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Judith Durham, Australia's folk music icon, dies at 79
"Singer Judith Durham of the seekers has died of complications from lung disease in Melbourne Australia according to her music label she was 79 I'm Margie sarla with the latest Judith Durham and the seekers were the first Australian band to make it big in the U.S. their hits include I'll never find another you Georgie girl and a world of our own Durham joined the seekers in 1963 She left in 1968 to go solo but returned in the 1990s The rest of the seekers say their lives have been changed forever by losing their lifelong friend and shining star
Sam Gooden, founding member of The Impressions, has died
"Founding member Sam gooden of the impressions has died at the age of 87 according to his daughter I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at his career Sam gooden sang bass in the impressions which also included Jerry butler Curtis Mayfield and Richard and Arthur Brooks Their hits include people get ready it's all right and gypsy woman Mayfield went solo in 1970 but continued to write and produce for the impressions The group was inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1991 So people get ready gooden was still performing as the impressions into his 80s
Brewers' Keston Hiura cranks a two-run home run against the Reds
"The Cardinals lead the NL central by one game following the brewers 7 5 loss to the reds Jose barrero hit his first two major league home runs and drove in three Joey Votto and Donovan solano each had a solo Homer for the reds who hadn't scored more than three runs since an 8 two win July 30th against Baltimore Andrew mccutcheon crushed a 420 foot solo Homer and kesten hero hit a two run 428 foot Homer for Milwaukee Buck farmer worked a scoreless sending to get the win Andy ashby slumped to two and ten yielding four runs over four and two thirds I'm Dave fairy
Jays' miscues lead to Gordon run in 10th, Twins win 6-5
"Nick Gordon slams a three run Homer and scored the winning run in the tenth inning of the twins 6 5 verdict over the Blue Jays Gordon had three hits and was the automatic runner when he reached third on an error and scored on a Fielder's choice Toronto forest X ratings on ray mail tapio RBI single and I thought new Minnesota closer Jose Lopez making his twins debut Tyler O'Malley became the team's first hurler to go 6 innings since July 24th Malley allowed one hit through the first four innings before giving up homers to Matt Chapman Santiago espinal and Vladimir Guerrero junior
The IRS Targeted the Tea Party, Now They're Targeting Middle America
"Back in 2000 and ten and 11, there was a bombshell story. The Internal Revenue Service. Announced, not announced, but through the government accountability office and oversight from Republicans, they were targeting conservative groups. Outright targeting them. Let's start with when Jake tapper actually used to be a journalist talking about this story and cut 69 how the IRS scandal was targeting Tea Party groups. Play cut 69. Lead another national league distrust of big government writ large and of the Internal Revenue Service more specifically. Well, those are cornerstones of the Tea Party ethos. Now it looks as though the IRS went and proved their point for them. And the president, well, he says he did not know the IRS was singling out conservative groups until the news broke. I first learned about it from the same news reports that I think most people learned about this. If you've got the IRS, operating in anything less than a neutral and nonpartisan way, then that is outrageous. But I've got no patience with it. I will not tolerate it and we'll make sure that we find out exactly what happened on this. Lie, lie, lie, lie, barrack Hussein is a liar all the way through. He approved the audits. They had multiple meetings in The White House and this was one of the reasons the Tea Party movement lost some of its momentum. They got audited all throughout the country. And the Internal Revenue Service, one of the IRAs, the independent regulatory agencies are continuing now a soon to be blitzkrieg against Middle America.
Exposing an FBI Bombshell With Congressman Jim Jordan
"One of the best arguments for us to take back the house is to make sure Jim Jordan is in a position of leadership. Congressman Jordan, welcome back to the program. Good to be with you, Charlie and thanks for thanks for all you're doing for the cause of freedom. We appreciate it. Thank you. Well, you're fighting every single day. So congressman walk us through this new whistleblower. Seems like there's a lot of whistleblowers right now at the FBI and it's kind of it's hard to keep them all straight. Walk us through the one that you're kind of focused on right now that reveals scandalous push by FBI to pad domestic teradata. Please go ahead. Yeah, yeah. Your first point there, we've had over a dozen FBI agents come to us as whistleblowers. And think about it. They're coming to us when we're in the minority where we can't subpoena documents. They're just coming to us because it's so bad, the political nature of that place now is so, so egregious that they're willing to come to us just so we can begin to tell their story and tell the truth to the American people. And we had one come to us in the last few weeks who said that they are being pressured to label almost every case. The catalog or categorize almost every case as a domestic terrorism case as it didn't do it. Domestic violence extremism, I think, is the technical term they use. And you remember, they created this office within DoJ back as the start of this year. They stood it up a few months ago. And now they're being pressured to do it. And kind of the interesting thing about it is they said one of the key people who was doing the pressuring on the good rank and file agents is this guy named Timothy T bolt, who just happens to be the same guy who the other whistleblower, a different whistleblower who went to senator grassley, said was the individual who was responsible for suppressing evidence about the Hunter Biden story. So first thing evidence that would have disproved the whole disinformation campaign that we got from the left in the run up to the 2020 presidential election. So that's how political displace has become and it's why we're trying to tell the story and as you point out, hopefully if we get in the majority, we can do a little more about it.
It's Not Easy Being a Radio Star
"21 minutes after the hour America continue my conversation with the legendary Dodger broadcaster Vin Scully. And sky, how hard is it to get that first gig in broadcast? Well, again, fake play the hand. There was a lovely girl on the campus who was a friend of mine, not a girlfriend, but a friend named McGee, marguerite Clark, and marguerite said, I will type up letters and we'll send them out to radio stations, and I said, okay, let's start from Maine to Florida. And so we had a big book called a broadcast magazine, and it listed all of the stations that you addressed the East Asian managers name, et cetera, and she began typing up the letters, and we came to Washington, D.C., WTO, a.m. and FM, which is a 50,000 watt station. That's the major league. It doesn't get any bigger and brighter than that. So I said to McGee as we called her, McGee, we better skip that. That's too big a station. And to date the story, she said, look, it's only going to cost another three cents stamp. So we put a three cent stamp on this 50,000 watt station letter, mailed it off, and I received a lot of answers from other stations basically saying no job or listen pal. This is a big station and you're coming off a college campus station, which it was not. It was an FM station. But anyway, WTO P said please send an audition disk. So I sent a disk down containing the various bits and pieces of on air broadcast and the next thing I know I received a phone call and the phone call said we would be interested in meeting you, we don't hire anyone site unseen. So I went down to Washington or auditioned again live and got the job. That is
Tom Tradup: First-Time CPAC Visitor Shares Concerns in Canada
"I just had breakfast this morning with a guy sat down with me at my table for you mind if I sit here and completely sit down. His name is Brent Larson. He lives in Oklahoma, but he's originally from Canada and he had a T-shirt that said fight communism. Okay, tell me your story. And he said, you know, because of the truckers strike and the way that in Canada, if you were to say on the radio, that marriage is between one man and one woman, you can get arrested. I mean, he said Canada is really becoming more and more like a communist state and he emigrated to America and he's here at cpac. It's the first time and I think that's the spirit here in Dallas. There really got people pumped up.
Was Paul Newman Bi-Sexual?
"That led into my fascination with Paul Newman. I've always had a theory. The guy married Joanne Woodward who I think is plain Jane. This guy was the most beautiful man in Hollywood history, perhaps. He married plain Jane, and he was with us since they were studying acting in the city, like very young. Doesn't make any sense to me. And then the guy goes on to teach Tom Cruise how to drive race cars and I'm like, oh, this seems like a little bit of a may December romance to me. Then he makes salad dressing in popcorn. Come on. Macho men don't think of salad dressing recipes and the wrong with salad and popcorn. I just don't think most men think about their face on those products, but God bless you made millions and he gave it away. Good, good, good man. So I started looking into Paul Newman, and I always go to these gay sites because the gays know the gays know. And there's a bunch of stuff on this site. I gave to the patrons, and I'm going to talk about Paul Newman possibly being gay next week. I think it's a crazy story. I think people will be interested. But this is what I read on this gay site. During the making of cat on a hot tin roof, whole Newman, if you've seen the movie plays a repressed homosexual by the name of brick. James Dean was supposed to be lined up for that role, but he died in a car crash before production began, so it went to Newman. Now, in the film version, the direct homosexual references were taken out from the Tennessee Williams script in order to satisfy the current production codes, if you will. So the film script kind of dances around the reasons why brick and cat played by the gorgeous Elizabeth Taylor hadn't slept together in years. But the mention of the suicide of bricks close football chum skipper was kept in. Close football chump. That's the way things were mentioned back in the day if you want to talk about gay. He's my football chum. You know, oh, really? At one point, Paul Newman told Tennessee Williams. The role of brick is perfect for me. All my life I've been split into two different directions. One side of me wants to live life with my gay football buddy skipper. The other side is tempted to fuck the living shit at a Maggie the cat and be their heterosexual stud most of my fans want me to be. Um.
