crown jewel. It's a short term winge however this is the virus loaner that no longer can expect to win in with messy can't dominate domestically with them. And so it's hard not to feel that this contract might might stifle the painful rebuilding process. That has to begin at some point. Nope you you you said there about you know. It's a significant pay reduction. It's still a lot of money signing marsden of espn has tweeted this. Some reports say will be fifty percent caught if that was true including the image rights contract. His new deal would be worth thirty six million euros gross still about almost fifty million dollars excluding the image rights deal more like thirty million euros. That's ignoring bonuses. However sources have indicated that messy will be paid more and twenty two twenty three then this twenty one twenty two and it's not simply an x. Percent caught it staggered to help barcelona now buying them time to get their house in order next year regardless more cuts donated to register this deal and how however much it is still a lot of money post contracts straightforward etc. So he's still going to get a huge amount of money. Yeah it's just being front. What what's the term you guys use frontloaded Towards the end of our towards the laugh stages of the contract. You mean backloaded backloaded. Excuse me back owed. Yeah so that's just to help them out right now and i personally believe it. It's so tough to do this kind of thing and we've seen it. We've seen it regularly in american sports. I'm not you know i'm not saying. Barcelona can't thrive with messy but financially. He is still a significant burden to what needs to be done. And what needs to be done. This is the next era a complete post messy think and if he wasn't willing to take much much less than he's taking no they're still hampered by so there's something i always think about. Jj i wonder if if you remember this i think it was graham hunter that we had on When this all initially happened and he was talking to us about the complexities of nessie remaining with barcelona the political structure but most interesting perhaps to me was when he was talking about the actual on field at all. And i correct me. If i'm wrong. He used some kind of terms something to the effect of the language of messy on a as a footballer. Not like literally not that he speaks spanish or whatever like literally like a as a as a player messy is out there on the field speaking a different language than the rest of us and most of us now when barcelona were at their peak. Any esta spoke. Javi spoke it but since those players have gone away other players come in that we thought were very good coutinho. Maybe even grease men to a certain extent these players that we've seen thrive in other places but for whatever reason it seemed that on the football field they did not speak the language of messy and i look at barcelona now and i'm just wondering okay. Do they have do they. Have those guys who can coexist with him. Who can find a way to play around him. It's always been the problems that argentina. I think have had for all their great talent. Did they have guys who could coexist and find ways to play with this extraordinary talent and just so much different than everyone else out there. I think what we're in for is a fascinating season for perjury. You know just at just eighteen years old. They're still so much unfulfilled potential which is incredible to think about given what we saw last season and given what we just saw the euros Will he speak mris. Language will some of these players coming in. You know a guero like we thought when luis suarez went to barcelona that his career was kind of winding down And you know he's sort of had this incredible revival there. He spoke the language him and messy. Were brilliant together. Could something similar happened with the guero. at argentina. That wasn't necessarily the case. But maybe in a different structure with barcelona will be so. I'm very curious to see you know as messy remains. What will barcelona due to surround him with guys that they can play with him. I mean there is the argument that having messy for these years these formative years of fatty and patriot is essential. So i understand that but that's an it's an expensive essentially if you know what i mean. Yeah it's going to be fascinating. It's good to have him still at barcelona just to talk about fan feelings. It feels right and We see where to go from here. But i wouldn't be surprised if something major has to happen. Andrew that means maybe we don't see him with some of the players. You suggested there like maybe we don't see him where the guero maybe not that registration that that issue falls apart although you can imagine messy fellow countrymen of fellow teammate. Maybe his his disappointment if that does happen But the board have to find a way here. You know we can talk about on the field at all we want. The next few weeks are going to be all about chopping changing trimming fat nip and tuck. Yeah it is going to be interesting by the way. I speak the language of messy. I'm fluent do you are That's interesting do you speak the leaked recordings of florentino perez. So andrew before we get to spend. I just have to read these quotes so I'm according here from a espn. Afc adriana garcia. How degrade article Based on el confidencial which is a you know a a grit name for for publication. That's going to push this kind of stuff. So y'all got hold of tapes of conversations that of peres have some of them from two thousand six two thousand seven some of them from twenty twelve here. He is speaking about renaldo. And by the way we could call this section of the podcast florentina calls everyone else. Every legend rail madrid a loser. So here we go. here's renaldo. He is mad. Not not as a as an angry mad. He is mad peres. I'd said of rinaldo and one of the audios released by confidencial. This chap is an imbecile. He's he'll do you think this chap is normal. He's not normal otherwise he wouldn't do the things he does. The last food is thing he did. Everyone around the world saw it. Why do you think he does foolish thing. It is unclear what peres was referring to regarding the foolish thing. Espn approach renaldo representatives for comments Here he is marino marino is an idiot it is not that he does not want to play. Well he's a bit abbott normal. That said he has been overwhelmed by the pressure. So that speaking in two thousand twelve from leaked audio by the way who is taping him. I was gonna ask that. I couldn't track down. Who was taping him As i put this together before the podcast i just stumbled upon it on on twitter He's not wait for this one with for this talk about slaying. The sacred cows of real madrid. He's not a real madrid goalkeeper. What can i say he never has been. He has been our biggest mistake. The problem is everyone loves him. I don't know he has so many people on his side but anyway he is one of the biggest frauds florentino perez on eaker casillas who as a teenage boy played in the two thousand european champions league. Final like a legend of the club. Our biggest mistake so evil. Sometimes i get for this okay. There's a cow left to be slaughtered. Andrew he's a negative guy he's destroying madrid and the morale of the players is so that people say it's not it's mood who are playing badly not rahul. It's terrible water bath. Kid he is he's not going to play for madrid anymore is frontier florentino perez on rule in leaked recordings from two thousand and six. Which i mean didn't leave in two thousand and eight four shulku right. Yeah yeah i'm b. It was later than that again. And legend appre renaldo club. Bona fida club legend. So don't you sometimes don't worry don't we. I feel we all know people kinda like this where i sometimes want to say to someone like when you hate everyone. Maybe maybe you're the problem you like. All these people are bad. They're all the worst. They're all crazy. They're all insufferable like at some point. I just wonder like what is florentino perez. What if we got like the recordings of raul or rinaldo or marino or whoever on on florentino. He seems like a joy. Yeah another recording of this from rt and other recording of peres capture going on the offensive against spanish media outlets markelle television. Espinola we have to win. The battle of america and television espanol with that isolate them not alpes. Which does not be badly says what i like but they but dan director of afraid rather Reliable and the host of l. transistor on order on the sierra was a raimondo della. Dull marina so he was going after. The media's well meglomaniac going to be more from this. I can't wait for the response. From the rinaldo camp. I'm kind of waiting for the response from the florentino camp. Yeah i can't wait for the you know. This was taken out of context. Excuse he's had some few months andrew he really has had quite year while. Jj one other thing actually a couple of other things that just popped up here. That i wanted to mention first off yesterday. Of course it was announced officially that Gianluigi donna roma will be leaving a c milan and going to. Psg fresh off his man of the tournament performance at allow losing goalkeeper. Although they're bringing in liles keeper as a replacement so they were prepared for this but psg upgrading At a at an important position certainly and by the way on a free transfer credible. How's that how can that happen with a twenty two year old. Who of this of this quality. It's amazing well you talk. Ac milan fans and prior to the tournament. At least they were not Not best pleased with donna room behavior and the behavior of his and so this is not going to go over well. Espn afc tweeted a potential psg eleven and suggested they were favorites for the champions league and had a look at it. I ran my bdi across it andrew. And i like. I like a lot of it but They've donna roman gold and we're going to jump forward to the attack is neymar and bob et de maria. Okay the midfield variety perez and a juvenile them but the centrebacks considering the fullbacks kazaa and Will be free much attacking. Imagine a kenyan particular and sergio ramos. Tono about that. I don't think. I love thy element like lots about this team locked in terms of its potency booked cambambe ramos. That's bales. that smells that has the stench of out in the semifinal May maybe but boy. The rest of that team is scary. Yeah on this one album. I mean we're not going to allow to do with as espn f c. Have him as they do in. The center of park variety is going to be a busy busy boy and if album decides like he did against the czech republic not tracking back. Here baby Some of this though it's made a little bit more impressive when you consider like when we think. Psg we think of wild spending and certainly that is a lot of how they built this club However don aroma on a free one album on a free sergio ramos on a free. I mean that's yeah. Those are three key figures on that. Yeah man who hardly pay last season so right hiding highly motivated for sure. Yeah raw is the question. Mark the compendious coming off about tournament. But i still think that he's a good player. Romo's says the bigger question mark for me not necessarily because of his talent. But i just wonder what is his availability at his age and like you said coming off a season where he was not able to stay healthy. Maybe he's just entering that part of his career and so then what do. Psg have after that if those their starting center hats i don't imagine their depth is all that impressive. Not that's the achilles heel certain. What about martinez surely mark. Oh yeah yeah. Yeah oh my god. They're really. i mean whoever. Where was it the red that could be favorites for the champions league. It's not a crazy. I know it was one of one of espn fcc tweets over there. Hey you know big is emoji. Look at this team. They could be good kind of tweet know not an actual team. It's just speculation. of course all of it's speculation at this point but that team. I mean yeah the they are they are potentially scary look we can go through all the contenders for the champions league and probably find potential achilles heels so if those are psg if companion romo's are the biggest achilles heel team that has neymar pay upfront. That's okay. I could live with that a couple others. Jj that just popped up. Your bruce dorfman have rejected. Chelsea's advances at erling haaland a report that in addition to a huge sum of money. They were also going to be offering. Tammy abraham really. That's sweeten the deal Yeah greta to see chelsea continuing. You know what the solid policy of promoting from within giving you the chance. They had that summer. Where we're gonna go with youth and then we've decided Nah that's not really actually the direction that we've decided to go here. Let's go down to two hundred million road on possibly have to pay that much getting highland after. We've already paid for team verner and all the rest i was going to ask. What does anybody would wanna half holland. He's an upgrade at that position. Over almost with the exception of what like levin doffs be imbaba neymar kane. Maybe he's an upgrade over anything that you have. But i do wonder if they're willing to go all in to get him if that's if that's a sign that they're just not expecting or they're not willing to wait for team. Oh verner to come around. Chelsea donghai chelsea don't have to wait from from the beginning of the abramovich year didn't wait on shevchenko. You know Didn't didn't really work out. It didn't stop them spending. It didn't work on what was the what was the player they signed with big fanfare from holland was one of marino's one of the first big merino signings and i mean the guy highly played I'll i can see his face. But whatever like if it doesn't matter to them it's it's churn underwood's who who's up next. Who can we get next. And also there's probably the probably for in terms of chelsea high are hierarchy making sure that their rivals don't get him either you know. Yeah that's a good point. Obviously city and united being the likely candidates for him. But we'll have to wait. And see. Because bruce gonna understand it'll be so they're gonna see this out and then one other. Jj that i saw here. And i wanted to mention for a couple of reasons. So are in robin retired would would prompted a couple of questions for the first being. I thought that happened already know he. He he moved to his He moved grunge to the rest of his career. And we had the occasional glimpse of him playing for them but not much very occasional. He only made seven appearances Well that's what i meant by okay. Occasional themselves The definition how dare you picked me up on my words. Yeah it's bye bye on. What water career andrew. So that is the other thing that i wanted to mention. I have no stats or information of any sort in front of me. I'm acting purely on gut Whenever we have these conversations about like greatest players of the era he is never mentioned. And i think he should be. I think he's the most underrated Maybe not not talked about nearly enough player of the last twenty years. And i agree. He's one of the premier league twice. He is a european cup winner. An fa cup winner. That's not including everything. He won while he was in germany and a world cup. Runner-up no he's a world cup runner-up he's a german footballer of the year in two thousand ten champions the winner a spanish champion as well although the time at real madrid wasn't great. He's an eight times wounds league champion eight times five-time time. Dfb polka winner. He is a fee for world club. Cup these are just a dutch champion. Dutch supercup winner yada yada The super cup charity. He's he's had a an incredible career really incredible career. I think andrew his best years were spent where in germany and again you know no disrespect to the bundesliga bought as As anglo centric is a lot of the world is people watch the bones leader on. He didn't really work out and spent didn't happen. In england it happened massively firm in germany and so weaken week out. We were not Seeing his brilliance he was also prone to manny money injuries But he had an outstanding career really great career and it was. It was the champions league dot constantly reminded us cheese. He's really really good. One of my favorite moments of all time in the champions league is d. I believe it was the o-9 ten quarterfinal at old trafford Louis von hall was the manager of munich and The corner that was taken directly to him so was everyone's waiting for an inswinger and it goes right to the edge of the box. Donahue hit the corner was it's fine steiger and he catches it clean on the volley in australia. Founders are an amazing goal with his left foot. I i know people wanna talk about. Hey you start on the right. And then he caught in on the left and and and do all those things that he could do. Carlos in the top corner leather home all that stuff great but he was a brilliant brilliant footballer. I almost think that that's what makes him. Even more impressive to me is that he'd get the ball and every single person on the field in the stadium watching on television they all. Everyone knew what he was going to do. He had the one signature move essentially and like even even knowing that that was going to be his route. He could still do it and can still score. I think that's i think that's impressive. When you can like teams know how they're supposed to defend you and yet they still are unable to stop you. Yeah brilliant player on a bring in partnership with with damian dolphins. Well dolphin robin became just dislike phrase for early marino teams. They were they. Were so good so go together. It was him that had the dive against mexico in the world. Cup right yes see. I sometimes wonder if that is the part of him. That sometimes turn people off. He had a little bit of that reputation. He had seen that he had gotten into spats at various places with with teammates. Or am i making that up. I feel like. I remember being parts of different. Yeah i'd have to go back and check this specific ones but he. I think he was a challenge in character or right but not. I don't think certainly didn't seem to be that way. He i'm sure he wielded a lot of power in the in the munich in the bayern. Munich dressing room for a long time was brilliant player and by the way diving. Can we need to get off this whole thing A winger wingers of always dived for replaced. Especially the the type of their he was. They will always go to the ground easy and he was an expert. Yes so congrats him. Thirty seven years old wrapping up an incredible career. Truly let's cj. Should we take a quick break. We'll come back do a little bit of us. Men's national team a little bit of euro round up and then a small mailbag as well the smallest niki mailbag. I will permit the break now at the moment all right. Let's go ahead. we'll do that. We'll be right back when you think of the best of the best in sports journalism who do you think of maybe tim bontemps and raina banks already. Spn like vaccaro of the new york post. Rachel acts on from today. And of course woge adrian. Mole generosity of the woche pod. Saint bonaventure university leveraged the insights from these successful alumni to develop their online master of arts and sports journalism program. Sports journalists need to be skilled in traditional news reporting shirt but they also need a wide variety of digital competencies like social media storytelling podcast and mobile experiences. 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But i guess i don't know for some reason i wasn't really aware of it so on your flight home. I would recommend you. The smart lists podcast. It's hosted by jason bateman. Will arnett and sean hayes. It's three of 'em great hilarious actors. And they just have on their guest list is insane. I've just gone back over the last few days. And i'm just like re listening to some of their older episodes and i wonder if you saw this i was on the street. Walking up the block in manhattan to work the other day and sometimes if you're listening to something that's funny you'll like and you're in public you try to sort of like stifle your laugh now. I laugh out loud. i don't kill. I reached a point. Conan o'brien was on as their guests. And he's to me he's one of the most like naturally funny like one of these guys who just can't help but be funny and i was listening to that. I was walking up the street. People all around me and i gave up. I gave up. And i thought you know what like maybe all brighton. Someone's day if they just look over and see a person just laughing wildly. Maybe that'll make someone happy. And so i just gave up. And i was like howling wiping tears off my face like a lunatic as people of like on the street going to work around me you because i know you're laugh. I know when you bellyache and when you really laugh hearts. I mean dot is disturbing sight for anyone who does know what's going on. It was that level. It was i was. I thought someone who's gonna tap me on the shoulder and be like. I need to know what you're listening to. No one cared. You know how to new york city is no one cared. You look at his crazy person. Whatever if you if you took a heart attack in the street you'd be lucky to get someone to look after you. Yes seriously but it was. Mad is really funny. I i recommend it. Let's see a little bit of gold cup. Jj us haiti. The other night on sunday just From like saturday of copa america final through the sunday afternoon euro final through the sunday night gold cup starting just slightly less. Why what was that last so sorry. It's it's like. Yeah yeah what you know. The corp. America final european champions vinyl and then the us versus haiti gold cup. I it's a drop off andrew. Let's be honest not to me I was pacing my living room the same way i was during the penalty shootout in england. Italy it in all seriousness. This game was I kind of forgot it as soon as it ended. It was kind of one of those games. I will say this. Though haiti the us one one nil. Obviously everybody knows that by now. We don't need to go deep on it. Haiti was was pretty good Maybe if like you know who we seen obviously we saw every week with columbus crew. There were some chances that fell to him that you would maybe expect him to finish and it could have really made that for an even more interesting game so the us were. They were not at their best. Which i think we expected somewhat given this given the roster but it wasn't it was not Instilling much confidence. But it's early. I mean. Haiti had a really good run at the last gold cup in two thousand nineteen so they obviously a developing country. They're getting better. I'm jeff carlisle. Put it best expectations for the united states. Men's national team are high in the gold cup regardless of who actually suits up not only is the. Us expected to win every game. In the tournament's group stage by clear margins as well failed to reach such a level and the tendency to look at the players scans begins. And i didn't see any of it i have read about it Because i'm here in ireland. Obviously and it was interesting to read some of the comments. So i i put out to our educated listenership on twitter ship. michael Fuqua said this slow ball movement disjointed lada sideways passing backwards and aronson the passing department some individual poor performances which have been noted zimmerman. Boosts your and a kosta stood out to me Patrick heater said it was an uninspiring lineup. Dot an uninspiring result. The ball move slowly. Transition defense was terrible. It got better with buccio for jackson. You'll but the lack of natural wingers is a big problem and in other tweets the name jonathan lewis popped open awful lot on his poor performance. I mean there was journalists even before the torch before the tournament when they they saw the announcement of the squad were questioning. I mean how is this gonna. Yeah tim i you mentioned. You'll i thought he was a little bit him. And i thought he was not at his best. You know i'm not gonna blanket judge guys off of this one game Do you never do no not off of in not off of one game if if he has a bad tournament. We'll have another conversation. There's a first time you've seen them understand that. I think he does some good things. But i just didn't think he played well the other night. I sometimes wish he would be more like attack minded forward looking forward like some of that. Lateral passing that. you're talking about. I think some of that is him. Certainly there's one other name. I did want to mention in terms of guys who what were the three that that the one Listener put out there. Buccio buccio cost costume. Yeah yeah. I would agree with those. There's another one that really jumped out to me. I thought shack more was excellent from fullback. Given the fact that. I think i think he only learned eleven hours before the game that he'd be starting it was going to be reggie can and but then he was pulled out for small minor injury and so shack more was kind of just like thrust into it and boy i thought he made the most of it. I mean in terms of the united states is attack minded play in the first half especially he was part of everything So i was. I was really impressed with him. A guy who we were you know he went to lita. We were all kind of intrigued by him and it didn't. It just didn't happen for him. There vantera it just like it. Never he never really got a chance to break through. And now you know you kind of blink your eyes and he's not so young anymore twenty four years old and so he's moved down he's now in the second division in spain and He's now getting chances and he played a ton last season i think he played more minutes for them For his team than anybody else on it and so he's been called back into the picture for the. Us is kind of a role. But you just you know the unfortunate thing for him is that he's playing a position that is loaded right now between desk cannon brian reynolds. They're all right backs so it's gonna be hard to see shack. Moore's opportunities grow all that much from where they are now but like like we always say injuries will happen and if he can just move himself up. The pecking order one spot. Maybe two spots you know you never know. And his former what it's been but he could find it could be interesting to see if Gregg berhalter has difficult decisions to make for world cup qualifying rosters again as a depth player. Not as a starter. But i was impressed with him. I i like when guys kind of just like fall into an opportunity and make the most of it. I thought he did. You see the team actually matters because this is the team from which you're going to select the players went invariably some european stars are injured and these guys will have to be called upon. And that's why you when people get upset about performances and are worried about what is essentially. Nmls eleven or a b team eleven. You know they have a right to do so because they know the way. This game works tober heavy calendar again. Who's gonna be available. Who's going to be ready to go on. And that's why this matters in a different way to just winning it. Yeah What you said before From carlisle about expectations. That's interesting because that is something we talked about last week. Where i i said that i am not going into this tournament with title or bust Aspirations they could win it. I don't mean to say that like there are also ran and to be. I mean to almost be semi contradictory. I believe that a loss against anyone other than mexico would be cause for some concern. But like i said mexico one Over guatemala rennell following up their nil nil to start out this tournament. You know mexico or the best team in this tournament but the us the us. Costa rica. they. I think the united states have every reason to feel that. They're right there with costa rica. Next so yeah. Don't get me wrong. While i while. I don't think that the united states has to win this trophy. I do believe that they better be there. Right near the end. Or we'll have We'll have more questions to ask. Come the end of this tournament certainly for sure. let's see. I don't have too much more on that because like i said i won't go one more thing. Us men's national team goalkeeper related. That wanted to throw out you. And i realized this is random. Have we just got declan. Raised by someone so david show. I don't know if you saw this. I did tweet it out for instagram'd from his From his account a picture of him training with the us mexican team in full Mexican training top regalia and some notable players took lozano's in the picture and he tweeted this picture of himself with the players training And this is the caption. So i've been trying to decode this one. Strictly dedicated to the brown pride. Just a kid from oxnard. See california walking man emoji. Mexican flag Pizon e or gl which means. I know i'm pronouncing that wrong. But it means country pride that service that looks like. he's he's on his way. Yeah that's certainly. That is how i read into it. That's yeah i mean. I guess it's not done. But i wonder if he looks at the depth chart and just doesn't with the united states. And maybe as like guys like stephan horvath. They're fairly young. Goalkeepers can obviously play for a while So he may just look at it as okay. I like playing for the us. He was on the cap nations league. Final twenty three man roster you know he might say i like playing for the us now but like there's they're stopping blocks ahead of me. Let me go check out. Mexico turns out. I like playing here too. And maybe there aren't as many So it'd be unfortunate. Like i don't want any good player to leave the american set up. But if he did i kinda i kinda get it. I suppose disappointing having the olympic qualifying and everything. So i'm speaking of ethan horvath. He has signed permanently for nottingham forest andrew in the championship which i think is a great move but he needs to be number one and just looking at the responses from city fans Sorry from forest fans a lot of fars fines are saying that kind of oh. It's great to have competition for our number one goalkeeper. Which at this point in ethan harvest career. That can't be the case. You would agree with that. Yeah yeah. I would hope that. I don't know. I guess we'll have to see how that plays out. I i kit. Basically some of them are saying. It's not definite that. It won't be brice samba as number one again dot. I'm sure even. Harvard is not signing for nottingham forest without at least some kind of assurance that he will be given a running games to to prove himself. And then if there's about laughter that for the number one jersey fair enough but It will be a bad move to end up at copay. You're exact same position not playing. Yeah i agree So us martinique later. Tonight's match from the group stage of the gold cup We haven't really talked much about gianluca. Buccio he came on as a saab in kansas city. Fan base. There went wild the second he appeared every time you touch the ball. They went crazy as you would expect. And he he fed off of it. He certainly fed off of it and he was really fun to watch. He brought life to that game. I think you know a lot of people who saw the other night will be curious to see how he's used moving forward because that was like i said in a night that was really not a ton of fun. He was a bright spot and he stood out so To get that in there because we do not really touch much on him. Yeah and it