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LaKeith Stanfield's 'Most Challenging Role'; Great Backyard Bird Count

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LaKeith Stanfield's 'Most Challenging Role'; Great Backyard Bird Count

"From npr and wbz. I'm tanya moseley. And i'm peter o'dowd this is here now lawyers for former president trump. Get their chance today to defend him in the us senate. Trump's second impeachment trial enters its fifth day and his lawyers. Do have a lot to respond to republican. Senator bill cassidy of louisiana last night after the prosecution rested its case There's a proverb your mind is persuaded but you should hear the other side but your mind persuading but you need to hear the other side you don't make a decision as a juror until you hear both sides period into story. Npr congressional correspondent. Susan davis is following the proceedings. And she joins us. Now i su- hey there so we just heard senator cassidy suggests that he found the house managers arguments. That trump incited insurrection persuasive. So what is the trump team strategy as it gears up to rebut those arguments. Well we know that they don't plan to take very long. One of his defense attorneys david shown spoke to reporters yesterday on capitol hill and said they could wrap the defense in as little as three or four hours. They are given sixteen hours over two days but they think they're gonna wrap pretty quickly. You know i think part of this is these are defense lawyers. That are going in with it. Pretty confident of the outcome were pretty confident that there are not the votes to convict in the senate. So i don't think that they want to take up too much time. And if they do you know wrap their case relatively early than the senate will move onto the next step of the trial. Which is when senators get to ask questions of both the impeachment managers and the defense team up to four hours. All right. well we did. Just wrap up. Three days of presentations from the impeachment. Managers trying to lay out their case against trump. Yeah just briefly. What are some of the takeaways that we have seen this week so far. Well i think the first thing to remember is a more. We're going to hear this. Core part of the defense team's argument today is that they don't believe. The trial itself is constitutional. They're going to argue that. The senate cannot have an impeachment trial for president. That's already left office. The impeachment managers in some ways. One that argument already The senate had a procedural vote the beginning of this trial to put the senate to put the question to the senate and the senate agreed fifty six votes to forty four that they did have the power to have this trial on six. Republicans joined democrats in that so. It was a bipartisan view. I also think that they tried to get in front of some of the other arguments. They anticipate the defense will make today. One of those key pillars of the defense. Is this question over. The first amendment was president trump just using his protected free speech rights when he made those comments of the january six rally and that is the argument. The defense will make that you know flam if political speech even inflammatory political speech is protected by his first amendment rights. The the impeachment managers countered that you know people like the president. Don't have the same first amendment rights like you and i do. If they are using speech that would undermine the oath of office they take to uphold the constitution. That isn't itself is an impeachable offense trump advisor. Jason miller confirmed today that three republican senators who are also jurors by the way met mike lee of utah. Ted cruz of texas and lindsey graham of south carolina. They met with trump's attorneys yesterday. What do we know about that meeting. And whether people think did cross any lines well if this was a trial in a court of law it would absolutely crossed the line. But it's not. It's a political proceeding so super senators aren't bound by the sort of same that they would be. Otherwise it's not that unusual you know in the first round of impeachment senate majority leader mitch. Mcconnell famously said i'm not an impartial juror here and worked with the trump. mp the trump defense team the first round to sort of plan their defense. He's not doing that this time around. Which is notable unto itself. The majority leader has told senators that they should vote their conscience on this. They are not whipping. The vote in other words is there not putting this as it sort of test of party. Loyalty saying you do what you need to do. So i think it's pretty obvious that senators like those three are never going to be votes to convict and the anything. They've been trying to help the defense team because quite frankly that first day of when they first had their chance to make arguments in the constitutional question. They didn't do so great. You know they were a bit rambling. There have been all over the place. And i think that they're trying to help them help themselves. You both sides not impressed with the defense. Not at all there. No so after the defense does present its case. Maybe they'll end today. We'll see senators are going to have a chance to ask questions as you said. What will you be looking for in the question period. I'm really honestly most focused on the questions. From republicans that could be potential swing votes and we have heard from senators this morning. Like mitt romney of utah and lisa. Murkowski of alaska saying they have quite a few questions for both the defense team in the house impeachment managers so i think people are going to be listening really closely to senators like those to see if the questions will tell them anyway. They're going to vote like i said. We don't expect a conviction. But if more than one republican senator votes to convict it would be the most bipartisan impeachment. In american history we will soon see npr. Susan davis thank you so much. You're welcome well. One of former president donald trump's lasting legacies will be the staggering number of young conservative judges. He appointed nearly one in four trump appointees and they play an important role in our democracy. Federal judges are appointed for life. Which means they will rule for. Generations will now president. Biden's time there are few key judicial vacancies and he's taking swift action to fill them. And mario covers legal affairs for the washington post and she joins us now via skype to talk more about this process and welcome. Thanks for having me okay. Let's i do a little appointment one. Oh one the president nominates district court and court of appeals judges and then the senate confirms them. What vacancies can can president biden. Fill now and which judges could retire. In and create these new vacancies as you mentioned. Donald trump did have a record success in nominating judges at a very fast pace working with mitch. Mcconnell in the senate But now biden has opportunity especially with democrats narrowly controlling the senate for at least these two years here to make his own mark on the judiciary So he comes in with not that many openings other now seven on the circuit court of appeals and about more than sixty on the district. court's What i wrote about are the number of judges who are eligible to take what's called senior status and step back from active service and create new openings for him There's particularly a lot of judges on the ninth circuit and california who could step back also on the fourth circuit virginia. So i'm expecting that. We'll see sort of a wave of retirements in the coming weeks. In fact there was one new one today on the really influential. Dc circuit court of appeals in washington. And it's important to note that these judges have a lot of power politically. It's why their roles are are so important right. Sure everybody thinks of the supreme court and donald trump did get three a nominees to the supreme court But really it's the circuit courts of appeals and the district court the trial court level that takes thousands and thousands of cases and are the last stop for a lot of litigation on immigration policy on abortion gun rights on the supreme court takes a very limited number of cases. So it's these other courts that are affecting people's lives. The biden administration won't be using the american bar association to vet nominees. This is the first time that a democratic president is taking this action. why is president bypassing. The rates are traditionally democratic administrations. Have gone to the bar association of in advance of announcing their nominations to get reviews answer but determination of whether or not nominees are are well-qualified. The biden administration is taking a page from the trump administration. And not doing this for one thing. It really speeds up the process if you these candidates before waiting for this review from the aba but biden is also looking for a more diverse pool of candidates for the bench. People who are public defenders and civil rights attorneys in the criticism. Is that in the past. The aba has really favored people with experience in lawsuits and trials and they may have sort of prohibited those diverse types of candidates. So they say they'll still consults with the aba but they're not gonna go to them first or use them as sort of a gatekeeper. Also republicans rely on the federalist society for judicial recommendations. Where do democrats get their ideas for nominees right. And so trump really did rely on a list from the federalist society. On his first white house counsel don mcgann and mitch mcconnell all worked hand-in-hand the democrats have many more of these interest groups that are also putting in many lists of candidates there several of them one of them's the american constitution society but they have many more groups than just just want like the federalist society you know. The clock is ticking. For the biden administration because of democrats lose the senate in the midterms. That would actually make it harder. Right for them to confirm judges. What are some of the other ways that the biden team is is working to push these confirmations through now right so biden himself was on the senate judiciary committee the top democrat for many years so he knows the inner workings of this process. A ron. clean his Chief counsel on the committee so they have a lot of experience and they know that you have to move quickly and take advantage of these openings. And they saw what happened with the obama administration of the last two years of the administration. They really weren't able to get any judges through biden's council. Dana ramos has already sent a letter to senators Before they even took office saying we're going to act fast. We need your recommendations quickly within forty five days of vacancy becoming open so that that's another way they're going to try to do this quickly. And what about the supreme court. I mean as you mentioned earlier. We all think about the supreme court trump chose three supreme court justices so if there is a retirement what what kind of justice has biden signaled he. He would nominate yes. They're all eyes are on justice steven brier who's to as a potential vacancy for biden biden has vowed to fill that with a black woman So i think that's what a lot of folks are are looking at on briars pressure because as we all know justice ruth bader ginsburg have been under pressure and did not before her death and that allow trump to fill her vacancy and mario covers legal affairs for the washington post. Thank you so much for for joining us in laying this out for us. Thanks for your interest. A cloud continues to hang over this. Summer's olympic games in tokyo today. The president of the tokyo organizing committee resigned after he made sexist comments about women. The games are set to begin on july twenty third year after the pandemic i delayed them but the corona virus is still raging around the world and it's unclear what will happen over the next few months. So let's talk with an athlete. Twenty-three-year-old sprinter noah lyles is a favourite to qualify for the games. It would be his first olympics and he joins us now on a skype line noah. Welcome how do you stay prepared and motivated with so much uncertainty still swirling around the olympic games this summer. I really believe that it will happen. You know they say it's going to happen Keep trying it's going happen. I can't really think about what might happen either way i'm going to have to train yet going to have to run now. I know you've struggled with asthma in the past. Is that a concern of yours over the last year during the beginning of the pandemic it was definitely concerned. It makes me more of a high risk Especially you with how cove it affects the heart and affects breathing. And everything like that. So definitely makes me. No one. geico has a lot more than other people do and then to really wanna make me get the vaccine when is available. You know another thing. I know you have been quite open about. Actually is the difficulties that you've had in your life with mental health and your battle with depression. Can you tell me about that. yeah. I'm very bobo with my Depression i have depression anxiety as most people actually do. I just feel that a lot of people. Don't talk about it. And i feel that now as somebody that people look up to i kind of have somewhat of job to save was no. I'm struggling with. Because i know that other people are dealing with depression out there and it just got even more difficult when the black lives matter moment happened. Hannah's winning. I really decided okay. I'm already there be and derby's been going well with now getting hit really hard. I feel that. I need to go on medication asian. I've been so much better. That's good. I'm glad to hear that. Now you right you say that a lot of people look up to you and that's why you talk about this. I think might be helpful for them to hear like how you felt. How bad was it for you. it's pretty bad. A lot of people who pricing my interviews or even see me race before now that i'm a very bubbly person Emotion a very excitable but during those months where we tried in the house in There are a lot of process going on. We were dealing with what seemed like more killings than normal in the black community. I was very quiet. Reserved It was hard to get any type of emotion out of me. My mom came down because she knew that i was. You know struggling. And i remember my mom brother being the car and i was in the back and they were talking they were laughing advocates on and literally i could hear my head. Yeah that was funny. And i couldn't laugh and i was just life yeah. Something's wrong me like this is normal. Make it hard to run. I don't think it made it hard to train order but around other people. I didn't feel like. I can engage conversations with my teammates. I have a really good friends. Invite tracked group though when my brother being there and the live my american trading partners we are always joking smiling laughing together and i felt like i was always just looking at them. Having fine engage in it. Well thank you for sharing that. I heard you also mentioned your art. So i wanna point out that you're a musician to not only. Are you an amazing sprinter. But you're you're a musician you go by the name. No joe eighteen. And i wanna play one year singles. If you don't mind it's called pain to heart under the marfo dark dark and in the rain it don't feel the same. I try to ease the pain of the day but at this game and make a goal and a bullets. The hey might ease the pain. Ease the pain house. Music influenced your life. I've always been music. My mom would last music in the mornings. All the time when i was younger and i've always been love with listening to music fell that it definitely evokes a different attitude in how i train i do are how i act around the house Everybody knows that up. Because i blast music in the mornings. The mood and my mom's actually shocked because she was over my house during christmas. And i was playing a lot of eighties music and my mom was like. I didn't know you knew these songs or that. You played them like like I was playing jill scott to see Janet jackson as she was just like i listened to that i was like well. I can't really listen to rap. When i'm trying to paint kind of steady the hand so look you're you're just twenty three years old. You might be on the verge of going to the tokyo olympics. You're a musician artist. Where's your road taking you. What dreams do you have for yourself. I don't know now. I that there's a lot of pressure on people to know where they're going and usually i just do what i love. And so far it's been working We recently just made a foundation. The lions brothers was foundation. Which is a nonprofit that help other kids who were like bryant in really want to do something in education but they really loved. Pass track of the money to do it so we usually try to help them through our foundation. We started that in december. Actually well a lyles track star trying to make his first olympic games this summer in tokyo. You also race. Tomorrow at the indoor grand prix meet in new york. Best of luck to you. We're going to keep an on you. Okay thank you. it's lunar new year. Which means a nonstop celebration over several days filled with food gift-giving fireworks and family well for the second straight year. Corona virus restrictions put a damper on celebrations throughout the world including china. We're hundreds of millions of people. Hope to make the annual journey home to reunite with their families kqed.org khloe felt men takes us to san francisco which typically hosts one of the country's oldest and largest chinese new year parades and this year will be different when i met donna. Hang a few days before last year's chinese new year parade. She said nothing was going to keep her away from celebrating on the streets with her community. Not even a mysterious disease. What's the difference a year makes. We obviously did not know how the corona virus less when we caught up via video chat. This week in tells me she's been mostly housebound in san francisco taking care of her ninety three year old mother she seen property management business plummet. There's been tons of vacancies. And i can't fill them. It's been hard. It's been hard and she says she's really going to miss the annual chinese new year parade. It's been canceled this time because of the pandemic so this year brings all about keeping the traditions going at home getting the fresh flowers buying the oranges. The fresh chicken preparing their home vows. That's the small reg pipe envelopes filled with money that people give gifts at new year and special occasions. She also plans to tune into the annual broadcast special. It's time to celebrate the year of the ox. We know that everyone would love to come out to watch the lion dances. The dragon dances the dancers. Here the fire packers and stuff like that. Unfortunately we just fell to be responsible of us. Actually hold a live performance this year. Parade organizer william g says his team decided to cancel the twenty twenty one parade las summer after consulting with city health officials. But he says it's still important to help the community feel connected to traditions so for the first time the tb special will attempt to translate elements. From what would have been the live parade to the screen like a video appearance by this years. Grand marshal bay area. Native john shoe known for directing crazy rich asians but that always to experience the year of the oaks outdoors like visiting the eleven beautifully painted life size sculptures scattered around the city. They're all different. I meet local artists. Monique signed by her creation. Outside city hall zion's ox is bright yellow and orange with cute little heart shaped flowers adorning. Its cheeks the people thinking. If the forceful but usually in nature is very gentle giant says the represents hard work patience on state qualities. Everyone could use right now. You know people are so much afraid of charter now. Because we can see where the viruses. But i think it's only the heart within yourself that you can generate a years lust nuts. Chinese people in the bay area have been hit hard this posture. They've been a target of xenophobic rhetoric and attacks including against the elderly and things have been bad for business to according to san francisco's chinatown community development center. Small chinese owned businesses usually make thirty percents of their annual revenue in the lead up to the new year celebrations. So they'll be taking a major hit this year. That's why longtime fan ing says. It's especially important for people to feel a sense of community pride right now. Still have to try to think normal do things normally as best as you can. Ing says shintom. Just got the covid vaccine. So she's looking forward to checking out the sculptures and hoping the parade will return to san francisco city streets for here and now i'm khloe velzen support for here now and the following message come from sudi. Why spent months coating can build powerful customized applications in days. Zuhdi offers an affordable solution to build apps for your business apps that integrate into all your current systems data sources and you're zuhdi subscription always includes unlimited apps and unlimited users learn more at zuhdi dot com decades before the civil rights movement of the nineteen fifties and sixties. Marcus garvey attracted millions of followers with a message of black self sufficiency and black nationalism. In africa for our black history month's special series the seismic influence complicated. Legacy of marcus. Garvey listen now to the through line. Podcast from npr a global semiconductor shortages up ending markets worldwide. You might not know it but these small little chips are in your cell phone video. Game consoles fighter jets cars. Gm expects to take two billion dollar hit and it's extended a shutdown three manufacturing plants because of the shortage some analysts say the auto industry could lose up to sixty billion dollars worldwide. Patrick moorhead is a semiconductor analyst and founder of more insights and strategy patrick. Welcome thanks for having me on the show. I appreciate it. Oh sure we're glad to have you. Can you explain what's going on here. Why is there a global shortage of semiconductor chips. So first off there is unprecedented demand for pc's and pc peripherals that's where this all emanates which is really all about covid so first off. Who had pc's wanted better pc's and then Without being able to enter having entertainment outside like go to movies and things like that we wanted More xboxes Tv's which which even put more stress on the on the supply chain where most of these chipmakers based so most of the chip makers are based in taiwan china and south korea We do have domestic production with companies like global foundries intel and micron but that is a percentage Has declined precipitously over multiple years. I think you know you can imagine the fear of chip that might need to go into banking equipment military equipment that is x. Miles away from south china okay so demand is higher than ever. It includes things like phones. Pc's and video game consoles but also this is pretty. Prominent and prevalent in the automotive industry and carmakers are predicting big losses this year and even shutting down some production because of the shortage. What's happening in the industry. There rely on these chips. Yes it's it's really sad to see when these manufacturing plants are spinning down But unfortunately the auto industry miss called demand What happened was they saw covid. They got conservative and they pulled back their forecasts for these chips so They they made a mistake. They didn't necessarily see that people would still want to buy new cars even during the pandemic. Well well no. You saw yesterday. That industry leaders including intel's ceo. We're asking the president to address. The shortage is a part of his cove recovery plan and he is expected to sign an executive order in the coming weeks. That will likely try to promote domestic production of these chips. So what do you think. Does the industry actually need government help so this has been in practice for thirty years. Chipmakers have gone to governments to get some subsidies to build ship making factories in their country. It's a smart. It's more of an investment right. This is not some Giveaway here because When you build a chip manufacturer you bring a lot of high paying jobs but even more importantly you bring an entire ecosystem to your country and it ends up being a net positive investment. It's amazing the chips are tiny but they're incredibly important to so many facets of our life patrick moorehead's semiconductor analyst founder of more insights and strategy. Thank you very much extra. Appreciate it for the new film judas and the black messiah is out today and it tells. The story of fred hampton the chairman of the chicago black panthers. In the late nineteen sixties played by daniel kaluga region revenues revenue brought in hampton was killed in december of nineteen. Sixty-nine in a police raid orchestrated by the fbi. And this film lays out how that came to be by also telling the story of william o'neil a man recruited by the fbi to spy on the panthers organization. O.'neil provided the fbi with the floor plan to hamptons apartment. Prior to that raid judas. In the black messiah is directed by shock king and joining us. Now is one of the stars of the film. The keith stanfield. Who embodies the complicated role of neil for this film la- keith. Welcome to here now. Thank you from okay. So judas and the black messiah keith. if fred hampton was the black messiah that makes you judas. what was it that drew you to this role. Yeah it makes me ill judas. What drew me to the role was actually not the role itself. It was the idea that i would be playing champions for dancing. Because that's what i assumed. I would be doing when i got the script because i was one of the first people that was approached about the film shocker. And he told me about affiliates. He was just writing The chronicle the story in the black panther party and i was really excited to hear that. Because i always wanted to do a movie that talked about these things especially black panther party who i loved growing up there too nasty inches courageousness in order to take on the largest most powerful government in the world and tell them no which is not right so i was doing spark and then he told me i'd be playing. I bombed long until i started doing a little bit of digging into new as much as i couldn't try to find who he really was. And what motivated him. And i realized a lot of what motivated him was his own fear with not being able to be free not being able to live his life which at age seventeen which is when he came in contact with the fbi is something. That's really big to your freedom right. And i wanna get into that freedom because i mean we see all of this in the film because money is a motivator. Poverty is a motivator all of those things. There's a scene in the film with you. And jesse clements who plays fbi agent roy mitchell on fbi. Recruiter and mitchell believes the panthers are a threat he even says. They are the same as the kkk k. k. Your character seems more concerned in this particular scene with getting paid. Let's listen you may. We're living so jagged relies on good information Nobody else no some bonuses all. I'm counting on but to answer your question. Scratch my back. i'll scratch yours. This is such a powerful scene because it subtly underscores what desperation and poverty can make us. Do how do you interpret o'neill's decisions particularly in that scene. I feel like o.'neil. He the kind of care to their we wanted to portray was one. That was young scrappy on that was kind of industry kind of life with do things like still cars anything you can do for money. So he was the kind of person that really valued money and power and so when he was faced with an fbi. Agent that might offer this kind of power that he always thrives have and money goodness. That's freedom isn't it. And that's what he equated those things to in so his ambition was to have that even over. You know over a group that he wasn't politically aligned with now. A lot of people like to think that people were you know especially black people in the country at the time where either black panther party rah rah really with your life on the line and see change or that. You hate black people. We're always talking about it. In this way this binary way absolutely. Yeah and i think there's definitely there's a middle spot where there was. Some people who are necessarily down with the black panthers. Were doing but also warrants politically. You know apolitical and so i think there's an interesting version of a black person gets seen moments with o'neill where it's not that he's all the way You know sort of radicalized into the establishment status quo and he's not all the way into the rebellion either. He's like look. I wanna make some money. But i think that decision it caused more decisions down the line. If you watch the movie you'll see. It just gets worse than worse than he starts out doing things that just jaguar on moving. And then you find yourself in the spot where now you have to make really tough in bads Do you see him as someone that we should sympathize with. You know. it's a tough because on one hand you have someone that did something that was obviously very reprehensible in health caused the death of someone that we holding really high team in regard. We also have to understand that women. Nil is not the only part of this puzzle in fact the us government is arguably a bigger part of the puzzle. So to me. If there's a constituency that really deserves to be scrutinized usually not to say that. He doesn't because william definitely made his own decisions and i don't agree with a lot of the stuff that he did and i don't think we should herald a hero. I think we should learn from it. But the government themselves. We have to put up on the on the block of judgments so to speak to say. Why would you guys doing this. Why did you choose the black panther party to be the number one threat to america while meanwhile there are people that are members. The kkk still occupying slots in office. I think we have to know. Really hold hold them accountable for a lot of this stuff. That went on there. La- keith. before. I let you go i gotta ask you. You're drawn to roles where characters go through transformations in atlanta and sorry to bother you and short-term twelve. How has playing bill. O.'neil changed you. William o.'neil has presented not the most challenging role of Play i never really had played a character yet where i really had to dive deep into my own moral own moral standing and go against that in order to find something in the character that made the care to playable to me or made made it makes sense to me in a way So you know. It was a struggle being on set every day. There will be times where. I questioned whether or not. It was the right decision to even to pick this character and How to balance that out so it was tough. But i'm really glad. I went through learned the bathroom. I can imagine and i think people are going to take away so much of what you said in watching this film you know i also wanna ask you something else. It's about your social media persona. I follow you on instagram. I watch her. Instagram lives lakeith. I'm always thinking okay. Who is lucky. Gonna be today. Why are you do this. And how do you decide what version of yourself. You're going to show us. Because i think a lot of people follow celebrities. Because they're thinking they're going to get a sense of the real person. I'm i have an imagination. And i love having fun and i don't i don't really take things too seriously. You know in a lot of times. my social media presence reflects that i have fun with the thought i just love engaging with the audience laughing with people and so that's a lot of what you see on but yeah i love acting too so you might see me show up as a different persona. You might see me office. Someone unrecognizable from the person that union with the gel guard like a year ago. So yeah i just have fun with it. You know engaged within a certain opportunities. It's used something that can be a force for good as well like my music which coming which Also be your social media. Actually if you want to see the real assad me you'll see that in my music so he's reflected any music. Okay i lied. I have one more question. And you know aside from your innate talent one of the the big appeals is that you feel like a normal guy. I mean like the boy keith. I went to school with or the guy who lives across the street. I mean do you feel like the blossoming of your career is in a way a testament to change in hollywood. I dunno. I don't really look to hollywood like that. I got that much. Faith in hollywood because to me hollywood's a business and it's not really a spiritual movement type thing as people try to make it to be really. Sometimes i think that because of the things that we do which has story tale which isn't such a grand in you know very large scale it seems like hollywood is the bearer of the souls but the souls of the barrier of hollywood and the way that we live life in the things that we do in experience. Hollywood tries to reflect so if we don't like what we're seeing in hollywood it's like the laws we live. Gotta be different. The real important thing is us being able to break out from the out and be better versions of ourselves than we were yesterday and then hollywood flick that inevitably anyway because they're trying to keep cassese china keep up. I love it la- keith. Stanfield star of judas and the black messiah. Thank you so much for this conversation. And thank you for your work. thank you. Volunteers across the world will help scientists this weekend by simply spotting birds the annual great backyard bird count inspires people on every continent record tens of millions of birds into a scientific database over a four day period celia. Ups jepson of the kansas news service loves birds and decided to find out what the count is all about. There's a lot to learn. Just outside your. I recently recorded this bird. My suburban kansas city homes. Here is a covid techno mark. Robins listened to my recording. He's an ornithologist at the university of kansas biodiversity institute and he says that mouse is likely in my yard because of people. I'm sure you. Tim house is much more common in kansas now than it was when europeans arrived. This suburb probably wants prairie full of grassland birds. Now it's lawns and scattered trees that attract tit mice and house sparrows tracking which birds are in my neighborhood and when can help scientists studying population changes and migration becca redux key bish works for the cornell lab of ornithology. She helps lead the annual great backyard. Bird count. it runs this weekend through monday. Anywhere that birth exist which is everywhere. We want people to tell us what they see. North america has about three billion fewer birds today than in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy one in four birds are gone. Half of grassland birds. Birds are losing their habitat to development. They're slamming into windows and threatened by pesticides and cats. Getting people to count birds in their area. Not only helps. Scientists collect data it also opens the public's eyes to that loss stay start to realize. Wow like i you know. I'm not seen as many birds. We get that all the time you know. Fifty years ago. I saw so many birds and now i'm only seen these species cornell's massive bird database called ebert and it can be a bit intimidating for beginners so this year people can ease into it with a simple app called merlin. It shows photos of species. You might see in your area this time of year you click on a bird to tell cornell you saw it but ideally cornell wants more detail if you use the ebert app you'll answer things. Like how many cardinals did you see what other birds were. Around the same time cornell hopes newbies will start with merlin get hooked and switched to ebert people use e birdie around they've reported nearly one billion bird sightings since two thousand and two ebert numbers have fed into hundreds of research papers the help scientists draw detailed migration maps species by species. I decided to try it for a few weeks. Logged more than twenty species near home then. I went in search of one bird that someone reported on the app two days earlier. I am at the baker wetlands on the outskirts of lawrence. And i'm looking at this great fantastic grassy expanse with lots of puns. And the one that. I really wanna see. Today is a duck called the northern shuffler It's really colorful. It's bright it's got this iridescent green and add chestnut red brown on it and the sort of like wacky oversized. Bill that i think would be really cool to see. There's a bunch of ducks hold up. Let's see if we can figure out what it is. This is unbelievable. First birds that i'm seeing are northern shovellers. The just landed on the pond in front of me. Oh they're so pretty. This is when i ran into an expert. Burder al sherm accor- he helped me identify. Count ducks to log them. In bird said see six seven eight ten twelve. There's thirteen god wall and four seven twelve fourteen. Eighteen twenty three twenty seven twenty. Nine shovellers schumacher is a pastor from a small town. And our away who got the scoop on a kind of herron that was recently. 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342: No Such Thing As A Presidential Fight Club

No Such Thing As A Fish

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342: No Such Thing As A Presidential Fight Club

"Hey everyone. Welcome to this week's episode of Fish I just WanNa let you know that the episode your about to listen to was recorded live at the London podcast festival at kings place and that it was recorded just a few weeks ago. That's right. We actually managed to do a live Gig in the year twenty twenty it was such a night. It was actually the first time that the four of us have been in a room together since this whole pandemic kicked off, it's about seven months. So that was incredibly fun. It was amazing to see some of the fish listeners sitting out there in the audience. All sitting there with their masks on spread out around the auditorium so that we can make sure everyone was nicely socially distanced from each other and so big. Thank you to them. Big. Thank you to everyone who joined us online to watch as it streamed. It was I never global GIG as a result and most importantly a big. Thank you to the staff at kings place who made sure everyone felt safe going ahead with this GIG. So yeah, we hope you enjoy it. It's our first Gig of the year possibly our last hopefully not but here it is live in London in the year twenty twenty enjoy. Off. Hello and welcome to another episode of no such thing as a fish a weekly podcast this week coming to you live from the London podcast. My name is Dan Shriver. I'm sitting here with. Andrew. Hunt Murray James Harkin, and once again, we have gathered round the microphones with our core favorite facts from the last seven days and in no particular order here we go starting with my fact this week my fact is that Theodore Roosevelt once was shot in the chest but survived thanks to a fifty page long speech tucked into his coat pocket. He delivered the speech reading from pages that now had to massive bullet holes in them. and. He did a speech which lasted about ninety minutes. And that's what the idea of bullet points came from. Isn't it? Come on. It's been seven months. Yeah. This happened in one, thousand, nine, hundred he was in Milwaukee. It was on his way to the Milwaukee Auditorium and he was in an open top car and as you standing up to wave a gunman was called John Shrank, shot him in the chest basically at point blank range and the bullet still went into his body and was lodged inside his body. But rather than go to the hospital, he said, I'll just quickly Do, my ninety minute speech and you can actually see if you go online, they have a museum, the pages of this speech I say massive bullet holes. They are genus these two genomes, bullet holes but yeah, he was a bass like that. He wasn't that US like to make sure they hadn't penetrated his lungs he coughed into his hand three times and check for blood to make sure that you didn't have to go to hospital. All of his aides were sort of standing around. They were quite nervous about this. They thought he should go to hospital lots of the crowd. He announced right at the start. He said friends I, ask you to be as quiet as possible. I don't know whether you fully understand that I have just been shot and so people were standing. So ready to catch him at the side of the stage basically, and he kept glaring at them and he refused to even cut it short. Did he not to miss out the word that the bullet holes had gone through? And actually didn't make any sense. Came out with a redacted speech. He wasn't giving us all the Info on. Did you guys see this allegedly happened when he announced by the way? I've just been shot right at the top before he got into the actual stuffers on his patriots apparently when he said that someone in the crowd shouted fake. Donald, trump is alive. Supposedly. He stepped forward and said, no no, it's real his. This guy had to come and his finger in the home. They left the bullet in didn't they never think because it was too dangerous to extract it so just kept it in forever, but he's an telegram to his wife I think stray after giving the speech. He dictates the telegram to her when he was on his way to hospital saying he was in excellent shape and he just had little injury no more serious than one of the trivial injuries that kids were always getting. Children neglected. INTO LAS. It is one of those things that makes you understand why they're generations who say that the might use to you can't imagine the. Snow Flake standing there and delivery and ninety minute podcast with bullet hole chests I wouldn't do it. I'm. Not GonNA lie. I mean he was what was interesting about him was he was very much into physical exertion. He was in pushing his body all the time. So to be the strongest he can be there's accounts of him where he would hang a wire over a river and it would be a foss flowing very dangerous river would currents and you would just hang on the rope just to bring his body strength. But like the risk of if he'd fallen into the water would be possible drowning. He's just like always on the edge Latino that's because he was brought up that way his parents with something called a muscular Christians. That sounds so cool. It sounds half cool. Does that They worship at the Church of our blessed lady of the six pack. Don't they? Yeah. A muscular Krisztian it's pretty much exactly what it sounds like. So the idea was to be a good Krisztian. You had to kind of look after your body and be really muscular. It was quite. misogynistic but it was of its time like it was basically men should be strong than they should look after the women kind of thing, and it was quite popular America at the time and according to Wikipedia. I. Read this for said, Muscular Christianity spread to other countries in the nineteenth century it was well entrenched Australian society by eighteen sixty though not always with much recognition of the religious elements. Plays. But. He was a wind initially wasn't he in his? He was well, a wimp is harsh asthma. So. Tells you about other in the school yard? I had a very specific role in the playground. Difficult childhood he had really bad asthma and he was he described himself as quite sickly in quite weak and you got beaten up as a teenager and found he couldn't defend himself and so he demanded boxing lessons from his dad and got them and he devoted himself completely to becoming someone who was able to beat the bills in future and yeah, it was hulk. There's lots of sources that say he was the first American to get brown belt in judo. which like a lot of his biographies claim he was certainly, very good. Judah, what's Brown deathly is blow black blow-black black that's not the greatest post. It's the one below black. Okay. Just as Brown's Yucky color knows but then black just has like these X. like first and second like black goes on toes fine. We'll talk later. Come makes me when you've got a black belt in judo. Do. Have you know secondhand? I think as well. I think he had mega anger issues as well because he wouldn't let something go there was a story that happened in eighteen, hundred six we still a second dining. Just love it joke. So I get to see you again. Eighteen Eighty six roosevelt his boat was stolen by these two thieves and they took the boats and they started riding away and rather than letting it go. He was like, no. I'm going to chase them and I'm going to get it back and he knew that they had such a head start. This would take days and so he was like screw it. I'm doing it anyway he decided to do it and this is how properity was. He took food that he wanted to take in pursuit. He also took a copy of Anna Karenina because he thought. From the next bullet. Yeah No, I think it was downtime. Like just GonNa. Bring a book. Tolstoy isn't it? So he was effectively a cowboy for some of his presidency life and he I think has been the same incident but he was tracing outlaws. I don't know if he was kind of a deputy sheriff or Deputy Marshal Summit got. He was chasing three outlaws at one point he caught them. He then had to watch them for forty hours where he was sort of bringing them in and he kept himself awake by reading tolstoy. Yeah. That was he was reading it and he was holding his shotgun over the kind of guy. He was reading the Way and finished Karenina halfway through the faulty hours and he was like, well, what am I going to do now one of the outlaws how the book and he said to me your book and he started Reading His Book Oh What's so funny did he read it to them I? Don't like Theodore Roosevelt. Lethal audiobook time or was it Loses head at the end maybe he was. Spoiler. Either metaphorically or literally we won't specify. But it involves a train there is no. There is no of listening to our podcast not read our Colorado. As you believe, you just did the I just lost all the online lists. Some people? And also I think she's leaning over to vomit on the railway. The train doesn't knock a head off as far as I remember is just a full on death by trade if we are really revealing the ending. We've committed now. So yeah. Okay. Amazing it's the thing that sort of attached to nineteenth century outlaw folktales. There's always sort of break to read a book jury chase always carry the everyone's GonNa book on them. How that the outlaw code I just wonder what the outlaws book was because it can't have been more tolstoy one of the. Having likely something really like. To. Stay. Cowboy practice actually when he was a kid, his parents used to stick him on a horse or in a carriage, just behind a horse and make the Horse Gallop at breakneck speed is faucet possibly could with his mouth open the Horse Teddy, with his mouth open because they took care of his asthma. He doesn't feel like that would work well. But didn't Thomas Jefferson tried to I think he successfully cured his diarrhea by horseback riding that's feels like that would kill your constipation rather than you'll diarrhea you would think, right? Yeah. Yeah. But you asthma sufferers on the carriage behind him and I just love these horse prescriptions. Get on a horse and Theodore Roosevelt kind of invented piranhas. Interesting. He. I stand by this site. What's happened Andy we got my notes. He did genuine you. So he wrote a book I think was in about nineteen thirteen. So he already been president by this point and he'd been shot and everything but he was he did lots of expeditions and big game hunting this he wrote this book through the Brazilian wilderness and in it, he has this long bet describing these ferocious piranhas that you get an Amazon and how they can strip a cow's flash from his bones in a few minutes and he said they will snap a finger off a hand in cautiously trailed in the water. I. Never witnessed an exhibition of such impotent savage fury. So that's all is basically Alexa him but the reason. Brown don't do that unless they're really. Unless it's really dry and they're really cramped together and it's really really hungry. Some of them have vegetarian for example, but. The ethical piranhas there are more and more. But they reckon maybe this is just a theory that when he was visiting the area where he saw this exhibition display of piranha activity, it's because his hosts had blocked off a bit of the river chucked a load of piranhas in their let it dry out not fed them at all and so by the time the Roosevelt arrived, they were really really really ready to eat. That's what made it up and are you saying he invented the Piranha because he's of invented our idea of the piranhas vicious animal. See. It's offer. Yeah. He's a tough boss given that he was a tough man. He kind of expected the same from his cabinet for instance, how this thing called the tennis competent, which was initially sausage. A way of him exercising with all his kind of younger employees and so was younger ministers would go out and play tennis with him and he thought tennis actually was really dull because he didn't really get to fight each other hand hand. Well. The ten is confident. The game was every day they had to get together and they picked a target on a map and without checking any of the terrain whether it was full of rivers or mountains or piranhas they walked that target without stopping without diverting from a straight course. So they ended up doing things like at one point they will all made swim through a half frozen river and yeah. Yeah Wow Yeah And he's big boxing fights in the White House didn't he where he invited professional boxes to come and bite him? Yes. You always to come and be on the president imagine if the current president for that Ah. Q. To move on very shortly, we'll have to talk about the most hot call member of the Roosevelt family. tyrrell's. She was amazed. She basically was such a harmful one stage Roosevelt said she kind of interrupted when he was doing something and he said I, can either in the country or I can attend to as, but I cannot possibly do both. She was totally hard call I mean to be fair. It sounds like he was basically running a fight club instead of president. Because he she ought to be able to traumatizing upbringing because his wife and mother died on the same day and news very upset about that understandably, and he refused to ever speak his wife's name again. But awkwardly, his wife's name was Alice as was his daughter's soon and so he never he refused to say his daughter's name after she was messed up about that and then they sort of made friends again a bit but she's to do crazy stuff like she smoked publicly on the roof of the White House she played poker she partied all night she kept. carrying. Bag around with all the time and what she just kept a dagger. Her pet snake was called emily spinach. Solution. Saris. Nichols go what emily spin it. He's finished great a copy of the Constitution. A tip from her dad and Casey go and assassination. Folded up as that she smokes top of the White House roof was because he said, he forbade her from smoking cigarettes under my roof SOC like fuck I'll go on the roof. Wonderful. Once. Once Roosevelt left and the next guy came in who was tapped and then. What Wilson after she was born from the White House wasn't. She buried Doodo of someone under the in the grounds. Of Tufts wife under the grounds before she left and then she made some kind of Ribald joke about Woodrow Wilson that no matter how what you Google, you can never find the show. Believe me. That's how I spent the last five days. But yet, everyone hated her who came up to her and they wouldn't learn the White House all how the woman who made a joke that's to root for the Internet. Stop the PODCAST, stop the PODCAST. Everyone we'd like to let you know this week we are sponsored by blink. 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So this is the Arctic Ground Squirrel and they are the most extreme hibernates on the planet there they live so far north. They, hibernate for about two hundred and seventy days of the year. Yeah. Leaving your. House for two hundred and seventy days. They don't even have Netflix. Anything. So. Yeah. They they. They slow down so much that the heartbeat twice a minute when they're in this sort of. State they can stop breathing for for several minutes at a time when they're in the state and most of the body gets down to almost minus three degrees Celsius. It's incredibly we don't know how they do it, but they don't freeze ice crystals don't form throughout them. They have some way of stopping little ice crystals forming and because that would kill them obviously, but they are. That cold and they just look like little stones on the ground basically. Yeah. So if you've got a bottle of water and you can kind of make really really really cold but then there's nothing fall at the ice to form around than it won't freeze and the same with the squirrels. But what that means is pick up one of these squirrels as high acing shake it will. Be Not would it frees at the same time as shake and then it would like smashing twice would be like a frozen squirrel. Shaking. Daybreak Asia, and as soon as you get a Tony, particle into their body presumably gets into their blood and. Even just like shaken that a little bit of carbon dioxide inside the blood might just come free not with everything with nuclear around that. Have periodic wakeup starting they were they sort of way and actually don't do much else really invites i. think like largely they don't even here in a they just wake up in order to go to sleep. Sleep but no, it's and yet snickering yeah, it's absolutely exhausting. So they've got this store of fat between their shoulders, which apparently axes sort of thermostats only better than staying functional when they hibernate when they get a bit to code, they shiver themselves awake, and if you watch a video of them is very sweet the bull that start shivering until the little ball of fat pumps blood around, and it's just so that they can wake about vibration in order to have a hours good sleep and go into the rem cycles have some dreams, and then otherwise they get sleep deprived in hibernation. You guys at this because you said, they had dreams I read one article and it was from Brian Bonds who is like the main guy on this subject and he said that they take love magic mushrooms just before hibernation and nobody knows why they do it. They try to get as much fat as possible. So they're trying to eat as much as possible, but it just so happens that the thing that they eat these mushrooms which are hallucinogenic can we don't know whether it gives them crazy dreams for the two hundred and seventy days. All whether deliver might be able to detoxify or something. So we don't really know it could be that for that whole to seventy days just thinking of dogs with nine legs. They do that quite. Chemically altered in lots of ways because I I didn't know that but the other thing they do to survive is that they produce steroids in their body massive massive levels of steroids during the summer months when the building up and they build their muscles by a third in size they increased by third in just a few weeks and now normally that would lead to what we call. Royd rage. Extra aggressive behavior real fury tiny testicles, tiny tests. And deeper urge to spread Christianity, of course. Do for some reason, they don't go into a rage so they can survive the testosterone coursing around them and the males have to stop when they when they do hibernate, and then this is a bit weird but testicles shrink a lot. So we we see that. But then when they wake up the testicles swell hugely and they get a massive extra rush of testosterone when they wake up the next time round and they basically go through puberty again, the basically do this every year. That's rough. Yeah. The males live way shorter than females. Do they live about six years? When they wake up, they do actually go into a sort of fighting frenzy with other males and then have puberty, and then they hope to meet and then I think the reason they live shorter is because they have to go through puberty six times in a life. Balancing. The voice pit. Yeah the ACNE AGAIN For longer than the females though on the they go to sleep a bit later than the ladies space it of store food and it will cash. Whereas the Ladies Fall Asleep and they wake up earlier in order to kind of get start getting ready for mating and essentially the females wake up about three weeks off the males and the entire waking life is waking up immediately being made it with within twelve hours of waking up by male being pregnant just dating for twenty five days carrying the ten going back to sleep. That's their lives. They probably need to law sleep after all that though they do. They have very weird burrow systems very, very clever burs systems actually. So they have three different kinds of house. They don't have one basic borough the way they know that it's because when you're researching Arctic ground squirrels research researching them, they have to make really detailed maps of where all the burrow entrances and exits are so that if you take one away to study them when you put them by you put them at the right door, you don't put them in someone else's house. So they don't notice when they wake up I have no idea. Someone's been rearranged the house basically I guess. So yeah, they didn't wake up and go where am I want my picture? You could put them the other way round when they're hibernating just a freak them out. So they think, oh, lovely are go to sleep facing my favorite not or whatever. They up facing the second favourite nut on you've that's. My wife, she goes sleep facing first favorites. She. She wakes up with the second. Say Facing her first Davis. Full woman. I was. Just a stray away for a second ball and hibernation I was reading a blog about hibernating hedgehogs and there was this wonderful thing where a person says way that you can tell that Hedgehog hibernating is because they look like they're dead. Basically if you go up to them, they're in a in the bowl. All you need to do is go right up to one year next to one and you know it's hibernating because you can hear it snoring. A little. Of A hedgehog and they snore when they hibernate them. And possibly not even then, but it's yeah. It's just from blog, but that's really sweet. I've affected about squirrels other squirrels California. Ground squirrels slightly different kind of ground squirrel. So in one, thousand, nine, hundred California basically decided to wage war on the squirrels and they had something called Squirrel Week where posters were put up all over the state encouraging the children of California to kill as many squirrels as they kershaw and there were posters just. Saying things like slay the mother square during breeding season March to May. Because they were quite invasive in the lot of crops and they carry bubonic plague, which is a bad thing so they'll look. But I mean it was pretty dog. So there was a pamphlet which advised how you could hook up your exhaust pipe to a squirrel burrows. Wipe out a whole batch of them and they were depicted with little. German. Soldier helmets because the first World War was still going on saying this is. We may be fighting Germany, but we're also fighting the squirrels. In Square Squirrel Week. The Children's California killed one hundred and four thousand squirrels just in that week. Oh. Prizes for the schools that did best wasn't wasn't one girl who had like a kill list of over three thousand alone. The head of the top of the PAG she went onto singlehandedly defeat the Nazis. The Cape Ground Squirrel is an interesting ground squirrel. and. That's because they can self for late and only can they do they do so? It's not like you're just telling people can. They prove it. For God's sake don't. Before, you show me your favorite, right. Can I all about this? Self, masturbating girl. masturbating is the only kind of masturbating James. Well. Go on if I do the fact, some of it out podcast. Because best debate, a pig for the. I don't think you'll masturbating I think you're just handy. because. There's a breeding program for pigs. I'm not I'm not sorry just. To. Dress the SIV. I think I would be masturbating. Pig is nine thousand. Technically that's probably not true. Really. Go and refill and all the forms. Renamed the Block. So They. They do it supposedly as a form of self medication. Okay. On the idea is that if they claim that genitals, it might stop them from getting an STI. Okay. I'm the best way for them to do that is to masturbate however they live in the desert and they can't afford to lose any water, and so they need to get the water back into their buddy. And so they clean the genitals and they take in. Fluids. Base to base three. Face. Five. Golly. Wow, whatever works that's the puck cash. Always learned something you didn't know. Yeah Right. Well. We've actually got to move on guys. We don't actually need to, but I really think we should. Have One more thing about this was about going to the loo in the middle of the night. So Victorian tourists. Nineteenth Century Taurus what you would do if you were a tourist in France because lots of. Accommodation would not have much in the way of sanitation women would purchase an object which was sold called the in odorous standard. Pale. Pale is in bucket and it had a Mahogany rim and a hermetically closing cover and it was basically A. Chamber part but the thing was it was disguised as a hatbox so you could carry it around without embarrassment. But. You definitely don't put your hawks in it. If someone asks, can I borrow your books I've got A. Hat I need to carry. Who is the excuse to recommended excuse you're supposed to? But it is a good excuse if you accidentally pissing someone's. We need to store next backstage. It is time for fact, number three and that is James Okay my thought. This week is that in thirteen, eighty, five, a four year court case began after two nights embarrassingly turned up to a battle wearing the same coat of arms. Embarrassing. They completely motives go home to their both fight the battle they both the battle. It was a bit later that the court case happened. So this was during the hundred years' war with France. In. Five on Scotland had signed a pact with France and some French soldiers had arrived north of the border and so Richard the second just come of age trying to kind of show that he meant business. He decided he was going to invade Scotland, and so they all went over this big army to invade Scotland and when they did, there was a guy called Richard Scoop spelled scope but pronounce group he was the first baron of Bolton and so Robert Groves, nurse of Cheshire and they both turned up on they realized that they had the exact same coat of arms, which was an as your with a bend all that's a blue background with a gold sash and everyone felt very awkward. Okay sounds amazing. The case really was it was a WHO's who of the faulting century. Really. I. Think it was a bit of a fix this. So it was it was it was screw of Bolton against grosvenor gesture, but it was it was held I think in York Minster And in York Minster. Coat of arms was all over the place. It's kind of subtle branding for this group side. Yeah. I should say it's not the Good Bolton in Lancashire. It's ship Bolton in Yorkshire That's why did they had his curve? Got It. That makes more sense actually I was wondering about that but then it turned out later on after this court case was over there was a third family all. So using the same coat of arms but they were in Cornwall and everyone said, well, it's calm. They said, basically, they said, well, it's a different country. So the rules are different there as at the time it was well, also the guy in call mole who claimed his crest was the same was guy called common now and he claimed his crest had been given by King Gotha, which was quite impressive considering he didn't exist. We didn't definitively not exist. Yeah King definitively, not exist. There are later reports of a character cooed anyway, but he's not an absolute. He's not like palm. Well, it's a good job you weren't in charge of this case. Wow Service. That's he didn't do any of the stuff. That sucks. Y-. Just a guy called. Arthur. It's kind of like Robin Hood. There's some with the name but none of the rest of his true. So it's not even worth it. Okay. Who of the century I wanted to know what coke case of the? Who's who of the sending a single person the fourteenth century they were that? What was that Geoffrey Chaucer? Yes exactly. What was that John of gaunt owing blend della? Yes. Him as well. They're not really isn't WHO's this Century was in this case, this is the most exciting court case of the era sound like a big deal. It really wasn't. It was quite dull. It was just basically everyone came in, and so let's say John of gaunt turned up John of gaunt would go in and he would say I want saw this guy with this farms on this date and I saw this guy with a color on this date and I saw this on this day, and then they got all of the evidence together and they worked out who had the best claim on it? Yes. PRECEDENTS WASN'T A. WHO's the first was? In the Court of Chivalry and the court. Of Chivalry is an exciting thing because this is a real cold that exists and it hasn't sat since nineteen fifty four. Okay the. Dead, isn't it is well, it might. It might be coming back. Wait a minute. But what were the knights of Amer in one thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, four, the nine, hundred, fifty, four case was a dispute between Manchester Corporation and Manchester Palace varieties over unlicensed use of the Manchester coat of arms that is dull but before that. Okay. There is a chance that the court of Chivalry is going to have to sit sometime soon because of weatherspoon's okay, this is so exciting. So. lost. Year. Barry Town. Council in Wales. His name. He, he invented the town council. Impressive. Guy. Barry Town Council. They were furious with weapons because weatherspoon's in Berry had put the coat of arms of Berry Berry, coat of arms. All the carpet in that pub Barry Town Council said, hang on a second. You've people walking on the Barry coat of arms maybe they're going to the bar maybe they're going to the toilet. We don't know where they're going. You know they got a dog with them. They said it was very disrespectful Tim Martin and the buses weatherspoon's refused to remove the carpet. He said it's a perfectly good carpet. We paid a lot of money for it. Just let it wear more replace a in ten years or say whatever They may yet go to the court of Chivalry if if anyone can be bothered. have to resurrect the entire God and do you think it will be a WHO's the twenty first century with? George Clooney Bracken. have. You ever met Bury Town Council I've met Berretta. Yeah I love the the rules of chivalry. The whole chivalry thing I didn't quite know what goes into becoming a night when you were made and you would kind of trained in order to become one but it was more than battle. It was all these things like you had to learn how to box wrestle run. You had to read right you had to play the harp and sing that was part of becoming A. Really Sweet. You want to be a very good that was part of the code of chivalry was you had to devotedly woo one woman and it didn't women could be married. That was fine. I think was constantly worrying married women get along simply didn't exist all. Yeah. Yeah. He was a figure of chivalry mythology but he was like a being to emulate who's GonNa Villes, knee? Yeah. So he went for. The top trumps. Yeah Yeah, you call kind of a also also I think figure of Chevelle Rick Myth so not real. So all of these people are sending the standard that you'll supposed to imitate, and the reason it will came in the Chevelle recode because nights was so badly behaved, they would just run rampant around the countryside. So there were lots of books written about how to correct nights behavior, and so they're all these courtesy books written in the twelfth. Century and thirteenth century, there was the book of the Civilized Man Directors at nights and it just had a bullet pointed list of rules. So don't spit don't talk with your mouth full don't take huge helpings. Don't bring your nose on the table cloth all things. That we would agree with. Pig. Auto. For. Late. In Mixed Company. Maybe, I. Don't defecate. Well. Sorry. To. Deprecate, you weren't allowed to attack your enemy while he was defecating. UNCHIVALROUS. Yeah. Unless, he's writing a whole secure, his diarrhea, which case. Have you heard of the Scottish court and what they do too badly behaving nights they will destroy your arms. I presume your coat. Very. Mean will break your stained glass windows which coombs in them they will smash any unwarranted seals. Again. But then they will issue a letter of horning. Okay. Of what owning like corn the horn. Like I've just given this pig, the whole. They do a lot of which denounces he was not law, and then they have three blasts of Horn as that means you have technically been put to the whole pretty exciting stuff. and. What does that mean to have been put as about eighty three Boston Norton but what's The ramifications. Him All right Tonight put to the horn to know why the cult coats of arms. It's because you used to have a coach that you all over your arms. Rama. Concerned. Yeah everyone was hoping that it was a native arms. That's the train, but you used to have your arm and you would always wear a cloak over and the reason being that if your fighting some were hot, then wearing armor is pretty bad like you're basically going to cook in there and so if you wore a cloak, then it could stop you from getting from the sun's rays from cooking. You always have to word this cloak and on the back of the cloak, it would have your arms, your coat of arms, and so that's why the work from. The superman basically like the original. Yeah. Saying who you are your logo on your back. So cool and the idea was you wanted people to know who you are because if you are an important person in battle, you don't want to be killed. You want to be captured. We don't want to be captured you want to win. Your second best. If you don't win, it's to die. The team talk. About right. We've given up on on the way, but we all go big. So. Yeah. So you wanted to be captured in. So you would have this kind of coats of arms so that people would see you on battle and not kill you. They think, oh, well, he's worth it. I'm GONNA, take him instead of killing him and then I'll be able to get some money catching someone else's shiny pogue. Yup. Very specific. The one, thousand, nine, hundred, four kids. Jeff Jesus. has a coat of arms. Is got to tortoises and a rocket a rocket. I'm just imagining and bull full name. I haven't seen. Is Jeff visas. You can just get the made because the college of arms in the UK except Scotland. Do you know what the Blue Mental Sweden at the College of arms gets paid each year I didn't know what most of those words Of coddling confrontation stuff though blue mental we've all pursuivant is a junior position at the college moms. What do you get paid tender? Seven shillings and sixpence half a crown three sticks and at that porcupine. Lovely. pokes. Voices Thirteen, nine, hundred, five. For for the ceremony where he was invested in his role, he had to buy a pair of Silk Tights, which cost double his annual salary. And he's not taxpayer funded for God's sake. Do you know what the? Words you said all all that language know what it's called. It's called Blazin. So in Heraldry, the weird language of heraldry, which is also stuff that we don't understand is cool blazin and all the vocab and it's also related to the the habits of Heraldry. So all the traditions. So for instance, as a difference between English and Scottish Heraldry Blazon, and that is how you arrays, Bez head, and so this is you know if you see volumes, then you'll sometimes have an animal like a line or bad. And if you've got an raised head, well, that means is that had it's been decapitated from a body or it looks like it's been torn off from body. So it's got sort of ragged edges in the neck You would have seen a lot but the utility, English coat of arms and a Scottish arms as a had an English heraldry is a raised horizontally under the neck and so it goes across and you get neck in whereas in Scotland it's a raised vertically and you cut the neck off. So imagine vertical line going down. So for bears got neck English. No Neck Scottish we've. been. Six obvious now and I think that is the least useful. Ever say. Galloping puzzle against the Scots which may will happen. Stop the PODCAST. Hello everybody. This week we're being sponsored by beer fifty, two and fifty two is the service which delivers to your door for you to drink not just any bear really delicious interesting base a different selection every month from all over the world. That's right and this month. October and you know what that means in the world October affairs, October fast that was a great German accent and thank you. There are a lot of Italians in Germany these days actually so that yes, it's October fest and that means bear fifty two are sending. October Fest Beamed Beers this month. which basically I think means German crawfish and let's face it. Germany does the best croff is so why don't you sign up now to get your craft selection to do that, you can go to build fifty to five to the numbers fifty two, dot com slash fish, and we need to do is cover the five hundred postage package and they will deliver the Biz for free straight to your door. That's right. So go to beer fifty two, that's be a five two dot com slash fish to claim your free case of Eight Craft Beers right now it's a great the website. On this. With the PODCAST. Need to move on our final factor, the show it is time for a final factor, the show and that is Anna. My fact this week is that the Audubon Bird Protection Society has warned its members against birds blaming. And so is planning is when a man annoyingly. If is what a man is awkwardly explaining something which he doesn't need to is burning in a bird explain something to you. We don't call them birds these day we call them women had already. Been Asleep for two hundred seventy. Days. Testicles are so saw. It's an an incorrect use of the S- planing etymology because it's not like a pigeon gets ready patronizing. It's basically this isn't an option on the old website, which is so this is like the authority on birds and bird writer a heisman she was inspired by bird watchers who do things like get extremely agitated if people refer to Canadian goose as opposed to Canada goose or a seagull but what does hate people going at seagull because there's no such thing as a seagull, their goals. By the sea seagull apparent is a nonsense time. A warning to birdwatchers is and I'm replacing it now that it can put people off. If as soon as you casually mentioned a Siegel in conversation, someone says, well, actually it's Goes so you don't make any sense. And The official word of of the watching society. That's my life with you three. Yeah sorry about that. But yeah. pedantic breed they can be and just to clarify yeah. Canadian. Goose should be accounted to goose. Goals, lots of eleven, different types of goal in the UK, and there is actually an account, a twitter account called out no such goal. What's on the name is no such thing as a goal and it's kind of about how goals seagulls don't exist, and so I don't really WANNA slang off people already pedantic about it because they do actually follow Q I retweeted us very Yesterday. I think the most fascinating thing about that fact is you're on twitter. For Bird watching out. Could be hot though being bud watcher I think we should cut them some slack in twenty thirteen. They found this amazing Rab on the island of Harris White throated needle tail. Normally, you'd only find it in Asia or in Australia but it was on the island of Harris probably got caught draft of window something and so everyone suddenly got message on the phones are on their twitter account sane guys. There is a white throated needle towel on Harris and loads of people went up there to the island all the way up in the north of Scotland to see this bird, which was then hit by a winter. No inference of all these coaches. Going I've. Got Amazing updraft. Does happen I think there was a story that someone is a Phar- elope. There's. Up I think anyone no actually. I. Think it was something like a great. Pharaoh. I'm going to remember. These birdwatchers got to it and they were so excited about seeing it very rare in the area where they were and then they saw a buzzard, just arrive and land eat it right in front of them. But then they did say although the buzzards actually they're very rarely feed on that kind of prey. So it kind of two birds with one stone to be honest. They used that phrase they use the phrase genuine. Is. Have, you heard about a watching slang. This gets used in the community. Do you to have a guess at water? Not a bird is is is something that's not a bad. It's not a bird. Something that looks like from a distance, but once binoculars spotting scope is used turns out not to be a bird. Something that's either a plane. Superman. Have you. Heard of a sue bird seed sounds like it's also not about well. Is something that looks like a bird perhaps even moves like a bird until it is examined. Found to be something completely. Is an example of. Like a bag of crisps. The tree is very much class one of ornithology. You struggling to identify a bird? Most do you know what is is in it? Yes. Again it's I. See I see my blog them. Is the sort of when you can't quite see what the bird is and you talk about the vibe of the bird like it's giving off this vibe. So it must be this kind of kind of moves about like a black bird and it's kind of black ish and you think that probably is a blackbird is that what it is? Yeah. The. Whole isn't it is that burs just as well as tall as far as Brown Tall it's yellow. Streak. Has Been in use for a long time though I even predates Jay's as we know it today. There remains that stands for general impression size and shape, which was military time in the Second World War. But it actually comes from before that from nineteen, twenty two, and now spread to like biologists. He'll talk about plunges as well like one Tamale I. Don't know if this is true either people say it just is what what is that bird just just is. Just feels to me like it comes Majeste Hey, what's the gist? Better is. Gripping someone office in birdwatching. Very exciting. You've got to do something to pass the hours while waiting for the white tailed needle thing. Gripping someone off is is a bad thing to do in bed watching. It's where you see a bird that someone else's missed out on and then you tell them about the bird that you've seen. So you'll sort of you're sort of bragging to them and you know that they've missed the opportunity to see this bird. All really yeah. Yeah. It's an if someone's not noticed it maybe they were looking at in the wrong place or whatever. So that's a bad thing to do don't don't grip off if you do publishing. Allowed to share if you see something. Cool. I. Think. You're supposed to share, but some asshole bud watches grip people off and they're like, yeah, I saw it last week you to lay I could've told you buy. Right, just as it's disappearing down the buzzards, you say. This fact was about the. Society Right. The bird. Society and he actually is incredible character from history who was the first person to put together a sort of great collection of paintings published in a book of the birds of America and it's one of those read books now that basically out sells any book in terms of price value at an auction. So a copy went while ago for about eleven million eleven million. In our house no an original. Okay. So it's not all of them going for that. You'll pin of the F., is not going to be sold at Sotheby's. have. You noticed that every branch of waterstones has a massive safe in the middle of the show. That's why they keep that book. I was. Walking off the. Ice. By. The sorry. So some some versions of expensive. So it's an amazing book and he used to paint these birds and it used to be a bit more of a vicious bird spotting thing these days the idea I think of hurting a bird in any way would be horrible back. Then in order to paint the burden spot them, you actually had to kill them. So he used to go around and he would shoot birds, and then what he would do is he would put sort of wires onto them and pose them as if they were mid flight so that. He could capture them as if they were in the nature and they're alive, which is very different. Any kind of drawing at that time it was usually very posed and very still. So he kind of he did that brilliantly. But the other thing is this book the original books how tall is your book? Is about this? Yes, it's a big book in the original. The idea was he wanted to capture the birds in their full size. So when you saw it, it was almost as if you were in front of one. Yet, but what's really wonderful he's slightly miscalculated the size of some of the birds. So in some of them, they've had to be contorted to sort of fit. To the page squish down with wings. Yeah but yeah, really fascinating character he was how he made his living before he got into the. Business or in fact as like while he was doing birth as a hobby, he made his money as a deathbed artist. So that someone who if someone you love dies you go oh my God, we've got to get portrait of them. We better get one now and you went and you would paint a portrait of a dead person and cool and it would be lying in repose with maybe a bunch of flowers or photograph or something would he would he posed them like he later did the birds as with with wires and with. Doing the high jump Or. However you wanted it. Have you guys heard of phoebe snet singer. Singers. Amazing. So she a in one, thousand, nine, hundred one was diagnosed with terminal cancer and decided that instead of going into a home and just kind of succumbing to it she decided well I've not much time left. So I'm going to go and look for birds. Okay and she took a trip to Alaska to look for birds as she kept looking for birds kept looking for buds and luckily enough guy into remission and kept looking for birds. She was the first person to see more than eight thousand species of birds ever. When she died eventually, she'd seen eight, thousand, three, hundred, Ninety, eight birds, which was eighty five percents of the known species off the Welsh. Is. Very. Good. We're going. We're GONNA have to wrap up soon goes. Yeah. We. Are. We are no. Yes but I haven't told you about Graham Moss yet. You've hooked me. This. Story from this year, and it's just a rather rather nice. Wants Doncaster baby our Webcam banned by facebook over sex and nudity rule. So. This summer man in doncaster called Grandma's house. He's set up a very sweet Webcam of some baby owls in their nest and just looking up most news. This is a complete coincidence although there is a book about Birdwatching bicycled Stephen Moss right you've been looking at. Coincided with research today that you got lucky. But it got his his Webcam was taken down twice because it breached the community guidelines on adult nudity and sexual activity. But what was happening nothing was happening it was just a baby owls but either algorithm it clearly, it saw terrifically. No, known seeing this outside this. But yeah. Thinks he was practice but I, I think possible. Algorithm. Mickley some would see some sort of writhing flesh in the nest. Looks route. Were they featherless? Baby else so Been, very. Yeah you can get in trouble with things like that. That Christmas Island Torres Bald went onto facebook to advertise the island's annual burden nature week with the headline some gorgeous shots here of some juvenile bubis. Nine? No. Facebook for some reason, top down. And they appealed to facebook saying Shali sub mistake. We're just talking about this bird which is called the face. nope. I read those an interview bird watch Ireland was a member of Cold Nile Hatch and the the person interviewing just got so excited that he was called the hatch that he derailed the conversation in order to say US funny isn't it and? Then he turned out he said it's actually as sort of uncommon to have a bird related name for members of the bird-watching Orleans. It's a bit more common. So he then listed off a bunch of people that were past and present people as part of it. So we had Donald Finch Ashley Talent Stephen Wing Dave Bird? Affect Davis they're. Talanova has she's picked part of the bird. Yeah. Anyone else there's a mark robins. Mocked pick two species of birds. You Dave. Olympia Crow. And knock. Do you think? Mark Robins. Saying, look Robbins. Dave Bird. I've got one last thing just on the subject of being pedantic and birds planning. We've actually had been sent a WHATSAPP message by Alex Bell who is one of the fish team he just wants to pass this onto Anna and his goal twitter thing is no such seagull not at no such Gol. Who runs that account? Okay that's it. That is all of our facts. Thank you so much for listening. If you'd like to get in contact with any of us about the things that we have said over the course of this podcast, we can be found on twitter accounts and someone on their blog. I'm on tribal land Andy Andrew Hunter. All. Hat He's big adventure. James. James Hocken at. You can even poke dot Q I don't come and we can get us on our group count, which is at no such thing where you can go to our website. No such thing as a fish dot com, we have all of our previous episodes out there. So. Just quickly before we end just a huge thank you to the London podcast festival and two kings place. It's truly awesome that the arts are trying to get through this and we feel so lucky to be able to do this in front of you guys today and I hope you had a fun time and so that's it. We'll be back again next week we'll see then goodbye. Before.