Why Ron Howard Chose to Make New Hollywood Film 'Thirteen Lives'
"Did you choose to make a film like this? Because it really is almost unlike anything that I can think of. Well, thank you. And look, I've been blessed to have decades and decades in the visit and go back to a period that was still quite traditional where a Hollywood movie was a very unique thing. And. Audiences have shifted and changed and it's been very exciting for me and in a way energizing to recognize that change. Part of that is a kind of a globalization and an expectation of what a story can mean, what cinema can mean. And honesty and authenticity, particularly in a movie like this, it's based on real events, is become a standard and an expectation. I wanted to make sure that we push that to its most contemporary sort of limits. And really give audiences, you know, use modern technology and sinema to try to give audiences as much as possible a sense of what it was like to be there, which also means, you know, don't over dramatize. Don't ham it up. Now, in recent years, I've also been working on documentaries, and I have recognized through a lot of the documentary scenes that I've edited together and included in the films. The way people act under duress is often not as hyped up and dramatic as we tend to stage it in movies. And I tried to reflect that in this movie as well.
Why Colin Farrell Joined Ron Howard's New Blockbuster 'Thirteen Lives'
"Let me ask you the most basic question. What was the appeal to you in taking on a role like this? Well, one of the most heroic things about John Valentin and indeed many of the other people who were involved in this rescue was their humility. And was the apparent lack of the desire to be perceived as heroes. That they had, which is not just for show, talking to John and spending the hours on FaceTime that I spent with John. And researching all the guys that were involved, the humility was very, very clear and present. And plus, I was very humbled by the magnitude of the story by all the things that pooh was spoken about by the emotional and psychological and cultural importance of what was happening in real time in Thailand and how the Thai people came together. And also to be an actor to be somebody who involves oneself in the artifice of make believe and the attempt in trying to present it as a reality to portray these men of incredible strength and bravery was almost embarrassing. I couldn't be further from the kind of steel that they lived in and that they used and the kinds of psychological strength that they have that they leaned into to save these boys. So all those reasons, and look, it was a great script. It's a beautiful story. I wanted to work with Ron harrod. I'd loved his film since splash and parenthood and what have you. So it was ultimately as much of a no brainer as they ever speak about, you know?
'Thirteen Lives' Star Colin Farrell on the 2018 Events in Thailand
"We're all living in the same world. And however we feel about the world we're living in, we must recognize the existence of separation and division, which is more prominent now than any of the years I can remember as a 46 year old man. So to have a story that isn't Hollywood eyes, that wasn't created from the imagination of somebody that wants to present a more beautiful world. But was actually for moments in time in Thailand and globally for two weeks in 2018, a beautiful moment, albeit a scary moment to be a human being because the world's attention was focused on the dire need of these 13 people, 12 of which were young kids and one adult. It was an extraordinary thing to see everyone come together. And it just proved in a very practical way that we are at our best when we're considering the well-being of each other.
Thirteen Lives: The True Story of Boys Trapped in a Thai Cave
"Did a junket for the film 13 lives directed by Ron Howard, one of the stars Colin Farrell and others were my first interview. We're going to play that for you right now. My name is Eric metaxas. I'm the host of the Eric metaxas show. I think pretty obvious. Good to see all of you. And I've got some basic questions. I want you to pay close attention. These are going to be tough, hard hitting journalistic questions. Now, pooh, is that your name? My name, yes, sir. What was your relationship to the are you are you tied? That's my first time, yes. I thought so. What was your relationship to this story as it was unfolding in real time? In other words, while this is happening in Thailand, the whole world's paying attention. But as somebody who is tie, what were you thinking at the time? Obviously you weren't thinking you're going to be in a film about this in a few years or did that cross your mind? No. I think you answered already. It's the fact that I am tying. And this is a very cultural thing. We are a people that love to help one another. And when this situation happened, this is what we would do. I wanted to help. But like I mentioned before, I don't know how to dive. I could go up and cook for them because I do have a restaurant. I would take the time out to do that. But there were a lot of people there already, so it's best I say out of the way. So like many others, we just keep up with the news. And wish her the best. And also the best. It was a very it made you closer to your friends and your family and your loved ones because like I said also I have four kids and if one of my kids was sucking there at the time, lord, I don't know what I would do. And I would end up thanking all these divers and everybody who would be there to help them as it turned out to be that these guys start up and help the tight children.
Contreras hits 2-run HR in 8th as Cubs beat Marlins 2-1
"Tyler O'Neill's three run home run steps at two two 7 8 and propels the Cardinals to a 7 to two win over the cubs to complete a double header sweep Really good feeling for me Let alone the motion of the doggo and the boys are fired up for me So let's get feels out there Very enjoyable And hopefully a lot more to come Nolan are not always a two run blast for the cards Patrick wisdom goes deep for Chicago Jose Quintana gives up one run on one hit over 6 innings in his redbird debut The Cardinals and brewers now share the top spot in the eno central
Sebastian Welcomes Breitbart's Editor-In-Chief Alex Marlow
"Mahler, welcome back to America first. Doctor gator is a blast to be with you and I what a great story and I never ask you for silly number that was very stupid of me. And I probably should have, because in retrospect, he did let me pull the trigger and some first class travel a few times. It was probably not necessary. Well, we have so much to discuss, especially your latest series of articles about in America this summer, the summer of rage. But first, let me share with our millions of listers across the nation, a story you told me in one of those very, very early editorial mornings that we used to have what like 9 a.m. every morning with the key editors. And you told me every story, anything that gets up onto this hallowed ground of bright dot com has to have certain elements. Number one, it has to be interesting. It has to be fun to read. Number two, it has to push the mission forward of saving America of standing up for our values, the values upon which our republic was founded. And if I miss any out, please add them. And then the one I find so interesting, especially now as I'm writing a television script for a new show, is in each story because they're there. You've got to find an identify the villains and the heroes. Am I missing anything out from the breitbart style book? Yeah, no, that's it. It's if there's anything I would add to the last point that we like content that fights. We like content that puts our audience in the fight. And bonus points, if you can do that without actually having to literally write, go fight with this person or fight on behalf of that person, but yes, absolutely we see ourselves as not just part of the news landscape. We think we're the best part of the news landscape. But we're also a part of the activist landscape as well. And I think that that's a part of that is identifying what are the battles that matter for this country and for the free world, but
Biden Wants Armed IRS Agents
"The Biden administration and the left the Democrats are going to sick the IRS. They want to hire 80,000 more IRS agents. 80,000 more workers to make your life a living hell. If you're in the working class. But their homies that they fly on private jets with. No problem. They'll be able to afford attorneys accountants. They'll know the tricks of the trade, all that kind of good stuff. They'll get past this. But these people with the IRS come for you, it can take months. It can take years. Now, let me introduce you to another story, representative Matt Gaetz had to have just a news, introduces a bill to ban the IRS from acquiring ammunition. Why do these people need firearms in the IRS?
The New Biden Spending Bill Will Weaponize the IRS Against Us
"Return real quickly to this issue on the IRS before I go to how the left has trying to try to redefine terms and COVID and how the leftist systematically trying to destroy the working class and impart this IRS story that I'm gonna bring you has something to do with that and the New York Post reported it again. I'll reiterate some of the things that I've said, but 80% of new IRS revenue will come from the small businesses that are earning under 200,000. Now, some of you that might not be familiar with small business, you don't understand. Okay, a business makes 200,000. Oh my God, you think you think the employer makes 200,000? No, the employer doesn't. The employer hasn't paid employees. He hasn't played workers comp. He hasn't paid for material. He or she hasn't paid for gas. He or she hasn't paid for advertising. So that employer's business could be making $200,000 while that employer personally is maybe making 50,000. That's the way business works.
Leaked Document Exposes Guide on How FBI Classifies 'Extremists'
"Has the project veritas has brand new information out and I want to share this with you and again the story up at Todd starns dot com. There are leaked documents that the FBI has been using to determine what is and what is not associated with violent extremists with domestic terrorism. With the militia and this whistleblower actually leaked the domestic terrorism symbols guide. So, for example, a swastika. Well, if you see somebody with a swastika, you will immediately think, oh, that person's a bad person. That person is a Nazi. Well, the FBI has listed a number of things that they consider to be symbols of extremism, symbols of domestic terrorism. And I want to run some of these by you to see if you are as concerned as I am about this document. First of all, the and again, there's a phrase MVE that stands for militia violent extremist. One sign of a militia violent extremist and for the sake of our conversation, I'm just going to call him domestic terrorist. But one example of a domestic terrorist is somebody who constantly refers to the Second Amendment. So if you refer to the Second Amendment, then you would be considered a possible domestic terrorist suspect. You are probably on somebody's watch list if you are open and public about talking about the Second Amendment.