seems like he is set for syria. Serious interest coming from italy for him so the move to europe for him seems it seems inevitable. I mean this is a guy who the hype around him has been there for a long time. The i mean he in two thousand seventeen. He became the youngest player. Freddy adu to sign a majorly Nmls soccer contract. He was just over fifteen years old. So like this is. This has been coming for a while now and now. He's starting to get his chance with the national team. And yet it's i'm sure it is imminent. I'm sure those sporting kansas city fans were going to try to appreciate the swat can because this is your he's destined. This kid is destined for europe. And you could. You could get a glimpse of it the other night. So i'm i'm excited about that. Certain moving forward alright. Jj final thoughts on the euro's okay. We've had some time to digest. What was a really thrilling month. I just have a couple of categories. Here what kind of run through them. Although before we do that you know i. I guess it's most pressing the fallout from the england defeat. A lot has been made obviously of the response from fans over the way things went down in the penalty shootout and the response. Unfortunately like we had talked about on the podcasts. You you will be recording last week. You manage to see just at the end right before. We stopped recording that there were already. Reports of racial abuse on social media for the players for england missed their penalties. And i just found it so given that moment It was so depressing to me that there are that there are people who would react that way. I sometimes i was thinking more about it in the following day afterwards and i think that like a penalty shootout. It's almost the perfect way to hold a mirror up to yourself as a person because like again. I'm not trying to say that missing penalty is or making a penalty. I'm not. I'm not saying. It's all luck i understand. We've had this conversation many times. There is skill to at certain guys are better than others. But there's an element missing a penalty. Doesn't mean you're a crap player by any stretch of the machination. There is some randomness to it. And so to me knowing that if you step up if your fan and a player misses a penalty in a moment as big as that and like your reaction isn't to hug him but rather to spew vitriol and hate at him over something that has such a huge element of randomness to it then. I'm sorry like you have some questioning. Do for yourself as what kind of person you are on a but i get fans are allowed to be upset. Of course. they wanted to win that game. I understand that that was a depressing moment. Not to see marcus. Radford's reaction after he missed that penalty. Like if your reaction isn't wanna put an arm around him and instead your reaction is to go to twitter and spew racial abuse at him like what kind. What does that say about you. What kind of person did you. You're racist and tha but take away the penalties a john. Barnes said at the start of the tournament and speaking to sports. He says the minute that about black there something This were all in it. Together or come on england feeling completely evaporate and they'll go straight to the races an un and that's what it was. There was abuse a soccer ashford and sancho immediately immediately after. They missed their penalties. Andrew people are the penalty kicks. Don't bring out the racism. Racism is always there the penalty. Kicks are merely just an avenue forest There was the defacing of marcus. Ashworth mural in wilmington which is actually turned out to be something kind of beautiful as everyone has just posted messages of support. All across the muriel. It's been it's been something lovely and something that's overwhelmed radford. He will now all also. He was playing injured throughout this tournament. He might be out till october. With twelve weeks with shoulder injury But but the fallout of of everything that happened on sunday So the the fallout of the racial abuse has quite typically slipped into the political realm Pretty potala who the home secretary Tweeted is disgusted that england players who have given so much for our country this summer have been subject to virus abused on social media and she went on that they should be punished to the full extent of the law and comments and all these things and she was re tweeted by caught. Tweeted rather by tyrone mings. You don't get to stoke the fire at the beginning of the tournament by labeling are anti racism message as gesture politics which she said about prior to the tournament about players taking the knee and then pretend to be disgusted. When the very thing where competing against hopkins. Which i thought was a very reasonable point from from tyrol things. Yeah on on. so so. that's been part of. The conversation has being this kind of back and forth between members of the english team and or tyrone mings and and members of the ruling conservative party and the other side of it is. I can't believe this. Andrew game has hardly been disclosed yet the events surrounding the game the I suppose the invasion of wembley by ticketless fans that has been on irish radio every single day. It's now thursday interest since the since the final being discussed in the bbc. How could this have happened. Why was there so few police there. Why didn't the stewards have more Why weren't there more stewards. A and b. Why weren't they supported. More by the london metropolitan police london metropolitan police There was a guy Spokesperson outside scotland yard. The other day saying well you know it wasn't our fault. It was nothing to do with us And then there's the discussion in ardent about the viability of the joint. Uk and ireland world cup bid for twenty thirty after the when be security breach. How much damage is that. Don is there any point going forward with such a bid considering now that you way for are are launching an investigation into how the showpiece final for the tournament ended up being taken over by ticketless. fans I was listening to miguel delaney on the radio. Miguel delaney was on sky. He was on irish radio. He was on british. Radio is everywhere because he was at the game and one of the things he said and talking to security people is that they don't fear You know the kind of hooliganism we see punching and kicking in the streets. You know they don't want that but they don't fear that kind. You think what they fear is a sudden surge fans into the ground because of we've what we've seen historically happen at different groans Including his nineteen eighty-nine and You know things of that nature. A surge of fans ticketless fans are just fans general into into a ground. That kind of crowd control element is what what concerns security people and we again we then get reports I saw in the telegraph. There was ticketless fans in seats that were reserved for people and people had to go so that to sit in the concourse. Roberto mancini son. His seats were inhabited by people. Who had no tickets. He had to say in in one of the isles. I mean decided so that is so hard to understand where you would think all would take would be steward with mentioned son saying okay. Well where's your ticket mentioned. He sun here. It is okay. We'll person in that seat. Where's your ticket. But how is this complicated. It's complicated as the concourses are probably absolutely full. If you're a security guy in minimum wage you want to pick a fight with someone who's been drinking since ten o'clock in the morning. I mean on the video so the video was we saw the videos emerge of Of like a crowd of guys centered around some guy with a bucket hat who was huffing as much cocaine as he code into his nose at like twelve in the afternoon. You know this was a. I know there were people. There who lost their minds. Ladder event occurring they. They truly lost their minds. I mean you're right to say like a store. Does he want to pick a fight. No of course not. But i like going to remove him well but so but there is protocol his like at a certain because at a certain point you do have to do your job. This person is handing me his ticket. Look there's someone in my seat like okay. So the store and walks over. The other person doesn't have their ticket. It's not his. He doesn't have to pick a fight but he can alert security protocol. You saw some of what happened on the concourse when when the finds rush in and stewards were abused and shouted out on a test and the initial the initial crush of fans storming the stadium. You're right. I don't know what can be done about that other than having a greater security presence in the first place. There's not one once that dan has been broken. Yeah i'm talking about once. We're in the stadium and people are in seats. That belong to other people there is. There's reasonable protocol in place. I'm not accusing anybody of not following it. It just seems to me. Nobody even if you move that. Excuse me sir. And he goes oh absolutely. I'll move problem. And he moves down the line. He's moving back into a concourse. That's absolutely packed. He can't be moved from the ground. Anyway the safest thing at that point was just probably just accepted like roberto mancini sunset. The point getting into some kind of argument. That's going to cause a bigger crowd disturbance in a bigger problem and let people just stay there Simon cooper was on the radio. As well and simon cooper was at the game and he said not the opposite of what miguel delaney said. But that there was he felt it was a much more carnival esque atmosphere. He saw 'em ticketless fans end up in the disabled seating. You know who that is right at the front of the stein and he said that there was disabled people with with their companions in that area and then also in that area crowding around them were quite able bodied people who had come into the ground clearly without tickets. I pretty pretty extraordinary. But the upshot of it is now that ireland is like do. We wanna go into a bid with with with with the english. Fa don't know it's still probably their best chance at hosting world cup. Why think tha i think. Span imports go now Who are going to be. The iberian bid apparently are preparing a bid. I think they've Considering the way you if will be in saffron and those involved. I think they've stolen in march. Oh man that's that's entrance. What a thing to have come out of sunday's final like given the drama of the game and like you're right and by the way there was an element of danger to it. There's reports coming out yesterday. That harry maguire's father broke a couple rips in the initial crush. He was there was a stampede and he went down and he broke two ribs. See that dot is the thing that I've kind of learned over the last few days from listening to people who've talking to secure talking to people who are involved in stadium security mean you get into a scuffle so what it could be dealt with as long as it doesn't turn into some kind of mass brawl but it's the actual crushing rushing the stampeding that people can be. That's the real problem. Yeah thank god. It wasn't actually worse than Whatever was the went down Just some thoughts on the actual tournament self. Like i said i just have a couple of categories. Here we can run through a couple of thoughts on it. We'll start with the bad here. I was just wondering this is so obvious. I don't have anything profound to say about it for the biggest disappointment of the tournament It it has to be france for me And and specifically. I hate to say this because i love him and i still think he's an incredible player but imbaba think we thought that this would be his tournament And it was not. He was a disappointment by by any standard really. And i expect him to to kick on and thrive moving forward maybe uses as a learning experience. He's still so young but in terms of what the expectation was for him. Coming in. this was. This was disappointing. I've gone with france to andrew. I tink i've gone with francis a whole. I mean the only really played the football. They are capable of doing for forty five minutes in this tournament. And that was against Switzerland it was exhilarating but like a brief brief candle Turkey were horrendous. It's almost much more from them. And the dutch were as dear. Telegraph said throwing sandon or is also uefa. Forget the final for a second. Generally across this tournament the constant pandering to the governments in hungary in azerbaijan to the point where they had to distort and twist their own message on a gb t equality was just disappointed. You know if we said this before you're not have been things if you say you're four equality your four inclusion and then you just waiver on it because you wanna keep Some autocrat happy. The generally speaking i would say the the overall Format of this tournament was also a disappointment. I mean not even necessarily the twenty four team format. I i mean the idea of there. Being games played across the entire continent numb. I thought created a little bit of imbalance in terms of certain teams getting certain advantages You know the difficulty for fans to To be a part of it because of the weather straight. Yeah i absolutely i felt they got absolutely screwed by the by the by the system and i think safran has said he he personally would not want. I think he was speaking in in the royal. We that you wear for wouldn't go back to this. This format again. Yeah i mean this was supposed to be a one off right. This was supposed to be for the sixty year anniversary. They wanted like they had this ideal. All of your. I mean i don't know. But yeah i would say it. Didn't it didn't land the way that maybe they had hoped it would all right. Who stock rose the most. I have a few i've got. I've got a few here as well do you want. Do you wanna go first. Yes sure i mean. I'll go with my my most obvious one i. I don't know maybe. Italian fans will disagree and say his stock was already high. But i just. I just come out of this. Viewing federico as differently than i did coming in. I always knew he was a good player. Obviously he's adventists. But now i kind of him as a world elite and. I didn't necessarily do that before so for me. It's it's kind of simple like he kind of really upped himself up into the next ashkelon of of really talented young players So him for one The other one somewhat quickly here because we've talked a lot about him pedri again just a young player of the tournament for me for i think officially to at just eighteen years old to be playing and by the way. Jj so he played all that time for barcelona during the season then he came to this tournament and played like a billion minutes and his summer is not over. he's he's going to be playing in the olympics for spain. This is like yeah. But but meanwhile like weston mckennie like the thought of of appeals. Second rain like setting foot in the us for the gold cup is just not like it's impossible again. I get it. I'm not criticizing bear halter. Just funny that like patriot could just never stopped playing. Like guys who played in one game for the concha captioning nations league. It's like no that's it. Shut him down. But like i saw a what accord from louis c. k. about pedri. It really sums it up. This is from his own manager says what patriots done in these euros. I have never seen with an eighteen year old. not from anyone in the euro's world cups olympic games. It's something away from all logic. That's a nice thing to say to have your manager. Say about you so proud patriot. He's he's going to be just a brilliant brilliant player. I agree i think In my stock rising. I have spin zola for his early performances. And your stock always rises in your absence. Never forget that I talk variety was excellent. Kiiza and patriot have included. I think lewis enrique as a manager. His stock has gone through the roof. yeah recall is to is through the roof strong. It's not a good call because spain. We all thought that spain could only do one thing. And i think we came out of this tournament not feeling that way about them that they fun to watch that they were really like an added bonus to this tournament. Yet roberto mancini. Obviously i think hole. We're talking about louis. Enrica st changing style spans. Dna still pretty solid in the possession. Game roberto mancini to do what he did with an international team. And i know they couldn't always play like that but who does in the nocco tournament of a knockout stages of tournament even even the great brazilian teams didn't always come up and play with the same kind of Spirit as they had group stages mancini for me masterful masterful performance from him span. Imports goes twenty thirty world cup. Bid for reasons. As i've already said i think luke shawl constantly ramming it down the throat of joe's marine. You know just wonderful performance. I mean as good as united fans will tell you is being for them any has to do it on this kind of stage into score a goal in the semifinal was like dotson other thing for me for twenty minutes. Garrett's okay so show giving de lorenzo such a tough time and then decided not to keep doing it. Just madness to me. I thought iron ramsey had a great tournament is well. I enjoyed his goal against turkey. As much as i've enjoyed anything I think italian football stock has risen under. This is a country who despite what people will tell you with grateful pulling nation. Well it's twelve game is in serious bother. I believe and it's not in decline but it is in bother even when you see inter-milan top team rather internacional early as they want to be called You know top team like this struggling hugely financially and the whole tobacco there who was going to buy the tv deal spitting writes all of that. I think this was a grit summer for italian football. That their national team could could embody such positivity and denmark as a country the way it came together for this summer the football they played in the wake of you know unfathomable trauma watching team it. Pass away on the field only firm to come back to life Amazing demer provided so many amazing moments in this tournament. And that's my stock risen. Had one other one which is an interesting one just like i. It's a player. We talked about five years ago and then didn't and now five years later. I thought renato sanchez at portugal had a really strong as as we saw him win. This competition as child there were such huge hopes for him and then he is about with byron. Went to swazi. Didn't work and then he kind of disappeared except not really because he's been lille where he was a big part of their title-winning campaign season. And now you know the these euros almost like a rebirth for his public profile. So see what happens. There's already talked. There's already talk about liverpool. Being interested in tottenham being interested in them so we'll see what happens but he was. He was really fun to watch for portugal avenue. It needs to happen now for him as he's Just twenty three maj doing all that in your career. Twenty-three right and like still have people consider your disappointment. Doesn't seem fair but we'll see where he goes from here now and to kind of wrap it up here. Jj i'm just curious. Some of the most memorable moments for you industry moment christian sins pleasure either against russia at the park stadium and again at the park in st stadium. The visitors were belgium in that second game. Where denmark took the lead belgium. Just this was if you're disappointed that belgium didn't do what didn't go all the way in this tournament. Just go back and watch that game on. At least you've got the glimpses of this team could be that second half with izoard on what kevin de broin putting on a masterclass. Kevin de boina will never play better than not it was. It was remarkable at croatia. Spain and france switzerland that bumper day of of drama. And which most people are still breakfast from your benjamins behind bounce retrieval finish just against the swiss incredible and include ramsey's goal vs turkey. The bowl from gareth. Bale the torch to finish But i could go on andrew. I love the the nets from this tournament. A what the goal nets goal nets were perfect. And now the foreseeable the show where. Jj recites poetry that no no no. The goal nets had the correct they were. They had the correct. Hotness bay also had a nice kind of was it. It's not quite not a diamond shape. Was it an octagon shape. Think it was a octagonal just perfect and when the ball hit the net. It had a just a lovely crisp crisp finish Wonderful if you wanna see the opposite of that look at the. Us in ninety four nights very billowy like a like a big dress. Not good you know. I get that and and i love the pack stadium just perfect football ground a couple from a you mentioned some of them but You mentioned the christmas in goal that might have in terms of actual individual standalone moments. That might have been my favorite from the whole tournament. God that game was just so much fun Jj obviously the patrick schick goal from halfway line offer me. We exit this tournament with that. Being my favorite. Probably the the goal of the tournament is still like that was just the ultimate like get out of your seat and scream as that played out moment and then to others that are little. Maybe one of them is more off the beaten path. Tow muller's miss verse england. It was for me that that might be the biggest. What could have been moment of the tournament. I mean obviously that so happens the way it happens and like inland wind up. They have that route kind of paved in gold for them. Right to wembley for the final against italy and germany are viewed exiting the tournament. As just like such a disappointment. End of an era with the manager. Leaving like what are we. Think of this team going forward into the next world cup like if that goal goes in it was one the only eightieth minute. Thomas miller is one on one with the keeper and he just shanks at wide like if that goes in and they go on to win that game extra time or penalties or whatever it just so funny how perceptions of a huge sweeping perceptions in the sport or just. They're always kind of like hanging by a thread. it's just like that was such a sliding doors moment. I thought oh the germans. Isn't it football isn't it. Never write them off contract and then by the same token also involved in germany. My other favorite moment From this turn it be just the incredible rapidly changing sequence of events in the final group stage matches for the group of death where just like if felt like in a span of forty five minutes like every every permutation was happening until finally who was correct goes goal in the eighty four. Th minute for germany that finally settled things but up until that point hungary was going through it was just we talk about how this format is not great for the group stage because with three or four teams getting out of most groups. It's kinda lacks drama. But that was that was at least one situation where there was stole a lot of it in that group so it did. It did make for a really fun. A final day in the group stage. So those are those remind. Those were the memorable moments. I'm sure we miss tons more but those are the ones that struck me. Well let people can be. I'm still living on the stodgy right now. The last few days so if anyone wants to tweet us at a soccer pod caught off site pottage email dot com or caught off site east. Espn on instagram. And let us know what your favorite moment was from the tournament. Dr your least favorite moment. Please speaking of which Before we get out as shot out different ways to get in touch with us. I believe you through together. A mailbag just like moments before we we logged on here today yet. Quick mail busy just to let people know we're still interacting with them as always kenneth baker responding to the euro semifinal episode. Wow what an episode. George washington d. You chop down that cherry tree. No ma'am it was old hatchet. Andy there he is in the neighbor's yard now bringing you back to colonial times it was me all along. Italians getting naked. Don't haze from zachary zachary. This is one of the best pods. I've listened to in the last two years of listening it's the content. It's your willingness to go there talking about what we want to hear andrews field andrews field through his eagles cowboys. Comparison was hilarious. And also poignant then. Jj reminding truly new order. Is everything exceptional broadcast mates. This has been so lovely. Thank you thank you. Thank you people. Signed by the way i did enjoy final are are your two thousand. Eur two thousand euro twenty twenty final. Podcast i thought that was really good. Yeah certainly certainly fun to do now allowing ace okay. I'm allowing ish I'm permitting it as long as you don't go on too long and bore everybody then you know when taking it out not even want it if if i if. I'm going to have roadblocks and like guardrails around me. I take back. The freedom of expression is very important to me. So raymond barre and next pod any chance we can get an update. On spurs sandy's thoughts about tottenham next season. I have this feeling. It's going to get worse. And the insanity of mendez running the club. I mean santee. Santo managing could be the perfect setup for the complete rebuild. That is coming. However i shout newness berta santo could be perfect to rebuild now not just started but do it. He uses bills young talent. Unlike spurs andy's best friend forever marino. I don't know about that that's been on. I need to know what happens next. Jay you understand truth while andrew always wishes and loves. he's a hippie. Is our andy. Andrew spurs e update. There's not much to update. I mean we talked about the new. No appointment. I gave my thoughts on it which was basically wait and see like there's some managers if they'd hired kante. I would've said this is great. We can get behind us with no. I can't say that. I think he's a wait and see appointment do you worry. Do you take to cut to the quick hair. Do you worry about The ca- tentacles of mendez now being within your No i don't i mean. Should i be you what what are you. What are you implying that. Suddenly a lot of players the tottenham shouldn't have on their team will be brought into the fold. Just some of that that he would be defacto. I mean it could be like director of football. Look if if what did he say that. I'm all love and hope and your mr real or whatever which is utter nonsense but at any rate like it could also be a good thing in terms of like he's a super agent and has connections to very talented really good players. It was a good. I mean whether you like it or not. What a wolves fan say. It was a bad connection for that club to have no spos- not but it's So i don't know. I don't think he's going to be. I don't see him as running the team. I think that that's a miss. What if we if we look at the template that was laid down and the article by tired panja where his client kutuzov asked fiorentina to sign. Three george mendez players. They refuse to and it caused problems. Well that's fiorentina Okay we'll see by the way. I'm not i'm not. Casting aspersions in charge mendez. Just over legally clear. George mendez is an adviser wasn't advisor at wolves on he's an agent of football agent. I'm not suggesting any impropriety. So yeah. I don't know. I don't know what his what sort of influence he's going to have over. Daniel have no idea. But yeah i mean look we'll do. Epl preview podcasts. And i'll have more time. I guess to formulate thoughts on time. I guess the most basic thought i have is that they're they're probably not as bad as whatever we think. They are right now because of the low morale of what last season was for them until until anything has settled with harry kane. It's hard to have any opinion of them because he means so much to them so if if he goes it's a huge blow but if he goes and they recoup that money in ways that are beneficial to them moving forward then it may not be so bad so it's almost hard to have a final analysis of them at the here we are what july fifteenth it. It was you yes. It was as a matter of fact news even more unfair for you to say So i'm going to ask you this question. Now let's just hope you don't bore. Everyone like like your. You know the godfather of of entertaining content. I mean my goodness andrew. Can i rescue this for you. Know i wanted to die on the vine. No i want you to be happy with me as we go to the end of this podcast. And there's only one surefire way that we can do that. It's by slagging off arsenal so ours the last two one to hibernian in a preseason friendly and their fans are freaking out. So i saw so i didn't. I didn't dawn on me. That arsenal were playing hips. Like i wasn't even thinking about preseason friendlies already happening so i was twitter and i saw our tout was trending. I thought what happened at the do something like is he in trouble and then i saw oh they lost a friendly to abs and so yes the fact that got trending off of a defeat in a in a pre-season friendly was kind of that was funny to me. I will i will. I i saw. The freakout was hilarious. they were two nil down until the eighty second minute when emile smith role poland backing. It is phony. it's unfunny i mean. Everyone loses preseason games. The one cares and they. They had a pretty strong team out that obama pro front in katya with him William was playing l. nearly cedric. Yeah one of the funny things was that arsenal fans weren't happy with the that's put it. Willians preseason shape his summer bod well. it's fifteen he's got a month. Yeah i do wonder now like with with the euros. Having entered it almost seemed like there was like an unofficial ban on transfers. While that was going on when now are we gonna see just the rush of moves. It has to be coming because really nothing much happened. I mean obviously donald room moving a big deal after the euro's but it must be coming. When is the patrick ship to newcastle announcement. Jj a doodo at someone tweeted out a straight after. I can't remember what. Podcast we that you and i said. Oh patrick schick to everton. Our new newcastle was on the cards. Unlike the liverpool echo reported everton in talks which six agent is written in star. It certainly was. This was fun. Yeah i enjoyed very much. We'll be back with you of course next week with another one of these whenever take a week off. We pride ourselves on that. We'll have door. I'm on vacation and we're doing this. Yeah we'll have more Us men to discuss as the gold cup continues. We'll see what goes on as things continue to trent transpire and the transfer window So there will always be things talk about and the oh my god the olympics. Starting so we'll have a lot of. Us women's stuff to get into as they go for the gold so it's fun. This is always fun man. I hope you enjoy your Remaining days in ireland with your friends. I'm going blue one ongoing. Thank you andre. i'm going to go on frolicking. The newly mown grass now what an image. I can see it like i can actually. It's an image can actually see. Yeah because you're a you're imagine me naked. That's the problem. No not naked. But like kinda with like some kind of oshkosh gosh overalls are maybe like a pinwheel hat. That kind of thing. Let's all sit with that for a while all right. Hey this was fun man. Enjoy it. I hope you don't sneeze too much. Sometimes newly mowed grass can do that. Enjoy your frolicking to you. I say secular. Hey boy zia take care. Listening to caught offside soccer podcast.