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Finding your way without a map

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Finding your way without a map

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While they tangle across a ballroom. Wait a second to sign on the store. Say oh, it's not the stairs. It's Fred Astaire, the famous dancer from Hollywood's golden age got it looking good. You too. Two. Okay. Stairs. Stairs. Oh, this looks like the door. This is the staring contest room to chairs one table that Al is never going to be beaten. All right. I know where I am. Now. I just have to jump over these goats and now quick what? And here we are. Hello ochre. I've got good news and bad news. The bad news. I well. I tried to find the stairs and got a tad last. So I'm going to be a little late and the good the brains on taco farm legend is true. I think I just found it great. So when you do arrive, you're going to have tacos, right? I'm on it. You could count on me. Okay. Not just going to get started. Okay. See you soon. Hopefully. You're listening to brain Don from American public media. I'm Malia blue and my co host for this episode is a not from Minneapolis high. Not high not how do you generally get around? Do you ever use maps? Yeah. But usually like my mom just asked me to use her phone like on Google maps. Yes. Things like Google maps and GPS make it so that we don't really have to think too hard about where we're going. But even so compasses and cardinal directions are still really important. Today's episode was inspired by this question from Nathan my question is Howard cardinal directions. Made. So not do you know what cardinal directions are? Yeah. What are they they're like northeast southwest? Exactly. So those directions are used to talk about the way you're facing relocation of something like we just talked about like my car is driving west. My house is north of the river. But thanks to tools like our foe. Phones, and GPS navigation most of us don't need to think much about directions, but before GPS and even compasses which will talk about more in a bit. This idea of north south east and west was based on nature, and what people observed in the world around them, a not what things in the natural world. Can you see as being helpful for people trying to find their way around like the stars in the sun? Exactly. So the stars move in a predictable way through the night sky. And during the day another star, we just talked about the sun also moves across the sky, it always rises in the east and sets in the west. And there are also the wind's twelve. Hong Lee used for navigational. That's Darren Hayden a historian of science from Haverford university. And he says these twelve traditional winds align with the way that the compass is divided into north north northeast northeast east southeast southeast and so on it has a pretty name to it's called the wind rose. It's called a rose because those arrows shooting out from the center, and pointing all the different directions kind of look like a flower. So not when you look at a map which direction is up like which direction is at the top of the map north exactly north is up. And that's the way we think of the shape of countries like the shape of the United States that you're picturing in your head right now or Italy or your state that drawing has north at the top. But it's not like that's how you have to look at the world. It would really make just as much sense to have a map with south at the top or east until quite recently north wasn't up throughout the Latin middle ages east was up. And so world maps oriented ninety degrees from war comfortable with prior to that. Islamiya middle ages they tended to orient their mouths with south of the talk. It's not until the fifteenth century that we begin to get with some regularity north at the top of maps. So where did this switch come from? We've talked about the printing press in a few different episodes. And that's because it's invention in the fifteenth century was really important for spreading ideas around the world before that it took forever to print books because you had to do it all by hand. But the printing press allowed lots of copies of books books containing new ideas to be passed around. Went viral nice work Ptolemy long before the printing press was invented Greek astronomer Ptolemy wrote a book about mathematical geography, and even though it had been written over one thousand years ago. The ideas in it became all the rage with geographers in the fifteenth century. Genius. Never dies. It just becomes classic. My work is forever in style. Like togas? Those are still in right in Ptolemies geography north was at the top. This is almost certainly connected to his astronomy, which has the north star of the top the north stars perfect navigational anchor. A literal guiding light I'm into it. The cool thing about the north star. Is that unlike other stars, it doesn't seem to move. It's fixed in the sky over the North Pole. That's because it's in line with the earth access. That's the spot the earth spins around. So the star stays in pretty much the same spot in the night sky while other stars appear to make bigger arcs throughout the night navigators could simply find that star and know which way was north. And it's also around this time that the compass starts to be used as a navigational tool. Have you ever used a compass before? Yeah. Where does the needle on a compass point north, exactly? And that's another reason that more maps had north at the top compasses started to be used for navigation in China almost one thousand years ago, and they spread around the world over the next five hundred years, and they're still used today and judging by your questions a lot of you are using them to. Hello. My name is Joe Joe, I'm from Durham, North Carolina. And I am nine years old. My questions are side magnet that attracts challenge. Things. How compasses work and why the red arrow of compass attracted to the North Pole. Why does accomplish meal point nor how does it compass work? Hi, my question is what makes the needle compass? New. Thank you for answering. To help us answer these questions we've called up Sonia Tico. She studies planetary his at Rutgers University high Sonia. So I have this question like when you use a compass the needle always snore selected someone like a huge Maguen it up there that like the needles are attracted to. Needle inside the compass. Is it self like a little magnet, and it has a North Pole and south pole, and you probably learned about magnets in class. And you know, that two magnets can be attracted to each other where the North Pole of one magnet as attractive to the south pole of the other mind that so opposites attract. Basically the North Pole of the compass needle is attracted to the south pole of the earth's magnetic field. So the earth is actually kind of a big magnet. You just can't see the force because it's invisible. Okay. So does earth have make netted field kind of your not just kind of it has. I mean, it's not a strong as like a refrigerator magnet that you might have. But it's a pretty big bag that field, and it covers the entire planet. It's just invisible. So we can't see it is it like earth's core that has the magnetic field. That is correct. Yeah. Earth's magnetic field comes from its core right now where we're sitting. You're standing earn starting on the earth's crust. Okay. And underneath the crust is the mantle of the earth and underneath the mantle is the core. And do you know what the core is made out of? I don't know yet. It's actua-. Really made out of liquid molten metal. It's metal. That's so hot. That's melted. Into a liquid and that metal it moves around like a lava lamp have you seen a lava lamp before. Yeah. What happens is that hot metal rises from the bottom of the core. And then it goes all the way up to the top of the core where it cools down. And so then once it's cold, it's sinks back down to the bottom. So basically the metal is constantly moving. And it's the motion of this metal that generates the magnetic field. Got it another question. I have is what happens if you use a compass at the North Pole will the needle go crazy. Yeah. The needle will go totally crazy because when you're standing at the North Pole the direction of the earth's magnetic field is down towards your feet. And likewise, if you were at the south pole it would want to. Point up. That's weird. Can you tell us how that the earth being a giant magnet makes these like two polls? Yes. So with magnetic fields, you can never have just like a single point. It always has to have a polarity. It has to have a north and a south what organizes the earth's magnetic field into the structure that it has with the North Pole and the south pole is the rotation of the earth. So the rotation of the earth helps the fluid the liquid metal in the core. It helps it spin around in such a way that you generate a field that is just kind of straight up and down north south. So there's this magnetic pole at the top of the earth on its axis that the air the air on the compass points to but why don't like our refrigerator, magnets, go flying nor. Earth all the time. Your refrigerator magnet is like a hundred times stronger than the strength of the earth's magnetic field that we're sitting in right now the magnet is more attracted to the refrigerator because that's something that's much closer. And it all has to do with the differences and strengths. So then how does the compass work? How does it point north? Well, the compass is balanced on a pin in the center, and whenever you use the compass you tend to keep it away from other things that are magnetic that could attract it, so actually if you were to take the compass and put it near something else that's magnetic compass would point to that instead of towards north. Oh, so that's how compasses can lie. Yeah. Compasses can totally lie. What is a compass made out of it's made out of a mineral called magnetized. So magnate is. Is a mineral that's made out of iron and oxygen. The iron is what helps make it magnetic. And where exactly is the North Pole the north magnetic pole or the north geographic pole because they're actually not quite the same. Where is the north magnetic pole the north magnetic pole is located basically on an island in very very northern Canada called Ellesmere island and the north geographic pole is about. I think three hundred miles away, and it's in the middle of the Arctic Ocean. The magnetic pole moves constantly overtime, actually and attends to sort of move in circles to the west usually, and we call that westward drift of the magnetic pole, but actually kind of circles the north geographic pole overtime. So on average. You know, magnetic north is the same as true north. If you average over. Thousands of years. Thanks for being here today. Sonya you're welcome. It was a lot of fun by. I'm getting a little hungry. I mean worried that marks still not here. Yeah. I hope. He's okay. And the tacos are still warm goodbye. My lovely Ovar. I still have to find Molly. Don't worry. Your secret location is safe with me. But I'll be back. Okay. Let's see wait is this outside it kind of looks familiar. I think I used to have an apartment around here. Yep. There's the sherbert shack, which means the two left foot store. I knew it pro tip. They do not like you dancing in there. Now, I remember when I used to walk home, the son would sit over the shoe store. So that should be west. And since it's on my left side. I'm walking north which means the studios should be just over this hill. Oh, I see. See I can see. I never noticed that it kind of looks like a banana from this angle. With brands on before we navigate our way through the rest of this episode. It's time for a we detour to mystery sound town. He ready and not. Yeah. All right here. It is. K? What is your guests? It kind of sounds like a rain forest, and like rain, and then like that thing was like screaming kind of sounds like a monkey. There's definitely some birds in the background so nature going on a very shocking sound. I was not ready. All right. We're going to be back with the answer is just a bit. Do you ever mystery sound you want to share with us a question? You want answered on the show are maybe drying of Mark navigating his way through the taco farm. You can send them to us by going to brains on dot org slash contact. That's how we got this question. Hi, my name is Elliott, and I'm seven years old. My question is why are done to find. We're going to answer that during our moment of at the end of the show and keep listening to the very end of this episode to hear the latest listeners to be added to the brains on our stick around. Today's episode is sponsored by Oba they make coding robots for a new generation of creators, you can code ozo- bots in two ways online with the ozo- Blackley code editor and screen free with color code markers. I've done both. It's fun and easy. And as you're coding skills grow. You can teach your ozo- bought to do more and more about pricing starts at just sixty dollars. So they make a great gift. They're small enough to fit in the palm of your hand. Just the right size for kids ages six and up and get this. They are having a black Friday sale, but you have to go to this special site. Are you ready, okay? To ozo- dot Bhatt slash shop. For twenty five percent off your order. 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And when you don't have a compass, you have to notice patterns in nature, and if you studied patterns while enough you come to have a library in your own mind of where the stars where the sun and the cell Joe bodies in planet moved because this guy and all about the wind waves on the water as well. As a lot about the nature of birds and peepers that can help you. Fine islands in the middle of the ocean. Polynesia and these islands are very tiny little island in the middle of very large large sections of ocean. A lot of the navigation is very specifically designed to work in the technical trying to isolate and locate a little island in between a lot of water. We do when we see the horizon around us on our canoe or me divide up the horizon inches thirty two different sections, and we call these sections houses, and you can think of a star as leaving a house when it rises in going back into it. When it that. And what you do when you're online, you're comparing wage is you look out into night sky, and you have a mental projection of houses lie on the rise in line, and you will rise where each of these stars rises, which tells you about where they're going to set. And where are they are on that compass that lines you up north south east, west whatever direction you plan to go? During the daytime allot of what you want to rely on is no longer up in the sky, necessarily, but down on the water and these things happen in patterns, whether it's how far apart the waves are so high. They are or what direction they're coming from. And as a navigator you're watching to see or they're coming from the north or the south or the or the west are they growing are they slowly getting smaller? What direction are they coming from as you compare them to the wind or are you comparing to the sun nizing occasion or the sunset location is the moon writing during that day? These are little things that you're going to pay attention to to try and find many can't hold the right course. So you'll never rely just on one side and the navigator you stay awake. Lots of hours. Sometimes all day, sometimes twenty hours twenty two hours a day constantly paying attention to these things because all of the tax of live in your mind and give you a picture of where you are. And where the weather wave and stars guiding you. There are more than one thousand Polynesian islands in the Pacific Ocean, including the Hawaiian islands and Samoa into Haiti and the different islands each have slightly different voyaging traditions, the who practices the traditions from Hawaii earlier this year like who navigated a canoe two thousand eight hundred miles from Hawaii descend Francisco the voyage took twenty three days. Before we get back to talking navigation. I wanna make a pitstop to introduce a special guest joy Dolo pillow. Joy Dolo is the host of our brand new kids history show forever ago. Yep. Every episode we explore the history of one cool thing like compasses exactly like that. But we'll have to save that for season two. This week's episode is all about skateboards awesome. Yeah. You to want to hear sneak peak. Sure. Okay. Here we go. Homemade skateboards were getting so popular that companies took notice and by the early sixties, you could buy skateboard in a store. One of the first ones available was the Woollard number ten a little red skateboard flat. It had no grip tape. The trucks were not adjustable the wheels were made out of metal. And it really wasn't very practical at all. And a lot of people got hurt using. But some kids got really good and did acrobatics on them some of them got so good that they can do a handstand on one of these skinny two foot long boards while it was rolling. That's crazy. We'll. Oh. I cannot wait to hear the rest of this episode nei-neither. Well, you don't have to wait too long forever. Go episodes come out every Thursday. And if you haven't already you should go check out our first to episodes. They're about cameras and video games. You can find forever ago on apple podcast or wherever you listen rate review in subscribed. All right. See you later. Bye five. We've talked all about the clever ways, we humans navigate the world. But we've got nothing on the animal kingdom. That's right birds. Turtles butterflies, bats. They make epic journeys without compasses like monarch butterflies they travel from all over the US and Canada to meet up on just a few mountaintops in Mexico or the bar tailed godwit the bird with the record for the longest nonstop migration ever over seven thousand miles without stopping or humpback whales. They navigate from Alaska to Hawaii with ease. Scientists are still trying to figure out how these creatures do it some think they may have a built in sense of direction kind of like a biological compass. It lets them know north and south by instinct, other researchers think animals might get cues from sunlight or even the stars whatever they use it's or came and with all that travel. I bet these beasts note the best. Roadside pitstops. Welcomes across track. Cafe home of the mighty migration combo meal. Hi, I have a reservation under care of the porcupine caribou herd. Yes. Here's how many in your party. Let's see one two three four two hundred eighteen thousand rate. Let me just clear table embassy you shortly. Thanks, pal. Down there. Cool weighing one nice thing about being a monarchy. Everyone notices the wings, which is great because they never noticed embarrassing ankle Fatou. Oh now, I see it. It's a drawing of a human that says peas. Yeah. Got it on spring break only, Caterpillar once, you know, not really, but sure Where're you headed just doing our yearly road trip through Canada to our timeshare buy beautiful Beaufort sea never heard of it all it's wild. It's the Daytona Beach of northern Alaska if you know what I mean going there is sort of a porcupine caribou family tradition. It's a fifteen hundred mile trek. But so worth it. Nice. I'm on the open road myself about the bust outta here wing it to Mexico. So we'd you've been there before never. But every other monarch, I know goes they're like millions of us. So I figure must be pretty nice. I'm stopping here to fill up on milkweed because it's three thousand miles to the mountains of central Mexico. Wow. Yeah. I probably won't even make it back. But my kids are. Maybe my grandkids will. Bartend three shots of words. Pro. Who's that the bar tailed godwit the ultimate migrated? I've heard it. Fly seven thousand miles every year from Alaska to New Zealand, non stop it just keeps flying for like nine days over nothing but open water. I think it goes a little stir crazy on the trip said that. Oh, it's you. My imaginary best friend, Trish, the flying elephant that keeps me company on my migration. Sore Trish, you can eat all the peanuts at the bar bartender. Get this polka-dotted elephants. Pena toe? Hello. Welcome to crosscheck. Cafe. Whoa. Whoa. Are you a human? Yeah. Are you talking snake? Yeah. Can I help you? Yeah. Wow. This place is like a zoo. Look, I'm lost. I'm trying to get to city hall. Do you know two blocks north take a left? It's a big building facing south. Thanks bye. I guess. Where's that he hall? It's like two blocks away. What do you need a map Pell? Yeah. Who gets lost? You're only going to blocks who are human helpless about their GP S's in compass thingies. I mean, navigating the world without a map is so easy. The secret is just caribou herd. Your table is ready. I don't need to tell you the super obvious answer to how animals know their way around vast distances instinctually, you already know have a good dinner. Thanks, fun in Mexico, watch out for spiders. All right or not. Hey, we'll look at this. We've traveled through almost entire episode and found our way back to the mystery sound here. It is one more time. Okay. Any new guesses after hearing it again. Well, like, I'm still stuck with rainforest except the sound that I think is supposed to be like rain. It sounds kind of glitch. You like, oh, that's interesting observation. What do you think that like screeching down last time? We said it was a monkey did. He I don't know. I think it's some sort of creature that yells some very angry creature. Well, here is the answer. But was a monk Jack DEA giving an along. Yeah. That's natural navigator tristen Guli. He spends most of his days building, mental maps out of observations. He finds the environments all over the world. Sometimes that includes animal noises onnell's I've away of owning onnell's of the same species that danger in the area on these are known as long coils quite a few animals have led to use all the species along cools as well. So in the case of a day of giving it along coolest telling us that is spotted something in his surroundings. Now that something might be off twin pretty sure it's not us. We're not the ones that has surprised today. I made it give cool. Then it's telling us that something will someone else is out that. There is a whole map of edible from sound. Being navigates at ease making use of things that mice people don't shoot into the wind is really really important that everybody knows that the wind when his trees, we are rustling sound in the leaves. We had different things depending way we all you hit different things in the middle of would work. You standing in come treats. But as you get towards the edge of would the sound changes following the path of the sun is one way to navigate, but Tristan uses it in another way won't more interesting from Mycenae what he's the way to sung leaves footprints on the landscape, so shapes everything around us, it shapes trees trees, a bigger on this something solid in the northern hemisphere. Shakes the branches an even leaves the leaves on the south side of trees small because of the song. We've talked quite a bit about navigating uninhabited places like the ocean or the forest, but there are clues in urban environments to. Trawling on the story of Wyatt town recipients wear. It is quite often move find that they were built up because that's where the water is will tend to be the lowest point of town suddenly realized that was streets have a slight gradient. And if you're looking up here looking away from the trophy, slam downhill tools, what we might find the townies, it's violent. It's the only route which we high ground, and then suddenly understand way will the streets relying the why they all. And then we go into a much more detailed clues TV satellite dishes. They have two point two satellites alright with your quotes in the northern hemisphere. TV's dishes will be pointed in a southerly direction, depending which satellite points out. We'll tell you exactly which direction where I live at point south east on the poster, well, it might be south west. But once he spots dot trend is amazing outliving will ever big city checkout, natural navigator dot com for more helpful navigate. Nation. Tips tristen suggest a fund natural navigation game without checking a map or GPS try to guess which way you're looking. Remember us clues from your environment to help figure out the answer. You can check your answers on a phone or compass. Okay. Not. I am fishery worried that more still isn't here. I know. Should we call somebody? Hey, did I make is this still the Cardo directions? Episode what happened to you? Well, there was this taco farm, then I found my old apartment, and then the sherbert shack, and did you know from the southeast our studio looks like a banana anyway here are your tacos Ninke, Mark, yum. Did I miss the taping almost all of it? But you're in time to hear the cardinal direction. Song you mean, the one can cook. Yeah. It's so good. It's like it's like the hot sauce to my taco hit it. You don't know which way to go Elul right direction. Just so go based on that. Oh, okay. Still way. Russia. Will always point north magnetic field. To go back. Now the deal. Oh. Still west. No direction. Burleigh mass where first drawn and Babylon in Greece it fluids seeing ways to day Wayne Leggate with these. Cased in west. Notoriety move. Gain that confused by the symbols. Visit legend and the corner begging every simple thin south. East to west. No direction. That was Kaneko cook. In her cardinal directions on checkout Kaneko cook dot com to hear more of her amazing music. The cardinal directions have their origins in nature the win the stars. And our biggest star the sun earth's. Magnetic field is formed by molten lava at its core. North wasn't always up on the map. But Ptolemy encompasses help make it that way using a compass when there are other magnets near bike could give you a false reading, and humans are the only ones who can navigate long distances many kinds of animals travel far, but we're still not quite sure how they manage to do it. That's it for this episode of brains on Breen's on his produced by Mark Sanchez Sandon Totten in Molly bloom, we had production help from Nedley striker and trust bursting and engineering help from Craig's triple in John Miller. Many thanks to Mark Robins MacAulay library of ornithology and Molly David McCarthy. Vicky record Taylor Kaufman. Mildred Marie Langford. 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ACS (Part 2): Larry Miller and Anthony Price