"many stories" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Left overs. so many stories such little time the stories that we don't have time for those are the leftovers and producer ari put together a lovely place for us what he got Tony well no one is thinking of the children except for New York City I don't think that's true all their figure of the children tell me they are considering banning chocolate milk in public schools because they care too much. the worst human beings that children Tony the children one talking no can anybody opposed to kids drinking chocolate milk is out of the damn mind not did not connect even entertain it as something that is decent it's ridiculous garbage nonsense trash I don't wanna hear the anti mill people I don't wanna hear about why a chocolate milk is it's just it's it's making our kids obese please he is the lead parents to let your kids drank slurpees. who who nonstop sugar sure chocolate milk is the enemy where where are dumb society and you know what this is what New York did. if this is what New York did. this is who they elected thank born their tickets they know what they were giving him too I say let them crash I say to all the school kids in New York who are upset that chocolate milk may be be leaving on your parents vote for garbage people and maybe you should tell your parents to stop sucking so incredibly bad and no vote for better people you did this to yourself. learn not to be like your parents because the parents or trash and the people they both for our trash remember this remember that the so called do gooders are the ones you don't think you should be able to drink chocolate milk or eat meat or god only knows what else they're also the ones you don't think that Asian kids should be able to get to the best high school students not fair to the rest of us. your passion about Chunghwa but just come bads. list to bits come bags. they really really truly are all right the I mean I'm here I'm just I was not expecting it oh my god so passionate the strippers from the movie hustle or hustler you with Jennifer Lopez yeah yeah that that the characters are based on have more morals than the people who run the school districts in New York now well garbage people okay I Jimmy Carter is saying that there should be an age limit on the presidency. yeah he is ninety four yeah and he's basically saying I listen I went to the job I know the rigors of the job. he is. it's hard to do the job AT is all wrong I don't think he's wrong either. yeah you know now the one the one thing I would I would say to him I I I I mean this eighty of today is not eighty of thirty years ago true it is a healthier eighty that said Bernie Sanders nor Joe Biden can do the job now I was in for the no job thanks was that we should not put them in a job next so the princess bride is being talked about to get re made and people are losing their mind so you see the princess bride Avenue off an all time classic for me is what you think it means yes one of the rooms right who doesn movies perfect and it came up in an article with that with variety where Norman Lear was the executive producer but the rob Reiner film and rob Reiner might be terrible politically but he made a perfect movie and that people are talking about remakes in one of them is bring brought up is the princess bride and even Kerry Ellis who plays Wesley is like we shouldn't touch this movie did a take off on on one of his lines from from from the movie and it had like almost two hundred fifty thousand likes I believe that this is all a ploy to get people interested in the movie again I think you're about to see it re released into theaters for a weekend and it will sell out every showing will sell out that's because there is a sprite I like that there if it's just if it is it's a great movie and if they want to.
"many stories" Discussed on KOMO
"Many stories about this vehicle it's actually making a lot of way is a lot of news and people seem to like it yeah really cool Easter with all the stories that are out there and the reactions you prepaid long so we're looking for the customer feedback we've been getting so far nearly killing the real good in our dealers are happy someone very credible now you just have to sit back and wait for millions of dollars to arrive in your bank account right well we certainly be glad to keep busy working on a few things I mean that Kerr let's talk a little bit about it so if people are familiar with the X. T. six where does it fit in the line up of vehicles and how does it relate to the escalade which is of course the vehicle that everybody knows as the three row SUV so we have a cat like children certainly escalate is kind of the icon and has been our our leader imagine we also have the X. T. five which is a two row five passenger crossover I have a couple years if I was actually our volume leaders far and sales US and in China and then and recently we introduce the extra for each a little smaller little sportier version but the space we had left the show room one that spot you referred here between the escalade NXT five escalate three rows of seats sixty five is too and there's a number of people out there we know that are looking for a three row crossover not quite as big as an escalade and and all of the customers that we are trying to please with this product it's not considerably different on the inside from the escalade though it still has plenty of room in three rows which the escalade was famous for right right right we still have ample room we thinking one thing they really went after was run in the third row we found that in this sort of mid size crossover the polls go forward slightly he escalated there's a number of different offerings but several of them you got the third world really just wasn't all that comfortable for adult like the okay for a kid or an occasional just running down the local grocery store or something but we wanted to have something where yes it's a more global and you can leave the car the way I do which is local out for our evening or go away for a weekend were two other couples in my wife's when you treat all the seats yeah we don't really feel bad apologize you're having people sit in the third row there's plenty of room back there is so many have vehicles out on the market Joe all that what I call a pub bro in the third row which is read Sony really good for going to and from the pop but in this back row you Sir take care of everybody there's not just enough leg Graham but there's also the immunity is that everybody likes on the inside of a cow well yeah that's right our third role as for unity's we your clinic had room shoulder but we also have a couple orders or just like to put your phone we got a USB Chargers on each side so that you can plug your phone and you have a fight with the guy next year U. jednom and and the seat is fully Powell actuated so golden and raising it is an easy thing to do and I've got a couple other things is all of it is the number you may see in comparison but really what what we felt it was how's it feel back there so our quarter glasses boldly large we have a full sun roof that goes the panoramic group so we can sit back there feels pretty open and one other thing we did was we put a lot of acoustics in the car to get it to be quiet in the third world and you're not telling you want to talk with the the other adults in the car you don't have to yell at you can talk a complication level the back there you can talk to them about double the look the quietness also led to a company thought was a lot of benefits I have to tell you that the third row is the things that usually fail on third row upon from legroom which is usually the number one thing which is a failure for third row is immunity is so there is no like a an overhead light on this no air conditioning gets back there there's no power this no Cup holders you guys of taking care of that moving into the second row the old the problem was it was getting into the third row you've taken care of that right we can I interrupt just for second take a quick break I want to continue this when we come back listening to al auto expert there's more to come with me miles on come on is dear John I'm leaving uncontrolled high blood pressure.
"many stories" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"He overs so many stories the stories you don't get to those are the leftovers I am very sorry is that the other nice place for yeah we got I got some good ones Tony it much like my world famous buffalo chicken dip wait this story has layers to it can you stop for a second stuff music you have a world famous buffalo chicken dip for the purposes of that joke I do have a world famous public check and that but in reality I have a sub standard average buffalo chicken dip two layers so first things first Ryan Murphy you may be familiar with his television shows you believe me right on affects the American horror story nip tuck nip tuck loved it talk he has a new show coming out American crime story season three about the Clinton sex scandal that's the first layer the story that itself is interesting out tune into that right as we dig deeper tell me the series is produced by none other than Monica Lewinski I'm not watching what now watching why now what because hi she has told me that I am not allowed to ask her about this she the window now this is producing she has said she she's walked off of places she has said arm I I can't be a part of this conversation she's been asked about it how's that here this is but don't have it yes we have his her walking out of an interview.
"many stories" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Liquor manufacturing license for seven five brewing company co founded by Reeves I'd like to say that this company is not a celebrity endorsement this while it is about me it's also about the great people Las Vegas I've only been here for two years and I've realized that this is so much culture and so many stories to tell and through our branding and marketing we plan on telling a lot of those stories and bring the city with this company the new brewery will be located at fifteen ten South Main street Reeves said he plans to brew with able Baker local brewer who developed the training day golden ale in partnership with seven five Carolyn Goodman was happy that Reeves was investing in the city a combative president trump has rallied supporters by harshly going after the four outspoken democratic Congress woman he'd earlier tweeted should go back to their home countries before leaving for North Carolina the president insisted he did not regret the tweets I'll never change on that and he up to the attack in Greenville I think in some cases they hate our country calling each out by name war in Alexandria because the Cortez's case I don't have time to go with three different that will call the court keeps started the rant by blasting the Lotto Mar as anti semitic the crowd at Williams arena picked up from there chanting send her back a flashback to the twenty sixteen campaign for trump repeatedly when after women and minorities soccer match Connie at the White House a man was injured when the plane he was flying crashed near the mesquite airport Wednesday and caught fire the pilot forty one year old Ryan Dashiell of Spokane Washington was the only person on board Nashville was trying to land the plane when the crash occurred officers determined he was under the influence of alcohol while flying so he was arrested on Wall Street the Dow starts the day twenty seven thousand two.