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1439: Get Rid of Half of Your Stuff by Tynan on How To Start With Minimalism & Simple Living for A Better Life

Optimal Living Daily

08:50 min | 1 year ago

1439: Get Rid of Half of Your Stuff by Tynan on How To Start With Minimalism & Simple Living for A Better Life

"Real quick I recommend listening to this show on spotify. Regan listen to all of your favorite artists and podcast in one place for free without prima count. spotify has a huge catalog of podcasts gas. On every imaginable topic Pasi can follow your favorite podcast. So you never miss an episode. Premium users can download episodes to listen to offline wherever and whenever and easily share. You're what you're listening to with your friends on instagram. So if you haven't done so already be sure to download the spotify APP search for optimal living daily on spotify or browse podcasts. In the Your Library Tab also make sure to follow me so you never miss an episode of optimal living daily. This is optimal living daily episode. Fourteen thirty nine. Get rid of half of your stuff by Tainan Tainan Dot Com and I'm just a Malaita personal narrator reading to You with permission from the authors. Today's episode continuing the minimalism Elizabeth Team from yesterday. But I cover lots of topics like personal development or self-help mindfulness happiness. Anything I think can help you live a more meaningful life in just a few minutes every day with get right to it as we optimize your life get rid of half of your stuff by Tynan of Tainan Dot Com. I had to double and then triple check this but apparently I've never written a post on minimalism. Awesome before then again I live in an RV smaller than your walking closet. So I don't suppose this post will come as a surprise to anyone still is probably worth writing a few paragraphs about it for anyone. One Who is considering paring down but has lingering objections to it diagnose a professional gambler and made a ton of money. I did what anyone with a lot of money would do. I bought a house house. My house was about eighteen hundred square feet. which isn't a big house by today's standards but is quite a lot of space for one person? But I didn't consider was that a house comes bundled with pressure pressure to fill it with stuff. So my did I bought tables couches chairs beds knickknacks plants pots pans ends dishes and for robotic lawn mowers. I converted one of the rooms into a movie theater and another into a warehouse to store all of my stuff. If I wasn't compulsive shopper. I was at least an enthusiastic one all the while. I never really thought about the endgame of all this stuff. I knew how to get it into my life but I never really considered how I'd get it out eventually. I was I confronted with disposing of some of my stuff. When I moved into a loft downtown it was modern which means that it was just is three big rooms at blurred into each other and no real storage space? Some of my stuff how to go the burden of selling and giving everything away was huge. It consumed days as in my life for the first time ever I was inconvenienced by consumerism. And along with the downsides of consumerism. I also began to see the upsides of minimalism. Even though I had only half as much stuff as I used to have my life in the Condo was the same a realized that all of the stuff I had didn't really contribute to my happiness penis as I expected in my have later that year I had helped my parents move died. A few more points to the minimalism column. Especially after they wouldn't let me hire a day laborer to do my share of the work but my first real experience with hardcore minimalism was when todd and I set off on life nomadic in two thousand eight I would have brought a medium sized bag but toss ause suggested small ones instead agreed in San. We both got rid of anything. We own that fit into our twenty eight liter backpacks for months. My heart would randomly skip a beat and Yeah I think Oh no jerry. Remember to sell my extra TV and I realized that if it wasn't in the backpack I didn't own any more since then I've remained a minimalist in some someways. Become even more extreme. My backpack is now only twenty two leaders. I have one pair of pants to shirts. One pair of sandals and two pairs of underwear and a Tuxedo. Bud May never wear that the interior of my RV. Ms a bit excessive but I consider working on the RV to be more of a hobby than anything else and at the end of the day having an extra monitor hanging from the wall or a huge converter under the stove doesn't inconvenience me in any way of never seen an example of someone becoming a minimalist and then reverting in having a lot of stuff. It's one of those changes that scary to make but once you get there. You can't really imagine doing anything else. So what so. Great about minimalism. Will the two areas of your life that do contribute to happiness are increased freedom and time the less stuff you have the easier. It is to move who've around whether it's a two week trip to Japan or permanent move to Boston. You get to make decisions based on real factors not based on the hassle of Schlepping your stuff around with you this week on selling a bunch of stuff on Ebay and meeting buyers and shipping is dominating my time that's just one way that stuff steals your time you've to organize it clean. Lean it by it. Repair it look for it and consider replacing it for a few items is not a big deal but when you have a whole house it adds of fast. I find it minorly stressful to be in someone's house who has a lot of stuff because all I can think of is the chunk of one's life it would take to dispose of it. If you want to trial minimalism. I suggest is he said goal of getting rid of half of your stuff. I have almost nothing and I know that I can live happily without half of my possessions. Throwaway things that aren't worth anything ebay things that are worth a lot and give away with leftover. You don't have to count every single item. You own just keep a mental goal of half in your head for bigger items that you just can't bear to give away like a car or bicycle give it a trial by entrusting into your friend for a couple months. My guess is that after a couple months he'll practically forgotten about it and if non on may be something you ought to keep after selling my first load of stuff the two things I missed were my rv and my electric skateboard. So I regard both of them. The reason I'm not trying to convince you to get rid of everything is because I know it's a nearly inevitable result of starting the process of seen it many times getting all of that stuff out of your life and your mind it is addictive the good kind of addictive like as opposed to get a runner's high when he run a lot. You just listen to the post titled Get rid of half of your stuff by Tynan of Tainan Dot Com a real quick thanks to anchor for hosting this podcast. Anger is the easiest way to make a podcast. They'll distribute your podcast for you so it can be heard everywhere spotify apple podcast Google podcast and many more. You can easily make money from your podcast to with no minimum listenership anchored gives you everything you need in one place for free which you can use right from your phone or computer creation tools rules allow you to record an Eddie your podcast so it sounds great. Download the anchor APP or go to anchor dot. FM to get started picky decline in. He's a very unique perspective. Probably one of the most minimalist authors I narrate call right would probably be another they both have a limited number of items. I think Colin only has stuff that he can carry the on him so very limited number of items although it's possible that's changed by now but no need for extremes just simply thinking about this concept of living with a little bit less and understanding in this probably more likely that more stuff is actually hindering happiness. That's a revelation for most people. When you consider all those things he said the time and money of buying maintaining repairing replacing and even thinking about all these things is usually not pleasant as stressor and really having more time and money? That's freedom to do more fun things and spend more time with people you want to be around. That's way more important so definitely think about it seriously. Consider it but I should do for today. Hope you're having a great day back tomorrow as usual where your optimal life awaits. Hey this is Dan from the optimal finance daily podcast broadcasting which is a lot like this show except more focused on personal finance just in hand picks the best posts he can find from blogs and authors like repeat sadie Mr Money Moustache Mustache and more and I read them you five days a week so if you enjoy this podcast come on over. And subscribe to optimal finance daily to and together. We'll pop demise your financial life. 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Episode 79: Direct Connections - LIVE #3 w/ The Motley Crew of Mopars (Part 1)

Talking Mopars

1:05:51 hr | 4 months ago

Episode 79: Direct Connections - LIVE #3 w/ The Motley Crew of Mopars (Part 1)