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While I tell you about the story, maybe we could pose this to this from TM's, hoping his friends helping his friends six day black men with take on a new board beach. So he will we're gonna talk about this verse he's trying to distract somebody while two of his friends put stuff in a bag and his male friend lifts up. This giant crystal that that's worth twenty five hundred dollars to put it inside a bag and Jewish shatters it, so I think that probably called attention to the ruse. Crystal display. Kissed like one of those big purple amethyst. Call gayness and ask them what an amethyst is not pilot. Not the Lou no not sorry. Other guy the Rio band guest Gregg game. Also, so wrong. It's like walking around is he being Rodman. Like, you want me to you want me to sign that blindfold trying on employees say he he and his friends definitely smelled like alcohol, and they did file charges. They did file police report Rodman blamed the broken crystal on the employees hold on a second Rodman sweats alcohol. So we can't say he was drunk. I was gonna say alcohol so saying he smells of alcohol. Just means. He could have jogged to the store. That's all good point Thon a-. So they're not the store vibes is not happy with them, Robin. And by the way, is on probation stemming or open a store called vibes with a twenty five hundred dollar ams this, it's on you. That's all nobody. Nobody feel sorry for you. Like if Rodman found some poor Mexican who was serving up the ghetto dogs and knocked the card over something. That's one thing. You got the richest husband in the world. That's there's something like give you two choices. You're the either have sugar daddy or you have a sugar daddy and your young. But either way you're not paying for that overtax world's worst business idea. Ever. Somebody is somebody is underwriting that operates at a loss on purpose. There's no way that that real estate has to be thirty grand a month. At least that's nor front and you're selling belt buckles in their candles. Like, no, no way. No. I want the story. Max patta store on store store story beach guarantee. There's somebody there who's paying there's some old old dude as miserable. It's okay for them to rip off the store because they're rich guys would tell that. That's what. Wait a minute. He Rodman's rich. Yeah. Quotient question. Mark Robins Hamid he could've easily paid for the Methodist. I I'm I'm assuming these guide for just kind of drunken stupor to say, that's what they smelled Robin is not rich. He's had some problems. I'm sure he's had some retainers elements. Legal troubles amethyst decisions. Where do you think Kim Jong? Whoever stealing with could could a guy like that. Just break him off a chunk. Oh, I'm sure could just mean like, I don't know if you're that guy is a million bucks. Anything to you? Do you have it? You can give it like this make you playing with monopoly money, hassle and people carry you like money belt tightening time here kingdom evil desktop, but I'm not I'm not loose with the purse strings. How's that work? Have. Maybe even look it up like NetWorth, whatever, but like is Kim Jong Hoon filthy, raise lex oil money, rich like he's using algae. Again, he's the one eyed man in the land of the blind. That's a very very very poor country. How riches yeah, I think just based on relatively be more apt to invite Rodman to come live embassador, then cut him a check for newsman. Yeah. I'm just if he put the claw if he put the claw him and said, hey, man, I just need a million bucks. But I'm over here. Singing your praises all day long. You know, sort of concubine never like I'll go I'm sort of between a concubine in one of those guys who's advertise condominiums with the spinning arrow spearing errors point a you bro on Chris five billion. Yeah. But still yeah. I've billion actually I don't know what they're. Dollars. He's worth five billion shackles. Sad according to hold on. Ears reading park were five million. All right. Can he give Rodman him a million bucks? He doesn't care. How hard is that money laundered? If Rodman's taken Kim Jong UN's money, how Joan get to him pay pad anything's going to go through Switzerland never thought about it. Well, Rodney sweet going over there and hanging. Yeah. Teach them how basketball because he loves him. Like, what does he loves the bowls distorts come out today? He tried Kim Jong tried to get his dad when he was alive to get Michael Jordan to come out on like a good will ambassador goodwill trip and Jordan declined. But he's a huge huge grip in the nineties both van so him and make ten that's right. Long diehards? Yeah. See whether you're living in Torrance big tad or you're living in North Korea. I still call your fair weather fan. You know what? I mean, you're not in from the Chicago area. You're not right or die with the. I'm thinking just caught on because they're popular. He had a lot to do with that. So here's the thing. Okay. That explains his love of Dennis Wise tennis getting on a plane. I mean Dennis getting paid. Don't you think if any world leave leader, no matter how evil they were took an interest in you. You'd be a little flatter interest. Who's asking just wondering just Pol Pot have a son disatrous? Say still third brother. We don't know about. Why not you heard the feelers kind of where where you're at? Temperature. Oh, I'm excited as a manual Bihar offended. I'm saying, so he's he's paying I look we're super naive. Like, we go look at Rodman Rodman's. This ran his around Robbins. Come by ram saying good things about them. The Ravin says he's a good dude was understood why wouldn't you just pay Rodman? Like what that's holy. I never I've known. You see all the news stories like why is he being mouthpiece? What's he doing? He's getting their rate. Sure, also, keeping my Dennis Rodman was one of the most famous athletes in the world at one point. And he's far far far far far below that. At this point must be nice to have someone important huge fan of yours. You literally halfway across the world out. Rodman has no lottery Rodman Rodman's income is probably doing personal appearance showing up and kids backyard parties and dunking a basketball or opening some hemp shopper is some pot store. Something like that to get on a plane and go to Korea could be a check involve. I don't know. You're gonna look it up MAC. I've never thought about it's not really discussed. But now that I think about it a Masumi he's getting some money. We'll see they're all personal appearances. Well, we'll figure it out. Anyway, let me hit from you flowers dot com. And that's why I want to say mother's day. It is coming Sunday. Here. We are man. Let's go can't go wrong with flowers from you flowers that. Dot com as a fantastic deal for you right now. 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Bill Murray, Madonna lady Gaga, Donald Trump, but grow sure, none of those people are revealed to be his favourite though that Adam stern reveals that the book that in the book that is favorite interview of all time. And he guesses have George decanting. I've Paul mccarter late night talk show host Conan O'Brien in fifteen interview. Yeah. O'brien discusses his battle with depression working on us. And now on the Simpsons. He tells a story about pranking Bill Cosby and Howard Stern's as great as all the other ones. Were he connected, and this one stays with him more than any other Colin checkout that do stern show in a week or so really? Yeah. Weaker. So about a week from Monday. Wanna do that show got to be Coenen? More much interviews. All right. Just sit there and make jokes that piss off, Robin. You have the vibes info the store the store. Yeah. Well, so it's just Manian immigrants into this country for nothing nothing. They'll they it's it's a husband and wife, Arianna show and all leash of boy. And and the guy Ali is an investor for Tyson ranch, which is Mike Tyson's cannabis company. They started one in Heinsohn beach in Newport Beach, and you can franchise so they're probably doing okay, we can look good. Crystal this money sets part, right? Yeah. Invested in Tyson. Well, that doesn't think you investing Tyson and boxers hot farm doesn't make you doesn't make you rich Tyson ranch. The Tyson ranch. Feeding you like Tyson the chicken. Yeah. No. This is the pot. But no. This invested in some that doesn't mean you have money or it doesn't mean you have a ton of money just a huge following online as well. But I don't like those are the two things that I'm doing that. He's do they do. I don't I don't wanna get plugs. Do you want to get a net worth or something? Like that. Do they have that? They look like he has money does to see if he's Forbes list they but max Vada to see now. I wasn't. I didn't go that guy owns vibes. But he's interested in diverse amount of things I've Betty as a whole bunch of money. I thought him investing in Mike Tyson's huge. We company means that he had money invested in Lenny dexterous car wash. I also have serious lanes extra famous. Thank. No things like I've invested in stuff in yogurt stands and stuff, but it just lost money or an invest a lot of money. Like, I don't know Fiji's an investor in a Yogi per Noor. Everyone ever network these days out there, if you're a Yogi per Noor that that's quite a port, man. Got some Chris we're going to put them in a picnic basket. All right. So Kim Kardashian doesn't just help free inmates. She helps them after their free to apparently. And turned the corner. I was thinking about it. Like, I was thinking. I always think about this world, and what it must be like through the eyes. I think about twelve year old son. And it's like I. When I was a kid. You know, I watched Charlie's angels of Cheryl Ladd. Oh, there's wonder woman. Oh, Linda Carter. Oh, she got the last few hot hot so hot. And if somebody said luck. Got a porn tape her having graphic sex. You can watch. But you have to you have to burn your family in a fire. If the throne. Gasoline, if the do that thing and goodfellas where hung all around the house, and we just lit up like Tiki torch Garcia. That's right now, we are live in a world where my daughter is watching keeping up the Kardashians of my son wanted to hop on his phone. He could see a much better version of that show with starring Rajak. But now, I'm thinking about this. I'm saying let's get her to the supreme court. You know what I mean like this? I'm not going to we're not going to do it by July this year, but eventually long game for long game. But a long game. So like roof baiter, right Arby. Rb? Gee, what if you could just pull up tape her with rage a behind? Field from behind. That'd be an awesome gift all the young boys. That have come before you think pay more attention in civics class. If Kim K was up the history comes alive. I don't know. But I'm telling you the idea that this person is in their seventies sitting on the supreme court, and then you could pull out a thing from them with Ray j pound from behind. We've our work is done as a nation. We're done we've covered every day. We've done everything we can do there's we're done. So the lights out buttoned up. We're just going to step away from the game. Yeah. 'cause we're done. That's what that would mean to behinds clean. So now, I'm rooting for her good. Well, you know, and I'm just going to there's a little bit of a a little bit of a the end of this story is going to snap something into focus for Rodman's income. Yeah. We'll he's not his as online income is five hundred thousand and they. Maine is online network, and then they said his income his most recently through the pot coin yet currency when they paid for his North Korea trip, and they just give them the marijuana crypt crypto currency. So a lot of a lot of people making money off a weed. We should before we feel sorry for Dennis Rodman. Keep in mind. He hasn't worked twenty one years like the rest of us go to work like every once in a while I'll be sitting around and I'll go. This firemen they should get where's their severance packs? The retire at fifty get to full pain your life at a pension. And I go, wait a minute. I'm fifty four. I don't get anything has that work and don't feel everyone goes to work. Dennis Rodman hangs out all day. Just bangs hotties strong play the game for a living. That's right. Mary electra. That's right. So here's what Kim did this time. She and Connie flu. Can I say this about Carmen Electra? I don't know if you guys feel this way. The chicks that I was formally really attracted to like watching them making videos on MTV in the nineties the early nineties. And I don't know what's happened to Carmen. But I'm the career slows down there hitting the bottle little bit. Maybe they never gave up smoking. Whatever it is. You don't you take a long lay-off with you know, you take ten fifteen twenty year lay off, and then you see them and you're like, oh my God. What what happened here? I need you guys to check in with me every couple of years. I don't wanna show run the deep bench of your ugly pool. I need you to dip tell put a few pounds on. So be it. But I gotta see something in between. Smoking hot in a prince video in nineteen ninety two and morbidly obese in two thousand nineteen. I need a little. It's something in between check in like only fair Madonna's in good, shape and everything she's sixty years old. But I've seen her every ten minutes for the last thirty years. So there is no sticker shock, Madonna. Understood. Coming Electra had like. This obscure like a start and stop to her career like she was like, a prince protege and kind of like a pop dancer singer kind of thing. And then a few years later, she was like playboy. Harmless. Well, no, I mean, a real name is Edith cornfields. Your name. Yeah. This is his a sexy name on the porn stars Tara, Patrick terribly around. That's how wishy at wild orchid. No. That was okay. Like a sort lives like fringe protege pop career or that girl band and then became like, playboy centerfold. She had a song. Hot video song. Xing I couldn't commerce younger Electra dancing, and now we're in much. It was pretty great AmEx patent. India man, Carmen Electra. Breakdown video music sell video. I mean. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. This would have been like ninety three three three McCarthy common Electra like the she wasn't con alleged. She was a principal prisoner. Vanity? She was like loan. Yeah. Made for MTV. Okay. I can't let didn't really take off gogo dancer. That was the first thing. I mean, I don't know there's a bit. Well, I mean, it's pretty pretty damn watchable. Fun for living. Janse? I've been take off. It's like it's like Holly. Lisa video pre poop job. Yeah. She can get that leg out dance. And she's doing thing on Paul. By the way, own Princeton apology. I normally make fun of him. I can't crappy books out. So bad skull net. Pushed up the print stuff everyone. Please it's bad. It's bad future. Pop. He's talented. It's bad. That's what I'm saying. That's a horrible. Dwell. Now, that's the key. That's judge. Everyone likes stuff now architecture fashion music that song sounds like shit. What did prince stay with? That's on right to do. Her sounds princi-. Juice produced the whole album. All okay, I'll I'll just be alone. Hading? You guys all be United hating all the songs all being alone. Hey, man. Okay. By the way, he did so much for the elderly come on work until. A live dish. Views that guy. Live through him. The guy owns the scriptural store. It was his name. He was from Duluth Minnesota. Yeah. That's right. All right. Let me just button up this real quick him in Konya went and had lunch with this guy that he that they help spring from prison and they're paying for his face tattoo removal 's she's helped apparently hoped to free up to seventeen inmates in the past three months. Now, we've been talking about this a lot, and it is really cool. And it's all great. But this will kind of make everything make sense to you oxygen media has given the go-ahead to a two hour documentary. That's capturing all of her efforts to free prisoners. It's it's a move by the network to expand to true crime programming. It'll be called Kim Kardashian the Justice project, and it sort of following her path to wanting to be kardashian's. What's momma kardashian's name Kris Jenner Kris Jenner Kris Jenner lays in bed at night. And she's like. I gotta take a shit. Who's gonna pay me? And then her man's like, I don't think they pay you to take shit. Yeah. But if I'm gonna get up. I don't get out of bed. Walk over the toilet and drop my pants and sit down we should figure out a way to get paid for this. Because I I feel like these guys are not it's not that even beyond eating every part of the buffalo. They're eating this shit. That's under the buffalo and stuff that the buffalo thought about eating. Yeah. Officiant. They're just using everything. There's nothing just fucking roll cameras on everything, and let's just handed to see craft and make another billion dollars and see what sticks. Here's my question. Who's going to be the first one since since, you know, they're for sale who's gonna be the first one to turn on Kris Jenner. And right. The tell all book about growing up with mommy, dearest, Kris Jenner, you're looking at. You mean in the family I was hoping for about her? I mean, there's a lot of kids skilled as a writer Alvin imagination. Even I there's the one kid that doesn't show up on anything. Right. The sun. Right. I thought I thought there was a daughter for some reason I could be the osbournes have a daughter that was never on their show. There's felt that there was a daughter. Maybe it was Ashburn or maybe the kid. Maybe I'm thinking, I was born just wanted nothing to do with the whole mess. No. That that's true for the Osborne reality show. I don't know that there's a car dashing that we've never heard of that would be pretty big. That'd be a pretty big story. Screw them. Maybe I mean, you might know something that we don't poor rob Kardashian. All he does is have people make fun of him for being fat. It's torturous entire life. Everyone else is going to openings and get rich and he's eating and getting fat. And then just makes China. I think they have a nasty break. They had kid TMZ on the had a kid. Yes. I'll Fillion the had a kid. The head of relationship. She was getting his weight down. And then think they broke up after the kid put the weight back on, but Brian be prepared here you he's a sock entrepreneur. Yes. Turf. Rob got it's gotta be. When he shows up at the car to ask you how much money did you make selling socks, rob too? Few units today or made almost four hundred dollars last quarter. Okay. Capacities on the phone. Yeah. Oh, let me let me Kim. Scott. A question what he wants? We are you eating the sax RAB now. Oh because you're so fat. Anyway, we need our Mercedes g wagon washed, and we don't want to go down to the brushless carwash shocks. Hold on Tanya, skinny rob give give them one of your shoes will pay you any easy. Just the one just the one you get the other. You're done. Shammy did off and you've armor all the wheels. Then we'll give you the next one. Yeah. Yeah. Sadly, where of that show is Christie watches us on the background of rob dipped back into the show after an absence because he I put on weight nothing wasn't very happy with his life. And when China came around metal thing and he dipped back out he's defective. I'm proud to say that both of you know, one hundred percent more about the show that. I know I only know TMC's version of rob as what's robbed as he put the weight back. I think he's put the way back on it. Anyway. All right. Let me hit when I went Castrol edge. Yeah. That's what I want to say. Now, you know, let me hit that guy continental finish edge. Everyone's everyone's got the to do list. I'll bet you say fifteen percent of more on your auto insurance. Just take about fifteen minutes. Hop on your computer and find out just how much extra money you could be saving putting your pocket be the most rewarding thing you do all day geiko that is geiko dot com. See how much you could save geiko dot com. All right. One more. All right. Well, then let's stay on the celebrity TMZ tip today. Justin Bieber says the photographer he ran over an injured has no one to blame. But himself and his fellow 'paparazzi. According to. Pussy. I saw this on. Groups he. It look I'm not I'm not saying that he didn't make contact with him with his car the part where you lay on the ground. Call an ambulance and have a fire department, Amy. Let's just get up is. Shortage of it. And it kinda if kind of looks like something, but we all know it's nothing because at the end like like he was going get up the guys laying on the ground going like, no like. Well, and also giant trucks moving you kind of want to step out of the way. Do not stand at night and blind people driving trucks. And if you do do it from a safe distance or whatever it is. Anyway, so this this would happen real quick 'paparazzi. This pop route so is suing Bieber for serious injuries. He suffered in July twenty seventeen Justin's pulling away from the place. He goes to church in Beverly Hills. He hits this guy. The photographer says he suffered permanent disabilities and emotional scars. He'll tell you know. Yeah. If he said, look, I went fifty grand my needs pretty jacked up. That's one thing permanent disabilities, permanent mental scars. Let's just say it was your daughter driving a truck when no money. What you did? You say this like it's a deep pocket thing. I hate it. Like, oh, he's got money. It drives me nuts bag Bieber. Just filed his answer to the lawsuit and says it was caused by the negligence of the Taga for along with his cohorts which will getting in the way trying to snap shots as the singer trying to drive away so many show you what happened. Here's a TMZ clip. It's it's not a hero. Burger. He stood sorta off to the side and semi in front of the truck any in in Bieber lurched forward any hit him with the big rubber tire. But he fell down. He's guy who looks to be in relatively good shape. Trucking show, you know. The chick yells. Oh my God. Dr. What did she do? That's that's how you break. Right. Then. All right now did up pretend you're stored around on a skateboard and it flung out from under you. Don't worry about it. Justin. Get off the ground. That's that's the part the trite look pretend you're playing football. And he got racked up a little bit. You get up and leave. This is soccer. Oh boy. Camers down into still the guys just lying around. Here's here's my hoping. He doesn't try to get up. He says call ambulance, I've been jacked up in a million football players up in jacked up on skateboards and dirt bikes, and and in unicycles, everything you try to get up you get up, then you sit back down again or you get up, and you go I think I heard something I heard some Bob you sit down get some ice or whatever you don't just lay there and go go, call an ambulance. He's fine. He's trees flopping and trying to get paid and Justin's. Right. He saying would you do just that's my bro-. Really? That's your bro. And put your. Why are you taking me? Really like, we need to our society needs to find a fucking MIR. And now we're going completely off and the stuff about, you know, dignity and quiet dignity and a man's word is bond. And I shook your hand that's a we don't have to sign that Paul. It's all out. It's all gone. It's gone one thousand percent if you have money or you have a shred of success with some money that goes, it you shall be sued multiple times throughout your life. The cynical part of me is like thinking, oh that photographer thinks he the jackpot. That's that's his payday O L. I think that, but that's. Listen, you will get sued multiple times if you have even some success in your in your life. Now, that's where we're at. Now. That's how it works. That's the new world order. I don't know. We're going to have to figure out something because there's there's you can't if you employ somebody, and they quit. They can sue you and the cost of dealing with all of that is way more than settling with the person. And there's a whole bunch of lawyers know about that in California laws all on their side, and all the all the employment lawn, all the everything is all on their side. And there's nothing you can do you have to change the law. We have to read tort reform. Let's do something because it's all sides on the guy who's flopping all sides on employees who just quits and decides to sue it's all on them. It's sort of like patent trolls. It's all we need to recreate the system the notion that well. Well, sure, you could do patent trolling. But you wouldn't do that. But yes, you would do everything the California bars a piece of shit. I've had guys I've talked to Mark arrogance about the California bar million times. I said I had this piece of shit lawyer lived under he just said give me ten thousand dollars because it rained in the shit went this pool. And that's like let the insurance guy. Let him go to know. He gave me ten thousand. We're going to serve you with paper bub-bubba. He's doing I moved out of the house. He's doing if chicken lives in the house now, he's a lawyer. I said it's fucking coal the poor on this guy. Cole the bar on him. He's a fucking lawyer. He sends letters to his neighbor saying, I'm a lawyer give me ten thousand dollars, and we won't have to sue you to his neighbors over nothing to make the fucking bar and Mark erica's says the bar doesn't do shit. They're not doing anything to that guy. They don't care. Okay. So here's the deal. Bieber's always going to be around people like this piece of shit who flopped or always going to be. Round. Sorry. They're always going to be rich guys can be around guys trying to capitalize. We have a system that favors the guy. Who flopped? That's the problem. It's not the guy flopping it's not Bieber. It's the system that that favors the flopper, and that's what we have. And of course, there's going to be more of this because river system that's asking people to do it, of course, whatever welfare and e-bt stuff and the food stamps. It's gonna keep growing because people are enticed to take part in it. It's a system that entices people to be at their worst. You're getting the thing you're going to Jack in the box. We're enticing you to be bad. It's not I don't blame the people people are weak. They're fucking week. They're stupid, and they're weak, and they'll do whatever's easiest I mean, look look at divorce law in California like it makes people fucking be horrible. Because. Because that's the system if people don't deserve half of whatever did nothing, they they get fucking half, right or wrong. Tom Arnold doesn't deserve half of what Roseanne made sorry and the basis bitch. I mean. Whatever at least she was around. But she's still doesn't get half. I don't care. That's the way it works. We have a system that makes people do bad things. We have lawyers who are more than happy to do their bidding more than fucking happy. And they're all over the fucking place. You make a rule and you go oh, it's Americans with disabilities. You know, we're going to help out Americans with this ability to go. Okay. That seems good next thing. You know, you got a bunch of fucking lawyers telling guys to walk into the handicapped stall. And if there's no fucking bar set up in the stall, then we're we need ten grand. We're filing discipline. You don't think there's going to be a whole cottage industry everything we do? Oh, that's a good idea. Yes. For the little man, save disability guys. They shouldn't be discriminate. That's fine. That's where it starts. You wanna know where it ends whole cottage industry fucking, lawyers and a whole bunch of people. They just send in the restaurants in sue small businesses. But they never sue them. They go give me ten grand or give me twenty five grand. We'll just call the day. So that's we're at it needs to be fixed. It needs to be fixed where enticing people to be weak and show a lack of character. Okay. Or six eighty well said, thank you. Would you like me to bring it home? It's still need a middle picture Carmella. Yeah. Brigham you got it. I'm Gina grad. And that's the news. That was the news with Gina grad. A better mood. Castrol edge, man. That's what I say. Heat friction viscosity breakdown. Rob your engine maximum performance. Friction results in loss of performance of up to ten percent Castrol edge engineered with fluid. Titanium technology physically transforms to be stronger. Under pressure helps fight friction deliver maximum levels of performance for your car. Three times three times stronger discussing breakdown leading oils Castrol edge unlocked, the performance in your car's engine liberties talking to Nate making the films over there. And you know, it's like, oh, my business guy. My lawyer guy the paperwork and got to get his paperwork, and why is it taking on like Nate Nate? And I walk in the other shop, and we're talking about working on the Shelby dock. We're talking about up at and we're talking about everything NATO good, dude. And it's like man we've been working on his paperwork for like here. And it's not done every time year guy sends over. Twenty five pages. I gotta pay somebody to review it. We just get on with it. And I was like I wish we could got damn do. I wish we could. Because I've never fucking sued. Anybody ten I don't think you're suing anybody. But my people are tired. They they're tired every one of their clients everyone. They know they're all fucking sued, including me. And now, this is it piles and piles of fuck and paperwork that I have to pay for the you have to pay for that. We'll never use. This is this is our utopia fucking guys making piles and piles and piles of paperwork of every possible conceivable thing that could happen. So memorialized on a piece of paper. So this can't you can't sue me. Sorry, you're good, dude. I'm a good, dude. That's it. There's a third dude. Tired of the handshakes getting done. That's right. Great. All right. Let's hit everyone. Hey, I'm going to be down at Lou fast. They're whatever Lou fest celebrating. Oh, it's all sold up. But if you're there if you got tickets universal back lot me Porsches air, cooled Porsches. I'll be hanging around sunny. It'll be there. So come say hi on Saturday. Brea improv when we talked about that may seventeen eighteen Denver comedy works. Love Denver, man. June fourteenth fifteenth through in life, stuff everywhere. Get not tackle bell materials available now and Amazon itunes and chassis and all that say hi to a new podcast with jail, son. And gifts e superstar love that guy podcast one he can talk. So until next time and for all the Tony price, and Larry Miller and Gina grand ball, Brian sake. Mahala? Bulls. -nology truth. Brought to you. Truth. You think you can solve any problem by tuning computer offense on Heyman something with your laptop? Now, just turn it off and on. It smoking needs to reboot truth so easy to switch and save on car insurance at geiko dot com. In Nelson, fire happens all the time. It's all good. Geico. Fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percents or more. Broadcast one sports network presents goods sports sports fans. Welcome to a brand new episode of good sports. Dave amateur here. Adam Karol over there ace were a week and a day or so removed from the NFL draft. I wanted to talk with you about it last week, but we got caught up with other important conversations about chips in TJ Hooker. And so on and so forth. So it occurs to me. A couple of things I it's it's just marvelous you like to crack wise, and so do I, but it's hard to be cynical. When you watch these twenty one year old kids surrounded by their entire families. And even though they all know it's coming that. When when the moment arrives the pride from the mom and everybody, and we and their lives are just the entire families trajectory is changed by this. Who would you hug I where? Hug kimmel. The big table you and sound that about is that somebody should just bring their Powell's instead of their family with them. I don't know where do you feel where you come down on hugging Goodell? I'm for it. I I like look call me old fashioned. But I'm the guy who went to my kids second grade open house or whatever. And when I went in and met, the teacher, miss go. Go boots with the nose stud and I saw her dome. Limited Frappuccino with the. Just imagine your third grade. Teachers just drinking a full blown milkshake with a big big Dallas of whipped cream on top of it during the school day that would have been if MRs Parker would have she could drink a little Saint in the break room. But nothing in front of us that was all tap water. But. It's got it's got her name written in sharpie. Stacey I I walked right up to the table. You may wanna turn this in you want to advertise to the kids, right? Supposed to be a mystery for the first two thirds of the school year. What's her real name? Right. Yeah. And she's like, oh, they all like, and I'm so I'm a vestige of of the pans. I understand it like, I get it. I look I'm old fashioned. But I feel the Commissioner he shouldn't be hugging it out. He should be the Commissioner hug it out with the mom and possibly the dad depending on if you play skill position or not. But either way. Do all that. But do not hug the commission agree with him. By the way, why does the one guy? So why because they love to talk about. It's all business the players get savvy, and they're like, it's profiles, so come out and just do a proper handshake. And when he tries to hug, you stiff arm that commission in a few short months may be putting you on a six game suspension for breaking a substance abuse or domestic violence or bad for embracing it. Right. It'd be weird. Yeah. You you to hugging it out that'll be on the front of the paper. And then and also what what what do we think about the commission like maybe he was swayed by your embrace? I don't know cover of us weekly with the cut Mark zone between you and happier days. Rocky times now for the commission. So yes, so that's always fun to see in the bounce off those guys in the moment of doing that. But I was hogging the Devon Bush. The Pittsburgh Steelers traded up to to take a tenth overall. I think I've told you before I root for the Steelers. So I was paying extra close attention to that one and being a Pittsburgh native. That's where I I was born in race. I warned him just so, you know, get your ear ready thinks out different people. Don't say Ben Rothlisberger. They say Ben Rothlisberger this by date. He's running that two brownies chasing him and he just like shrugged him off. And he throw it into the end zone. Touchdown dude. The brownies didn't even know what to do and Devin Bush said I don't like that. I mean, just didn't like we will really dog LA. I I don't care for it. Well, it is what it is. Man. I'm not going to be able to change it for you before you get there as a spectator who seen this video which glorious by the way, it is. It is hilarious. It's so awkward democratic does this whole performance. Void. It's going to be like and while damage still talking I'll like that. My country music singing, though, I just rift with country music singer there for to the delight of these players twenty minutes before their dreams come true, and they have some boop singing country songs anyway. So I'm talking to Evan Bush, and it occurred related to Reggie he know his father, though was in the NFL. Devon's was. You know, what Gary this uncle named Davin Bush, no way, I love to Devon's. How about that to how I marvel at Jack and Jim Youngblood being on the rain or at the same time not related how about two guys named Devon both middle. Linebackers drafted in the first ten picks of the NFL draft. Really weird thing. Devon. Now, you sound like on it. So, you know, listen. Amidst all these dreams coming true. The small matter that hey, twenty one year old guy. Go move to some part of the country that really two and a half minutes before you'd never considered. You've probably never been. What would you say is as a well travelled fella? Like like, you are what would be the toughest adjustment from where what background to what city in the NFL would be the hardest one to acclimate to. Well, let's say this is provided that they let's say one to high school in the city or state that they played their all. And so they didn't move from so cowed, the Nebraska, I guess there's more of that now. But yeah, it used to be when we were growing up if you went to US. If you went to UCLA, you're probably from so Cal you didn't move there from Texas mostly I'm going to pick a place that doesn't have a professional franchise. I'm going to say you went to the university of Wyoming, and you're cowboy very nice, and then you want to the Miami Dolphins that would be. That would be jarring. Yes. That would be jarring in this country who I think have have barely. I remember when I went to Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, the first guy who I met my roommate in the dorm was from French lick, and he had a he had a mullet, and he literally this is not an exaggeration literally had three tank tops, the three primary colors and three matching pairs of shorts and then undergarments somewhere stashed away, I'm assuming and that was it French lick Indiana. And as we spoke into the evening, it was revealed that that I'm a bar meets vote that I that I'm Jewish and he's like, you're Jewish. I never met a Jew before. I think that that would probably be jarring for somebody from Wyoming. Same weird the twenty nineteen that's still true that people in pockets of the country have never met people of color, people of different different ethnicities and everything else. Well, you know, what about the other way? I think. But there's there's there's people of color, but a totally different. Like if you grew up in Louisiana versus going to Miami. You have a totally or Chicago, you have a totally different people of color relationship. Yeah. You're totally different people of color, and then, but then the other one I guess that would be more jarring. If you're the Wyoming guy going the Miami then being from like you say Miami or somewhere like that and going Green Bay. Yeah. Although I would say own it because I think. LBJ quite sheep. See PK KFC. Kamar? FDA who's over there? And Corollas curbing into an eighty three year old band in front of our eyes. You know that rapper Amar pelia beef. KGB K, brother. Couldn't be happier. He runs that whole city that is he's got a grid over there. If he was in Miami, or he was in Manhattan, he'd be another ball and brother, but he wouldn't own acreage in be the toast. All right as and his brother Akbar. Bosch you'll be a mill is is the host of of American NGO warrior, and that's exactly the story that he tells that in the small town, he's the he's the big fish in that pond there, but still that's where it's is one thing. Ami and or L A and be like, whoa. People live like this. This is crazy. The weather's always good imagine. Like what kind of weird stuff happened to you that you choose what you get the Green Bay? Like you choose to live where it's where it's frigid eight or nine months year. What happened to you must be the mindset? Yeah. I do think those guys are much bigger fish over there. And we have the, oh, it's a black guy and he's seven foot tall. And how's he going to fit in? He's not gonna fit in. 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One of the nerves in the shoulder from a car accident I cannot raise my own arm and I have to Hook my thumb in my pants pocket to act as a sling because the sling doesn't work because of this comfort. Brought to tears this morning just get in the Carbon God. Bless you I got here. You know why? Because I wanted to see. Let me tell you something and stromer wouldn't talk about himself this way. So I'm going to the doctor said you may never podcast. I I'm sorry. In Shurmur said, just give me the needle. In the Dakar's cut me right into doctor. Psycho. You could go out there and never come back. That's right. I said, I don't care anymore I got to be with the boys maybe you last time. For Fun. It's right and it's going against my he took a hippocratic code. You know what I mean not to do any harm. Oh, and I said go beyond do what you never do. There's a scene I. think there's a scene in varsity blues there's a scene in north Dallas forty or they went into the training room and I said just give me a shot give you the show and was was that needle cortisone when they give the boys the shot in the football thing I don't know but whatever they gave them you took from the doctor because you said I gotTa play give me Game Yeah Baby. You had shoulder before i. Should I've had many first off of had many men disgusts the shoulder had the shoulder problems with to shoulder surgery with shoulder? I am the leading candidate. For shoulder situations at might age rotator cuff things. I had a horrific shoulder injury as a young. PERSO-. Shoulders Outta socket for four days, and it was it was ghastly horrible Freakish football accident that was so bad that they literally stopped the game. Ruin Oh like. The called an early halftime really send everybody to like go sit in opposing end zones and waited for. So what was the situation popped out of socket at a very bad this dislocation that would not return and nobody could get it bad and for some reason, the pain and the nerves in the shoulder are so extensive that it do you remember the pain? Can you remember a do? At a very high threshold for pain. grown-up I still do really and I know, I have a high threshold over pain and the reason I know from going to a dentist with like a crack do and the guy just like looked at my mouth and they went how long has it been this way and I'm like I don't know six months a year and he said. You gotTa High. Shelf pain like everyone else does this comes in that day. I don't react to it. But their shoulder man. Luck and shoulder a fucking brutal brutal. Yeah. I laid there in the field they cut my jersey off the Cali really pads off and the dad's like gathered around me and they just looked at me and they went like someone called amulets. I'm not gonNA touch this kid. So what happened? I laid during the middle of the field. It, some that with my shoulder, you know. Way Out and was broken to and. I was about ten or eleven and I just laid there and I think the dads just like gave me orange slices you know. Couple of water. What else can you? There's nothing they can do. I was just in an exquisite by couldn't be touch if you move me removed and. The gurney came out the the role, the ambulance into the high school and their role, the Gurney out onto the field, and the got me onto the Gurney and they rolled me into the back of the ambulance and I I remember very clearly in the ambulance ride I remember the speed bumps in the parts it on the way here in the God damn truck I'm thinking why is this thing so rough? Yeah. Just because there's so much sensitive academia science when a go over the speed bump hard other. Go. Brutal Yeah and then I went to the. Emergency Room. And then they tried to reset it and they couldn't set it. So what happened? So they sent me home and what did it go back in now? It's never gone in. Day. Those dads are still. Get Outta straitjackets like Mel Gibson. Wait what is that? What. He. Let's take calls. Guvener. I went. I went. I went home. I went home. Yeah. They said you got to see like an orthopedic surgeon or something like we at the emergency room they taped it to me. They taped they made me into a mummy. So couldn't move moved it was it was excruciating. Brutally pain. Went through my mom's pieces shit North Hollywood. I Remember Sleeping, on the Sofa because I couldn't like lay down. Kind of sit up. And I and I I peed into a jar I couldn't get up and walk to the bathroom. It was Ip into a Jar I slept on the SOFA. The next day a went to an orthopedic surgeon in like to Luke alike or something he unwrapped me which was I know can imagine he tried he said, okay. Now I'M GONNA make my move. You know like try to get it in you know and I was like didn't give you any painkiller now there wasn't a lot you know back then for kids they didn't really give you anything then have stuff for kids and He met he got he made his move. He had one move in one try to get IT A. There is no second try. And he made his try and it didn't go and and. I was like I was like excruciating, and then he gave me a a sling I remember he was a Dick because he just gave me like the. Hope around the. Wear that one he didn't tape it up to my body. Walk me out. It up to my body later. Then I went back home then went back to the SOFA that I piss the the fucking jargon and then that night a check into a hospital. Yeah. Who took either Zorba? Got In the back of the micro. Fashion, a Gurney out of his guitar case. Show a went to the hospital that night. I had to stay overnight, and then surgery must have been pain management there. They probably give you of something I I remember being fairly comfortable at that point hospital bed and early the next morning. Up and under general anaesthetic. Nice out Gonyea five four. It back. Got It back in place. So, but it was for. Did you come out and you felt completely better or was it still sore? Sure but it was quite a quite a distance from being out of socket being back and socket, and then they started talking about you know having arthritis or not being right again and. Coming out of socket very easily, and you know and still with all the boxing and stuff never came out. No now I played football the next year I. Suited up and play my parents were like now. I'm doing. I'll tell you there's one advantage to not you know when your parents aren't parents. I was eleven I was like. Yeah. You guys have me sleep pissing and Here's the deal. You're not GonNa make any pot roast. That's fine if you get to do so and you did it to, you have to have a letter signed the. Consent to to play or you pour I, got him to do it added I just fuck fucked them until they get it. Then I played I don't know five seven years more contact football fine I don't have any listen Helen you sleeping was a nightmare last night night before also I'm taken. So Much Ibuprofen, high strength stuff and then alternating the tylenol and the advil, and then they gave me some super duper one yesterday which really seemed to help but God, it's just horrible. Yeah and. Thought about last night like if you're in if you were in battles say and you got one of these injuries, you're dead, you can't move your arm. They just stab because you can't do anything. Over Those are the thoughts i. All right. Let me take on call here at see fireproof safe from the floor I've done that. Hey. Tom? Fifty, two new. Jersey. Adam. How are you? Good stromer want needs to love. You Too Storm Day thanks I. I'm laughing my butt off about your shoulder because on February fourth I had to procedures none. locator and reattached my vice that myself. Okay. So you know you know the pain, right? Like it's the off the charts paint. Couldn't miss my head up for the last my arm for the last six months. After overnight good. Oh, my God well. You know what is weird is i. then I got into boxing and I did work that Right Jab I'm left handed worked in worked in our work in working I worked at and became a very good weapon for me in very strong in maybe maybe. Yeah. Yeah. Sorry you gotta question about installing. FIREPROOF SAFE I have. I have a large about eighty pounds safe. What all my documents in it and you know I'm just worried about somebody breaking in and run off with it although wouldn't be easy but was still be able to do it. Right. I have a hammer drill. There's no pre drilled holes, but I'm sure being fire safe. I'm sure a hole through. Bolsheviks studs. My only concern is wreck. There's piping in my floor. I don't know exactly where has of Slam. How? Car The pipes generally? in the middle of the slab, which is probably four inches thick right you know what years the how has got to be from the sixties or seventies? No, it's actually twenty, two, twenty, four. Twenty. Two Thousand Two thousand sixteen they put you on a slab. I didn't know they did that much slab stuff and and run and stuff in concrete which to me is so bad it could be running under the concrete baby. So. Yeah. It's on other concrete. It should be fun. Your New Jersey got a basement. No. The Slab is is vaccine to me. On a slab so be it I'm guessing it's not a wonderful house. That's a wonderful retirement community. Man Dream now get retirement what what were you doing way firefighter a cop. No we just we my wife has old enough to moving. You're not not me. So as soon as we hit the age love this community for you got the grandmother Dan. Did what Jesus Christ. All right so so This is salt. I had questions about you being on a slab, and now they say you're in a retirement facility no Baseman Jersey. Now now I'm GONNA. Slap okay. There are devices to see if what's in there to Iraq the pipe were. There's a kind of a math you could do like, where's the bathroom? Where's to sink? Are we right behind the toilet in you know? There's no guarantees. You WanNa sink. A. Titan Bolt into the. Slab. Ago. I was thinking more of a stud so I could lay the safe over the studs and then put a not on of it. That's probably the easiest way to do ups and concrete floor if there if it is you to drill in a concrete anchor and expansion bolts a redhead. Correct. And then slip it right over how tall is the safe? What's the dimensions of the safe? It's eighteen by twenty twenty inches high. Or High. Twenty two. So. Because to get a drill inside of it, what you mean kind of thinking more thinking about like visit toll safe just rocket back and forth. That anchor wouldn't do and hold up that much but from what you're talking about I would do. I might do here's what I might do I. Might I might I would limit it my holes I put I do catty corner do like front right and rear laugh. Okay. Do. You could drill a hole in the bottom of your safe and then just put to tighten bolts through it and just go right right through the top kind of thing with it. Or you could do the wedge. Anchor version that you're talking about red head stud whatever. Go down about three inches. You know make like a five eighths whole half inch five eighths a half inch I. I don't know man you could just chance it like you're going down three inches. To polls and what are the? Bathroom. You're not gonNA pray hit anything but my question is in the retirement community who the hell is going to be able to get the safe. Year young punk kids come coming from the city man that's right. You're see the movie the warriors. Sure. That's why I'm calling. Yeah. GonNa Valuable Steel except you know, might it will like. Passport you know stuff like that. It's hard to replace stromer dot his will stolen this morning. Replaced it with some some pain meds. All right. Those wedge anchors work. Pretty good. They're just like studs. You know you get the. Get a six inch or sink three of it into the ground have three inches of stud hanging out put a nut and Washer on it. driller US half inch wages studs wedge anchors like half inch, wedge anchor drill five tolls fighting it, right? Yeah. Let's see. Now I WANNA see his passport 'cause it must be valuable this thing. We must look great and it's a great photo. He's an international man of mystery. All right. Let me hit Zara then we're GONNA talk Why don't you guys talk about building science on? This is interesting talk about that I I J B well, diy. 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Ryan Thirty, eight New York. first time long time I listen to you guys a lot and I hear. Like. Obviously contractor questions, and that's what you guys have done the past and as architect. I just wanted to know if you guys are interested in building science and how it's how scientists. How we bill Maui design yes. Very knows that we're doing a you're doing a high-performance house or I was looking at it, and then I just found a new house and it was higher performance and I just got that house and I'm kind of trying to. Put some performance more performance into. Solar panel. Battery backup storage, and. Things of that nature. But I I'm very interested in the science of building in I was also looking into some modular stuff to some. Some ideas of that because I. I gotta say I walk around my neighborhood I see a cup. There's a couple of mega mansions and they're building neighborhoods it's two by four studs plywood training so. It's like I look at that. I go. What they're building is going to be a seven point, five, million dollar house and they're building it exactly the same as ship boxes they built North Hollywood when I was growing up for eighty grand, right right I don't like it but go ahead. There are some module homebuilders in New Hampshire I think one, it's called Eko core and Benson would homes I do like penalize systems that will design the house and then deliver it to your site and put it up pretty much large panels. The Alabama factory I'm. I Look I love all that fucking expanding foam spray inside all the maze and I love all I. Don't you know I would like a lot of medals died and a lot of stuff that's a little more synthetic and little less organic floating lot of steel metal stud. Lot of that kind of stuff I'm I'm all about it. Also I think people think modular homes are going to be cheaper. They're actually more expensive per square foot but I think you get a better product and it's environment. Yeah. You you build hermetically sealed essentially where there's no exposure to elements before it goes in I. Think it's a great idea. I just don't think that the guys that are in the trades not not only do they not know much about it, but they also are threatened by the idea of having that replaced them. You know. So it's it's kind of it's kind of looked upon as like. Wow Great. The way what are we going to do you know? Yeah. So what he when? Yeah when I when I drive around and I see new houses being put up and over five months, they're they're they're they're not even dried in and it's raining it's the middle of winter and I'm like well, you're GonNa have a very wet house. You already have mold probably growing in there I mean what? What's going on I even know that I literally walk my dog around the neighborhood and I see the the sound of flapping Vac in the wind was coming off. A cold sweat. No. Hold on, not even wrapped with Thai. It's just got the imply the ply is only just pieced in and I see the nails running right I mean it's rained times. It's wintertime and that houses not now and and it's a multi million dollar homes and you'll encapsulated with drywall insulation it'll never dry it'll get dry rot and termites I I don't WanNa get no I'm with you I feel the same I wouldn't want the car I was driving built outside. and not feel the same way and I get it and you know what? I think a lot of it is. Out here, the folks that do the building are mostly Hispanic. The people that are doing the work you know what? I mean. These guys are just old school cinderblock guys like they're just block work masonry work framing. It's it's all old school old country Hispanic population and it's it's not Andrew Yang in a in a warehouse. It is a crank and stuff with robotic arm and they just, and for now it's cheaper Yes for now too and so it's Kinda like I feel I love the modular idea. I think it's like a labor, the Labor versus building material 'cause I mean, what in your saving? When you're doing what in doing the field you're saving because it's The Labor is a little ass and whatnot. But then when you do it in a factory, you're paying more up front, but then you save with Labor in the field. Right, you don't have any rain days, but also I mean, you have to factor in things like this like I've looked into modular building and it's like where still close company that builds modular homes it was like their up north there are no Oregon area and it's like. How much to build a modular home? Oh, it's I. Don't know. Three hundred and fifty bucks a square foot or something like that and you, and then they pause and ago. But it's GonNa be one hundred, shipping one, hundred, seventeen, thousand dollars to ship. That's. About one hundred, seventeen, you don't think about one hundred K. for shipping. No, but a house that's right and the problems I've had to alcohol the different companies and say, great my client wants to come see it and they're like, oh, well, there's one in Boise. Idaho we go out we can do a virtual tour. So it's like you can't physically I've been feel and see what it is. If they do the homeowner show in the in the form or whatever you know the the big space up here if you go out the Convention Center, I've been visited. There tastic here's where we're at in my Ryan. You tell me what you think. Stromer Lick your wounds over there. Thank you stifle yourself but now I'm interested. Were were really we're at the point now with electric cars soon with electric trucks just talking about on car cast. We're at that point now at the range at the price point, you can get yourself. A Chevy volt and ranges two, hundred, ten miles at and and it charges overnight and the sticker price is thirty three thousand dollars. A ten years ago. This wasn't doable. Doable. One Electric car you had to, by Tesla one hundred grand a roadster and whatever it is that's where we're at with the modular homes. You won a modular home. Now it's like having electric car eight years ago route here you know what I mean you can have one, but you ain't going to be cheaper and then there's not gonna be charging stations everywhere. You have to really want one I like the. Idea of electric car button each day that goes by as more companies get into the game as more chart infrastructure gets built it becomes just commonplace right now you want electric cards pretty. We're so workplace. Now we're we're just crossing over like if you went electric car now it, it'd be a good idea. It's a little bit of a coin toss five years from now you'd be a fool not to have electric. And I think it's going to be the same way that modular home and I, think the people that are motivated to get the the the blue armor, whichever brand you're talking about ultimately are behind because they're they're buying into the idea that you're somehow more conservationist minded or or less You know toxic chemicals in the process of what they're using in terms of what to build and stuff like that. So I think. and Whatnot Baggy. So you have to really buy in on that on that and things before you. You know be to justify spending the extra money which it is about thirty to forty percent more per square foot to build now. But that will change the I like the idea of it. But Ryan, thanks for sparking this very interesting conversation request. Yeah. I know you guys are on your you're currently doing your duet with the gunfighter ballads and whatnot Could you guys sing to me? Marty. Robbins El Paso. Shall I start place? Down in the West Texas town of El. Paso I fell. I got. The first one I know I'd start. A new sticks and tone of El Paso. Little Mix of Kim and fell in love. We'll see we'll fight about lyrics. Now keep gone. That's up on the screen I gotta get my glasses Ryan so far. This is by the way you're welcome for your Valentine's found at. The West Texas town of El Paso, I fell in love Amax. A nighttime would find me and Rosa's CANTINA. Music would play. Pitches. Blue. Seven for the. Weekend Evil while casting are. My Love was D for this magnification made and I was in love in vain I could Yeah. Yes I gotta I gotTa help my shoulder by the way just for a moment at some point you guys. Let me tell you about fall in love. The Mexican Kaoh it goes south does somewhere all these people start moving. You don't even know where there before it starts off awesome. Yeah. You know what find? Find Jane the American Song. come a little bit closer if you find the Jane, the American Song, come a little bit closer, and I don't know Gary how this one ended with Marty, Robinson El Paso but it never ends goods never like Oh we got married and had a bunch of kids but now it's always. So at some point, Jose, would come in and pass. Yeah. He's passed because it turns out. Well, my friend married a lovely woman down in in Mexico and he's American she was from Guadalajara and he did a little number and got got. Some other girl pregnant unfortunately, and he's and the guy. The drug lords after. Mexico. That's exactly what the Americans are singing. Going to a little cafe. Some beautiful Latina Gal. Are, your comes. Goes. Hand. Closer. Alone Hey. Fan Yeah. All right. This is going good so far right. Scott those dark is. Fighting an exciting dark hair. He's known his. Always to turn. Served. So big. Off. Crap. Free South Roma. About both Baba. Who? Smashed flat. ME. I'm not? Dad Oh here's. Turn. A man, you know you're in trouble plenty oils as on A. Drink for. High. Quality Window. You say to. bacause. Now listen. To what happened. When you're dating that Gal south of the Board, I would've sat down with the employees this song. Yeah. Lane how things work over there it's actually shocking to me that I had never heard this before gary back you're seeing I'd ever heard it but I lived it. happened. You look happened Matt what long-term girl I know. But what did he come after you? Your version of Jose Since. Always in black that's. What happened at the end with Marty Robbins because it always, it always turns south with the with the. You. Know, what I want to know what those those last stands were. It starts off awesome and then it just. You know something's dread for dreadfully wrong for I. Feel a deep burning pain in my side though I'm trying to stay in the saddle and getting weary unable to ride. But my lover Felina is strong and I rise where I've fallen dough. I'm weary I can't stop to rest see the white puff of smoke from the rifle. Feel the bullet go deep in my chest from out of nowhere. Felina has found me kissing my cheek as she kneels by my side cradled by two loving arms that I'll die for one little kiss then Felina goodbye. But wait who shot him Jose Jose was dating Felina Check. and. He had a long rifle not good. Bad is what it is bad. Thank God. That the way to that daily made out of there. All right. I got line to Sutton line threes. This Ryan. Already to. About Three is also Ryan Habits lit up. Three fell off right now geico offering an extra fifteen percent credit on car motorcycle and RV policies. That's fifteen percent on top of the money GEICO could already be saving you if you're going with. GYCO. So I don't know what you're waiting for people you want to save money on your auto insurance motorcycle RV says, well, there's money to be saved with GEICO and you get fifteen percent off when you switch by October seventh visit GEICO, Dot Com to learn more flipped around a timely jam today. No, you didn't. Yeah. Dead now. I was actually telling Ozzy to do it. So what what was and what you guys you know is it was a door that swung in. As you've faced it. The hinges were on the left and went in yeah and I said. I want the door to swing in. But I want to hinges on the right. And he was like, no, take a ticket a ticket to not take it a ticketed. No, he was explained to me that if we turned it around, we just turn the whole jam around the door would swing out on the right not in and I was trying to explain to him. You can flip the time. Upside down. It back together with the bottom on the time and he was was like, no, it's going to. And I said. I said no, I said flip it over first. Off. Gary. What I'm talking to retarded people about building you do you do understand that I'm not being nonsensical like I'm staring at the door I'm not going make it swing inside even though that's impossible because if you just flipped it around, it would swing the other way there is. Thing everyone factor in what I know. If I'm telling you to do a timely door and I'm saying swing it in and I've hung a thousand timely doors and time smarter than you are in that I know some. No we have to take into consideration with ozzy he's being hunted right now by his lover's boy say always yeah. So I go swing it around turn it over to him and he's like, no the hinges on the wrong side no turn it over and swinging around I came back the next day. It's like he touched it and like why didn't you swap this running the ticket to work but it's ticketing Jeddah. I should flip it over and don't expect. GimMe a tape measure it gives me got 'em taste measure I measure from the top of the jammed down to the top of the hinge mortis nine inches I then throw it on the floor. It's ninety and identify. Then go to the strike the strike side where the indentation of strike. Thirty. Forty inches from the floor. Now up to the ceiling forty inches it's all in the middle now fucking flip it over. They'll snap together and he's like okay, showed up the next day it was like how? Would you do that and just go? Ritual I have to go through. This sort of period right to talk people into my ideas and I don't like that part I. If I said it then they're probably mean probably got to probably going to happen I've considered that. Believe you me. If this was a regular door. and. I was looking up at the top hand and the top page was seven inches away from the top and I looked down to the bottom in the bottom with eleven inches away. Rover right I'm looking at the same distance from the bomb also looking at the strike plate in the middle of the jam and see that's a great design time that you can do that. Why wouldn't they do it that way? Why wouldn't they do every door that way wonder. You mean like. All everything's exactly centered. All hinges are centered everywhere. Why would they do that? That's a great idea. Never, do now you're talking about like pre hung. Or mortis. I don't know because you can literally. Nine. Oh, you like to sink the screws. Yeah, but the Big Square I. Sure. I'll never live now. Literally. Take a flathead screwdriver pop off the molding the casing. Yeah. Back out a couple of techs group right from the side fucking pull the thing apart taken apart, stick it back together and slam it right back in and you can have the door swings now. People are afraid of. Steel. Guys that I know the frame are freaked out by stillness they've done you know commercial. Now, and I think that's it. You've done allow these warehouses you know you're comfortable in it. I did I did ti work not the rapper tenant improvement were the one that invented that that up right? Yeah. I did by the way we should probably have the auto tune when we do some of our numbers just in case we haven't warmed up. And you're? Kinda you're right. There's A. There's a gritty. Ryan asked us to sing. It's getting out there. The people know our passion area. They really you're. Okay. The. Yeah, I did work. I did tenant broom work When I was working I was lucky enough. To have this. Cavalcade Sh- mortgage board of experiences I was lucky enough. Or unfortunate enough to do earthquake rehab. Work. which is a bitch but I now understand hold downs threatening you can. Science by basic sheer walls I know all the earthquake stuff. I did earthquake work. I did residential remodelling kind of rub off foundation and stuff I did a lot of finish in that world. I did I worked at a cabinet shop did tons of laminate work. So Andrew Closets now. Is. A cabinet shop and Chatsworth and I did a ton of laminate work but was the closet place called that was always better size ABC. Causes Causes 'cause that was a full euro shot yeah. No Laminate now preached off Melamine Courtrai and. The whole driller euro hinges thirty five millimeter system bloom. All of that ship. By the way did you know that all the stuff has bloom hardware I did not know lot of people are now buying frame boxes and then buying their own custom doors because the Kea Steph so much cheaper to great tip but you can get your own doors in customize up that stuff and it's still the same stuff high in cabinets use you buy the KEA boxes? Or the doors. Yeah. So it's all along the thirty five millimeter system, the holes that they drill for the for the bloom hinges of the mortis whole whatever it's a thirty five millimeter home. It's like ancient a quarter inch and three eighths or something like there's a American version work for that. I, think the. Multi hole drillers. Are, spaced out thirty five millimetres. It's all on this thirty five millimeter system I worked panel saws. There I work multi hole drillers I work edge panders I worked the blue. So you're you've done the more the mass production stuff see, and that's why you have all that and I worked at I worked at a we built A. Big Ti project or medium-sized tenant brewer project, and a fucking box factory and Gardena, and that's where we did some metal stud yeah. So I learned about metal stuff. So if you were going to build your own home, would you do everything in metal? Steel studs. I I would. I'll tell you the thing about steel stud you know people. People. Don't think clearly. They think about working with wood and sinking a nail and using a nail gun framing gun toenail and pop pop or whatever you know and they they like I get it. Think about. Here's just a couple of things to think about. First off. All the steel studs or punched out and Los you can pull as much fucking condo later packs or whatever is huge. Huge guys. They fucking frame the whole thing and they got a Gat damn to buy for the guys got the Milwaukee de handle whole hog over there at the fucking inch and half Auger bed. He's own working it through the fucking thing here Kreider mining most of the framing. Anyway you hear the. Cracking. I had a house from the twenties weather up in the hills fucking floor sag some you just go downstairs you see the little cricket wall, the Little Cripple Wall it's got a two inch hole going through their course to fuck two by four. Right, of course. Yeah. Now. Sixteen on center, you got a two by four by six wall and you've got to do a twenty foot, run a pack your fucking. They're just drilling making a mass and also think about. These. These studs, they just come and fucking bundles right? You know what I mean. You can. You can get a hundred sings in the back and they're all. The same size and they're all true right? There's no deflowered. Get the same solid feel that you can get in a well framed well, constructed wood frame home with steel studt. Do you know I mean how office buildings you touch the wall I? Kind of feel Jenky can you get that solid feeling? I would I the answer is yes and no yes you could go with a metal stud you could insulate you could go with that quiet rock you know like a five eighths Iraq or your, or even double up the whatever or cheer wallet or whatever. But like I think when you go with the quite rock and you insulate or do good quite rock and good mud and tape job and stuff, it's it's pretty solid. I kind of get what you're saying look they're not. Those kinds of stats aren't bearing right. So you have to do your mainframe at a steel out of out of orange. Steel are the. Primer stuff grade stuff, and then you have to go in between with this shit but. I don't know. Won't burn that's the other thing. We'll just the and holes alone. Yeah. Polling that I was. Doing my own home in the steel next time. Well, what about termites? Nothing about mold nothing right. What about just true about deflection I mean you see studs like I I got fucking stud walls. Dip in and. It's an eight foot, ten foot fucking two by four. It's perfectly. `perfect. It's imperfect like you are, but we love you. You love lumps in. All right. That's right. I think it's warts and all that's right. And Hey. It. Venereal warts. Spending. Steve San Antonio actually that was part of. My marriage foul this miss amy. So I love you venereal warts. Do Go ahead say. Hey No way real quick before I get my question. You tell that story about your Your door. JAMB. my wife when she bought the house we're living in I was in another state. So I didn't get to do the walk through and there was this this lemon cabinet upstairs where the door opened inward and she my wife did I've high nothing to do with it she made them turn it around so that the door open outward because if it opened in where you couldn't even use the closet because the door took up so much space. So I thought that was really cool her to do. That that's a keeper Are you on a speakerphone Steve I in? Yes. Mason a little bit. All right. Yeah, Hey. What's going on talking about that? Okay. So I have a rental property and we're trying to get it rented, and before we rent it, I, want to clean up the copper saint. You know tarnished. It's a three year old copper sink or whatever. So do you have any tips on how to get all that tarnish off of that sink and make it all shiny and lovely for my rental uses I'm the have all this. Stuff and stuff that does that and I'm thinking Scotch Scotch Pad. Really Fun. The finest grade steel wool. You can possibly have and and some of the product that Adams talking about will do it. and. Then don't run any water until you finish showing it. Just nine until. Yeah, just. Don't even touch it because it'll start to oxidized Haley. Quick. I'm not an expert but. I you might be able to wax when you're done. Yeah. Like some kind of a clear code idea. Yeah. I. Now know anything clear-cut like I'm thinking about just pure car Nuba Yeah because just trying the air off. That's all it is like when you're done getting it where you wanted to take some like automotive, that's a good new by in a pat buffet up I. Think the Great Idea I it's GonNa look good I. Don't know how how long it's going to hold, but it's going to look Yeah I. Dunno Gary Look that up has anyone ever taken. Wax I used to wax my refrigerator and wax my oven and she had because I had I had automotive. Yeah. That work. Yeah it's like a car hood. Yeah. Beautiful. Yeah. It's beautiful. Spray the panel bodyshop, right Took them to automotive Monte. Great. I do. Yeah. People were like How's that going to work and I go I know I've seen painted delorean's. delorean. It look when it's painted the delorean looks like a car painted rat just use to right primer. Yeah. To keep the Patina Oh carnival wax and specialize COUPLA. Are Your Best Bet look See why do people question your genius why I wonder why? I think that people think we're on the same footing. Ozzy. is driving a pickup truck that looks like like Fred Sanford would go. I got an image and he lives in crappy apartment and he begs me for work. But when we're talking about building were exactly even. Yeah Right. I have the same relationship with my wife and kids Jackley even although. You should be factoring some of me into that. That's right. But Ozzy's a good good craftsman. At the end of the day is he does he do good finish stuff. See. He's good for certain things but really. The thing about the Latino guys I have learned is not really with this. Specific finish like really high end finish. Much better with the masonry paint stucco that. 'CAUSE 'cause they're trained in going fast. And also they just ex go fast. Data is weird like your furnace, the Old House from the twenty up the hill had a really cool twenties type of stucco on it had to bust open outside stucco repair some plumbing or something told, is you to patch it up? And he just finish it off with a sponge trowel. So it looked like a seventy s apartment building. So you see this big rolling, cool stucco finish, and then this one piece of seventies lunch. DOT The middle. Yeah. So I had explained to them that. That wasn't what I was looking. Well, yesterday's matter of fact, my guy surrounded by the way said yesterday. Hey instead of removing these post, we're gonNA just Sandham so that they look we'll take the pain and then stay the same I said it's it's Doug for the filled with termites rotting. 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REShow: Guest Hosts Suzy Shuster and Marshall Faulk. Shaquille ONeal and Charles Barkley. Hour 3 (12-20-19)

The Rich Eisen Show

44:27 min | 1 year ago

REShow: Guest Hosts Suzy Shuster and Marshall Faulk. Shaquille ONeal and Charles Barkley. Hour 3 (12-20-19)

"Thank you for listening to this. podcast one sports net production available on Apple podcast and podcast one okay. This is a thirty second commercial. Jill and I'm going to throw a lot of numbers at you but please stay with me and just fifteen minutes. You could save fifteen percent or more on car insurance. This company's been offering great rates and great service risk for over seventy five years in. Anytime you need help you can speak to one of their trained specialist. Twenty four seven. The company is GEICO GO TO GEICO DOT COM today. Sorry for all the numbers and in five four three two one amount of time our number three underway on this edition of the rich Eisen shows. Suzy Shuster Marshall Faulk with me. My husband on television call him. Merry Christmas to me indeed. Chris Brockman how are you. What else do you you know? Just just hear chilling out before I start making cookies in Carpool just just stopping by to enjoy the holiday season with the guys or pool. Cookies Carpet Carpool B. S.. All these Games we play here on the rich Eisen show thrilled to have you all eight. Four four two four rich is your number. She Kilo Neil. It will be calling in shortly. Charles Berkeley will follow that we had Emmett Smith and EJ Smith on in the first hour because like to really go. Hi With my class list. I like to bring in and like you know hall of famers our bus that uses role. It's my merry Christmas gift to all of you. Rich Eisen listeners. Out there I just try to keep it real you do you keep it real. Also ideally sweat sweat and I wait for shack to call in and luckily he's on the phone because Scindia who runs his life. She's tough she makes me look easy but you keep doing this year on the rich Eisen show because Shaquille you know I can't have a show without you. How are you doing my name and Marshall Faulk? I know that lasts anywhere. Whatever these are daddy are you doing? I'm good man. I'm good good. What's going Glenn? No take this with you and your family saying thank you very much a kill. What's your favorite Christmas tradition? That you have in the O.`Neil Household House on my favorite tradition is being able to take care of hundreds of thousands of kids around the world I realize was On Christmas morning the twenty million kids wake up with not one. Single gift tried to put a dent in almost every big dumb Actually Rapper politician buildings MERICA. Just take care wherever you from your neighborhood boys and girls club well. It'd be a better place this year. Did Atlanta Ben Rooms Oak New Jersey. Orlando Florida Las Vegas at La so go being able to buy toys for kids and have them smile as a good thing and all about crazy towards good tour tyndall switches Packs bikes. You know Rome's all the stuff that the kids I don't really I don't really receive so Christmas. My kids are older. So the marsh and you know this. They don't really want. They want the bank account in for best. Here's the smarter go shares. I always talk to you know. Bring them down in the middle somewhere. You know she killed there's a Looking for real estate there's a house in Washington Washington DC. It's a big house. It's white I think the address is sixteen hundred. Got Big bedrooms. They've got tall ceilings. Maybe that'd be a good place for you to go and and take up shop and twenty twenty do quality. You know that I would like you to that would be nice Let's per second of the game that we saw last night we saw big men walking in Janis and Janas and Shaquille. What did you see when you saw him last night? Five three pointers when you say you on the floor. We talked a lot especially last year when they talked to you. A lot for the Lakers stuff. But when you see this giant the man striding down the court the revenge the seven footers what was your what was your thought less eight and watching him play for driving all kids when they to what I mean by that it wasn't a hydride pick when he was fifteen six sixteen Yup top-ten player where he drafted in but because of hard work because of perseverance because of him believing that he's the best player in the world. He's here now and he's putting everybody on notice and you know what we. We all love about sports that you marching value suzy. You've been around a long time. It's all about competition. I love competition. I listened to Brian been banned for a long time but at some point he's either going to go away on this all or one of those youngsters out. They're going to be okay. I know you're the king. But the king what about and you know he came out and played and he showed his game last night. Because I'm sure this guy. Reporters is tobacco back off of him and you know. Anthony Davis got on either. WanNa get up on close. He backed act up and he was. I guess what I've been working on my game. And he shot five threes. I don't like him to three. But if they're GONNA go in keeps you a big mess and He's I know he's making learn the gap too soon to say that then check because we're looking at the numbers we're looking at looking at this kid at. Were you know Lebron thirty eighty five. He's twenty five and we saw moments last night where it felt like is there a torch being passed away leading into that too early. It depends on your definition of torch definition of torture. Me As you gotta get that Goal Ball at your house you know. I know. He's every he fell short and When it comes to being one of the best players in the game is but you know what makes libra arthritis? He makes other players around and he's won the time so I know you didn't win last year. But the fact that he has three rings still gives him the hierarchy over. You know all the other players that are coming up number but you will probably be collapsed. You'RE GONNA say K B and stuff but they're not really plan this year so you can't really count them as Lebron Kawai and then the honest and then James and all those guys scratching but that position but you know really about competition. Is You know the way people see it. You know some people are gonNA say some people say no the Broncos I love these conversations does this conversation just you know makes it better for the game. You Know Marshall Your in your horse here who is the best running back this year and they made that you know like I remember talking about the Marceca. I love him. I think he's the best you got some guys out there and do this year. I know he's doing what Michael Vick did. And all that being one nothing yet and all that and all that I just sit back and listen because we've been doing all of that makes great TV. It makes a great radio now when you when you look at Janas and I you know I just I keep. He'd contemplating this now. He might overtake Lebron as When when you think about the player at that the fans love watching and and and all of that? But I'm trying to figure out in Milwaukee Can Janas by himself compete with the clippers or with the Lakers. I just don't I just don't think one guy and some others can do with these. Multiple superstar teams are doing a longer burn mushroom since I was eighteen. Nineteen all right. So don't don't you ever ask question which radio voice put some bathing. You intelligent man you you great question It'd be a great story if he could as you know when it comes to to play a team sport the others always going to have to step up the way. He's playing right now. He's giving them competence and if they can step up step up last night they do have a shot. Of course you're going to need you. BET second score score as Middleton so onerous every pressures longhair Shaquille O'Neal joins us here on the rich Eisen show in the playoffs. And I thought I lost you. Lashing Middleton disappeared in the playoffs. Yeah yeah he disappeared in the playoffs. I keep watching I. I don't like I don't think that there are others when you get in the playoffs in and you you know it's it's seven games. I don't know what those others can show up because Janas GonNA win. Probably one of those four that they need to win the others all finals other teams. That's going to be in a hot. They're going to make the others beat them. You heard it here. First of the other goal step up on a singles day they step up and win and go for they WanNa Championship on. It's GonNa be a Milwaukee you know step up and get people putting stuff in his ear. Maybe go here man who knows. Look if I'm a phone call on Menaka doubtful Shaquille O'Neal here on the rich. Eisen show Suzy Shuster Marshall. Faulk but do you really think Janas will stay in the walkie. Regardless I mean there's beaches to be had there slave to the hat. Is it really all there is to win because let's face it. Nobody knows about living big city more than you do. All they went to that city. Maximum L. dollars okay. So you know you still have to take care of. The business is about the way it's set up now Milwaukee Convey House and you know for him the numbers they passing around. I think they're going from three something. which you think Marshall Max it out like whatever to wherever the most they we can give him the kid he's he's proven to me and I think everybody watches basketball that he's not afraid of doing the work to get better? Better have to look at it for three hundred million in Milwaukee gone stretch a lot further than three hundred million in La career hundred million in Milwaukee similar to three hundred million in Miami. Three hundred million in Canada ain't nothing compared to three hundred million in California. So He's GonNa we'll have to look at the business of basketball really. What and you know these days you know they talk about you? Need to be in the bigger and bigger market is on your phone. It's called social media. You guys everybody wants to. You don't need to live in a big city to you. Know get to know the road and the PALMYRE hand. It's called social media. Sheila Neil joins us here on the rich Eisen show. She killed before I ask you more about the clippers. Who Lost to the rockets last night? Have you ever seen a player in the middle of a game. Stop a game name in start measuring a hoop all. The girls can call is called Marketing people that look at your mice choosy about twenty years. I used to watch just the people who have never in the middle of the long see it on TV right. Shoot IT ON TV marketing marketing. So everyone's going to take a little look at Russell Westbrook. What about the clippers? I mean we talked about that Marshall and said it's hard to even recognize this team with a new look new colors the new font they'd been put together very very well. What are your thoughts on the clippers? I would a double one two punch which you got Kawai and Paul George with on that first. And then you got Lou Williams and earl come off the bench averaging one night that I don't think I've I love seeing that team before. And they hang out on defense you know The last last question before Before Toronto Golden State and had a lot of scores but they also hung their hat on defense so is going to be. It'll be fun and I like what I hate when people ask the question if the Eber Ward will liberal. That's true I can't say on the rich Eisen show but the but the word starts with what I can't see watching somebody. Somebody who known you for so long as when people like to Sadia. Hey Shaquille Are they the little fellas fellas piece. I've heard guys think of an original question I mean. How many times can you possibly be asked? Are they the little the little brothers in the locker room and they always say that in the faking. Got a question for you. Give taking me a surprise team like a team. That's kind of under the radar that could actually make some noise or they might be like. Maybe maybe they might be a piece. Lisa Stewart Bellevue. Those those guys can can get their act consistently together. Not that it's a problem but you know when you're playing like Joel. You should already know what it takes to be. Because we're telling you a great you can't have lapsus thousand yards in one year and then next year you come back go for three hundred yards to know better than that. We're going to jump on. You're going to be Tamie. You want the best running back ever teach outside do the herky-jerky moves you doing. Get us some yard. So the fact that we had to jump ahead and the other that You know to get him to get on track. She should already know that he should already want that. y'All wants that. He knows that you know. We don't have to say goodbye. Guys he plays are every play he works the game. I like the fact. He said my joining up with more of a superstar and working overnight superstar kind of amount. Are you the joint. What's happening here? It sounds like you're cooking the background. What are you making a making? I'm making sure Mostert ribs some lamb chops to macaroni and cheese and some fried chicken. So it's a late day for you. You'RE GONNA have a cooking show coming up in my my my award-winning award winning chef Alex Conan is show me how to prepare dishes cooking. Show what could trigger show coming out mark. It's called in the kitchen with check. Yeah this is breaking news breaking news music I mean. Are you kidding me. What can't you do this? This is my I'm coming out with a lot of lot of products that that will be easier for people to cook. So are you actually cooking this or somebody else cooking. And you just can't wait to see this and I'm just thinking they marshland you and I had to hop on the First Flight Outta here and actually get some rent. I'm just thinking you know in being in Texas to time spend Baton Rouge he dad he he yeah he can put some dishes together or curb. What's the best thing that you can make? Rich can make scrambled eggs. That's it and a really Liga. Drink Brooklyn Snack robbing souffle lamb. I think we need a little bit of explanation that please. It would shock Rahman souffle mark. ROBINS top Ramen but I call it smack. Rama is going to make you smack. Yeah but if you're a marketing guy could be. It should be called Shack Rahman right shouldn't it be. Isn't that trademarked. Thank you. I'll give you the three point. Nine percent of trump that keel acting holding your ass up for so long. It's about time I got something from it. I'm just saying you know it's it's been a lot of years. Give me three point nine percent. That's all I'm asking for. Christmas is three point nine percent. I think we're good jobs. What do you got for commercial shack so Marshall? I think thank gave the heisman out too early. Joe Biden is the heisman. But when you get in this late in in the playoffs and all that stuff self and you're already gonNA play a team great. You don't want to give them extra ammunition exactly so when they play. Oklahoma who already has a tough defense wool weak this game next week. I'll be crazy to say okay heisman. All right we'll see watch this and then they lose that game. Then you know we we. We don't get to play play in the player the National National Championship Game Player Oklahoma. Who who who who? They Plan Oklahoma Oklahoma again quarterback that no them journal hurt Jalen hurts. He's very familiar with with with with the defense coordinator and the defense after official word that heisman. Dogs extra food yeah. That's why the the heisman trophy winner and a national championship. It's rare that they're on the same team. It's very merry Christmas. I love going in is always always or he is in Tampa Bay calling the Box Game Tomorrow. Yeah he's got the Texans Bucks tomorrow so you'll see. Am on the wing back and do the Sunday show. But let's do a facetime after this so I can see this food food and I'm your party down in Miami to circle Yeah Yeah me too Miami. You're worried. Merry Christmas thanks to you. She Kilo Neil L. has always but cooking. Now it's it's really painful but all I really am thinking about right now. Can I possibly get three point nine percent. That's asking. I forgot to ask him I. I know it's over but the rap beef that Daimler had yeah. I mean shut. Shaq had a platinum album wrapping. You know in the movies and the dude has done so much but then the just getting the rap beef with another guy. Oh my God hilarious Sas Kobie had that turned out last time Charles. Berkeley and your calls. When we come back on the rich Eisen show we all have something about ourselves? We WanNa work on whether playing too many video games or hating our jobs. Of course doing the work to actually make changes happen is easier said than done talks Fox based on line therapy is here to help talk. Space is the most convenient and affordable way to get dedicated support and accountability. As you work towards your goals you no longer have to go to an office in schedule Appointments Appointments to work with a licensed therapist talks base matches you with one of their five thousand providers based on your needs and preferences all from the privacy of your device. That's right no awkward waiting rooms or Scheduling hassles required talks online. 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I'm Suzy Shuster in for Marshall Faulk his riches in Tampa Bay getting ready to call the Texans in the box on Saturday the first of three games before he then takes a flight home and hops up at four in the morning for yet another game day morning on. NFL Network. Chris Brockman. What do you have for sneaky? Good Games let's do sneaky. Good Games hit it. There's Chris Brockman with sneaky good games contests likely to surprise you. Were there heretofore. Undisclosed Competitive Sticky Good Games brought to you by capital one capital one is reimagined baking offering savings and checking accounts with no fees minimums and one of the nation's best savings rates. It's capital one. What's in your wallet? Approval required wired capital one and a member. FDIC okay see you game some NFL. Picks Four. Saturday I'm GonNa give you just three slate games tomorrow. Texans ends at Bucks. I'm looking at the total. Let's go over forty nine the Texans. I don't know who's showing up but I gotTA figure they're scoring points on the bucks defense and Jameis. Winston is looking king to make history. Marshall we know is the first quarterback to throw for four hundred and fifty plus yards in back to back games only one quarterback in. NFL history has three straight four hundred yard games. Do you know who that is sir. Warning it is Ryan Fitzpatrick to start last year the quarterback Oh my God played with Ryan Fitzpatrick did it to start last year. And James Winston alluding to match fits magic literally made it a feat. That means nothing now. Thank God I thought it was like Kurt. Ben Rothlisberger drew brees somebody that nope just demean. Rive it's important for. I mean I don't know I mean I I I might be playing wide receiver for the bucks tomorrow. I'm not really sure but I don't think it matters. Jameson is going to go off again. This game is going to be like a pinball machine just bouncing back and forth touchdowns over over forty nine second game bills Patriots. I'm going to take the bills on the road. I think the pats probably end up winning this game. But it's going to be close. Maybe feel gold something like twenty seventeen seventeen will score. I like the bills plus six and a half in Foxborough. Lastly the night game rams at forty niners again another team. I don't know who's going to show show up. I don't know what Rams team is GONNA show up in San Francisco. I like the forty niners to win at home. By more than touchdown I'll take the niners minus six and a half in that one. There's a lot of jekyll and Hyde out there. There really is. I mean I feel like the forty niners for surreal but What do you need to see more out of them to kind of proves? Let's say this you got to win the game. You're supposed to win. You can't let Atlanta hang around right and then beat you because they they have. They have a dynamic player. Julio Jones that if the game is close in an in an offensive play need to be made he is going to make it. They should not have been in that position. They just that should not happen. Has Jimmy Garoppolo apple done enough this year to prove to you that he can win a super bowl and I must say yes because he's played great but he's he's thrown interceptions and bounced back from it and let's let this is his first full season like people don't understand that like the dues made a lot of money he's Not played a lot of football but this is his first full season that he's about to complete as a starting quarterback in the NFL. You think there've been in the seahawks. I'm just I put Russell Wilson and Pete Carroll when they're playing good you know they're not as good but I'm just saying in that category. They're hard to beat is just like it's just like Brady and Belichick they are. The combination is just. It's hard to beaten Russell. Wilson is always in every game and he's just somehow someway. He's going to find a way to give his team. A chance to win the ballgame. Yeah Kevin Kevin Corcoran. The ringer has a great line about the they. Don't play normal games. No nothing about you know. Sixty minutes is normal. But they're always in it and they always have a chance to win it in the end. No matter what is in its forty niners at at Seattle. Yeah both of them when you're GONNA have to twelve twelve hundred twelve and three teams. WHO's the ones he can be? Then I just don't see Seattle losing. Yeah I I don't see Seattle losing right now they I. I mean they've a bunch of different players the different cast of characters but on defense. You still have. Yeah you have wagner offense you have Russell they get home. Field advantage really matters. It might in Seattle because it's so crazy up there but you really think after we talk about it all the time that it really matters it matters slave it matters. Say If say if the rams had to go to Seattle. It wouldn't matter if you're not accustomed to to what you have to deal with in the stadium that you're going to then it matters but if you play there all the time it's like okay it's it's just another away game so when you when you have a when you have a division rival it's it really doesn't matter when when when they're you know you get the two teams from the West sort of north south and they're playing each other but if you get a team that hadn't played a lot of football in you know up in Seattle and they you gotta go there to play and I say this you take New Orleans and you put them outside in Seattle in the elements and they haven't played well there you you know. That could be a something that Sean Sean would really coach Peyton would really be adamant with these guys on the the mindset in the mentality of plane and that hostile environment and then how do you. How do you try to set up for that? I mean that's a by the way I'm asking that to myself because you can't you can't you cannot see malate those conditions for those players out there all right Charles Barkley coming up to bring this puppy home for us on this holiday edition of the rich Eisen. Show Suzy Shuster Marshall. faulk much more we when we come back including your phone calls. Everybody's got A to do list. Drop off the dry cleaning pick-up some milk. Here's an idea idea. Let's add save hundreds of dollars on car insurance to that list things. You don't have to drop off or pick up anything. All you have to do is go to GEICO DOT COM and in fifteen eight minutes you could be saving fifteen percent or more on car insurance extra money in your pocket. Of course this may be the most rewarding to do you do today. Hey listeners just wanted to take a minute to thank all of my great sponsors and all of you great listeners for supporting this podcast certainly couldn't do this show without either of you. I wanted to remind you that you can support my sponsors by going to my show page at podcast one dot com clicking on the support this podcast button and there. You'll see all of my wonderful sponsors that help make this show possible. So thank you for downloading subscribing and of course supporting now back to the show. Welcome back to the rich Eisen show. Show Suzy Shuster Marshall. Faulk here with you. Just heggie Kilo nealon the rich Eisen show and because this is how I roll and I'm selfish. I'd like to have friendlies all around me Marshall so I reached out to my dear friend Charles Berkeley to call in because Charles. Nothing makes me smile like you. So welcome back onto the show. What's up merry Christmas Guy? The restaurant of World Merry Christmas. Merry Christmas Merry Christmas to you. Too Charles you just got off a flight. I can imagine after watching those games last night. I just talked to Shaquille. Who is busy uncooking in his kitchen for a cooking show because he's not busy enough and he was making the following? He was making ribs. Macaroni and cheese fried chicken. What else Marshall Re Lamb chops pork chops. And there's this giant fingers in there trying to flip over some pork chops. I mean this is scary. Question for you is what can you make me for lunch. I'm a guy first of all if you think he's cooking all that stuff you're crazy you're not cooking into that stuff. He might have somebody that cooking. It bores you ain't cooking itself. We had him on tape. Charles we have him on Actually on tape cooking it himself. Well I'll tell you what I can't wait to see that paper and that show Susan I'm a Griller. I'm not great in the kitchen agent But I'm great on the Grill and get you up the greatest who ever might be a hot dog. I Love I love hotdogs. Is it your show from We don't worry about kosher. Aw ganging grass-fed of all organic is not my thing I think tale peepers organically can put like extra five dollars on the phone. I I I really don't I don't believe there's anything organic is just like like let's just call them organics. 'cause people in California they pay extra for everything figured out. There's always because I always tell people people have been doing this stuff a thousand years and they didn't drop dead directly but now people want to charge you more more organic on there for non GMO. Whatever the hell back pain Oh they got they got another. Yeah going gluten free. Yeah Yeah I get it. Yeah Gluten free. That tastes listen. I can't figure it out I've Robyn I'm like so you been shopping at these stores before there was a whole foods but now you can you only go to whole foods so they could tell you double the price. Okay okay all right. My My. My daughter calls whole foods whole paycheck right because it is what. What would you use to eat when used to Carbo load load up for a game and I'm and I'm saying that with all due respect to marshal a me too? You owe to personal as a large for I am washed washed down with a diet coke diet coke. Hey I'm not even a visit. I ain't GonNa lie and Marshal pilot notice to these guys. Today's Today's they'd be going on beacon crap like that. I'm like on the way home from practice I got to laze a large fry. And I wash it down with diet coke and I never worried about the Carbo loaded all that other crap. If you can play you can play I'm a firm reliever in that. Listen if you can't play in helping ain't GonNa make your cardio last night in racing To the to the big big screen back there I got to get out of the blocks. I'm a I got a call. The Great Ed Moses. Somebody like that. I can work work on getting out of the blocks point. You Call Rich Eisen. Maybe he can give me. You might actually no no. I've listened. I've seen rich trust me. Stick to this day. John the richest out of the blocks please. He's running. He's running out of living with me. Are you kidding this way. Run faster and faster All right let's talk about thirty seconds of basketball before we continue with with just total mess. It will usually be an interview that we do Jaanus last night when you watched him play we talk. I'm uh-huh everyone's using all these big words and fancy seeings would passing the torch and what have you are we making too much of it or was last night a monumental night in the association decision. Well I don't think it would just last night I mean he is to rain an MVP. he's not take he's taking the torts orch He he not asking for it. It reminds me of like Michael Jordan and I was all talk about that. You remember that time when it was magical bird. Michael Says No no no. I'm taking the torch. Thank y'all for everything y'all did but now it's my time now and John is doing net. I'll listen to Lebron's great James Harden's Great You know Katie's a great player when he comes back but Janas taking the toilets I mean. Here's a guy who won. MVP and it's gotten better over some. He's making threes. I mean you know you know. Think about it. We said last year he couldn't suit now. He's shooting he's making threes and he. He took the torch. He's the best basketball player in the world. I mean Leonard agreed also but Janas is the best ask player in the world right now and not only that he does. The Michael Remember when Michael was the best player. He was the best defensive player. Yanez prompted the best defensive player we got an MBA. That's what makes him double great to Let. Let's let's move forward and I can. Can you on us in the box and being only superstar at the bugs. Have Ken. Kenny Kenny Kenny. When Kenny win the title well there's three teams that can win a title in my opinion? That's it that's it the bucks and there's no particular. The Lakers and the clippers don't have three elite teams have separated for rated themselves From the other teams in the NBA Philadelphia it's been a disappointment. Utah's been a disappointment. but Milwaukee's is head and shoulders above. Everybody in the east and the Lakers and the clippers out only two teams in the West that you can say Yeah one of those teams GonNa Win West. I mean Denver Not Played Great Utah. Like I say you talked about the disappointment. Paul who's GonNa Disappointment But listen the Lakers and the clippers. I'm so above anybody in the West. So should the Lakers get Andrea Goodell. Is that enough. Well you know I actually said that last night Not on the air. We're talking to Kenny. I spend dollars. Don't be huge The for somebody Because the Lakers bent is not even comparable to the clippers. Bench Harrell and Lou Williams the the Lakers don't have anybody like that But you know it a dollar if he comes back to the Levy Goto go help but he'd be a great pickup with the Lakers But like I say. It's a legitimate clippers in the west head and shoulders above everybody and when you look at how a team is put together gather. Charles I mean obviously you and I talked a lot last year when I was doing. A show for the Lakers and I'm looking at at their bench in their depth and it seems to me that yes they have a d.. They have Lebron James. But they've put together a steadfast strong deep bench for the clippers. That is it's it doesn't have to be as big of a name. It has to be consistency coming off the bench. And that's what we're seeing in like. They may have lost last night but they had two guys get ejected for fighting. Let's say like you know if if they hadn't been injected as as solid won that game. Yeah I'm not sure what happened last night. That was Kinda weird like why. Why was I don't know what Louis of went crazy for And I saw Doc rivers said they lost hair composer But listen to the the clippers they probably have Lou Williams is the best best player in the NBA And Herald Man. His energy level is through the roof. I love watching him play Lou Williams man. He is unbelievable the Lakers they don't what's GonNa Begin to Kouzmin situation. How they use him he might be the guy that helped us coming up bench because he's not going to get a lot of shots if he's out there will be? He might become a Lou Williams type guy when he comes in eh he he just got car blonde. Just let it go in and time to get it right now. The Lakers and the clippers bench is much better than the Lakers bench. In you know he got a lot of looks last year because he had to. They needed him. Nobody else was out there. He's also a little injury. Don't you think well I think listen he not gonNA play those killer minutes. I mean because now you got you got two of the best players in the world and Paul Kawai. So he don't have to have such a he's not going to play those killer minutes because we don't you know last year they weren't very good. It's pretty much the whole game and now he can be selective up so that's going to help him stay healthy and be more effective. HR When you look at the League. Just I know you say only only three teams have a chance. GimMe one other team. That if they get apiece or let's say the superstar decides isn't play like a superstar that they have a chance who would that be always easily the Philadelphia Seventy sixers. Joel embiid play. Like he's capable of or Ben. Simmons picks up his level. That's the only other team can get in in the conversation when you've got two guys who can dominate a game any any time there on the court but they're inconsistent But it's Joel embiid. Ben Simmons that's the only other team I could get in the equation Because that's like I say you know Janas don't have no running mate. But if if embiid and Simmons start doing their thing they got two great players against there's one and obviously To great players compared to one gives you an advantage. But don't allow the team I doing that as Philadelphia I. I think it's too easy to ask you about Joel. EMBIID I mean I mean every single show on the planet's asked you about in this week about what why he's gotTa be in your Bonnet well I said this When I was doing Mike will bonds and Antonio Pardon the interruption which is a great sale to pay people? It Marshall knows this. You'll best player and it sounds stupid when I say your best players have to be your best players like well Marcia was the best running back in the NFL. He he wanted he wanted to survive with the backup. Marshall Marshall Fault I I mean I think I think some people like you'll man. You are best player beyond best player. You can't as role players and backups to be a your best players and care you every night. That's why their role players backups. They're not as good as starters. So I challenge you L. V.. Beat be the best player on the court every night. Listen when you watch the Milwaukee Bucks play you know. John is going to be the best player on his team. And on the court most tonight and then everybody is going to follow but if your best player is out there and he's not going to be the best player. Every night team is not going to win because suzy losing. NBA Is Different than other sports. And what I mean but that is you have when you have to win four out of seven this is not a one don scenario a role player or best guy can go crazy one night and still a football game pitcher great game and baseball will have a great night right in hockey in the NBA. You got the beat a team four times a week. Your best players. Don't they don't lead you. You're not going to win. There's plain and simple well. He's clearly listening to you Charles. Because his play picked up since you said that I'll take him who for the weekend for the National Football League. Because I know you have your eye on that the League as well well you know I got a house in Philly so I'm a eagles fan and I can't wait for that game I it. It does two teams of the phillies had a bunch of injuries. This year the cowboys. I don't know what the Hell's going on down there. I mean. You got a terrific quarterback. They got a great great wide receiver. And your seven and seven. So that's GonNa be must see TV this weekend I can't wait to watch the game the other game. I'm watching. I gotTa Watch the bills against the Patriots. Because I want to see if there's change another guard I mean this might be This might be the end of the Patriots Dynasty because they they they have not played. Well they defense been amazing. Thomas not played great this year but this might be If they lose this game at home I think it's fair to say it is over for the Patriots and and I know we probably said that before but this time it seems a little bit different because you know Tom who's the greatest football player ever Ever and like I say he's GonNa Conversation With Tiger as the greatest of all time I think you I tell people tiger would is the greatest golfer. Mabel Gray's athlete up but Tom Brady is in that conversation but you know he says you WanNa play the play these forty five in Marshall Taylor we all WanNa play before but we but we quit for a reason to find. The time is undefeated. And I'm I listen and like I say hey I don't know what you just can't play anymore and I tell you what the buffalo bills able to go into foxborough that game I think the end of the dynasty now we will see if it brings one more one more question. I know you huge college football fan. What is it been like dealing with Shaquille with LSU playing away they playing right now? It has been unbearable every week. You know what Everson versus Auburn played them. It started that we and then he's been unbearable. But but you know what it's such Gotcha. Good story with that burrow. Kids are not getting the play in his speech at at the heisman trophy and I've seen raised like two hundred fifty thousand dollars for homeless people shelter in his home town. What's even more amazing? He's he's an amazing. But you you just love to see somebody who so humble who played great all year and deserve the heisman trophy but thinking about other people and I tell you what he did. That was amazed me watching that speech. Charles believe it or not and to cut you off because we're going to go dark and five seconds. I'm saying Merry Christmas is to all of you show. We are appreciative to all of you. Stop by I'm sorry to cut up markings to shack. Thanks thanks to Emmett. Thanks to Marshall. 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161 Kobe Bryant Crash Update and Aviation News of the Weird with Flying Magazines Rob Mark