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"Very, very clinical and serious about, you know, performance and shaving seconds off your lap time, horizons where we go have some fun. Yeah. And so you can suspend that reality a little bit. And we have a little bit of fun with that. So, yeah, there's, there's also some storylines in it that are new. So you've got little mini mini adventures, or mini quests that you can do. We've got something called horizon stories where you're sorta you fall in this whole fictional mini story. So one of them that you do is your stunt driver. Okay. So the director asks you to do crazy stuff. I like that. I like the many stories in grand theft auto like you go find like you find a mini dirt bike. And then it's like go do this thing before you get to just take this anywhere. There's always a fun, little nugget in larger narrative. Yeah. So we've done a lot of that. The barn finds continue to be thing. Everybody loves so yeah, there's a lot of fun. New aspects new cars. We have new cards talk about besides our LEGO. Well, you know, there's always great cars, we've got fully shared across motor sport and horizon. Not not. Well, it's the same sort of code base, the same sort of garage, if you will, of cars, but you won't see a lot of the race cars, for example, some of the four by four trucks, you won't see motorsport, hang sort of thing. But yeah, there's, there's some shared their, the rematch just came in the Remax e to who'll. Do you is there range, and they will if you have an enforce can you just able and disable no realistic range? No. We should maybe look into that same. You'll park that shift. Twenty minutes for charging. Snack. Here's saving the environments. Right. Well, now if you did, I hope and turned. Yeah, temp down. Thank you steaming. It was passionate game is so hot. So hot my fucking for air. Yeah. You know what's funny? I built our next studio from the ground up and those windows, don't open either. Choice. Do it at your moment. But you probably routed the vent into the studio area. Where is this, where in this case, they're like, over there? Yeah, the vent comes up under my balls when we produce, oh, that's very. Yeah plug you plug it in. Change for two days. Did you clued the race trucks, the, the big semi-razed trucks from but zeal? Yeah. We've got anything from the last motorist. Yeah. Yeah. There's a lot of those and. Yeah. So back to rematch and the electrical similar to the gasoline. You know, we don't make people fill their tanks because it's that's the no fine part. Yeah, but yeah Remax probably would it looks like. Yeah that's, that's the that's the see what was the first one called c one, c one. And this is C to the C to do. We know the difference. Do you see twos? Got some tweaks to it from range and performance. I saw Geneva. The crazy thing about it is the it's got a camera next to the door facial, recognition unlock the car. What freaks me out? All reminds me of like Tom Cruise, you know the minority report. Mask on swipe your carpet. All xactly gotta do is murder, you and rip your eyeball out strike, and steal your car, not. That's yes to simple the specs you guys put up says nineteen hundred horsepower..
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"Have so many stories to covering California. Let's start with this one. So all I hear I have relatives in California relatives in San Francisco will I hear at San Francisco has become a dump? Salute dump human waste needles homeless. You can't walk a block in some parts of San Francisco without being harassed by by panhandlers. What's the latest thing that's going to fix San Francisco Jonathan legal injections sites? Of course, if, if you're plagued by homelessness, and drug addicts why not provide them a clean and safe space where they can inject their drugs, his so crazy and San Francisco has such a huge problem. I, I have to tell you, I used to love as a kid, my parents would sometimes take me to San Francisco. That was like for summer trip or something. And I used to -absolutely love it, it got history, the fan, tastic city. And now if you go to check in a hotel in the tourist district in San Francisco, they hand you a map of three to avoid because there is so much human waste that they don't even recommend tourists. Go into that area. And now there's an assembly Bill that was put forth by a woman, a democrat out of Stockton. Susan men who wants to put together a six year pilot program in San Francisco. That would give drug users a place to inject themselves with heroin. They can do crystal meth they can do whatever they want to do in these facilities, where there would actually be clinical supervision. So the city will actually pay people doctors medical professionals to watch people get high in a safe and comfortable environment. It. We wonder why. Good. I mean, this is you wouldn't read this, in a cut volley or Philip k dick novel. It's that's right. Unreal. What's so crazy? And, and you and I have talked about this before many times, a homeless problem in the big cities in California are out of control. And everybody is sitting around scratching their head about how to fix the homeless problem. They've even taken a billion dollars and they've thrown it at the homeless issue. But instead of dealing instead of dealing with what the real issue, here is that this is a state filled with drug addicts and it's you know what is kinda sad? It's these people are needing help and all we're doing is saying, well, we're going to give you a safe place, so you can shoot up. Give me a break, they need to build some facilities to get these people. Help healthy in the in the mind and healthy in the body, or the homeless problem isn't going away. And every other city in California, will start to look like San Francisco. The actually taking decisive action to make the problem worse. That's that's. At the same time while they're doing that. They're pretending like they don't understand our governor Gavin Newsom just about a week or two ago, said that this was a national crisis. Well, no, it's not a national crisis. This might be happening and other big cities. But they to the to the extent of what's going on in California. They figure that there are about one hundred thousand people that are homeless in the major cities in California. That's not okay for the for a state that has the sixth largest economy in the world, there is no excuse for this kind of stuff to be happening yet. It happens over and over and over again. And the problem grows. No matter how much we raise taxes to provide services for the homeless programs like this aren't working. They need actually deal with the root problem, which is mental illness and drug addiction. Okay. So we have problems that have to do with the psyche with medical problems with addiction. But then we have problems that come from free choices from ideological choices. Please share with us. What is going on at UC Davis? And what the lack of consequences are with regards to UC Davis. Well, there is a professor professor clover professor, Joshua clover who taught English teaches English at UC Davis and he chose his classroom. As a place to say something to the effect of every cop needs to be killed. He then decided to go on Twitter and reaffirm, what he'd been teaching in his classroom and he tweeted out. I'm thankful that every living cop will one day be dead. Some by their own hands. Some by others to many of old age that showed up on his Twitter feed back in two thousand fourteen he continued in two thousand sixteen to say people think that cops need to be reformed. They need to be killed. This is ongoing behavior ongoing rhetoric that was not only being delivered it as. Classroom, but also on his Twitter feed, so Republican assemblyman, there are a few of them left. I mean, a handful James Gallagher from Yuba city in California, authored, a resolution at twenty two that would get him to be to be removed, actually, from the classroom, and at least, rebuked, by the Democrats, in California, they blocked this, this past week, they Democrats in the California legislature won't even hear the resolution that would have condemned. This UC Davis professor, now I believe, in freedom of speech at I think people can say, whatever they want, and it is our reaction to it that matters. But when you're doing this in public classroom, in a public university, where taxpayer dollars are paying this guy salary, and he's actually promoting people to go out and kill police officers. There's no good cops only dead. Cops give me a break this, this should have been reviewed this should have been taken up by Democrats, and I would say this if President Trump had said something about. Al- congressman all democratic congressman need to be in the ground. Can you imagine the state of California would have already had twelve lawsuits authored and sent over to the president's desk? This is again, one of those hypocritical moments in California, where we just don't take this kind of thing. Seriously? Let's, let's try and on the slightly light to if we may. So there's a little league baseball team. And they have a Memorial Day game. And they got in trouble, the cold, the Fresno grew a grizzlies. Aaa affiliate of the Washington nationals. And the head attributed to a full and heroes. The video between games of a doubleheader the tribute which featured former president Ronald Reagan's nineteen Eighty-one inaugural address. I'm reading here from the daily caller from Wally prints showed a montage of patriotic images, including American landmarks accomplishments, and military servicemen fighting for freedom during the putt of the speech. Reagan mentioned, the enemies of freedom. The images of dictators, including king, Joel Fidel Castro is, what is that exude through custody of Cortes? He was listed in the enemy section any consequences for this baseball team. I'm pretty sure someone got fired. Apparently, this was a YouTube video, God love YouTube that someone found and just sort of slipped it in this is not produced by the team's front office. So no one really gave it a good viewing all the way through. And so during the American enemies section here comes AO see popping up, and I guess it actually got applause. There was like a react, California, California with Fresno is actually one of the little conservative pockets. We're Devon Nunez is. So there is a conservative pocket there. But you know, I don't think it's all bad. I think.