"Welcome to talking. Mopeds episode number seventy nine and another installment of direct connections live. This is the third one we've done. We had a great time. We went for over four hours and while that is awesome. I'm having problems downloading the whole thing to share with you guys here on the podcast so i might only be able to share a couple hours so we're going to break this up into at least two different parts so this is the first part. It was a great time. We had some of the usual suspects and even some new guests that we haven't had on before it was really fun and we talked a lot of mo- parks so without further ado if you are moped theseus than you are in the right place. Don't go anywhere. You're tuned into the best moped theseus driven podcast on planet earth. And i'm your host chris. Albrecht better known as the moped hunter. And this is talking. Mo- pars direct connections live. You're listening to talking. Mo- parts with the mo car hunter your direct medicine. All things mobile all right. We are live. My phone was going off. So let me just check and see what's going on here That matt sent a message. He's not gonna make it. Okay yeah. I see that the show must go on matt. Our thoughts are with you. Buddy blake i believe is going to be showing up from. Diy hemi and we're going to talk more bars. That's that's the game as usual. Johnny i know that you are very busy lately. What it would have you been up to a man. It's been pretty crazy. yeah. I've been super busy. Yeah well i mean as you know the duct tape drags are going on. And i'm a big push to make sure i get there and I'm trying to get my dad's sixty eight charger together for that. Or i should say apart right. Now i'm in the take apart phase of the car so yeah enjoying that so i got the interior ripped out of the car Floors don't look too bad. There's some scaling going to go in there and wire wheel it seal it and put some sort of a line on there I think think chris was just chris. Field was telling me that what was it called raptor raptor lining. It's kind of like a bed. Liner lying that stuff seals. Pretty good so nice. Quit some of that on there. In the end i've got a rip the suspension out. Rip the brakes off with disc brakes on the front put new suspension parts on it. My friend Robert sullivan got four. Forty in his duster. He's been talking about selling to me so the price is good star. There's like a bug flying around here. I still miss them so we might see more collapse so anyway. I think financially. That's the cheapest route to go to get a pretty bad ass for forty already running. You know it. i. I don't have the super big budget. I'd love to build a stroke or motor for the car but It's not in the cards. So i think we're going to go with his motor. Timing works out. Well if not. I have another motor which is probably not quite as bad as roberts motor. That will probably end up throwing into Into the charger. It's my plan b. Anyways so i gotta hustle gotta hustle. What's the deadline for that. When do you want it done. Well i mean the drop. Dead date is october. What is it october. Second and third i think is the duct tape drags in still a gotta have everything done by. Then i've already bought tickets for it. We're gonna end up My family and i are. We're going to go out a week early and kind of vacation in the area and ran a house or like what we are talking about doing for for vegas. Yes park the car in the garage and lock it up. You know bill. I could stay safe. And then do the tourist thing and then when the weekend rolls around hit the track with the car. So that's that's the plan But i need to get it. I really need to get it together. Way before that so that i can shake it out you know. Get all the bugs worked out of it. Make sure everything is kosher on the car. So i i don't really have a drop dead date. I'm just sort of like hammered down. Do everything as fast as humanly possible. And you know the earlier the better off. You're going to show you how blake's blake blake is in the house. What's up buddy. Welcome in the shop. I love it. Nice man with a hemi in the background. And that right there folks. That's brandon United there yeah see he did. I love it nice. Yeah johnny's gonna show up to arizona and he's going to open the house that i'm going to be sitting there on the couch like hey johnny somebody i'm here man. I'm i really wanna go. But i i have not bought tickets yet because i cannot commit one hundred percent but under. I'm saving up some time at work. Hopefully work is watching this. But i'm trying to get. Because it's i think if i can get out friday morning and be there hopefully in the early afternoon i won't miss any action and then off late saturday night or something but It's one of those events. Where my god that would be fun to. But we've got so much fun stuff going on this year you know we do. It's jam-packed now so if you're just joining us. Johnny moped youtube star and the infamous previous owner of general mayhem of roadkill fame and our friend blake from diy. Hemi lake. welcome buddy. I actually really quick before. I forget because my dust in the guy who sold me my bogey van has been asking me about modern emmys and he was doing some research. Of course. i'm not going to answer any questions i was like. Hey just go. Look at all blake's videos and i'm sure you'll find the answer there. And he looked and he still was a little unsure or so blake. I'll ask you right now. He was asking me what year range of gen three hemi the easiest to swap and likely the most budget friendly all easy the because the architecture the basic architecture is identical from two thousand three two even today twenty twenty one You know to put the put the engine and you're you're older vehicle is going to take the same engine out brackets. It's going to take the same transmission mount adapters. If you're gonna run knows school transmission. The only difference really is the wiring more or less so You know budget friendly. Obviously the older ones From the same mid-2000s their probably cheapest in talking about budget ease. The same difficulty level doesn't matter what it is. It's just a whatever your budget allows so if you want to just do a super budget get you like you know older one. Two thousand five six eight something like that and Talented the wiring is is a little different. I wouldn't say simpler of the new stuff. I think is really simple to You have to do different things for the newer ones like skim deleted. It's twenty thirteen newer e. c. You have to have it since off to have the physical. Unlock service done on the ucla other than that. It's near identical and everything else so whatever you can get your hands on cheap right on our friend but is in house. What's up but man. Can you hear us buddy. Nice can you hear me. Yes we got you buddy. Awesome chad is starting to liven up. Very nice what's up curtis. What's up chris kyle. What's up adam. What's up buddy. Welcome We're just going to be talking to mow parse tonight so but it looks like you've got the lights on this time. I think last time you were on it was like you're in the closet or something. still impress. Had to use a kindle last time lapse app wooden work but my wife. She just ran away. She helped me getting going again. This i'm not very computer literate. So welcome to the club thank you. I don't even know how i made it this far. I don't even know what i'm doing. So we're here. We're here though that's all that matters. So what's going on blake a. We just talked to johnny about what he's going on. What do you got going on right now. Buddy man. I'm pedal to the metal so i'm physically underneath Cover project for most part collectors. God oh so. This has been hot and heavy a few little things here. They we had some hiccups with something. Version arts out so that projects not wanna fast wanted it to We had some issues with the the mile. Don swap pants set up their hand fabricated. So you know human error right so some things. The pain itself was great. We had some issues with the winds trae and clearance on the tube. So we call them. Tom malaita super friendly. He just hanging there at you know no problem. That absence hear about it Just send it back. Get you all squared away. So that was this week. Let's see what else we have Our latest shipment of quick harnesses. Just amen. I'm looking at him on the floor right now. So are warrant Doing good We're also building out an office here in the shah to really accelerate the the business so Mike is here full time pretty much in israel. I mean this is awesome having around. He's pushing things to the next level. the inning there to not quite not yet put a camper on that pickup truck. He's got a place to live. I know that because when this project came about we know we. We got engine. Everything in the Low book emmy truck. it's awesome. They're nice and pretty but we now. This is a big opportunity for us. To be on. Cover of a national phobic asian. So yeah we We jumped on that We also have a crazy. Good built Our friends at Is raj shopper. Doing out not far from your end. Karen crow louisiana so that is a full integration of the healthcare system in a sixty nine charge approaching charger. But it's retaining all the Twenty fifteen hill cat instrument cluster. The infotainment like the connec system all that stuff. It is a t fifty six cars that came out of a challenger So it's sixty to your sixty sixty emmanuel sixty so We're doing custom wiring on the job. That's pretty much wrapped up a few little things to do there really. We're just trying to push it to the next level. I guess you guys you know The websites phenomenal website. So we've activated a couple of things like a consumer use. We've gotten our ad sense accounts up there where it needs to be so little. Some arts Typical saw that we manufacturer. They should come up in the first thing. You look at on google so just really trying to grow. The business emmy swamps world right. Yeah that's that's awesome night. Mike needs to show up to one of these ones. I if if yeah tell him he's he's welcome right now. Oh where where's he at. Where he he's. He's on vacation well-deserved management working props to him and all the video. Editing and stuff is really good Couldn't be anywhere where we are right now without might. If i hadn't seen him on camera. I would have guessed that maybe blake. You're schizophrenic and mike was your altar. But i guess that's not the case we've seen the proof so i'm trying to get more more camera time because i don't know his i think he has such a great dynamic a great demeanor like These we get in here. The time flies. We get a lotta stuff done. Most of the sometimes we got up. So i don't know if you caught our last youtube video. Were fooling the six one out this guy for the cover project and halfway through one of our time lapse videos like you'll see all for few seconds of just watch videos of anti to. This is awesome. Let's just a real is fun you know and it pushes me to do better and i collectively. It's just been a very cool but once out man. What have you been up to up what's up. Oh just typical Masaka stuff in iowa as best as he can be for the weather we have out. Luckily we're getting into warm stuff in the seventy this week in. That's nice So we're starting to work on the seventy one charger again. My son's car Most of the interior algal the dash Apple the windshield. You'll work above the where the refuse to windshield essentially of that channel's kinda rotten spots and also below on the cow. So we're kind of getting geared up for that we want to paint under the hood this we have the we have sources three sixty seven twenty seven four nice so we're going to go ahead and a going to get that stuff and then just trying to get youtube things going. Only i think two videos on there. So i don't wanna talk about other brand stuff since it's a muscle cork age but i got a few things going on there and just trying to get some several out there as our show starts so hopefully i guess more content. Hse out of vic's garage he does. He's working on a seventy one charger. Also that will yeah is cool guy. One of my buddies in the youtube circle got like a few buddies. Gosh i don't even know how many probably like six or seven we're all kind of in the same level of you know the small. Youtube channels doing mope our stuff One of the guys does a lot of everything. Not just mo- par but Yeah anyway checkout garage seventy-one charger And then part nuts sixty two and other guy he's got like i think he's got seventy one seventy twos and threes and she occasionally works on does a bunch of stuff so but anyway on how much they pay you to drop. Those names on. There showed nothing. Hey i do. I do have a bone to pick with you. I see that you're wearing a hoosier garage shirt. I love that channel. And i'm pissed because you were ventured on the show before me a- i love that channel actually reached out to adam and i Asked him to come on the show. Sometimes because i'm really digging the content because there's not too much van restoration stuff out there. Yeah he's one of the. He's one of the guys. He's one of the guys on the in the youtube group Guy so yeah. I've told those guys i told him. Hey jump on here in their more than more. Even though exiled from that youtube group. I guess number videos on there. Your game yeah. I'm you've got you guys get joy to if you want. I mean we're on its telegram. I mean we basically just kind of become more of just like a buddy group kind of kind of like us just seeing stuff but occasionally we'll throw something on there for you know like asking each other for ideas or what you think about something. Try to try to up our game a little bit on the youtube channel youtube front so but yeah now that you're jumping into the youtube and extend the invitation to do blake and but if you're wanting to jump in there to invite you guys in just just say the word. Yeah i'm all about. I'm all about learning stuff. Yeah same from people that are like in the in the stuff you know what i mean and proof is in the pudding you know well in these guy these guy the guy that's probably the highest in the group that has the most subs is Move just part joe. He's probably ahead of the rest of us but for the most part were all kind of small. So i wouldn't say like we're great experts to lean on but You know we're all doing the same thing so it's always kind of nice to you know bounce ideas off of each other when you're trying to do the same thing you know get some pointers or if somebody's wanted the same problem you're running into. How did they deal with it or whatnot. So yeah it's pretty cool. Yeah i think there's gonna be a lot of growth within a group like that because it's like you know everybody brainstorming and sharing ideas and stuff. That's pretty powerful. Yeah definitely yeah you the youtube thing. It's like it's going to be a really tough nut to crack for me Just because i'm i'm so used to obviously this medium and podcasting video i put up there. I really wasn't planning to put it on youtube. But i was like made it. I'm going to try. And i realized that it was formatted wrong and i was like well shit like immediately. That's great. let's just get out there. That's the big. Yeah that's totally it. I mean i feel like you know. I mean it's still pretty. I think. I think when we when i first went on talking mopus which is kind of given me the big push to try to do the the channel you know in the first place otherwise i had videos. Are there just throwing random stuff on there. You know steph. I'm doing or whatever but Because of your show. I and you because you're not really professional pushing hard to make this big thing you it's kinda rubbed off on me. That's like well you know why not try to do this. Make something of the youtube channel so awesome. It's i think i had about seventy subscribers. And i when i started you know about the time and went on talking mo- par so now i'm about three hundred seventy which is still small but you know growing pretty quick growing. Yeah yeah yeah so awesome. It's one of those things where you know. It feels like it's a small and if you feel like you haven't broken out yet and you're you're trying a bunch of different things in the videos you're making and stuff and it's kind of hard to understand like why is it not taking off. It should be taken off better than this. You know 'cause you get other channels out there and you're like man you know. I don't think. I don't think my channels are. My videos are any worse than that guys. And that guy's got like seventy thousand followers or whatever you know it's like jeeze but Yeah i i think it's one of those things you just put in the work in. You're going to have this. You know big. I guess a large amount of videos ready to go. And so when something finally clicks you get something that goes somewhat viral and then people kinda notice you and then dig into all your other videos. Then i think that's why it's gonna be explosive so i'm not speaking from experience but that's kind of how i see on. It only takes one. You know what i mean. Yeah i keep hearing the youtube circles. Because i believe me. I've been doing some digging. And one of my favorite influencers blake. And i've talked about this guy before. Gary he talks a lot about putting out content and that a lot of it is self centered and selfish content. Instead of trying to help people in the more you try to help people at seems like the more people They resonate with the resonates with them. That kind of content and most people. I mean youtube is what the second or the second biggest surgeon in the world. So i know i search it just as much as youtube you know because i like to listen to stuff and google doesn't give me those videos right away. I have to go into the video thing whereas youtube i just plug them in boom there it so yeah absolutely. Yeah i think you know in starting off i mean you you throw some videos mean all the bills just like i'm just recording stuff and throwing it on there and it's once i started taking it seriously. I mean there are so many layers to this cake. You know you throw something out there and you you realize you've learned if you're watching other guys influencers or whatever on how to make youtube channels and stuff and you will pick up things like oh yeah really screwed that one up let me let me up my game and then you just i mean this thing can stack to the moon. I think with all the things you should be doing to make the the video better but You know. I just try to do one little thing. Try to learn as i as. I go and if i pick something up. It's like man i. Maybe that's something i should try. I'll throw it into video and try to do something new. You know but i by no means. Am i really good at it yet. You know. I know. I still got a long ways to go. I don't know man. I really liked your videos. And i'm i'm not just you know telling you that i liked by the content i enjoyed. I enjoyed the chargers video. You just out here. No nothing you over. Because it's very very to the point in direct and use the explain what you need to explain and through a couple of things in there. I liked it. y'all superfan of the taco seen. I was laughing. My wife looks like it's funny like that. You know you got Really you know it's entertaining to so. I think that's pretty cool. Yeah that one was kind of fun. I just one of my youtube buddies. He's not in the. I've invited him to the group but He's just hasn't jumped in yet but daddy's adventure. He does a bunch of Four by four stuff. I mean he's got this killer. He calls it the the death charger. Which is this rand charger with the cummings diesel in it. And he's got the yolk suspension on thing. You know it's a rock crawler and whatnot. But i happen to be watching one of his videos. And i don't know how it clicked. But he just he kept like hitting his fingers with a hammer or he knocked himself in the knee at one time and i was just like mad. This is this is painful. So yeah i was kind of fun. Making the little spoof video or a little bit. I enjoyed that. Yeah he got a kick out of it too. So that's funny we've got Let's see what we got going on in the chat david dreier. What's up guys It's up david. I talked to you earlier and you wanted to get on the show. I'm trying to send you a link but every time. I tried to mess with my computer screen over here my Stream freezes so. I'm trying to do things one step at a time. So that i don't lose you guys But we got to. He's in he's out of texas kirk is tuning in from cedric willie. I know that area really well used to deliver beer out there. Derek minnesota. what's up buddy another dodge truck guy jeremiah. Good evening from tulalip. I know tulalip by gamble there. Sometimes it's an indian reservation with an awesome casino. David says blake escorting. The bookies look are buckeyes. What's oh oh the shirt. Oh yes i am. I'm bookie out today. If you don't know about all man it was just there the day it's a site man. It's a site. Are you going to tell me. I don't have no clue we don't you. Don't buy gas and you leave with a grill. fishing right is like walmart meets a convenience store gas stage crazy shit i've ever seen on the road. This aren't also. it's not. Yeah so i live in texas for a while. When i got out of school and i lived in this little town called lake jackson texas. And that's actually where of this. You know this chain was founded in the headquarters is still there so my wife and our dating Recently engaged time and she lives back in louisiana. I live in texas so like every other weekend. Either out comeback year she would do over there to tax the sun when she come to texas we go to the buggies and get you know something either whatnot. It was interesting. Romantic place wreck just like it's something we don't have the and it's like the it was so close to where i live apartment so we'd hop in a cup of coffee or something and actually that's the only one i think of all in actually has its coffee shop a coffee shop. But yes oh. I like it. Because kind of a throwback to my wife and our dating in it was you know cooler place go that was different and but no they're masks flex all over texas. I think they're into. They have one not for the ghost tours alabama there's own central alabama. I wanna say like North burma am right by the Was is the barber motorsports museum. Like right down the street from sports museum in racetrack. They're they're huge. I mean i think some of them have like three hundred gas or something like that holy shit ever seen. Maybe i've never seen one before. I guess they're not in california house me ask you know people like understand with the you know. The obsession is with bookies and not obsessed. I have friends that are upset stress me. He's wearing a shirt. Keep that in mind. Folks hat is i. Can you got experience it. what's you know. So yeah right on maybe Maybe i'll get a fight down to texas. Just so i can go to check it out on long like four miles in texas nurse speedway so they even have a hotel inside. I what so. Yeah i you know. I haven't ventured too much out of california other than maybe arizona and nevada Which is all we're called desert. We're just desert but a long time ago friend got married and New mexico and i remember we went there and there was a what a burger right next to the hotel. We were staying at the first time. I've ever been to a a burger. It's like what the hell hell is. What a burger. And then you go the menu and it's like what a burger wetter fries. That's big texas man superbeets. Yeah yeah that was the first time that was the first time that water burger wherever saw five by five I went to water burger. And it was when i was over the road truck driving and my trainer was telling me all about this and i was like i kind of heard of it but i didn't know what it was all about and it's actually not like when i saw. It wasn't what i expected. I was expecting like a place like spotlights in like some big grand on my waterberg. That's it so. I can go in there and i'm trying to see the menu and there's a bunch of people in it was actually pretty busy for as late as it was and there's a guy standing in front of me and he was a five by five which means he was five feet tall and five feet wide. I was like this is the biggest man i've ever seen huge and i'm not insulting. The guy i was. It was just a marketable. I was like. I didn't know that they made people like that. Consumer super cool guy. He knows what to order. You know what. I mean. I was like i'm from wash. I yeah i was like i'm from washington and he's like he got all excited. He's like washington. So i forgot what i ordered but whatever it was it was pretty damn good. I'll say that So you won't get the only other crazy burger place. I haven't tried yet as white castle. I keep hearing about that to really. I guess they're small cheeseburgers. I know that at the grocery stores here. They have them in the frozen section. So release birthday are. There's little sliders crazy awkward crystal same same premises krystal burger. I haven't even heard of that. They've heard of that one in southeast type thing Georgia alabama their steam cooked which is really interesting but yeah so what burgers kinda like johnny What you guys hold near and dear to you with the in and out burger yes. Yeah california king right. There's other five guys is pretty good too. I think five guys is all across the nation but only in and out was like the shit for the longest time and when we when we had in fact it used to be just southern california so we had a where i work. We have another plan up in northern california. Whenever those guys would fly down it was like oh we gotta go in and out in and out because they didn't have any up there so now is pretty cool. But i think they're starting to spread a little bit. I think they're in nevada and arizona and in northern california. But there's lake no okay. We don't have up here. We don't have period either. Went to an in and out outside of lax. When i was in town for a friend of mine's winning good. I mean but my friend that moved to kelly and it was living down in riverside off. Gotta do in and out half. I mean i'm. I'm like you chris. I'm like man. I'm gonna pull up. Ed mcmahon out the bushes and good. Yeah i my wife loves it i. It's okay to me. But i remember the first time i went i I worked at roundtable pizza and our boss took us there and he was just like he loved that place even like when we went up to the county's like watch this you know and he's lena there's a secret menu you that's not anywhere you could see you gotta know you just gotta know the secret menu right. He's like give me an animal style. You know they have. They have the same thing. I did just smothered it and thousand island dressing acting. Yeah just linked to talk. I'm a jerk. I'm a jerk. If i i would just pretend like i was from california. I saw some tours in an outline. Like go up there and ask for a dirty harry. There's probably burger team. That knows watches the best burger. They have and nobody. That's funny we gotta tech question. I we always last time. It was mopeds in this time. It's burgers what happens crazy. Way off the rails. Curtis what's he asks a building seventy two three forty herd. Yes or no on this. Do i need it. Install hard bow seats. Or will i be good with factory. Chrysler i imagine he's thinking about the leaded fuel. I i've heard yes and no. I don't think that my three sixty has hardened valve seats. Does it seventy eight. When did the fuel change. I don't even know that. I want to say it's seventy three or seven newer. You've taught you got hardened seat so in curtis's case with seventy two. I'm not one hundred percent. Sure that's like right on the cusp. So those may not be harden seats Cheap bill sardi. Well if you're building it. I would say there you go by the heads off that one. If you're going to build heads i would just go with aluminum. Heads you know unless you want it to look factory They're so much cheaper than if you took like iron heads in and you had worked onto him. You're probably gonna spend eight hundred thousand bucks. And i think i think you can get a Well i don't know. I know stealth makes big blockheads for about a thousand bucks. I think ed bronx. Rpm heads are probably around fifteen hundred bucks a pair right. Something like that but You know they're better poor hard seeds. You just slap them on they go. You'll make more power out of the box. I would go with aluminum heads. If you're building a motor for those assets and they really do gathered. oh yeah. I just realized that i have had a couple mid seventies Four hundred blocks and one was a complete engine. And i remember talking to the guy who i i- bader from an at the time i really didn't know about the hardest thing And he was telling me harden seats so now that i think about it. Yeah of course my seventy eight would have hardened seats. But i never quite understood. the whole leaded versus unleaded fuel thing and because i was like so what happens to those engines. If they don't have hardened seats you know what i mean. They'll suck valve that your get really hot and end. The valves starts to get you know it just starts to get soft and it'll start to if you were to look at a head upside down and you could sometimes see the sucked valves like you know how it kind of is concave in the middle shirt on alike further sucked in and on the other side on the topside. Sometimes you could see the valve stem sticking up higher Because the valve is just getting so hot. It's losing its temper and it's it's just getting soft. What i usually will do is. I'll turn the heads upside down and put like thinner and all of the chambers. And if they if they drain down you know they evaporate so you know. It's not like you you've been there forever. But if if they're sitting there and they're you know they're not ceiling they'll seep out and you'll the thinner will get into the ports and stuff and you'll know that yeah it's probably suck valve especially if you see them kind of you know lower than the rest of the valves but And if they're doing that you're you're not getting a full seal so it's not good. Isn't that a way to check aftermarket. Aluminum heads to for leaks is dumb alcohol in the. I thought i saw a video on that i was like. Oh that's clever It was shining shining a light in there and then Pouring alcohol in there to see if it would come out of the valve Qatar wish i could remember the video but Kelly said speedmaster heads and it was a video speedmaster heads in the guy was checking because he said you can't always trust him so you always like inspect the heads really well before you install them. Yeah i'm trying to remember. I know he found a couple of things with With i wish. I could remember what it was really interesting. I never knew that technique So that was definitely interesting. So curtis He says he's sitting right next to his engine and he would go aluminum trying to get it in a sixty eight this summer. So i'd like to run the giants for now I do the league chest. If they don't leak down. I mean you're going to end up upgrading down the road i would throw them on and run it that up. Put him on. i wonder what's his. What what are you going to do with the are you gonna be higher. Rpm a lot. Are you gonna be open with steep years or just cruise around for the summer. Because i think at a lower rpm you should probably be alright. Unicenter really worried about some substitute saint. Yeah that's true. I mean if they seal if you do the seal test in their ceiling fine yeah you can put additives in the gas and just run it. All right curtis go ahead and give it a full send and then report back to us. Okay i'm trying to catch up on the chat here. Lots of white castle talk. of course. that's funny. I knew that was going to have a great now. Joining mo- part from vegas. I forgot all about that. Yes johnny mo part. Johnny moped number talked shit. Oh you but i really don't hate you. I was just like what another. Oh johnny moped dr. I saw that. And i was like oh shit here we go. I tried running back of my head like how much you don't talk. Okay not very much. I just said. There's only one johnny moped but clearly there's two we're gonna call him johnny with the h johnny with the h h. Wait walmart at sima. They'll have to johnny Ours in vegas. Is that like some kind of paradigm shift consoling. I dunno audible. Yeah what if they looked exactly the same. They just can't meet each other the whole time. Whatever bit it's been at least three hemi bill. i think. Confused me with him Think chris has and ted evans says confused me. He's he told me he's like man. I had a whole conversation with that guy. And he's like he just talked. You know they just talk back and forth even nothing of it because he was asking stuff. I'm like what are you talking about. I'm like he posted a picture of. I think it was a cornet or a super b. And i think it was like an eight i want to say. It was a well. But i wasn't sure twelve super and i was pissed. I was pissed. I was like hey man. You didn't even tell me about this that if you could tell me this kinda shit. I won't tell people and he's like it. Was you and bill both of you. Send me something to. And i'm like i thought he was talking about my corner or both of you guys. You're saying some the hood. And i'm like i have a six pack hood on my forehead but added to the confusion house. Like would you pick that thing over five hundred bucks to the. Where are you finding. These things actually did pay five hundred bucks for that car but man oh man see you can just throw a low number out in janis. Paid that for sixty eight charger. What albert was cornet wasn't a charger. So johnny aba question for you free. What is the lowest price ever paid for a fantastic question. Well for a mo- part would have been that chrysler it's buried in my parents yard Twenty five bucks. That was the cheapest ever bought. Yeah yeah i mean it was just it was just on a whim. We just moved out to This area inland empire. And i was riding into dirt bike with my neighbor friend and knew these people we we went into his yard and i was just like oh man. That's a. that's a cool car. He had a couple of car sitting in the yard. And he's like oh he'd probably sell it like really and he goes. Yeah he wanted to ask. And i'm like i don't know i i don't have a job. I don't have any money. He asked them and the guy said. Yeah me twenty five bucks and you can have it. And i was just like oh shit so ran home and my dad. I needed twenty five bucks. And he's like for what. I bought a car. It's a chrysler. And he's like you know. Canada typical I gotta go look at it. That kinda shit. He had a. He had a seventy two plymouth fury wagon also which kind of has like the seventy super be from. Bumper is pretty cool. He was sold. My dad ended up buying that car. Also for twenty five bucks so had a four hundred in it so it was pretty cool. The chrysler added three three in it. So i think it was must have been a newport. Three eighty three. I think the new yorkers all had full forties. But i. I can't swear to it so that's a i think i got you. Beat johnny if you talk to washington state. I was gifted the van. Que o nine. He's if you talk to washington state. That's all i'm saying. It was clear seller says free ninety nine two. I've done a few of those deals too because california's they love to taxes. Shit out of us for everything. So you're pretty much everything we buy. It's like when we went to anything legal and no you know. Sometimes people in the mo- park community real cool and they give you things for free and they give them to you that way. You don't get burned on taxes for no reason. You know like. I was telling was telling some people. I don't know if i talked to you guys about this. So when i bought the mr norm truck. I paid a lot of money for more than i could ever imagine. Paying for a seventy eight one. Fizzy even one fully restored now. I'm perfectly okay with that but in washington state. If i were to say by a sixty eight charger for any of the prices you bought them for johnny. And i went there and i said hey. I bought the sixty eight charger for five hundred bucks. They would go. Oh really well. Let's look at the blue book on it and we're going to charge you tax you we're gonna tax you on the blue book value instead of what you paid for it now. I went in there. And i said look i over paid. Gosh we'll just go ahead and say 'i overpaid by ten thousand dollars for this truck. And i'm okay with that but i'm assuming that you know if i bought it for less you'd probably tax me on the value so let's go ahead and see what the value is on the book and you can tax me on that and she looked like it doesn't work like that. Of course of course. It doesn't so i've action. I've actually had them do that to me. Because it's like what are you gonna do you know. I've walked into dmv. And they're like oh you paid one hundred dollars. You know the whole like really paid one hundred dollars for this car and i'm like yeah i go. It doesn't there's no engine in it there's transmission in it is just sitting there on blocks off. Okay you know then they. They're saying it's like what are you gonna do. You're gonna drive out to my house on over checking out. Here's a tip for anybody that is in that situation and you're like i got approved. It's a shit box. Just go to the mope one hundred facebook page and look at any of the chargers that are twenty five thousand dollars that i posted probably find one that fits the bill like look at this thing. There's so many but A one But i know. I dunno johnny or blake. I don't know if you guys are in the croup. There's a hilarious group that i'm in and it's a but it's a the border trying to buy mo pars again is is seen the poor trying to get its icy the pores are trying to buy mo pars again in its own and it's nothing but people that talk shit on these ads. It's hilarious burn. Every ad it isn't it's a burn infested scenarious and the mope one hundred pages quite famous on there. Just because it's always people on my page that are talking shit. Show funny check it out. I haven't seen that. Yeah it's it's good alternative Invite you guys charter member. It's good one. What twenty five grand for a me body. They're out of there. Yeah okay this just well just earlier this week. A guy said he could get fully customized or fully restored or both at the same time. Apparently chargers for forty eight thousand dollars. I could get a fully customized fully restored charger for forty eight thousand dollars. And i didn't know what that meant but i told him. Good luck finding a fully. Restored aura fully customize charger for forty eight thousand dollars. I think the question was seventy. I've that's one of those things where it's like. Hey you go buy went for that much. And i'll buy it for twenty thousand dollars more because i know you're full of shit. A matter of fact it was that was that blue seventy five hundred patina blue. Yeah the really nice. All dry trains all been gone through all suspense gone through. The car is super great but it was patina and they thought it was a pile of junk the price in warn. Yeah they're out of their minds. Now i i do understand the stuff that is overpriced because we see it all the time but every there are certain cars that it's like a look i've said it a million times. They're not making any more and they're the hottest ticket you know. Kudos and chargers are the hottest tickets. You know roadrunners too. But the my opinion they fall just a little bit below the in chargers but yet those things aren't getting any cheaper and people keep talking about the prices getting driven up by people to buy them for more. Hey if you're not happy with that then make more money. That's all there is to it. I could sit here and bitch all day. The johnny gets all the good deals. I also wasn't in the early nineties to buy those cars for those good deals. So i mean what am i going to do. I'm going to have to figure out a way to make more money here. You go so few weakens ago. I was at the new orleans for show and they have guys kind of pull book cars in project cars park them off to the side oakley someone will face some attention and there was a f c seven. Gt seventy gts. So it's a seventy clements be Oh my gosh. I'm going gonna check that thing out you know It's kinda like one day. I want one and i go look at it and i mean it's it's got a lot of risk quarters bed all this stuff but when i check it out. It's like maize drew. Gt ex and he was asking. I think twenty five. Or i'm you know what they don't make. They didn't make a whole lot of them. yeah yes. He didn't think he was at far off. You know is it something. I could afford right now no it. It's really it's crazy. I mean the whole thing is crazy. It's all over the map. I mean like a. I wouldn't say a completely restored charger for forty eight thousand is like you know an easy thing to find. I mean it's possible you get them for that price and it's it's also possible that gts you can find something like that. It's possible you could find one for four or five grand and is really find the same car for twenty thousand dollars you know and it. It doesn't mean that that you're paying too much at twenty thousand and it doesn't mean you're you're getting a spoken deal at forge it all just kind of depends you know doesn't mean you're going to find a car like that every day for four or five grand. I mean we just see them posted all the time. And there's very few that you find like that but some guy that no some guy that no some guy might have one in a yard somewhere. And he's bucs willin let it go for few grand. I mean my coffee had one. I thought was a bitch and car. It was a california car. The paint was kind of you know pettina out and stuff but very solid rust free car more pretty much less free had rust and lower co corners of the windows and stuff like that but minor stuff and it was unique because it was blue. I think it was either be five or seven blue and it was weird because it didn't have a lot of the flash that the gt had like you know they have the gt x. On the side and the quarter panel or whatever they didn't have that deleted and but you you look at the vinthagen. It says it's gts it's tagged as gt. And mike was getting all kinds of shit because people were ripping on him because he wanted too much money for it and it's not a real. Gti that's a satellite. You're scored satellite stuff and it's like the vins right there. You can look it up yourself. It's an ax. You know. I thought it was a super cool car. And i honestly. I can't remember how much he sold it for. But i want to say it was like less than seven grand might have been might have been four or five. Yeah i mean so. That was only maybe two years ago or so wasn't long ago. Yeah good deal. That's yeah it's just weird. And you know if mike gets like charter. I mean shit. It's like four times that amount you know. They're just they're hot. Chargers are just hot. Everybody wants them so just real quick. I saw johnny mo par the other johnny mo par with the h. He says well. I got the eight twelve for eight. The eight twelve super b. for eight thousand bucks. So it's definitely a johnny moped deal change the name. Sorry for any confusion johnny. You do not have to change your name. We're just giving you a hard time. So actually we're not giving you a hard time. You and the other. Johnny moped are going to fight for it and vegas. We're going to be there for taking bets right now. I'll be the. I'll be the cash shoulder. Yeah that's a that's a. That's a twelve cars killer basic in that. How long ago was that. I don't even think that was a year ago. It might have been a year ago so it wasn't even that long ago but We should read a kelly primes comments about the the valves stuff here. Oh yeah hero. So everything after seventy two. So he school. Neither that's true. Oh by the way you you paid less for that eight twelve. I did for the mr norm truck. So that hurts. My feelings really hurts my feelings. Because i love h wells is one of my dream cards. So maybe he'll trade you maybe maybe garrett says one is the mr getting three Talked about that Kelly says speedmaster has twelve hundred bucks. If you wanted to go aluminum. i've heard good and bad things about him. But i have no experience so I i swear the videos talking about where the guy said. Hey checkout the heads every time you buy them just do a double check you know. Check them out really well Has i if i remember right. He said something about some really really good in their dead nuts on and some. Are there some iffy stuff. So keep that in mind. I've never bought a set of aluminum. Heads so i don't know john go ahead. Mike coffee told me that he's he's heard that basically the head is fine. It's all the hardware that's junk like valves valve guides springs and all that stuff. So if you're just buying the bare head and putting your own parts into it you probably be okay but for for few hundred bucks more getting some eto box that you can more often. It's going to be fine. I'd probably lean that way. It crushes develop okay. Unleaded fuel doesn't have enough. Tetra ethyl lead content to cool the soft seats. Okay it's called solving tests. Okay i've been compound the vows in have you all heard of three eighteen. Shootout ratty muscle cars. Is i keep hearing about that. And it sounds awesome. Yeah he was on. He was on uncle. Tony's garage. Just yesterday i think it was. I just got on there. And then i had to leave so i had to walk away. But i think there's a interview between those two guys talking about the three eighteen challenger or whatever. So yeah that's pretty cool. I mean low-budget. Right means three all over the place for those things away. Well austin yeah. Oh yeah austin griggs. The guy who does the body muscle cars thing and really started getting that ball rolling on it. I believe he also does the no shine shit list which is an amazing event of nothing but shit box is cool shit boxes. I say that with love. Yeah shit boxes. That are amazing. That i'll go to the I think it's jake's Jake drag stripper dragway. Whatever tracks called And run down there and it's all just ready muscle cars. It's amazing definitely my type of event. Yeah if i lived out there. I'd be there all the time. We don't have any cool stuff. Like that and kelly. So well the duct tape drags Tyke drags is kinda the same thing but that's in arizona. Yeah i i like that. It's it's not in kelly so at least some people hopefully from the mid west or east coast can kind of make it out so they don't have to go all the way to the west coast so that's pretty cool. Yeah ed asked you what the newport was I believe it was a seventy. I think it was seventy or seventy nine one. Yeah yeah it was a cool car. I should have. I mean look i. That was my very first car. I had no clue what i was doing. I basically just pull the motor out and took it apart just to see how the inside work you know just to see all these pieces and stuff and I kind of looking back and all the boxes that i've had over the years and stuff. I'm sure if i put a battery in that car and gas in it'd probably would have fired up and ran you know. Oh well transferring. The title from eighty-five ram charter. And the title says three hundred dollars. Good job gotten tat is in the house the famous tad the most messages as the he's the The record holder for most voicemails left on talking about parts. He's supposed to come on here. And for some reason my messaging system keeps freezing and my phone is dying. So those of you that wanted to come on and join the four of us onscreen. I'm gonna do something crazy now. And i'm going to open the door for anybody. Who has a smartphone or laptop with some sort of a camera and preferably earbuds are headphones. So that we don't get feedback If you wanna come on right now in the comments. I'm going to post the link. Click on that. And you will be brought into my screen. And i can put you onscreen with us but i will warn you if your audio sucks. You're getting booted. But i. It's an open door. This is talking about so if you wanna come on tell story or whatever and a talk no parse. You're more than welcome to so. He's yeah. Check out that post. A tablet cat is mope right. That's him yeah. Yeah that's sad now even though it just been smog. I still had to get it done again. Due to the transfer of that ended up costing me nine hundred dollars clogged either report in the screw california. Thank you very much man. I just sold my seventy nine power wagon. This truck was so freaking clean but a previous owner. Ripped all the smog. Shit off of it so it won't pass smog. The only way i can you know. Get that truck on. The street is to find another truck that has because you can't buy all those parts you can't you can't get new parts for it you to find another truck. Rip all the parts off of it to put onto this truck in order to get. It's just like it's just not even worth. It added a danish friends in. It's off to denmark now just left today actually in order to get its david. What's up buddy. We're getting a little feedback from you. So if you have if you have your headphones on. Try to turn down volume on the screen. Let me just check to make sure it's you. Yeah we're getting echo from you famous amos tad is in the lord. I'm trying out okay. Let's see i think the audios okay. David has is giving a test. Do we got you can hear us. We cannot hear you. it's once in a while in my side is it we got. I can hear you tad. It's better now test yet. we're still we're still getting feedback turned down the computer volume. I'll come back to you in a second tad what's up buddy nada. Just dude. I went out to get in the hot tub per second than i opened my damn and i'm missing it. How long did how awesome. I'm trying to turn this thing around and trying to like i'm your at here. It's good man. I get a bunch of times. Getting the dash on the wiring back together and trying to figure out all cut wires and all that kind of stuff but It's getting closer getting closer. Nice how long have you been doing that project. Holy think i bought it about six years ago. It was i i do. I got an ebay auction off the east coast and bought like sight unseen I think i paid eighty one hundred. I mean complete car everything there but did it was. It was rusted bad. So i replaced dude. Everything from the back end is completely replaced. Exhaust on the exhaust was rusted out of it. Wow though is that. Is that your first restoration or have you done cars before. That's the first one. Like that's literally when i bought a welder and ended body work and metal metalwork sixty four toyota land like before that that i did a little bit of stuff on it and took it somewhere else to have. You know metal work done. This is the first round like Do i got. I got kinda screwed on the land cruiser. This guy ripped me off. So i ended up having to bring it home and i'm just like i'm lacking trust these random people anymore so i didn't i had the engine The engine i took over all all the parts over to place called aero engines over here in temecula hee. He haw tanked at all and built up autumn end of it. And then i had the transmission dino trans right here in town so but other than that. I did everything on it awesome. How much time do you think before you're done with that thing. You know if. I could just like take like a two. I think i think it's probably two days from from starting like lost on it. Just got my radiator. Got everything and getting. The wiring hooked up. But it's like my first time doing it so like i'm really careful and really trying to make sure i don't screw something up share but it's wagons invisibles waggin it'd be already started so but But but yeah. I mean other than that. Everything is mechanical is back in it together has got the a box and everything new back in it. So it's sunday. I'm gonna hit it pretty hard. I have the whole data work on without interruption. So i'm gonna try to hit it hard. I think i have the hoods the only thing eight but yeah it's getting there man he just paint it in your garage. Yeah i'm trying to. I wish i don't know if you can see like a stamp size screen. But like i have. We have like a two card. Okay like double deep garage so the half of the garage a half the super be better than i just put up plastic events and stuff. I kind of all opened up right now. The i stuck it in there. I got paid locally here. In just i had the sixty five dr before. That and that was the first car payment. So i I practiced on that and then went to stage on this and just small parts started with and kind of saw where i was needed. The bathroom change things up. And then yeah and then moved on to the whole car. And it's kinda. I'm at the point now. Where there's there's like a little mistake. I'm just like i don't even care drive as we get on the road. So yeah that's that's gonna be exciting did. Yeah tad's getting yelled at tad that's hilar- only this would happen to tat right. Now what are you doing twentieth this neighbor. That actually never talked to you in september. Cma she walked by like a month ago and she's like oh. My dad used to race cars and bill back in the day. I totally loved that car and literally haven't seen her since then and she walks by. I think maybe you drink. They're like oh my god. I was waiting for her to be like. I'm in here naked waiting for you. Where are you going to do like hey tad maybe go attend to her and not us. Okay that's hilarious. Did awesome folks. I'm still cracking up about that whole tad neighbor situation. That was so funny to me and it it was just perfect timing but i am disappointed that i'm not going to be able to share all four hours of the livestream from facebook on the podcast. But here's what we can do. We can throw up another our next week but if you want to catch the whole four hours eighteen minutes you can always re watch the stream on facebook. All you have to do is look for the talking. Pars direct connections live number three video. And you can pick up where this podcast leaves off. I just wanna make sure that you guys get a chance to be able to enjoy the full episode. 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Love+Basketball+Revenge (in Spain)