Aviation News Talk podcast

1:02:43 hr | 7 months ago

161 Kobe Bryant Crash Update and Aviation News of the Weird with Flying Magazines Rob Mark

"Hello and welcome to the aviation news talk podcast I Max Trescott and this is our weekly show dedicated to everything generally the Asians such as news and safety tips for pilots and student pilots like you today I've invited Flying Magazine Senior Editor Rob Mark to give us an update on the Kobe Bryant helicopter crash. Plus delight and things up a little robin. I will discuss a number of weird aviation stories from the last two weeks and as part of our commentary will pass along some safety tips about them as well. Last week and episode one sixty we talked about why pilots will WANNA fly in electric aircraft when you'll be able to do that. So if you didn't hear that episode, you may want to check it out at aviation news talk dot com slash one sixty. And if you're a new to the show police, click on the subscribe button so that each new episode of Aviation News Talk will be downloaded to your phone as soon as it's released, and of course, it's free. And before we start talking with rob I do WanNa Mention Hurricane Laura which the US a few days ago and destroyed hangars and planes at the Lake Charles Regional Airport and the Southfield airports both in Louisiana. I hope you and your family were not severely impacted by the hurricane. Here in California, it's been two weeks since the massive wildfires began the two closest fires to me of destroyed over a thousand structures that are now fifty percent and thirty five percent contained with only a few lives lost four, which were thankful. But unfortunately, over the weekend, there was a plane crash. In Illinois in the wee hours of Saturday morning that killed a judge he had only only use serious for a few days when it crashed at one thirty am in the morning while flying approach into his home airport, which was reporting two hundred foot. Vertical visibility and one half mile visibility, which were slightly below the approach minimums. There were a number of risk factors. One could identify from reading about that accident and we'll talk more about it in a future show. In the meantime, I encourage you to practice risk management and avoid taking unnecessary risk when you fly and let's get on with the show. I asked Rob I talk about an article he wrote for Flying Magazine that gives an update on the Kobe Bryant helicopter crash that occurred when the helicopter was flying in marginal the are conditions crashed. and. For our second segment, here's a little sound effect that rob recorded for our aviation stories of. Rob. Of courses a senior editor at Flying Magazine and they also publishes the jet wind blog at wine dot com he's worked as both an air traffic controller, an airline corporate pilot and CFI. Rob Thank you for joining us here today. Hey. Thank you for. Me Back. Max It's It's always a pleasure to be here on aviation news talk and I'm glad you picked this story about the Kobe Bryant accident because there have been some developments this past week that some some of the listeners may find interesting There was a a a lawsuit filed in. Los Angeles Superior Court about a week ago by Island Express helicopters the charter company that was operating the Sikorsky on behalf of Kobe Bryant, and they sued the controllers, the air traffic controllers from so-calle of over some. Issues that they thought. Led to the accident now, of course. I guess when you when you dive into some of the facts that they included in the story It becomes a bit problematic about g could the could these incidents have led to the accident or is this kind of a a smoke and mirrors show. Of course, it's not for us to discuss but are not I side. But essentially, they're saying that the A helicopter pilot contacted. So cal after he left Burbank Tower headed to the West northwest and Ask for radar advisories and the controller said that based on where he He thought he was that he was gonNA probably not be able to establish radar contact with him anyway, and so we ought to just basically maintain via far and can't call. Camarillo. Tower when he got closer and the attorneys in this case are saying that the controller had no business denying the pilot service and that many of the things that. Followed led up to the accident and what we were for people may not remember the helicopter was operating via far but he began entering once he got Kinda got in the Los Angeles Basin, the visibility started started getting worse and worse and eventually he lost ground contact and so the attorneys are saying, Hey, if you'd have been there to help our our pilot, this never would have happened and again the controllers. kind of thought they were doing kind of an everyday job and what made the situation just a little more difficult was that after the first so-called controller denied. The service to the pilot he was relieved on his position by another controller, and since the first controller said I didn't even establish any radar with this guy. He didn't tell his relief about the helicopter being there and a few minutes later, the helicopter still on the frequency started chatting with the controller again, just like they'd been having a regular conversation except pilot of course, didn't know it was different controller and a they wasted time trying to. Establish Radio and radar contact again but the main thing is that the attorneys think that if the controller had given him the service that the pilot asked for in the first place, he would have warned him about his proximity to the nearby terrain long before the pilot lost control of the helicopter. Boy So let's unpack this a little bit. Sounds like their whole bunch of pieces to it Oh yeah. Number. One is I. Hear you telling the story here is at the lawyers are saying the helicopter was incorrectly denied flight following more that they had flight following. They were not handed off properly I'm not sure exactly which they're saying were they ever assigned squawk code at any time? No, they never were In fact on on the initial contact the controller a is I referred to him just said, I'm never going to. Be Able to pick you up where you are because he was in an area of four radar coverage but the they did get some some paints off the a DSP I guess on the radar and that was enough for the attorneys to say, well, see there you go that should have been enough in But again, for controllers, they know their areas very well I mean the rated in just like a pilot is. They don't need to identify every single. Airport aircraft that calls them because they can say, okay where you are, you're going to be below my radar coverage or you're going to be up in the hills and I'm GonNa lose you anyway there's no point us even going down this road However, let's let's be serious as we all know the pilot was via far. He had a responsibility to maintain contact with the ground and if he began to fly into conditions that were worse than via far he. To me at least he should have taken some action but it. Doesn't sound like he did. And looking at what you wrote in Flying Magazine, you said that the suit claims quote the denial of service was improper because radar contact had not been lost in services were being denied based on the possibility that might be lost at some point in the future. It strikes me that ATC is allowed to deny service for any host. Of reasons he could have been busy with our traffic can die of the F., our aircraft services. Right there in his rulebook says, he can do that and to me the whole idea of offering service to somebody who you're gonNA, lose any moment now seems pretty reasonable to me. Well, I eat. Of course you're you're right of the controllers can deny service when they're busy in this particular case of they found out that the controllers were not really that busy but the problem is, is that although the the radar may have painted some eighty esp tracks on it you don't know how closely the track that the controller. Could have seen that the attorneys later did obviously because they they back the tape. You don't know how accurate the position of that particular. Aircraft on radar was to where the helicopter really was now again is it the controllers responsibility to say I'll never be able to pick you up because you're you know you're outside my radar coverage So contact Camarillo Tower and by the way don't hit any of the nearby hills I mean it sounds like that warning is something that some people would. Say Oh. Yeah. You should just done it, but it's it's so completely non standard to what controllers and pilots understand about their responsibilities. Yeah. I think any reasonable pilot who's well informed about how the system would work would realize that based on what was said and the fact they were not given a swap code that they absolutely did not have flight following at that point in time. Now. They absolutely did not and it is a shame that the again the weather began to deteriorate but again. You know there are pictures from ground cameras that showed the helicopter disappearing into the into the. Marine layer at one point so. Again it happened quickly but. Why did the pilot continue into those conditions? This is a conversation. We have all the time about why would I remember US talking sometime back on one of these sessions were somebody took off in a cirrus in the rockies at night in bad weather and with passengers you'd say. Why would you do that? So. Again I I. Don't know if we knew the answer to why people make some of the decisions that they do we. Maybe we could. Stem, the tide of seventies accidents. But again, we don't know why they do what they do. And like I said, I wonder objectively would fly following head helped this pilot in this particular case sounds like he was skirting close to the clouds ultimately may have gone into the clouds or you know if he went into terrain clearly, he was not maintaining individual separation. Or maintaining the required to you know visual contacted via far. So yeah, I'm sure there's perhaps some blame to be allocated in different areas here but holy cow it sounds like what the the piloted was. was risky to begin with. It'd be flying in those particular kinds of conditions and then to continue in them as you lose visual references. Yeah. Maybe there's maybe there's some fault on the part of the FAA sounds like it's. not the majority of the fault. Well I think what we also can't forget is that this helicopter? Was a is a big helicopter, an seventy, six, a big monster and. It did not have a ground proximity software board. So there was nothing to to warn the pilot of upcoming to rain. The only way he would have known was was looking at an IPAD or a what was he doing for for navigation Obviously, he was trying to follow highway one a one, but is he started to lose ground contact Who knows but I think an important part is of this whole case really Kinda rests on what we heard there at the end in this. This quote came out of the La Times report on the story It says among other items This filing seeks a declaration that the cross defendants the two controllers are obligated to defend indemnify island. Express. A. I. Think the fact that they're trying to to kind of shift the responsibility to someone else. Does say a lot about You know what? What's all you know what's really going on with his story you know neither you are hire lawyers and are not qualified to speak from a legal perspective. But my wild guess is that what's happening is what most reasonable lawyers would probably recommend for the? Company to do it doesn't surprise me that they're filing. These suits are making the contentions that they're making. Sure. They're probably pretty good in reasons for for doing what they're doing you and I are looking at differently as pilots and saying yes but. And, of course, you know if there's ever went to a jury, I'm guessing there would be no pilots on the jury and who knows how it might end up. My wild guess is that this will probably get settled I don't know what do you think? Boy. It's it's hard to know with a high profile case like this. There's going to be quite a bit at stake Unfortunately people do not like to take responsibility for some situations that they probably need to take responsibility for and again I think that's it. It's GONNA turn out to be all I. didn't do it. You did it not not was male issue It's sad to say but that is often what happens in these aviation litigation cases were receiving aircraft manufacturers sued. Well. Until recently sued for things that went on in the design of an aircraft or the operation of an aircraft many years before and they said, well, if the door latch hadn't been. Created the way that it was during the crash, the the occupants would have been able to get out. And there's nothing in there about. What happened to the airplane to cause a go down in the first place while we're not going to talk about that we're just gonNa we're just going to focus on the fact that we we see a a loophole here somewhere it does, and of course, it doesn't mean they're all loopholes I don't mean that, but there's certainly to to you and I have been doing this awhile. There are certainly some of these cases that look like they some loopholes on them well, and I'm sure that no cases clean I. Think they have found a couple things to hang their hat on here and My guess is That it's legitimate to to move forward to try and pursue this this cause of action And of course, it goes without saying these just our opinions and this is for entertainment purposes. Only we're not lawyers we don't no know if I were an attorney, I'd be using. Lawyer talk whatever that. We didn't talk about any lawyer talk. So No, really we're this is just two pilots. Giving decorating. And One guy like me who used to be a controller and I know what? It's like when you're sitting on radar room and the last thing you WanNa do is give somebody instructions if you are not certain of where they are and it's exactly because of this kind of thing because if we were to look back. If they had identified him somehow and tried to give him some service and the guy had run into the hill. Anyway they'd be saying, well, if you knew the coverage was bad in that area, why would you try to provide service in that area? So it's you know you raise a really interesting point it had they offered service in the accident occurred which to me seems. Entirely. Possible. The opposite argument would be made. So you're right I i. think people will generally look at what argument favors their side the most I mean one thing goes without saying this is a huge tragedy and it also goes to show that there continued to be challenges with the pilots. Flying in a marginal via far conditions and when. Conditions are marginal. There's no guarantee that they'll stay marginal they may get worse. So this May may have been one of those kinds of cases where yet looked like legally the pilot could meet the the visual requirements but you know if the weather got worse than Gosh, you you roll the dice and lost. So I really want pilots to kind of realize that when you see one type of weather and it looks like it's Good enough. This will probably work out there are zero guarantees that it's going to stay that. Good. It may get worse and when weather is marginal, I'd say there's a fifty fifty chances going to get worse. You know it might get better, but it also might get worse and and that's always what we try to tell students is that do you WanNa do this for flight and just say well, I I'm sure this is GonNa work out and which let people know her listening to the podcast. This was crossing your fingers. I'm sorry for look, people may not have understood that. It's just a crazy thing I don't Wanna fly. Having been. Feeling in the pit of my stomach going this something's not right here I'll just press on because I'm sure it's going to work out. No, I'm sorry I don't do that So but that's just me. Well, let's let's move on I mean this is absolutely a tragic story, but we have a lot of other things going on and Of course, in the midst of our pandemic, I thought it might make sense to kind of look at the world of the strange because we need to do something to kind of lighten things up in these times of the pandemic. So you and I put together a list of stories. Oddly we didn't have to dig deeply these are all from just the last. Seven to ten days or so. So why don't you tell us about the first one? Okay. So illusionist for those people that may not know what allusion is, is a sole guys used to call the magicians. And we're not talking about politicians were talking about magicians. Like David Copperfield Amazing Crespin folks like that right? Exactly. never see anymore. But this particular illusionist David Blaine is planning on going flying, according to the news story that we're talking about right now that's going to happen this next Monday a yes. It'll be this next Monday, August thirty first, and he intends to do a try something that's going to be somewhat remarkable and for those of you that may be wondering How much experience does this man have trying things that are remarkable Well, he held his breath for seventeen minutes. I cannot. I it's not that I'm asking how he did it I'm asking myself. Why would you want to hold your breath? But well, if you're a little kid, you're angry with mom and dad, you know, I've to hold my breath. Yes, exactly. But we will do all the all the past experience of this man and but what he plans on doing is taking off under a cluster of hydrogen filled balloons kind of like I, love this part like lawn chair Larry from a few decades ago. Who I think they found up at altitude somewhere if I'm not mistaken. Yeah I think what they found was airliners started reporting that they had seen launcher Larry go by at six thousand and eight thousand and ten thousand feet. Yeah. He was a non pilot rated gentleman who thought it'd be fun to Tyson Balloons to a lawn chair and bring along his BB gun when he got tired come on down. So yeah, he made history he was pretty famous. Case Blaine plans to ascend to an suit of at least the height of Mount Everest, which is roughly thirty thousand feet and he plans to do it without oxygen though he is going to have a a small. Bottle of emergency oxygen with him, and once he gets up there he's going to free fall parachute back to the earth so that he can tell people how cool is was My only concern is that when you start to pass out from Hypoxia, is he going to be cognizant enough to put the emergency oxygen on? And but that's just my thought. So that's the stories about is he's planning on doing that. Soon, we'll see how this works out That sounds pretty strange to me. Yeah I had thought I had read some portion of the story off to dig in here I thought at some point it said that he was going to hold onto the rope attached to the balloons, and then only after he reached up to twenty, one, thousand feet he within climb back up to the balloons. That's the part where I was thinking that can't be. Because I mean sure strong enough to hold onto them are smart enough in qualify told them when you're in a oxygen level where you're you know the time to con- consciousness maybe three four minutes I mean you to twenty, nine, thousand feet time to unconsciousness is really really really short. Here's another one I mean above eighteen thousand feet that's positive control airspace at least here in the US and But of course, we do not actually know the the geographic location where David Blaine is going to do this But of course, in most parts of the world positive control airspace can actually begin at eighteen thousand feet or sometimes lower dip much lower in some countries I'm kinda wondering. How he is not going to be in the way of of aircraft somewhere may be Oh have a handheld radio on Tell. The center Hyatt's it's. It's lane and I'm in a chair holding onto a rope of balloons and Okay, you take it from there. Max while I'm thinking, he may not have enough hands. I found the quote here. They were talking about lawn chair Larry, and it says, but Blaine will do it by holding onto a rope which he'll ascend only after the cluster reach altitude. Sure. So you're going to hang onto a rope with two hands it until you get to twenty nine thousand. Feet and then you gotta climb up to where the the balloons are in either released them or something like that. Mean just imagine how cold it is. I mean when you think the temperature typically is at twenty, nine, thousand feet well, in the summer it's a little warmer depending on where you are in which hemisphere in but still a thirty thousand feet, it's got to be A. Pretty pretty cold up in the the the minus twenty or thirty C area I agree. That's exactly where it's going to be. But if he's holding onto the rope, any starts to lose consciousness won't he end up letting go the rope and so then he's going to free fall back to Earth and hopefully perk up in time to pull the shoot. Right? Well, that's why these are aviation stories of the weird. Yeah, I okay. Well. So I think the key part of the story is that he is an illusionist Amini somehow held breath for seventeen minutes and we know that's not possible. So I think they're probably going to be few tricks up his sleeve here and things won't be exactly the way he's representing them but I'm sure it will appear. That's what's happening. Wait a minute. You mean it's not possible to hold your breath for seventeen minutes, but it's it's there I read it on the Internet if course. I think I should tweet this. Boy But I will note you didn't read it in the pages of Flying Magazines, oh? No no that would have been that would've been authoritative if we'd found it there. No No. Not If you WANNA. See me get canned. Well, let's move on to an authoritative story that comes from the pages of flying magazine and you're I know. You're very familiar with the story. It says TSA still finds plenty of loaded weapons. The TSA said in a press release a couple of days ago that this part is not unusual officers at Phoenix sky. Harbor, airport discovered loaded forty caliber glock pistol with thirteen rounds of ammunition and the carry on bag of mail passenger. On the same day, they discovered a second loaded gun and nine millimeter Sig, Sauer with eight rounds and so far. This year starts to get interesting Phoenix agents have confiscated sixty two. From carry on bags while nationwide TSA agents have discovered over seventeen hundred firearms eighty four percent of which reloaded Tsa Post daily figures for the number weapons at seizes. Okay. Situation Normal I mean we've seen this day in day out for for many years. However a USA Today Story. Last week said despite air traffic numbers still depressed from twenty nineteen rates. Air Port security is finding in finding guns and passenger carry on bags at three times the rate recorded before the pandemic. Is. Amazing. So air traffic right now is about fifty percent of what it was a year ago and yet gun seizures or up three times, which means people are carrying them at least six times more often than they were You know a year ago so I guess I'm kind of wondering what what do you think that's about I mean you and I have talked from time to time when we chat on the phone about how the pandemic is affecting all of us in different ways. What do you think's going on here? Are People just More forgetful. I remember writing about stuff like this. Years and years ago and I thought it was amazing that people even small numbers of people forgot that they had a a. Loaded thirty eight in their their briefcase when they when they went through airport security. I. You know I'm not a gun person I don't I. Don't I. Don't. You know do weapons and I don't really understand them very well but somehow I'm just thinking you probably wouldn't forget. Let's see A. Passport Wallet Keys Pens Pencils Laptop Thirty Eight in this day and age that people can. Still. Bring a loaded weapon on board and say, Oh, I forgot I. Just. Forgot and is this story says Of Seventeen seventeen hundred times so far this year and again, not just. Not just handguns but loaded handguns, right let's even say that that perhaps somehow one of these things ended up in the overhead on a on a flight and they hit turbulence and somehow the firearm discharged And somebody says, Oh, I forgot I had that thing up there. I do not for the life of me understand what people are thinking about but I I think maybe to your point I don't think they're thinking at all. You know I, totally get that people forget and bring firearms on airplane with him and I can see lots of reasons why that would be the case and I don't have a problem with saying that's that's the way it is in this country what I don't understand is why is this happening six times more often you know this year it's gotta be it's gotTa be related to Cova. Sue You can understand somebody bringing a handgun. In their carry on and forgetting about it I, I want. I could absalon that you got it. Tell me how you make case. I mean I'm pretty forgetful. So, but think about it this way, I mean things that are part of our everyday life. Yeah. It's easy for about and if you were used to carrying a handgun around all the time as part of your everyday life I honestly could understand why somebody would forget what I don't understand is why they're forgetting six times more frequently. Now during the pandemic I I, think you're we've talked about this too and in in this pandemic, I think everybody in every industry has noticed that people are more forgetful whole not necessarily huge issues but what seemed to be minor issues. and. And it seems to be happening to everybody because I don't believe that you can live in the world that we live in where people are people are dying people getting sick people are trying their. To stay healthy and they're worried about. did I touch something that has germs on? It's GonNa. Make you things you e because we all know you can't really multitask your Bra can only absorb so many things at one time and and I I think that this has become a huge distraction to us not dimension of what's happened to the economy because of the pandemic. Yes and I for example, when I look at airplane accidents to me, it looks like the number of kind of proficiency related accidents is way up in a people who Are. You know making bad landings are freeling put the landing gear down and things like that. So Yeah I think this story is a symptomatic of a bigger issue that we as pilots really need to redouble our efforts to stay proficient and to not be distracted. I. Mean the NTSB has talked about distractions as being one of the most common causes of loss of control accidents in particular I. Think it's easy for us to be distracted in these times and you know if you give it some thought. Yeah. Be careful when you go flying, it's easy to to mess up in these these crazy times that we're in right now. But again in it doesn't take long thing about how many times you've. Just look down to change a radio station in the car and you think you'll head drives down for a quarter of a second and you look over and you're halfway in the next lane So Imagine in in an airplane. But again, there's just so many things working on our brain right now that you know anyway. Well. So let's take A. Look at the Knicks Story, which incidentally is also related to firearms. went you read that for us and let me know if you think if forgetfulness is the reason, the story happened US Customs officers intercepted a Venezuelan bound private jet in South Florida recently, and it was loaded with eighty two firearms including a sniper rifle and sixty three thousand rounds of ammunition. The two Venezuelan. Pilots who we are not mention the names of were arrested and charged with smuggling bulk cash and goods from the US illegally possessing firearms as an alien at least that's what the US Customs and Border Patrol people said. Now, it wasn't clear why the weapons were purchased but the the arrest comes as tensions between the US and then Isabella have escalated in recent months. Including allegations that opponents of President Nicholas Maduro have been seeking the support of a former US green beret to violently overthrow the socialist leader. Venezuelan jet was a registered in Venezuela and it listed its destination in the Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Aisles. In the Caribbean a special agent with the Homeland Security said that the from my training and experience I know that pilots have filed flight plans to third party countries. To avoid detection of their ultimate destination to avoid scrutiny of law enforcement authorities, he said now the two pilots came under scrutiny of before for smuggling of gold cocaine and other goods as the trump administration has intensified efforts to isolate withdraws government Now, the one thing I find interesting here, it says that the customs agents were sort of alerted to the some suspicious activity on of the aircraft while it was on the grounded to. Fort Lauderdale airport they don't say exactly what it was that too was suspicious but that somehow as they opened up the airplane and and looked inside to see what was going on they found box after box of weapon and weapons and. Ammunition and A. Let's see. There was also body armor on board and E to pilot said that, hey, they bet all they bought all this stuff in Florida from either retail shops or through the Internet. And so that's all we know about these two these two fellows and. A where their guns and things were headed, we don't know but maybe they. Got They loaded. The eighty nine weapons in sixty, three, thousand rounds of ammunition well, into the airplane must be I mean the stress of the pandemic has probably made them forget it's kind of interesting that apparently they. Were given this inspection and before the inspection was about to happen, they were rabidly trying to unload fifty boxes from the but I guess they didn't unload it in time before the customs inspectors showed up you know it's unusual to me about the story as we often read stories about aircraft that are being used for running drugs. I can't really remember a story about an aircraft being used to ship this many weapons unless it was some type of government sponsored activity in the certainly doesn't appear to be government sponsored but who knows who was funding these? These two lads in their their flight to the South America and I think that's the question is if it was which government was funding the exactly. Yeah. So there are all kinds of possibilities here but would you would you think maybe there's a moral to the story that people can learn from the story. Put guns on airplanes well, I guess the good news though let's be serious. Nobody said, any of these guns were loaded. So there is a saving grace to this story. I think. dear I'm glad you could find a silver lining in this but yeah, it's certainly. It's certainly unusual it on I said, we often see stories of airplanes running drugs actually don't see that many of them in I probably run across one every two to three months which I guess means most of those planes are getting through and we're not ready CA- path. I'll tell you funny story years ago when I was a controller down used to be controller Locka airport Oscar Papa Fox, which is now. Called something else Oh, blackcomb regional or something but it was much busier then but I remember one time a d. c. three came in and and landed and taxied over to the ramp may be hundred yards from the customs building was sun was setting and They just said we're headed there and they some trucks pulled up and they started offloading cargo and suddenly. You couldn't miss it. There were flashing lights everywhere. On the ramp down below and come to find out that this Gooney bird was loaded with marijuana and They just landed OPA Locka and thought well easiest way to get the stuff out of the Gooney bird is they have a couple of trucks nearby to put it in, and then we'll. We'll go take it away and they did this one hundred yards from the customs building and then they were surprised they got caught. Go figure I just think these people were ahead of their time. If they just few decades in all would have been legal. All right. Well, let's let's move on here and let me tell folks about. How not to get the attention of fighter jets this comes from PC, d. that co says fighters used flares to get t.f are busting pilots attention. NORAD fighters fired flares to get the attention of an RV seven pilot blundered into the presidential t.f Afar surrounding the president's Bedminster New Jersey. Golf resort the jets were scrambled and intercepted the home built in the restricted airspace but weren't able to raise the pilot on the radio. Shortly after the flares were used, somehow this pilot found the correct frequency. Yet, you have to get his attention I and he was escorted to a nearby airport where his day undoubtedly got even worse. It's not clear if the president was even aware of the incident, but definitely got the attention of the secret service quote the president was not endanger on the security of the complex was maintained throughout further investigation of the airspace violation is pending the secret service said in a statement so. For you when you're flying, what's the first indication to you that you've been intercepted by jet? I look out the window and I see a pair of F16's may be. One. On each side and at very worst if you don't pay attention, one of them will cross your path a little faster maybe a little higher than you just to get your attention I. Think I would question that if the pilots on these fighters had to fire flares to get this person's attention I'm thinking What's this pilots? Eyesight? That's exactly what I was thinking. I, think the secret service should immediately refer him for a vision test. It's like, how could you not miss being intercepted in? This is to me what's totally unusual about this story. Many pilots violate T afars. Many pilots get escorted outside the restricted airspace and t.f ours this is the first time I've heard of them having to fire flares get the attention of a pilot. Okay to be honest. We do not know if it was dark There's always the possibility it was dark and you know it's hard to see those those Tia Afar airspace restrictions in the dark so he may have missed it. Apparently, so well, let's talk about standard interception of procedures and they vary ever. So slightly in the day versus night in the daytime. If you look out the left side and you see a jet just slightly ahead and to the left, and he's racking his wings that means I am intercepting you and your responses a pilot after you clean up the cockpit. To run your wings acknowledgement which says, yes, I understand you are the boss I will do whatever you want, and then you contrary to popular belief it doesn't mean rock your wings to say hi I, really think you've got cooler exactly. So you need to then follow that aircraft they will lead you outside of the restricted area, and then when they are done with you, they will make a sharp ninety degree turn believed to the left break off, and now you were allowed to continue on your way. Now at nighttime everything is the same except that aircraft intercepting off to the left will be you regularly flashing their now flights and you were supposed to do the same thing. It's kind of Jiggle your lights back and forth to kind of let them know hey. Yes I acknowledged I'm being intercepted you are the superior power. will do what ever you want and you of course, you mentioned to airplanes. One jet is off on your left side, and that's the one that you can see. It's kind of like an illusionist where they've got two hands and you can't see what the other hand is doing. Where's the? Where's the second fighter jet? Probably behind on your six o'clock where if you do long, he's going to do what probably going to Probably going to keep you from flying ever. Exactly. He will be on the trigger switch. So yeah. When you see one point Jen, intercepting you, you only have the equation. So, hopefully, we want to see more of these any other thoughts on on interceptions by the way your comment about. His his day undoubtedly got worse. Oh. Yeah. Yeah. It's it's not I'm not a good thing to bust t afar and they don't look kindly on that. By the way have you ever seen a jet firing flares? No I have you while. So let me tell you about when I was intercepted no kidding I have never been intercepted. I was bringing a serious back across the country about a year ago from the East Coast all the way to the West Coast someone had just purchased a new aircraft and we were flying along by Pensacola and off the left wing was the Gulf of. Mexico and we could hear to lots of traffic on ATC they were talking to a number of aircraft that were maneuvering out there. It was night by the way and the pilot. Who was flying the aircraft said to me hey, look they're shooting flares off their now turns out he was a former army helicopter pilot. So he he knew what the stuff was and I looked out there and they were probably Jeez I'm I'm guessing at least four or five six miles away maybe farther and yeah, you could see lots and lots and lots of fireworks moving kind of in all directions. It's kind of like it was emanating up down sideways from this aircraft it was quite a light show. So I was I was pretty impressed I. It's long as they're you're not seeing tracers across your path or anything like that Sure. Well, let's talk about other kinds of stupid pilot tricks tells about this next story here. stupid pilot tricks you make it sound like sometimes, pilots are paying attention. In this particular case the pilot and passenger departed. From a Airport Falcon County or I'm sorry Falcon Colorado where the density altitude was ninety, five hundred feet, which is that's the tip off. That's when the instructor says Gee Max if you take off at an altitude of Or. Airport with ninety five hundred foot density outed. What does that mean to you and you're supposed to say, oh, it means the airplanes probably not going to perform that. Well, it's going to have a hard time climbing. Yes. That's right and and to make things even more interesting during the takeoff Run up the pilot notice the engine was not operating correctly. On on one of the MAGS they went back to the ramp and the mechanic set up the left magneto inoperative and then disconnected both of the the leads from the from the MAG. Now. The pilots second and third inch the part I don't quite understand why he'd be doing run-ups with one mag did he already knows is not operating? But. He managed to get full power I. Have a problem understanding that not possible not possible. Yeah and best of all of the pilots. took. Off. From Falcon Airport in Colorado at a density altitude of ninety, five, hundred feet. Oh, and I forgot to mention this was a Cherokee six sort of that stretch Cherokee. They used to make years ago and believe it or not. The airplane didn't WanNa climb really just It has got to the end of the runway and it just stalled and hit the ground and when they pull the engine apart later of the MAG was definitely dead and Did. No one can quite figure out why the? F. Pilots why the pilot made the decision to depart one from a high altitude airport with an inoperative. MAGNETO and it didn't cross his mind that even with both meg needles running. This might be a particularly awkward takeoff and we don't even know what the outside air temperature was at the time So this goes back to what we were talking about earlier is somebody not paying attention or is this a case of someone that should have their pilot's? Certificate scan to make sure that it's it's real because this makes you think this person really shouldn't be in an airplane flying above other people I wonder if this is a case of wishful thinking I think humans is a species are optimist and I think pilots sometimes are kind of mission driven where, Hey, this is my plan to go from Point A. and landed. Point be and I'll be darned if anything's going slow me down and stop me and that kind of drive may work well for people in the business world make them incredibly successful I don't think people realize when they apply those same techniques to aviation that they don't always get the same results because the laws of physics don't really care who you are and. I think the people probably don't understand Magni DDOS as well as they could did a a show here on aviation news talk a while back where we talked in detail about Magni does and certainly as a private pilot long before I became a cf I didn't fully understand. Well, do we have two of them and you know what? What happens if Of them doesn't work and we you know still fly and it looks like it's still puts out power but there's a whole lot of stuff that goes on there. If if one MAG is not working, you're not going to get as much power in you see that anytime you do a MAG check I, mean that shows you right there you gotta drop RPM that's the that's the loss of power that you get. If one magneto is is not working and they'll gear engines going to. Run. Hotter. Because when you have to mags working all the spark plugs are firing. If one magazine working only half of the spark plugs are firing and so you get a much more even burn of the fuel across the the cylinder and you were completely combust the fuel. It's there. So you definitely get more power in your engine runs cooler but I'm not sure that those are the kinds of things that people think about when they're driven to get from point. A. To Point B.. So you think that this pilot could have been a an optimist. Pilot, thinking that. There was probably A way that this could work for him because the laws of physics Don't apply if you're a very successful businessperson, exactly. You know the irony of doing a power check with one MAG is that there is actually no way to verify how much power you get because when we do imag check, we turn off one MAG he only had one left to turn off. So when he did his MAG check that would turn off all power of the engine. So of course, with one dead, MAG? you can't see the difference between full power in partial power. You only see the difference between partial power and no power. So I I think this gentleman didn't really understand how the mags working in an airplane because to contend that he got full power is to you know to to point out he lack knowledge about how these things actually work. It's not possible to get full power with one dead magneto. and. Now, of course, they didn't tell us what happened to the pilot and passenger. I we don't know if they they survive this accident. Or not I think think did because they said he chose to landed a fuel adjacent to the airport, the airplane stalled above the ground and then hit the ground. So you're right I completely missed that because I wasn't paying attention but you know what's really scary when when people listen to things like this they go. What a silly story I can't believe these guys are even talking about this kind of thing. Well, to reason, we're talking about it because somebody did it. And you know if you think about it and pilot training, how much time to the really spend talking about the magma's all you're really kind of know his spark comes out of it and hey, you gotta do this mag check and that's about it. I think people just don't know as much about the system as they should, and usually they learn when when they're doing the ground check and I've ever had a student kind of get out of sequence gone seemingly check the other side in the injured goes. Absolutely I went to none. This So you don't want to do notes not. It's not great for the engine and yes, I'm sure I've done that myself not just students. So yeah, it's it's easy to. Easy to do. But next, of course, we have a a warm fuzzy emotional story coming up. Oh, you know this was just an amazing story This was in general aviation news dot com and gentleman wrote about scenario that occur in which the pilot he was Bob came over to meet him at his hangar one Saturday morning and he talks about how it was via far. The ceiling was at least two thousand feet above the traffic pattern altitude Bob came and landed at this non-tariff airport, and he chose a a race entry to a particular airport. And then shortly after he landed and came over to the tenure to talk with the author. One of the airport ops people sounds like who also was a fuel guy came over as he's been instructed to let Bob know that hey, guess what. You're actually supposed to fly left traffic at this airport even showed them that particular regulation had little sheet of paper to hand out to him undoubtedly prepared by airport management. And most pilots would kind of go. Thank you very much. Gosh, I'm so sorry I didn't realize that for that next time. This pilot. In by the way, the title of the story was sometimes we're wrong this pilot. Apparently, you know absolutely ripped this poor young linemen to shreds telling him that you know he he was in the right and. That this this poor linemen shouldn't be doing his job informing him of what he had done and the the author goes on to write. That his opinion of the linemen who he had known before and thought extremely highly of went up considerably and that his opinion of his friend Kinda went down quite a bit and what it really says at the end is that. We're all wrong. Some of the time and that the way we learn is by looking at the regulations he said, you know we don't want to to just take the opinion of you know our favorite CFI or another pilot we talked to on facebook we to look at the charts we wanna look at the regulations we wanna look at the data and that's how we know what's right or what's wrong and yes sometimes we're all wrong. I mean it just happens. In aviation it's so incredibly important to just admit that you're wrong because we're all wrong some of the time because if you don't, if you try and maintain this illusion that you're perfect, how are you going to learn and to treat someone poorly like that? That's just not cool. So interesting story. Not Not to mention, of course, the fact that if this particular pilot entered traffic pattern at a non-controlled field, any way they want it's it's not a very safe operation. And and it's it is likely to to the cost someone else their life one day and it it's It's our job to to constantly learn as you said of but then as we know, there are people who have attitudes that are. Well they're not really that conducive to a safe flying and I think we've all known people like that and Yeah I know someone who has a very High powered single engine airplane and yeah people told me when he got this new airplane M- don't want to fly with him I don't really know you don't WanNa do that. He's. He's had a few accidents already in the past based on poor judgment running out of fuel. In. A few other things and I said, well, Gee, thanks very much for telling me about that. The trouble is, is it somebody will fly her somebody will know. And and and or the fact that they may just go out by themselves and I again if they have a death wish well, that's up to them but it's it's it's sad when they take somebody else with them and the way this article ends up I really like The author says, what we believe is immaterial how we feel is irrelevant there is a document, a reference, a resource that holds the answer to our question, and it isn't found in some CFI's best guests or your hangar mates memory. The correct answer is written down, codified, cataloged and publicly. Available at no cost to us the users and then he says, don't be Bob were better than that where we should be and we can be if we opened our eyes and ears and recognize a simple truth that sometimes were wrong all of us. So great story I think it was incredibly well written in I. Just I love the end of it don't be Bob don't be that pilot. You know just don't start ripping to someone else just to try and and make it look like you're right when you're wrong you're wrong you know admitted in learn from. especially. Because most of the time when this Kinda thing happens everyone else knows you got it wrong exactly. It's it's not as if someone's an odd I watched I thought he made left traffic. Just, just suck it up and go man I. Screwed up and any you've in that that feeling of embarrassment alone is usually enough to make most people say, wow, I've got a really check that stuff closer next time before I fly into a an uncontrolled field. Or something similar but. All those folks that are on another planet. Yeah and I I think what you're describing is the approach of a mature pilot, a safe pilot in a one who wants to be professional in their approach to flying, and even if you are a hobbyist pilot to someone who just recreationally flies for Funny Still WanNa take a professional attitude is still WanNa try and do it as correctly as possible. You don't want to be on your high horse start ripping people up for no good reason. Nobody likes that now not at all. Well, sir, thanks so much for helping me get through these stories of the weird. We're not. We're not done. Oh, you know what we we got to save some for next time. I still think you need a of a voice in there to delete into this that says you know. stories of the weird weirdly or Something like that I have one. Now I've recorded that. That's all we. Need to put the filter on guys sounds like this. Sounds like this story is That's why I enjoy having you so much here because. If you got the best voices. That was always the fun part when we were doing airplane geeks together as I I remember the one who used to mention it a lot. Was Dan Webpage and eats you know the outtakes short? Stories are good but the outtakes are going to be really fun exactly and especially when you're not even trying. Well, Sir let's continue to have some fun keep light during these times of Covid in the meantime, where do people find out more about you and your work? Well, they can find me within the pages of flying. Magazine. At least until this hits and then who knows I may be out of work? No I don't think I said anything bad but so that's flying MAG DOT com. or at Jet Wine Dot Com, which is where Scott a spangler and I write. A blog that has been going for. All. These many years from back when I was just a mere lad in the aviation industry rob thanks so much for joining us today. Thanks for inviting me Max and I. Hope you all everybody out there fly safely. Well. 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Ep066 We play a game