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"We have so many stories to covering California. Let's start with this one. So all I hear I have relatives in California. But in San Francisco will I hear that San Francisco has become a dump? Salute dump human waste needles homeless. You can't walk a block in some parts of San Francisco without being harassed by by a panhandlers. What's the latest thing that's going to fix San Francisco? Jonathan legal injection sites. Of course, if, if you're plagued by homelessness, and drug addicts why not provide them a clean and safe space where they can inject their drugs, which is so crazy. And San Francisco has such a huge problem. I have to tell you used to love as a kid, my parents would sometimes take me to San Francisco. That was like for a summer trip or something. And I used to -absolutely love it. It's history. The fantastic city. And now if you go to check in at a hotel in the tourist district in San Francisco, they hand you a map of three to avoid because there's so much human waste that they don't even recommend tourists go into that area. And now there's an assembly Bill that was put forth by a woman, a democrat out of Stockton. Susan egg, men who wants to put together a six year pilot program in San Francisco. That would give drug. Users a place to inject themselves with heroin. They can do crystal Mets. They can do whatever they wanna do in these facilities where they would actually be clinical supervision. So the city will actually pay people doctors medical professionals to watch people get high in a safe and comfortable environment. It. We wonder. Good. I mean, this is you wouldn't read this in a cut von or Philip k dick novel. It's. Unreal. Crazy. And, and you and I have talked about this before many times, a homeless problem in the big cities in California are out of control. And everybody is sitting around scratching their head about how to fix the homeless problem they'd even taken a billion dollars. And they've thrown it at the homeless issue, but instead of dealing instead of dealing with what the real issue, here is that this is a state filled with drug addicts and it's you know what is kinda sad? It's these people are needing help and all we're doing is saying, well, we're going to give you a safe place, so you can shoot up. Give me a break, they need to build some facilities to get these people. How healthy in the in the mind and healthy in the body, or the homeless problem isn't going away? And every other city in California, will start to look like San Francisco that actually taking decisive action to make the problem worse. That's that's there. They're doing that. They're pretending like they don't understand our governor Gavin Newsom just about a week or two ago, said that this was a national crisis. Well, no, it's not a national crisis. This might be happening and other big cities. But they to the extent of what's going on in California. They figure that they're about one hundred thousand people that are homeless in the major cities in California. That's not okay for the for a state that has the sixth largest economy in the world, there is no excuse for this kind of stuff to be happening yet. It happens over and over and over again. And the problem grows. No matter how much we raise taxes to provide services for the homeless programs like this aren't working. They need to actually deal with the root problem, which is mental illness and drug addiction. Okay. So we have problems that have to do with the psyche with medical problems with addiction. But then we have problems that come from free choices than from ideological choices. Please share with us. What is going on that UC Davis and what the lack of consequences with regards to UC Davis? There is a professor professor clover professor, Josh of clover who taught English teaches English at UC Davis and he chose his classroom. As a place to say something to the effect of every cop needs to be killed. He then decided to go on Twitter and reaffirm, what he'd been teaching and it's classroom and he tweeted out, I'm thankful that every living cop will one day be dead. Somebody their own hands. Somebody others too many of old age that showed up on his Twitter feed back in twenty fourteen. He continued in twenty sixteen to say people think that cops need to be reformed. They need to be killed. This is ongoing behavior ongoing rhetoric that was not only being delivered his classroom but also on his Twitter feed. So a Republican assemblyman, there are a few of them left. I mean, a handful James Gallagher from Yuba city in California, authored, a resolution at twenty two that would get him to be to be removed, actually, from the classroom, and at least rebuked by. At the Democrats in California, they blocked this this past week, they Democrats in the California legislature. Won't even hear the resolution that would have condemned. This UC Davis professor, now I believe, in freedom of speech, and I think people can say, whatever they want, and it is our reaction to it that matters. But when you're doing this in public classroom public university, we're taxpayer dollars are paying this guy salary, and he's actually promoting people to go out and kill police officers. There's no good cops only dead. Cops give me a break this, this should have been review there should have been taken up by Democrats. And I would say this, if President Trump had said something about all congressman democratic congressman need to be in the ground. Can you imagine the state of California would have already had twelve lawsuits authored and sent over to the president's desk? This is, again, one of those hypocritical moments in California, where we just don't take this kind of thing seriously. Let's, let's try and on the slightly lighter. If we may. So there's a little league baseball team and they have a Memorial Day game. And they got in trouble that called the Fresno grew grizzlies. Aaa affiliate of the Washington nationals. And they had a tribute to Fulham heroes. The video between games of a double head of the tribute, which featured Fulmer president Ronald Reagan's nineteen Eighty-one inaugural address. I'm reading here from the day from Wally prints showed among Taj of patriotic images, including American landmarks accomplishments, and military servicemen fighting for freedom during the putt of the speech. But Reagan mentioned, the enemies of freedom that images of dictators, including king. Joe Fidel Castro is one is through Oko. He was listed in the enemy section. Consequences for this baseball team. I'm pretty sure someone got fired. Apparently, this was a YouTube video, God, love you YouTube that someone found and just sort of flipped it in. This is not produced by the team's front office. So no one really gave it a good viewing all the way through. And so during the American enemies section here comes Eos see popping up, and I guess it actually got applause. There was like a react. California. We won't friend no is actually one of the little conservative pockets. We're Devin Nunes is. So there is a conservative pocket there. But you know, I don't think it's all bad. I think AFC.
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"Yeah. But then I was also like in that I'm such like a they Jim Morrison's like my God like. And he's like I was like, reenacting the movie basically seeing the doors movie. Like I had like this is the end like playing and like I'm walking around, and he walks on down the hall, and I'll literally like remaking the movie like walking through like acting like and following a shaman and shit, which I probably was have your cell phone. Yeah. Will Are you? you see the person finds someone my boy Jay, I'll came down and pick me up? Like it was probably like six AM the next day, next day, so. Joe? Look, go look at cows album, I think it's. It's not it's not last as long before that. What is what's the name of that? I'm on the elbow. Megan anyways, if you go look at it all the pictures are brilliant, it's like him with, like a suitcase and he's walking through the desert and like looking all, and And you. you. I, I didn't take the picture that created a directive like so cold stand there and shit yet. Wow. That's. That's. Really, really did the like I've wanted to play my, I've wanted to play guitar my whole life. I've had a guitar literally in my possession, since I was a little like two years, old and never really been able to play, like I can play songs new this and that. But well in Joshua tree on that time, I swear this soul jumped into me, and I could play guitar. I'm starting to stand with black bear kidding black. We started this band called hotel motel, and wrote lake dislike rock opera, and then I can never play guitar again. I mean now I'm like, learning again how to play like not even close to what I was playing after the desert. People might be listening to think that's weird that like, oh, like, you know, you, you have a spirit jump into you or whatever. But I actually totally relate to that. I've been at weird points in my life where I look at some of my drawings from high school. Insane. No, no, no. But like my old drawings are like insane. Like there's so so so good. And I remember that when I would draw when I was younger, I would go into a trance member, like drawing and then I'd finish and be like, whoa, that's such a good drying. And then. Thanks sweet. Thank you. Thank you. I'm not half as good as they used to is that. Just like just like weird creatures that were my brain. Style to being able to do like silhouette like fashion trying so hard to do. And you really great thanks. But I'm just saying, I totally believe what you're saying. I believe in another. We sound like weirdos maybe to some people, but I do believe it spirits can interact with you and jump into your body, and they can channel whatever they want, whether it be like a performance, or drawing or whatever, and they stay for a certain amount of time, and then they leak may feel fulfilled. But that's what it was crazy because I've had that happen to me fuse, who you're right. The only like the only only one like would say something like I get it. I totally get it anyway. You're an amazing guests I I could talk to you for like seven. Wrap it up on my oh. We weren't even liked. We didn't even get a chance to get into any we're gonna have to hang out. We'll get lunch. Anyway, mod sun. Make sure to follow him. You can follow him on all social networks at mod sun, right? Yes. Please do. It says we're moving on dream stand under non believe in all you out there. This was a very big pleasure of my life. I'm going to watch this episode many times. We are so excited. I really needed like this conversation we had to think, and if you need beautiful medicine spirituality, and, like positively, he's a great person to follow his always very happy. And he's very just his energy is very very contagious. And it makes you wanna smile I wouldn't I'm serious. I went in here today and I was kind of having like a weird off day..
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"Don't do that. And then do it right. All lay Lee Rams the labels car was a knife. Yes. Banging on it because because I'm going to get into the knife thing house has a knife obsession. Okay. I'm surprised you don't know this by the amount of times, you've been around cows has a complete knife obsession and his buddy, rook. Okay. They're obsessed nights, and they're like, Tweedle Dee twiddle dum, they push each other more. Oh, I could throw it back into this, so they freak out. They completely freak out the label. But I'm like, okay, he's trying to get me to join end. It'd be laying you'll come home over Greenville. Okay. We'll I'll they're not my label. So I gotta talk it was like, so I started going crazy with them. Yoke, they like they're really started to, to just be like dude, like this is bad like you guys lily. You guys need to chill, you guys are like looking crazy. Meanwhile, CAL's is literally like doing this in the sun is still out, so it's okay, but he's throwing knives up like this. And like he throws one up like this, and, and it doesn't catch it in it literally lands sticking straight up like six inches from the high heel of the girl, exact Rome. Oh my. So they're like. All right. Cool. You guys like take pictures route, so they leave and like here I am with cows and rook and the sun's going down. And we're like at this point after you've been on, like a drug bender tripping benders type thing you kinda like can go in and out of remembering, like, how much you're on or whatever, and all of a sudden, you do remember, and it's like heavies fought freaks, you out freaks you out when you start to come down your in that mid zone, like conscious and not conscious dark. So like ya'll's face is starting to look like real demonic shit. He's got like half shadows on it and all of a sudden like we're standing up there. And like I said about this knife shit. So like I'm talking to cows in like this is the first time in cows. Like actually got into details. Like mad at each other Kells is like mod when you do truck you get all hippie up shit like that sick, when I do drugs, I get fucking dark and grabbed my face like this throws a knife in the air and grab my face like this. I swear to God. Oh my God. Dude, I never saw it. And I've come down. I just turned around and started running as fast as I could K just as fast as I can and Kelvin rook are literally behind me yelling. And his pitch black and I'm running through, okay? Like, if you're in Joshua tree like there's trails, right? Yeah. And then if you're like me, and you're freaked out you to start running, dude. I'm running through everything through Bush's. I'm like I swear deny no undergoing know there's snakes biting. My ankles brought sorta got which is when I could tell them about that. So I end up completely by myself in Joshua tree in the pitch black. And like I'm far far far away from them, but I can still hear him. And then you'll always on. Silence. And then all of a sudden, I hear car start the most ever. They left there. No judgy. And that's again, when the spirit arrived and jumped in my soul. And I do I swear to you not. My boy J L actually had to come down and get some they left you that night, because I told I was like I'm over at, like fuck y'all, like, Alec ran, like heavy ran off. It was like done with it. And like yo honestly you could've gotten by like Bob counter present one hundred percent. But now I'm like, one, I became like one, which Ostra tree that I was like this, last Coachella thing win win all you You. and your. And you're just like wearing leaves in like a bunny rabbit on the T. We might mean my girl we broke up at. Coachella. And where did I go right to Joshua? Did you did you sleep overnight in the forest by absolutely but no sleeping just walking around on desolation row. I was like this is desolation yourself. No food. No water. Yeah. Totally. Drugs leg low key..