Stories I Tell on Dates

25:35 min | 3 years ago

Love+Basketball+Revenge (in Spain)

"Let's get serious. I mean, but this dating thing I'm in Barcelona of just met the most beautiful girl I've ever seen whom I will end up dating for two years. So it's time for a big one. A story about resentment in retribution career, ending broken bones. I'm Paul Shirley, and these are the stories I tell on dates. Barcelona, Spain, a Wednesday morning. When I see her from across the concourse, I'm amazed again and how pretty she is. Green is silvery blond hair, everything else in its place. So pretty that when I first saw her a week before this standing in front of a red Ferrari in the main terminal of the Barcelona airport, the only thing that flashed across my brain was. Oh shit. Oh shit. Oh shit. Oh, she knows you. Those. Those. She was everything I'd ever imagined whenever I'd imagined whom I'd end up with when my basketball career was over. And then after curse words stopped scrolling across my brain, and I got up the courage to walk over and deliver the best line I could come up with which was to ask her if she spoke English. She turned out to be interesting and funny and smart. She spoke four languages, including the one nearest and dearest demise. Simple American tone. She told me her job was to offer passersby photo with herself in another tall, blonde girl in front of the Ferrari. Anyone who got their picture taken with entitled to twenty percent off at the store behind them which sold Ferrari watches jackets, the people who can't afford for our cars after twenty minutes. I asked for number telling her I needed to do some work when the truth was that I felt like I needed to get out while I was on top. She considered my request just long enough for me to think she was being coy. Then she said, no. I took it like a shotgun blast to the chest mumbling polite, the nice to meet you as I staggered away. I found a spot near an outlet and plugged in my computer determined to lick the ghastly wound with social media in Kansas City Royals box scores. But after an hour of pretending to be interested in the screen in front of me, I walked back to her spot in front of the Ferrari store and told her I couldn't help. But think there was some connection between us. Hope springs eternal with love at first sight. I handed her the note, I'd composed written on a page, torn out of the tiny atlas. I carry it around in my backpack. It was the page for Kansas, of course. And the note said that this was my home state and that it had been nice to meet her. And I hope that could show it to her son. And here was my Email address. She smiled then and said, she'd emailed me. And she did. And that's why this time eight days after that first meeting, I'm familiar or as familiar as a person can be after one hour, long conversation in five emails. She is not though expecting the crutches, which is why when she sees me, she puts a hand to a cheek in her mouth forms the familiar syllables. Oh my God. I stopped because I'm exhausted already and I'm only halfway across the concourse in front of a store that sells duty-free watches in travel pillows. I flash what I hope we'll be interpreted as a rueful grin and then resume laborious walked over to her when I arrive in front of her. There's an exclamation point after the high. I say her hands are still in her cheeks. She looks down in my crutches. Then up at me. Nine failure. I played basketball in Spain during my second year as a pro after the expiration of a ten day contract with the Atlanta Hawks, I signed on to join perennial Barcelona-based power Juventude as a replacement for a fellow journeyman who'd fallen out of favor with fifteen that time. I was in Spain for four months. My brother Dan came to live with me. I dated a very short German girl who sometimes cried after sex. I've travelled to Slovenia on a plane, so small and fragile that our biggest players had to sit in the front to keep it from tipping over backward. Juventude finished fifth out of eighteen teams earning at the spot in the playoffs. I'd flown across the Atlantic to produce. I went to Spain the second time not to help team into the playoffs, but to assist with catastrophe avoidance. A team on the Belichick island of Minorca had called my agent with eight weeks left in their season, hoping I was the player, they needed to help pull them out of last place in the ACP which stands for Associazione the clues balanced this, though. The Spanish first division, the teams that finish in the last two spots in the standings are demoted to the second division. This usually seems odd to Americans who can't imagine sending like the San Francisco Giants to baseball's AAA level, but it's more normal than not almost all European leagues, including soccer work this way. When the Minorca team called, I was just arriving back into something like basketball shape after getting dropped, like a bag of hammers by the timber wolves. My right knee had began to click. Anytime I did anything more than walk briskly a lot like my left knee had done that summer. I drove to Iowa again, see the same orthopedist who was unexpectedly becoming a recurring character in my adult life and to have my right knee sliced open a couple of months before my twenty nine th birthday. Another less orthopedic detailed way of putting all of that would be the window on my money, making years as a basketball player wasn't necessarily closing with someone in the room was definitely saying, get a little cold in here in it. So when the team in Minorca offered me fifty thousand dollars to play eight weeks of basketball, I signed the contract as fast as my fingers could form my name in cursive. Minorca is the least famous of Spain's Mediterranean islands trilling beatha, which is known as a destination for models reality stars and amateur, cocaine dealers and maiocco, which houses a million people a population that swells significantly in the summer when German and British tourists arrived in their skin. Curiously, though Minorca was the only prolific island with the team in the that team called Viva Minorca, had clambered into the thanks to a combination of pluck and luck pluck and luck that had it seemed run out in time for the team's first season in the top league via Minorca had won only seven of the twenty six games at had played that season. My job I was told was the help us win at least five and maybe six of the finally games. My efforts at salvation did not get off to an auspice start. We lost my first name like the home court of league leader, Fs and parcel, Mona. But as I adjusted to an island in the Mediterranean climate was more like that of an island in the North Sea, we started rattling off wins to at home and then a big one on the road against AC stalwart Mallika. It was enough to move us out of last place. After the win in Malaita we hamstrung our progress with a home loss in front of a sold out crowd of fifty five hundred which represented almost exactly one eleven of the island's total population. But we recovered in one or next two games setting the stage for a showdown on the season's last weekend, a showdown that would determine whether my time in Minorca would be declared a success. There were two ways for us to escape the clutches of the second division. We could beat the team from mercy which was also fighting to avoid demotion or if team called via lid because it was in the city of via delivered. Beat the team called Alicante because it was in the city of Alicante in a game that would be played at the same time as ours. Both participants in our game Mercier and Vive Menorca would play in the AC be the next season in order to make sure we understood fully the stakes at hand. Our teams president told us that if we kept the team in the first division, he'd pay each of us ten thousand euros or about thirteen thousand dollars at the time. My teammates were thrilled with this development. I on the other hand was oddly ambivalent. When I heard this news, this ambitious plans could not be attributed to any kind of disdain for the sum of money involved. I wanted an extra thirteen thousand dollars just like anyone wants an extra thirteen thousand dollars, nor was the problem that I didn't care about winning the game. I wanted to win very badly. I just had a different motivation specifically, the identity of particular American. The mercy and team had signed two weeks after my own arrival in Spain. My college team. Mate, Marcus Fizer. Since being selected for in the NBA draft after leading us to that fateful game against Michigan state in the NC double a. elite eight, Marcus pro-career hadn't gone quite as he'd planned after four middling seasons. With the Chicago Bulls, his coaches had grown tired of his general unpredictability need been left in similar straits to mind, playing in Spain for whatever money we could get in some parallel universe. I might have felt something like camaraderie with Marcus here. We were far from home playing in a game that neither of us could have ever expected the play. But I disliked visor since the day. I'd met him on his official visit state and he'd pointed out how dumb it looked when I walked with my hands and my gene pockets. Since then resentment had turned inside me whenever he was around. Some of this was justified. He got the headlines and the accolades while the rest of us toiled away and semi anonymity beholden is wins. One fall, he'd threatened to quit and had subsequently been excused from preseason conditioning for a month. But my resentment of Marcus wasn't entirely logical. I was also scared of him probably because Marcus managed to touch on most of the various inferiority complexes I'd ever bred in myself. I'd always thought of myself as too skinny. Marcus was so muscle bound that he looked like he'd been sketched by Stanley. I'd never been as confident as I'd liked Marcus gave up the aura of someone who tear your face off if the mood struck. So yeah, I didn't much care about the thirteen thousand dollars. I needed to beat Marcus Fizer. Fitting with the dramatic nature of the setup. Vive Menorca versus mercy up, didn't start out so well for my team, we played the first half like we'd been dosed with tranquilizers than at halftime. We're down by three touchdowns which is a joke that will only land if you like mixed sports metaphors. Standing at the dry erase board and contemplating what to say. Our coach look at us with disgust as he tried to decide if he should scream at us or shake his head and give up. Conveyance. He asked the back of the room. Hub ho, our trainer said Puerto via deliver the team. We needed to win in case. We didn't was down by eight points and vita lid wasn't good. It didn't seem likely that they would mount the comeback. Thus, our collective fate was tied to our ability to get our shit together, which might have been what our coach said when he was screaming at us in Spanish at the end of halftime. He also might have been ordering us to bring him ice cream after the game. My ability to understand Spanish decreased with each decibel at which it was delivered. In the second half our coach put into the game, the lineup that had been the most successful since I had arrived on the island are two. Croatian wing players are Bosnian point guard the other American and me any reluctance to use this lineup could be chalked up to a reasonable bid of xenophobia the Spanish league, like most European leagues. Once it's teams to promote the play of Spanish players. The league knows that fans like watching players who looked like they do accept taller. Thanks to the go for broke attitude. The five of us had developed whenever we'd been allowed to play together. We clawed back into the game against mercy. And at the end of the third quarter, we were down only twelve. Midway through the fourth, the deficit was only six and then with thirty seconds left on a jump shot. By one of our Croatian took a one point lead the mercy and crowd sat in stunned silence as the Croatian galloped down the court pounding his chest. In the time out that followed our head coach asked me if I wanted to guard the player, everyone in the gym new would get the ball, Marcus Fizer. The truth was that I didn't want to guard Marcus, would I wanted to do a couch and watch Seinfeld reruns. But I also knew that I would never let myself live at down if I didn't step up or rise to the challenge or any of the other dumb platitudes athletes in their commentators us. If I can stop Marcus, I would later arrest scene demons that had haunted. The outer reaches of my site for around a decade. Plus I'd make an extra thirteen thousand dollars resuscitate a career that I'd begun to think might be dead on the table. So I noted in my teammates and I stood up from the huddle knowing we had only to make one last defensive stand and the game would be over. After taking the post timeout inbounds pass Marcus Cooley dribbled the ball of the court as I shadowed zigzag path. As we crossed half court, I saw Marcus's is a familiar site. A site I was afraid I'd see fury clean and simple. This fury was what had always made Marcus a dangerous and effective basketball player. Once he'd left one of our preseason pickup games to find a chair in the hallway, which upon his return to Jim brandished over his head while walking toward our New Zealand-born centre who evidently had done something Marcus didn't like the next year during a practice inside Hilton Coliseum, Marcus had body slammed me into the basket support using only the ball. We'd both been tussling over as leverage and of which I wouldn't let go. And now that fury was back. We arrived at the spot where the play would start thirty feet from the basket. We were defending on the side of the court opposite. Our bench I watched Marcus's is they stayed fixed on the shot clock. He was waiting for the countdown to the appropriate number of seconds in order to leave us with as little time as possible to retaliate. If and when he scored, I looked my hands and random over the bottoms of my shoes. Hoping the spin might give me just a bit of traction. I needed. Then Marcus made his move squinting the way I'd seen so many times he looked down at my feet is dribbling, went from time, killing two, Paul killing went right, and I kept my shoes moving, which is harder than you might think. I'd played the entire second half and I'd had two knee surgeries in the preceding nine months. Next Marcus went left back toward the middle of the court. I stayed in front of him thinking primarily of the shot clock I knew was ticking away and secondarily. About how surreal this was that I was here and Marcus was here in our basketball fates tied to a moment that would be unbelievable where someone to write it as fiction. Then we went right again, and I told myself to keep my feet moving to stay active whammo. Impact on the right side of my body. Marcus was receiving screen. One of his teammates blocking me from his path, and I had to call for a switch leaving Marcus to my fellow American, Chris and undersized center from the university of West Virginia. I watched breathless as Marcus went to work on Chris who knew far less than I did about Marcus tendencies. As I searched for someone to keep out of the lane. Marcus picked up his dribble as we say in basketball speak. I watched him give Chris fake. I watched Chris rise in the air. I watched markets lean into Chris. I heard a whistle. I heard Chris. Heard myself at go, hang Chris, had fouled Marcus who walked to the free throw line is my team huddled in the middle of the free throw lane seeking refuge from twelve thousand screaming, mercy and fans. I calmed my frantic teammates players from the ex Yugoslavia. Have a tendency toward volatility in pointed out the good news. We still had seven seconds to work with after going over a plan to could only generously be labeled a half baked one. We retreated to our positions on the lane where we watched as Marcus his face, a call mask made the first free throw because that's the sort of thing. Players like Marcus do, then we watched him make the second free throw because that's also the sort of thing. Players like Marcus knew. We were down one point we were out of timeouts, but we had those seven seconds which was far better than no seconds after the ball drop through the net, I carried it to the requisite spot behind the out of bounds line and threw it to our Bosnian point guard. A five foot, eleven fireball with spiky hair like Oliver Bledsoe, who bailed us out of at least two games with last-second three pointers. I aimed my weary legs downcourt headed for a position at the top of the key on the other end where I'd be ready to shoot a pointer in case the Bosnian pass the ball my way, as I arrived at my prescribed physician, I could tell that such specific heroism wasn't a likely outcome. The Bosnian was preparing himself for a shot. So I did the next best thing to three pointer. I started for the basket to put myself in position for an offensive rebound as always slipped down the lane dodging Marcus, and his mercy and teammates all of whom we're trying to keep me from my desired spot near the basket. I watched out of the corner of my eyes, the Bosnian sure enough rose for his shot shot that I could tell as soon as it left his hand was bound to come up short way short, airball short. I hadn't provided for this contingency. When I left the top of the key to catch the ball, I would have to perform all engine stop to keep my two hundred and thirty pound body from rocking out of bounds. But I had to help us win this game. I had to save my team and my career plus I had to beat Marcus. I planted my left foot in somehow, someway. I caught the ball around my hip in one of those strange last-second stabs that happens when an object ends up in a spot where you didn't expect it to be. Then a few things happened almost simultaneously. I, I recognize that the buzzer signifying the games and had not sounded meaning. I still had time to get the ball up and into the basket. Second, I began to retard the balls downward progress, probably with my adopter muscles and hip flexor in order to twist my body, which was now almost entirely under the basket and toss the ball back up toward the basket. And third, my left ankle shattered. Here's what happens when you have just caught a basketball while all of your considerable weight is being supported by Taylor's. Bone has just snapped. You crumble to the floor, the ball, bounces harmlessly away. The buzzer sounds home team supporters rush the court, like someone there is throwing money into the air. You realize you have lost Marcus. Fizer has one in this ankle thing. This can't be good for your hopes of a continued basketball career. Not with feeling like Kathy Bates has just made its acquaintance with her sledge. And then because you are the sort of person who cries when things appear to be hopeless. You start crying. Through my tears. I saw my American teammate, Chris walking toward me picking his way through mercy and fans who were pouring onto the court to celebrate their team's salvation. He was on his jersey like he always did after games when he got to me the asked if I was okay, I shook my head pointed at my ankle just as a fan left over my leg. I don't think so. I said Jesus, he said, then you crack Taffer smile. What could you possibly be smiling about? I asked him via delivered, came back. They beat Alicante. In all the fourth quarter madness I'd forgotten that there was another path to salvation for my team, a path we had inadvertently stumbled upon Kista doors from the very country. I was in hacking their way across the Yucatan. Violin had rallied, we were saved. Vive Menorca would play the next season in the. I was given a set of crutches to help me get back to Minorca where crowd with waiting at the airport to celebrate our salvation. Two days later, I would use the same crutches, pick my way up the set of stairs that took my teammates in me to platform in front of the main square. In Mahone Minorca we're five thousand people turned out to listen to us, give speeches celebrating our time for sixteen place. When I got home, there was an Email from the girl from the airport. She was still working the Ferrari job. I was connecting through Barcelona on my way home. We made a plan to meet. Wheat. She says a glimmer in her green eyes. You procure ankle for nothing. In the course of the telling of the story, we have moved to a circular cafe that sits like an island in the stream of passengers on their ways. Two thousand possible places. I take a sip from the t. I ordered, I grin. She's right kind of, but also not a Bill. In twenty minutes. I will leave the Barcelona airport with a funny feeling in my stomach. A feeling I will tell her about when I'm at home in the house who's down payment was provided for by my first trip to Spain, propped in front of my computer and sending her Email. I will say that even though I've only met her twice feels like I've known her forever. She will say the same thing. I will return to Menorca the following season. I will have my first ankle surgery there. I will lose something like seventy thousand dollars because of this ankle surgery. My team will not be much better than it was the year before the season will again come down to the last game of the year. But during that season, I will sneak away from the island to have a first date with the girl from the airport. She will surprise in the Minorca one Sunday morning. I will bake her a birthday cake and carry it to her on my lap in airplane. When I leave Menorca that next year we will move in together in Barcelona in a part of the city called Lesch hump. She will teach me how to speak Spanish without an accent. I will show her Kansas. Just like I said, I would. She will spend thanksgiving at my parents house. My mother will be afraid that I moved to Europe forever. Thanks to our win in Malaita. I will be offered a short term contract with that team. I will take that job. She will come with me the girl, not my mother. It will be the last professional basketball team I play for. She will break up with me soon after I will be heartbroken, especially when I find out she's dating a guy from Barcelona. I thought was my friend when it is over. I will have learned small things like how to dress like a grownup, how to eat all those. And what to say after you ask someone for directions in Spain, which is. I will have learned some bigger things to the value of walking up to someone without a plan for what you'll say. The beauty of waking up next to someone they after day the agony of letting someone go. So no, it will not be for nothing that I have broken my ankle, even though we don't know that yet. Thanks for listening to this episode if you've not done. So please subscribe and share with all your people a big. Thank you to lunch break, inner Tate for the vision in production that brought this audio adventure to your ears. This episode was brought to you by stitch, fix, no matter your shape or size, even if you're six foot, nine stitch fix, has you covered? They'll ship the clothes straight to your door. Keep what you like return, what you don't try it out at stitch, fix dot com, slash dates.