Journey to Wherever

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Ep066 We play a game

"You take it away. We go episode sixty six for sick and welcome. Everybody knows like wait a technical frigging back. We start off with his show the last one before the and winds my brain drain. Soon come on is back. So let's let's pick up the energy and three one giving you my name's yvonne and honest scientist by day and i'm daniel year must be and i run my in practice and you'll need to the lately. Podcast janney tour enjoyed shove guys. Welcome to episode. Sixty six of the journey torah. My name is daniel. And i sound like those guys. Think daniel but wait this still more if he by these up night. Sorry the screen sharing with salt. Everybody we'll throw in a pack knives. Oh man i'm feeling like samba. Some was the right. Like i'm feeling like a if i could morph into something i feel like a beanbag. A back that is the insurance insure could a bag of their person that they look like that goddess the corner of the war like just a mighty morphin power rangers turning into a beanbag. That's probably me right now. That's what picture but a good beanbag on look like a beanbag beanbag falls of hiding from some like running like oh my god. He's on the run. And i work rain down this anyway. We'll bring back. Could move into an awesome like a good old fashioned nineties leathery one yes stitching kind of coming down on the side so you can jump up hotter. But that's leathery wants in that been dealer getting a beanbag actually got a couple of beanbags coping bay we do. They're pretty good. I was good. If you want to sit down and get that tracksuit feel on something that you sitting down. Soft cotton do you. Do you get the leather. It's a bit stiffen hardened cold. Fill it too much leathery one because it does feel like very hot. And steve that a s- camping stole a randomly. I went and had a meeting with With one might refer. As and i was just like a little bit early in the like this kind of like. It wasn't even an amazon. Who is cold cover than stole camping. Storing your one of winter meets anyways anytime anywhere and they had to. They had like an outside like instead of a pool. Cha a bane bag one but it's like waterproof kind of cancer beanbag but it's a whole side chair. Beanbag on my. I've got this one thing. Does i think it's soggy and heavy one thing. It's like probably a mater long. Yeah okay picture this when you get a snag and you get to a bunch of you know when you get to a sausage soup in some systems. They sliced the sausage down. Wrong voltage okay. I probably a topic that we can always juices all right. Sorry you've got strong view about snags and also hold that thought okay By picture that right where it's full. The sausage fall that opened a. I've got a a giant chair pillow thing. Yes sorry where anybody folds up to like the size shape healer. Yeah i know. It sounds weird. It's like it probably folds up to like the size of a toilet roll right. Who jesus right. So it's like the size of a toilet. Roll basically unwrap it. You spread these thing out and then you open open it up and it's got like a big hole on the end and you run emir and fills up with air. Then you tie it closed. Yeah and it becomes a day bed like an mattress. David klein dove in taller. All knew what does she get the size of a toilet roll. Okay you open and transplant turns into like multiple from power ranger essentially. It just goes on. Hold on. Let me finish out. Told her all open it up. It rolls out. Looks like this sleeping bag. Open ended a sleeping bag. Iran egg florida's the have to run your technique where he can move quickly. If it's a windy day works better when you those condo you follow it up you volker these bits together turning to a debut but it looks like a sausage cheese you around the roundabout like four story for those who know what i'm talking about. You know what i mean. It's a real thing you buy me those. How do you even begins article on the toxic going there. Describe back seven man. So you oughta eh w like jerry. The he's talking about from coast anyway. The reason why. I say it's almost like the beanbag thing you're talking about. Almost i think it's waterproof. Wow suck an air mattress camping sometime between like before the end of the year. Because it's that time now we've lost days or bring it out and i'll show you what i'm talking about. You'll understand your prophet. Bring leone like full on demonstrate. I'll see you do this if it's windy tried to. It has to be windy now. Well we lead helps you say ball windy. I tried that. Could you imagine what's that doing. These the metro beacon lie on this thing dude exactly like a metal the anyway so anyway. It's random it's random random. It's random i don't how we go into this talking about being bags and outdoor turn into being bagging. How am i feeling advil. Beanbag fill specifically a beanbag on poolside. Okay well with these these blow up toilet roll thing that you better run with the air. You'll cohen stick together and you can lie on. Could solve that problem. Solve that problem as well but feel good. Chill will happen. You know actually wearing the I'm like ripe wearing the phantoms. On right now. No one knows what time it is. Known is with diabetes unicorn. And she's big. She's block long flowing. Blond hair massive obviously unicorn and scott all it looks you know what. What's that ice cream that everyone that's all the rainbow pedal is lhasa. The one with the colored ring colorings. Her current looks like like a lot safer. Yeah i've thought that to count on the forehead like rainbow colored. Yeah yeah that's right. Yeah well molin is a white horse with kind on its head a colony kern on its head. Yeah fox glitter but oscar does have wings wings thing. They do all kinds of windsor little ones literally proportionate the little wings it can carry these joint horse. Yeah can you give me street. Goodness yeah i feel good men owner jump into something that we have been talking about the last relieving like not trying to but we're kind of just the out laughing about something but then we kind of brainstorming heads together and we manifested against. What would you call it. A a way to talk about stuff but have into like a What would you call it. Maybe game a segment segment now our listeners. To and asked to write things on a scale that considering l. listenership is ninety percent male. Sixty two percent. Ozzy mayo will probably understand. Probably understand we're going with this. Is we can universally agree. And if you don bad luck but we can universally agree that the way to have a stake is to have a medium rare or maybe just medium but anything postulating. Had you have to have some kind of pink. Yeah okay there's gotta be some rhythm there's going be some day we also agree that a few and ladies are gonna be inclusive not n ladies as well okay and we also agree that if you the way not to have a stake at is for it to be massively overcooked. Leica like the meat on inside brown. It's fiber if you're lucky chewing on a piece of rubber yup and depending on the connor stake depending on the situation. Sometimes it's a. It's a fence sitting top stake. It's like the the like the blue. I don't know if that's fencing in. It's only a small small house was not having it then. Having this you can at least you can. They salvage stake. That's undercooked as a post. Econ salvage steak. That's overcooked so listen listen to what the hell are you talking about. This segment is called. Howdy lock steak with the show is called haddish specifically is called. How do we have a strong suspicion may turn into a segment. We regret affiliate so the whole point of this. The the segment is we like a game tennis. We will bounce. We'll throw a topic at each other a thing. It could be literally anything anything. It could be whatever it could be the mug. That's running in front of you right now about von that mug in front of you and you obviously because you're magi bird that's medium rare meaning you like the perfect. That's the perfect dog for years. So we've got to lay it out like this right. Think of a rating scale where a blue stake is one end of the writing scale yet and a well done steak is other guys though the well done steak yes they end scale and the rare steak is kinda she'd end but it's it salvageable but it salvageable which means you've gone you've got some work to do not really a scale now but it's kind of like it's in the middle is kind of the best you want. Medium rare that's right medium rare medium raziq would scale right so so for example christmas time yes medium rare imra talk vonnie von. We just had what do you think. What are you gonna christmas time and you would right is a meeting and then go on about why anyone would ever quite a few a few episodes back we were talking about Legitimacy and some flight. It's going to happen between two people dance like it's not good. It's not good not stakes to cook too much. Turn back from that yet right and that can be sometimes in some things we might describe a tv show for example and we kind of like. It was like the first three seasons where a k. but it wasn't it was probably rare. It's it's it's salvageable. It's the fence sitting steak. Yeah even though it's not in the middle that makes sense so hopefully that doesn't i'm sure all wherever explain that a little bit a workout over time but the the very meta thing is this. Yeah drink during these period of the year l. True j. t. w. fan listening right. Now yeah so you guys. Ah getting they glimpse of this new segment. I yes because you're loyal listeners. Because you the true. Jt wfam those do training in you. A hearing i you here at the origin story but ours this story who is getting the first the first medium wrist wag you stay with a marble of nonplus that even and that's the thing is he's not a real thing. I think we fucking made it. It's got a lot of mabul. It's a good ray. Ray would that medium and it's not cooked on a stove it's cooked on a good quality. Neural plate replied. Yeah and it's got a it's grill. Lines grill lying cutting. It's like it's still semi mooing. It's amazing if you wanna add a bit of pippa source to go for. Ira presley would not recommend it but wouldn't have on your state by the way nothing. What's the best What source what seasoning depends on the steak but if i my favorite steak would probably well scotch rebuy. It's good old fashion salt and olive oil. Beatable okay so salt pepper olive oil garlic garlic depending on the steak scotch. Honoree by you will put garlic scotch but not on bottom of rebuy. Reviser more thicker. It makes sense. I feel like because it's because it's thicker. Yeah the golic doesn't get through as quick as okay so anyways. I join me to kick off this one. I k- so these topics are going to be. And that's another thing. Yvonne does not know the three things that i've got he utah. This is the thing you told me to do some homework and come up with three things. I was like brushing my tape this morning and i was like of which is very reminiscent of school time. I'm trying to think of which one. I want to go with an idea of which ones again a any topic of topic. No okay. Well as long as it doesn't get as bad on a platform none of it. We can always at the shot of the day. But i don't like editing man showed edit and stuff. So i'm trying to look at these ones and i'm like i feel like i want to get you started but i'm like should i don't know i'm gonna f- i'm going to start off. How do you like it. Tony robbins state. How do i like my tony robbins. Steak yeah tony robbins. You mean him everything him oh he'd have to be a medium rare. Oh okay. he's a good guy man. he's a good guy. I've been to Scrub the steak. I've been to all of. He's events. Bah life mastery and he's super genuine yet. But i mean when. I talk about when i talk about extremely skilled. And whether it's through a combination of emotional intelligence or i have no idea but when i talk about someone who's able to to look into someone like they from the matrix and work someone out even before that person's worked himself out. I kid you not. He's next level almost magical when he does it. And that's that's a big call right and you can even make the call if you've been. Yeah that's right or if you've watched some of the stuff. But if i don't even think you're watching it would be just justice being doesn't do it justice because you literally and you find yourself like you sitting in the audience right and i. I don't like the whole life. Coaching seminar self. Help space anymore. We've spoken that briefly before. But i really like it. Oh we actually had a whole episode on jay. This is mentoring. But i really support at all but and i wouldn't get all of these events all over again. I would only ever do unleash the power within event again i would do that. But you're literally sitting there in his audiences to three thousand people and every now and then someone stands up and they start that he's like also to me story. Talk talk to me to what's bothering you. Yeah and these person will stand up agora google and they'll have certain about them. Yeah they wearing certain colors. Now because i've stepped back. I can break it down. Look at it but during certain colors certain outfits the his certain way keeping talking he's probably picked you out willin advances will not he himself has probably picked that person. He seen something in that person will people. He goes out an issue. Stand does doesn't pick someone random. No no no all would will start putting my hands on the audience. And he's like you ever. They are and these people start to talk and all you know like i'm finding difficulties in work. You know like my works are like. I can't get out of bed much in the morning. And he's like so talk to be more and i just thought talking talking and talking and then as they're talking he did unwrapping of this staff. And you're listening and he starts asking questions and then he ran then he turns his head and he starts talking to the audience and forgets them. Then he comes back and it's like forty minutes later and like the person still standing there holding the mark yes to him talk. Yeah forty minutes. Later he comes in he goes back and talking them again. And y'all by these stages starting to get engaged because you've learnt all these stuff is he's been in reading stuff and then he's like the they start talking again. And then the person starts rapping louis more and he gets them to point where they tease and they talking about work and relationship problems and he's like so. Why do you hate your dad. And the like pause. They stopped breaking down and crying breaking down. He's like told me. What did you like way did that come from like. Why did you ask that question. Yeah yeah and i keep you not get goosebumps talking about The like it could be a wadi hatred at a. Why do you hate your mom or told me why you know. One of those things in the person's like yeah. This is what happened when i was young. Yeah right root causes essentially he and he's like and then they go off on these massive tangent. And you'll like. I did not see these coming. Yeah and they unwrap it. Break it down. Whatever the original thing that they brought up about working being able to get up in the morning completely irrelevant now gone down these rabbit hole about someone talking about some event that happened when that will like seven seven and he's completely unwrapped it and then he breaks down he deconstructed he gives them these techniques he brings them back up like all these newer linguistic techniques and everything he does and then they all of a sudden like it's like if you go back and remember this is what good media you get back and compare them when they first started talking and when i started talking different they literally look literally looked like tutti from people because the after they've kind of had they transformation if you like all the muscles its physiological all the muscles in their face that they hold held so much tension for so many years all nick muscles. Everything's relaxed And all of a sudden they face looks different because they not down in upset so much. They've got a smile. They rise on dan. they're up. They look like a completely different person. They come back. The next day they wearing. Different clothes has been a different chest. Hard like you can tell that. They've had thirty seven years of pain taken off their chest. Yes they're going to have to deal with over the next few months. There's going to be resolved. They've been equipped with the tools and the resources and the shifting mind to be able to see pass what was holding them back for such a long time. And it doesn't happen once it happens over and over and over again in these in these events and you get broken off into these groups where you do it in your own. Parts of groups is like twenty thirty groups and it happens in every tame sub coaches. It's a bizarre experience. Yeah he's very skilled. He's not just a show person on stage he's running. He's running a business too. he is all of. These work also supports a lot of psychiatry and psychology and credit points and stuff like that tune in that space. Legit guy is being kind of branded as well. Yeah but i have to give the guy. A medium rare like super transforming swayed would events. They fund their rollercoaster draining right. But you come out of it and you'll like you just feel good. Yeah and fall into these wishy washy bullshit. Like i've passed that in my years to go. But that's one thing. I will stand by tony. Robbins is a medium risk steak. There's nothing better than happening it up with a medium rare steak. I had a feeling that's what you were going to say I wanted to kind of speak about it a little bit more. Yeah and it's interesting on on a side topic whether obviously everyone that's sign up for it and pay the ticket and whatever they've know what's innocence what they're up for. I've never had never know bulging. You kind of like your expressing everything. That's deep within you. Two groups of people to win. It's a group. Therapy wasn't even when i went on my first one. I knew it was like there was gonna be like five whole walks and stuff like that. I didn't know what was actually going to begin. Obey the yes a rock concert. Yeah a rock concert mosh pit high-energy event for four straight days just during mentally drained. You don't feel. I mean you get tired. Yeah but you so energizes bizarre. So i don't know that that's mildly mark. Robins medium-risk sweetman. Yeah cool on the topic of things that what do you think of. And i bought this up report. And i said hold that thought because you're passionate about it when you go when you get you snag. Okay this question. This is the question of state. Snag stake lucky when you go and get your sausages all. How does the sausage annual substrate allah flour dough bread. Peace whether it be. Let you explain how you like How does it all have to come together to mossy seasonals snags on a bobby. There is a strong australian cultural thing. Yeah it is at the center of a lot of al celebrations and everything like that. Yeah yeah there's gotta be a way that you you like your snag my snacks you. You're asking me what's my medium rare. What's your medium rare. How do you like you stake when it comes to your snags definitely do not cut my sausage in half and live it hanging by the skin. Just we'd it's like you've ruined you've tried it out. It's not good done do it. I i have at times walked away from sausage. Hasn't it yes i have. She might get f-. I like to be probably wasn't that hungary as well snow comes in i'm hooked on a set but it has to be it for me to like put it in front of you and sell it to you like how can has to be a soft long role okay. Soft long rawal medium to heavy onion. Yeah onion okay. Mild widely read spanish onion. Not just what okay. Mild barbecue sauce mall barbecue. Sauces bobby sauce and copious amounts or a small amount of what bob kiesel mild as in lock. Light like aiming low not not a mild source made a small mouse small amount. Yeah mark like you. Just get real into the source. Okay like something. We'll do the up and down into the zigzags. I do look a mild. You go the other way. Vertical sheet of spread all sausage. That's my death. My medium risk are ousted. Geez no onion on top of bossy joel under the sausage top of sauce. On top of the onion or onion on top of the source. That's the lays sausage onion sauce sausage onion sauce on a what long roll soft lonrho not crunchy the crunchy on not crunchy ones saved for the for the vietnamese pokhrel for who's bakery becker. Yes okay. that's interesting One other thing do you. Do you like a thin sausage sausage. This standard one. The long thin along krinsky cranky. No luck okay. Okay okay sorry. The top sausage has to be a standard pork sausage. Like if you give me jumping the gun on the sausages okay. Seen fat thin hawk obeef pork. Okay pokes each book. Sausage thimphu sausage sausage. I heavy onion nixed light barbecue sauce drizzle okay and then long like soft white roam the whole thing sitting on a napkin. Eight or not. Are you have the napkin you do. Rossi much miss okay. I'm not i'm not. you'll sister is she she. She doesn't mind the soil stripping on the pinky. And you did. The whole i signature thing is how you get like iffy with the bronze. The prins like i don't like sauce strip. I you know what. I hate the most when i haven't realized sources drip down my finger and my things have been stuck for a little while and then i tried to open dry barbecue sauce but not good. That's why i go the mild as welfare haste and feel okay and when you have when you when you get these sausage sizzle a you. The one that also called canned beverage. Two hundred sandy. We're talking about bonding sausages. Now right if you if it's available yeah of course. What's the beverage jimmy. Whatever they've got. I'm good. I'm good with them. Any of them any of them are probably had to pick a beverage. That probably coke a coke. Yeah go fashion. Not a soul. Harsh sugary million tastes charge. Now say solar is a go to me. Unless i've been a landscaping. Isn't it funny. How we've all got these things that we are gonna have a solar just like. Oh it's very much. I need to quench my thirst. Do you know why that is why. Because when growing up we had a tv commercial yeah of the guy riding the rapids was crocodile dundee or something something like that riding the rapids and then all of a sudden they go onto the wards rapid river rising crocodiles some shit. I can't remember. And all of a sudden out of the water. Pops these hand holding a can of solo incorrect and then just seats banks these. That's when they advertise all dan the throat and the chest that's also when they advertise the big mouth care as much as much slowly. So that's my that's my that's my medium rare okay. I'd have to say i'd go. I'd everything you said. I'm not too fast about the bread. Vol- bread roll versus. the bread. is the bread as a break. A reason why like the sliced bread is most sausage. Well you know sausages more sausage to bread and come back for more. Yeah this is holding me back from talking about like a fucking only have one. You can only have one. That's having a but if. I'm like a five overcooked like of like you know. A launch removed ten sausages sliced. Bread is dead is going down and he'll do that if i was to have a bread roll. I think my my sausage has to be slightly fica not fit cranky so i'll not a soup athene typical barbecue stall yeah slightly. Fico's lost a little bit a little bit more snagging feel too skinny ones. Have a little bit more crisp on the outside there. They do. But i like mine just cooked okay. So you like a bit of juicy legal manila mind a decent a decent amount of onion as well. Yeah but i'll put more barbecue sauce than that. You'd like yeah be a one who squirts ios heavy. Uganda dot com same direction and had to be more and then i'll with sausage square on the eighth. I never tried that. That'd be too much. Because i don't like i don't wanna majorie on. It likes it. That eight he lives up the sausage and squirts underneath. That's a good likes source sausage source. That's a good idea. Okay i try that one. Another one for you okay. She is shifting gears. Kind of you'll laugh at this okay. The tv show. How do you like your designated survivor. Stake okay more. Context has has rate at which show designated survivor. The show or survivor is in the one on the island. None on a designated survivor. the show. Okay eddie lucky steak. You gotta you really plus. I did my homework man farro highway. Geez i came prepared. Probably the only time breadfruit look is why i listen no sitting. I'm not going to have to. I actually read some personal history like the most biggest fan of designated survivor in season. One and two so remote. With the rate the whole designated survivor give it a quick ignited. Survivor was starring. Kiefer sutherland garden. Twenty four. I didn't like him. What lock him. You just only fan. I didn't like twenty four. Because i really got into it and then i would it. Didn't you know also big fan kiss did just. I don't think i saw commercial on on netflix. It was it was it was on netflix. They first aired on net flicks but they replayed. Abc's version obviously abc produced it. I think yeah and also fox. This looks good. basic premise. At the state of the union every year states. The all the government gets together for the state of the union. One delegate is taking out maybe to what i think but wh one delegates taken out and taken to a secret unload okays location. They kept their in the event that something goes wrong catastrophically wrong and all of government is wiped out. There will be a one remaining. Sitting member of government is that will basically restart government and can still uphold. Government called the designated survivor. That's the premise of the show. Yes so basically. It opens up seeing know. This guy's sitting up a sitting member of cabinet member of cabinet. It doesn't union starting eating popcorn sitting back his comfortable clothes and a terrorist attack happens and wipes out all of government. And he's like out that we know and just basically sees capitol hill on file and then the chargers unfold and all like shit looks like a good show. Yeah so. I watched as one and i was back to back. Episodes watching it was like twenty episodes per season is walkers in abc. Things always getting my designated survivor fix. I loved it. And i was like foxes and one's good off season to you are writing a blog posts for off season to came out Shaded all everything's knows like faulk end of season. Ju comes anyone looks. Boil this off now. Okay you still here. I'm going to tell you. designated survivor. Season two happens and then it ends and you like holy shit. Where did that come from. I wouldn't expect that person's being on these two and then it was like on. Abc's pulled the plug. There's no more designated. Survivor knows like what what i'm being here for forty episodes. You took us down these curve. Nice failed at someone's part of these thing like what they like a key character. Yeah then. Netflix comes on goes. Don't worry guys we're going to save the day wegener. Pick it up fuck netflix. Pick it up season. Three's coming so netflix's comes along. They produce a ten episode version and release it as season. Three season into fantastic Season three comes along. Netflix must have sat in a boardroom and said the following. There's a great series guys. Everyone loves it. Twenty episode h. We even know gla- cody vase lodge from james. Wherever he's a messy fucking fan loves the show if everyone loves it as much as him. It's a fantastic show. One bright spot in the corner of rooms gone guys of got an idea. How can we fuck the song so hard that will be the. Us biggest and royal. Fuck ops of all tv series that. It's even worse than what we what happened. To game of thrones. How can we tear all in these sir. Much via the person who's leading the team must have said you're getting payrise. Eli because that's a brilliant idea. Gets to the drawing board. They've literally fucked the show to the point. Where season three. He's not even worth watching. I'm like finished watching. I watched the whole thing because i was dedicated to watching. I'm just like what did you just do. Okay we swear on this show. Explosives part of content between season one and two they. Billy dropped the sheet bomb. Let alone faulk. Yeah in season. Three's like all it's like every third word fuck. Yeah it's it's regardless of the topics they talk about understand the direction. They're trying to take because of social things they want to talk about things that matter at the current state of the world and i get what they've tried to do but it wasn't what season one and two is a battle. Yeah completely season one and two was about that. Going for gold spread the social message. Talk about topics that matter. I get it. It's got its place but not when season one and two had nothing to do with the topics that china's released a whole new and he's season three and season three. He's got nothing to do with it. They really fucked it up. It's it's it's the end of a world done stake. Aw all these underworld whiter has come. He's put down going as he's put it down. He hasn't put any soft place gone on the table. It's like it's a log of burt mate on the platelets. Wow i didn't fix. Alls i thought i was going to throw your curve. One a new york a fan of season three. But i didn't think he was gonna throw these one end to author. It was modern salvageable but theories is akan. Even just look at me. One day from zero to one hundred people watching the public deals not bad. Get super passionate. When i go fittings right well especially when something needs to be good and attention was actually the wave. Describe this to me and ended on. This is eve order. Rebuy stake like. It's probably one of the best steaks you can have and they've just torched it. Yeah it's like what have you done. It's not like they've brought you out a low grade supermarket style rump steak daycare and the medium red. They've gone quality from the beginning. And it's just gone someone's just throwing it into a five pound forgotten about it and got it out like ten minutes exactly and said he's a sheet gold and all is probably in also watching this because i think the average listener of this was probably like their need to light forties probably. Yeah yes data. One's you really follow the abc demographic so i went and looked at the forms online threads about what people were saying about it too. Yeah saying the same thing you got these people who watched that type of show. That's come across and it just saying not just really ruined the show. Yeah i don't know. I think at the time all i was very connected to the latest sheep stall to are really locked. He's ladyship stall in one to. it was a time. We're always trying to come up as a leader as well. And i really learned a law resume very inspirational leader. The show yeah personality taught was the same like Really resonate like a really lock. It and then just pooh-poohed it just fucking pooh-poohed j. does a well done over overcooked. Torched steak aren't we got time for another one. This is key. kong can go a little controversial. Yeah you sure you saw can a little bit controversial if if if you want to go. I'm ready okay. This topic isn't going to get as bain right now. But don't be surprised. Cancel coach all time. We're not allowed to talk. Okay well we can talk about it. Let's talk about it okay. There is a massive movement in the world and they're it's strong polarity against it People have got reasons for for health reasons. People have got reasons for it for other reasons. Why they just want to jump on the bag bandwagon. Vaccinations immunizations yeah. I think it's important topic. I think so too. The reason why i'm going to bring it up is because when was the last time you heard about cases of chicken. Pox cases hastens of or a case of chickenpox. Not within my circle of family or friends growing up over one had chickenpox. Bread is legit zena because everyone had chicken pox zoo. Someone had chicken pox yet. All the parents stuck. They keeps together in the playground. They could all get it at the same time gavin down with growing up off that as a teenager and beyond i never heard a case of chickenpox at least for per lost ten years at least ten fifteen years. I kid you not this year. Five six times. I've heard of cases of people getting. She can pox interesting. Say it's a raising a legitimate question. What's your feeling what's more vaccines than what's your back. What's your what's your stance on your view of your feeling around. Vaccinations immunizations how do you write it as a stake. I'm gonna an and this is not a fence sitting statement. But i i'm not i think we can. Fencing will a not well-versed on vaccinations in general are have naturally a lot of people being reading up about for the law. Say twelve to eighteen months. Yeah so the most again wolves pessimistic. You've so you're in the early days of learning about a lot of preemptive with but in terms of like where the to where the not to also off by telling you what the steak is and kind of explain it for me. Not whether to whether or not to think about what you think about it. Because i think in the health spices we should be saying what you can. You can't do okay. it's just your view about. I think it's i think it's rare. I think it's undercooked. I think there's not enough. I think there's a lot of like there's a lot of means going around now. Like i don't know what in that i don't know what's in that vaccine and it's almost a dari and they mouth. Having a cigarette is a lot of opinions. There's a lot of people shitting on it. Yep without saying it's art or did it's a conspiracy. There's always stuff and my hana no one knows but it's like i don't think there's enough information out there to suggest your own way but for me. It's our probably to rest risk because this do a lot of development on it for me personally and i haven't personally made my mind up on yet. That's why it's not overcooked for me and that's why it's not the most perfect thing because there's a lot of shit that scares me about it as well especially not so much for me because i know with my line of work. I'm probably not going to be given an option to practice without it to be honest when when it comes time to get it done. I personally don't. I've only ever had the flu vac. Once i'd still to this day kick myself. Don't know why. I went and had a philip being proactive. And i'll seek for a month really sick for a month. Now we've symptoms. Yeah a strong hours for two weeks sick for the next two weeks of that. I had everything off the coughing spluttering. The flynn as you get the flu. After that year again not remember it was a long time ago would have been interested in our member but not that that changed my mind about it yet. It's kind of like that's why it's is still a lot of development on it. I don't know enough about it to make a strong stance on but if a person i think when it comes time for this whole whatever covid vaccine coming. I don't think i'm going to be given an option or i am. It's going to be either if you want to continue to practice and work with people you need to have it all. You can still work with people but we're not going to fund you not going to support you give you insurance not going to do any of that so it's like well. I think there's a lot to be seen in that space visit. There's a lot of trying to show. I don't know. I'm kind of a little bit stuck in terms of like the question you're asking in terms of like i think it's good like i think you actually answered quite intelligently because i would. I think you've answered intelligent in in your way of saying it is. Can you write it being good or bad. I think if you're if you're having an online debate your typical online debate you've got people like no. I'm pro vaccine and you've got people that are like on anti vaccine. People that are pro vaccine would be like on medium rare. Everyone should get a herd immunity. Everyone's gonna have it. The people that are like anti vaccine allies. Lots will dan like. He can't don't even go there. It's terrible that's i think your and saw in your context make sense. You're saying i don't know enough about it as yet whether it's because you would you say it's because you haven't learned enough as yet or do you think science in general behind it isn't far enough yet to conclude anything both really needs a lot of science backing it. I think there's a lot of back in about. I still think we are. And i forget. The two different types is the one that gives you the actual stream or whatever it is of the vaccine and is the one that i'm going to put this fall. The scientists biz. Biz a pertain of some sort. That makes you body believe that has any creates immunity. The immunity creates a defense. The difference between the two is one. The one that gives you the stream you don't have to have it for another four or five years whereas the one that gives you the the i guess the the protection for you. Have to have a more regula. Yeah which one pick are. I'm not sure which one's the best one. I think you've i think you've answered. I think to answer the best way. There's a lot more development left to it if anything with everything that's happening at the moment it's exposed companies like knock exposed but it's put more earnest on companies like tj to explain more engage people more about where the vaccines is for you or it's not for you so vaccine is ray a red blue stake for me because there's a lot more development on it and i'm not saying the development it's gonna come is going to be better. It may come out that it's going to unravel a whole can of worms of stuff. So that's that's my answer. It's not a fence sitting. it's just. I'm just not i don't know enough about it to you. See here in either. Bagger or yeah. That's my instinct. Is that offending one little bit. I'm just. I'm being honest thinking that you've made a fair comment because you wouldn't have it as what i'm trying to say. I wouldn't have it just yet if you if you're gonna if you someone walk in the door now here we go vaccine time. I'd probably be like whoa back off build. i'm not gonna have a blue state. It's not my thing. Yeah but if you're going to talk to me about it more and try to convince me that's you put in state back on the girl for a few more minutes to make it medium rare for me or you might talk way too much three right off. That stake is still in the grill by the time takeoff. It's i've done. Yeah that's i think events it very well and that's one of the things. I threw it in there because it was something that came to mind. Only because i've been hearing the reason. Why is because i've been hearing lots of. Let's let's let's have a vaccination episode air. Because i know you've got some serious like well i do but i'm probably also the same as you were. I don't understand a lot of it yet. We have to learn a little bit more. Yeah so there's always been big like the icon gonna rant about something that just doesn't necessarily know my goalpara hints of english to blabber about and get emotional about oh it's bad and people are like what's unlike fucking. Do you even know what day it is tomorrow like. There's some people that annoy me about like this is really good video sanity about like people making an opinion on something and then you assess the individual making the opinion and probably the same person that annoy club on a saturday. Night and smelter lana cocaine. Yeah so it's like you don't you don't have an opinion on this when you do stupid shit like that you. You know what i mean. That's i think it's does kana. People are clouding the correct education on whether it's good or not because there's a lot of like those type of people making opinions on things when they don't even qualify to make it a point where they should cross the road or not. No i am being an on being hostile. I agree it's it's true it's it it makes complete sense and i and i certainly agree with that i think is certainly You know i. I will get myself. I've never had the flu. Flu shot personally myself. But i didn't have to get the flu much. It's very rare that i ever do. Yeah i find. That may taking one hundred fifty. Sorry a one and a half grams of vitamin c. A day for me personally yet. Holds hold sickness off mall. The may feeling like. I need to go and get through stepping said. I've immunized myself with all the stuff yet for hooping cough and all the stuff like if you're going to this country. It has malaria middle area. Three four. i go there. it's plain size. And i and i support and agree with the idea of herd immunity. Yeah right so there's lots of things day at the same time. There is areas that. I'd need to educate myself in the reason. Why won't these went up winning these topics because lightly. I've just noticed out of nowhere. System is a lot more cases of parks. And when i say a lot more when you go from zero to six in a short period of time yet in the ye particularly nightime where we've been isolated for so long That's a little bit interesting to me. It's almost like is an indicator of something. Because if i personally have only heard of just seeks anecdotally through general conversation it's like are they more cases and could it be a correlation because there is a strong movement of people saying no no. We don't want accenting malware against it. Yeah is there a potential correlation of. Wow we're starting to see more cases of that so that's kind of the topics. I think you answered it willing stating it's rare yet. I think so too art. Let's let's move on. let's do one more h. Yeah we'll do our mortgage now you're gonna make me do extra work while we didn't have another one. You don't have an alum of gone for you if you don't have a whole finish on this one i have you got a peak one and then you've got to tell him. Obviously you'll know we all know the answer to you. Need to tell me okay or you can put it this way peak one and you can talk about whether it's all done. I've a coke rare. Whatever because i've got a thing to finish up on because this is the last episode of the the bush obey chess bush. Okay bush stake. Have you listening everyone wash man. Everybody your paycheck go. No no because i am it depends on the time of like just are kind of like a fucking so it depends on like a lots of things which which matters whereas i'm just like rush talking to me and i'm like yeah or finally understand it's bush now. I'm staying on the fans. It's not not saying it's a bush. Bush house was a bush asked a medium rare. Why there's just something about talking series bush bush. You're in the bush. Yeah i'm talking all right like me some bushman. So what bush and then like you know. Drive down willies. No showers no toilets. No showers no one around walk fifteen kilometers either direction. And you're still in bush if you if you had to like me up and dropped me anyway. Yeah like just drop me out of the parachute and say this way you've got to land is thank full thirty days. Have me on the beach Or the bush. Yeah i will pick the bush at a hot topic of the day. This something about as soon as i get out there. The smell of bach dried leaves the ruffling of the trees the ground the opportunity around me to survive and create and craft and live off the land and connect that. The beach doesn't give me when i go to the beach. It's nice it's probably a medium to a world medium will a medium well the beaches are medium will go there. I see the waves. Crashing on my. This is nice. It's relaxing it's relaxing soothing whereas saying building a sandcastle having fish and chips enjoying it but then i'm like well it's been in nice state hot now i want to go home is yeah right. Whereas whereas in the bush. Unlike leave me feel. I feel at home in the bush. Explain it all right also campaign crofting building five smell the fire lathering chopping chopping. Like i even. It's not the other day. I'm like nat is. He's course it's a three day three night Fundamental module of bush craft where you go. And you do these calls from a guy who was a is an ex commander charlie commando and now teaches the army in the survival. Skills stuff's is truck for them. Now he runs a course for three days of emailed and said bullpen wouldn calendar next year on a do it three days. You go off you pack. And that's it and you're out in the bush For three days. Learning about all the stuff around the bush man. I'm super excited. Aren't if i get knocked out in two thousand twenty one when when we got in the new year. I'll be happy dude. I the bush is a good medium rare good perfect marbled tomahawk staying the medium rare on a barbecue with a bitter fire charring sides just to get a well said my friend. We'll sit before we wrap it up. It's the last episode of the year. It's been a good year. You has had some lot reflections. Don't know how many episodes of releases e some what forty odd episodes just quickly. Have you got five minutes while we wrap up. This is the end of the year. It's been a good episode. I know we did this. Last jeep going to thank you again. You're good episode. Good a good show these year. We've done a lot. We've had a lot of recordings and had a lot of this time last year. We were probably only about a dozen emphysema. A dozen yes. It was early days. I think we're in the in the early kind of like you could call it. The honeymoon stage of the podcast whereas now this is like the relationship development all week after this year when we move into next year in a couple of days. We can't even say when we started the last year because we started the before before they can go on say circa two thousand and nineteen. We alike veteran status. Hurt that veteran status. Say sixty six episodes in. I thank you for that. It's been a really good really good journey. You will come out this year. And i'm looking forward to next year. God bless we get a great year head. Everyone safe and healthy. And it's just a good year what what we before we wrap it up. And i also want to thank the listeners to. Yeah so thank you to everyone who's listened we've grown this year we've trended exponentially exponentially and we've it's not like fluffing feathers or anything like that. It's it's live it's legitimate stuff and we grow quick a month to month now than what it took us to get last year in a whole year. So we're doing well. It's very and we can't do this unless people actually clicked play. They till friends they share it. They support each support us. I'm humbled thanked people for that and we'll still shop each and every single year we avance keep each and every week we haven't yet and we'll delivering twenty twenty. One hundred percent are around up any more than what you just said man yeah. Usa something now is going to go on to my loss thing which was also last of the year. We started this year. Super helpful can be a great year. What are your predictions or twenty twenty one. How many like what do you mean predictions top three. Whatever you think of all these years far out talking about what do you think's gonna. What are your predictions for. Twenty twenty one legit put on the spot here If you have trouble I've got a few that. I think i'll give you a second. Because we came into these. He's super hopefuls. Give me the greatest. You're ever want to be the coke. Cool tie thing. But i feel like i always use a term sheet rises to the surface. Yeah i feel like it's going to there's going to be some serious and it's good and bad at the same time some with a quarter of the there's gonna be some like some stuff just coming out just like with with by rising coming into the play. We're gonna be witnessing so we're going to be seeing a lot of lack if put it this way. We're gonna be wishing that like at the time when covid hit in march and all that kinda stuff yet here in this country. That is the worst thing ever. I feel like when we the first quarter. There's going to be some serious stuff. That's going to twenty nine. Make twenty twenty look a little bit a little bit mild. Really yeah okay. That's interesting. it's not it's going to be. It's going to be to end of the spectrum. it's going to be like fantastic others and it's going to be disastrous father. Feel like there's going to not necessarily a divide. But i think people are going to really understand we talk about safety nets and all that kind of stuff and happiness in everyone's on this lovely cloud. I feel like there's going to be any more room left on on on on these big buses people are gonna be writing little mini buses and charges. And not everyone's going to be able to get on the bus and for those you can of on the bus. You got to walk and you're gonna find out in the hallway. That's i don't wanna be like. Oh miss doom and gloom. Because we started last. She's episodes back talking about distractions. The beauty of distractions that episode. That use that episode on what we talked about yet to still turn that sheet around. This says you weren't going to say it's not that it's a bad thing but it's gonna be some real stuff is gonna on guilt and jake. Paul takes a dive. Yeah okay for f- hundreds of millions of dollars. Hopefully unless someone clever enough just goes fucker. Scrapping the mac. I the this year has been a a roller coaster of ye. Because this is what roller coasters alike. Aligning up in the queue. Allah thirty first of december wondering what the rides going to be like. I'm so excited. Glad excited but nervous. Yeah that's what happens reunion q. Yep you get on the rollercoaster you start going up opulent going back you like shit stomach just goes on and when you're on like me off can't stop and you like you just get enthroned left and right at the same time it feels good jihad it yet but it feels good. Yeah you get off the rollercoaster. You like y'all my god. That was so bad. It was so scary but i want to do it again. Yeah it was fun. Yeah even though it was scary. That's what these he was. Yep apes bizarre. These he was the rollercoaster and as an exact match for match analogy and every stage of really thought. It was a world of next year. I'm i don't know if it's gonna be the same. Give me a lot of shit. That's going to get real we'd I predict to things like they gave me walled predictions heartbeat on the river. On what i'm not. I don't like predicting things allah but don't be surprised. Said he first heard jay here. We go an asteroid. We'll be coming to work. What she's it has to be wild and asteroids coming to earth is the pretty or anyone they runs giving gloom. The media's gonna make it out like it's the end of the world people like it's not to be divided mathematics. Says it's not levi's worth everything's is going to pass like y two k. It wasn't bad but we gotta white for the end of the year to realize that we missed an asteroid hitting earth and destroy us and finally where the superior race we've survived. Everyone's gonna feel good about themselves. The other thing is that we are going to make contact with have already made contact wieght or find alliens visiting fuck. I'm serious. i'm not saying. I believe all of that. Stop just saying that's how why what has gonna come ago our on our k. I k. enough. He is the files. So they're all of the back of johnson. We'd had conspiracy theories roy. He's got a powerful finger. Who thirty for the we. We've had episodes of almost many different topics conspiracy theory episodes. Full telling you something wild man. You're gonna say this man that wouldn't surprise me going always going to say what a surprise me and it's the perfect way to end. J. w twenty twenty s. Because it's like because he's something can top that then then visit say. Walk come at me dude vaccines current ours. Asteroids wiley walk. It's what so that's that's my prediction for twenty twenty one and then like we find that madonna's ninety far species. What are we talking about on with anyways. eyeglass happy had does. The happy had a fantastic year. I hope you have a fantastic year again. Thanks for listening to us. Episodes sixty six conspiracy theory man number sixty six the last episode sixty six sixty six. It's been a massive or it's a live six o'clock or six anyway. It's been a a a a fantastic. It's been a great great run of episodes. We've loved having you on. We hope you have a safe new year moving forward and we can't wait to Connect with you guys again. When we re launch or reconnect women released the next episode in the new year. There's no breaks and like as a belated christmas prison full. Uh us if you like like the show that much you want like wish. I could give these guys something. I just love the voices. In my e-z every wake just refers to a friend to lauren. Tell one just one person and then tool that one person if they like it to do the same app and show them our podcast and tell them to not tell you whole classroom full of people air. Will you colleagues at work just one. That's all that's all we need and on that note. Thank you very much lucky wants to akron top. What you just said we personally. I am humbled by the fact that when we first started this we got and i use it. I use the term life few listeners but at the time it was a lot for us. Yeah it has grown exponentially. And i'm humbled the fact that people from all over the world reach out and speak about topics that we can't even remember talking about ourselves And to me. It's like i couldn't think of doing this with anyone else but yourself and i enjoy every process of feel like every time we are constantly opening a different door wearing some kind of like luna park wonderland taught game park and we constantly opening different door. And it's just a different thing every time and then when we look back to open that door that does 'cause there's so many more doors and insists that's the way it the best way i can describe it so to many more doors ahead. Sorry man happy. Happy everybody and peace l. pace out. We'd better gaming. Because aliens madonna discuss. Does this whole like she does like a wolverine thing with a finger nails come out status so from the four hundred full space up. Five i thought margaret prediction was a bit like full on. And then you come out with like aliens in that state. I don't know if it's being set up by people have been hearing about these. we'd model it's being again. I'm my brains. Like i don't have and there was enough our cloud storage in my head to think about stuff like that He's man bizarre. She's happening. It's been a pleasure to buy.

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Episode 32: Duggar-Thon 2020 - Women Aren't Worth Much to Fundies

"Hello everyone welcome to tv. Literate apart cast unapologetically enjoys trashy tv. I'm jillian and i'm megan. yeah yeah it's it's december. it's christmas. Yeah wow it is. It's christmas the free form movie. Abc family movie night started tonight. It's new last night here. it did. It's nude it's nude. So it's like i just telling juliana beautiful pine tree full of snow out my window right now and i just. I'm all cozy up with my heater and my blanket and my sweater. And i'm i'm just feeling the cozy cozy winter vibes right now. You're going full like higer. Yes yes absolutely full hookah. Yeah i get that. And i am not that currently because i'm in the attic and christmas has just thrown up over the attic. So there's like boxes and our old christmas tree and like all the halloween decorations and everything that we took down. And we just haven't put away in the back room like yeah. My life is just surrounded by boxes. So jillian what have you been watching the past week or so. I'm so prepared for this. I have in my notes. I wrote down the title of one show. I was watching. So i didn't forget it so i'm prepared to hell. Yeah so we've been watching. All of the christmas like food competitions etcetera and only two that are really worth mentioning are sugar high in sugar rush and there are the same people and one's sugar is just like fancy sugar and sugar. Rush is the same as last year. It's just like a holiday amateur baker competition but it's cute and it's fun. That sounds fun but it sounds like if i watch that my blood sugar would just automatically go up just by watching it. I have to have a snack. When i watch it because otherwise i'm like i cannot watch cooking shows or like any shows about food without wanting to eat needing to eat immediately leading to eat. Whatever it is that they're making and depressing cheeses and you're like well. I gotta have something else to make it almost as good as this thing. I see on tv exactly exactly and then we started this new show on netflix. I think came out a couple of weeks ago and it's called the real lives of bollywood wives. Okay it is so chaotic. Sounds like it. It's very good but everyone somehow is related to each other. And i don't know there's just some weird stuff going on which i'm all here for because it's rich people being like we're not that rich. We have a normal life when we have the cleaner come like once a day. We don't have a live in maid owner person. Yeah no and then like half of it this woman. One of the one of the wives just is like shitting on her in-house help or housekeeper. Like the whole time. And i'm just like every moment of this reminds me of the caste system in both india and the us uk. And i'm like this is not fun. This is that's uncomfortable for sure. Yes yeah but it's a good trash watch. It's kind of like wives and girlfriends of football players in the uk and stuff. it's just real nouveau riche. Stugotz it's kind of nice to see that kind of behavior. It's it spans all cultures. It's wherever you are humanities. wonderful. Yeah i don't know it's wild and crazy and we haven't finished it yet because it got to be a little much after two episodes in a row we were like we gotta we gotta find some conflict resolution tv. Yes yes what. Have you been watching So well first off. I wanted to mention that. I watched that movie about the librarian. Holly and ivy holly and ivy. Because it was my grandma's birthday last week. And i called her and i was talking to her on the phone and choose like now honey. I watched this movie on hallmark and it reminded me so much of you. And i was like. Don't tell me don't tell me. I already know what it is and so i felt like since two people i mentioned it in the i had to watch it i made kyle watch at and it was just. I was exactly what i thought it would be. Just pure cheese like just but the christmas vibe and like we talked about. I really appreciated the the accuracy of the not being able to find the library work and also i love how like they literally. There was the whole plot of these kids. Mom dying and they literally just like didn't even talk about that at all she died and they'll be dead and then like a year later your adopted. It was like okay. Yeah all right. Let's not let's not talk about the bad stuff this lifetime. We're not going to focus on what trauma true. It's true i mean. Honestly there's been enough trauma in two thousand twenty in our own lives at home. That's fine we can just pretend it doesn't exist so i watch that Which was fun and the christmas spirit. I've watched a couple other. Christmas movies like we watched christmas vacation on thanksgiving and all that kind of stuff. Those movies are on and it's hard not to watch them and get sucked into 'em every year but then on a completely different note. I also watched. I watch on hulu. But it's an investigative discovery like shit miniseries which one cults and extreme believe. I've watched like two episodes that it was so i think i've watched all but one of them but they were so good. There was like nexium. There was the children of god which was really fucked up the thing that we left off on because we realize we just need how that one is so fucked up all of these like colt systems and it was like like an hour long each one. Yeah and it had like people that were part of the colt talking about it so anyway it was really quality quality television so i highly recommend watching that if if that is something that interests you because fucked up fucked up fucked up fucked up. I love a good colt. I hate them. But i love them. Love them but yeah which brings us neatly to our topic. Berm turn initiative. We are back. We are back on the doug train. Of course all aboard the duggar train too and this this episode. We're going to be talking about counting on season for which is basically like gingers. Wedding season has essentially gender season. It's agenda season part to the first one was like ginger sees season three was ginger jeremy's courtship and then this one is their engagement and their wedding. I don't care about most of it anymore. Like honestly i know you're talking about this beforehand but like so many flashbacks to even just like last season. And it's like please stop showing me fucking bend eating that taco eight times. I mean it's hilarious. After eight times still but i don't care anymore. Yeah we don't need to see it. We like we don't need you guys just to like be buying out time like if you guys don't have that much new material than maybe like you don't need a whole episode on that one thing that gives us the want. The secrets not the flesh. Exactly we want the dirt like come on. I mean obviously they're not going to give us dirt like we want yet. We want new stuff. At least yeah. Yeah for real but let's get into it. We're going to start with episode one which is called the ginger gown the the gender down that ginger joan gender down john. I'm so sorry okay. I started this episode and the immediate first thing that i wrote in my notes was oh my god whole season is wedding. Planning please fucking kill me. Yeah pretty much god. I hear that much. Like i like say. Yes the dress. But i don't have to do anything but the dress yes. The dress is nice and fun but yeah there are certain aspects to wedding planning that. Don't translate as well to television as others. wedding dresses. do the wedding dress shopping. That's a very visual experience. So you know. Have an episode on that. That's fine. I get that but yeah i. I don't really need to talk about like table settings shit like i'm good. That's not the fun stuff. I don't care what you're having your fucking reception honestly. Just give me seem to say we're having italian we're having barbecue. We're having whatever no. Please don't fuck enlist shit to me anyway. So this episode we start Ginger and some of the family are going to virginia to go wedding dress shopping They are going to the same place. Where i think. Jill and jessica both got their wedding dress And so i'm guessing it's like a miss renee is her name and i'm assuming she's very into like modest wedding dress. Google guess because i was super curious and they have a whole post about it on the duggar family blah blah. Yes but She basically does just regular addresses but found that she could take their money. Oh well good for her watch whatever like she watched nineteen kids and counting or something. So okay well i mean good publicity for her too so whatever i mean. I'm all for taking money from the dodgers that's fine. Oh yeah so they go get her wedding dress good. I was just gonna say they all have to discuss what they think. Gender style is yes. We talk about. How ben said that her style was urban clearly has no idea what that means because ginger ginger. That's like the opposite of what singer of the duggar style kick preppy. Yes yes and i love how. They're all like elegant. Classy unique and i'm like isn't unique. It's like sweaters and skirts like a plain sweater and jeans. Skirt like yeah. It's a hallmark fucking movie outfit. Xactly exactly it's like okay. Yeah hallmark movie hallmark. Christmas special bats ginger style before we get into the dress dress. They talked about specifics of the wedding so they plan to get married in three months. So that's a pretty short engagement and they had like a. I think three months or less courtship too. So that's comforting. And they're going to have ten guys and ten girls and their bridal party which no fucking thank you know. No we had three each and we didn't have a lake processional. We just had everybody who stood up there and got ready and then we entered. Yeah we had five and that was like drawing the line like that was like. I'm not doing any more than that done. More than five minutes sitting in the chairs and been like. Yes yes but yeah. But i mean they talk about how they invited like twelve hundred people and they're expecting like a thousand and it's like oh my fucking like that sounds fucking horrific. That sounds like the worst day. I would definitely need an immediate honeymoon. After that and be like sorry doesn't work and then thinking about a gathering of a thousand people during covid makes me want to throw. Obviously this was a long time ago. But it's like. I cannot separate my mind. It doesn't matter get married again soon. And they're gonna stroz and person. Yeah it's true. I mean. Justin and claire just got engaged their babies. They're like they're bathing jutting. Yeah he turned eighteen and then got engaged the next day and i don't know if they've set a date yet or at least they haven't publicly said anything but i'm sure they're not gonna wait for cova to be over they don't fucking care they don't care coburn's fake god's got it god's got god's got it. I read a meeting today on facebook that was from one of the like super christian groups. I don't know who posted it but it was just like if covid can do this to the world. Imagine what god can do with a mustard seed and i'm like like fucking blow up the planet. Maybe i don't know what else you think it does. Yeah that sounds like yeah. No i don't want to think about that. That's an real revelations bullshit right so yeah they were talking about all their bridesmaids and groomsmen 's and i really appreciated that. Jeremy was like on the other. The other groomsman are by special guys. Special guys special special guys. Yeah and also. I have to correct myself because i think a couple episodes ago. I said that. I thought jeremy was an only child but he's not. He has two siblings. He's the youngest but he has a reasonable number of siblings. Threes not weird threes no threes five especially like one girl and two boys or something. Yeah yeah yeah. They had a pair. And then we're just like one of those round this out with the trio. I apologized for lying to you. All that was mean of me. Fake news fake news. I'm so sorry. I'm no better than president. Know better but speaking of the president when they were going dress shopping. Did you see how bad michelle's fake tan was. She's sh- she needs some help in the make department. I sure it's she does not know how to choose her colors. No like usually. She's fine when she's not wearing makeup or wearing just a little bit of makeup or whatever and most shots and then sometimes when she goes out on the town. I'm just like please please. yeah this was. This was in two thousand sixteen. I think ginger. And jeremy get married like either a few days before a few days after the election so like maybe she really was just feeling inspired by by the donna. Maybe she was celebrating the cheeto. The hope you're in celebrating now anyway. So yeah they go dress shopping. Try on dresses. I mean. I think that the address that ginger ended up with which they were going to make some further changes to it but i think it was like it was it was pretty. It was not like anything. I would choose but it was a pretty dress i think of. All of the duggar weddings at least for the girls like ginger. Like at least stylistically was the one that i hated the lease even though like it looked like a regular one that you'd see the dress or something and someone who didn't want to be right. It was just of a classy elegant by to it so it wasn't like little house on the prairie. It was exactly traditional oily. Exactly also i wrote down a comment that joy joy said she said yeah. It's probably just easier to have someone designed your dress than having to dig through all the options. And i'm like that is like the most privileged thing i've ever set us probably easier. Just have someone design it. Okay put away. You have no idea what goes into making address to. Because i looked at like getting address altered like getting a cheaper dress and having seamstress do stuff and it's like adding that extra line of like laser shake hundreds of dollars and hours and hours of work. Yeah i mean even just like. I remember when i got my wedding dress and that needed to get it tailored in a little bit like just the amount of work that went into like tailoring it to fit your body like address that's already been made already been manufactured like that alone is a ton of work and money like that's a big undertaking. Yeah yeah it's true. Duggar privilege they have no idea what they're talking about but they know how to do it. Best exactly that's that's them. And i think i talked about that later on and especially get that five from from the guys. I think we were talking about this earlier today. Like specially derek. And jeremy and jay bob austin later on like they have the very like sanctimonious. What's best even though. They have no concept. Like no idea wasn't like nothing locking into rooms and being surprised about things on man you've got to figure this out like it's not just going to be easy. Peasy like they were so freaking out about the flowers in the later episodes. Yes sure yeah planning is a good thing to do. It helps not only land. That's true. I'm sorry got owns all the planners god owns aaron condron. Guess jack and so while the girls were wedding dress shopping which this census happened in virginia. And i guess jeremy's parents live in philadelphia. I think They were able to come Which was nice to have. The jeremy's mom was involved in the dress shopping. And then jeremy's dad stayed back and hung out with ben and derek and gave them like by switch league. Thank god. Because i don't think the willows are half nut bar as surely they could definitely use some outside outside perspective especially i guess coming from somebody who they can probably relate to a little bit but still giving them a little bit One quote that wolo senior said. I don't know his name. I don't Pablo berry go. He's said it's always enjoy being with young fathers. Just thought that was like such a weird thing to say. Yeah fuck the old father's succo yup at yeah. I don't know that's that's creepy. I did not hear that part. Because i was still really freaking out that they chose to go to an ice cream place. The just serve vanilla bean ice cream. It wasn't even ice cream and frozen vanilla bean frozen custard and they kept saying. We're going to get ice cream honey. That is not fucking ice cream. I like it's. It's still good but it's different. Yeah yeah but if somebody was telling me. I'm going to get ice cream and they give me that i would be fucking disappointed. I know that's not. That's not ice cream. Yeah it sounds. Nice but yeah. It's not really a duggar. I'm sure it's somebody in the church. Yeah yeah exactly. The hey come get is criminal. Ask cream shop and they really think they're getting ice cream. they have to be like. Oh fuck it's just vanilla bean custard who will custard. Let's pretend we like it. And then i like how. They basically spent the whole rest of the episode. All of them. Shitting on jessica. Being bossy as hell means she is especially in this season. I saw it more and more that she is just like. Getting very again sanctimonious. I think my family thinks. I'm like jesse because that's exactly what all of my taylor functions are. Let's talk about how me and megan is so i related to that. I guess so. I guess i'm jessica Don't worry i won't be naming my first son. Spurgeon surgeon yes it'll be surgeon cool surgeon. Surgeon surgeon surgeon. Yes exactly you can call them stu better than splurge anyway. Yeah present to us. We do this once called. Could it be twins even though like that had nothing to do with anything. I'm sure it's just because in bended that whole stupid doubling the love where she was pregnant with twins she's like no just two babies now instead of just babies now because the first one is still baby. Because i don't know how to space children out. Why would you want to if you want to have. Nineteen i guess that's true. Ouch not raise children. What else is there to do. Let's not like women can do anything else So yeah just is eighteen weeks pregnant with their second baby and they're going to jill's at the beginning of this episode to listen to the heartbeat and this is when they start teasing. Oh yeah we. We don't technically know if it's one or two and it's like honey. It's one like okay. the wind chills for an ultrasound because jill is certified and licensed as a midwife and just a is undecided if she thinks it's a boy or a girl although she thinks it's a boy but she's been having morning sickness and isn't showing and this will feel like confirmation to her to hear the heartbeat. Yeah i just. I don't really understand the logic of people being like yeah I got more morning sickness this time or like my back hurts extra weird this time so it must be the sex like sorry. If your kid has a penis or of china it does not affect like your symptoms. No no way more hyper specific than that. Yeah every pregnancy and for every woman is different like the same woman can have wildly different pregnancies and every pregnancy pregnancies fucking weird like let me just say that oh yeah pregnancies like the weirdest alien shit. Oh yeah no fully weird like we just become little space. I really think about a creature that's helpless and would die. If you were walk away from it. How did humanity ever survive. I don't know man. I think society like the fact that we created groups how i guess so. You know the old caveman saying it takes a village. What was i gonna say. Oh i think the only like old wives tale around pregnancy. That's actually true about how you feel is something about whatever makes baby's hair grow martin or have a lot of heartburn. Only truman and i'm like that that i can see. I can see that more just because that is like if it's some type of but like yeah i just don't have some chemical reaction going on to make hair because i understand how you make. Their hair is crazy and some babies come out completely bald and some babies come out with like a whole head. Babies go bold come up with a head of hair and then just fluff it off. And they're a whole different. Yes ma'am babies are wild. And maybe like their dads much like. Maybe that's why some of them lose their hair 'cause like their mom has blond hair and their dad has darker and they're like look look like you pop psych in this episode. We also have some more wedding planning going on. Of course ginger. Jeremy have to have italian food at their hersal dinner. Because jeremy's italian so rigatoni and the other italian. Yeah so great. So italian their jeremy the rest of this episode the end yet another flame appearance. Does anybody here believe it. Does anybody here believe it. I believe i believe believably because jessica and bad are going to a flame concert. I guess it's like music festival that flames. I'm sure it's like a christian. Music festival claims playing at outside. Acquire the fire or something. Yeah exactly and so they go they bring burgee of course and is as i ever concert Poor girl has as one of the boys said. The doug's don't go to concerts going out with large crowds inconvenient. Also y'all does might see something world it's true they're not allowed to dance or anything so like what's the point of concerts music. God at yeah. That's why they only listen to light classical shit stuff. You can't really well. You can dance classical music but whatever so at this appearance. They go backstage before. Flame goes on and talk to them and they're like we want you to come up on stage. And i feel like oh my god no no. They're not gonna make him do it. But then like squirt a water gun and it's like. Oh thank god something even even poor dumb ben probably can't love. how flame described like just. Imagine everybody's in the moment everybody's having a good time and then there's a shot with a water gun. Wouldn't that be great. And i'm like oh i'm not sure i'm sure it's hot so probably we'll be good but i don't know if that's the avenue i would go to get there. That's not like the first thing that would come to buy for sure every time a concert. I'm like i wish i could be more damp. I wish i could be shot in the face with water right now by a random white man on d. fundamentalist at a concert. Oh god always my first thought honestly. Every time i go to a concert. That will be my i if i ever go to a concert. Let's be real. I can't shoot us through the screen if we only go to virtual concerts talk. Yeah you're so right more reason to stay home forever. Yeah but on the other hand concerts don't have dug at them and probably never will. So it'll be the one safe place that is true. All right so let's move onto episode three. This one is called bachelor pad makeover Go ahead what about this. This one just made me so upset and this made me hate jessa in this one. Because like usually i really liked jessica but she was just like so shitty about this dude stuff like it's gotta be what tender wants and i get frightened for your sister and not wanting to live in a slummy hellhole but leave the fucking books. It just seemed like what jessica wanted. Not what ginger wanted. Yes she was so fucking like she was extra here. I don't know what it was. Maybe she's pregnant. I hate to be like that. Because i always. It's like annoying to have like. Oh she's feeling this way because of some reason but like yeah. She eligible not dealing with their shit because she has morning sickness and feels like crap. I know i'm a bit sick. Yeah i get that completely. So let's see. Yeah so this episode. Ginger band joy and justin go to laredo to fix up jeremy's too many days to fix up jeremy's apartment has new apartment basically because it's two two bedroom plane as hell apartment. I know it was so boring but like them. They just brought in basic back. Bad basic asked white girl shit. It was some of the worst decor. I've ever seen in my life like simultaneously hideous and so playing jazz. It was just like walking into a sold out. Homes homegoods everything that everyone else's lab behind like the big delaware signs like an homegoods clearance rack. What their houses like so goods on black friday night. God miss not not ideal. But yeah you had jessica bossing them around and trying to figure out where all of jeremy's books go because like books are jeremy's personality. He's decided to link that's his things like. I love books which like annoys me. Because i feel like that's yeah anyway. I know too many. He's just reading like what's that guy's name robbins. Tom mark robins the religious evangelical books. And it's just like so annoying when people are like. oh yeah. I like so sophisticated. Because i read books. It's like you're not fucking special but okay. I know. I always feel terrible when people are like. What are your hobbies. And i'm like reading because only options are like watching tv watching movies. I don't really like hobbies. Yeah oh yeah. They had the the rembrandt which was so funny. That like it costs so much strife. Busy think it's like a real like rembrandt. I don't know. I think it's probably the only picture that he's ever liked. Felt something. Which has since. Brandt was all about like science and shit. Oh this is okay so going back to another plotline in this episode. We learn about gaggy. Derek i swear to fucking god the only reason i put up with this episode is because it comically right that derek gets to vomit when he does something that he likes because fuck derrick. He's an asshole. Yeah i mean yeah they all are but yeah he so. This episode talked about how derek like. This has been a problem since he was like in high school. But it it's become worse and worse where every time he's running and jill talks about how it's like. Every time he eats anything he just feels really gaggy and he's been like doctors about it and stuff and like it sounds awful. I mean i mean this sounds horrible. Maybe you're gonna have to wear a mask when you go out and run and you're gonna have to change your diet because ninety nine percent sure. That's an allergy reaction. It has to be. I don't know what else it could be like. That's the only time. The only time i've ever felt like that was when i discovered i was allergic to english cucumbers because i put a couple in my water glass at work. One day for like ooh flavor hydrate soul-sucking cold office at my last job. And then i was like man. I just feel like i'm going to be like so i was like i'm just going to keep drinking water hydrate and then it was just like more and more. Apparently it's just like your throat lightly. Swelling hits gag reflex so diagnosed. Him factor down dr cool for just cooling me cool cool. Roll pro allred jessa. I was trying to formulate my next sentence running at half speed right now. I guess i'm not. I didn't think you actually being mean. just funny. But yeah he so they go to the doctor and you are right though. The doctor does refer to him to an allergist. He's like thinking along the same lines as you would think that that would be something. He says he's been to like gi doctors and stuff which that makes sense that he would go to those you think that he would have been referred to an allergist at some point for those symptoms. Yeah because i got referred to an allergist before i got referred to a gi doctor for my tummy troubles. They're like oh it's gotta be like food since or something that you're allergic to and the only thing learned is i'm lightly allergic to peanuts. Yeah let's see. There's this introduced the whole plot. Line of the boy. Duggar children buying danger. A car and it was dumb and it was a bad car in the end. Yeah i think it was a dodge. That's what looked like a dodge thuc. It's those really ugly ones. Looks like the big cockroaches. Yeah i don't know cars but i know i know what you're talking about but i don't know like names cars at all. I'm not the only reason that. I know dodgers the dodgers because like all of the lines are just straight and it kind of looks like musk. Boards fever dream put together. Well they out of boat they did. They bought a boat. It was cool it. Can you imagine just going and buying a boat instead. Our and lake. I'm going to buy a car. And then hopes. I wound up buying a boat instead. I mean they do have like a us. they'll like it. It is weird. I agree yeah. It's still weird. Like just be all like flippant about it. Just happens when you have money and if a ton of income streams because you have nineteen children. Yup that'll do it. Yep that'll do it okay. So the next episode episode for. It's called the bachelor party you know it's going to be a great fun. Time at a duggar bachelor party. That sounds so fun to me. So phone is so fun. Would play board games and Drink a lot of high c like got so in addition to the bachelor party. We'll get into that in a second. The other plotline of this episode was justin ben. They get a three d ultrasound to find out the sex of baby number two but of course is justin and they have to be extra so they're not gonna tell anybody else except for a couple of people who went with them what they're having. But they found out what they are having and they had the classic. Let's ask all the siblings. What they think they're having and it's like do we need to do this every fucking time. It's his personality. Trait babies personality trait. I sure that's all there is all they got going for him. I guess I don't know it's so dumb. And then they were just like well are a little bit is going to be is going to have us ebeling and your leg so funny so we just all got together to not know. Yeah nobody really fucking cares that much anyway like it's not it's not like big news what you're having like. No it's like fun like oh let's tell everyone we're having a girl or boy like yeah. Okay it's whatever yeah another time to like. Hey surprise were having a cool. This is cute. You can buy some like dressing. Shit now yeah. i don't know cool anyway. That's boring by the rest of it. This episode is focuses on jeremy and ginger bachelorette parties and so jeremy has some of his Van and friends come in to arkansas for the bachelor party. Can you imagine having to travel to arkansas for a bachelor party. I know and my other. Can you imagine that. I wrote my notes with. Can you imagine what it's like to have a friend like played sports with and like we're in college with and stuff and then all of a sudden he just like quit soccer to become a man of evangelical god. That's what i was wondering like. What were his people in his life like what were their reactions to it. Because that's like crazy shit. That's like a dramatic life jane. Yeah that's not. Like oh. I found jesus and i go every sunday. Now that's like. Oh i found jesus and now i am a born again virgin. I'm not going to kiss the woman that i am going to marry before we get married like. Yeah like i was a professional soccer player. I had a college degree. But here i'm just gonna go and like he's graduate degree. Yeah yeah he has school and lived in finland become more religious after living in finland. Enough that you know there is no god. Sure that's true. I don't. I don't understand jeremy at all. I don't understand how it happened. Maybe had some liberally traumatic event. Like maybe or something who knows something like that had to have happened but so for their bachelor and bachelorette party wet. Jeremy goes golfing and like the most pretentiously annoying outfit. That i've ever seen anywhere because jeremy so that matches personality to a t and during this time during the golfing trip they ask the people like what is a putter which i don't golf but i'd guess like oh that's the little golf club and everyone else was like saying the stupidest things but justice had said something she said. Is that a little. Do that runs around and grabs your balls. I literally type that quota to like i just. There's nothing funnier to be. Doug accidentally says in any wendo and you know they have no fucking idea what they're saying the cameras like they're like fuck. Yes yes faller down. That laugh man. Yeah this is gold. Yeah i don't know that whole gulf scene was just annoying. His shit and his like his friends are such good sports which is probably why they're like. It's fine that fundamentalists now. I guess except go with the flow. Kinda guys are only ones around. Everyone else was like yeah Bhai jeremy i do have to tell a joke that chris told me that i have to tell on guest about gulf. What do evangelical have in nope. I gotta do it again. What do evangelical golfing and evangelical having sex with the first time having common what none of them can find the holes. Look good good job. Telhami appreciate that hit. That's our guest right on for. Yes hell yes. Lord have mercy so while the boys were playing golf girls were home making their jewelry because those are the only two options i know. Why why. why are we making jewelry. I don't know i guess. They were making jewelry that they would wear to the wedding. I guess it's kind of cool like that'd be kind of a cool activity but like that's like their whole bachelorette party making jewelry. Yeah it's like having a bachelorette party and being like oh we're gonna decorate the basement. Work child labor yes exactly and the jewelry designer girl who was friends with two. I was yeah. I think was like the significant. Other point of jeremy's friends. She's a jewelry designer and she. You could tell. She was being coached by the production team on. It's like ooh what about your first kiss. 'cause then her responses were just like give fuck. Yeah it's like also like can you imagine like planning out your first kiss like what is there to plan. I don't know like what you should be doing is practicing. Yeah like it's just it. Just do it pretty easy but like if you are nervous about it just be like all right. We're going to stand next to each other and we're going to see which way our heads should go. which way. yes yes. That's definitely not. Let's talk about it with one hundred people. Yeah and it's just like it's so crazy to hear these women in their early twenties being like which would wish her. It's like okay. Are you fucking thirteen but okay. Yeah they all are they all are thirteen. God yeah no it was bad Yep and then go the other part of this episode jail derek and israel and derek mom go to the oklahoma state university homecoming Which was kind of nice to see. Like jill being exposed to kind of like the collegiate part of it even though i mean it's state university but like still now at least she's kind of getting out a little bit and getting bad experience. Derek went to college and hopefully that means good. Thanks for it's a state school not a christian school or or whatever so like it's it's good good though see a human once. Yeah exactly So yeah that was kind of cool to see them like out in like a real setting and not just like home in the compound and so he was. Derek was the mascot. Derek and eric's derek's dad did it was there. Were the first father son. Pistol pete his dopey and they're calling israel three. Pete is they want him to do it. Which like israel god. Yeah well you know. At least there'll be more to take pressure off tro. Yes exactly but pistol. Pete is so creepy too by the way like No thanks knowing that anywhere near me. Pistol pete's creepy and then oklahoma like university not state a have the sooners. Which are like the pioneers who decided to invade native american territory too soon before it was federally like annexed by the government or whatever. And that's what they're fucking mascot is still cool oklahoma. Just you're really proud of that trail of tears aren't you. Yep i guess does twister all that would be called helen hunt helen hunt yes hugo state university hell hans god okay totally divergent here because chris watches college football and so the all like the football mascot names and most are just whatever like the bulls or whatever but my two favorites which one of them can go to hell and one of them. I am rooting for and they're doing surprisingly well. In the season are the texas christian horny toads. And it's just a horny toad and the richmond spiders and the richmond. Spiders now my team from richmond. Virginia they're spiders in their uniforms are black and red hell. Yeah that's cool. I like i like why be boring. Pistol pete and just be like the fog and ohio state hurricanes. Yeah fucking piranhas. I don't know some scary animal creepy. Yeah exactly like good creepy. Not like old man creepy. Yeah like come on. You could have like the kansas city cryptic words chiefs like come on. We can do this. Cooler dame's exactly sorry. My my sidetrack. No i agree. I am all here for it. But yeah that okay. Let's go into episode five which this one's called all about ginger so in this one. Ginger is moving most of her stuff to laredo before the wedding. With some of the duggar boys So we learn a little bit about ginger ginger. The fashiony sta of the family. And how you know how books are jeremy's personality and so coffee is ginger personality. So books and coffee. They go together. Math made barnes and noble. Exactly just like yeah. They like fucking book shop could be worse. I guess so. Yeah and then let's see this. They okay so they're packing up ginger shit and at one point in time she ran over a deer and some of their family friends taxidermied it so now she hasn't mounted on her well and it's like that's so arkansas so much because it's like it's not even a trophy like something that you hunted and killed you just and killed an animal and then stuffed and hung it on your wall. Does she said it was on her way to spur spurgeon birth that had happened. Oh my god. And she's bringing i know and she's bringing it with her to laredo. And it's like no thanks. I don't want like first of all just like taxidermy. In general really creeps me out. Like when i was kid i was terrified of animal. Heads i i would refuse to go into any building that any type of animal headed it but like can you imagine like hitting an animal with car then like i killed it. Let me put it on my wall. I mean that is totally weird to me. And also i have heard from people that i know tangentially but like they've hit deers and then put it in the back and then cut it up and eaten it and i'm like i don't i don't think so i don't want i'm good. I'm good. i'm good. I really liked taxidermy. But i don't like hunting taxidermy. Like like you know. People who find that animals or roadkill like this but in in a much more tasteful way than like a hunting trophy or just completely insane like the one time. I stayed in maine with my friends in the cabin. We stayed at had made raccoon in a canoe. See honestly this sounds weird but honestly like little taxidermied animals. Don't bother me that much but like it's nicely the heads at bother me honestly. I think if it's the whole animal it's less creepy on. I think that's what it is 'cause. I just hate the fact of like this. Just decapitated animals staring at you. Like what's the of of that. Yeah yeah that's literally just like putting ahead on. Pike like it's yeah it's gross. It's like i mean all tax taxidermy kind of has to do with mutilation but it's also like a lot of taxidermist reverence for the animals that they are preserving and stuff. So i can see where you can be good hearted with it but where you can be a piece of shit. Yeah yes exactly. And then we've really gone off on the like non-sequitur train the today. it's okay whatever. I hope you guys enjoy it. We're rambling. It's better than the flashbacks exactly because this episode actually did have a ton of flashbacks because it was all about ginger but it also had them moving their stuff to laredo. Took them seventeen hours to get there. Which i think it was only supposed to take like eleven. I don't know how it took them that long. But notre through texas fucking sucks. I've done the austin denver drive twice in that seventeen hours straight and it rains in texas and like at one point in time. Part of my car was like merged. I dunno it. There's a lot of stuff going on in texas. I don't hang. This is the one thing. I will defend the doug on. Okay well that's fine. I don't know anything about it. So i'll just take your word for it. I'm hoping i will never know anything about it either. I'm good at it. yeah i'm fine. I'm fine. I've been to texas before but i flew there. So that's all you need is so yeah Let's see they do some video chatting with their wedding coordinator which why don't why doesn't their wedding coordinator no lake two weeks before their wedding if they're going to have like ushers or hand ally pamphlet things and this really thousand people. Yeah like this is all. I don't know. I mean. I know that they were on like a faster time line and like when i was planning my wedding i plan to. It was over a year. That i was engaged so like i had plenty of time but even still like these are things that they need to be addressed and like ready to go and like know figured out way before you know a couple of weeks before the wedding coordinator should be like confirming the ushers names so that she hadn't sign them and send them on their way racist. Like oh are you having ushers. Yeah i hate when like jeremy's talking to like i had no idea how much effort went into this and i fucking hate all of like these type of men who are like. Oh no idea that. These things took effort. These women things to actually took time and effort thought and it weren't just like done by powell selves. This whole episode was the epitome of the. We don't need your fucking advice. Shut up to derrick jeremy little bit of been little bit. Yeah and ben is less so much less like aggressive about it that the other manager. He's just so much more likely. That can chill. I'm just saying what he's told he doesn't ask songs married. He's married to jessica like you don't need to think when you're married to justice actually for you good for ben. I'm happy for him. Yeah he's really found his barnes and noble. Yes exactly okay. So that episode was kind of like blah. Let's move on episode. Six was called the big day. This is obviously about their wedding but it starts off with the girls having what they called a party to try on dresses. And i just want to know why does every little thing that you have to for a wedding like why does it have to be a new event or like a new type of party like why can't you just be like. Hey guys we need to gather. We try on the dresses and make sure they fit. We're gonna have penning party. I don't know maybe. It's a really old traditional tradition. That there's like the last few times that you're ever gonna see your sisters. Yeah ever again which is growth especially the modern world but you know moving so at least that's like a tiny bit better but yeah no fuck it but i did really like her veil and the yeah. I think her like i really. She looked really beautiful. And i liked her dress on her veil a lot. And it didn't look like christiani. Just look like a modest dress. Yeah it was. It was really pretty. I liked it a lot One thing Jeremy said towards the beginning of this episode. I wanted to talk about. He was kind of trying to justify. I guess how their relationship was and how quickly they moved because he was saying he said. But we've been looking for each other for years. And i'm like first of all you. Ginger is like twenty two second of all like camp epi said for like everyone that like yeah like that doesn't make you special honey the fact that you have a six month relationship mean anything different like yeah i mean i know i wanted to talk. We got married pretty fast. But i'm not and i'm not. I'm not criticizing that if you wanna get married fast. That's totally fine. Like i would have. I would have gotten married to keiler a week after i knew him like. I knew when you know. You know. Sometimes and i'm not criticizing that at all. Oh yeah he was just so trying to justify it. It'd be like we've been looking for each other forever ago. That doesn't mean that you know each other like if you were like. Oh yeah you know in the six months that we've been together we've been through something traumatic or some large life event or wherever then. It's like cool. Yeah you've had time to really like get to know a person in times of crisis well and that's the other thing too is that i talk about this all the time because it's just so mind blowing to me but like they don't get to spend any alone time together they don't know how each other act just between the two of them. They've never experienced that not for a second so like you don't know that person at all. I'm sorry no no matter how long you're courting exactly link it's all just text messaging and phone calls which you know you can get to know each other but i don't think they're like actually asking the big questions on phone calls and i don't for one second that jim bob and michelle don't fuck and trackers on their phones i was gonna say i know. In other episodes. They haven't specifically talked about it between jeremy and ginger. But i'm sure it exists that like any conversation between whoever's courting and the duggar there it's a family group conversation yes remember that yeah so. I'm sure it's something similar fucking crazy. Never being able to meet the person that you're gonna marry. When i guess this is just one step from arranged marriages anyway because they just want them to be pure and godly basically negotiate the whole thing exactly. Yeah like it's raid. It basically is like an arranged marriage basically made it almost makes makes it seem like there is some type of like choice involved and maybe they feel like it is but like really. There's not because of all comes down to whether or not the dad approves of it or not. Yeah and i get marriages can work and can find but everybody has to have a say. Everyone has to have set. You gotta be looking at that resume and being like okay this guy. So the thing that makes gingers wedding. I think different i guess marriage i should say different than the other ones. Is that with ginger getting married. She's also moving like twelve hours away with with jeremy so there was definitely some added emotions there especially with jessica. It was kinda like nice to see jessica. Actually she's like get emotional and shed some tears about it Because like they were really close and so it was kind of nice to see. Oh they have human feelings too. They're not all fucked up but but it is sad like because i can't imagine especially for ginger like ginger so used to having eighteen siblings around her and now she's gonna move to laredo texas where she doesn't even know any spanish and like like it's like a spanish speaking town And she only knows her husband who really know because and there's no familial support like it's not even his laws are going to be there like yeah i. She's alone. I yeah i wonder i just wonder how prepared she really is. She probably thinks she's prepared. But like i wonder how prepared she really is. Because that's like. I can't imagine how isolating his but also like her figuring out and like being able to do it because since i've seen that they moved to like l. a. And stuff and her being a real person. I think that probably definitely has contributed to some of her straying from the duggar. Line definitely evangelism. She's like oh shit. I am capable and i. I can't do this. And i am smart like yes. There's very religious but she's not in the all wise most obey their husband and say exactly what they say right. Yeah definitely. It's good for her for sure but yeah it would be so scary. Be scary probably very lonely. So there is one point so they had gingers bridal shower and they played a game on. Who knows jeremy best which thankfully ginger one and jeremy's mom second place which i thought that was appropriate. That's how it should be one of the questions that that was asked was what was jeremy's birthday and michelle says you here. Michelle in the background. Say i don't even have my own kids memorized for every other mom out there. I totally fucking get it but michelle. No it's not funny when she says hiring you pop out. And you're just like god's gonna handle it. I don't even need to know when they're boeing. Godel remember their birthdays. But do they do. They celebrate birthdays. I can't remember if they do. They do they do. I mean i don't know how they always post like birthday messages and they have like little birthday party. I don't think they ever do like huge things but they do celebrate birthday so i didn't know if they were full. Yeah yeah you never know. You never really birthday. That matters is the birthday of our lord is actually. That is true though actually. I don't disagree because i love christmas. I fucking love christmas too. It's so good. It's so good for christmas. Snack food vibe to immaculate more talking about the first kiss than we finally get to the fucking wedding. We finally get to the wedding. We finally get to them. Fucking working on the f- the low hours which took so long and they were so dramatic about it. It took so much effort like it was really pretty. It turned out really beautiful. And i liked it a lot but like it was not worth the pain that they went through to get that. Admiral cindy was fucking lose. It lake the only reason that she did not murder. Someone was because of the cameras. I'm sure exactly when they when she found out they didn't have those buckets. I thought she was going to her. Gonna talk of pop. Oh i know she got so mad like honey baby justin someone down like they've jobs like set multiple text messages about it and everyone confirmed that they had them before today. They they have them. They're they're in a different full of by off down happens. I did like that. They found the dead mouse in the room in the bucket and there are like with that one out there. That's okay but yeah then we get to the wedding and they do wedding things the fuck and she's like surprise at the wedding started already but there's twenty people walking down the aisle before her sometime. We'll never going to get to walk. Yup yup but yeah they have a wedding. Apparently their wedding was at two pm. Which like that's like the worst type of wedding It's like the you don't wanna serve people lunch center thing but i guess thousand people. Yeah but i would no not at wedding. That's like naptime. Sorry but yeah. They got married they kissed. Did we see it. We didn't see it. i think so. I thought it cut i tv issues where it cuts off like twenty seconds before the commercial break to give the commercial break and then it's like the next twenty seconds play and you're like oh shit other commercial. Yeah like i remember them kissing but they might pissed at the cake. But i don't think they showed the kiss of them on stage because then they interviewed everyone. About how magical the fucking kiss was. It was stupid stupid. Please let me know. I'm lying to you guys. I don't. i don't think. I think there were like it's private jessa. Why why do they put so much emphasis on the kiss kiss. I don't know it's probably the same reason that back in the day. They made they everybody off from the reception and listen to him. Bang that they knew. The marriage was consummated. I hate everything yeah. Do you think they did that for them. Though i think that Derek and jill. One hundred percent told them where they could go bang between the ceremony and reception. 'cause they're like yeah. We told them you know some some tests about kissing and then we told them about some plans to do after the ceremony. And i wouldn't think derek did is creepy and gulalai fucking bullshit. And i was like. Oh that literally makes me want to fucking die. I literally watched this part of this episode. Like an hour and a half ago or two hours ago now. So i'm still very very ties by derek thing like we're not gonna tell you what we fan. Okay well good. I don't want to hear it. i don't want to hear it at all. I know i feel like jilin. Derek are fucking kanki. I hate do because like five to get it to you. And i don't like big about it. No i don't even like to say the words kinky and derek in the same sentence but like he has something going on. He read fifty shades of grey too many times. Do you think he gets gaggy No no no. We're just going to say no. He's not allergic to her. He's not that we know of gotten worse. Since he's matt jill probably outside not just being goober on his video games allergic to duggar. God oh god. I didn't say this about the last episode. But when they go back to the dorm where he lived derek lived and there like he's like oh such good memories erased moms just like this is. The only time i visited here was when i told you your dad died. She's like. I was here what i told you that. God damn cindy. Read the read the room. We're having a good time. But come on and i love the derek. Just never even thought about the fact that it might be a little traumatic for his mom to go back to. Of course of course. Well women don't matter matter. They don't have feelings. Their feelings are invalid title for the doug is on twenty twenty women. Don't matter i mean it's true. Yeah all right. Let's go into the last episode which is honeymoon and courtship so in this episode. We go to ginger. Jeremy's honeymoon in australia. I wish i was in australia right now. Because i don't think they have covid anymore. They at least have people doing stuff. I think they had one case the other day. He came in from south africa. But that's fine. Yeah i would love one case. I know anyway so they do. All the stereotypical australia stuff. We got the boomerangs. We got the digital natives. We got the koala bears. We got the who s jillian accents. Of course of course. Nothing really exciting. I don't just them having sex. I'm sure oh god so much and it's gonna so much yes and then the other half of this episode. We meet austin forsyth. Who has he was. Actually he made a little cameo in the wedding episode. I noticed He is a fees bene- family friend of the duggar for a very long time and he comes from he comes from a weird family like a fundy family. But there's only two siblings but they're like they're like funding peppers they are they are and they. I think there's a lot of a lot of abuse and stuff and that family and it's not great so there's that But he comes. And of course has to ask jim bob. Permission to court joy. He has all the classic douglas skills. He's into the cars. He's into remodeling and flipping houses. He has a pilot's license. It's like jim bob's wet dream for a husband for his daughter. Yeah yeah to jim. Bob wants to be yes exactly. Mary tall of his daughters. Sorry but god. The scene where he tells Ginger that she looks so beautiful or address always is just tinged who. Jim bob is because like any other any other dad like me. Yes any other dad saying you look so beautiful like that's like proud of your child. Yeah like she's not a child anymore. Yeah no don't get the same vibes from jeb. unfortunately but So jim bob of course leads off and on but awesome ultimately says yes of course even court my daughter. You can do whatever you want with her. She is your property now. Pretty much take her. I don't want to have to pay for her food anymore. Exactly So after that later on Austin takes joy to a scenic overlook by her. How else a man asks her to court and she is so happy and says yes i would love to. She's nineteen i think at this point At the point of this episode. I think i was looking at up so Very young yeah. You just gotta marry him off quick before they can form their own thoughts and opinions for this boil bad apples ruin the whole bunch so yeah. That's the end of the season though. It ends on a on a positive note for for joy in austin and it means that we're gonna have season five. Let's the joy show exactly joy and join us. At least we get away from gingers. Crazy is and i mean. I'm sure we'll see them and pretentious. Jeremy but at least they're not the focus of this next season so yeah thank god. Thank god lord. I don't know they're all nuts. I mean it's nicer to get a change though. Oh yeah yeah. No enjoy doesn't have the personality like does the share number of personality that injure have yes exactly. She's just she's she's much more simple. Yeah she's is very much the what's her name. Lydia from plath bill yes yes exactly happy to be included poor. Lydia just want a friend. No joy toiling told you. She's so joyful she has to be. It's her name. Yeah i bet like even if she was like the most pessimistic person in the world. They'd be like well. She's full of joy. She's that's her name. Yeah yeah god. I'd be so pissed of my name was joy. Just 'cause like i am not full person. No and i mean like i can see if you have like a like. She's joy anna in like joy. Something like that seems less meant to be yali. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. I don't know. I hate the name joy to sorry to all is up there. But you screwed. My name is sad. My name is rage ish. Hi hi. I'm range i like. I like that ironic or not. Speaking of them. I probably should have said this at the beginning of the show. But congratulations to ginger and jeremy. They just welcome their second baby girl like a week ago. Evangeline joe wollo which the wollo flow of that kind of bothers me. But that's okay. Yeah is way better than spurgeon. That's all that matters. Yeah evangeline you can be a regular person you can be an annotated you can be an eva eva. Evi anything you want. Lena you can. Yeah it's fine. It's not purged burji or spurgeon cousin. Those are your options spurs delicious. Spur delicious definition. The school okay. Fresh okay so. I think that about wraps up this week's episode but we will be back next week with another episode. If you guys have any suggestions for things you'd like us to watch anything new. That's come out or if you want to go back and look at some older stuff like we're down to do whatever just send us an email at t literate at g mail dot com. We did have our first real email this week. Ooh our friend alison who asked about holly and ivy. 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#20 - Side Yard Hookups and The Case Of The Mystery Pooper