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"Like. And meanwhile, I'm like just seeing her inside suet is like totally. And so, you'll I'm like, he looks over me like this just like he's fucking just like just like a devil, Dennis the menace. And so, like y'all this is ridiculous. Can't believe you did that whatever we're gonna ride, it, it turned out being great. We like winning got got in her car, one of them car, and went up to the top of the fuck it, and mall and some shit and listen to like journey and shit is like, typical cool by, and they accept CAL's like freaked out on her at one point. Cows is like so, you know so like yo he's one of my best influences on my life because he will literally tell you exactly how he's feeling at every second no, no holes unapologetically him. I love that. I was so not. And I learned so much from it. We've been friends for like six years now, like really close friends, and I've learned that so well from and he's a great father. Oh, does a great dads? Crate father any like really cares. Just gets better everyday. So awesome. So anyways went up to a hill. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And then the night ends and, and I stay over and like we're basically still tripping. He has a photo shoot for his new album at, like six AM in Joshua tree. And they're like, yo Ma let, can you just create a direct the, the photo shoot like Kazadi? I do that, like creative direction, drag videos, have directed his biggest video. I shouted at my house for nothing. So yo-. So I was like, yeah, for sure. And we'll go to my house pack up my van with like all sorts of stuff guitars, and suitcases and all this stuff and bringing down the desert. So we go down to the desert and we get there. Like as the sun's coming up. Seriously? It's like six AM in Joshua tree. Here's a little side note on Josh retreat for anyone out there doesn't live in California. Like I didn't I moved out here and literally was like, I'm going to go to Joshua tree today and typed in Joshua tree, and went there, I showed up and I was like, so where's the Josh retreat ladies like? I thought Josh retrieves like a U2. album, tree. I thought it was one tree, that was like a holy sacred tree. So I was like, where's the Joshua tree, dad anyways documentary or Josh retreat is a type of tree, which are everywhere. Right. So I get there. So we pull the John for three were there, and we continue to take more drugs. At this point, we like eight more mushrooms. I like to see is something like something like black market farmers. We're in the fucking desert, and we're killing it, though, just like because when you're in the desert has carnal or you can just freely be out. As of right? So we're killing it. We do all these amazing photos and his label, which is a huge major label is like yo we're gonna come down and check on you guys today, because, like we gave you the whole budget to do this album style. Right. So we're gonna come down to make sure you're do it, and they're on the phone doer Kelly Bubba show. So cows goes like this. He's like best. They're coming on causes like yo my labels coming down. And like we gotta be like cool mon-. You know what I'm saying? We can't be too crazy. You know what I'm saying? And I might cool no problem like they don't even got to see. Yeah. Literally, I had just actually got done telling him kill kill Qatar. I just find desolation row. Oh. Well walking through by myself. Big accidentally broke his guitar that the Billy Billy from Green Bay gave them. I broke it in the desert that day because it was like kills it can play guitar..
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"Oh my God. Bad haven't been then you're probably on the rich, I don't touch drugs anymore because I've had so many bad says, but I want to hear yours. Okay. So check it out. This involves my friend, who I can totally say, the because he would totally say this story, too. So me and MGK machine gun Kelly. One of my very good friends, one of my one of my best friends in closest to crazy fucking flames inside our heads that I've ever met. So he's shooting. An album cover for his album about wasn't his last album before that somebody like three years ago, four years ago. Something like that. I had just moved to California been here for like, maybe a year. And so I go over to cows house, and EMMY cows, like we, we like mushrooms. You know what I'm saying? We eat mushrooms, do mushrooms. Oh, yeah. I'm on mushrooms. Purple. I'm just a big. Does is like really really really powerful heard about that. It's really powerful. I mean I mean look, like if, if there's like I personally can't take a pill like I can't take I can't take vitamins, I can't take it can't do it. Like I had a, a friend passed away when I was younger and sworn swear anything like that off because very dicta prison. What did he pass away from has still wave from oxycodone, of course? And it was like it was like he became so relaxed his heart forgot to, to be to keep any, you know. And I was afraid, I'm just so terrifying. Enough pills. I, I just I'm stuck in addictive personality to things. I have to have a vice I have to have like a thing, and that is not at all or take anything. It's just like my mind is not trained in certain ways to be like here in the moment, not in my moment, right names. It's like depicted on how treat myself I don't know you find what works for you. I just went to the doctor they'll recently and they said. That I had the Beth best health scan anyone. Pass out pocking, I had the best health scare the reason I did have he was because health and best if you're saving together give it he has the bell. Skin, and they had did them. Machine thing, and I was like you ever had like downright thousand, we're, again, machine thing Tessier lung capabilities. So this machine blows hard as you kind of as long as you can like he's all now do it with my peanuts. That's weird. Okay. Back up or down. Maybe you're, you're hilarious. I love dead. So said you're really healthy? So I'm very healthy mushrooms. As a doctor, they could guys does this mean I'm how the to the fact that you monster right now. Okay. So so you're on mushrooms right now. And you're gonna me mushrooms. And so we lag mushrooms and go over to cows house. This turned out to be like a like three to escapade. We came over there, we made mushroom tea. And we're like in his crib, like watching, I have like my projector with me. I don't know why I remember checked with me like watching projections on the ceiling sitting there and I like cows. One thing I'm like, yo bro league. When I liked take mushrooms, like I really don't like to be around a bunch of people that are not mushroom. Thank Thank you, you. my rule like, yeah, I don't wanna be around a bunch of people here. I have my much right now. Say I'm saying, like when you're tr gonna trip like eating mushrooms of trip at like be a weirdo, which I like become a weirdo, mushrooms. I'm like, Jim Morrison that avenue. So like I'm like, bro. Just don't like invite a bunch of people over don't fight anyone over, you know, we're good. We got our crew here. We're good. Do literally ten minutes later like five porn stars Boston. Are you know what I'm saying like, like porn stars that I like knew who they were been at work, and I'm like sitting on the floor, like brew, all people like why would you do this what her insights?.
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"Guys, we are back. We are back on Moore's first Matsen here. We're getting deep. We're getting real. We're getting into it. We're hoping that we're helping people that are listening to this to know that if you're going through a break up, or you're struggling with things -iety, or depression, or whatever you're not alone him. Very similar. I think that we have a lot like we we're rig feelers. We feel a lot, we're empathetic. We feel for other people more that we feel. Yeah. And maybe a little too much, right? Oh, I know. But when you surround yourself with, like minded people at all it all works out. You're being they like give her your whole life in the near around another giver type of situation, and it just becomes you need to find your giver, you know what because out that so funny that you just said that when I was in relationships before Tommy, I was just the giver, and I was getting taken from take take take take, take by the other person emotionally like physically, materialistically, whatever, and then I got with Tommy, and he's a giver, and so it's like literally. No, isn't it? So. Faked people that want to like, nurture. Yes. Both nurturing hugging kissing reassuring texting loving. That's, that's, like the that's like also why feel like things happened in my life. Specifically the way they are. Is that like every relationship that I was in before this? I feel like was. Me like taking all the focus in right? You know what I'm saying? Like always being like nurturing and carrying and like whatever live to type live at my crib, like I'll take you like all those things. But then it's like it was always like focused on me. Right. Right. Whereas the relationship was like me be Mike. I'm som- second. I'm totally fine with me in the second. I love this like cheerleader, like chillier. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. And like, but I needed to see both sides. You lost so matter to like. Right. Right. And you know, and that's not to say, like me the way me and my actual very like nurturing and supportive, but it's like I was definitely being like no, no, no, no. Like I'm the, the man, I'll do whatever for you. Rats beautiful and I needed to feel that because I was like, really with relationships. And like I had to like polish is the legs on my is like within the last two weeks. You're like, wow, like I have total clarity. Yeah. Like I really been going throw it people. But, like, yeah, I like you. Talk to one of my exes and was like, yo you know, like I feel you like yeah. Like when we roll call biles kinda like wait. I'm not an asshole. And then I was kinda like oh, yeah. Because you made it in the relationship all about you, when were almost all my relationships before this last one was all about it was all because I was on my come up. It was like I'm going to do it. Like I don't have time to waste like it's either. You wanna be my life or like we're not going to be in each other's life. Right. Whereas this one it was like whatever fucking. Like was like bug my life. Like I'm here with you girl, beautiful girl will do that. God fearful his ex's beautiful. She's actually, one of the most beautiful people I've ever seen in person. I remember when I was like he's just really naturally yet very naturally. Her personality is like one of a kind like that's why. Oh, I we she you're probably going to watch this influence you. I told her that I was doing this today. That's so awesome. She knows that. You guys know each other. Yeah. Of course, she's great loves these very nice trolleys. That's awesome. Yes. So I wanna hear more of your worst I. Well, let's give you told me on the break. You have a crazy drug. Yes, story. We love those on worse. I 'cause everyone's had a gnarly drug expert. At least anyone is living in LA OD my..