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How did I Get Job In this lockdown time | My Audio Experience

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How did I Get Job In this lockdown time | My Audio Experience

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Dortmund Get Three, er... In Sevilla | Stadio Podcast

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If it was out in the eighth or somewhere we explained rice house but basically it was lost so unfortunately unfortunately for everyone else. I had to be recalled with ryo wednesday morning inc. That was quite cool in a way because we covered. She's tonight's champions league games yup and we don't usually get to those rights house because we recode the morning so that was nice and it was a means that we don't have to tuesday's today bryce so if you haven't go back and listen to that yet check rice house up on the ring refs defeat We also cool just hearing him talk about about paying mosey kane as well and those two and name are hanging out going to clubs in paris in in the drip when everything's about to normal is very fun. Paris's vibe right now. She vibe and then we gave flowers to soccer and then did a little bit of a look ahead to austin one sixty and then riley explained the whole thing about him waving to people could go. This is really nice. 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Moussaka has a book out. You can go to out congo on twitter and how much you love him. Asking for his address sense we goods. Yes yes because the moment what. Why whoa whoa. Whoa why did this not lead the show but just this week goods. I'm just you know trying to things up a little bit shook lie. I wasn't expecting that we just chase things up. Policies twenty one. Who though i was literally leaving study on monday and apologies to everyone who was quite hot about that and then the state Sorry okay so today. We're gonna talk about wednesday champions league games. We're going to talk a little bit of the premier league and we're gonna touch on a couple of he pretty good games league on malaita. Did you seville yes. Let's do it Is a fun game. It was a fun game. And were almost like three distinct phases. Where severe take the lead. So to recap quickly. Don't when beat sabih three two and the three distinct phases where you felt like oh no choppy misery for dortmund. Oh wow statement. Victory for document. Oh dormant go pay back a bit. Yeah yeah yeah. And i think that was just baby. Being charitable to both teams just to bury champ is the thai evidenced by the quality of goals when when you see teams having to score high quality of goal to credit you'll position are was think and so secreted to severe that dormant hot to unpack them in the way they did and two. I said i can take anything positive from this game. This is positive. The quality of the strikes where they were sept- each of the each in their own way motown in two from holland and mode is a player who in a his strike was interesting because scored adeane equalizer for dortmund and must go the season. Yeah and he's someone who's been coming for long time in terms of but he's been arriving for a long time and some from whom law has been expected given his technical ability. He's a very good. Play is an extraordinary player and he hasn't quite risen as fast as he should have given his skill set and it's just really exciting to see him in the mix like that. It's really exciting. A few injury problems at dobermans. And he's also had a little bit of trouble establishing a guaranteed first team place. Yes but there have been there. He's played some big games for the over the last couple of days like he actually and he's had some big chances for them as well he had the remember. The classical in buyin domen lost five. Now yup yes and he had a chance to hit the he had a chance to hit the post. I think one nil. There's always want isn't a big big big chance on. You could tell his reaction was he knew. Because i remember thinking time wireless a massive reaction because he dropped to his knees when he when it hit the post era glove back where those him token hausa. And i think maybe even gonna jacques cousteau there at the time where they had they just love swagger about them. Yeah that was the first team. I already go into germany. Actually eric leopard. I think it can be quite difficult. Players making the moves to dortmund from other clubs within the bundesliga sometimes to maintain that swagger because dortmund is quite a different animal. You know you even sit with you. Lebron's after his move from by labor koos in life is good as lebron is in my opinion and as good as he has being appoints with dobermans. You know light they. I'll be lives a game last season. Which was probably my gamer. The of my games of the sometimes it can be quite tricky to walk into to to kind of take that form or the attitude from blah blah or labor clues to dolman. I think it's exhausting as well as having to do every week. Yeah i mean. The goal itself was amazing. After scrappy deflect goal. Yes so basically. It was worrying the 'cause that was everything about that goal was passive perspective. Susa gets and he cuts back inside box. People weren't close enough to him. Thumbs the kind of the original sin not getting close enough and then we saw another as well against them athletic. He has live anti where he blesses slightly standing often. People fully commit to the block analysis if bullets flying head oil midriff. I'm not annoy. Express myself accreditation daily basis. At the same time you can see capitial hazard not closing down. See so on the second. He got the ball as cars. Shoot from that. And that's what we saw. Donald struck by contrast is. You're saying i mean i tweeted the only thing that would go bet was if moda Mustache pushing your agenda. I don't know waco rid of it. Man mustache mode was my favorite mode. It was too much swagger though maybe it was just too much it was he. You know he's a handsome man. I think could mohammed with a mustache as well as low is a little bit kind of like if you the rest of us a chance. Maybe they thought maybe maybe boots though this thing we don't realize whip we're not for police right so we don't understand. There are certain things in the course of their work. You know hack. Certain things in their world are things for players concert. And you like that guy's making a statement it's like petrie sox petrie has the soccer slightly undersized right. That's a statement. It's like. I'm going to wear them like this because i'll go about sense of endless activity action man captain america todd energy. That's his vibe right. So the certain things that do the the greatest socks over cavs. But that's a statement. That's the thing that yeah it's funny petrie thing because the the the length of petrie socks if you're on create a play mode fee for a career mode as as a player you can change the length of socks from normal to above the knee too unlike lower and lower it doesn't go to greeley's length it goes to exactly. Petrie linked especially stocks are exactly the same length as if you would play lower on career mode and this is very interesting is by funded. Quite it is interesting but it is interesting. Because a mrs just on the hack thing and tip and i'm not entirely by the mustache stuff because players basie find ways the g themselves up and give them confidence swagger it could be a colorado with george way it was like the single wristband always the three quarter sleeve rolled up like this things that play is due to give themselves a of left and we don't know because we're not in football those left's are and how many of those things were senior player will look at you and be like you should be doing that. Your level like you're win aware this low. I'd be fascinated. Talk about that with people in football and being like my andre. The socks over the knee. You're basically saying to people kick me. Ups socks of your knees ego. Kick me because i'm saying that my first touch is so smooth and silky. The even with my my socks have my knees. That will not be a drop of blood or blood that touches. These socks the amount of times. The anri left a game of football with clean. Me's are the only times that his knees were dirty was when he was least lighting after scoring statement I mean i love mode but listens list. Which definitely won't be. Please bring the mustache by statement moustache. Susan it's like. I said that time is like i think there's no mistrust. I trust william collier implicitly. And i've never met the guy he's on the bauman the bomb just full the shootout. You know the bomb and where everyone goes for their shootouts will ever trust the bomb so the night before the shootout they go into the bar the night before the into the bond like arp. Everyone tells my secrets. He's that guy. So yeah that was one document and then an to holland son showed to hold and a movie. We've seen a million times although quite like this actually a little crumb sanchaar usually it's not slide rule pass with the whole and makes the angled run in between the senate bucket another defendant behind and this was a really lovely country so later she did. We sold out when they saw the slide related This one the given go from sanchez from from from holland was out of this world his ability to carry the ball from deepfakes from so dangerous like he can poach but he can also bring the ball up and their offense but this goal was stunning actually the movement the execution. I think people now knowledge disguise legit. This is yeah this is i think he's. He's scoring a goal less than every nineteen minutes in the champions lake since he started playing the champions league ridiculous nowhere near his peak nowhere near his peak severe vehicle back into the end which will be really disappointing. Gopher to concede. But i think that taking a three two lead harm you know soviet needs to win by two clear goals and that's going to be tricky unless they school three. Yeah and also not going three. They were well worth their second goal to be fair as well because the second half. They brought off wreckage brown. Kudos you had as well. Big such rambo said that she couteau shut surely the headband longhaired shuttling it but he came with a big ramos energy extending a few pool as you like when something kicks off is coming off at the end of the game. He didn't ticket spark in as disorders as footballers alike. But something kicks off. Extend the few just hoping something else you know. just keep this morning and he had godot. Stephanie brought the table to be honest with you. I respected it. I respected to you would So and a couple of go actually just to say just to give a quick shout out to mark royce who created the second goal for holland beautifully with a lovely pass and be inside right space the whole and just stroke to kota absolutely strike by think unbalanced the way that severe pretty much second half wet. Don't miss it been instructed. Protect what you have game on labor. Managing the game went which is quite strange for dope. Not and they did it. Okay i thought yeah the only school with eight minutes to go. I think when this happens when the thing is happens tears it must be like. Do you know what they score within minutes to go without is not capitulate has to play the way we did and says well and it's far better to do that than to come forward and get out done. I think if don't bomb forward where enough it could have been three old than evans going. Autobahn typical dormant. A couple of things. Where i think that dortmund have been quiet. Possession based team In the last couple of years. Yes but i think they've realized that there wasn't much in the way of obstruction. Three the center of the park and serbia. Yeah that's a midfield. Didn't really offer a huge amount. In the first off and dortmund's doman look dangerous when they just went straight down the middle. Yes but also at the same time you know. This is the societies in the top. Four in la liga. This is a good result. Dortmund is the first time they've won in a way. Knockout champions league games in seven years since win in some petersburg shots. The stefanos fell to tweet to win away at the side. Who has come up for laliga for the last couple of years. One that you are Last year is a good sides to our good side first away win in the knockout stage for seven years. I don't think you can have too many complaints. Even with second goal going in really good result actually a balanced could result. Yeah definitely in them to stay. I think unless you want to add anything else. I mean just a quick shout for adding Very much dressed like a man. Who's in seville for couple of days in out. Yeah i was trying to carry the cia on twitter about it and kevin was talking about the trousers. And i just said is a man who is Enjoying the perks of being allowed to ditch north rhine-westphalia to go to angeles in february he base at the energy of someone. Who when you call like a really really long flight. You saw them change into something else old journey because he called them jeans and a long flight and those alike longhaul flight. Taxi buttons basically. That's they were. I think there are actually chino. Xl more of chino thing. Yeah back from my city. Yeah bondage or to toll mentally back to dortmund. Porto will go to terrain with a two one lead over events and we'll feel slightly disappointed that it's only one they will federick as a is. He's in the bay of like this is my house energy. He's a really really useful option. They could assess skin as well. The got quite a bevy of attackers ebay. That miranda could've ski rinaldo case obviously and he's pushing himself quite. Interestingly into almost second most reliable finished spots in terms of goals in coming up with goals that are useful it useful times pull to had this much of their own way actually and arguably should could have been three an opened up ebay in really interesting ways. I mean ben tanko horrible horrible mistake the first one and just not fully awake and then you've got troubling from the back almost second goal mariya scored a gorgeous goal in the second half where they linked up nicely portal dot point three nobles was pretty much in the offing and the fact that you've now taken a waco bacteria and they'll fancy themselves finding themselves it wouldn't surprise me if i blow them away back into into its side side but i think that goal that goes the killer and you could see and it wasn't the best. It wasn't the best The cleanest strike but it was though controls struck. Yeah yeah it was a horrible horrible height have really nasty balance in front of i think you know she did really well to control it because that can that can they can go anywhere especially the of wet as they usually are those league goals that can really just go any. I mean these greasy ac. Yeah greasy broil dick. Now you're right. It's what you want a smothered finish and he. He smothers it from quite far out as well comes into his body and he gets his shoulder for it and the keep it just doesn't move. The keep is expecting a contact that gert and a completely wrong. I am so really really nicely done. Really clever clever. The finishes strike because my years they'd be favorites strike. Are that one really. Cnn but in terms the context of the timing and the technical difficulty is the kind of straw. is the kind of goal that other strikers. We'll send your about las work. Well let's talk a little bit about you. Defending because bent on cool with the flags. The first minute of the game to plan no look pass back to hsieh's name and obviously it went straight into the path of mediterranean who graciously accepted. I think he really really you given given us the may minute in my house in my house in my how they were variety. Radio ropy moments like shefty. Had that left foot pasta. He tried to play out that was just dreadful and then delinked kinda did attorneys back block very similar to the the one that actually led to the first vehicle and you could see him. Did you see the slo mo replay if delivered by sleeping lot. What the hell are we doing. It says he was looking me. He was basically been like you talking about this player reactions. also interesting. Revealing is the duck back the severe game very quickly. There was a moment when hummel's gives the chance the second half oh alpha and he was almost turning around the field before he hit. He had soto confidence built to score this goal. He gets his half-volley this inside the severe area and he hits and he's already turning back towards goal because he's like atmos this. How does it into the ground. And he's already looking back up a pitch and it's it's really funny watching body language of footballers just before something unfolds before penalty like they can stop. Just see what's going to happen. And i think one of the funniest things on the most interesting things is is when defenders look around trying to place collective responsibility when it's individual so sh- michael peterson markle the classic because see terrible goal in screaming. Everyone else even that was his folks is the mostert time as you reminded me of for almost moment. I forgot to mention the dolman game. What all of sudden he was the furthest mom forward in a three-man man counterattack on and it looked like my county had pulled his hamstring. I really ideally tweeted. The sigh of hamas bombing forward in the counterattack has actually caused my mother county to police via like is that you know. Because like i always say that jerry. Pk bombing forward in the boss learner. Attacking for no reason whatsoever is one of my favorite things foot will just because it's so it will never not be funny extra some extra still matz hmos at this stage of his career. Overlapping centreback steady owned matt's steady on any. Let's go back to the game pretty interesting. The boat that goes came in the first minute of each half thoughts worth looking up from peta's perspective. Isn't it being cold. Because that's the preparation thing to show that separation thing. I don't think so conscious style will be. That bothered about the vague goal in a way. Because i think the the fact that they were to ahead the first place he might be able to compartmentalize taking a lead to turn on the second goal as well in particular gives him most closer comfort. Because it sure are. You can open up a team. That is a little bit more ready for you. The first goal you can almost say well mistakes happened. That would happen in tier in button. No you've got the ability to open up. You've and interestingly enough. Older threat really came down the right. Ian sandra channel the three most dangerous moments couple self-afflicted. They came the inside right channel so interesting to see what you're ready to address that in the in the second leg onto the primarily because they were permanently gave this week. Yeah the main one we look at is maybe. The aftermath city was last night as well. So nancy debase one three were. They never lose from foden. Skulls ovum star is. The thing is the thing Or did happen. Myron shamma at one point awesome as a full stone man. Good players suddenly goodbye. I'm so everton one mentality three. I obviously and take the lead on these days. You get the feeding opium procession. But it wasn't actually To to start from foden everything got back into. Business charlatans. Look i mean i. I love for charlotte. Listen i love his unselfish play and it was nice to see him. School from short-range archie school from carpet. Lewd rage balloon being out this game Some charlotte's close in the city. Just just the scored depp. Many have re at mars. Just carving you up at any opportunity you know as as an option off the bench primarily this came to the full emond bernardo ron riots in this game and cities start go is one of those ones. You have to watch three or four times. Just understand exactly what happened. Because the interchange of passes is so quick and fluid his. Here's the thing about city. We said this before that combinations are so good because they worked together so close in because they managed to manage their injuries. Pretty well When i say that guero and out they've worked really hard combinations. In those attacking areas the speed at which they get the bull through is just yukon civic the bolts he plays. He gets like a wool pass and he plays the dummy there to the box and slots in the corner but by that point of time he's to the boats you like that already dead three seconds before he schools. You'll like everton. Good night is to at that point. But you know it's over. I mean that was socially lovely go. I mean both the the the second year that rob morris mars and The morris gold and silver both gorgeous strikes. But it's casual facility thing. People say like who can beat them to title. Its nobody better. Actually its nobody better. You see that if you see that third goal you like there is not a team playing better football than that at this point at this precise moment like right now if we look at this week in football they are playing the best football in the world the moments over the last three weeks i say overall yeah would. I think i'd agree with that. Just just just just missed three weeks just mystery sprint. Because by an haven't been great we recorded last podcast ahead of their three or drawer. Her to bielfeld on monday night which very look to down in three one down in that game looking very leggy after that trip to qatar and felt should be closed out. Actually yes yeah. Yeah and they had another goal disallowed for aside which was very marginal. Yup yup lovely counter lovely boss low nerve pre phone in la leaguer. But they've had a couple of hiccups obviously the game that he made heavy weather yesterday. The volunteers and they've been john of stuttering in laliga. Psg lost on couple of weeks ago. They haven't been super mind-blowing. So i think that that is a i think that's a shower. I think i think say have been playing. Probably the best of consistent i mean. I can't even seventeen in a row now. Sixteen seventeen maybe more. Maybe eighteen is wild. Keep winning consistently evison. There's no shame in losing cecilia. One of the moment. I don't think carlo. Ancelotti has any major concerns about trying to figure out why without dominant calvin lewin hamas. Rodriguez is on the bench. He's trying to manage that squad. I don't think it's a dreadful result forever soon knows no me. Neither an beaten by qualities of that strike casualty bad goto arsenal on sunday. The other in the formula go wednesday fulham getting a point against burnley and fulham are on a run of the moment where i think they've only lost one of their last six. Which for side in the button. Three is super impressive. Anyone one of the la sits but they've only lost one of their last six and other really good result or or impressive showing from fulham. I think and they are now only. I say there are only six points off safety. Do you think they will be able to get out of it. It's far power. It just it just very hard to soften comes down to who goes scoring. Truth is i. Just don't know ryan like i say that not with disrespect but like look comey and tony got hot for west ham No one could have really seen. He goes scoring streak and he hasn't really stopped being a goal threat. In that sense some could just. Hey tom it could be automated. Look man we don't know and we have the potential to go there and in many ways good. I don't know because it means that it means how have potential. We've seen this in football already. This year anyone is betting with any kind of confidence on this season. Frankly i mean goodness me who would be on this season. Yeah now let's go to spain. Oh i really miss the chance to to tighten their grip on the the top of the table. And i think diego simeone will be well. He looked very pissed off at the end of the game. Levante taking the lead in a drawer against outlets -ality getting back into it from a deflected. Marcus lauren teashop for halftime. They had a couple of opportunities that let's see and i think they should have won the game Do you have sir lifing. Well i yes. They should have wanted because they need to want it. They should have won it because they had enough time to win it. And there's a slight concern over there. Attacking louisville at the moment granada squeezed out. That win. the lady at granada pulled back then. They've scored the last two goals have been quite scrappy which suggests a struggle for talking cohesion. Identifies the altitude of be on top of the league. The sensitive radio chance to do it could just be laughing at letty but whatever it is they need to sort of silt they couldn't they call have shroud felix back his best moment too soon. Put it that way. Yeah he's ever of patch. Stop on the bench against levante. Yep out a bit as well So could sign devante. Alamitos lead after just twenty. Minute was a bad look on navan. I didn't really give them much especially that first off. It didn't give them much. So that's why i think seven is frustrated because i think the one thing he'd ever been his team back. Assist me as you don't have the right intensity. And i think it was quite dammit. Didn't stop the right intensity against the my one concern about this alleged team. Is there a little bit too interesting. Your close things out Strange strange team levante though because they they lost the al-suna near the day it beat real madrid in madrid. Had that amazing game. Just after christmas. Against betsy i remember the four three. Yeah yeah very strange team think that was a game from the season or rock and at he actually play levante again this weekend at the wonder in the league away yeah. I saw yellow voluntary weird side. They respond to the strength of the opponent on. That's what it is ryan because the to maintain that level is the thing about the daru thing isn't it is like you. It's hard to. It's hard to be at that intensity you'll playing gets row or outlet to your like if we don't turn up ten out and we're gonna get hamat whereas you know if you up against the sooner you can still beat them a seven and a half out of ten of your potential and i think that's what it does. Almost they biscay reminds us that teams that you always get evans. Best shot walking around now with a target on them. What's interesting for the next four. Five games is how they handle how realises but everyone is saying. This is the league to those f. One saying it. I'm sure they're saying yeah. I mean there's still six points clear with the gaming honda royale and Boss got gaming hand it should be. It should be should be it. Should be the full draws a season. Some of them have been a bit latin. Yeah bet me engine. Genetics say that yeah. Let's go to legal very very quickly just to touch on the masa needs game which was absolutely wild by the way must they went to up. I mean jury don't want back for niece. Just after half-time maasai went three one up and then melissa saloniki got one back right at the end venise and then i mean gurry the post with a free-kick while slipping with very last kick of the game and then it bounced back off of stephen and then went out and then there were still blue. But that's the first win since fishbowl. Rush was fired marseille. Just a club. They should be doing huge things actually. They were doing so well. They were title contenders. Gojra stuff as well. Yeah yeah what strange. Season for maasai. Yeah let's take another break we're gonna talk about mauka. rosa stood. The news broke just after we recorded on monday. That marco rosa be the new borussia dortmund manager next season leaving clock after what will be the end of his second season. Two seasons maka rosa smart man spot man on what you think. What do you think about right. Move shame about timing right me. Full right move for rosa. Shame about the football news. Ready for a k. And you can be the flavor of the month and you have one but actually abc to be honest. Abe was regarded as best young coach in europe by distance. One bad season at chelsea and that old the changes the entire perception of him dot nicknamed the think. John terry gave him dvd because he always had his illicit of videos running around. That has stuck horrible things like that. Stick you stay two seasons wet bounce and take a team to a level where you show some quality your market value now is stratospheric and marker rosa has done the right thing phase career taking back to the champions league knockout stages to huge achievement in the mid level of this and the pandemic place on best football. I've seen from suraj in germany. Reminiscent the peaks of five days. He's done that for gladbach. And i just think. A third season at clapback is star becomes tarnished. So i think strategically the right time. The right move him smart opinion. I'm a little bit tones. must i. I'm a big fan of marco rosa. I can see why he took the gig. I also could see why he wouldn't take the gig to best moment came. Got becker very settled club at moment. Maxine bill has got a contract. That will run for a good few years. They have a lot of good young players from for good south. There struggled in the league. This season. I think that's been as a result of the champions league stuff. We've also were. You actually mentioned it quite on the podcast about especially when we're talking about you. Lynn pataki when he go for the madrid about you never know when they're gonna come with the year again right so there is the Element in the. I mean i have a soft spot for back. Spokeswoman's people may have not have a soft spot for michael rosa debasing. Ultra maka rose rotator. I want to proclaim myself as the first straight white male. Maka rosa stand. Yeah i think would've that's my that's my. That's my book. I think the way it happened is low bit confusing. Gladbach did really well here. I agree back kind of own. The story by getting ahead of it. I'm not don't think dortmund were expecting them to drop an announcement lie that i think i mentioned on the podcast before the pallone game. The dhabi. yeah. He was asked about this stuff on sky sports and he was really spiky about he was very very very show and he just kind of looked a bit bored by with stuff like this. I think that maybe a lot of dropped it just to kind of stop the noise yes rightness. Right in this front because he was getting little bit annoying. I think it's exciting. I think the intensity that he would demand from of those dolton plays. I think it fits in that sense. My well yeah and also markelle rosa guest a coach in his own language and he gets a chance of winning the bundesliga. He will find himself to win the bundesliga. Some point in that job now got will not have to have the money and the deck. This is not about day-to-day glaucoma. Day can blow any team. The world about back playing style. They can hurt anyone that can beat anyone that good but this is you know. Having to move to another country another it would have been like some of the premier league. Coaching your second language against your interleague. Where you've got generation coaches. You're going up against an all those prejudices all those conversations in a roses most but he listens on the grapevine he knows how it goes the carnage scrutiny. He would get not that he'd be afraid of the scrutiny. But you'll coaching against tickle guardia. Clot to mrs clown show. You're going into and you won't get a fair shake whereas you're lucky to get a fair shake from media here we'll get the resources and as a chance to build something really exciting. And i'm sure the conversations he had dortmund be like this is my first long term job. This is my intention. This is gladbach supplies. You might go for the medium-term he might have expected to stay. Maybe i don't know like he might have expected to stay back for three to four years because no one could have done -ticipant the but what happened with farve this. This kind of deterioration was alarming. I think so. I think his co. Everyone by surprise. I think it's caught rosa by surprise in terms of the deterioration. I think gladbach as frustrated. They might be. They would understand it if that makes sense. This job has come up at the wrong time for everyone That makes sense. I don't really have any concerns about maka. Roses focus until the end of the season. I think i just don't think managers alike that tennis. I think you saw it with leonardo's men when he moved to leipzig. Yeah i'm huffing heim. That was announced before the beginning of the season. He saw his entire final season often heim knowing the he was moving the following year. Some laughing as narcos man. He is so amazing because he reminds me of the kind of guy that wouldn't have have a leaving party. Need be out the door. He so professional do every training session. Perfectly and be the players might look noggin going. It's this guy is she going is he. Leaves his intensity would be so high. And i think you're right rosenthal the same thing about him like i don't know if the players will be bothered either in terms of this season because that having a moment glad back that's the way they look at it like we're having a moment at back particularly champions league. Let's see how we can go. We got past city. Apple is going to be afraid of us. Actually think that his managerial stall will dormant dortmund finally got their little link to Because he played on the club but mines Knows him very well is very fond of him. I was literally stood next to him. And he's giving an interview in english ashley when he was in berlin and he was talking about club. And you could just tell as a huge amount of operation there so i wonder whether dortmund the thinking this is. This could be up two point zero. Which i don't necessarily think is a healthy. What state of mind for dolman book there is that emotion. I think that our clogged at neath. I need to feel that connection with that monitor. Yes all clubs. Do in a way. But i think dortmund. That's that's such a major part of their identity. I think he's the guy. I think he could be the guy. I am really excited to see how he tweaks the personnel. Because you're really ready for three at the back door have played three of the quite law. Recently i you know he also has quite a fondness for plan to up top which i think could potentially sue dortmund hole in the second stryker. Maybe like sunshine is a number ten or similar if he can keep them i personally. This is a massive gumbo here unless munster echo big icon move in this year. I mean satcher will monday night. Drop the money that dome move one. This year i think is very tricky. Mussa don't may need to have a bit of a five hour if they don't finish the champions late and this is just my gut feeling and i have no insight into this war so ever. I'm not one hundred percent show that will see many massive moves the summer like huge news that i can. I can believe. I'm just the thing about united. If you do end up the example and dolman done finished on pennsly- then yeah then even if they do in if dortmund do get champions league even if they do if united ended up third social then has an unbelievable amount of leverage to third place finishes in a row right yeah. He has incredible leverage pick. This will be a different type of third because this'll be like his momentum base. It's like well. This is the guy we need to elevate us. Social has an incredible amount of leverage. If if that happens for united Which is for dortmund. Sake is a shame because i would love to see rosa coach. Those all of those plays together. I mean i genuinely believe that. If an i still believe this and i know that a lotta people like yeah yeah. Yeah whatever but i think that don't is such a great place for people to buy and i still think that when everything is ticking. There the best. Chance at winning the bundesliga outside of by munich. The yet this season has been strange. Loosing five who despite his troubles was quite popular among the players. They've announced a new manager that intensive she's still there is very strange season for them. They don't sell more than one. I don't think in someone. If it is jadon sancho i love sunshine by think that they could probably afford to lose him more than holand because they have the place that can step into that role absolutely agree just you just see. Go arena styling every or off back. If he when he is back backing relief. I genuinely believe and i wrote this piece ages ago about the trying to keep the band together dortmund if they do want to stay an unlawful may be busker. Zoellick just can't afford to keep all of them. Don't lose. I think a few million quid Home game without funds oracle with nine months since the bundesliga came back nine months of football the dome applied without any fans losing a few million euros per game. The money will never get back. Money will never get back so that is a massive worry for them. But i do think that. I just think that doberman have so tantalizingly close to being great dormant and it has been for low well and that's why referred to her is like the most tantric ceo in world football. Because he's so he's so close mine but we'll see. I think it's exciting anyway. I think it's a shame for glut by but also glovebox is so good at read regenerating who would want to manage. That's the thing about scrap. We'll see incredible is just an incredible job for any. You look at the infrastructure. The coaching the youth the general energy about it the way they conduct themselves is just a great great klopp to to comply or trade for a couple of seasons for a longer. She wanted them to get a longtime coach at some point in the future. Somebody just beds down for like five years just really goes for it and also i also one point. I would like to make the. I know that there's been a lot talk about buying snapping a all of the bundles. Zeke is top talent in the last however long domino. Angels as well at that. Yeah and actually the everybody moves to buy a narrative is quite strange one because if you look at the players that have become who gone there over the last. I don't know let's say decade apart from eleven ski moving on a free hamas who is a buying boyishly below who i think forget that he's he went by dolton buying dormant. Yeah but mama went from shocker. So did alexander noodle liam gerrad went from shocker. Who hardly challenging. I mean did have that one year when the couple of years ago in the tedesco. Nicholas zulu came from hoffman. heim have came from stuck. Who were relegated. Right dortmund have signed thomas delaney. From vada assigned token has a modal heard from gladbach. you'll in brand from bilateral curson in in the last year marquee players. They're taking more marquee players buying actual definitely as many. You know i think that. Just i mean we see in the premier league though the montage united signing are one per soccer harry maguire. Oh much to say him. Maru's oh no chelsea signing bench. It happens in every single league if barcelona taking my breath way of leg. Ns but yeah no reason whatsoever really which basically condemned like down. That's one my least favorite. Signing that's my that's my least favorite transfer in the last five years. It's just i think okay longer say ten. I'd say it was awful. Everything about it was terrible. It was so damaging for both i think yeah and damaging for him as well because you go from club where your beloved to not respected where you're basically like Bring on broadway. The champions league or people live in. What braff as not the problem at boston. Either it's really not a problem. If there were one of four science he could win. H yeh regularly but there are in the Maybe three sides. Let's say i think the the transfers the the buys everybody. I think would be as prominent agreed completely agree. Actually fellow. bit breezy today breezy. Oh my god. That's exactly what i was gonna. Let's say mesa. Maybe that's why we do podcast together. Not many laws low today. Apologies everyone if there was a lull in lulls. Somebody wasn't it. Well not not not summit was measured it was measured today in it was just. We were just overwhelmed by. Actually i what i realize. The on is house. I said that we would go into. How absurd is that. The champions league is is kind of back european competitions in back at the. Maybe we'll save it for next week. Because i'd also like to talk about the plans for reforming the champion lake. The maybe next week as we can dust off our swords and go after uefa for baseball hall. It's been ufo. We're coming on uefa. It's been a while When was the last time we waited was probably miss. Ma and cooking usually low hanging fruit. Yeah yeah anyway everybody. We hope you are staying safe from well. Staying woman's you're in canada. Stay warm if you're in texas on like a on a serious note with everyone who is in the states at the moment and experiencing stuff that they haven't experienced before. Oh my gosh texas shop. Glad you mentioned them glancing them so hard we hope it resolves itself soon and yeah i i. I'm not very good at stuff opera. Yeah we do see stuff come up on timelines and we have a lot of friends and people we know in the state. 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Japonizados Micropodcast | 3X18 | Tablillas EMA Has pedido algn deseo?