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#20 - Side Yard Hookups and The Case Of The Mystery Pooper

"Ramble mm you you really you're a real person recording i'd be like no i have hair emotions everything i'm a human and i come home and like some roommates at home i opened my bathroom door like someone destroy my back now you've got yourself a cookie go see young those responsible walking by shea and for whatever reason i know this sounds corny but for whatever reason i felt like i'm gonna know that do interesting i had denzel dressing i believe i believe miami dade high on it was haunted by demi levato is very much alive i'm really excited burp bourbon i don't wanna this is you're brands it's okay for road to what a late start this beautiful podcast we have welcome to another episode of the slush cast it this courtney hosting today with my boys shane top end damion i'm the second one damian i mean i'm so excited to do this with you guys today i'm to like just salon heights say has to yeah i woke up this morning in the forgot about it for the first part of my morning so i was like i 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and like facial harry men in this in this small staff richer i just loved how one mustache monday just for me well yeah that was the the joy when we have joe beretta around you know matt robyn ian both have beards i i say you needs to go mustache and soon i love as we'd be in a lot we need mustache and yeah i mean not not like handlebar moustache like he's done in the past like reverse hitler like just missing here in the middle diane mustache around but not under the nostrils a shame you could totally distracted a simple overlap the like but yeah i think he didn't do it i see that blonde it's salt and pepper eat like you could see it right yeah yeah no i just don't know every time i've done it i'm like it's not visible enough it's kinda just like oh it's just it just did you get a tan right there on day guys okay mustache one day i'll do it to notice tinder four hotdogs gets ten thousand line will do yeah that's right i said jay ladies and gentlemen tender out down how you wearing i'm wearing i'm wearing the tender out doug shirt you still get it you get it you will feel powerful you will be stronger you will run faster you'll have eight of them i don't come legally we could make those kinds of prominent you everything better and look down then he's wearing the hat he's he's wearing a small chat emerging in i got to bedford is going on these small your thursday will be so much more quenched by eight smash water bottle non i don't think you could say any yes it will be more quenched then if you drink water it's not a good my roommate was listening that video last night and i just came downstairs hearing like oh yeah my roommate home video ben hasn't been mark it's great off and those the view the don't know my roommate is mark rob also known as matt rob are buses little brother and they look exactly the say look the same speech patterns of the same mark is eighty a certified we like myself so you're talking about video games and like we watched the my hero academia movie last night 'em yeah we it's good he's a coming from matt rob's place like they're big on family family's important to them so when we moved in together he's like you know i you know i'm i'm reclusive like i stay in my room even though if the apartment as i am and i met he is too so he was like you know the only thing i ask is that once a week we have some form of like family time where they make dinner together or we watch a movie or something like that at the park like kind of the park and i'm the kite hike catching the ball but you know i like it alive feels good feels like you know i don't have a lot of connections gonna hold onto necessarily so it's important to have that in the home space literally yeah that's really sweet i had no idea that that he did that something really nice he's a good i've always like mark yeah he has a very like me type humor she is a mean he literally is me lord yeah he he i think he is one of the first like mean arts in are off he was he was making names were the most games instagram for a while or rosen yeah he's taken a pretty big part in this match games content on that robert now the originator of month that's right off camera say yeah and then it became a shame thing when well what happened was we were i think it's in the footage of the of the mari craft is you hear off camera 'cause i'm trying to help with words i'm like what's the word for this an off camera mark rob just yells monge and i i start laughing and i'm like great and i just start using it a ton of voice that's off camera that you here is mark robins song come full circle yup that's great i'm having roommates i'm not gonna lie yeah yeah i feel like i for a lot i like living alone but after we had like some off party over the weekend the small summer party this mosh summer pot yeah this is a final night and like seeing are crews house was so sick and like that's how my previous roommates that's how we wanted are placed pillow komi other but like we're all like to pour in like couldn't make it happen and it is also three guys the first time moving away from home and old boys i love you but mama ferry he is gone the dishes don't disappear anymore also shame on you if you already major mom do all the dishes yeah some white kids dude coming from a lot of siblings we all had those tours like doing my favorite chore growing up is sweeping and doing the floor so i and i was the only one really doing that for the most part of the department oh snap you hear the apartment well a lot of people forget that need to be cleaned and i'm like floors it's also a tough thing with roommates 'cause i feel like i love alone and i have for most of my life and i will go through phases where i'm bad at doing the dishes or whatever or taking out the trash and you go in and out of those but when you leave with roommates you really notice when you're roommates going through that phase you're unaware of when your going through that phase yeah 'em so that could be tough there's less pressure because you know if your okay with it yeah then worry about like you know bargain and i mean roommates last night there were a ton of dishes piled up and i was like hey what's the deal with the dishwasher he's like oh it's full i'll do it later and i was like great soon as you do that i'll do the dishes and put the men in reloaded great so as long as there is open communication it's fine if there wasn't that it would be an issue i i think when when damian i love together what's what's tough is when you have more than three roommate becomes impossible and place blame in staten we sometimes we had we filter through a lot of roommates in that year at their yeah it was a total how many people overall florida time right it was for the four of us just start then one of her roommate's left out of town and moved out and so we had another girl but i knew from college a little bit us then another roommate of mine that was a friend who college 'em left for awhile and had eight couple a and then they left he came back and then his boyfriend moved in and so and that was that was tricky for me because living with a couple is very difficult so we have two two different couples to defend those times look i'll throw shade 'cause i don't know them that well sometimes we weren't aware it was gonna be a couple i wasn't aware there are gonna be accountable i and so suddenly i think i think the second time he asked my permission he's like would you be comfortable friend move data knows like let me think about that and then as ryan second time was with a little bit more known the first time i did not i didn't know and i was like what is this a and yet there's a lot of a lot of cars in her driveway i would sometimes be a thing you'd get up get up six in the morning i back well gotta wake up three people get out and get out and that would happen sometimes yeah it was a thing just there oh yeah they ruined the pan of mine 'cause they scrubbed steel wool and on the bottom of rats i had to like my dad actional friend and i knew it i was like hey man like the friend who had moving they just destroyed a lot of my like cookware and i don't really know how to bring it they were messy they were member recall we delightfully in lovingly called him a they were couple of the dirty hit moved in i pretty quickly was like they're kind of dirty and damian giving the benefit of doubt he was like no man they're they're great like they're good people like you know i think they're just getting used to it maybe there's like adjusting whatever and then like cut to two months later deeming just like oh my god all the gross story oh yeah i mean i i got a face full of the gross story a way there's several you have a girl you're the worst one i have a different gross story all right you go first so this is really rough yonkers they'll skipped for like a minute and from the half grossly yeah so i just opened the door one day to the bathroom that we shared a there were two bathrooms one with me in this couple in the first couple of the hippie one 'em not the ones that accident i open up the door and i'm just hate with this on godly smell and i realize 'em the girl in the couple was a on her period oh she had taken out eight tampon in wrapped in a toilet paper roll a to be like i'll deal with this later left it on the counter and wasn't running the fan was running be he is a full day of hot air cooked peer for fake just like like oh my that is not cool man it was not particularly hygenic that is that it was a she must have been sell embarrassed fighting thanks i don't they threw it away and although i can't stress like they seemed like people that didn't care that feeling that they're ready nice to like they were ninety lee nice look i i have relatives who are like this people who just are bothered by messy nece at all so their their apartments will be messy their homes will be super messy and it doesn't bother them that's fine but when he lives with roommates that gets really tough 'cause i'm super bothered by that like living alone i i can't handle disorganization i can't handle like if a piece of food dude is just on a on a counter i'm like i gotta get that gross at slimy engrossing will start smell unless it's bananas unless it's been in and out of all over the place a so my gross story was after they moved out they a they were really bad they would leave food all over the place say like are fringe was gross when they were there 'cause they would just leave on open food all of it and like not not throwing things away but after they it was like a month after they after they moved out knows like our like thank god they're gone like nice people but god i'm so like narrative it's nice people not government rights we were getting a lot of fruit flies and i was like what is up with this unlike were cleaning unlike an end we're all us all being roommates we all had are specific cupboards like shelves that were are so we knew clean those take care of those and working so many fruit flies i'm like where are these coming from they're not confirm the fridge there's no food out on the counter that i see eventually one night i look at it at eight covered that i'm like who's covered is that none of us have been using that real while so i go and i open it and i'm talking like hey horror movie just eight swarm of fruitful winnie the pooh lyle are allowed him lack realize out and i think i think damian probably heard from his room me just going and he comes the kitchen is like what you live in what they left to his like i i honestly we don't know some areas a literal blacks sludge in one yeah and the shape of a fruit or anything anymore it was just black and they are as high up in one of the shelves of the cupboard so we just didn't see it and somehow didn't smell it and it just rotted and i'm it was awful a weed through away and then set up a ton of fruit fly traps and just had just a no so this brings us all back to the original point courtney you miss having roommate i think if i were to go back into the roommate gang game it has to be in a house oh like the crew did and as we like people that i know and i don't want people that are moving out of their mommies house for the first yeah so no sorry you're out of the race it forever become roommates still earlier mommy a but yeah that's awful i never got bad like that firming well and also for the crew living together they're all little bit older and just you know like i look back on what i was even like when we were still roommates whatever and i was twenty two twenty three yeah i mean i've i am much more organized and clean now then i was yeah i mean that's just the fact of the matter i think yeah i had a mystery pooper though so when i first moved and i are play so it's like guys sorry like i need the master because i need my bedroom connection my bathroom like i'm the only girl in the house and so you know i like to walk from between my bathroom my bedroom door closed on yet though like sorry that's just the way it is i have to now i i just i and i said i will pay more for himself but so i had my own bathroom and i had a squatty potty a nice one it is to this day i still have it it's like a nice wouldn't one squatty potty guys get him there they help you with their poops and they're very comfortable i don't need hope above my toilet upside down if you just want to stay the spans in air i hang out her back from a guy who might just drilled down my bag only naturally guy how we were just guys it's it's new age medicine now you read your body of talks i do a pull up and then i kissed a little essential oil right it's like what squatty potty isn't even seventies seventies no i just wanna make squatty potty sound old okay so i had a guy hardy an at this is a commodity you know some people commode come a a so sometimes like after a day of being away i leave my apartment's clean spelling normal then i come home and like some roommates are home i open my bathroom door and it's like someone destroyed my bathroom while i win the way who's been severed once a ha and i would i would we had a group chat and i'd be like hey guys please ask me before you enter my space and news my bathroom like mooney in the bathroom go for it but like i feel uncomfortable go through my open my door that shot goal new my bedroom into the bathroom and not totally totally so like they would all be totally lawyer do unless there's some in the middle landlords you know they fly should've just smell awful or like clearly thinker moved around you got yourself a puppy goes he goes goes the worst ones and then it got to the point where like two of the roommate till like dude i seriously don't know what the hell's going on one of them had their own bathroom as well like they're attached to a bathroom there is no reason from going mine there were three total bathroom shows to those i got a one that was connected to other bedroom drew man connected to the kitchen what probably happened is one of them was using it any other one had to take a just massive dump it was like i got a i you know what i gotta enter the layer now dumpers got dumped gotta dump but it got to the point where i was like finding evidence which true made it was like a specific kind of civic kind of herring like i know which roommate only one god will only herring cars like corona not i've seen traci fuses was no it was they had very distinct hairstyles so i very obvious and just like it never it never got dressed man that sucks yeah there's literally nothing better than i think the the number one perk of living alone is taking dumps in your home alone is the greatest thing all time door open oh no see i i love full on security like i wish i had a compound like area fifty one where i'm like well i gotta use the bathroom i go there's an elevator down a little bit like good things are so you in a month and elevator down to the core of the earth say airtight sell like nothing's getting in there no nukes could not affect this place and there is a single toilet and i canoes that guy they're lying to you oh it's up what is your ideal bathroom like what like what would you keeping their in that bathroom in the core of the earth that if you die you'd probably be lost m you know probably some a some nice essential oils like you know like some some nice sense since candler to a one of those like old school like bathtubs that are kind of like stood out in the open not attached to a long while the club after yeah it is one of those just right next one i would never use it but it's just there for decoration inside of it is harpist yeah no doubt that ruined the vibe and had it'd be a robot heart harpist 'cause i can't about human worse can have a human puts implied and yet somehow if i had a cat that cat would still find its way to the doorway of that cell going going underneath rubbing up against my legs when i'm taking the duke and i don't think cats just despise when you close the door and take take a dump they're like no you're you're doing what you're doing in there it's weird ashley 'cause i was helping someone who knew like gotten a cat and it's like actually good the put their litter boxes and more social places like instead of hiding it away a so i wanna be like why are you hiding a boot you she loved the show if you wanna look for the fall yet to drop real do and for the party yes i had a god anyways you did did you have a bathroom connection the guest house when you know when i looked at me and i lived in his back how sorry that was really not meant to just call it a sunroom room attached to a garage that's really what it was that the men on a cement walls terracotta floor you're back wall was the neighbors fence yeah my column gate in the back wall was de cement wall that other side was another the prisons backyard also another wall was just a the wall through the garage and it had a window into the garage even though it'd be pitch black at night sunlight i an extension cord through so you could with our super useful in setting up because it really wasn't meant to be lifted had one outlet in order to try and figure out but i put my wardrobe up against that window even though late at night like i'd be sleeping and i would see the lights go out if you were doing laundry a who is not ideal and that that that garages also just kinda creepy 'cause they're just dirty in like weird yeah found the at a stray cat kitten mayor wants that we had a bunch of a bunch of stray cats made a family a stray cats in her backyard and they would shell on my son ruffalo the time us i wake up and just see a couple of like laying on it speaking of a laying around you're guest house you had an interesting thing it oh yeah a story so yeah i i the guest house had a sliding glass door door in a which when i first moved and didn't have curtains or anything so just kind of like here i am here's my whole room so i put up curtains but they were kind of like i could see shadows moving back and forth on the other side of it and you know people would go in and out a weed and user front door locks so i think it was kind of broken right posit as the front or right or was broken so you had used the back door so he would enter and exit to the back door and a so i got very used to that and a one one day i'm at home and all of a sudden i see a couple figures walk past and i'm like who is that and they just go to my are back here but they're walking slowly and i'm like what he has had a middle of the day why middle of dad's wanna say two or three o'clock pm a day means not home at i'm home and one of our other roommates is home and she was inside the main house so i i kinda like look out one of my windows and i see it's just two teenagers a clearly like a couple a like i don't know how old i'm assuming teenagers they looked like teenagers majors and they're kind of like walking around and i'm like what the hell are they doing trespassing in her backyard and they go around the corner to the other side where it's just like the side and yes i side yard and whatever and they walked back there and i'm like what are they doing back there and suddenly i see his feet lang lang and i'm like all right i don't know what they're doing i i become like an old man here i'm like one of these teams texted me i texted damian and i as they were walking back i send a photo just these people are backyard and there are people in her backyard i don't know what they're doing here they didn't do anything because i opened up my son got store i run into the house shut shut the door kind of hearts then i'm like they'll hear that i talked about other man like there are some teams in her backyard there are teams in our backyard they're up did miss schiff and she kind of walks out were in the kitchen and words like she like what is he doing i'm like i don't know what and all of a sudden they come back around and they're just in the background and they're kind of looking through a window they probably thought just looking at them and they just slowly make their way back and just my and i'm like yeah whatever i don't know if they're they're china like they were trying to find a nice secluded spot a make will be forty sounding like why folks whatever 'cause i'm assuming like they probably liv on the street with their families so they have no privacy or whatever and so they thought let's you know what you know the best ways fine privacy someone else's backyard were there several cars in the driveway tons of like obviously people are home and i'm like what are you thinking they're lucky like i'm like there's a lot of crazy people that lift on that street unlike if you and i hairs oriole person who's like get off my property i've gone back to that and that happens like they're they're crazy people who are who are excited about the idea of someone entering the guy unlike the lucky lucky that i was like just leave please i'm glad i don't have to confront them i'm glad they just left i can't believe it in the middle of the day it was a lot of it made no sense and you mean like literally like young teens are like like no seventeen yeah problem or like that they could have been twenty for all i know like they i had no idea but he looked like a young skater dude and his skater girlfriend like that's what they look like sick sick did it was one of the weirdest instances there and we also had a yeah i was also wasn't sure if it would be we had a neighbor who is the elderly man who had a little bit of dementia i think he was suffering some kind of venture are property is well like bringing are trash cans whatever he was he was really sweet guy but but so i was used i wasn't like i was kinda used to that idea of so there might be who a number of people a wild yeah i i like weird that's scary man i like living alone i think the one thing that other than the fact you don't roommates around jalen ramsey approving a toilet this this fear factor in the like 'cause i when i had jane go there was one time when someone like entered my little yard area and like that scared out of me like middle of the night i woke up the jingle growl in which he always does the kill just hearing noise and he'll grow a little bit like calm down got sleep but like i don't come down too much because i actually like like that behavior like i was very lucky they have to be really good watchdog but one night he's really growing and i heard a gate open and i couldn't tell if it was minor the person next to me but then next thing you know i hear my my motion detecting camera go off like on my phone seconds after my dog detected the person i look at the video and this man like busted through i think any looked like he was drunk but i couldn't tell if she noticed the camera and ran away or like didn't even mean to push my door open but at the time the gate it was like really hard to open like i had to adjust it and fix it to make it easier so i think it took a little bit of work for him to get that thing open i was terrified luckily the neighbor above me a texter like hey what's going on and she sent her like gladiator peter giant boyfriend out so he closed my gave me an even walked around i called the police and reporter that and as i have the radio but like that stuff freaks me the hell out and like if i did or didn't have the roommate attacks like i don't i wouldn't have been i didn't sleep very good that night anyway that's scary i do like that and that's why it's cool like that group thinks he's on my whole life so that's what's nice about living that is a perk also living in an apartment complex yeah like there are people who are generally in the room next to you who will hear stuff like i love in a very busy apartment complex and they're constantly people right like walking past like you're never gonna get a chance tillack there will be people around my landlord lives in the room next to mine which the only park today a planet next she lives in there where she's yeah she's often any apartment like which usually sucks because it's just like i like i can't make too much noise probably yeah she's often like out in about so she would see anything slashes had some weird kind of have any other day that you're all my god yeah i do think i mentioned this to you so i was 'em i would streaming on saturday and then when i finally finished up i looked at my phone and i had like a bunch of miss texts and calls from my roommate and it was only like fifteen minutes before the end of my stream so i just miss it but it was all like hey man allergic to come down here hey dude super jack iphone do cops her here and it was like well and so apparently be a lady that lives next me who's a little older and you know i only met her cause i moved in pretty recently so i only met her once or twice she had just gotten out of the hospital apparently she passed away and had been there for quite some time which is you know there's dining alone is incredibly sad but for like no one to notice for a long time that released sucks and so they want it to talk to me because i had seen an ambulance outside of are place leaving her area like a few weeks back i honestly thought she passed away then i even told me about that yeah you go i remember it was a few weeks ago you were like i think my neighbor passed away and it's like oh sorry i thought happened so i came came home from work right and i see in a firefighter a slash paramedic come out of her place and i like not and smile and he sort of gives a look like you know all i'm not an slaves and then another guy comes out nine not and smile and he does the same kind of like grim look and so i thought she passed ben buffer heard i guess she passed after that and so whatever by the way it was just it kinda screwed me up all weekend because one idea of it is very sad but to like this very thin wall you know separating a person decaying for like a week two weeks i don't know but it was just like ooh i am yeah gary prized if she was having like recurring things like that that she wasn't in hospice or a well she had like a lot of helpers like i often see people leaving her place who looked like they just made like a delivery and she's like all right thank you very much thank you goodbye and so i like can you deliver this and also helped me reach this lightbulb come yeah yeah yeah there's like hospice type stuff some will come by for a few hours a day it happens a lot and you know with the elderly people who leave alone i mean it just it just happens man i mean i i certainly hope you know she she might have just passed away in her sleep or something like that i also wanna talk to me in roomy mark because they were saying like yeah we have to make sure it's not a murder and i'm like oh my god leaving she maybe she i think it was probably a slip and falls i guess i don't know anything about and then you yeah we're at a you know a bill it's so crazy like when it's real like you hear about it or see it in movies like oh this thing but then when it's real it's like yeah not the same at all it happens all the time i've read i honestly it's weird because in these past couple weeks i've read several stories about where it's much worse where it looks like people free years are you mentioned there is one some story i read i don't have the link or anything but i think it happened in sweden eight elderly woman it was like ten years in in her place in some like she had automatic payments set up for everything so no bills like racked up and a somehow the smell or whatever didn't you know in around oh you it is it is really sad though that you know for the elderly people who maybe they just don't have family or whatever that sucks up there just eating away at her funds to like as weird well yeah because that means she those payments shouldn't have been a thing yeah yeah it's tough man it's so tough is watching black near inner afterlife you know i think also there's a lot of my my grandmother was you know she lived alone up until the very end unlike a lot of a lot of people are just very proud end and they don't wanna go living a homer whenever they wanna look look by themselves but at that age anything can happen i mean it's just sucks but sorry to make this a downer had no end line we're i i will say it also reminds me forever ago and i've thought about it myself to cause i'm always like if i in my apartment by myself if i ever starts choking my immediate thing before i even tried to ride it out i sound like i'm gonna open up my front door dominic at leave the front door open and then i'm like if i choke whatever and then people like you should have a little metal pipe buyer doors but you could go out to like a gator something could be like getting naming in like really yeah i just had a bell my own way when they would avoid getting buried alive hotel like kevin that's the thing that people would have the bell i wonder if it was affective i i don't think i don't think you properly suffocate no i think their stories is really a a well hey god that would be the worst oh my god dude you know hey that's a very lively skeleton even be jam or have you ever lived alone damian i have my first ever bachelor pad after she and i were on disney 'em i loved alone who's looking back the prices nine years ago i was just like i pay bad for my own firemen with laundry like oh man i miss those days a great apartment i really enjoyed it i became to reclusive because that's my natural state and i think that's why it's good for me to leave with people like i realized other than like recordings voice over auditions that's good that's right when i started that out i would go like literal days without talking to or seeing another human being and i was like ooh i like this too much i need to not do this from my health probably yeah dang it is a great apartment i would never have left a except for you know i want it delivers roommates again that's when i moved into the house with shannon mother buddies end of routes often grew into the pipe system so sometimes it would backup and me being in the bottom floor i often had poop tornadoes come out of my time no and i was like i ended up clean it up myself 'cause i'm like i'm not gonna hire some poor old lady it'd be like hey can you come on by including the crash on orange none of it's my it's not my stomach poop i know my it's not my i lost so my poop seven smell like that and i just remember the smell and i know a guy with nice though were talking like all black stone countertops in blackstone floor and advertise molding great how long have you guys list together about a year year a little longer right like a like maybe a month or two longer i think at that time that's when i started dating an ex girlfriend in a i ended up spending most of time at her place as those things go so we're still roommates were a big chunk of it but i would only check in once every couple of weeks and be like yeah i love you know yeah you were elected changed things connected the place you go like when you had got it about then you have to leave i'd have to open up my sledding if if it was in the middle of the night i would have to open up my sliding glass door take walk out like past like kinda just a a some steps to the back door unlock lock it get inside then use the bathroom then good backout lock lock the door go back open up my saying that store and then you ever just like just like holy fuck it sometimes i mean yet it sucked man it it really is probably the worst part about it is raining it never read there is a little awning over be a father but we'll her driveway this was during be a fifty year drought that we were in some rain not problem yeah that that was probably the toughest part and and also during summer sun would go through the sun roof heat up that rooms cement and terracotta and it would be i i think it was around in the nineties he's in my room behind has affects 'cause it was agreeing with the greenhouse and it was so hot that i would be dripping sweat in the middle of the night and hope it was really off and then the winter it would be the opposite where it'd be like fifty degrees in that room and i would wake up and just immediately tougher blanket around and just like watching tv in a verb like it sounds nice it made me really honestly before that i i lived in the apartment with great ac and everything ended become a very sensitive to the temperatures are that after that i could handle anything i still don't use my ac that often wow i just like i can handle yeah handle it would i did love though i'm just getting a lot of sense memories right now there's something about your room the way it was set up like you've always taking great care of your space right like if you have any extra money you're like i wanna leave in a good organized space where i wanna buy some closed it made me feel good about myself so anyway going into your room i remember the smell like that wardrobe that you bought that was pine and so it was like a nice pine smell with the heat mixed with the fabric of like a new sofa things like that and i just i dunno i really loved being in that space visit when when the temperature was nice ashley i felt really proud of the room because i'd made was essentially non livable space little and that was cool i mean there's a lot of things that did soccer i get a lot of like daddy long legs spiders in their friendly friendly but they're just so creepy look at what i'm trying to sleep the thought of one crawling across my face was not cool a damn in your room was really cool a i liked him a lot i liked it a lot to it was a it was the master bank you and i you know because i'm a reclusive person if my room functions as like a studio apartment on happy and i also worked out of their word customer support at the time so i had my computer set up which i built it was so bad i had a a a couch out mtv almost like a separate seating area in because everything is a very square layout you could fit everything so i really liked that space i didn't like the walls were so then you could hear everything all the time forever say that was nicer me living out any that was a benefit fit separated so i felt like i had privacy in that weird way but i would wake up some mornings and i would hear damian doing customer support already like super early mornings five thirty in the morning or would it be six it would be like six or seven i think yeah but pretty pretty early especially if i had voiceover get done first 'em and i i tried i did a little game with myself like i don't think i could say the company i worked for 'cause i don't wanna get away like try to whatever sort of like pop up and so so i would try to make my voice sound not necessarily robotic but like a recording engineer it would really disarmed people so that when they figured out a real person they'd be like oh i forgot but i was pissed off thank you for calling baba but customer support my name's damian how can i help you today maybe like a great another recordings i'm like nope i'm a real person i promise you asked me you you really you're a real person recording i'd be like no i have hair emotions everything i'm a human you really say that i would say that all the time i have hair emotions everything motion that is really what makes me person not a robot hot customer timur support rating in the whole thing really cool i don't think they do 'cause i almost got fired from a job because my i was a so when i first started there they were super bad incredible to see see that so when i first started there they were super like you know what we do customer support differently we wanna be the place like fix it no matter what so if someone needs like a refund great if somebody needs a couple of free this great like whatever you do make the make them happy we wanna keep that reputation and it great and then slowly but surely that became like all right guys were corporation and we need more numbers better numbers bigger numbers do it faster do it better so i was still in the mindset of like i wanna help people like people would call in and be like you know hi i'm wheelchair bound i can't move anything but my neck i will be using voiced his speech to type in things today and i can't get out of my account that call might take me in our strategy that person into their account and i'm gonna do that so my numbers start at the window when it was like hey you didn't answer sixteen emails this hour and you're like that's correct i was hoping a disabled man like wow that's great and everything but you gotta i'm gonna keep doing this i will try my best to do what you guys want but i was hired with the mindset of like let's help people that's what makes me enjoy this job so do i ended i quit in the in my a direct supervisor is like i'm glad you came to this decision on your own well i was like yeah well piece so he saying yeah i am i remember one time somehow you you hurt your neck at one point so i remember you doing you had like that one of those like oh you know things like you were doing like this statue colleagues combo that money's damian how can i help you today hair and she's so funny though waking up sometimes it like six in the morning like getting ready to go to the gym or whatever and just hearing the state like so many damian from wherever his buddy likely would immediately get off the clock and immediately charge a dark souls to or something like that after we'd be like all right it's game time i go from morgan stanley exact same chair i was so happy how long bathroom breaks a yeah it was great that house like looking back there's so many stories just i have some photos of my room and i really yeah it doesn't look bad 'cause what made it tough was not how it looked what made it tough was just literally like what it was made of elements yeah what it was but but it looked it looked okay it but a of the actual house i don't think i have any but i'm sure you do i i don't while i did a i think the daily moved in i was very a again i was having stomach problems i i don't know if i'm sure i've mentioned this before but i battled like major stomach issues for a long time and atlanta had trouble eating sometimes would be like a mayor to until i could do that again so i like we moved in i hadn't seen in a long time and those very out of it so i was just moving my car for whatever reason i took out this like a brick structure leading to one of our staircases and it's like well great first day they go security deposit oh picture this so i got i got a picture that oh my god what a bummer i've messed up a couple of security deposit i still get them back the place but the guys the roommate one was fine but janko chewed up the doors oh current one end the one i was living in previously the one i hated and just like a little so small you would therefore around fifteen minutes yeah no i think i was there for like three months ago did work yeah i i try to fix it myself i used it i used that paste the kind of like shaping i send it back down by never repainted it white but yeah so the deposit back in more because they were they were actually plan is terrible they they lied about what my rant was that a lot of things it's great lady no i don't think we could say the name deli in l a's that plays is known for being a but i was a teenager when i first moved out here it was an infamous place you probably can go so if you're in a way you know yeah yeah if you more money okay yeah so well first of all the people listening or watching you're getting an apartment fun ones that are more like mom and pop vibes of of of ownership shipper management sometimes that's better than a corporation because it's not as right off route ones you know you're rent is probably gonna get raised by at least a hundred bucks every year yeah but experience these people they they they said in an e mail an on the tour they said what my rent was gonna be and then when i started making those payments online and start seeing like the base rentals like a hundred dollars more than what they said and normally like first of all they never responded emails ever like until i'm like they were super quick when i was getting in the process of moving in overnight we were yeah once i was in there it was like you'd never get a response and i had one specific person that i would always try and keep my were consistent with like okay i always talk to this guy and i would call the office and be like hey i sent you an email and you'd be like yeah what's up mike reid the email right now unlike he would in like a lot of times if it wasn't like i was lucky that the in the email they said that my role is gonna be lower than what they were charging me otherwise it would be like well sorry you agreed to it under contract so you have to pay that they also on the tour where like oh yeah no security is great here we're gonna keep you super say all day knows what he gets in everyone gets and do all that to say is like oh i'm in newburgh and then they don't even check any credentials like nothing they just let you in and like when i i went back in my contract in in your contract that says like we did not tell you that we could keep you safe from anything we are we are we have no responsibility over you're security we did not tell you that we could keep me safe here like literally protecting their own people like that 'em in super fanatics that's very small says we have tremors don't worry about it think about what jay boombox on the ground haven't tremors in a long time that is a perfect time tremors reference tremors is in austin movie about giant monster worms that liv underground guy sounding will eat anything to is better just so everyone which is the one with chuck norris is that there's chuck norris my completely making that up is that a weird childhood memory where like i i made something up 'cause i've seen maybe i am i am making of kevin bacon in the first tremors i saw three earlier today the chuck norris lives in one of them but i'm i think i'm completely wrong i think that's my memory yeah you sound when i was like six watching a movie making things up i saw tweet the other day that was like they got it while you're jammed i mean why wouldn't that i saw tweeted yesterday that was like a was surreal animated movie or just a childhood fever dream starter kit i saw that once upon a forest back we're back a dinosaur story in rodney danger not rodney dangerfield rover dangerfield so chuck norris is not in them but there is an assistant editor named charles north to the tremors five you're heavy assistant editor i oh this is changing the subject kinda but i remember watching tremors staying with my grandparents in florida i would stay with them for like a month or so in the numbers and as a kid when i was like seven twelve years old and back then you know there wasn't netflix there wasn't it back in my day a soda end up watching so many weird random movies and one time i was watching it chuck norris movie with my grandpa and they comes part in this movie it some cheese each easy like random chuck norris movie where like chuck norris and this other guy i have like each other at a standoff the both of the guns pointed at each other and they both dropped their guns and like lift up their hands and they start you know roundhouse kicks whatever and my grandpa like in all ernest just just goes now see they dropped their guns because they wanna they wanna test each other's kung fu abilities and then there's like he would just pc teaching moment after saying see what they're doing is grandson is they're dropping their guns 'cause they need a test each other income that knows will shoot kwan where these other guys like shallan conclusion legitimately breaking taking down at chuck norris movie is obviously very cute adorable that's a good morning yeah isn't very funny my grandpa used it is and he's a pirate dvd's in given to us by that stat kelly my grandpa could never my grandpa's the most honorable man he could not breaking the law he's not like a dirty rogue like you download the movie the cutout inappropriate parts and then given to us and even even like somehow gal now cover the dvd on the dead cow or adorable bats recover movie so they'd have happy endings yeah like they're all friends but it's just dancing from i don't think i saw the sex scene in titanic until it's like thirteen while a cause i don't think i knew like when maryetta had 'cause titanic was so long if you got it on vhs into tate right yeah so you'd have to take out the first onto the next one am and i'm like what miss i miss that that sort of stuff the same with video games to their yeah and where you'd have to take out the first game got chills thinking of abbas you fighting seven found fancy seven in there like please introduce to and i'm like oh he's my sister's game so i could only get so far and then when i finally made it to this to like we killed heiress no put it just to half the cut that out there doing the remake so many you know you don't know that by now you're not a true gamer a lot of people out there are fair i heard it would you know gamer i'm not true game which is up office you better worse yo i haven't had a single final fantasy lots and lots and lots of star wars buddy the same like they would have been squall pitas required which ones best obviously cloud shame been very fun okay let's guys thank you for joining us response or a gamer cast is not happening marquez jay black panther was rams from final fantasy tactics by the way like final fantasy that's like the enemy of video games in a row and there's more more intimating that like the tail series yeah and that's that's the first rb g i ever played tells us some phony tonio baby that that shit changed my life as a great game in frank yeah kevin knows i'm talking about is nodding editor yeah it's great game really really cool 'cause you're trying to save the planet you're trying to bring back like like happiness and joy to you're you're world and halfway through the game you realise by doing so courtney's yawning but listen listen up how that game you realize by bringing light at everything back to your world you're sucking it out of a parallel like dimension so yeah it was funny is back on the days of shannon i being on so random my dressing room is the one where we set up some game systems so we could actually i used to be i don't know why wasn't reclusive back then but this at that point i was like everyone coming out so we play tells some phony together and it only took like warner to boss fights where like i remember watching something happened i'm like there looks like there is a shadow in that portal like there's so many other side were doing bad stuff right now are we were gonna end up being the bad guys were doing the bad thing in my ten what you had your dressing room yeah we all did yeah we'll address so clever they like how big rig they're pretty decent so i thought i had it through i had denzel dressing room i believe i believe miami it was haunted by demi levato is very much a if they were very cool it is a sweet set up god i remember one time playing dug a player cassie doug brochure it's super smash brothers and i just i was on winning streak and he got so mad he slammed his feet down so hard that everyone in the entire hallway of of dressing rooms heard and like some people came to our rooms like is everything okay so into a chicken some artists don't even worry about and i would save every sort of saving every script and we would go through four different scripts every week and cause we'd have several like writers drafts production drafts whatever and final draft and by the end of my stance on on so random that stack was like six feet tall and lots of paper and that wasn't all of that was just from when i started which is like halfway through i wish i still had those i don't believe i have no i have a couple of script i kept a lot of times i have a script from my guests are on i carly a every guest forever did i kept the script i kept the script from indie film i did in two thousand eight random one's a yeah i did that for my like cartoon i do it through voice over stuff like my cartoon network stuff like a lot of downtime time when you guys were on oh yeah yeah i remember it was one of our final weeks on so random and we were we meet damian in matthew scott watch the final episode of oprah remember that one of our final news roundup and so we final episode of oprah wow end a yeah remember that that was kind of a very sad moment 'cause there's like my whole presenting everything's so yeah neal is gonna be the file like we knew the season was ending and i mean some of us we all had different hopes of if the show and get renewed or not i had a feeling that it wasn't i wasn't very like pessimistic about it i think you were you i would very helpful because here's the thing about it did me shows usually go three of four seasons because that's enough that a generation generation grows up what that show loving that show then they get their age out of it and then the show is done by the time age out of it also like you know you make more money each year with their contract so they don't always let things go too far it's it's a smart money making move for disney tv are show was a spin off of demi levato show it was a chance and it became lab that showed exact but like after for five years you wouldn't have prominent into a right so like it was a spin off where they took the sketch show that was within that show and made it something called so random but contractually it was not a new thing it will be fourth year yeah sunny with a chance and you had a lot of those actors who have been there for all four years so it is kind of run its course and on top of that part of their business model at least as i understand it is if you look like something something like bella thorne show a shake it up kicking it or something like that they sell the lunch boxes they have the ballot foreign clothing line at walmart they have all the you don't get to do that with the sketch show yeah so they make the math yeah i think probably one of the weirdest things in my life has been when i joined smash and just hearing all the same exact things being said about me that i had heard years prior on so ran doting which is i hate all these new people a better when demi was on and now then it became a i hate when smash that it all these new people and then it was better when anthony was on and i'm just like you are that act situation hardman it's so it's people just don't people just resistant to change i think but it's necessary and there's no option like with so random there is no choice like that's that's just what yeah both parties wanted well let's see this first encounter with each other i know the exact moment 'em up sorry tables chairs or shane it already been on the chauffeur a weaker so by the time i joined they were adding people very slowly and so i remember getting on the set and not knowing exactly where it's going but walking by shane and for whatever reason i know this sounds corny but for whatever reason i felt like i'm gonna know that dude oh interesting and so yeah then i went up to the table reason he was there we introduce themselves and they know i remember i remember yeah it was the taylor either i really liked saw him and i was nervous at first because i'd done one episode and they brought me on firm one episode and i assumed 'cause there's like two or three other new people on top of this new cast so i was like oh cool like were the new cast it they're adding and then i was like i'm doing a good job like i felt pretty good about how did that episode the next week icy damian and i go oh god i did a terrible job and they're replacing my view it with you i also like a guy like i would have thought a rap like whatever and then you know you're in the taylor you're crushing it 'cause you had like they all kind of like took character's some some characters that we kind of done in are auditions whatever so you had like a five what was it that you did was it a character that the one thing i didn't a table rebate all wrote for me it wasn't anything already saying well this is the one that you did first it was like the big something kid in in school dombi man or lockwood tallow all up through television one call off brutalities a fake foreign exchange student right yeah and then i kind of the same thing happened the following week which is when are friend matthew scott joined i thought he joined before mid he thought it was you and matthew scott and then i came on were you the third week i think so then i am getting things mixed up 'cause both times then i was like oh god this person's replaced oh he's got was after 'cause i thought i thought the same thing of like he's funny as it's how he just has a presence about him and he did this character that did become a huge hit on the show if i had known like and i eventually realized after like week for those were all just staying on the thought well here's the problem they they brought us on his guest stars right and so the way things organized tv if you're like a a main you know cast member then you're there you're pretty much there every week if you're a coast star it's like a guest situation in that sort of thing yeah there were like hey we're gonna bring you on for like two three weeks at a time and then you know nothing else and be like great so we would do those two weeks and be like i dunno and then they'd be like oh yeah we're gonna bring you on for a couple more and it'd be like oh great finally more work that's awesome and so it wasn't until pretty much near the end of it but i was like oh were doing a full season of the show people ask like what was it like getting the news that you were on this show and i'm like i never got that news i literally thought like okay cool one more week of work yeah one let us know every week if we were on the next episode and said hey we all messed we all they would all make sure that we missed one episode each so they keep us is guest stars is validated that is why because i can't be a regular i don't i don't think but they were very specific that we all were in twentyfive out of twentysix episode so i remember i remember it was also they i don't know if it was on purpose or not but my manager at one point 'cause it's like week seven my manager was like hey what did the chance of him becoming a regular and they're like it's not possible and also we don't need him for next week's episode an angle or hey i'm going for it and i remember that we've just suck 'cause i'm just like because at that point we're all friends whatever sound like create their own they're filming an episode and i'm at home like you're not even i'm not even raiders i don't have any way to get onset week i'm literally not allowed to go on that lot like i'm not allowed their bidding now for this week and then i'll be back it was weird man eight straight months on that show but we were never officially on it it was really trippy trippy experience we all went deep twentythree we do you went to de twentythree engine disney's bid khan and a had not premiered by that time yet i don't think so fruit especially for us new cast like people never knew who we were like especially we'll have a live audience taping and they'd be like oh we got one of the stars of the show bring out saint top and damian kids really good bomba so it was very weird and so again i talked about this the other day with someone but like because we never filmed at a time when the show at already premiered in because i became sort of a recluse after that and went to the gym during the day when kids are in school went to the grocery store during the day when kids can get recognized for so random for like years and so i assume like nobody watched that show hunter we joined smarter people like i didn't put that together those key zombie man those worthy enemy boroughs which character serrated yeah you just haven't showed up this morning between the enemy brothers say say i 'em i was obsessed with the chance i was a big i watched a lot of disney channel when i was growing up and like i was assessed that show that first episode where sunny comes in i i feel like that was exactly how i was when i came in the small just like i'm here is that unlike i remember eventually seeing like oh what's this so random okay i wonder what is it that it's probably the same thing shaw oh i think i a couple of episodes and i'd like to i'd like oh i get it okay so that's what the sketch show the they were making row k click you actually just remind me of some kind of funny years years before it's a sunny with a chance of thing on be original pitch name was sketch pad and i know that because when i was a teenager i audition for that i think the audition for that to learn about it and i couldn't get an audition for it somehow i auditioned for it and went back for like three rounds and this is when i was still in atlanta and i didn't end up booking it but it was for one of the main part of it with sterling nights for part or whatever but 'em when i walked in audition room years later so random like this sounds it's like the same thing like sketch pad was supposed to be a sketch show it became sunny with a chance and then it became back so random so when i walk in it's the same casting director and she says oh my gosh i remember you i'm so glad you're here i can't wait to see what you've got and i was like that's the best way ever start out some nfl have been booked it casting directors at the most insane memory hey did they really do they'll remember shutout share levine certainly being i love you do not or anyone in front of a casting director 'cause they will remember your fate or nay a your expressions i always forget that i knew sterling night when i was a teenager interesting i wish i knew him and we knew like and then i ended up booking that and it was like oh hey how's it going man good idea gas offers up to solve what's up man saw a yeah so random what's a weird time man it seems like this weird fantasy like dream that happened a long time ago but also not that long ago yeah yeah audio only wani so it's only seven years ago that it ended seven here and yeah closer to eight but still that's not that long ago but it feels like a different age well 'em so here you are doing a sketch comedy still we are you doing here you are when you guys from your favorite show yeah so this show then then the the animal bombs on summer on this i just love when i get dm's they're like were you want that so random they everyone everyone's so called it that that's so oh that's funny foreign to that's nuts that's so ray yeah and then i got the sauce job and one of my first auditions ever that's not where you as well as nineteen night while i yeah i i was nineteen about to turn wouldn't even vote canadians oh i was thirty five i'm younger ashley somehow i think i do look younger now then i did when i really i think i think i looked like a dad when i joined i'd also just the way i dressed and everything only after here dark like cornu here was dark still when i joined but i just think i also didn't i dunno i i just didn't give a crap at that point a look like but i was just coming out of my stomach issue stuff and so much thinner 'em like but not in like a super healthy way like like a freaking lady kings thinner now there's like a lot skinny aero had had mostly worn my glasses so yeah i also like broke as a joke for a long time before owning smush so like new flow of water goes oh we're heavy down through my boss at the retail stores at i work like like stained and i'm like whatever cool banks were the clause why were year ago fashions but that's dope all of his right hand me down further most like advertise like fifteen i said it finally by being able to get man customers i wore my wardrobe was so small when i joined a not i didn't have a ton of money but also just that's just how i was i had one pair of boots and then i wore every day i had one pair of jeans that were alive and then just a couple of shirts that rotate through but that's kind of like an actor or joke 'cause you just they're like well i can't wear logos generally wear blue fraught issue yeah so i'm gonna keep it easy and then what i also war when i start wearing a lot shortly after joining was i would wear shorts with they tank top and like a button up short sleeve shirt over that and flynn and are head writer ryan despised it so much i would come in just flip flops to work and he'd be like oh so this is what you're a all right this is just like you got dressed like a tourist coming the california fornia being like i gotta fit the part i got a blue kelly salary wise oh my god oh my god is where it is just mostly me trying to hide my crippling insecurities like i feel but i feel like in between her fashion you're like i just like i was laying around the hits to make my headset bigger but like in as that is leno like on like that's what people where when they're teenagers 'cause i that's kind of how i dressed up until i was like honestly like twenty two for bigger yeah swayed but i would just i would wear things based more on what did i wanna hide yeah to now address in a way of like oh this looks cool dental there this as a pop totally yeah were so cute now where i'll just i'll just honestly very cute a mix you watch the video version of this podcast see how cute we yes do that another version comes out on friday at which we just wanna hear us a which you hear all the swear words which i don't think they said a whole lot of swear words didn't we dropped a couple of episodes in one f in the jc but it's whatever what's jc a crystal oh just chilling the oh do you know what i mean baby angels you just go calmed down a yeah okay but yeah the the whole audio version comes out and wednesdays video version on fridays a or so when you just if you love us hit the bell there isabel somewhere you'll find out if you will but if you don't go then that means you don't love oh hey not valid alone cleveland getting giving us a little kiss right below the right guy on individual cornea nf you also side note if you don't go watch tender four hotdogs right now i don't care if you've already watched it you need to go watch it again right now that video if that video doesn't get million views but like if it's not a ten million views it's not being number one if jimmy fallon isn't looking up to tender four hotdogs going how do i do that i swear the sun is going to explode please please never hurt or at the very least check out the tender products march or or other smart smart watches storage check them out emerges so comfy yeah and do anything in are merge if you wear shirts you will be more powerful yeah they fcc is gonna you know that that settled truthful making people more powerful we'll give you plus one charisma and plus you against ogres yeah plus two against ogres night a plus one charisma the water bottle gives you plus three stamina but you have to take and exotic penalty a weapon yeah exactly the tinder four hotdogs shirt they'll gives you plus one at all stats mm charles stat generally a style strang i think tinder hotdogs shirt would be one of those it has like a drawback where it's like you know you get like plus ten strengthened like oh but like minus five wisdom and you're like a dodgers dumbest how i love it but also very pot it's no it's incredible it's the greatest thing in the video as even i met a good way listen it's look there are haters out there there i'm not i'm not a hater it damian is the number one doubter tinder four hotdogs prove him really proved damian dinner brought dogs i just think it's lunacy this this is gone for everyone you know it out an cinder for a hotdog it's weird that's that's why it is an underdog story get out of here guys haven't used that up until now holy crap yeah is it isn't under hot dog story we gotta get out of here i need a godsend sending a chance at a bathroom german court he's better hey i need to make sure that you're all washington products you guys they're so cute thanks for being on the show coordinated oh my gosh i said how this happened sharks okay i gotta go we have to leave now k