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"Yeah. It's been crazy. It's been a crazy ride. I mean I definitely think like I've gone through so much shit. A lot of people have gone through a lot of shit. But that's the one thing that I did learn is like, whenever I'm really sad or whenever on really hurt. I create some of the best things I've ever made. I mean when I started making my comedy videos, I was in, like the lowest place in my life, and they made me so successful just from doing calm and I was doing comedy, and I was so sad. Like I was miserable. I was off of I was trying to wean myself off of this antidepressant, and it was killing me. And I wasn't even my house and I felt stuck you're making everyone laugh and I was like making everyone laugh in the night. And the number one, and then I'd put away the phone, and I was like. I can't go outside like it was very scary bless you for the. Yeah. I tried really hard Suzy blessing for that people think it's like some people have idea that Twitter like you your outlet being. Something that is an outlet like it. People think that so much about what you share with the world is the essence of you rather than you being. Fearless in being like no, this is this is who I wanna be this this, this is all my influences on my idols, like for me. Everybody, everybody that that pass away before I was born, you know what I'm saying? Musically wise. Listen to every day I do everything I kinda make sure like they tune into my story, you know, they tune in to watch him in there with me, and like that means, like, yeah, when you pull the funding, I, maybe we have a great day to day, you're like. You like. No. We're not what that's eating sadness. That's in the world sadness. And that is that is a duty free. I try no matter how sad I am to always make people laugh, and I think that's an important thing because the only thing that really makes me happy is making other people happy anymore. So that's like a big thing. Right. You know what I'm saying? Like it's like anyone can say happy when you say that. Yeah. That's all they saw. That's all I have right now anyway. All right. Let's throw him a break is we're getting deep over here on over, I, we're gonna be right back with modern. One of the hardest things about being a girl is when it comes to feminine care having to decide a product that is good for you. Good for your body, especially when it comes to something you're putting inside of your body. Now, believe it or not most people don't know this, that the FDA does not require feminine care product companies to list, a comprehensive list of their ingredients, they can kind of put whatever they want in there. And we will never know. So that's when I discovered this company called.
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"Each time didn't work. No. And then did the third time? So so, so go through hell to get this piercing. And then here I have now the reason we're talking about this because you brought up my piercing. And right now, my nose is like it's infected like so if you guys if I moved to too hard like this like yelp. Okay, this is what's happening is like the nose, the whole in my nose is trying to like scab and heal. But every time it moves it opens up the scab and it's like. Makes your eyes water every pain, y'all. Not not right now. I'm like good. But like the last week has been such pain, like is it? I touched noses with we the girl has night, and it hurts so bad. I started crying like just like going. Oh my gosh. She's taking my bad kisser. You're trying not. No. Yeah. It's all you is all you. So that is a word that is a worst. I know. It was tough. Yeah. He's tough guy all that tough guys that is for the birds like, don't you don't gotta do that? Guy's just cry. I e yeah. She probably would've like, like been equally as impressive. I was like, bro. Why would you e- if I would to win off on, you know, the is wrong, too. But anyway. So that was that was a worst first date for sure. But it turned out deceptive. See I'm like so adamant about being like I'm everyone's telling me like take it out. Right now, we have piercing in there to you guys for those of you that aren't watching YouTube video yet. They're listening to podcasts like a bone like a Flintstone like like bam. Bam bam, bam. Like the bombing goes I totally get it on bam. Bam. It's so weird. I actually like love getting Pierce and I love. I like the pain. Different pain. 'cause it's like taking something out of your body yet. Even though you're putting something in. It's like picturing picturing literally like you're, you're putting a halt like something is being removed from right there. It's really it's like spirit. I get really sick. When I get tattooed do you get sick. No, not at all. I like. But that's another thing is like you tattoos are so great for me. Like I'm from Minnesota, one of one of the greatest things that Minnesota taught me growing up is, is weather and being going to a bus stop at, like six AM when it start out and zero degrees and having to teach yourself like literally teachers off like no, it's not cold. It's hot sweating. Yeah. Yeah. Like my sister used to hate me, because she'd be at the bus stop a talk this and I'd be like I'm in Florida on a beach. I'm in Florida on a beach. And then I saw how much how matter maker, and I just feel like smiling in a really Tommy, like smile through everything. And like an and with tat and that everything's temporary. Right. And so like with tattoos. It really that's like one of the things that. When anything chaotic is going on my life. Like, I always somehow jumped to tattoos like get attached to it. It's not for the reasons like oh, yeah, like dude. New new perspective. New light. It's like, really like just remembering like everything's temporary. It's like this hurt so bad, but I'm gonna smile through it and it's going to be done. Like there is a finish line to this. I'm not going to be in pain forever. You know, she'll see, I don't feel I don't get hurt when I get tattooed, I don't mind the pain, but the ink like, I guess, when it leaks into my system for some reason, makes me ill, allergic 'to. Yeah. Do you raise up some time? Yeah, yeah, I get not like about is I like a battler dick. You don't have to worry about I have like a thing where I get like ill. And I like throw up because okay, maybe maybe don't quote me that might be mad. They maybe die. But yeah, no, I don't get any more tattoos because.
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"Show failing forward brand new podcast, debuts may twenty second pretty special day anyway. The show is about me interviewing some, the most bad ass successful people in the world about times in their life. When things were more bad, and more, as it's a bunch of hilarious stories of failure, as well as heartwarming stories of picking yourself up and getting back out there. So if you've ever felt like you've struggled with something for like you're hitting a wall. Or maybe you'll get some inspiration from this or just some entertainment, go. Check out felling forward right now. Use can subscribe on apple podcasts or wherever other podcasts are but listen to death. Ladies and gentlemen. Hello, good afternoon. Good evening. Good morning, whenever you're watching this. Welcome back to worst Burs. Oh, it's going to be the best. I we have the most energetic amazing incredible guests with us today. Mod sun. And my saying that, right. Yes. Matsan S, U N woke up this morning's accords day montage Anna, isn't it great when you wake up? Yeah. Because I feel like I'm going to die my sleep every night. Oh, dude, I can't believe that you close your eyes and like you're you don't have to tell you hard to keep beating. It's really weird to keep breathing like I'm okay. We're gonna go real hippie. Right. And he gets so your lungs. Just keep moving. You don't have to tell you something to breathe. You don't have to plug yourself is pretty crazy. Guys you the craziest machinery on this planet. So just realize that we are weird machines for sure. I always feel abandoned incredible machines. That's like, isn't that a what's her name? Fiona apple has a, oh, strike songs, something machines. Yeah. Anyway. Love you girl that like. Yes. So you're fucking amazing. I don't even know how we met you did my friend, Alexis podcast and I was like he's so cool. And she actually hit me up after she had you on there and was like this guys. So cool, you should hang out with him. I know. Yeah. That's exactly what she said. She was like, oh my God. You and bring like the same type of prison, which we are you can both really weird really weird. What's your sign? You know what else is good? Pisces alverga. Okay. See, I don't know about every time I read anything about a Pisces on my off. So me he. And then every time I read like what it says. What other people I'm like ooh. Like kind of sounds like shit. Oh, really? Lucky like everything I read it's like you're super outgoing your fun. You're gonna have a great day today. I read like Virgo. I'm sorry. But it's probably like you should probably like distance yourself from the world's. I always feel that way too. When you read your own horoscope, you're like, wow, I got a good in the green someone else's. You're like, wow sucks to be then. Yeah. Yeah. Is this Pierce Juno? Wow. That's crazy. Little bone story about it right now. I have saw. Okay. I got it pierced in totally didn't want. Let's go right into my worst. First day worst. I date here L, let's turn out. Great like a gr- an amazing thing. This was the last relationship wasn't. So the first day that we went on, I was like trying to be tough guy and the girl that I was with has been peers. Oh my God. Thank you. Look saga seven freezing. I was like fuck. Yeah, let's do it. So, like we go down on our state. You're. Compete, like we, we started, like we started dating like I moved into my house. It's so funny. Like, we're, we're best friends for like six months guy, just like strictly best friends, and then, like one night, it was like no, like we love each other. Right. And, and so that was the day I was living. Oh my God. It's so funny. How this starts? So the next day, I was moving into the house. I live in now. Right. But I, I don't have any credit for everyone out there. Okay. I don't I never liked believed in southern out there that like is like worried about their credit and all that shit. Like I don't I don't have bad credit or good credit..