Podcast RadioViajera

16:56 min | 4 months ago

Japonizados Micropodcast | 3X18 | Tablillas EMA Has pedido algn deseo?

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Portugal-Spezial: Locked & Down

Auf zwei Bier

38:39 min | 6 months ago

Portugal-Spezial: Locked & Down

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CS 301: EMMY 2020 SERIES: INSECURE pt2

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CS 301: EMMY 2020 SERIES: INSECURE pt2

"Fam-, what's up this is part two of the two episodes enjoy. Also, I think, maybe a wasn't in the minds of the writers at the time like that's kind of what I mean about. I think that the writer's room kind of grew like, I think what you might have been picking up it might have been the reality at the time they wrote it and recorded it, and you might even perceiving it corrected. It wasn't even a fact that you missing important context that might have been the. Context, and maybe the writers from more mature place kind of revisited it and realize this kind of needs more nuance than we I gave it. So I I mean, I, think could be that it was generally something that was not even there because I picked up the same thing too that she just kind of kept her mouth shut and was passive aggressive for too long, and then she just kind of got fed up in and like. I I. Think it was not there I think the writing was not mature strong enough yet. They just kind of wanted some. Okay. Can you deal with the back? Well, was that? What I'm saying might not even be right. That's just my personal feeling. The pressure you and i. both got the same feeling from the first season to me makes me think that we had to pick picking up something that was really there first season. I just. I don't know I. They tied it back really well as agree to do a good job, it feels like it makes sense. Then I'm good with that I think the. Old Mistakes drew through strong. Ron Avenue problem that. Now that's better you're right. You're right. We have no problem with that A. Kudos for that honestly. Oh. Absolutely. Yes. So I'm hoping that in the following season that they've grown even more. So we get better stories other than to say this last he's not the cinematography was better year was. I liked the visuals I like a I got a little overkill to me but I like that they were consistent the constant divider between characters division between characters those divisions shift the color schemes like one person's wearing railroad person's wearing green. OUTTA. Interesting even at their worst. Oh, I feel like they always agree with you but I do agree got better. I, guess it got better as far as connecting to story in a way that it's it makes sense for the for the viewer or you're right. Actually you know I don't think it was really part of the story at least it wasn't as obvious. Sometimes film people they do it but I'm not by the not another session and. You don't you watch the QNA? Oh, you did. See that you know. But I thought it was. Well done in the last season. So that was part of it and you get the feel of what used character is supposed to represent in this discussion. So I liked it I'm GONNA throw the question to you is this something that I agree with you but I also wanted to offer an alternative ways to think about it because I'm kind of struggling with spark myself like you I like that it's the center whiteness and that the it's about pretty much this black people you know in the white people are kind of like periphery if that the barely in it, I think this season remember anyway people in there because now should not. Have all the way people before it used to be kind of at that nonprofit and they're gone. So this might be the black season that they've had yet she and monitor black firm now. So they've they've actually black in the show even more but what I wonder is due to a degree the main cast have become the white people of the show because there's a certain amount of classes him in the show they've dialed it back a lot thankfully, I think they've dow the classism La Basically, you want to make big problem with the show was that I thought they were very classes especially to like people from the so-called Hood. How the characters looked or created. or how or the story of characters being Buji or whatever won't part like there's this way that the kind of is still had a to a degree this season where they had this type of cringe whenever somebody who's a little too rough around the edges or hood comes around like for example, remember when that that lawyer join Molly's firm and she was a little girl right right and or when they were going to bug the blood neighbor or The people that live in our building. People living in building the kids. The kids were a perfect example laps. And I felt like the way they react to those blue-collar or black people would be like how Tom Hanks for somebody would react to black people in the move your Steve, Martin, you know whereas like debut, there were kind of like freeze up or be like. The the Black People in the movie we snap around him for being white and stuff like that, and there'd be referring the edges and and I felt like physical white character in a black movie the way to the. Movie. Sorry wait in white movies. They have a lot of times where the white character surrounded by black people and black people are acting super stereotypical and I felt like. He said her friends were they were kind of taking the place of the white people there like when from the very first episode of Isa and Malaita that club with open mic night in everything and among these different like refund edges black is trying to hit on them or some some ghetto backgrounds Amazon getting in scare quotes as in that that's what the show was trying to imply betray them ask yeah. Yeah. It was It was kind of like. East recounted cringing or they're like laughing at them not with him. It wasn't like the way a nineties movie or a show like Martin with with portrayed -hood whereas like relaxing with it. This kind of like they're kind of laughing at it the way wiper. were. So what is that is the question? was going to say is, does that offset to any degree? The fact that there's no way people in it because I feel like a degree they kind of became the white people it was all black but they. Had the same type of story I mean you just plugged in certain characters to still give that type of preventative dynamic where I feel like yes. Still a little bit of anti blackness mix similar class. Classism and that's again they bowed it back a lot. A Catholic experiences that I think we're like that this time and they're very toned down like I'll give you sample how bad it used to be like you remember like the bank teller girl I was Leading to heavy on like ghetto stereotypes her. Like she wanted to stories all day her mom, and if your family barbecue in Lawrence's like you know really turned off by how how crass or family is and everything and I thought through they're setting that up to Canada redeem her like as in. He was going to realize that she's actually better than he is and he was but then they never did that she's just kind of kind of fell out and and she got a Wenzinger in about you think you're a nice guy you're not but she was still Kinda. Bad. The blood neighbor, the the neighbor, the way with the kid get lady with a kiss. She was still around this time they had somewhat stuff with her baby with the cave. This is a new building so she didn't come into ISA got into that apartment building. And the kids in school in general I thought were really badly done in the beginning. So interesting because a lot of the early seasons, I have a lot everything you're pointing out with a lot of feelings actually. It was like four years ago. So I'm trying to remember everything, but you're right all it's not coming back to me and absolutely it does kind of offset it I think I think you're right acts. I think that's I'd never even consider something like that I think you're absolutely right. So I think that's the point I think also what they're trying to portray. Now I was talking about earlier about how touted portray black La a certain way I. Just I'd rather take issue that they're pushing aside a certain segment in marginalizing them. You know and stereotyping them I do I, do take issue with that. It's a really good point do you Level or are they the same or other? They've improved because you don't see it as much. Sure I mean. It's In it's not costly in your face like precision in on I mean. So in later seasons, it was just focus on just people and then when you see the hood, she bought a hood, but you don't guys can't tell us the hood because unless you know what to look for but some shots in the hill you know and it just shows people being people is not you know any stereotype shit happening is no you know all the things that people think south central is is none of that like the Mark Park is in south central. You know she had the event I think was Inglewood. Yeah it was Marcus St Mingle would. So she. It's An and you know what I feel like to presentable that block party would have been so much worse portrayed if it happened for a season. Temperature there. On the first season, it would have had so much hood cringe at that block party going on. Oh. Absolutely, and they did the block party. When I saw the block party was going to be a story line I was going to be Oh my God, this block party I know is going to be a lot of like really bad stereotyping and even the blood guy came back and even he wasn't that bad this time he was the count them a little bit but it didn't feel didn't feel mean-spirited right right I agree with that actually accept the same thing. ah saw his character comeback. You know it's a it's always a little annoying for me when we don't humanize the groups like it marginalized the most in our community and take it to one of my favorite sausage legends May he rest in peace nipsy Russell what I loved about Mc see hustle beyond whatever the critiques could be a loved about him is that he was targeting a certain group. He didn't push into the side motivating them. Now let's see people online clown the both that black marine a with Mitzi was reading talking about and I. Don't think they realized how meaningful stuff like that is especially when somebody you admire we don't always realize well, because there are a lot of books that I read. You know you know throughout the years that now I wouldn't agree with right but they motivated me in the beginning and at Juliet's but I really liked that nipsy was very much like this. The show you're human, you're powerful you should feel empowered you know and I think a lot of times in black spaces we demonize the same people but I think nipsy was trying to motivate and empower. So. Yes I think about that and also I was just thinking. I don't think he's from Houston la while she lived in La for a long time. I understood it as I understand it but I know with part of La she grew up specifically even as she grew up around black people like I was telling you guys before. You guys. Like I was telling you before. She bomber hills, their Heights Windsor Hills, view park, all that right wealthy black communities. If if you grew up there especially, I Agra there I grew up in La it was it was majority black. It wasn't like a lot of transportation happening. So in those people tend to stay in their spaces, they went to certain schools. Most of them did not go to public school with us. They might have went to Saint Mary's Saint Barnabas, you watch the movie the would notice that those middle-class black kids they all go to private school right after that they gather the Inglewood school and go to the private school so. Black tended to do that, and so I can see you being surrounded by a certain group of black people and then feeling like open the hood black people over there on the east side over there and what's over there you know further south on crenshaw, and so I can see her having that perspective and not even realizing and I don't know how many people in that writer's room or. Even from actual south central like the hood part like I'm from the actual hood part, you something 'cause actually didn't notice because I don't know much about L. A. I talked about La Reunion livestream. He said no I. Don't think La that south central I never knew south central La with two different things central was part. of La wait what was the giving him the full sentences I don't I was talking about. Somebody from Elliot I thought you said, no, I think from south central and then it might have been a part. You might main the place in la or part of La or something. I only see myself saying that because I central is la. So I wasn't running south. CENTRAL IS PART OF LA Y-. Maybe I misunderstood you. So La city. So the only think I was trying to explain I know I think I wasn't trying explain it by no out I'll explain it now. The thing about La is that there are parts of there, La City and there are parts that are La County. Certain, that's what I was trying to explain before so Kind of Manhattan some people think of New York City they think of Manhattan but actually all five boroughs are officially in New York. City. So La County is kind of to L. City what the other. Boroughs of New York to Manhattan Yeah exactly. As. Far as I could understand I. I know a little bit about New York I'm assuming that's right. But it sounds right. Hopefully someone who would both can correct us if the analogies. But yes, all the Cownie. Is Incompetence as many cities. But there are parts of the county that have no city they're called unincorporated land meaning. They don't have a city they don't have a name they don't have a Mayor City Hall. So all of their political stuff goes through the county they both for the county supervisor they don't until stuff like that in the county provides all their services. So there parts in south central, but I L. A. County but not la city. So one of the areas that I grew up in a group in two parts of south central but one of the parts I grew up in near Washington High School is county there's no city there so. Does not have any jurisdiction over there. So LAPD is only for the city of La. So have the county sheriff in those people that are really in big trouble right now in la the La County Sheriff is who runs the Who polices that those areas so where I grew up, it was South People Caserta Central but technically, it wasn't even the city of La, but there are parts of the city of La. But the thing is were like right across the street with the city of La. Literally across the street. So. That's what more. So what I was explaining if that's what it was one thing I know from reading her interviews that she didn't grow up in California, her whole Sheila several different places including Africa. But she did say that she she was in California. She felt this appreciate sentence I feel like a lot of these these new black celebrities say tyler the Creator Lobsang here but she she said to black for. The. White kids to wait for the kids and I think a lot of times people like that. That's why you can't really when you watch your stuff get a sense of where she's from because I think he probably when she grew up in California never really felt like part of something. So in a way probably helps too because she's able to kind of right California kind of neutrally to a degree you know. Overly attached to any one place but he I do remember she didn't really seem to be very comfortable in her skin when she was younger and in California she said, yes see that makes a lot of sense then because she was she around the creators from West La. So I totally see why he feels the way he feels Because that. Those are the areas where they produce those kind of black. But I think think it's whiteness that they that they're to white for the black kids I. don't even think it's that 'cause I don't think he's racial at all. Because agree growing up and being in high school in south central above into to south central schools those the kids Bauer into like maybe. That'll or We're a little bit weird like they just had their own cliques or their own groups. You know what? I mean. They hung out together that we back when I was a school that we had something called golfs I don't they still have golfs. I think they always come back because I've seen the other and I'm they still make you. Know there's always these little translators golfs and what's the other one the rockabilly thing that was hot for awhile. Everybody. Thought they were. JOSS is rockabilly like like I was. I. Went to a concert. It was a blue in exile was a rap concert in Harare. Blue. Guy. Was the best rat concert. I've been to allow rap concerts even in the rap. Good. When you wash them in concerts, a lot of rappers are born performance like. It I love Jay Z. But we've stayed she's just reborn. You just stands in one place wraps whereas blue as his kind of energy. When he wraps even is pretty much standing in space. He feels ferocious energies very engaging and whereas like he really like wraps like he's hungry you know I don't know but he he's here. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I found out about it through through a Mario I think I didn't know about it before really. Yeah. Yeah. With Mario told me about him he he's in marine. Out There Yeah Blues Amazing. He's amber blue was was performing in this like a it's like a bar, but it's like they have like a special night where they do certain stuff. So they they form a circle around you and you perform the circle and he was just insane back when him and another guy had album together had once song I liked off of it but they were performing it and it was just it was incredible. It was like he just pizza he's just such a good performer house life. Wow. He looks you in the eye and he's just very good in Yes I've I agree I'm he's also say actually he's from San Pedro when I listened to his album the first blue next blow heavens Blake's album I listen to that and I last sometimes because I came here the San Pedro Perspective in him like he's very laid back. He's like, yeah, you know. Politics Alamo Shit about it you know. People are Brady like bt people but not really you know even his perspective on race and blackness I can because they don't really talk about it much because I don't think he will grow up around black people. More Latinos and maybe some Asians because that area a lot of Latinos and agents but I forgot how we got way over there we're talking about. What was going to say is I went to the blue next sal concert displacing wounds Berg, and when the concert was over, there was a little bit of like drink and hanging out after then all these showed, where are these guys? Coming from like. Popping up little by little and then I found out that the space was called knitting factory having a late night dance party so As a blue in exile crowd was filtering out the God's will coming in but it was a moment of overlap. We just saw random guards in the middle of hip hop heads, and then by the time we left would just full of having a full-fledged Bass Party and I was like I can't believe that enough guts in two thousand and nineteen to fill up this whole space but yeah, not moving still exist. Lengthy those got overflowed was the line of gods outside the door and some young. Young people who we saw some of the parents pictures in. Young. People getting Saudi for time like they didn't live in stuff like the winters rockabilly is charged different nineteen fifties. So I think some of them are like there is actual new gods now just Okay. That makes sense. Yeah. Yeah but Regarding blue in exile but I mean, there was still a little bit of classism. Happening on the show but felt a lot less mean-spirited than it was for. So I could I could deal with it for example, that old man that she picks up. A little bit of classism there and stuff but it was very little and is generally funny that right that they wrote it funny enough to justify to like like that. That guy was really funny where who was in the car with her that was that was really good. Guy I thought would be done worse and you know it was a it wasn't bad. It was much better than the blue car guided. She was having sex wouldn't season to where I think they made him way more attack you time Yeah. It. Definitely. Improved I. Thought. Yeah. It's funny. Is Funny Whistling to talk about it having just watched it. Versus me completely going off my memory. Get your hitting some points that I remember feeling and thinking but I didn't really have anyone to talk about it with. because at the time, but conversations didn't talk about that. It was kind of other stuff and then I was say stuff like I remember talking about the blood character particular honest because I think that's the one that stuck out to me and I make assessment about it, and then it ended up being this stupid argument that made no sense but maybe I wasn't clear enough. Because my thought wasn't fully fleshed out. So was possible. I was hoping I can throw something out there and then somebody else could come in and kind of fill in the gaps for me. Okay. I. See how that's exactly what I'm feeling. So right now I'm having the experience that I wish I had been 'cause you're filling in the gaps I think we'll help me at the time even though I think a cardinal was really hard on her but very criminal would point out a lot of this stuff and when she pointed it out, then got my mind kind of clicking and then I started making some own connections but you know Okay. Yeah. Yes. So at the time, I, think that helped me because I remember I was feeding off about something and I couldn't really on crystallize it. So I, saw on your carnell complain about the show in how how it portrays portrays people I. Think the Guy Tone might have had a show on show on her too. But I mean to me, the show us to feel like if like brench boots if brunch boots could become sensitive and like like one hundred percent right show percent, the brunch boots field was. Torn. down. That's the I I. Don't know about that because I feel like that was still kinda there. May Have Brunch or something was it. Somebody had I don't remember but. Boy Oh. Yeah I mean it's still has a brench boots vibe I'm saying. Fan As. Dripping with. Him So brench boots before whereas because those social media, that's his best. That's all the blog were on because remember their writing for the bloggers and social media all the time. So that's exactly what they were on. So that's what they were catering to as well and to be honest I don't know the background of his Prentice Penny or penny whatever his name is is the show runner I don't know his background I don't know where he's from. I don't know where a lot of people I'll tell you what my experiences and like I was telling you earlier I, you have to be a certain type of person that operate Matt. Those Hollywood spaces have to be certain type of person. So if you can operate in that space and operate myspace, well, you're already questionable to me because there's no way you get that far there's no way to get that far. So I don't have this high expectation of black people in Hollywood certain spaces now, but just straight up buffoonery or makes me mad yeah, you know but they're. Insecure because I didn't Mike Speculation was pretty much what it is always with black shows and by people working on the show because I know what it takes to be most spaces and you have to sacrifice a lot you have to. Kiss a lot of as you gotta any and not even just for white people like black people need to see that you know how to behave a certain way talk talk talk a certain way carry yourself a certain way before they put you on because they want to be liked by the white people those those because those are the people with the money. So yeah. So to me if you're. Embarrassing them from xactly. Exactly. In any way in it makes sense because that's how any job is because Hollywood is very who you know, right? One of my friends, my old roommate actually lived together like seven years. She. Worked in Hollywood. She's a post production supervisor mashes at Netflix's, and she every Ralph who see her getting jobs and know looking for work because she was recalled not contract base you work for the best season and then you'd basically you're unemployed until the season starts back all. Of seasonal contractor I think that's Not On official term forget it. That's not right. Yeah. I don't I don't know So anyway, she would be looking for jobs. So she she had she would tell me like all these stories and things she had to do and she gets on so-and-so's good side. That's how she got this job. Now she is a very brilliant person and she's a hardworking person. So I don't doubt she was doing wonderful there. If you don't know anybody and you don't have good reputation, you don't get called period and everybody talks. Everybody talks is a very broad word and for a lot of the black people in Hollywood you embarrassing them might mean you just having. Taking. Crap. So it was like today. Oh, like I embarrassed embarrassment sober, Jessica advice when. Money my friend recommended by my friend. That's how I got the. And she told me she was embarrassed and I'm just like you. Know what I mean you were technically in the right, but to her that registers an embarrassment. Because you don't behave that way. That's just what you don't harass people about your check. This is how they feel. In that space in. maclear that what I say embarrassed it doesn't have to be the. Wrong behavior. It could actually be the correct behavior by their. They'll be embarrassed by you're correct behavior even because to be black and get foreign space you kind of have to be willing to accept a lot of incorrect behaviour cholesterol. Unfortunately, that's true. I don't I don't know I feel like I mean you're right I, don't know. But. It's the verbal tic. So yeah, I agree with everything you just said yeah, and again to be fair they eat off of that email and I, mean I can understand it but that that's exactly why my expectations are. So I have to discuss for Hollywood, like in general and I mean as a space for example, a lot of times in La you meet people and I'm sure in New York exact same thing they come to the big. City to get on either music comedy acting is always something right. So they come out here and you know you might meet them become friends with them. They might even have a job doing fine but they you know they go to these events. They have events all the time right? The other thing about networking space you have to go to all these events I, love going to events. So I'm thinking you know is likely events I usually go to. Way La works very segregated like Berry Berry So I pretty much stayed in south central flag everything right something. I want to like normal events and shit that I'm used to going to start hanging out with some friends from other places and they take him into events and it's like the most phony EST thing I've ever seen. I see like the first time I saw why people said La was for me because I never understood that and if you come in south central said people get real real mad right and so I don't get it. Do you go to these events? Everybody's dressed a certain way. Everybody's smiling everybody's faces everybody looks like they're trying to get discovered. Dress like their fashioned till the mind, right? It does not. It's not a not a real party up against a party, the oath music and performers, and this this this and this guy who is an aspiring he's music producer we like. To get bigger clients shit. So I'm like this which you'll have to go through to. These people are annoying. I. Listen to the conversations are super shallow. They're soup and I say, shall I mean it's always like what are you working on? Who Do you know you know? You bring in Newark I'm sure you definitely seen this. So I just I tend to stay in spaces with people from La because I literally hate those highly spaces phony the kiss, ass you have to behave a certain way even with the Emmy's in the Oscars and all that Shit like Lena, wait does not talented I'm sorry she sucks everything. You. Need somebody that I like. and has a book and the book just got option by Lino wait to write the movie and I was like Oh congratulations the question house I have to worry about. It's going to do your duty your book right I don't WanNa get it just she's not good. She's not really political which can can tell from her work she fucked up. With that Queen and slim slim she she's political but honors Politics Hollywood politics. She's not a real. Yes deputy. She's. Sometimes. So I speak a language sometimes forget is different in certain spaces when I say political I specifically mean. No I get what you mean. Lack militant. told the thing which mean I'm agreeing with you. I'm saying she's not that political I'm agree the only political that she is is. Meeting people knowing people working the right circles that's her politics and devoid of any real substantive. Sadly exactly. Yeah. I will just explain to the listeners. I know. Sometimes when I say political, they think I mean like literal politics. But Yeah she is political in that way because you don't know how to play the game right in actually already told this by other people that she don't have to gangs like I've seen how she getting roles like. But how getting jobs like to that. Good. So even the episode that she did this, she got the emmy for I. Didn't think that great like it was a it was a good episode a really good job as far as you know what was. Episode of was master was her mother coming to terms with her being a lesbian character become. A show master of none, right? Yeah. Master Mom Angela Bassett played her mother I think Eric. Amena. was in it. She played like this duty girl. It was part it was part of the the story, but I didn't like it didn't really go in depth as for as well. I think in a way that I think it could've. Treatment that white liberals love like and then exactly what I'm getting this exact she knows how to make it look political enough without it being political radical enough without looking radical progressive enough without progressing share is perfect for NPR wine mom crowd the the kind of people who think shopping whole foods is helping the world you know like or watching a movie about something. Like W be like I just saw hotel Rwanda and you know I can't believe how bad those people are in. That's engagement with the topic you know, and then these move on to like you know whatever they do that crowd very superficial. Me Being made aware of something is half the job type of. Liberals Oh let me tell you. You're in New York I'm Manila we deal with the shit all the time. Yes white. This is the white perspective you're like. Where I'm at is to be a manny. So one thing you guys will find out I, have had a million jobs and a Lotta Times at the same time. Even right now I have three jobs so. I was mammy him that gave him so much insight into white households Alan worked for to white families but it just but you end up around so many other white families, white people you really get a sense of how weird these people are number one but two they liked to look like they're progressive and what they try to do especially when they're black people around and trying to go overboard with it like I love Obama. Obama. You know another shit like that or you know those are asking questions about music artists. Hip Hop and Shit. Is when the actors something but they think they already know the answer and they're ready to talk about it because the Red Lake Tana Code or something and you give my and It's like you know it's pretty great. We're happening with Obama right isn't a shame I'm already a fan of Obama. What you know it throws them. Off Yeah, it doesn't offer. That wasn't in the guide. You know what? What do you want something really funny. So So the La County Library has this thing the call read across America's and? With across away or some shit. Some big do every year and they asked me to be on one of the panels and when the panel discussions, right? Because it was this during. February. Is Black history month, right. So they want me other black people sitting up there where we had a do though we had to read two books. One of them was Tallahassee Coats Book between the world and me and the other book called Citizen by Sylvia something I forgot her name both looks pretty much the same thing I don't know who picked the books But I hated them. I hated Tallahassee. Colesberg I didn't like the other, but it just came across very whiny. About. Claudia ranking. Go thinking. This one is booth they used to be really popular to recommend and no one talks about it anymore it's been kind of displaced by sister outsider. Always. Recommend that booking at some point he just started recommending. Audrey Lord sister outside. The I had never heard of it until they asked me to read it. So I read it I, read a read and I read coats book and I go to this panel discussion already because it's black history month is a black panel. I'm thinking going to be August black people I get to this thing the audience literally literally not even exaggerating all old white women Oh. Yeah. All of them except three people one older black woman who's aged can't really tell she's the older business she said later after she was older. Than there was a white lady with her son who I think was there for a school assignment With that's how that's how. Stocks. Are Finally birkenstocks that does events. These old old white ladies old all late sixty seventy eighty sixes being a young group. Yeah. Seventy eighty being the old group. Did Slave. Later, a lot of old white people there. I was really curious about that at all. And there is love and. So So anyway I get there and I I mean they ask all these questions and I think they they. I. Think they expected to have the the the Nice Black people answers right and the other panelists did do that. They would get to me and was as far as Samsung real crazy shit links. The thought was crazy. So I didn't like Tallahassee coast book they were mad about meet mad at me about that I. Literally, they were upset I don't even tell you how upset. So and then. The thing that set it all off rate basically just going off on me was when I said, the public school system is the worst place for a black child. You're gonNA match because they know the war point of view supposed to be that it's all about. Education here, right. So wait a minute. So what I didn't know if that most of them were retired teachers. Oh So. They all of a sudden topper or question answer everybody has questions. They just makes league their questions or they're going off on the right and one lady said I just I just resent what you're saying. You know this is really You're not bad and black people have been helped by education and I said, well, we're poor today than we were before before the nineteen six before school desegregation we have more money than we do now and she said she Bama Obama came up through public school system are. Probably. Pants. Wait wait until another ladies although off. Got Titles other lady right in the beginning of the question answer. She's all like old white lady and was so funny she listened to me on the radio. She told me she's all I listened to your show. So He gets up and she's like you know. I read Tallahassee Coats Book just built so bad just I'm so angry at racism and it's just so awful I just feel for your people and what you go through I mean she goes through all the dramatics and I'm just like what talked. About how she feels. Like she is more important than the than the actual racist. Eight. So wait fully we go to vote. I people's are getting mad somebody popped up and made some says some bullshit and the thing to me mad though was those another growth air she was half black half white when she made known and she kind of like kind of buffer white people's feelings with the ship that I would say so she's making helping me but she's just trying to buffer in cushion the conversation. So she let this white lady says some shit about how she felt bad because she realized she had done some shit of the Soviet some part of the Rankin, but since Libya. Would you say? And rank and Claudia Claudia ranking so Yes. So she's made some point about the some situation whereas her and a bunch of white ladies talking in her black co worker comes over the. Changes how she talked she said is are saying girl this girl, which is actually more realize. Stopped who she realized that she she felt really bad and really embarrassed or whatever. 'cause she didn't she caught it right so I'm thinking okay that's a good story. This girl next to me in the panel it was like well me it's okay. Maybe it's just how you communicate with each other. All these excuses I was just like us. Let me ask you that I could. Say Let me ask a question where you're talking like that before she got there. No. If see if a white woman walked in that group, would you have changed how you Talk Mel? So this is clearly racially based right. So what are you? What are we trying to cushion here? There's nothing to Kushner you know what you do this girl trying to make her feel better. So anyway, I. AM. Going finish sorry. I'm sure it'll tie in what I'm GonNa say so impo very end of the Cuny. Actually asked when everything's over Abbott everything was over. So they have mean other panelists be Wanna come to us and talk to us. We're just sitting there going answering questions talking to people one black lady was actually really amazing and she agree with almost everything I said about desegregation 'cause she was one of the first kids to desegregate the schools in Boston and so she was like she didn't like that experience, but she was going off about it. Everything said that she backed me up good but anyway, the White Lady I told you about that was that listen to my show and I'm just so Congra- schism she comes up to my table trying to tell me that I was harsh with certain people and of something about I don't know what she was talking about and I'm just like why why are you arguing with me? I said what I said Oh at the public school system and how bad it is for black kids she starts flipping out and told me all this shit and I said look I'm GonNa cut you off now I said why did you come here? Because I wanted to learn and the acid exactly you learn. Some Shit, right? She like. I said I said what I said. I know what I said I'm sticking by it. There's. Really, discuss the being around a certain type of black person those spaces that is very much about you know holding their hand and taking care of their feelings or if they berate them, they'd be rate pre-approved. You know way like you need to check your privilege you'll make God you're right and and they're okay with that would that stuff like like the even black people that they let no circles even when the sooner there'd be rating them berating reading them their preapproved way that white people are okay with being. Berated because a lot of blue black on new black types, they'll have times where they're really turning white people and stuff, and it looks like kind of good. But you could tell by the way why people enjoy it. It's not real absolutely absolutely, and that's always on my signs. Why people like it too much already, Nelson's at like apple is why people like Jackie Robinson too much and I went and looked at more should about them and I don't fuck with Jackie Robinson. That's a whole nother conversation. But. Let's say at the end of. Going on this lady she and I'll go off but I'm pretty busy being very clear. Now, mind you this was during black history month, right? We had a rebe black boots and the whole thing was for them to learn about the black experience. That was the whole point. Did you not learn about the black experience? So she's like she goes mad and she storms outright she comes back in just. So you know I came for the books myself books about the black experience you storms back out and she tells the other guy was by the other panelists by the door she's walking out she tells him. I guess I guess I'm in trouble because I'm white. Walked out and you know what the bucks was talking about you describe working in that space I think is way more interesting than aiding insecure had to say about that experience but I think part of the problem with insecure and a lot of like the the new blacks right stuff like that is there politics are very superficially different than a white liberals so I'll. She can really take issue with them with really is the etiquette or the microaggressions or the Leila's the Karen stuff. You know the dust stuff that's like you're kind of rude you weren't listening to me you. He dismissed me because I because I'm black but you let. You stole my the at work office politics Macro. I agree with that. Yes, she can't really go into the Canada stuff that you did because she's very superficially different from them and you can see it in how she herself viewed those black kids. Those a white woman would have probably written those back here is probably the or. Viewed them in the same in the same way, maybe she would have softened the touch because she didn't want to be seen as racist but you know it would have been kind kind of same thing and I think That's I think is probably one weakness of insecurity in a way they kind of cured this season because they didn't get political at all this season even subtly I thought the stuff with no not the white nonprofit needed somebody with a little more political edge to give it see why they should insulted me because I worked in nonprofits fifteen. But if if they can do, they would have been probably as a friend as white woman was because their politics the closer to hers pretty. Radical though I only thing I had to learn my brother had kind of Putin check on this. He said you cannot expect of other people to be nearly as radical as I am mostly because I grew up initiative you know what? I mean I grew up with the political perspective, a lot of people and I'm wondering in the more I'm older I'm getting them more I'm realizing it. M- everybody has a a political perspective. They were never taught one or they to in spaces where there was one, I grew up immense space as a community activist. So I knew other people most people I knew where community activists. So that's those people talked to all the time. The roommate I told you about unresolved fourteen were community activists together right? Pretty much all my circle either politicians now or community activists right? community organizers. So I have a certain perspective I've been taught it over and over again, our new perspective of the read this and read that, and then this EMEC. So other people allotted other people didn't necessarily have that experience. A lot of people I learnt when I got to college just learned to get political in college. There I protest one girl got. Her little protests and she does you don't care about this. I say it's my own care managed. Do I do that Shit? You know so I think sometimes I get out of speculation, but I've learned not to have that. So when I watch Isa, Ray, if the other stuff is good enough, which is for me I out, I eat it I just deal with I. I. Just can't have that expectation that they're going to have something really in-depth. That's good year was good was. That she wasn't even trying like I'm the kind of person I'd rather you had not try something then try and fail at it. You know. So the fact that this season was not even attempting to speak anything political thanks to not having that nonprofit there anymore because she did things for example, if you remember this story line where there was the black. I knew it I. Knew It. I. Knew It. They're trying they're trying to show like reverse racism or something and they this is the big thing. This is a big pressing issue yet to talk about like verse racism and is the thing. Is a pressing issue, but the issue is the other way around that. Made me mad about it because I i. living in La in seeing how how was really are being pushed out. That's a real thing and people are really afraid of it. I work in healthcare to right and I have to deal with all the. Helped where I work in healthcare predominantly Latino space right in some Asian and a Lotta white too. But mostly Latino and they get resources and things for their community. They'll exclude black people. I watched it happen. I've had to stand up meetings to stand up for my group up. My specific grant is to target African Americans and get the healthcare services. So when I. Laugh when I saw that it is to be different if they had that were also had the other perspective. So you know what I mean like it was the was a discussion because that should be a black Latino discussion la is an important one right So an Internet, talk about it was going to la they don't really know the fuck. They're talking about because I see it reminded me of reminding me of how like Obama and Common Harris, they tried so hard. He should've not being partial to lack beyond. More partial everyone else. So like Obama told Tallahassee Coats Oh we can have our reparations 'cause then Latinos get married you know and and he he was saying like it was going to get imigrants man it's not about work. What worries so Yeah and commoner was like, oh I'M NOT GONNA Pasadena's. Black people in you passing they're just help other people all the time like you. You basically destined for Indian people with H. ONE BS. That's like an predominately help them like to the tune of eighty five percent or something. So so yes. So there's a lot of black people like that like this idea that this this idea trump that there's a whole bunch of black people were if you let them in, they're just going to run rampant and just. The reverse racism left and right and nothing could be farther than the truth. The people that get in position of power by being black is by demonstrating as clearly as possible I'm going to overcompensate to show that I'm not partial to black people each surveys probably one of those people ourselves. That's what she thought. That was the important stories you'll story hoping I really bothered me. That's not la La has the other way around and most most of the public schools here Latin no L. A. is. Tina I live the specific area island is the only part this forty-five percent black matte not even the majority, right so we're we're being pushed out when I see stuff like that. It makes me really upset because I feel. It's not true. And is such a serious issue that if you're going to put that out there, you have to be able to do it. Well, if you'RE GONNA put been put on a storyline, you have to put the alternative storyline to that WHO You know what I'm saying the other side of that a Latinos dealing that you have to have that if you're going to do that at all, I think the importance of the myth to. Liberals is that it gives them a reason to overcompensate. Is like the reason why Obama and Common Harris and stuff and people say stuff like says because there's some how this idea that black politicians are black leaders when again to power just basically just opened up the coffers and just just. throwing. Money at the window the black people like some kind of crazy idea which is so far from the truth, our leaders and politicians do not do that they try. So the overdo trying trying to look impartial but to justify abandoning the interest of your own group can of paint the image that doesn't actual tendency or history of the opposite happening. So ambition to not being truth and not having to death the third thing that bothered me about. Serie doing. A story line is which does that storyline she justifies the OBAMAS and the Communists of the world acting like they're putting a stop the writing a wrong light that people like that principle exists in half historically exist abusing their power to become reverse racists and now the OBAMAS and the Communists or the world artist corrective who are doing lift all boats policies. So they're like this middle ground to these two extremes where when extreme never really existed you know like like supposedly. August white people who were partial to whites. Then there was a correction where you had these black people abusing power on behalf of blacks, and now these people are the impartial ones who aren't throwing in immigrants, lgbtq issues, women, issues, and stuff like that, and that's second extreme never happened of the black people bending over backwards to give people special treatment. So I didn't like that she was spreading that myth or any final things about the show particularly this season. do you watch TV in general? What's your baseline? What's your baseline show like assure you think is she should get a bunch of awards. So people can get a gauge your tastes and know what that's hard I'm not a big TV person in my taste is probably all over the place like if I said like my one of my favorite shows, of course is the wire game of thrones. But by game of thrones, you'd say, Oh, she likes fantasy APP bucking hate fantasies. I just happen to like that one you know. So, I don't know I don't Really Watch TV I guess to me, it has to like to have something interesting about it back would gain my interest like this show particular already a fan of this because I was watching opera black girl but outside of that I want to say it's like has some political edge to it. It's connected some point history I like documentaries a lot. So I watch we predominantly documentaries. And All TV, shows but as far as newer shows traffic water shows that I've watched recently I watched Ozark it was good up to a point. I think. Things about the Mexican drug cartel. I. Love the Mexican drug cartel for. All too much to breaking bad for me ozark in. Don't even know it just got out of control and it just doesn't make map-making sense in care to white. So I'm doing stupid shit is so. Things about drug cartels. So anything that comes out about that I usually try to watch I think El. Chapo. Has A markle's coming out too so It's all like shit like but although it'd be good, he's he's a question about the show. How do you feel about the music something about the music that show ninety percent of it? I hate and I don't know why there's a certain type of music using the show that's technically well done but it just feels like. How the shows are very blackburn. Show the music is still very brunch feels like such a Blackburn soundtrack well, I know salons used to do the music. Still does but you have to also remember this is still Hollywood. Those songs are show. For reason, it may not be because people new people right. So people or or some industry ship you know the labels like, Hey, we'll get your song into this show in they get the song until the show right a lot of ours that they put on the show aren't big artists. Threes, your Vince Staples, or you know what I mean out. I will say this that music has very consistent like it has a consistent feel to the music it's not schizophrenic. Music director get to make it all flow right and then also directors don't. Suck we want even get a some. Directly but. The music it does flow very consistently. He does I think it's also the thing about those kind of parts and watching TV shows and films is The trying to assert type of texture and moved to the show. So you know who the shows for who's who is like a? Sort of is part of the branding of the show say that. So whenever I agree and this brand was black brunch. The music was just so brench boots. So brench. Is Our listen to Iraqi my certain songs Oh that's crazy. Oh, that's Wrong I liked elected greasy and I liked I never heard the Sante played it but it was sudden called Rotea Yuba. Alex is Lee axes and. Good that was good but a lot of it I should be drinking Melissa. I should have brench boots on wasn't crazy, but it's good because it fits the characters. It looks like those characters would listen to. So I can't classify it as bad because I don't like it and I can. Show. FISA. Oh here's something like this is that that was very classes in the early seasons. The Mir Acer hate the mirror because I don't know if you're not sure what the mirror was. She wanted to tap into her aggressive side or She becomes a stereotype year she becomes a black stereotype like very hood stereotype, but then when she want and cussing talking about a Pussy and all this stuff when it's time to be your fantasy elevated socialist put on a British voice a white British lady in anyway he wants to send classy and I really didn't like that and I noticed eighty cut back to mirror a lot. But in the mirror wasn't a stereotypical as before like the mirror just her just more confident know I wasn't trying. Rafi stereotypical typical like hood wraps or whatever? No. I. Actually APP I've noticed the mirror thing when they brought it back I was like, Oh, I forgot about that day Amir. Less and it annoyed me less. They didn't less than they did it better okay. It made more sense than certain areas I didn't like it in the first two seasons. Yeah. That's my last observations. So I'll let you take it out. Yeah I. Don't think I had anything else other than I. Oh, I was Gonna say this. This show is the only time I ever liked the man to seals like I don't ever ever I don't like her. And my my brother and me and my brother and me backloading nice liquor on that year. This character I think is as annoying. feels. So so she doesn't even have to act. You know like just shows up. And it just has to be yourself had. To and I don't like to talk about people's looks and stuff right and but I'll say this like a man. I don't think is in ugly girl or unattractive, but I do think she doesn't have any like sex appeal which is different than your looks. You can like be a foreign the looks department, but you generate no glamour or we generate a lot of glamour and sex appeal you know. The end result like nine. There's some people who are like really technically beautiful but they just kind of. Habit, extra edge to it right like there's there's no there's not. This will. What makes her interesting? Sexy. Just by the look, right. But some people you just look at it just have a strike like Lauren Hill right? Yes. She's beautiful and she's a very striking look. You know an energy. I. Yeah. Yeah and and and Amanda seals she always confused Goofy to me. You know she has goofy faces goofy voices her hair, her makeup always goofy and I don't know what you did to her and this season insecure. But let's use this really glowing. The people insecure stylist makeup people I don't know what he did, but this is the best ever seen her. Well always plus she was pretty I never saw I was pretty. Sexy I don't know Nazism and she doesn't really stand out anyway. So I don't like her. So I have to understand sometimes my perspective on that could be 'cause. I don't like her so. I think you've a problem so she's very, very problematic but the. The to carry out. I'm just one of things I think is important that we don't get caught up in in. That's representation year so much. I'm a saw tweet praising HBO because they had like three black shows on it right out of their entire being. And I think we get. So caught up in that that we don't really look at what was being portrayed and how it affects us or even benefits us. Right. So I have a great example that came out today they announced this show a lot of people already eating cited about it for representation, but the implication is so bad the show and the only bad to me it ties into what you were saying I remember you saying that that girl at the event was trying really hard to give the white person pass and bail her out. You might make her feel good and you can add to call. To, cut it short and call it out. This is show coming out behead a trailer for is called knots and crosses, and it's a young adult alternative history drama that ask what if Africa colonize Europe Oh my Click that I. saw it in something totally don't click it I didn't click either because I was I don't want to even see what this is about but I really know what is going to be about feeling is going to be about showing that black people if they were the ones who had a chance to call is at the world would be just as bad and even though people going cheer it on because representation they don't realize that the message is low key. Why people do is okay because everyone would have done it if they had the chance you know. He know what pisses me off about it? You have a platform, you have writers you have the skill set, whatever it is. You have an opportunity to create something that we don't have is black people what I always hate to people say they'll go. Black people always complaining you should be happy that a black show we've never good like, no, no no she never ever good enough. It shouldn't be good enough. No, and I just get. Shouldn't but but listen listen to this synopsis in this World Africa or Africa as a this world invaded Europe centuries ago and slave this people and then slavery is gone. But now there's the Jim Crow segregation law maintained the power that namic a ruling class of black crosses covers control the country's politics while the under class in a press are the whites. So what's the point? They're going to say, Oh, this is show white people. What is to be black you know. But really wasn't going to say is, Hey, anybody would have done this. We would have just got You guys just got there. First that is by a black British writer. White people like. All. To me is like look what happens at the black people take over that too that's that's that they would have done it if they had the chance and if in the future they had the chance they would still do you know if you give black people too much power almost kind of says don't give him the better kill Munger was. Black people the power they're gonNA want to get revenge I. Guess the fear honestly like all these years of they're going to do what they would have done it by now you know what I'm saying if anything. Sean themselves to be too forgiving if anything, right? Yes. So I just. Like that I get really upset because I think it's a problem and I also think they're playing off of our desire why people like this before why Wiki, we've make re educating people and all we're doing teaching them how to be better racist. So they can tie their racism better look we're not racist. We giving you representation look. We're not racist. We gave you an emmy award. Look we're not racist. We uplifting this person Viola Davis still talk much Yankee and pay white people always praise her still talking about she ain't getting paid shot on other black women and he paid and it's funny. They always say trust black women but Got Mad at you. She's probably someone who says trust me all the time but. Only. The ones that she wants to hear she wasn't saying that when you were disagreeing with all black women stuff was out the window you know I hate that I just hate these a hated not but I even hate Bucknell hate black lives matter I don't even really hate me to necessarily but I hate what is become I hate with the and I hate that people are jumping on something that's real as real and they're using it to wave their flag as to look make them look like they're doing some shit black people included. Pat For themselves or whatever. and. Sometimes, the black people who call out the white people coop in the space are calling it out not because they're calling out anything substantive but they're mad that they're not getting a chance at the table to griff too. So there's people. That that white fragility book. But for the wrong reasons because they're the ones who wanNA mollycoddle, the white people and. And due to racial drifting. White fragility is just keep seeing it on my time lime and. Yet it's a it's a pretty it's a pretty bad. But I'm author who wrote who wrote the book that series is going to be based on and it made me think of what you said about the black people who get that far like she knew the kind of book she had right to get noticed by white people. She wrote the kind of book that you and I would have wanted to see about alternative history about if Africa took over Europe that book would not have gone far it would have been treated the way that women at the conference treated you you know. Oh, absolutely. Absolutely. But yeah, we we had this again. I'll watch it. If you mentioned likes I watched that what's with should about Madame CJ Walker self made on Netflix it was awful. We can talk about that. That'd be good because Kenny and Mario their. Watch for material. That's sometimes you know I, watch things you don't like to review it with anyone watch things that they I suggest things they hate Washington I'm not GonNa Watch that. For Work and I'll do it for work me. Personally I would yeah I probably wouldn't watch me I. DIDN'T I didn't WanNa Watch the hill but I had to watch it for work. So I would definitely yeah, that's the way I look at it like this is work. So if if you want to hear US talk about something, I'll just bite the bullet and August. Well. You don't want to sound like you don't flicker hating knows you're talking about you know so. In thinking about movies like any tricky promote a certain way and then you watch this whole thing. So so if you want to hear me and reader talk about certain things, right other guests to talk about them with us and tell us shows. We'll. We'll see all right and yeah, we'll talk to. y'All soon. EARN.