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2. Boy George

Grounded with Louis Theroux

1:01:10 hr | 1 year ago

2. Boy George

"This is the BBC. This podcast is supported by advertising outside the UK. BBC sounds like music radio podcasts onto onto one two, one two. Hello I'm Louis through an welcome to my podcast series for BBC radio four grounded with Louis. Through. Can you hear me? All Right? Like you I'm in lockdown. So have been filling the time by reaching out remotely via the web to people I'm interested in who like me maybe looking for connection in these strange times. Mr Little sound check is everything looking good of been relying on guests to record their half of the chat which doesn't always work. Where historically again. And we can all see each other via video conferencing software. Going behind the curtain Dave's pitch production nells. Gone. I. Guess today is internationally renowned singer Dj and musical icon boy, George Man who's no stranger to controversy and holy unafraid of speaking his mind. I was fairly confident of getting a good compensation. Hi George. How are you? Good Yeah. I mean obviously my mom's in hospitals so it's a worrying time but. The news today is a bit better. She doesn't have corona don't think but she has. Underlying issues and she's been after. I got bit desperate yesterday because I was in a panic I can just. So my God, my mom, you know it's a tough time I know everyone's going you know. Your mom's mom. Posted about it on social media and you're close with your moment. You I'm closer to all of my family I mean, my mom is. Say the most informed person in the world to me right now always been. So I'm mother. So, yeah, it's tough. It's really tough how you coping with the whole Karuna situation in general well isolate and I've been isolating landed in England about three weeks ago I'm not my home because my home is being refurbished. So I had to rent somewhere some have rented apartment right in the center of London, but there's no noise is like the most insane silence I'm out I mean basically in. So no I'm bothers you now is asking for Selfie, he's nobody's people see you they smile but they keep their distance and. That's all you can do until we know what's really going on did you have to cancel something? We have something. Yeah. I. Was in the middle of doing the voice Australia up and doing it for last four years or one last year. So it was a really big show for me. We were kind of halfway through. We had a break for two months. I had the choice of whether I stayed in Australia and stayed there the whole year probably or came back to London, you'll one of the judges on coaches. Term the preferred there's no judging on this show. So I had a choice to stay Australia be so far away from everyone I love I. Don't love. Dave just saying I needed to come home even though I knew it can see anyone I in my I'm near them and now y came back so. So you on your own. Locked in with anyone no, I'm not with anyone. I wouldn't wish upon anyone in a situation like this I mean I live alone anyway. So I'm quite used to my own company I live. Maryland. Company obviously is different when you remove the element of choice I love to visit people I love this visible. So like when they leave as I've got older, I've learnt to be with myself I mean this has been probably one of the big significant changes in my life is I am able to be on my own and being on your own doesn't mean you're lonely it just means you're. On Your own and you make a choice what wanted to say first of all thank you for joining me in this conversation I. Hope Hardly have to say that I'm a big fan and that growing up you were very important. You know I'm sorta the perfect age really to have grown up with culture club in the new romantic movement I. Still Vividly Remember Nine, hundred, eighty, two when culture club we're on top of the POPs I was living in south London and with a friend called Donna and Dan said that lead singer a man. And I said don't be ridiculous done and I've made fun of him the nonsense you come out with and then a few days later had it confirmed and just being really surprised, and then when on that journey with you and obviously broke America and people like you and Ninety Lennox and adamant like superheroes especially in our own heads. Yeah I'm sure. It. Was a great cultural moment anyway for me. Personally I don't want to sort of fan girl too much, and then much later I, think I approached you to do when Louis met the TV series I did. You probably very sensibly I think politely turned US Down I. Don't know if you remember that can handle you at this stage. I think at that point I was kind inflicted with honesty and I just used to say who whatever cave out of my mouth. I, do try to. Read a little slow these days. It just consider what? I'm saying a little more not just sort of. Very. Sensible. To have maybe mellowed a little bit I'm quite private. Practice in the eighties I probably would have enough control now with a degree of common sense and experience I. Realized that what I say makes a difference and I do like to be playful i. also realize that there's a consequence to what you say these very precious times people are very sensitive and. Unfortunately people like me in the seventies where there was no political correctness I. Mean People Hate You Koji where I want to talk to you about that because you mentioned that you quite private and at the same time I've been reading one of your books because you've written a couple of memoirs are the books for. The book is so honest it seems to be nothing held back. You've had a spot of bother from that because one or two people didn't appreciate having their names put out there. But what strikes me about the book is number one hour honest. You are about your various personal challenges but also how much recollection you have the level of granular detail about your various relationships who was wearing watt in nineteen eighty one as you went into cub in the. West end or somewhere in Willett wherever is astonishing? You got total recall is very funny. What you choose to remember when people ask me about my childhood when very young child I remember very little about it. I remember once being pushed into a swimming pool by someone I remember swing and own a kite listening to rod Stewart's Maggie May. But I don't really remember much about being a little kid at all because I think when I was a little kid. Wanted to be was grown up I was obsessed with being older and I was always being toe to stick my nose out compensation. We you seem to grow up very quickly as well. I mean full disclosure about twenty percent of the way through the book. It doesn't sound like much of it, but there's a lot in there. It seems to me that you're fifteen years old but you've just struck up quite a deep relationship with a mysterious Italian man in his late thirties, right? The mountain remark the met on a bus or something a try. Did you lose your virginity to him when you were fifteen louis release some four before we all got Chris A. It was a very brief love affair about four days. That is it didn't last long you fifteen but you didn't feel taken advantage of no I tim because it's really clear about why at the time my parents would've? Done anything to get hold of the car and having arrested because actually it was breaking the law but. You know I was involved in that choice. It wasn't something that was false upon me I don't look back and. I was traumatized I. Think for four days I thought I was in love. The other thing that's striking reading is doing all about the because that's a long time ago but you seem to get beaten up quite lot. Yeah. Lot of chasing's that was some of that. Fervor understand what you were doing. You know like, why are you dressed like a nun? Why are you dressed like around? This is a train station Lewis show this is not allowed. And when you're that age, you just do those things and you think you've got the novel right to express yourself to me I just didn't understand what their problem was. It wasn't i. Virus theory. Even going back to two of my sexuality I never really came out because I was so feminine as a kid. So what saw Culture Club? I was already having a relationship with John Moss drama I wasn't hiding I was. Outrageously K. certainly, my experience with kids at school was there was some kids who just seem so obviously gay and then later on someone say like so come out and you like were they ever even Nova? There are lots of people who are gay who don't fit into the sort of pollution is a war people think a gay person is to a certain extent in the seventies these people are so on TV are regarded them as suffragettes I feel kind of Williams Camry. Humid transient prisons, massive massive. I met Quentin a few times. I mean amazing. Amazing man for the younger already I always liked orientate are younger listeners 'cause Quentin Crisp. The name might not mean anything but a very influential memoir, the naked civil servant that was then adapted for TV film played by John Hurt Wasn't it? Yeah. If you could be bothered to scroll from my instagram stories pitches, there's a clip of Credit Chris talking about reality TV before it was invented, he does his whole monologue about if you want to do something vitory, she'd do on TV and it just so poignant because it's Stock Prophecy. That's brilliant. Fast forward, a few more years when I joined twitter I noticed that you following me doesn't happen alphabet every now and then I know someone famous someone I admire is a follow on twitter and I got a little thrill and I think you have sent one or two Bren Leeann admiring tweets. Now, just to get this out of the way, you also sent one that was less admiring and I just want to deal with it, and then we can move on last year you send a tweet this said what's wrong with Louis through. Yeah you're you're not I is is not. One of the things I do as a recovering addict I'll do what people on TV another guy. They're off they're not most times. I'm completely uses like didn't seem like you. What was I saying that caused you think off my not Maybe. It was like you're the wrong side of the camera. I do have a good side and bad side. Your style is laid back and you think Oh. Yeah. I know he's is seducing me like a snake charmer. So you were different on that show maybe it's Graham food. Graham Norton was a Graham Norton was what you were watching. Yeah. I've even taken down afterwards I think about it down because what came back I soar it, and because it was in my time line, a lot of people have the bad habit of seeing what people are saying about me. Germany I know I'm on the cost. FUNNILY, enough I'm tourists with a tiny gem on May twentieth. Clearly, how did things to say Germanized always in an I, use this as an excuse, but it's the truth I'm always in two minds. Say. I'm Kinda joking. So hopefully, the festival, our love it when people come back at me with something in the interesting thing is you didn't say anything and no one famous ever replies the I did though Oh you did have a story. Yeah. I said how long have you got? You said what's going through and I put how long have you got the only thing I was going to mention on it by nothing to apologize for everything's Hunky Dory I looked at the comments that followed it and most of them were to do. With Michael Jackson so I thought Oh, I wonder if Jorge's is a Michael Jackson Fan, I am a Michael Jackson found by any problem with anyone saying what they want supported an amplified his accusers, the people who said that they were abused by him. He's given him a platform and that's what you do. Your job as journalists is to try and lift up the carpet and see what's under there, and that should job and also I wasn't Michael Jackson related though in other words, your tweet was nothing to do with them Jay. By the way, I didn't mean to say you're finding I'm not the music massive fan. Entertainer hundred percent I think you do have to separate what people create an what they are sometimes, it's impossible but I'm not here to judge him or you appreciate it did you know Michael Jackson there was this one time when I was doing to the musical and I was Justice League Barry Legendary Performance Australian performance artist I. Mean there is a cliff of his summer on Youtube I'm kind of embarrassed about it now but basically, I was dressed as lay I was in this to to crash these. And these math clauses is lot one of the simpsons and Michael Somebody told me. He was outside the fair. and. So I went out and did an impromptu show him when I was a little bit obnoxious and I was screaming through the car. And I know he saw me. But yeah, it was quite obnoxious but I was wanted to me and sit down. With, them put him into Sarai. Mark. robins. But. The trouble is I was in my own. Reading. Your book and thinking about that time the level of creativity for working kid who dropped out of school. Growing up in Woolwich found your way into a cultural media. If I can use that word, there was extraordinarily creative and influential. For, people who is kind of looking to find their way in the world usual followed a path is completely unconventional borderline delinquent. You know nicking stuff from shops you more or less seemed to have nicked stuff from half the Oxfam shops with nothing cost very much of anything. Anyway. It was just that we had limited budgets and my parents weren't GonNa give me money to going by a straw hat from the local Charlie's and cover it with birds I mean, my mom was a bit of. She would make suffering me. I find some fabric in the market bring Ireland sites. Mamo can you copy this particular thing? So there was a little bit of encouragement from my mom because my dad was very jealous and my mom dress up, and if she thought she was having an affair. So there was a little bit of my mom really of liking being outrageous and a bit glamorous but also kind of worried that was going to get my head bashed in Montana way she's to go if he wants to get even carry on and so I was left to own devices really actually you find in the working class. World. There's amazing tolerance to we're talking about people attacking you in the seventies. Member a massive massive. Irish. Family I was going to my art is green hair trust us a one boy wherever it may be and they were fine with it. They just go with it. No pro I'm sure there were people that were like made comments and you know Jesus would I let my son go at there was like that you know people said someone other people would say I saw this chain going into the train station with a green face a with our going to. Do you think not to compare myself to humble journalists. And you're an Internet. Star and legend of Music and fashion in show business. But I took this all very conventional poverty did well, at school I worked Harley levels in the Mary levels in the went to university all your gifts seem to have gone almost completely unrecognized by the normal channels. It doesn't seem like anyone at your school noticed that you might have been gifted artistically on musically you had a bunch of dead end. Job Stacking shelves and Doing Messenger Work and then found yourself being picked up more or less elevated by band of Bohemians and outlaws who going to clubs and some of them taking drugs and you know experimenting with fashion what went wrong with the system that no one noticed that you might be talented in the normal way. Well, I, think this is an ongoing thing I think whenever you have a strong. You know I was really in my head on this style chopping block. When I started the band people who've come to see us spa. I was too much. They were like, yeah, you know. He's too feminine is too much because you know these bonds in the seventies kind of dressed up because it was the thing to do those people have been a massive influence on me in terms of what I wanted to be a performer it was important to me to have good music. Both have visual stimulus for me. The best artists always is people that have style it can just be the way they will. I. Don't. Wear you know if you look at someone like Morrissey. When he came along, he was the antidote to what we do, which was really excessive. Suddenly Morrissey came along with a hearing aid and a bunch Guardiola and he changes the status quo with one four months, and that's what you're aiming to do as an artist as you want to. Pay. For the sense I get from you is that may be in style and fashion came first and music second is that fair? No, I think they would to me on separable. Say An artist is complete. Some of what they think politically you know I mean you wouldn't Love Guitar Tori which. or He looked like I'm trying to think if we could. If he just looked like a boring man on the bus, you wouldn't have eight clay occurring monitor bath on face value might be boring and then when you got to that, I, there might be the most interesting person you've ever met. So I think that there's a lot of this. Judging people looking at them physically of making hideous judgments about their character. We're okay with you after do try older to not do that to go back to that moment when I saw you doing, do you really want to hurt me on top of the POPs was that your personal stall was something you were doing that day I had a friend at the time Clare she was these amazing hairdos and. This kind of foul sort of Rastafarians. Because of the slid to ban the slits up who is my? was the lead singer wasn't sure she was one of my lifestyle comes when I was six eight. If you look at my first every Gig I'm wearing a it's like a Rasta hot which is. Dreads and she was delighted I think but adopted kind of rushed to ferry in star. The might nowadays be seen as cultural appropriation you could use the argument. Off Put, something couples nine. Chill Steel. compund style and the Nazis Patio. Basta, you can say, well, why are you doing that? Because if you sing opera You. Heard me. Sounds. Tend to. Tell you got so into your opposite, you causing chaos on the Senate that sounded good George. Thank you got such a range. You can toast you can do. The breath does though that's not the right word I come my power. But you say reo is your style icon and she had to sort of white dread thing going on she loved reggae and she loved the whole lurk. So I think style always play such a massive role in the music you like. The Look. He can't be part of that gang you own it. And at the time, there was this great fusion of and punk because Holbrooke. against. Racism thing. Love reggae band was supporting punk bands or Vice I. I really learned about Reggae Free Punk Rock. In the same way that I learned about Bob Dylan fearless sensitivity Bowie 'cause you song about Bob Dylan on Hunky Dory and. He's Bob Dylan. So your point was airy up style musical tastes to some extent was what contributed to how you performed had I not John Roy mikey coach math in a slightly different type of band. But having said that once of became what we became, it was weird kind of compulsive all these things loved. And then I was kind of dragged away musically from some of the things to which was a good thing and eventually club became this Ted even know what it was. When we got lumped in with those of eighties bands like the more electron bands, there is no comparison because what we were doing wasn't not right when you think about bands like depeche mode or Yazoo or Eurythmics, it's electric. What you were doing was something more light blue eyed soul and I think the love of reggae going to clubs where there was a more of a coach mix that was much more my sane in the seventies and hence adopting this sort of how quasi rabbi vaster we were playing around with symbolism of Judaism. This thing that said Taraba, which is that mean we're not familiar with that slogan. Down means coach will movement or something like that. It was because of jarred I met Moss Drama Joe Malls is your house like rabbis is like I love the an opting some of the imagery without being rude appropriating and reinterpreting little bits of cultural bric, a Brac how it's quite Jewett looking. Was Quite Gothic you know sort of brown stoke afield to it and then the whole thing bigger heart it's all about sater's the the house and some of them were breaches and these quilted. In Frock Coats I. Think if you're going to commit to something you have to commit. For Russian for hat and the signs of that actually is question of prestige bigger. The better that's trying to get bigger hats. No one thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, two. When do you really want to hurt me went to number one, right? You would have been twenty, one I think it's ready to twenty two. And you global fame that was an international hit wasn't it was number one in America. Now, if it was number to say, how did you find that global success? Did you feel equipped to handle it? Did you enjoy it? So. Much evidence to the country Sirius I. took it to like a duck to water. It was first thrilling and exhilarating and overwhelming. and. Then it became the strict tiff on was to kind of daily nightmare of never having any pace and I think it just took me a long time to get to a place where I made a of deal with big in the public eye. That's mid nineties I. Add some amazing clarity I went to India I went on his spiritual journey and for a while after I was sign. Did you feel you with a kind of captain of your destiny? was there sort of manager or Bengali figure who is pulling the strings? All we did you feel like you were at least a co-pilot in what was going on Oh now was very much in charge of why was doing visually what we were doing. Musically I think was a compromise because. Suzy in the band she's found. You know I wanted to make kind of Gothi music really it became something else I kind of went with it because I was like I don't mind this actually because it's a bit of soul and. REGGAE. But. Then of course, you get famous and fame becomes your new job. You didn't get a little bit of publicity. It was relentless and people wanted to everything about what you did every every detail who you asleep sleeping with. Your opinions about everything things didn't even Caribou now and you felt obliged to fill in the blank spaces by talking. And having lots of things to look back and go on I can't believe I said that I've been pretty lucky. But I said stupid things, Mick Jagger, a Bowie had both attained won't dresses on stage right again that's very journalists who have looking at because. Yes to saddening sent what Mick Jagger did. Whatever you did gave me the kind of desire and the bravery to do I wanted to add some. I suppose I. Call him a Miranda I had mother superior these conic things kind of influence being through the move together. I was going to say because when they did it, you still conscious that you're looking a man in address, but you seem to blur the lines much much more once I discovered make-up once I started to see what could be done to this face with a little bit F- structural maneuvering pencils and crayons there was a great song on transformed me reads album called makeup Your face when sleeping is supply and then comes pancake factor number one that was sort of soundtrack to that moment. Dot Com pancake factor number one I don rose hip in live concerts Europe you. All Slick Nigga. Lou Reed really did predict so much on that transformer album. Even. Now, on the new album, there's a song called bigger. The War I am one hundred percent channeling Lee raid. Is caught lows like starred in a kind of imperfect. There's too much perfection and everything. There's no. Breaks cracks everything say Polish a lot of my favorite records are from people who have these kind of scratchy voices. We're about halfway through this podcast. By the way, you're listening to ground it with Louis through and I wanted to hear what boy George someone who's made a career out of teasing the world with his gender identity and who is also active on twitter and instagram what he makes the sometimes heated exchanges on the subject on social media. To assign degrees explaining I mean this an I've run into trouble with people online tickets. I've said leave your pronouns at all and people take umbrage at leave your pronouns at the door when you come to when you coming by Y'all because if you think the first thing that's going to happen with me as you're GonNa have to explain who you are and what you all based on. How you look and we're not going to solve a good anyway. I will treat you with love and respect whatever you look like whoever you think you are ever you say you are that's your choice respect back. But please sense of humor about it because they tell you what if I was able to laugh at myself for some of the things that I've been through and some of. The. Times. When people have punch my face in because I did look to certainly be things whatever. When I first went on the Fox to tirade of abuse afterwards was wally of the week is a bird is applying for jobs. Tough with muscles and I was super unsophisticated when I was the age in terms of my knowledge of the world and my knowledge of anything. I've never been out of the country before I met John Moss I'd never eaten A. Records that. Things were. On Stu I'm not trying to make myself as faking. Came from the ferry big Irish family with a Goblin Dad and a mom the often make dinner out of whatever was around I. Remember the first time I. I. Mean I was very middle class family but things like Kiwi fruit and Hummus. That was all your boss. If you have fruit I've got Spanish friend these these to eat prawns and king bronze on the Barbecue and own my God. We. Just didn't have. So these days I'm much more traveled much more open but I'm not one of these people that said so important the finger and is overly moralistic sometimes say to people I'm really glad you're not running together saying because people got some. Very, strange views and they're very heartless sometimes shocks me your point though with the when you launched onto the scene in the early eighties, it was very different world. You've come. To Ted into robot. What about now? Something Somebody Internet connection you've stowed bear with me if you pay your bill. I'll chop here. Make. Them your. Off. Your Your Lips I can you hear me? Yes. Says on the playstation using no point one megabytes of. That tells me what's being used. I love that you believed to covert land. I'm sharing my bandwidth trying to earn a crust in competition with children using a data. Hungry could be a good job song bandwith trust really a blues tune more than Jazz. I. Got The bad with A. Data throttling blues, what the so the point being. So I could put a construction on this that says, you're someone who grew up in a world where just dress differently with to take your life in your hand the very least to get chased around by calculus and the Teddy Boys and skinheads, and occasionally beaten up and in a world where people are saying I feel violated by. You because the words you're using the reflect the me that I feel myself to be. You see that maybe with less patience is fair to say or my overstate I think probably at this point with more patients initially like everyone I was like Oh my God and then I actually talked about it and I feel does it really matter I just think explain it to people you know. snickered out all the time even now getting. So left with a bunch of pisses. Me and it's like everyone's trying not to look the worst is when you go into a mouse toilet and you're in full regalia like ice after come into men's toilets. To make. Roller Purposes I. looked like ago. I don't know why they just don't build more toilets just have more towards for different types of people because I usually try to use the ladies to even now do you. Much cleaner you could get into trouble with the ladies though if they saw you in. Yes. Sometimes happened now I now for it to be a concern, it does help when you're in full makeup. Kind of a woman and bearded lady. There's a there's a little bit of a turf war going on between some elements that the more feminine gay men, and then the women something saying Oh. If you went all the way if you're honest with yourself, you'd accept that you're really a woman I. Really Agree with all this you know you have to do this. It's too many rules I think the trouble starts when people start thinking that every person who calls himself transgender or transsexual he's also in agreement politically with the next trench as. They never match but I would say anyone other for any reason whether it's because they're of their sexuality or their religion or their race or anything anyone like that I am. On your side always because I am one of you I. Am you I'm an outsider. He can I check your recording this little sound check everything looking good. So you don't have to stop or anything just as the tail Robert Hondo. Again says, resume of you resumed good brilliant, such a pleasure talking to you George. We were talking about the sensitivities that people have now in a completely understandable way to do with gender and sexuality once or twice. Done if you go into hot water but it's been low many flare ups could put that. Nevertheless you are an enthusiastic adopter of twitter and also instagram is that right? If you appear on my time line with comment and if I disagree We'll hijack your three and say, well I think. Most people don't really come back at me. They never incapable of intensive being advocaat's people were telling. Chamblee, respond I've got much not replying. Germany to keep it in a sort of surrealist humorous. Bit jokey pocket so that it doesn't get. Any someone I will say and I'm happy to take tweets down in five change your mind the next day if somebody explain something to me and says, this is how I feel about the use of that word this world. There's no way I'm going to fight from our right to upset someone it's just makes no sense. Do you get your thin skinned? Depends what it is. You know if you break one of my Achilles heels that obviously that might be a problem but I don't think you all by the way I think I am a bit and I mentioned it because when I'm on twitter or social media generally, I tend not to send controversial tweets of got enough things to worry about and I know that if I get horrible tweets in my timeline, I'm liable to get upset by them and I'm not proud of IT I. Wish I could be more of a man about it. Sometimes, I say things that need to be said and you'd be amazed at what? Saying why? I'm very careful about the. Pitcher Lady Gaga, which opens anarchy and healthy I just had to write has sincerity is terminal and when I was questioned on and I was like, how do you get from Julian assange Joe, Biden and not space of time. So what was your point? was she a big supporter of assange at one time she went to visit him in the embassy and everything and I remember at the time thinking. This is the secret deep love affair I. Suppose I find it a little bit insincere sequin deep. Let's a good coinage. Is that yours one of mine? Yeah. I would say my relationships with other famous people are sequin deep house that was a secret deep love affair. because. They're flat. A You more on the assange puzzle, the Biden bus per remote only assange pass. I think the only did was just tell people what they didn't know and I don't think he even scratched the surface. He I think he's a troublemaker no question I don't think he's some easygoing thing wallflower that's been picked on. It seems to me that certainly in sexual conduct, there's a case to answer that he hasn't answered but notwithstanding that they completely got in the way of the message and the fact that he was revealing actual war crimes, the media monster him and made his personal life somehow invalidate what he was getting out there where in this age now where the news is ferocious used. To Be Free Square meals a day used to be breakfast. Sometimes you got late up but it was like certain times of the day you had the news is you by someone in Corduroy? It was it was very kind of factual. There was any bills but now the news is a branch of Showbiz. The ferocious hunger for information means that you're sitting there watching the same thing over an over and you know you end up being transfixed i. think that's what happened with the Donald Trump thing hypnotism just keep saying the same thing over and eventually it will become true and actually when I say to people about pop music I say the only difference most of the time between. Is One thing and that is repetition trump was. Written off as a serious candidate by the mainstream media. Airtime, he was a frequent guest because he got ratings, but it was a joke candidate. But what he did manage to do is come across says uncured rated unmediated authentic even his lies were seen it's quite funny. I got to tell you something quickly I promise my manager I would stay away from two things trump and religion I haven't done to the trump front. Although I have to say as role I try not to talk about because I think you are just adding to the noise. So when I'm working on lied sometimes I'll see you to pay earth read an interesting actually everyone's just saying the same thing that's what I crave is some sort of counter reactions and that is the problem with this amazing thing the Internet is. A lifesaver. Also comes with consequences here but that word again, I'm just wondering what your relationship is with social media because that'd be plenty of people at your level of success. Who would not feel any urge to do it and you tweet quote law fill the nerds but I feel like it's their surprisingly in my case, I don't get trolled. But. Then I'm not really bothered about. To a certain degree, I'll know why I think unless it's completely wrong and I haven't thought it through I'm not really going to change my opinion about something but you can educate me on open I'm not closed you just like the interaction or do you just like getting the information or do you like the companionship now is just something today it's like hits. You know go back to US earlier everything you do now matters what you do and social media what you do. Live what you're singing about all of it I mean I, think for me in the last couple of years I've written so much music I've got probably enough for about six or seven albums. Literally I'm not saying every single thing of it is good I signed a deal just before Christmas with a cup Nicole primary wave whose job it is to go out there and play music in movies and whatever, and I own the copyright with them. So it's a new experience to own my music any of the stuff I did in the as the publishers can do what they want. Do they want you don't? Own Music. Owner, they can change the lyrics they can give it to burgos sharp. That can do what they want to have done that they did version of comic comedian was about carrots and peas. Not that the Song Shakespeare but it was just it wasn't hamburgers and poked show and especially for Vegetarians that was greatest. If someone does it cover version of chameleon, you don't see any money from this. Well, no of course receive money. But what I'm saying is I'd pay them not to do that. Have you made enough money from that song I know it's paid for all of our houses and it's not even really complaining because I'm not Alvis nothing to complain about before we did this I to your net worth. Do, you know what? It says online you don't have to confirm twenty, five, million pounds I wear. Lot. Here's a random question. So you're on the team I was. Provided context for that most bounds. Go ask our mind me vice. But I think we were to Puffy for Miami Vice. Phil. Collins famously was on Miami Vice Angiogram around there I think a lot bounced around there. But for some reason we add more and with the aid save as younger people do. It comes up all the time. I had missed a t play racket George Papa lovely lovely Maui Blade Hannibal I love that we're going to have to contextualized this. They were a group of ex Vietnam. Let's do. Freelance soldiers of fortune. Play on why were you want it? So I played very originally cowboy. George. Listen. So weird storyline of our band and there was gigging country power some rubbish and say things like. Our began. So you would actually for a recall, you looked exactly like boy George I answer say things are awesome Hannibal like now I would have committed to it with a bit more seriousness side. Yet was performance not one of my greatest moments but people seem to get a kick out of it. Does that get set up by manager like how does that actually drift into your inbox or? The manager will call you and say. Be On this show most of the time I'll say now what shit is that want to be on that you know all the reality show I watch them all but I don't want to be a mom just too much. It's too much I. Think people now enough they no less than they think they know they know enough that I think you got to hold something back. So it's law says that if something can go wrong, it will go wrong or all case the recording Georgia's end suddenly stopped. Fortunately, the productions were also recording the video conferencing feed. So even though the sound quality is not as good, it was good enough to use until George spotted the error and started his recording again. Are you talking about your? Love Life depends on the question early on you said, and it was one of the most famous quotes rather have a cup of tea than have sex. These days is comfy little. Kareem, was that just wind up? Did you really mean it? No, it didn't mean it was just sonic to say the chief of that story is I went on TV hearty legendary. Can we say Kemp was? He can't camp in the closer not talk show hosts twenty also kind of upset Bowie once he was very very on this Sagan dismissive. Mike Him. He saw. Given. What Book and I knew he was gay he wasn't out. So I pull teapot because often in the seventies, people would sing cheapo things will be. So. You gift. I was trying to be too surreal identity got why was very oblique I'm GONNA put a market down the sexual subjects are off the table. I know I'll give teapot donald spell it out really clearly. Fellow game it was like I'm not as well. You know. That's more of a code meaning that I'm aware I believed it did at the time it clearly I was absolutely. So he asked you something about your sexuality was a new set of rather have a cup of tea. Is that what happened I said sex? And I was being a bit bakeries. I was just being able to pay her algebraic waltz heavy is I current nation street. Now she was sort of musical shot this. Nellie pledges pickle factory issue just character I loved her. She might one of my arms there's only nine years age difference in suddenly it was like I was talking to someone from the Middle Ages liked him. So can I ask if you're in a relationship now? I'm not you're single I think that accounts for the twitter as well. Think when you're in a relationship someone else in the house and they think it's passive aggressive. If you're on twitter too much it may appear the I'm a lot more than I often will go. Out Without my phone obviously not at this time because this things going on as as a rule I'm not you know the telephone I think is a tool I think it can be used to avoid stuff I. Think the people thumbs up noxious obsession with it and I do I think my some of my friends are site. If you're to sit there and tweet about yourself all the way through this meal, I'm leaving I'm happy to do that and I'm happy to decided to me I think that's important I'd say to friends sometimes. Well actually to my wife, let's get real. There's nothing worse. It's so unsettling being the room and ten minutes. In the random because they have Sunday, they're thinking more than, yeah. You're not really here. If you're just going to be looking at your phone, we live in this kind of ristic age of self obsession and you know we I'd our cells but. Yet. We did it but we didn't do that. With the town Cohen and we did like sessions and. Album your twitter handle or your twitter bio says, Bouma. Your now call boy George Boom boom for. Young people old people write us all the people don't normally identify as boomers I'm reclaiming boom because one of the things about the music business is obsessed with next and they actually treat outdraw dislike me or whoever? Favorite where they use. Relevant Of Artists including myself I that another bay at what I did I. You have any insecurity I used to scooter when I was studying. He's Iraq was but now I'm like, no, you cannot have a lack slides. Abe I'm not insecure about my ability say. Is something crafted it of years? I'm basically a Bendix Organi right words and melodies over people's music money the lyrics but not melody lines I write the lyrics military. You'll learn with a bit of Elton as well a think I used. Rather people allows me to go into different off Mike Honda musical history, really skilled from the seventies things that stand the test of time seven trucks because it's just sounds modern things like magnetic by capital chair it sounds like you'd be made yesterday. Do you know that wreck cooled? No. Is that. No this late seventies can I? Go. Hear any of. The headphone. This is basically screaming Utah's but it's it makes me very happy. What do you think I? Mean they say footballers have a short shelf life right thirty or thirty to thirty four that suddenly they're over the hill but popstars might be over the hill at twenty four rise. It's a weird thing. Isn't it? When you think oh? Wow. This person who has been idolized don't mean specifically you by millions and is viewed as one of the most famous on the planet and selling newspapers, magazines, posters, merchandise, and then the third album doesn't do so well, and suddenly actually you're no. Longer, as you put it relevant, what do you do? Then you do for the last thirty years were you aware we're removal where he thought okay. Maybe buses stop now the bus never stopped just a different boss in the seventies Dj and I became a musician in the late eighties when acid house side back to Dj had a very, very successful twenty, five year career as an international deejay Clyde everywhere paid food. It was amazing and then I went back to music a couple years ago and now I do. I do all advice successful show in November. Monica I know what? My role is. Good I. I. Know My like getting A. How you experienced that moment for me maybe because skinned imagine that that moment where it becomes clear the labels now behind you in the same way happen in the real world live doesn't happen died alive is one writing another one closing certainly for me financially I most accessible and another bay even back in the hot because I was sharing my money with. People. I was spaying evidence for why is That level you've just cited people were. Really. Wasn't even to. Now as I'm older on much, I'm vicious I thought my instincts more. So at the moment because cup this whole situation going on I just said to my manager I'm going to start releasing stuff with no logic I'm up a video for the song off. because. Actually, the all web doing hasn't worked for me since ninety seven. But what's really good about it is if I disagree with someone about one being musically on the final. There's nobody says to me you have to change if I don't agree with them. I'm like well I'm sorry is what it is an unknown journey. Like I don't want to stay on things I was thinking the next songs going to be. I suppose I'd imagine that there was a moment where one route to creativity closed and then you saw another one, it sounds like you were more proactive. The next listen when you love as you were relationship if you partners gone off the like hide it when you're in a situation where the record label is a relationship. When those Funchal stop coming on people don't see a little bit like people get embarrassed because people that you really love at the record label. They don't WanNa get in both signed away from you and it's sides because I'm not a big bridge power now I think things happen when they happen you don't have to. Private these things I'm about increasing my crazy train note making it smaller something doesn't work how ready looking what am I gonNa do now because I am a compulsion to create things whether it's a piece of all some clothes. where? Else would be. I'm very came to kind of be in control of to create if they haven't always Spain. So you single by choice. Single by circumstance but certainly, I'm not GonNa, you know when I was younger I found enough at the trump of for hat. You know now I'm older I realized why I thought was love wasn't just hysteria you see to neck for attracting straight men if you believed us even a thing. I think sexuality is what it is. You know I had a great conversation with Eddie out about this. They don't show these drag Queens. He was tool. Kennedy the saying straight and he's a guy it was really rude anyway science about it and he said if you look at sexuality like a root lot. Extremely strike extremely guy, and then everyone else comes somewhere along that line, but you can also sort of tip over here on. This are you. She's sniff up. On the Internet buying used underwear. You mentioned Leib our. Your friendly Australian performance artists married a woman Disney married Nichola who is very, very dear friend of mine still. especially. Love Nikola he absolutely loved you know and I think the love between. All my best friends are women, all the people love in the inside world women strong women. Those the kind of women are melting I was a kid. Colin Shirley Bassey. Martha Forbidden. Physically. Intimate with a woman Oh. Yes. I've done a few things Larry. Me This. Overly intrusive. So you can be physically attracted to a woman when I think you have to be pre un-imaginative not to look beautiful person per site and guy, you know I mean what's the difference between at least straight men? Replace, these fans only sites foil gay men to watch psych showers and do ever they're doing play with themselves is such a phenomenon of the Times you know and to really interesting Toubon are one off the subject. What was the question again, the question was to do. Women attractive absolutely just because you're trying to sexually arousing is somebody regardless if the sexuality cousy due to look Logger Benicia heads. Response, how can it be anything physical response with positive you getting bigger or moist? Exclusively, a sexual experience you know when I was at school I remember my English teacher Mrs King She was quite severe. She pencils tonight silk blouses the ruffle you know and she was at a head. She's like this slogan she used to come to me and I'm happy but I, remember I used to call it clever. Had checked richer because she was so strong and confident. And I. Think there's something very sexy about come to didn't did you ever think you might be ago when I was about seventeen that was a brief moment site wearing heels and stuff, and it will seriously I did contemplate briefly owned up. Gandhi. But they're not realize that no I like my man tackle too much an. Ago. With man tackle now. That's the gift giving us an. What I get from you Georgia's the you've got an admirable level of self possession in the sense of self also life skills I I want to call it toughness is that what it is like you're not afraid of speaking your mind and you're not over worried about what people think about you. Thing I try not to be self conscious. That's one of the things that really bothers we took my nerves nerves the kind of great. But when someone is like I knew about how they're going to look Cameron. I wish by example, because Barry always look bags he was very should be I mean down by obsessive. If you go on your arm not Tattoo. Wow. Very an uncle stew cap woman. Liebau raid. season. Legendary figure from the punk scene is woman still around. Yeah. On Berlin on your mom here, I'm going to get an Rei such. As an outsider to the I. Suppose Gay Community certainly like that world that you came up in that kind of club scene in the blitz kids why is if you've grown up in a world where you're going to suffer best ostracization social stigma and it was possibly being beaten up, you have to acquire an Alma you have to acquire a sense of let the re toughness because. Otherwise you'll be made mincemeat this much tougher when I was a kid I had a mouthful I. Remember my mummy's got mad because I get hecker builders go but I think now I got a great rate off for drama I will happily Galvez shrank carriage cross a road that is no problem for me because I think my radio is three strong with to avoid drama that was almost Become an item can't Sepla snow making me unhappy is making them unhappy over the different view if somebody's going out the way to help people as different to be vicious online stuff and if I have come airing into that booty thing I'll, I'll stop myself and I'm happy say to someone actually that was a joke I didn't mean to be offensive along the same story people enough to you know people have to. Be a bit cooler about things I'm aware that we've been speaking for a long time I think it's brilliant. It's just been such a pleasure I. Hope you're not feeling too exhausted. Between the We covered most we could talk for another hour I'm sure. Is there anything? The music that's around the other people are doing at the moment. You've collaborated with. Collaborations coming up the new album I've just done is fun of collaboration Clinton's on their. Schneider. Clinton is on their. Children is on, it must be quite old. Now he's in his seventies and he's still hang on your daughter yeah. My goodness what did George Clinton do does he sing on the album things on? The back vocals. So we had lied vocals calls in the room. Did you do that virtually? Shepherd's purse and he was in the room and he was George, Washington did yeah. George Clinton why are you? So surprised I'm George, I was there. And sinead O'connor did you say? No sinead O'Connor sings on track with me call deficit, which is Yoko Ono's song. Originally what happened was I was getting people into Karna sing with me and then when she nights on senior song, she's kind of talking. It's quite so smokey and quite broken and beautiful. As the only coaches sound so good. I'm just going to use. and. The where I coming out guy like. Yeah cool. Cool how? Did. She comes voice sounds amazing. George can I just say thank you. Thank you I've I've turned into a jazz singer that's pretty rare. So almost like Billie holiday someone hey, we're getting getting pink. We've been going a long time I WANNA ask you one question. Every Christmas you come around it's one of the featured vocalist on. Do they know it's Christmas obviously, right like it's so iconic but I just recently realized Culture Club didn't play live aid. Why was that? Well, I messed up. I was out of the wise engaged chemically. I mean. It's an I think it was a stroke of luck that we didn't do it because I wasn't nfl site to do it and it would have been the officer of Queen. C terrible over you had an invitation to play it wasn't that you weren't asked. Yeah. We originally asked and then I think everybody was just looking at the state of just going. This might be more harmful than good and so they basically didn't follow up on it and I didn't pursue it. I didn't realize not weren't in a good place. No Oh super personal. Insofar. As you head chemical issues if you WANNA put it like that you believe in. Yeah. Now on the fame or do you think that ever would have happened that might have been part of what was going on I think when I was seventeen anos living in Walsall Birmingham was living with Martin Tech Ville from Z. Sputnik Zeke sputnik is going to not mean much a lot of people hate to say, George, you know we'll take you two seconds to Google Google it younger pete will make your life so much power laugh soil if. It up now shoot it up. Anyway. So Mountain I live with Malton and people were necking speed. They will diet pills that you took and they were on the scene I remember taking quite a few of those and then having a very nasty experience on them. Ended up kind of loosening and ended up in hospital. So for years and years, I was very anti drugs and we'd go mad if anyone in the band was caught smoking player and was plea unreasonable about it. And then it kind of I think what fame does it putsch as Bowie says puts you there where things are hollow know those sorts of people that peddle drugs they want to be around what you've represented there near the whole rock and roll thing. Is Talk Sake, and its alluring and eight doesn't take much. And why not that myself now is I'm not someone who could do one of anything. Whether. It's a biscuit or next to see javelin areas icon to chocolate chocolate the monkey on my bike chalk in the last few months. Turn away obviously since Christmas, I'm probably about twelve and a half. Stoned right now, I was seventeen. Wow. I decided at Christmas I was going to college And you follow that quite strictly. Yeah and I'm ready Osama radio I make great vegetarian theory you raw vegan no. I'm not Vegan that you -tarian vegetarian is cheese love chase. Sorry for the animals or for the sense of wellbeing I think both and I'm not a Gung Ho nightmare. Have a restaurant somebody as a hamburger. Choice you can't tell people what to you cannot. You can just do what you do, and it's the same with this whole social distancing is like I've seen people very obvious taking care. People that should be taking care and you just think well, I can fix. Just wandering you know this whole thing, it's a unique experience. Some people do have a very gung ho attitude. And maybe that's what keeps them safe. I'm getting frantic messages from. The producers saying we've. Didn't like you really that's nice to hear that. Thanks George. My thoughts are with you and with your mom I really hope she's doing better me too. I. Spoke to yesterday that was amazing. She's a little bit more calm than. Listen. Thank you for that and I Apologize Profusely To nothing to apologize but now. is also skill. My bad have is tweeting drunk. The kids are in bed begging. Oh Twitter anything I'll. Maybe I'll tweet something. Funny. go so wrong because you're affectively on your balcony standing in front of two million people drunk or at least the worst where and that's not a good. I'm going to turn this off turnoff will bring would invite. Catherine and pullback back and we didn't even go to offer the places don't go. Around to would you? I'd love that. Let's call. It added another thing. You've been listening to grounded with Louis through my guest today was boy George. This is a mind house production for BBC radio four and today's production. elves were Paul Kodak and Catherine Manon and to hear future episodes as soon as they're available, just search for grounded with Louis through on BBC sounds and subscribe. Hi I'm Katherine Vaux Harsh an I'm Sarah. Keywords where COMEDIANS separately couple together with a host of you'll do the podcast that gives you insult insight into perfectly imperfect love. Yeah. 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Prememento #132: Season 4 Episode 11 - Louis van Gaal

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Prememento #132: Season 4 Episode 11 - Louis van Gaal