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"So many stories from the Super Bowl involving Billy. And we were not mentioning NFL or Super Bowl yesterday in any way. And Allison where do you wanna start because I kept getting calls from you. And you're at wits end, you're done with Billy for a million different reasons, you flew up there and spent one hundred twenty dollars more. So you wouldn't have to sit next to him. Then all week. He draped you in his neuroses. And like what what were the low lights? It is really hard still to looking at like, I'm having a hard time. I noticed that. Oh, really? She won't look at you. Because I don't know what happened was a rough one. Yeah. It was. A rare peek annoyance, and I don't I don't even know where to begin with what he did on Friday. Where would you like more? One thing. And and it stacked I would say in the last thing probably the hold on hold on hold. You. Give me Billy what you believe to be the funniest things. And then we will go to Alison on whatever she thinks are the funniest thing. Just give me your appraisal of how the last day at Super Bowl radio row went for you the last day at Super Bowl radio row was a bit chaotic and hectic and a lot of fingers are being pointed in my direction by Allison, which I don't think is entirely fair because let's just say this all goes back to the eagles situation, and this all revolves around the eagle and difficulties the ego causing that out close. Whereas the Alison I'm gonna go to you here because he won't shut up. When I go to him he'll talk through the next Super Bowl. If I let him continue to talk. How close was the eagle not ready to be used because Billy did an assortment of things and didn't have a battery, and I'm not talking to you Billy? I'm not talking to you. You had your chance to talk to you can't. Say anything officially Allison? Please tell me how close that was to not happening. Because literally the only reason he was there was to wear that eagle costume. And the batteries weren't worth ninety percent that it didn't happen. Like, it was that close. It was bad. It was really bad. So we took it happened. Because of Alison that's why it happened. Now. It wouldn't have been that big of a deal. It wouldn't have told Dan that that was the plan which I said don't tell Dan because spending. Four. Expectations to happen when they don't happen. Maybe giving you a heads up that it may happen. That was stupid. I'll walk you through. What happened? I'll tell you. Exactly. What happened? Great. This is what happened. All right. So we took the eagle costumed. Ego costume is powered by this battery pack, the battery pack and even costume were separated. Because we thought it'd be an issue getting that through security as a carrier now when we got the first day. Well, we got there the first day a handed Alison thinks he tossed it under the table, right? Not what happened the first day. We put it under. There is a separate table from where we were broadcasting. We had some stuff equipment that we put under there. And we put the costume, which you didn't carry a pack. This will surprise no-one. He travels with seventeen bags all small bags not not one suitcase normally in a double leg just for the odor. Right. Right. So many things that his hands carrying fit all the stuff. So I had to take a bigger bags crap in and come here early to get him nightmare. So I do. Has everything to do with Friday. So I had the ball go. We brought it. I put it under the table. And he kept wanting to put it off as it was the crescendo is the big moment on Friday what false false. She took the eagle costume toss. It under the table. I said we're gonna take that back to the hotel. She said, no, we'll leave it under the table. I what if someone steals the eagle costume. It's not going to be an issue. So I said, okay, whatever I forgot about the eagle costume didn't worry about it until Friday. Now, we had a backup battery pack in case something were to go wrong with the first one, which is kind of the issue here. So Friday came and spoiler alert something happened with the battery pack, and it wasn't exactly functioning as it should. And we realize around eleven o'clock we had heard that you weren't in a great mood. And like our lives are revolved around pleasing were all my God. We grab mode. Ever. Thank you. So we had all my God. Getting the costume put it on. So then like the battery pack is in your suitcase at no. Not exactly. All right. So I got to put on the costume. I go to turn it on. I realize oh, no. This isn't gonna work out. Where's the battery pack. So then I start scrambling in my head. I'm like, where's battery Packers about her battery pack. Oh, it's in with the camera that we brought that Alison decided to not bring in that day. Checked bag at the hotel about thirty minutes away. So I said, you know, what we gotta go. Get the battery pack and you've got to get an attack. You can go get the battery pack. As an eagle today. Dan is going to lose it. This is the absolute worst thing that can happen because he wanted to do this because you told them we're gonna do it. He wants to do this today. So we need to get this done today. Check. I have just tell them that. We can't do it on my that is not an option not telling Dan eagles not going to happen today. That's the last thing that's going to happen. The costume today. So then we start talking to camera people in all kinds of people to find another battery source that we can plug it in. And we're plugging this cable into all kinds of things that it probably shouldn't be plugged into just hoping that this thing turns on it did not turn on. We lost a good thirty minutes. Right. Have you lost like thirty minutes duration? That's not what happened. All right anyway. So she goes out of town. She brings it back. Just before the battery boy we plug. We all know, we she brings it back. She brings back the box. I opened the box. It's not in the boss. Our to go back to the hotel and go through. I don't know if you know there's been media radio row. There's a lot of people checking in so I had to go through the check in again, I'm running through the media with this. I called him from the hotel the batteries not in the camera case is not in here. Quotes in here. It's in here. Run back. I'm sorry. And then the backstreet boys are late running to find them because these guys are useless. That's that's a great sentence. There. Just a great center. And that's right. When I came back, and he's white. I look over what he goes. It's not in here. It's not in there. I guess they're going through my backpack. It has to be somewhere. It's not in there. We we have this. It was under the table because Alison through the thing under the table bag. I'm like I'm like now I had never met. My Kollek senior was there with his wife, and I turned around and eat her for the first time, and I'm like go away because I'm going to kill you. It's so nice to meet you. Under the table. And that doesn't even that doesn't even come close to what he did knack that wasn't the bad part. What happened next? So we have to go to the airport to catch a flight. So we go back to the hotel again. This is my second time going back there. And I have we have a claim ticket because we left our luggage there. So I love that. He's Vilis shaking his hanger. Like, this isn't true. So we go back to the hotel to get he takes the claim ticket goes inside gets the luggage. Comeback comes back in we go into the airport with I take my he brings his suitcase takes the suitcases and sit down, and I have all this stuff of Billy's that I have to put in my suitcase because he doesn't know how to pack. It's not my bag. It is a small bag that looks like my bag, and I'm like, are you kidding me? This is not my bag and Bill. He's like oh sorry. I'll just wait here. I'm like, what am I? Yes. So I had to go back to the hotel again really earned this bag. What happened what happened? We we have to rush to the airport because we have a flight that's very close to the time. So we're going to taxi to go to the airport. Do me a favor, you're the bathroom. All this stuff with backstreet boys in his stupid battery pack, so I didn't have that stuff with you. When you came back and saved us the headache. But we're not going to go there. So I said, you know, what you go to the bathroom. I'll take care the luggage. I give them the tags. Go in when we got there that thing was full of luggage. And there was a lot. And I knew her bag was great. But that's all I knew about it. Right. When we come back to take it. There's only like four bags in there, and there was one gray bag. So I grabbed mine aggregate, the grey bag, I handed tickets to the person, he said, okay? Thank you. I loaded up, and then she comes in and we go to the airport, and then we realized that maybe I slipped up and I grabbed the wrong suitcase. That's it. No big deal. Galliani in the middle the calm down. They're going to arrest us. Sending all these threatening. Look at me. Don't say a word to me when I get back there. And she's cursing. I don't wanna see you again. I don't want to ever talk to you again, go through security right now. And I'm like, well, listen conduct. I was kind of playing it off like I was going to wait for it to be nice. But in reality, I didn't have anything to do with all this stuff. It had to go in her suitcase. I had to wait for her to get back there. Anyway. So you could put all this stuff. So I'm kind of trying to do something to help you because this all came from me tried to help her to beginning. Don't even look at me. And then she thinks she's. Don't look at me. Here. You're going to get arrested. Well, this is horrible. We get through security. Starving. Ninety days. I can't believe it. And to our still until the. Do all this stuff. Just calm down a little worse. The worse. You're listening to the best of that Dan lebatardshow on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. Nothing is more.