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Man i feel like a woman back in the early months of the pandemic. we ran a series of live update interviews with some of the most memorable people who've appeared on the show over the years. These events took place on our members only facebook community. Which if you haven't yet done. So i really hope you'll join in any event. Many many israel story fans tuned into these live interviews in got to ask their questions directly. But since we are a podcast after all we also wanted to share some highlights of these updates with olive. You our listeners. So today we're going to play the original story followed by an edited and shortened version of the update event. We held if you've never heard this story or haven't heard it in years. We hope you listen and enjoy and if you wanna skip straight to the update just go to the last fifteen minutes or so of this episode okay. Without further ado years man feel like a woman. The last time we had people over already feeling separate from each other we were feeling disconnected. More and more. It really was catching up with me. I i was headed towards a nervous breakdown. Basically but the last time we had company over a friend of ours who was just becoming involved in torah judaism and a whole group of them were coming to israel and they wanted to. She wanted to give them a very special friday night so who she going to bring them to. Yaakov and hobbies in the jewish quarter. Because that's where they'll get the perfect epiphany. I was off the whole night. Something was not right the whole night. That's smith she's sixty four years old and actually my neighbor in flow in jerusalem. I pass by your house three times a day when i take my dog. Nomi out for a walk anyway. East co was born in long island as jeff jeff smith. The smiths were a traditional conservative. Big see jewish family. The dad owned local plumbing supply store and the mom was a dedicated homemaker. They have three kids two girls and jeff in our story today. We'll hear how jeff became yakov. And then jeff again and then jessica and finally ska but this isn't just a story or isn't only a story about gender transition. It's really much more about a dilemma. One that doesn't have an easy solution. you know as we've been working on this episode over the past few months. I've thought a lot about a good friend of mine. Let's call him akiva. Akiva has been married a long time nearly twenty years. He and his wife have three kids. They got married when they were really young. Just out of the army. Basically which means like twenty one or twenty two and when they got married akiva was religious and right-wing in israeli politics so as his bride flat and that was sort of the premise or foundation of their marriage. They joined a community of other religious right-wingers in the west bank and sent their kids to religious right wing schools. The only problem was that over time. Akiva began to change. Actually today i would say. He's one of the most secular left-wing people. I know but i'm one of the only people who knows that you see a kiva feels that he made a commitment to a flat to be a certain kind of person to give her a certain kind of life and even though he no longer fits the part. He feels that he has to continue. Acting out this jared. Because of that promise he made her the being true to his own. Identity is to the unity of his family and community. Honestly i've never really understood this position. It seems very sad and painful but on today's show with usca story we'll look at the other alternative which seems just as painful and hard at least in some ways anyway. Let's go back to that friday night. In nineteen ninety in jerusalem's old city. Usca then still yakov met a group of guests at the western wall and then lead them home for friday night meal. I remember walking up on hold hockey nor which goes uphill. I remember working up at almost stopping. I had like twenty people behind me instead. God i can't do this anymore. This is you've gotta help me. I'm begging you. I'm begging you. It was probably one of my most real prayers in my life. I begged guy to please rescue me from this. When everyone was leaving everyone was saying everyone usually would say when they left. Oh what a beautiful family would have beautiful chabad. What delicious food and each time. I would get these compliments. It would be like another dagger another dagger another dagger and this one man came up to me one of this woman's relatives and he said can i talk to you from an alone. I thought he was going to really lay it on like oh. You've just changed my life. Because i used to get that so we went to another part of the of the house was more private and he said i'm going to tell you something and i have please hear me. Please hear me. That was an amazing act performed for us tonight. Take care of yourself whatever's wrong take care of you. I told my prior wife exactly what he said. I said it's over this. God answered my prayer. I slept that night for the first time. Like i hadn't slept in years we first heard about ucla wild back from reporter molly livingstone. Who then spent many many hours interviewing her. I asked malaita step into the studio with me. Hey molly hi msci hiding and get so so molly can you. Can you set the scene for us like where. Where were you. Recording in niece goes home right right. We are in use his home in Which is part of jerusalem. It's kind of a hippie area. Her house it's small it's And it's kind of what i expected from her. She's a very inviting person and our home was very warm and friendly. Describe a little bit. Like what is look like he. S sca is tall. The first thing. I notice about her every time i see her is when she talks you. She looks you in the is. She dresses conservative. But kind of bohemian. She gets her nails done and she uses her hands a lot when she speaks. So that i definitely remember. She has a different hairstyle. Every time i see her she's trying to play it up. Play down she's she's seeing how she looks in different ways and how she feels right so let's begin Molly where where do we start. So we'll see the story in the us. When yiska was still jeff. My whole growing up was was a nightmare. It was like being on a How you hear about some of these ratios and you hear that the they've been running for like ten years and till you realize that they changed the cast every couple of years you wonder how could someone go out on stage night after night after night for ten years. That's what i did. Every morning. When i woke up and i went out into the world i was on stage. So is very difficult very very difficult. I thought i was the only person suffering from this. I really believe that they would have me committed for bean crazy. I have a memory. It was christmas vacation. I had to have been right around. Sixteen and one of the guy yells out to me. Jeff why do you have to walk. Like a girl. And i looked at him and of course i was crushed crushed because it was not meant to say maybe you should transition or maybe a transgender or maybe are you suffering from gender identity disorder. Can i be support friend for you. I mean he used it against me was making fun of me. I just said to myself what isn't even mean that i'm working like a girl didn't even i didn't even know what that meant in my head. I said hello. Tell me something. I don't know then. Journal conflict continued and his life kept moving forward. She finished school matty young lady and got married. The newlyweds gradually shifted into an observant jewish lifestyle. They were part of cod. And then they moved to israel. Jeff became yaacov yaacov in kava. Basically did what religious married couples are expected to do. I don't really want to discuss the private private parts of allies. Look we put it into the world six children so you can share your own conclusion. You know i felt a lot of pressure. I felt a lot of societal pressure. And without her meaning i two. I felt pressure from hard. That i behave like a straight guy. Otherwise i'm gonna lose her. And i didn't wanna lose it because i really loved her and also became very successful in in my programming in the old city so that also made it harder to keep up this image more and more with all that pressure something had to give and that brings us back to that shebab dinner. We opened with when a guest recognized yaacov spain and expressed his concern in a way that for years ago was assigned from above told my prior wife. Exactly what he said. I said it's over. This guide answered my prayer. And when you ended your marriage it was under the pretense that you were gay. Are you gay. No ramada lesbian. I'm a heterosexual woman. So you went from one lie to the next. I went from a hundred percent. Lie to fifty percent knew for sure. I'm not gay but i also knew that is a woman i was attracted to men. There's no way. I would have dated a woman after my divorce i hurt. Her enough wasn't going to hurt another woman. Was she angry with you. Your wife angry angry describes it. He gave one hundred percent of herself. Didn't compromise i owed loving devoted wife. Mother let me. She was furious more though she felt betrayed on abandoned yaacov actually continued to live at home with the family but when a model couple suddenly gets divorced in a small community like jerusalem's old city people get curious and it wasn't long before word got out about the fifty percent lie. The story that yakov was gay soon. The news reached one of the jewish quarter. Smith's respected rabbis and he called me personally. He was the type of person who never called anyone a personally. He had a battery of secretaries. That would call people up and when people would go to him to ask his advice. You'd wait two hours online. And he called me up personally and said i need to talk with you. You need to come to my office and such and such a time. I knew this was not good. I show up and no line knock on the door and he insists the door in shows me. He couldn't he didn't even look at me. I remember he did not look me and he brought me into his study and i started. This is down. He said don't bother sitting. This is going to take just a few seconds. He said someone is despicable discuss the issue. I don't want sitting on furniture. He said it's been brought to my attention that you commit that perverted disgusting behavior of he said i can't even say the word of being with other men and you teach men you teach young men. He said as of this moment. If you continue i will make sure your children publicly humiliated i i. I didn't even hear the second part. I said i just went through a divorce. This is my only means of to give their mother child support. He said i'm going to beat myself because on one really make sure you understand what i'm saying. I really don't care about how she gets her money to feed these kids. You are not to teach men anymore and if you do. Your children will be humiliated in public. I said wait a minute. Did i just hear right. Are you threatening me. My children's being said. Yeah now you got it. I started to cry. And i just walked out. And that's when. I took the keep off. Said nope i can't do this anymore. Not when it comes to children's well-being my whole life is crumbling. Your whole life just fell apart so usca packed up and moved to tel aviv. A city which is much more secular engaged friendly and most importantly far away from her previous community but it was also much farther from her kids. It devastated them. I don't know if they've ever recovered from it. I've got to tell you. I always loved being with my children. The highlight of my week was when they would come to tel aviv. And i got to make dinner for them. And we camped out. Because i had a little studio but i i made deals with their mom that i wouldn't reveal everything i didn't tell them i was behaving as a gay man. I didn't use that. Language store keep piling. They came so you did this with the kids for how long this once a week for about eight months. And what made that stop. I couldn't i couldn't live in tel-aviv. As a single non-observant gay man to it was so shattered. Had nothing to hold onto your skin left israel a move back to the. Us leaving six children with their mother. Another devastating decision really hard a few years later one of the kids who was then serving in the army came to visit. He was religious and yaacov. Who's now jeff again was not. It was christmas time and the son slept on the living room couch right next to the christmas tree sleeping in his dad's bedroom was the current catholic boyfriend. Then that's when they started coming out especially to the older kids an of course it hurt not because that was coming out as gay. But because i knew i was lying to them and children. And how did they handle it. You know it's like one of them set to me years after that. They said every time we saw you we felt we were gonna get hit again. Notes like one macaw to the next mica like it never ended and there were still more changes to come for jeff. Living as a gay man still didn't feel authentic are is never a man. I was in the male body. I was always a woman it was just about like. I was in someone else's body i didn't realize there was a term called transgender. Tillis forty one. It was the early nineties and jeff was living in new york city. I'm reading about this woman. Who at that point was ten years older than me. I guess she's still ten years older than me. And she had undergone what was called gender transition. She was born transgender. Lived on the upper east side as a man married. Once a children completed college education. She decided she had to come out to her wife and children and begin a transition. I'm reading this. I'm reading this. And i'm thinking she's just like made. This is like my story. only. I didn't know that this could happen. So then i'm thinking well personally there besides me. There's gotta be at least another one or another five or another one hundred. 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If you're enjoying this episode of israel's story you'll also want to check out another podcast coming out of israel dasa on-call new frontiers in medicine is an interview show. That goes behind the scenes at hadas world renowned hospital. You'll meet healthcare superstars such as the team that performed the first surgery assisted by two robots. The corneal specialist who reverse total blindness and many others subscribed to haddassah on. Call it haddassah dot org or wherever you get your podcasts in now back to our update episode. What made you really call the doctor to make that switch. I just woke up on my fiftieth birthday. And i felt so lonely on that day. None of my children acknowledged that it was my birthday. My siblings did not. No one in my family did accept my mother. may she rest in peace. I felt very lonely and malone and i said to myself and then i guess i was talking to god. I can't do this anymore. I couldn't pretend that i'm straight male. So why am i pretending that. I'm a game male. I feel i'm living once again. Someone else's life. I knew i knew what i had to do. So when i made the appointment the first question they ask you is. Have you begun your real life experience yet. You have to actually live in the world as a woman before the surgery for a year and only you know when you begin and only you know if cheat a compromise like they don't have a beeper. It's not like your house arrest and they trace you. They have better things to do your life but they want to be able to do this. So that's when. I started really dressing as a woman. I remember the first day that i said today. At september nineteenth two thousand and four. I was travelling to visit some friends in san francisco. That was probably wearing like tighter fitting top probably wearing a bra. Although there was not much to really keep up so i met the airport. And i'm thinking you know. I'm going to san francisco and i am ready and i'm going to do this so i'm going to use the ladies room for the first time in my life and i was so nervous. Walk in and was in on my gosh. This is so normal. This totally feels normal. The tension in a men's bathroom. You have no idea. I mean no one talks to each other. No one looks at each other. they're all uptight. They don't want anyone to their gay. No one would say oh. I really like your shoes when a man says what are you doing the ladies room. They don't get it. It's a whole culture. And i just took to it like oh my gosh. I'm home instead of me. Being nervous i felt like i could breathe like these people get me and then i went for speech therapy and speech therapist told me i have to give you the reality check right from the get go. She said you'll never talk like a woman but you'll talk more like a woman. It takes incredible. I mean i was with her for like two years and she taught me a lot about how to emit a female energy rather than speaking like a woman. Now i'm very peace with my voice. But i wasn't and that for many older transgender women is a really big and for at one time it was now i mean now i don't know i literally don't care after this whole process you were living as a woman. So when did you start dating as a woman. I started dating as a woman. I wanted to wait till after my surgery I had read some terrible tragic tragic stories of transgender women who showed themselves as women to the world but had for various assortment of reasons had not yet or chose not to undergo the surgery and and they dated men. There were some instances when the men found out it ended very very violently sometimes actually death. I said i'll wait. I'll wait till i'm complete. And then i just have to discuss my history. But i don't have to discuss present so i waited all the medical procedures. Were behind her. She moved to a new city to start a new life. I was living in seattle and publishing my life for the first time as a woman as jessica and i went on i put a profile on some of the dating sites and being insecure with my own transition. That that time i didn't write anything about my having transitions was one mess. After the next each one blew up in my face once they found out about me. When did they find out. But the last time that i dated like this this man we went out to some place for drinks and we were sitting and talking and he said you're such a beautiful woman. And i find you very intriguing. Seem he complimented me. And then i guess my hands were just on the table like this and he standard my hands now. That's another catch. All because transgender women tend to have larger. Hands is whole tone changed. Is there anything. I should know about you. I said well this is our first date. I guess there's a lot to you should. Is there anything. I should know about you. Like i turned to right on him. Like what kind of like we. Dick euless question. If you want to know if i'm transgender. Just ask me. So i said are you referring to something in my present on my past so i could give you the right answer because you're after something here. He's little more back to past. So i said yeah. I was born transgender. He said you know. I don't think i could date someone like you just imagining that. You're a man one time and he was quick very quick. So you don i'm not gay. I'm straight. I saw hope you straight. That's why i would go for a drink with you. you know. i'm not a lesbian. Like i kept. Bring him back to you. Initially saw in me was a woman's. Why would i think you're gay. And then he said you know you're nice but the this is just a little bit too much for me just thinking your past. I said you know it's actually a little bit too much from me is what do you mean i said if my past is a reason why you don't want to continue seen me. Your present is the reason. I don't wanna continue seeing you. I'm living in the now. I'm not living in the past. I went home at night and change my profile. I've put it right out. There said this. Is ron look like this is my past. I said one sentence is gender. Transition fully transitioned woman inside and out. The next day. I received an email the site. This is what this man said to me any woman that is beautiful as you and has gone through what you've gone through a woman. I wanna take effort. Drink a couple of nights later. We went out for a drink and he said you really went to gender transition. I said yes. He said you know. I've been married a few times. I have children been divorced like all of us a little bit older. I've been around the block a few times. I feel like i'm with like a woman who's just always been born. A woman born a woman that turned into tier relationship and we got to know many of each of the members of the of our families. We lived together. But at the same time i started to really go further and further into judaism and he's not jewish but he would come with me. Came with me to different shibat meals. He got to know all my jewish friends and he said to me one time something. I remember this one night. He said you know. I'm not looking to get remarried. I see no reason for me to remarry at this stage in my life. I have my children. I have my step children. You have your children and living in an age where neither of us are are religious. He said that i was becoming more with the just. If i were in the market to be married right now i would ask you to marry me. You have made me feel more like the man that i need to feel like than my wife's in the past he said there's just something about your feminity and i said to him you know you've completed my transition. You have made me feel like the woman. I always believed. I feel he was so we thought in a part of us we were going to live happily ever after. But i knew it wasn't going to be happily ever after i wanted to come back to israel. Wanted to be more observant dhavan so hard to husham and they said helped me with dan he so kind and he just can't just break up with him. He never liked seattle. He was texas boy and he couldn't wait to someday. Move back to texas and i knew that and there was no way i was going to texas within. That's for sure. One day. Dan who's working at boeing. Pick just up from work. He told her he had some disappointing news for her. So you're kay he said. Yeah i'm okay. Something came up at work today. And i know this is going to probably upset you. But they want to transfer me to an upper management like executive position in texas. And i would love for you to come with me. But i know you don't want to come to texas if anything you're gonna land up in israel. I said you're moving. You'll leaving seattle and you're going to move to texas. I said barrage and he already knew what borussia meant he said. Are you happy you know. I said no. It's not that unhappy that you're just moving to texas. But i'm happy that god is helping us partways with dignity and love. We both know you want to go back to texas. So this is a dream come true for you and i don't want to spend the rest of my life in seattle and texas. Not even on my list. I want to go back to you. We shall i am so. It's time that we do that. And he said you are a woman that i will love the rest of my life and i said you're a man that all of the rest of my life so if i could find a dan who's jewish and lives in israel enough votes. I'm here i am. You know. I'm not looking to someone to be like dan. That's not what i mean. Dan is dan. Whoever reuven shinola will be reuven shinola when he came back to israel. How did people treat you normal. Just regular this. What i wanted my whole life just to be regular being in israel as an out transgender woman who never has tate's for a second to say that it's been so much easier than i ever could have imagined going to the should going to the dry cleaners getting on a bus and again things like that just like regular everyday living in jerusalem levin we shall i am as a middle aged woman going about her business because there was nothing extraordinary about it. That's what was extraordinary about it. In israel jessica changed her name. It all started to feel as she says kind of normal but for some people in our life. The whole transition thing wasn't so simple to accept her parents for example i it's shattered them. It was a shock it was. They were not prepared. There was nothing to set them up for this where they could say. Well you know we kind of wondered so at first. It was very difficult for my mom who i was always very very close with. She passed away only four months ago. I didn't expect her all my father to say. Oh great and continue on your authentic living charity or you know we're right here for you know her first response to me was we've been with you through everything but this is too much for us and i said i understand so for the first six months was really you know it was very hard for her to speak with me and we always spoke several times a week but she pulled back when she needed time. She needed her time after. My whole gender transition was complete. Eventually she she said. I'd like to see you now i really do. It's been over a year. We haven't seen each other which was a long time and she said but you father does not want to see you. He's not ready to see you. He needs more time. I said fine. Everyone needs their time so with a lot of anxiety. Yiska flew down to florida and drove over to her parents house. So my mom came out as i pulled up. I got out of the car. She walked to me. We could both feel that it was weird because it's the first time she saw me as yes scott and we hugged and then we started to cry and she looked at me and these were her words. She said you do not have to explain anything. I see something in you. That i never saw before peace so while in my mind. This is very difficult that now. My son is like my daughter. And you've gone from just yakub to jeff to now like that's a lot of names for one mother she said but in my heart of hearts i really get it and then she looked at me and she said jessica. I don't like you outfit. Let's go shopping. And it was great because she would pick out a few alfred she liked. I pick out of who. Albert's i like them. We go back into the dressing room. She would try on for me. I try on for her. And i was in bliss and then eventually little by little. My father came around. Eventually i was able to sleep over. He would go away and maybe sleep at my sister's or he'd come back late and then one day he was ready to leave and i was cooking something in other phrase. The way to a man's heart is through his stomach. Well it worked. Yes my mom. Would you cooking smells really good. She said unlike cooking anything. Jessica wants to make dinner. Me he said is a to lay from me to stay so that broke the ice. Now that your mom passed away. Do you still see him as frequent. What's happened is to my amazing surprise. Is that my father has had more conversations with me now than the sum total of what i can remember in the past fifty years. I mean he's devastated. Were married sixty five and a half years. They still loved each other a lot and yet when i talked to him he opens up. I can never did before But yes gusts children and this for hers. The saddest part of the whole story have a harder time making sense of her choices mitchell. June don't talk to me anymore. None of them through the six talk with me a little five years ago. Yiska began writing a book a memoir detailing her journey. I didn't ask their permission. But i told them before. It goes to the publisher. Once it's finished edited. I will send you a transcript and you can read it and then you can tell me if inadvertently i said something about any of you out. It'll come out. No questions asked and i they were okay about it and then when it came down to it they don't care about it and they begged me not to publish it and they said you did keep. Your word is nothing about us senate. That's done then. What's the problem. Basically what it came down to is. They don't want people knowing who i am relative to them. I said that's where i draw the line. That's what we need work on it. That's the problem than me not publishing. The book is not going to solve that problem. The book really cut it for most of them. One of them said to me used to be so angry here so peaceful in so jen tolan so actually so nice to be with now but in my heart i lost my father. I think i'd rather have a father who is angry. So i'm first and foremost to them on their father and they feel portrayed. I'd i've done everything i can to protect them but i don't believe they have to be protected from me and that ultimately is believe what they want it to be protected from still yiska hasn't totally given up on the hope that our children will come back into our life every friday night when i liked my cotton wrote but i light eight lights one for me one for their mother and one for each of them. I say a special prayer that my children will once again. Be in my life would there. Would there mates with their spouse spouses spouse spice and my grandchildren who i don't know i don't know my grandchildren. They could be walking radar. I pray. I don't know what else i can do. The pain that i endured. When i was living as a man nothing could be more painful than that because it was never-ending didn't matter what i did never went away it was always there. I'm at a place. Now that people need to hear making a choice to live in. Authentic life is not like oh than the rest of my life will be all nice and smiles. My life is filled with a lot of smiles. Now they're real smiles but they're not only smalls real. Living is wrong. That was the episode. We aired back in two thousand fifteen five years later in twenty twenty we hosted these coffer fascinating update conversation on our members only facebook community as i said at the top of the show. Invite each and every one of you to join our group. Just go to facebook and search for israel story community. It's easy it's free. Of course any ill immediately become part of a vibrant group of israel story fans. You'll also be able to watch or rewatch the entire conversation. We had with e. ska. It's about forty minutes long. But for those of you who prefer to listen. Here's a much shorter. An edited version of that chat. Okay hi everyone. Welcome to a another israel story facebook live event. This time with my dear dear friend to one of the most inspiring women. I have had the honor to meet Through this show a woman who is a rabbi podcast and author public speaker but more than anything. Really a teacher usca smith. Hi scott shalom shalom me. She high consomme off You will all remember iskoe's amazing tale that we told in a one of our early israel's story episodes and what many of you probably don't know is the back story of what happened the day of the release of that episode and that was a moment that i think taught me more than any other moment working on the show about human spirit generosity and what happened was that we released the episode. I think eight in the morning and The episode was forty minutes long and literally forty two or forty three minutes after we released it. We heard from any scott to to our horror and deep sadness was very upset and east asia Believed that we should misrepresented the story in where whereas in her mind was a story of triumph and resilience. The focus at the end of the story on her children made it sound like a tragedy and she was very upset and we were very upset that she was very upset. Of course you know. This was only our ninth episode. It seems like a lifetime ago but We had never encountered such a situation and we didn't know what to do and i asked for a favor which i had no idea whether she would accept or not. I said he's scott please. Can you just sit with this for twenty four hours. And let's talk tomorrow morning and see how you're feeling and how you're doing and my and sort of deep hope. Was that in those twenty four hours. East co was going to hear from a lot of listeners. Who would infact share. How inspiring they felt. The story was and i no idea how this was going to go. And it's not often that people reverse what they think in life especially when it comes to things that really matter to them and twenty four hours later east said that she had spent the entire day. Yes these guys continuing. I remember telling you that. By sitting and meditating and contemplating as you asked me to do. I realized that in fact the privilege the space of living in with antic life is not always filled with celebrations. A real authentic life has a vibrancy to its tapestry of in ranging the emotional gamut of the human expression and for the first time i felt that i was called upon now through this israel story to talk more about that that living an authentic life is is not linear. There's lots of contradictions. But they're all based in the commitment to wanting to be honest and they thank you for pushing me into my own into my own red sea. Because i was able to see that which was concealed and that is that i needed to start speaking more about the beauty and the complexity of living true life. He's so that's a perfect segue to my first question. So what are some of the downsides of living life. Authentically some of the downsides will. It's it fall out when one no longer empowers either societal values or peer pressure or community expectations in how one goes about making decisions about one's life. The consequence could be rejection and nobody wants to be rejected. We were created to be social beings. It even says them berry sheets. That god said it's not good for a person to be alone so whether it's an intimate partner with it's a close friend an expanded family a community we seek connection. We seek approval. We seek respect. We seek love. And because i built up a life responding very proficiently and effectively to others expected me to live a really was afraid to honor. What i felt was being called upon from within from the divine within me so this rejection and this disapproval and there's a sense of abandonment a sense of betrayal. Were there moments in in which you thought that the price of living or authentic life was just too high that you should just sort of resign yourself to your to your situation at i. Yes i was afraid. I was afraid to jump in. I really was afraid to jump in. I didn't imagine. I couldn't have imagined because it was yet the to unknown future with the fallout would be and they no longer felt. I could live in that fear and there was some serious fallout but then there was some wonderful surprises. And that's part of living moving into the unknown future. We don't pinch hurwitz. I call it a transition not just a gender really was much more than that. It was a transition into living. Clean clear life of transparency vulnerability of truth as i moved further and further into that. I realized all whatever prices being estimate. I'll pay because because i need to. I need to be right with my creator. That's where it all began. So he's i have a question which also touches a little bit about living in authentic life and that is your story has been an inspiration to so many people and you've told it in many different contexts to students to to podcast listeners. To filmgoers and i know from my own life that stories that i tell again and again lose a certain degree of freshness and authenticity. And it's difficult for me to actually to feel them. It's almost like i'm i'm just sort of reciting a script. How do you maintain sort of the fresh inauthentic feeling of telling your story. That's such a good question because at about six months ago. I made a decision. That was that. I no longer going to really tell my story. I was becoming tired. Not target of my life. God forbid but tired of telling about what more and more was my history as i moved further and further into my present that takes more and more of a backseat. Would i do teach spiritual tax. If i feel that piece of my pass can better inform the text. I will do that as an example to bring the text more to the relevancy to audience. But now living in the space that i transitioned to be in i feel now. I don't have this obstacle in front of me. I feel the whole world is out there for me to lower to share to teach to lead to guide also to learn more to research more as a scholar of spiritual texan. I'm loving it. And i'm really coming into my fullness in that sense so he's kayak I know a lot of listeners. Know and please share whatever you feel comfortable sharing. Do you now have a relationship with any of your children. Yes i'm excited. I didn't even wait the british. The question which is not really the way one should be actively listening. Yes and i feel so so grateful. And so celebratory that i have with three three of my children in one way or another A much healthier warmer connection with one in particular We speak almost every day. She lives here in in israel. you know. she has a big family. And i'm integrated inter family with my grandchildren. It is absolutely beyond beyond what i ever imagined and also my siblings two sisters. We've completely reconciled in the past year. We are closer now than we've ever been and it just brings my family and it gives my father who's still alive me live and be well. It gives them such happiness and even set to me on my last visit. I know your mother in heaven is so happy now to see the three of you so close together again so and their close with you know with my my children. I'm getting close to some of my nieces and nephews i. it's just blossoming more and more. Yes it was gradual. A lot of tears a lot of prayers. A lot of leading goes a lot of difficult questions. Yeah yeah but have happened some of the others still not there yet but all my children are very close with each other so they all know and who knows. I have a lot of hope Thank you. That's that's so beautiful and i'm sure now. Many of the listeners will have their own first hand experience of learning from you and loving you in the way that i do. You've really made a big big difference in my life. And i think about you often and love you. Very much michigan michigan tada. Can i say one more thing in conclusion. Of course thank you. i just wanted to leave the audience. You know education. We learn that people. Remember i what they heard last. So if you're going to remember anything. I'd like you all to remember this that whatever price i had to. Hey the lead up to my transition moving through my transition to where i am now. It was all worth it to live a life of truth to be right with our creator. There's no price too high to pay for that. And i never imagined if to having crossed through my own see and the party of those waters and being able to really grasp the beauty the jews i have been able to discover in my own soul by living. A life. Worth to city is more than i could ever ever imagined. So bless you all all the listeners. Whatever you need to do to be more of who. You're supposed to be doing it because you can't imagine how much better much better your life will be and can continue to be scott teaches and podcasts. And lectures in does a zillion other things to share her message of authentic living. If you want to dive deeper into her story. I highly recommend you reader. Twenty four memoir forty years in the wilderness made journey to authenticate living and check out a wonderful documentary made about her called. I was not born mistake. Our original story was reported by molly. Livingstone and produced by bennie becker and choshi schmulavitz with help from row. What lee in rachel fisher. 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