"You can just feel. The details can feel extreme moments. And if you don't want to put these together and you get the feel of person. I'll tell you honestly i will look if we have fifty nine percent win ratio and the primarily. I am not playing mind games. I'm talking about fights discussion. Never pixie bulleting doing the work. That's what people's trying to pinks and climaxes to get let down by officials. You know role on rail. Whether i'll be too old to see but that's why you need. The i prefer to speak speak in big trouble. The best i can say describe off what was really good. I'm gonna have to be careful with this one because wall sometimes we go off on a tangent at the start of the podcast as football related or pass no related. This won't is employment related so moines at current job recently and by the time this comes out now have been a couple of weeks old. We had to take look big office. Picture and say office are departments very small. That was a big pitcher as one. That was the size of a woman. We have to social distancing. Let me four people. Which thirty foot. Long and not most photogenic person of all time. I'm not a big fan of it and also as well which is just so very easy lead into what's coming up in terms of. Have this picture dr for me personally. When you've got a big glass to solve through something with your hands is the debt of we had to get behind the back. Yes opioids caught personal fro. Free kick your lot. You the thing is is that we had to wear masks will will during this which a coyote narrowly this again dow's deep into my own twisted cake twisted. It's just a bit particular which is decided that more particular mask or didn't purchase. Personally all i was given it Moy significant other. And i've just so of held onto this mosque four. It's not necessarily could charm. It's just something alannah and on so of pasta. Not in terms of the whole idea of it and the concept of it in terms of damascus. Self is a cairo pattern and you often say a blow with a jacket that is in place into the full logo and think he so. I'll bet he likes on mask so it's a little visually putting and in this particular picture that we had to type work on my show just immediately thought. This is more media. I shouldn't coordinate. The toll of balusha mali shoes with the blue lacey's moist of dot blue trousers. Not gonna wear cow mask. This is unacceptable was Unfortunately you'll previous comment is exactly. Won't molly fight was which was able to do it at all and there were three distinct shots each shop or had a distinctive gesture and the thing is when you hit the camera go enough so at that point you'll hunter stuck. There's no point moving because you've ruined the shop so for one of them and again. This is a slow visual cues. So i'm gonna try and describe this as much as possible. Wall assigned film showing car. Percents fossil sultry. Yes hand under the chin. Elba across the desk. The second show our lowest. I'm not totally sure. I wanted to be leading across the desk carrying a so as you referred to. I still tree pose all just go with the classic arms folded solid gear and then looked around everyone else and a little bit hostile compared to where for announced here like gas. Who doesn't really want to do this in the background and for no particular reason. Don't really on the sun unbear- motorcycle. I haven't actually seen these pictures. So they won't be badges on ventilating the senate on Behind the chair. Which in theory is great. Because you remove your arms to the equation. They're not doing anything. But at the same talk in these pitch mortlock have no offense which is working a unique selling point that's They still believe me on to waseda not just more car. Employable also previous employees when he was being interviewed for my last one st of employment as woah. There was a discussion in interviewer by potentially presenting youtube videos. Lucky in many aims if you unequivocally without thinking just yet from the after ogle given the job my brain suddenly went. I'm not sure about this. There is a reason why we have yet to launch our official youtube channel in the grunts stall that we definitely will at some point as nothing to do with the fact that i'm actually camera. Multiday default to discredit content. That we provided. Where do we have to tall him. Nice true and in talk about jetson strategy aides straight to your ears get definitely get the full hair the content. This is the permanente podcast. Menam is true. It quickly unlocked. Samis attleboro is always the first season. We went from guidance. To game number one seconds home around two thousand eighteen twenty nineteen all the way back to the very first incarnation of the premier league. Last season we told the story of the Apply themselves on this season. We are one step further and looking at the manages. The held those plays fights in their hands. I mean towns of what we're talking about to die to paraphrase a anecdote from his days on the continent. He quite down. His trousers pointed out his nether regions. You got no bollocks. Hey symbolics took about metals on the table is a metaphor for the everything is going to say. You need a biggest. We'll talk about all of your employees show. I mean that's like united kingdom border. You kind bail. Get into his antics. Shall we say might be off the Join the coast and to get into it on the question. I ask stuff every single. Podcast what is your general consensus opinion of. Louis van gogh spending that you mentioned caufield caught it on ticks to begin with because any really two things that come to mind about my hall in england once tree and the other is off. Failed it it you have to build. It's the you'd if you can call it. A few more grudge with was in. They lashed in the journalist. Recall the fatman. Once in an oppressed sprints every week the district like all you know fat counting the other thing which i know is not true but it seems like the era was when as will come onto. He wins the trophy. I'm a boy. Thank god sect tunnel with that. Very shortly i would say is that in terms of his speeches. The minority club dinners at the end of the season. While legendary or seventy manages the seventy plays and so of wall around football people that you ask the question would you the guy for apartment. This person van gogh department. Anyone looks if it because he was smashed at these dues honestly. There's so much that we could do just didn't go to the the perception of vat gall the mon- the monitor everything and within that brings us back to what you said. Which is the idea that he gets out to. My tunnel is not quite as it does. Lead itself into a quote. The he walks to the press conference and goes not bad for someone who's had a noose around the neck for six months by and he walked would've been one of the greatest comebacks in history we would god. Don't care what you do in the bedroom mate. Congratulations into the trophy. Sadly that did happen. But how would it stood up road even leeann appoint what we are referring by the way. If you've completely oblivious to this which is you know the muggy to people out there this was the final game of the eight sixteen season the fa cup final. We've actually already approached this game to a degree from another aspect in terms of crystal police. Everyone remembers unapologetically. Duke it out on the top with the rhythm feeling the rhythm money not win the called crystal pilots two goals to one. If you wanna go go out and winning trophies how are we supposed to be done pose and almost goes down as a final webuye Trophy table that matter. It always gets walked over united actually want that trophy. It's just a policy. That's i mean he gets whatever coupons you managed this. What school actually actually went to action. Sally is just that moment in time. It is like a matinee wrapping by wrapping gloomy. The so much there that's going on the no one knows that there is one threat that i wanna pull out just quickly. Which is the obvious one. I think this starts probably early. The number by suggests go with. Maybe dog leash. Kornel vol wins another one leaves. The club talks about wins Goes eight all three examples. That i've just named there are obvious. Votes within the details applying in relation to their ambition and also. The days happened more than once is this now. just the dumping roy. the morality of it and the frequency of it are two very different things bios. I think it's something that's being a bit more accepted now. I inside of the big clubs on site. I mean well. It's generally big trump's trophies. Just got up with that. But i suppose you could lead to the fact that in the global football world as it's kind of seen by an i mentioned livable manual. Is it the Mina trivialities really you look into types of recent reports about beaufort's towards changes to the structure premier register. It's the priorities of the big clubs now about funding often home. Engineers that unites them all about commercial aspects of football specs. I try some low fat that you can win the trophy. Quite a historical trifling is like. I don't mind either. Teams have done as well. Just not seen in the boardroom. For big folks looking at the balance sheet rock it demonstrates a example. The wider disconnect. I think between the fan's and paper clubs because most fans like winning trophies but he's not going to potentially sell shirts in malaysia. Any country in say the other thing is while i was going say about that as the east this and get a month totally show themselves as saying. Is it something this just slowly behind the homes. But i'll just say something happens or happened on the continent a lot. More often lockheed look around madrid. Barcelona not certain degree maybe a slightly lesser one. Is it a case of standards. A higher is a case of playing in with this whole here. We have loyalty on the continent. And i have not you know old. Stereotypes is there anything in more. Just really going to this. One i think links to topic we talked about previously of the strengthen that historically in the big leagues. You've betrayed bossa mentioned those type of teams historically. That hasn't really been a huge amount of competition hasn't been a spread into the league. The big trophies. I mean you know back top-flight england's at least four teams in the league. I mean a lot of those were a wide. God thinks a similar number of different teams. If i i'm because you've got that spread. Even if knows for one team he want. He wants a hundred years ago. That club always has what trophy and united site. It's becomes more and more like a holy grail states into of expense. We have done it. We could do it again. Maybe probably way so. It means more to them. I think there is a different culture. Starkly and ask. Jesus because on the contrary we mentioned it's expected the big things and it's like when they don't actually stands out a lot more verses in england where these scenarios do happen in terms of even you can make the arguments now about how there's less competition primarily concentrated in touch resources in the tone for top six still full or six teams. Who do you think would sound like a law but compared to most leads us exorbitant implicit way. Look at. I think just the way those historical expectations of god and new might get worn team. Reverse obscene y- for a while and then they conduct trump white and those teams are supposed to become more member boredom. And if not only when they maradona. Yeah i was only small time napoli. Recently they won the league. Because you've still it it kind of stretch accolades after successful teams. I mean look content of scotland's lawyer especially isis like aberdeen. Yeah what a dundee's but yeah. I think he's kind of well. I subbed dope dot called a disconnect between the big us more teams last mood saints. Wigan like renegade that year. They still paraded the food for their last game to game halftime fulltime around. And now your taking. You mentioned dean as obvious pull his. I'll wanna drive. Which is the manchester. United's we used to do things. I win things at alexa right than they did previously. This fixture unresolved actually fits really weirdly in the middle of those two things because you would sigh. On the ferguson. It would be result. Never indicted just pick up the trophy. I'm move on. Alternatively on the other side of the coin in this wildfire can only be one thing all the over eight. Of course they're gonna My neither terrible terrible plas- monitor needs to go etc. This fits square in the middle. The one of the best policy to show and they still got the jump buddy of talking about breaking things together. Nice think first big trophy. fa. I nineteen ninety. You not big police. Dot cat froggies job. I mean there's the mark robins idea round carnival a winning not trophy. Kennedy's john generation. Really the gap between nights to win. Yeah we're on the right trump and giving them a chance ninety nine hundred about how we expect to win. If i cope we would actually a total if you lost the palace but we'll give it up judas to welcome at a long table. I've known the show for you out the door. Extra ten seconds was all the merit that got from winning that one as illustrative of the harshness of the generational leap but also within that. Everyone looks at the angle of a big club like manchester. Not for my coffee should be doing things because they've got money because they've got the academy on to bicycle We had unparalleled success in english. wolfe twenty plus years. That's now gone. The positive came in to replicate. That couldn't go out loud. You picked up from rome with it as we go back because the four miles podcast is. We don't go from the start and finish. We go from the finish to the stop. Allstate roy now before we carry on as we go back and see through career at manchester united fucking job is the us to clear after the pie. It's even worse. It's the party's been had then. There's been a wake and the goal. He was running the way. Because made things even slightly more messia naive coming after that. Yup and i suppose there's always talk about. Do you want to be the guy afterwards. What you want to go after the guy afterwards van how was the stepping stone to ise. Descend for united. That's the question. Oh man united today of worst t the they were van halls last game. He probably have to say yes. And they weren't exactly in a great place. Comparatively went on how left so it. Just demonstration And it's happened. We've teams before happened with united actually engine. I've talked about dennis generations map. Uh speak before. It ended up relegated. Laser does not happening at this time but he just demonstrating a terrible decision. This wbz to pick up weapons went wrong. You talked about how you not. We didn't set by cope was squarely in the middle van. Howls over up. Forwards man united. It's probably square in the middle again science inside of united in the post figure era. Whatever always say here is loaded one way or the other because of moy footballing setting all those kind of cliches. Wanna just make it clear. The i'm not doing it or laying in for the sake of it. You've got your six on ready. The put them in speaking of which actually i'm gonna go Really ought to direction here. I don't think anyone would have expected me to if you've got the boots on ready to kick kick hi this particular direction. Manchester does as finish fifth in the league. And i miss out on the champions league qualifiers on goal difference to manchester city modernise. Actually because you are literally telling me if not you got one. More point in the season data finished up of muncie and not to them into your I like a very big mommy and tom this that no-one really remembers well. They i think even though socially united qualify for champions league it never really felt like that they back. Sixty more goals. But that's a bit of an ask. That's season gop hispanic. Oh yes. I talk about things. You don't remember a toll yet looking in terms of wobble points to get them and you look back in terms of the season. You know you're always trying to look for moments results that could have gone. I mean if you do walk. This one is to the obvious. one is also a game. The season away. Yeah west last game in awesome park slash. The berlin ground believe the post much ceremony from nice still going on as we speak i talk about wakes still plenty of west. I'm fancy quite over moments especially the last game drawer. This guy gets into the champions league. A winning guides from the champions league they clamber back into contention it was in the hands. And you gotta go get. It was fine. Can i figured in terms of dot sees the united some not great results listed. I think i lost away. West brom lost away at sunderland. Even though i think the way down this season should be run. Gatien ready. who does. But he's kind of december period. Weblogs looking at this Was it no goals in all of december. Jeez that's the for any money. Toward that. spot they drew that last game in november way of leicester which based on things that happen to lester from the is not going to be seen as they were fed yet to november. I was you know you. You can look back and see how we talked about. Was the sense of navigable. They lost invincibility of sleep. Modest point but i don't think even in not going to reduce the we'll see this coming because dreadful i remember i remember. I gave game a boxing day west. I remember now he's get so you're gonna see okay if you're that far in the eyes of the border yet just make clean cup and you have this kind of only a month ago. Things were going okay. Just on the league obviously. The headline of this season was mentioned less than in the league and by proxy the analysis then became. Oh everyone else was terrible. I mentioned a tottenham arsenal liverpool. So will you get lumped in with the analysis of all everyone is terrible is a case of you're allowed to hide in plain soy a little 'cause when you look at these results in themselves it's staggering. He makes it to the seasonal most because know the season Positionally that could have been a lot more punished in this. You would have been dead and buried bali february and you wouldn't have been missing on a champions league place boy golden from it would have been a good solid ten point yet. I'd did do very good job hunting. he still against this. But yeah i mean especially three ways of looking at it wanting to off everybody rubbish the silo. Rubbish seasons giveaway. You cannot everyone else's rubbish funny week kind of had a slight upturn in full in terms of you talk about run in december five games. Those goals you win. Freedom that takes you to seventy five. I mean you already. And there's a game nydia season. United isn't drool united with my game. That puts them so. I tell it seventy seven point. It takes less down to eighty. Then you won't win and you're a whole hodgepodge that of terrible results this season. I think once you're in the realm of you have to change for results to stretch. I don't think the key thing here is in not running december. The three losses bull must norwegian stoke. And you just like oh yeah it's would like from an outsider's perspective of the way so inexplicable but i do think there is a hangover from the champions league will dot sort linked with nonstick signed by the teams that they lost to in the league for the group of death. This i think it's the wolfsberg gave the fun group game. i remember. It caught him quite entertaining game. I mean the talk about how he's always defensive. Know conan's really boring. Casey ninety white but will the big christmas was all he did. Bring don ashley. Young bench hebrew on powell. If you argued about whether ashley young should be coming on that stage. The deeper issues. Yeah as we have identified. I think also as well it becomes a and this is not something. That's exclusive to my. You know what it is just emphasize to a much higher degree. Which is a result. Because i seem to recall when volume associate pace the fast around for on chung and greenwood and as the ultimate result but ends up coloring the narrative because my nose you would not a wifi decision might not turn this guy. What terrible decision study when you win. You can feed into all sorts of narratives especially the united way. Bring it on yes to be about to come into did bring it off You've plays furry there's also the first game of the campaign guys. V when new shore got really bad injury. United states simply aside. Never been the same last since i think it's a fair cop given what he's initial trajectory was the when he saw in for the club. Auto covid area for the next ten years. I think it's best to say. you know. I still haven't lockdown back. Yes tonight and you know talking about. When they signed his lock in thousand previous season that will come on in terms about health. Transfer record genuinely so interesting conclusions to be drawn because we've also mentioned in terms of van hull so forces kind of been against them or some steaks so things he did. Well you look. In terms of that season the transfers in memphis. Dpi mateo damian. Last insurance get more charlotte. Mary anthony marshall that has young potential and consulate resolved veterans. Sort so he got kind of wet a still come out and said i went. I went to united. I'll be out supply to order glasses. I wanted everyone to comply from turns out. It wasn't tree. I don't remember would be as much of a thing back then of now. Every with david saw liens useless. It's obvious tomato. But he's doing the same job. It's just the emphasis shifted slaughter. Yeah concert the longer. You are unsuccessful. The more focus is going to be in terms of those players. Only to the club wants to reserve the over fox Guesses marcial think yet. So fast dick but what you can't site for. The rest of them was just aged. Schneider lid was a bust. Come allen blamed on health and i said Being too so they'll told because you look the why the minute what's he played football onto vinyl slightly you would think would fit profitable enough red institutional edge and he said wannabes made jeter on. How was the von house like two disciplines audible plan optionally out actually be quite useful. These being sold kennedy got. The pie ended up in unmitigated disaster. Unfortunately i think he's scored in against talking about things that you forgot things early on in the season villa park. I pointed on game. Do this is another thing. That's going to become so used to seeing twenty twenty we trendsetters such innocent most as well servi innocence from perspective about how bad does was going to be so. We'll move on about season quickly in tom's off. The two thousand fourteen two thousand fifteen season as we move back positionally. You could be a lot noise to them because they finished fourth. I qualify for the champions league. Which by the way broad usually for. Monday not i actually in the season so boyle fourth and seventy points on the face of it doesn't actually look like an improvement on the previous season. Actually yeah funky. These provided a lot of wall so in terms of the perception not improved for the season. It wasn't a sense like fourth but the end of the season wasn't particularly right. It's all about storm layover. The lord and we talked about at a previous seasonal following season depending on which all over the weekend which way you well into the. We've had a few drinks at this. Well you said again that way. At the end of the season we talked about carnival. You pick a few results here and there. I could get hot on the table. In terms of fia knighted this season especially at the end of the season. You pick results here even if you end up winning all those games you are still not going to win the league. Because they was a comfortable win. That season for chelsea finish eight points had a second lease four less games in terms of looking at the numbers again. This season such a comfortable ties wins is. He wasn't goal-difference on the last night. But you can see in terms of the aim would have been on hall get champions league. And he'll say well. I got champions league. It was a bit of a mixed season. As it were spurs last the season they are playing. Hold music stopped. they would go down anyway. Recollection from funding news is the west brom afford leave. How all these big teams. He's managed trophies won. That westbrook would be like mrs change coal in the process of manchester going from To what they all. The woods are very obvious transition in mental aspect of it from how you sold them by four years before they sold them in this moment in time on one of the things that stood out to me in this moment on that meaty hub that aura is not necessarily the perception but the reality of this is just goal that loic every mokpo so there will be a team. That's not not since the sixties they get that false result against him in fifty or something when we talked to by the following season. We mentioned that lot noise. Get the win against them. Was brought here like swansea. Due to double over themselves hampton win a old trafford and football teams. Do lose from on. But when i think actually when you look at it again trying to say of the podcast i think it goes to show you more when the hawks wa than the actual level book what that does is tell everyone that this is the new level. Yeah and it means that you can have spells of the season. We got a great run and won't result happens if i go no going again. Because the big road for them things kind of november city. Forty two bit jenner actually fully until they play time out. They wanna unbeaten run. They won most games in that scoring goals. Fed stage thinking okay. Yep realm the shoulder in case chelsea how dr they didn't but losing the south hampson losing the swazi. Those games they lose next free most actually until the end of the season fall out not mentioned but you can have those with. They go on a six game. Winning streak does amount because lost away. It's once he gets caught a white from the record. Really maybe have been different. Probably not both if they had about stop this season talk about saying the tempo at the wrong kind of pace mentioned swazi. Did over the first game of the season. I hope swansea. We'd say one okay. This is what we were quite literally you and then a couple of a wage rules subtler burnley which don't quicken the pulse as it were but then you from the united perspective you light We have not a great stop like popeye spinach. We've got some degree there's some greens put full angle demaria I mean he didn't sign after his games just before. The transition plays home game against. Keep y'all with four nil. He scores best proud pitch. I yeah this is what you don't eat your. This is a new era. We're going to be high. He was seen as a cake for recollection. They've been come off a really really good cup while from our own nba yet and you see it even though it was just about sixty billion was seen as bad valley. Big incentive quality player coming into the primarily peak of career. Roughly jock i get. This doesn't happen very often. We got to enjoy this heat in the joy of your top targets the way because a symbol for this corner of error noah. Yeah and some of it some of it not his fault because one of the games i remember they scores in. This era is the game after the. Keep your game. And she was a great goal but that game that result almost stand out like a beacon of the red lights of lashing out because it's less than five and from free. Yep and it's always been peppered. Even when i sit were donald virg- that have a hoarder canal to get away from home southampton downhill adele things like that. But usually when you got smashed is body office complete aberration year behind from. Start to finish this kind of a flashing terms of. Don't squander leads. We do to open a free result is mentioned by money. It's quite often is a waste of time and come back with five free. That's what united this is the united. We're gonna mind but happen to them. Guys lasta not good even though after that they win the next game going to be able to run not were ships away and as a massive massive chunk you down and even though de maria is committed to to say like yielded his that coined led to in some opinions some reports of red from united funds. Not resolves. okay. We're going to play left her. Now we're gonna go on back. I'm gonna be defensive. One of the previous full choice for this era does that depend maria. There's still some. Shall we say lighthearted trolling. He's enjoyed scoring against them is also a joint so very poor results against them and united enjoyed reminding him yes sports which again is how much in terms of taking great delights in controlling a former players caught up. The united fraternity were has the opinion that maria just did fancier you know in my just slightly unfair even though it can be true. I mean i think he's wife's made some comments about mind. Justin the delightful place in the world and is easy to say. I just suck up. You're playing football. You worry about rain in four hundred days a year because some extra days a manchester because they've raised that much of an imf fox if you're from a completely different culture yeah i mean it's difficult. Your quality of life isn't just about what you're picking up in your wages and south looks a bit. I mean it's unfortunate times look into football contribution it was assigned united even with that money call by the way troll we talked about it transfers for the second and how season the rest of them for this first eaten luke. Sure you're already mentioned. And the harare comes in daily marcus. Rojo valdez comes in on for. He'd probably say overall in terms of success. That's probably slightly following season but gained in terms of those plays. You got nukes sure. Who we mentioned still club. Rojo is technically savvy trying to get rid of you know for the last seems two years harare left on a free blends they find it much together which is rafi noises in the last few years and actually get somebody been in foul Yes so by you chips on the table. That is a gambling double zero. Yeah i think contribution was hardly topless because the amount of muscle tissue had left in his legs point in terms of the overruled transfer window so it applies made some contributions. But we talked about that. He's sentiment united the gradual decline depending on where you win in terms of those players who made the biggest impact to the united in terms of want to finance would say good. Job herrera probably. Yeah lind maybe there are remember. He probably had a bit of criticism of the end book. Harare bulldog maria. If you're putting a united best united eleven so at the decades the united best eleven of the post faguy era there's peruvian argument. He began it. Which i think shows the descent of united incapaci- weather nothing guys aurora goodlatte. You know let's put it this way how you tip so that gives you an audio effect as having but it's in terms of the gradual decline from great good. It doesn't necessarily have to be as we said. somebody's terrible. Brilliant to extremes so many good solid platt it could be a symbol in the wrong way. And i think in terms of the van how to transfer those overruled hasn't really left too much of an impact on you don't today which gonda demonstrates how they have just been in transition. Yeah and that's all sorts of reasons kind of on the field of field as perpetual motion without actually going anywhere. I do think it's funny though. A more the slowly too harsh insulting on a certain individual with minority credentials here. But tom's of an overall minority post folks. Best eleven applies. You would put into the police five or some warm not necessarily the most corrective not necessarily the most flat. They're not necessarily the most exciting to watch. It will be a very. you said. Just the transfers from not foster. He's gonna find all there's a theme running through it and the themes is necessarily or want to see these lots of play. It's they'll give you commitment. They'll give you doggedness. Give you solidity. They'll give you a posthumous in the taco. Which is on what you want. And if you're going to be dot coined of playa you have to be the very best and this have to be careful. 'cause i'm trying not to pigeonhole roy keane into this box but he's that coined apply even though he says he's but he because he's so good days. Please don't get anywhere near him in regards. That's where the level of quality comes in. So you can have toy apply but you're going to have that type of plaque by have to be so much better than these ones dot and i'm not trying to slam her. Our on a to slam direly planned. They were functional. But my you know what it should be. Really aiming for higher than functional. Yet if you're going to have to play. Which is folks shoulder caught again. The hard lads celebrity win than people will tolerates it. And i think tall rights. Probably of it. If you've got a combination of you don't win and you know there's always this angel debate. We tease out the club. Way encircled name here. And i'll looked like united have a perception of play attacking football. So if you have a combination of not acting and successful team in iran savings than the patients you get is a lot. Less and won't say about. Harare is that he would be ineffective team. It'd be one of their score. Plays they talking about sign off. Eggy is great rotation appliance. Plug been running games and then take him on yet right. you said. There's a role for that reason why you were successful. It's called a disguised slam so would discuss it when he was doing on a pitch out of. Yeah you said so. Lack of it could have been so different. Though was i especially. If what in again you have to treat these courts with a pinch of salt because when she says oh. What could have done this or wanted to do this. She's like really. Did you said the desk everyday going committee. Scully or did you really just mentioned it once and then never pick it up again. An interview with fulfill to van those address the at least attempt top bringing apply with flair. I'll just do the list here. I'm not gonna did quotes way. Says these applies. He tried to gain level dusky. Pig wayne lima maai. Marris thomas miller can tie jags. Melnea such romo's matz hummel's guess liberal next year to the end but for the most part that does seem to at least play into this idea of a final wasn't actually as defensive as people saw be addressing the elephant in the room. Which was you've got a pretty much finished fantasy on. On the why. I wayne rooney comedy. Take him out the team because of their importance and their overall quality even if it is on the decline de maria hasn't worked so lots with him at as a combination dies by medicine of one got top quality. I'm context solid plastic. You need to face it scoring system. Jerry been interested of a better level of them while they ended up with definitive builder. He went to liverpool on a free. Yes and the toll could time was always caught a washed up. I think they've done. Okay would suggest even those kind of tons the ones where out the time you might want. Is somebody like a day. Think this is going to be the end of the wealth. If we don't get it there's no doubt big impact. Is it harsh to say. The swansong wasn't attempt to do a milliner was attempt of just get somebody with some gravitas. Fortunately was injured when they signed him and that was kind of it really couldn't ever get to a place where like applying directly. Wiki week out funding. I think he did. Not guys. viladot mentioned. Yeah finally well. Speaking about games that can live in the memory enough a season lee cop gay second round in the second round for the first time in like twenty years milton. Keynes i'm k- kind of got stuff going on of have found loyalty and assess law. The we're kind of on k. Don soit. we're allowed to see the hilarity from that perspective. Because very few people actually southbound side of the fence and saw it with them in anything and it was quite funny. Saudi defense the bill from a neutral perspective. Mk don's win. Four nil took about way come sensitive and k. Don scores will greek schools state. Jay benefit take comes off the bench city A loss on the result at even beyond the goal scorers daily. Avi is in this team for the dogs. George bolduc who play ship the united states. Now sabic roberts who's of no interest to anybody that used by villa so remember that name dean martin not martin engulfing westbound eighty zero players. You all that to greece james place. Monday united not not one in terms of plsy. Why talk about. You've figured out mentioned it. Powell. liga's hooked on the second half book talk about graveyard in terms of our people who play in this game. Donnie whaleback on this carolina will forget so quick understood. You'll think just kind of. I think he realized was somebody. Dia bicycle. joni evans is counted. And you've got michalski in there as well for forget even for it yet. At the time he was called him say it could be a solid content squad option so interesting team lineup of by sites. That's kind of i mean. We could've mentioned it when we're talking about the season in terms of one specific player that will come onto the second a the balancing act as i mentioned for call isn't just winning things and this is true for the clubs but she's more true for bringing the truth is a very big deal. I mean the stoppers off the repeated many by on this podcast is about had a copy. Pirate every squat since before sackable which i know we've been delving sometimes with the spirit of bias. Nicholson this podcast. But that is impressive. Cheaper decided list of every take you've ever put out or every squad your ac years. Now we've talked about baby disconnect between the fans encarta the people running the club and called wildland wants in that teams. Is you most mountains. Tallest we won't case or let's play if you said to me the any team not just my united how totta academy But there'd be forced lebanon substitutes bench. Suzy two thousand. I'll be like fucking twenty years pretty impressive as second list. Can you imagine me talk to edwards. Manages united how including coveted findings arrest slide. Can you imagine if you will. The united manager cubs. It takes aim to break that straight. Yeah then you lose the marine comes in after about how. And he's seen as the ultimate oxbow don't like his old remember when he joined those last week's any burrito can keep the street life you'll guy to be given the fought to there our funds crime. Now now he's coined of the perfect time to do it. It will always suspect to be brokering at some point because everything happens if but as you said beatrice the results that guy. May's a b. what the crowd. If they are indeed in the stadium dom yep that will be interesting for all of us. Regardless of this is he's watching. It is an instruction in terms of trying to disrupt minority. We did file to mention one plan that does play a key role in just football aspect of it. We will link the lead but in terms of the him. Through and everything marcus. Russia comes in following on the phone. Call is actually got got really good. Report with gaulan thanked him numerous times full. What to and interested in the developmental so not necessarily for rush with the whole van. Gaal's comments on conscious. Play these kids for a five minutes here ten minutes there. You've got to give the games and he did. That weighs rush And russia took the opportunity in sometimes by blazing your winds Because of high good and ultimately how good you are someplace. It's about typing tuna when someone else's not that drake suspension whatever russia coined does about both and talk by previously in terms of the romantic historic. Perception is if you first choice strikers engine gotcha reserve if you reserves injured guts. Very few managers will do that. We discussed hey comes in europe league game a team that we played recently. Am i still conference. They did not very well. Stay rush video vessel. The seen schools goes that would be manages. He would have played the big labs for the backup frontal job how credit to him for his philosophy not being afraid to play you flash rochford. Eighties chance cemented. The next guy keeps his place to ask many schools to hand united win funding. Avi talk about perfect time. United had been doing very well caught event not brief period roundabout the stumbling along. So he said distraction. I just got a guy that's bursting in times of mediate stratos for results. I do know it's always a good look story in terms of use blackhawks fruits and you know for rush bernie does get a gold gates city which hero states issue pretty much already assured like not score against you rivals and been. You've bryce poxy. United rowley gonna get for health about funding if another player. Who gives on how credit in a sliding was surprising. Way wayne rooney rain. Rulings are soro games views. I find the best tactical coach. He's what with few for alibi. Read basically say it was passed it. I didn't wanna play a sense of forward. We had nobody else on the rough so it was kind of on the way down. But you know he's white reading even as its characters. It's snakes most unwanted. There's this element of giving you the chance and allowing that to bridge the gaps in your squad on my mother ends does want to the playas. This aci cotton necessarily him on the bench because what that would mean even though he's not going to give me kind what from. Oy fluid thinking players. But that's one of the things you have to manage. The other thing is well. We talked about any season loses to the day. Find a really interesting turnaround in terms of exploiting agreed that he's gonna come in monotone. Local and eerily similar tacoma who we talked about earlier on in the season. He has an interesting local on site survey for kawhi but we have two examples of this too is definitely enough evidence to make a bold statement in fair to say the the major in this country and indeed the funds because it was a part of this whether it be funds off my united ando fans of other clubs free quick to jump on very specific narrative and we talked about running. And why. so. If i'm if i'm gonna take self goalie for another goal just before penalty shootouts. Everyone's minds blown. It's a risk but because it comes off he suddenly one of the best tacticians. Everyone's seen even though it'd be managing round the world for allah before About talk about negative impacts. And i think if you are able to pull stunts and getaway of it the actual game that moment but also the way. The tournament had gone multi. Point talk about well. Maybe it's the first game of the world cup so holland pretty much gave him credit to do. We'll have realized spy one hall of life. Yup was that the game we've passed. Stephen headed own goal life. Who'd was after that means. We've got the tactical adamant gold coming for the penalty case. If you've been incredibly harsh there was a law kind of after that. I lost ninety kind of progression tournament to be fair. If that's night you only on this. I don't remember the game against mexico route. Sixteen mexico will probably the team. That will be two minutes to go mexico halloween. So you want to go. You got the court vinyl. You mentioned where. The goalkeeper comes on costa rica. neonatal dreadful river recollection but they win semifinals argentina. Neil guys the penalties. So it'd be extra she'd go while you kind of lose intervals insecurity. i mean. They do beat brazil in the first place playoff bump by by state brazil if they could have sent sandcastles onto the pitch it was all about times of need not seventeen golf swing all there in the last game a glitzy much against everything nil cotton of this listener but yet that we talked about we call and say are seen as a tactical innovation before he came. We know on this bandwagon hall. Yeah dot crazy. Well seen as a crazy tax coping with the goal say calling the seventies confed baton. England usually do a world cup so stock was high Got again and well. We mentioned when it comes to united. The star was dreadful. The wheels came off any quickly gloss as as chips. But yeah we talked about stop about. How big manage big clubs. Big countries the world after that world cup. If you ask most people how about how to do. I need is it. The fate would have been really well. Good appointment then. You read the now kind of asteroid cities like leftover league and did they qualify for. The champions. things have happened there. I always like such as your monthly turnaround. it's not going to be easily explained. Voiding one thing. I'm reluctant to even offer this up as an excuse so found also monitoring. Why would hold them in. Some eventually gets tight in house to combat. Too tight triumph. Monday noted in an example with which he specifically so into mites. This is paul of the problem. Has to go away to america for high profile Toll which he's not necessarily convinced of the value of saint quest but now since time at a guy in another link between the fans and the commercial side of it is purely for commercial reasons. Get the money for the sponsors. You could say that helps to close in terms of increasing awareness increasing the brand general that type of stuff vowed stowed huge by but then you look at the flip got fans kind of overseas. They look at seat. The closure which we basis for them does a generational change we off as in probably the lust of niro where boy the general perception the general response. You get when people ask you. What team you support for them is by spoiler team. It always a bit exotic. I mean talking about in terms of faddish sheep intention Another strike you in terms of live out. Okay there's not an row you know. Want to know more about that story. You would see. And i do remember slightly more prevalent but people would grow out of it think whereas now economy life plasco toys of america australia. For raise funds. Statement of the shirts carnival. There's a natural scenic of me goes. You don't care how you can really be moving unless there's at pacific lincoln pacific reason i suppose in terms of took modern day on top. It is probably a bit of an old fashioned way thinking really who can define while the van. How yeah. I see. I understand on a foot boarding level you would choose to have a longstanding tournament over america just stuff the most of your team of the but it is kind of up charges. Issue that kind of big shift between commercial football states in the battleground the age age-old device is a very apt word. Said understand what they saw. Is i think most funds do on stunned that. Like the revenue stream on the more money on from beliefs sponsors. You accumulate it so that you can spend on be better especially at the very very top level the so much money and also as well on lincoln alternative era you've got city with virtually unlimited funds chelsea aren't necessarily spending as much as they were but dive Resolve of cash if they be too deep into it and minority have to reacting coined to that if talks about perpetual motion and stunning. Still even if on piper. The club isn't going anywhere has to move in a direction because if it doesn't it will ultimately fall away so with all that being said. I think it's fairly straightforward to go yet. We'll give us the cash because look what we've got compete with but on a very fundamental basic level. You've got porn tie. Being where alex ferguson left the club point be where you want the club to go obviously in the middle ways diving. Mosey six months of fun all entirely. Sure if this makes it harder for van to get two point billy the raw i would. Things are going to troy. Prevent you from getting there in terms of chelsea liverpool arsenal. Every team in the premier league's going to try and take points off. Yeah so dame's that you wouldn't even think i would sabotaging yourself in such a way. That's almost the legacy of minorities in the last few years. I think i'd hall how to free Deal he'd made it clear. It was the day. Free is one of the reasons. Originally after two was because e hand indicated. He wanted to renew that was marino valuable. They want to wait until the year. So if you take about holidays would nightmare freeze. Why definition he is that stepping stone not interim between that point. He doesn't have to win everything he just has to put you in a position to win things again and in terms of where they were before he came in a solidifies. The ship. they don't get worse. But i think the feeling was in terms of for years. Maybe not recession was at the end of two. You're not quite ineffective. Turn the ship around close enough to shore about. He's treatment type. Unfortunately buddy ended up to justify kind of the third yet on is unrealistic. Expectations of the united is unrealistic expectations. About how they can do it for years was ever sensible strategy today to begin with you put big manager big money success. Von hull starts the recent trend united obvious not necessarily as simple as less success marina after he wins europa league strikes success thank comes second one yard arena as tom's gone on. That's look better. It has but i think that just sums. Oh how things have continued to drift. The united coming second is probably in so people's is bovine achiever win them. Context is everything. If you've removed what kind of before the obvious part and just go moi's vanguard marina natural progression the problem guys where it was before those yet and he takes a moment to destroy something. Takes a long time to rebuild it to the end. I think it's best if bring it to a close now. We're not quite done yet. Which is decided that worrell one of us some very obviously biased against money noted. That's not me obviously clearly. Been to slamming man. We all know you ought to neutralize cleal in that regard. Neither one of us necessarily has all the insights regardless of the research and attention to detail with which we void so when i joined we went and sports defines a by and eventually some of them got back to us so we had a festival would not when it comes to some point somewhere else say this probably more where indicate to what they came back with in regard to death thoughts on his time at manchester. Not at all the things we've been talking about throughout this podcast. Football on this podcast. Hello never cease to amaze me in the sense that you wouldn't have thought i would have necessarily enjoyed talking about a man. United centric figuring such a and other may not in a horrible wide but with troy to get the hot of. He's regardless of my legions of really interesting in deep topic but also the thing is the share openness willingness of the funds to join us in this as it were and ultimately as i said balanced this except which wants to get to the heart of the matter. These are the people that represent not hot these the people that were there and you know the emotion of old is what they carry with them and ultimately want to find out both from a statistical point of view and for emotional point view. What what van gaal meant to wider man. United store and got a cy. In tom's solve this season we have had some absolutely exquisite in-depth incredible contributions to the podcast from the fan perspective. This one might be the best yet. Both in terms of scale and amount of information and the so much here. I apologize in advance. If we don't necessarily get all of the first things first. We need to establish here which is in trying to figure out whether leaving halted a terrible job. We need to establish what the job he had on was something into the strike the sheer white of it and all of that is so wrapped up in the specter of david moyes to the end spoke to noted our. I'm not sure if the forgivable him it's at united the our on twitter and in terms of a starting point. What i've got here is moyes was the worst we had. We've a difficult job to so swat and did a decent job to get us in the champions league season similarly spoke to andrew wool on twitter acts andrew underscore wall and hear. Some of those thoughts are records some of its expanded. He says. I think we all knew that when sir alex ferguson left the club the transition david moyes would encounter some bumps along the road however we did not expect the rate at which the club declined over that season given the squad that moi's inherited had won the league the previous year the opening fourteen. We won't full one against swarms get a full sense of perception that business as usual winning games trophies. High wrong on that one so within. Now you've got similar services but this one obviously expanding more into the opening and literally the phrase us there is the full sentences security. I remember watching most first game and for years. The vitry had been written off manchester. United if this plays. Is this pilot. This pilot after wally became rather comical and ultimately person that you then look to occur when fugger. Somebody's that's gonna go because you've got sets up on the back of so many times where it's proclaimed falsely that they're gonna fold a pop when moist comes in and they win so convincingly on the david swanson element era shit maybe. They're actually going to be after all obviously didn't pan out that way so everyone i think had the poll from the nation. No one really expected it would have been putt. Andrew goes onto say. The squad was in need of a rebuild our summer transfer window always had been appointed with the disaster. We've been with every player in the wall for the Gareth bil- ontario. The story goes. I believe the ferguson had done a deal for fatih algo tightness pitcher so you would say these stories and moyes of reneged on the deal. Because he didn't know enough about him. The phrase used is he was and leaving president. David moyes an omaha. Things could have been very different in that regard. Andrew hailing goes to sum up the need for louis. Van gaal ultimately. Which is that moist. Been at a depth of. Tom and we needed a manager with a big possibility. And the proven track record because for as much as has been so hauling soy of both money not its recent history. Also david moyes. It's coined a staggering. Actually think back a high good. He was perceived everton before the might that jump oso little tangible success he had in terms of trophies whereas feingold goal is the opposite. It's you've got some more. That has the trophies. Ever always go to tom. About what andrew says. We've had a big job on his hands. It's pick up those players who are left in the dressing room after david mosey sake. The thing is in terms of transitioning as we mentioned dave trying to arrest the decline. And put your stamp on a squad. The as was mentioned previously had won the league twelve months before that one is definitely difficult balancing outs and ultimately as we spoke about the trump says we didn't really touch upon the ones that he sold and of got comments here van also saw the departure of a more experienced plan. Which is we five nine. nine visage. pressure is ever. As well as down. Fletcher and johnny evans and ninety. Is that some of argued. He ripped the hall. The club a nice of echoed to a lesser extent. The podcast united our said that he got rid of the fan favorites as i did. Fish philosophy somewhat happy about that now that translates into something else which was the in addition to upset in the funds from getting rid of the performances not necessarily on whole sodomy old trafford the really getting the fans down and transferred q. Titanium big crowd expectant crowd and then winning as much as they used to. I don't sell the football isn't very good. it's old. that's never a good combination get mama's from the hung funds and those much day going funds there we can we and just leaving a sour taste in them is it keeps the discontent simmering. It's not necessarily boiling over. It's not necessarily everyone's screaming for his head every week but just it's not great an although there are a couple of aspects because i think on the whole from the correspondence to say from the people that i spoke to from minority fan perspective. That doesn't appear to be over the top level of vitriol and this comes across as well in the point here. My boy under will another paul banja which is in reference to what we spoke about youth players on a means not funds won't find god Expect very defensive distribution art will be built on the tradition of youth and his of deny in reference to van. Gaal himself and the up. I have to applaud. Vanco carried on the tradition of bringing through the pleasants. 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S3E34: Bigger Than Soccer

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

1:19:04 hr | 8 months ago

S3E34: Bigger Than Soccer

"The. Trade with. Could. We should probably delete all of this. By the laws of the podcast God's we. Owe Answer. Rabbi. With. A. Oh. Hey rapids fans. This is holding the highline with Rabbi read we are brought to you by acres FC and roughnecks scarves, and we are part of the beautiful game network. It is Wednesday August Twenty six, twenty twenty messy is breaking up with Marsa via fax machine Brian Galvan learning the lessons of Em's and not hitting reply Davies Byron Champions of Europe full America has doubled up. With Anthony Robinson joining Tim ream at Craven Cottage in Saint Louis FC will be coming to an end in a couple of months as analysts for Lou focuses on saint. Louis City but all those story lines are dwarfed by the break news from the last couple of hours at time of recording five of the six hemos games that were scheduled to take place tonight, Wednesday have been postponed. Player protests over the death of Jacob Blake in the ongoing inability for America to address racial injustice. The rapid sit not play their game at FC. Dallas tonight and their home match against Sporting. Kansas City on Saturday is very much in doubt I am joined now by a man who did not get in a bar fight in Greece over the weekend Rabbi Marc Goodman Rabbi. Laurels like convicted of any on so good times. Been A. Day Yeah I. Mean I was I was focused on looking at the game ahead. Obviously, we were going to have a little bit more of a chaotic show tonight with two reviews in potentially a preview or two since we didn't get the podcast which means the Oursel- game in the. AFC Dallas game. And in typical podcast chaos format, something breaking news happens immediately after completely throws everything out of whack I guess fortunately mark we were scheduled to record anyway tonight. So we're doing this in a timely manner and certainly are reacting to the news in a way that's going to be on hopefully informative in give some good perspective to all of your listeners. All of you dear rapids fans in the next couple of days I say this with you know again, Time Sam folks recording this eight pm Mountain Standard Time on Wednesday August twenty, six, twenty twenty. By the time you're listening to this potentially Thursday afternoon or Friday. We could know what's happening this weekend in mls especially relating to the rapid game against Sporting Kansas City and I, mean, for all we know mark like we can have a whole on sit in coming our way in the forms of basically players saying you know until we get justice for Jacob. Blake. Taylor say their names the list goes on like there is a for the. Third baby the fourth time I've lost count. I'm in an emotional state mark where I have serious doubts about the twenty twenty amyloid season coming back or happening in anything that was close to normal and I didn't even I forgot to mention this in the rundown mark, the open cups, not happening this year so. Everything is awful and I think this is another. This is a turning point in an inflection point. I think in terms of athletes using their platform and their presence to speak truth to power and I think fairly or unfairly. Now you know we've seen the NBA walked out I. Imagine they're full on You know they're like gains are going to happen tomorrow aren't happening Friday they're going to have meetings several begins got canceled. I would assume now pressure as on every team that was going to play this weekend in MLS, and now especially I was. Talking before we hit the record button with one of my hockey friends mark you know the NHL all their games are take place in Canada. Their sport is predominantly white, but now just like how wearing a mask out in public in this country has become a political seat. What you do during the national anthem in this country is now a political statement. and. Now, whether it's college football whether the NHL whether it's Games taking play whether it's the NFL. Now, players choosing to play or have a walkout of their matches will now become a political statement either for the same things at the NBA and now mls are fighting for or is going to be on some level taking as ambivalence towards those social causes. I mean. You said a lot of things and all of them are really on point about. First of all the fact that a soccer podcast about the Colorado rapids is way over its head in talking about the social issues of the day. You also pointed out something really important just now that you just like the great thing about Matt is has a lot of things and he tends to say them very brilliantly fast the brilliant thing that he just said, was kind of drying, driving, drawing a dichotomy. Lean how the NHL is reacting to this. The NFL is reacting to this in the NBA and pointing out that the NHL predominantly white sports handle Analyst is a really interesting middle point I think a lot of its fans would typically be categorized as politically liberal for reasons that make some logical sense which is. A fairly internationalist cosmopolitan fan base right. If you like MLS, you've probably follow sports in other countries you've traveled frequently to other countries. You speak many languages maybe or at least you're comfortable in a country with other languages and so that sometimes has an impact on your kind of political beliefs or at least your fill philosophy of the universe and other way of saying that is You know another way of saying it about analysis. The fans are are typically fairly socially liberal, and at least kind of open minded on things like immigration because the League is full of immigrants, right you know like Bates really important for your team to be able to get under the international slot cap by handing out green cards. Therefore, you are. If you really love your MLS team, you're probably in favor of water immigration policy, which has political implications that has meaning. Or how a League addresses things like black lives matter things like Jacob Blake and Brianna Taylor and George Floyd nothing exists in a vacuum I will over oversell the point. But. the way Emma responded tonight. I was proud I was happy one game as you mentioned that it was Nashville and Miami kicked off, and then they kind of found out about what was going on I. Think the interesting thing is that In this is not to be critical. Just to interrupt you really quick Markelle Orlando Leno City hosting Nashville Lessee. fulltime three, one to Orlando. So I guess that game it was at halftime when we finally found out about insuring Atlanta thing was the first one and then basically the broadcast on ESPN plus which was the the Dallas broadcast me. Set opened up with the game spend postponed so. In Nashville. The complete none of the other five games that were supposed to take place tonight on kicked off the Colorado rapids twitter account at Colorado rapids sent out a tweet. We stand in solidarity with eclairs or both he's in the ongoing fight for racial just racial and social justice and they posted a tweet of the empty stadium in the players there somewhere on the field I'm not sure how close they are to the center circle on. It's it looks like all the players from both teams looks like some staff I'm having trouble picking out. The coaches just off the top of my head but in any case they're all wearing. Shoulder to shoulder wearing the black with yellow font, black lives matter shirt, and it looks like it's the entire teams from both squads, Colorado Dallas Nam, and then from kyw Kamara at Kaikoura on twitter. We made a decision together as players and staff to not play our game tonight because there's more happening in our country to distract. To, soccer. This is the first time I can agree. That saying quote or he's using quote say it's just a game implying the the the it's just a game Hashtag, black lives matter, and then court Ford on who did have surgery was going to talk about that folks but a lot's happened. Was Not with the travel team obviously tweeted on couldn't be more proud right. Now, our actions must meet our ambitions hoping this is the first of many attempts to achieve true all caps justice or all of in this country Hashtag. Black Lives Matter Hashtag rapids, ninety six. Thanks, Sorry that was supposed to be quick thing and then it turned into a lot that was not a sarcastic thanks Matt. That was that was legitimate. Thanks Matt But so kind of I was I was talking about your was riffing off of your point which was. Under stately brilliant, which is about the relative treatment of different leagues of this this moment in America. which is not a unique moment. Sadly it is. It is a moment which is kind of trained by the last moment you know athletes are trying to figure out in the Post George Floyd era. It means exactly every time. This happens they're trying to learn from the kind of the original. Moment which I believe happened three years ago, which is Colin. Kaepernick four years ago today was the first I. Believe it was a preseason game call on Kapernick did not stand for the national anthem, right so we're all trying to learn from this moment is basically trying to figure out like what is the quote unquote proper response and you kind of put on one end of the parenthetical. The NHL's response, which is a predominantly. White League and they play their games and I don't think they really quite know what it would mean for predominantly white league to stand up and say we really we can't play while our black brothers are being shot. You know in the streets without any due process on the other end you've got the WNBA tonight which they suspended their playoff games. Every player is still in the bubble for their playoffs took the court tonight. They were wearing shirts and They made shirts that had I don't know if you saw this map, but it's stunning image of white t shirts with a on the back of them seven bullet holes in the back of it. It absolutely gave me chills. It was unbelievable image and you know for me to watch molasses like analyst kind of falls into that middle ground, which thank God they're not as kind of tone death and irrelevant to the moment as the NHL is, but they definitely haven't taken the kind of bold stance that wnba an NBA players have made now for two to finish the thought. To some degree that's legitimate in the sense that lake. MLS players are not on the. Political or More social level that Lebron James is right like the NBA has tremendous region in the NFL has tremendous region MLS is you know? fractionally. By comparison to those organizations and so to like be the most socially outspoken or to take the most bold. Moves ever. Might be kind of out of stop the flip side of that the WNBA isn't nearly as popular. As the NBA is and they're taking extremely bolts stretch steps. It's really kind of. Stunning. So you know I say all this. My final thought is something that I kinda sat out on twitter, which is that I really you know it's important to me that the players don't play the game I thought that that was relevant I was relieves I. Think it's it's personally moving to me. I Kinda WanNa hear what they're thinking beyond. Just a tweet from Kai I want an interview with a player and I want an interview with the player also who's white. I'm broken up about this. I'm really frustrated and upset at our country at the police forces who have seen this happen time and time again, and yet still haven't figured out how to tell their officers. How to behave most responsibly when doing arrests. you know to kill a father with his children in the car isn't not kill. Sorry. Apologize to shoot a father with his children in the car is it's just unconscionable. It's crushing to me as a father as a human right and. To figure out how the players in the Colorado rapids locker room have that conversation with each other and with the fans is really important to me, and I'd love to see at some point something said that is you know a sense of leadership. A sense of solidarity is sense of understanding from those players. Although you know I I, my heart goes out to them and I feel that. This is A. That I feel like. They need. Our support in order to feel like they are. Kind of carried and supported in this moment when they take a kind of a dangerous political stand, but I also want to understand. How they're taking this and that it's not. All the players in the League decided not to play their game. So we decided not to play their games, but rather, we decided not to play the these Games because we fundamentally are broken up and frustrated and deeply distressed by what's happening in our country right now. Yeah. We'll set mark on I. Guess One thing that I should add I feel like every time this. Comes up, we need to provide this disclaimer listeners where two white guys from relatively well off families financially upon growing up, we both went to college mark I don't want to speak about your financial situation and whether or not you had a lot of student debt coming out of your programs or anything but I mean, in any case, you don't mark and certainly Sieg as A. As a member of a religious community that historically ended in recent times has been largely on repressed in had violence in anger. Towards it but I mean outside of that, you know the fact is I'm a straight six gender white guy from the suburbs and I'm probably in the upper at least upper ninety fifth percentile in terms of privilege in this country and the only other five percent. The fact that my parents were probably on the top half of the middle class as opposed to being in the you know the upper. Tan One percent so to speak you know like so. I guess with that said analysts come out with a few statements recently, they tweeted major league soccer mate has made the decision to postpone the remaining five matches they list them I won't list them on scheduled for this evening those matches will be rescheduled. So at time of recording those games or not necessarily canceled, and at least there's not initially a full-on suspension of the season or canceling of the season I should be pointed out mark. Mark Anthony K midfielder for Elliot see quote tweeted that tweet from at MLS and said we the players made the decision fix this please me implying that they made the decision rather than the players doing it and mls deciding to not push back in any way shape or form in. Mark Anthony case a really great following General Kremlin in he's been spitting fire the last couple of days. So certainly check out all his stuff on his page and then a further pinned on tweet that MLS has on their statement as well on the entire major league. Soccer Family is deeply saddened in horrified by the senseless shooting of Jacob Blake and events in Canosa. I'm still not sure on the pronunciation of that Wisconsin town, my best friend. Is from there you've my my colleague in Rabbinical School. Dance Ellsberg is the grew up in Kenosha Wisconsin. Yeah. It's kind of wild know to be blunt into be kind of flip about it. At least he's figured out one of his sermons for the High Holidays. So which is one of the things that US rabbis are all working on right now I gotTa do six Sermons Matt I have only gotten through three. So now we know what? But KENOSHA she was Kansin go ahead and events in Kenosha Wisconsin, we continue to stand with the black community throughout our country. Including our players, employees, and share in their plan anger and frustration. The entire major league soccer family unequivocally condemns racism and has always stood for equality, but we need to do more to take tangible steps to impact change. We will continue to work with our players, our clubs, and the broader soccer unity to harness are. Power to fight for equality and social justice I guess. Now, the thing for me mark is you know, obviously we at everything that went around the opening game of the almost is back from. It was initially just organizing getting people involved scheduling meetings whatever was going on the kyw Kamara heavily involved with that Jonathan Lewis spoke philosophy boubacar about that, and he said initially, you know he wasn't one of the leaders but he's involved he's in all of their I. I don't want to speak for them to you know are they having like WHATSAPP skype calls but in any case, those guys are indications. Certainly just and moral from Toronto FC, as well who's been kind of leader in the champion of that alongside Kyw Bill Hamid Jeremy Bovis etc etc on and so initially, the response from MLS was we have nothing wrong with you doing with you doing any of that stuff. The Players Association immediately chose to recognize the existence and give the BBC. You know a seat at the table or involvement the BTC kind of segment we WANNA come out with WanNa have initiative we want a seat at the table but then tvd on what that means whether that is Targeted involvement in activities or what clubs are doing crummy community engagement, non profit or charity standpoint you know it just it wasn't really clear at least to me and maybe I wasn't paying attention to it. So that might be on me mark. Of. What tangible actions they were taking orifice was something that was going to be you know obviously ongoing process and that it just hadn't really none of the immediate actions had been materialized because obviously they were focusing on doing stuff in the bubble and now I this is this is a clear another inflection point of Don, garber and company can't come out and just say you. Know they can't come out and say we're here to be good listeners and the BBC has a seat at the table and will have meanings for them in our job is to listen I think this is now a this is an inflection point where the players the players Association potentially the staff in the coaches well, and through the BBC a black players for barley the. Camera with the original name wasn't immediately. I. Learned that it was be mark. So maybe I think it was the black plague, the MLS black players coalition any case now the black players change BBC for short like now this is a mls now wanting to have to take tangible action and we're going away from mark. The can corporate statements that we need to listen racing Hashtag. Matter to now, this is going to be more of a Ben and Jerry's were donating bunch of money to. nonprofits see racial the racial justice in racial equality coming out with a new flavor that flavors called lives matter like scorched earth like coming after you neo Nazis, sort of thing, and so now I think this is where that's going to have to be I don't know how that action looks like I. Obviously am not the person as I said a couple minutes ago to provide that perspective I'm here listen I hear from reporter and a podcasters stamp on you tell those stories but mostly what I'm doing is listening and then amplifying and then providing a few. E perspectives on that but it's it's unclear for me right now Marc what that tangible looks like but this is clearly an inflection point Now silence is violence and now I would say anything but total action you know getting in line with them and being in lockstep or Let's use a rapid. Let's use a river analogy rowing along with them in unison anything less than that now is going is going to be met with resistance with protests with a borderline strike from Amazon. Now, every single action somebody else takes is going to be a political statement if player come. A player comes out and says, no, I'm not I'm there. I'm available for selection for this weekend. If any individual team says, no, we are playing if any owner or if the owners slow the league comes out and said, well, you were striking we already asked you to take a pay cut you getting paid as it was based on the CD that we renegotiated. Before the before the is back tournament was contingent on the regular season happening. You're not doing the regular season where executing a force measure or threatening to not pay you that will now come I. Think it would would've come with a significant blacklash from the fans but that now is a political statement of not only are we not paying you because you're choosing to not provide the Labor that you are contracted to provide but we are doing that in extent effectively saying that we are against the political statements that you're trying to make a choosing not to play and so I think. I think that bears the question Mark Rapids GonNa play in Kansas City on Saturday. Sporting Kansas. City eating GonNa get on their charter flight succumb to the game is season in doubt and I mean what? What does what does that look like and so now? I. Think I'm just I'm waiting to hear from Don garber and I be really interesting to hear from the owners in terms of how they'll be handling this from a financial standpoint anything that was going on with the various charities that they're affiliated with or that are directly related to the clubs that they own and operate. Anything else that we I guess side Siamese? Do we do we WANNA DO PREDICTIONS MARK? Do we want to preview Sporting Kansas City I think do we want to even okay mark okay. Do you think right now? Do you think the game against Casey on Saturday gets played at any point this weekend I think so because you make your point, you know I'm I'm a man who? To some degree makes a living trying to find that important balance between making a valid and important point and boring the audience or or kind of overselling the point soon to an Ira Lee reaction right and I think you boycott the mid week games you get a very strong statement you boycott the weekend games and you might lose. You might have people say, Oh, you know these spoiled athletes with their privilege, Yada Yada Yada the only argument that any a group of athletes could potentially make regarding why you want to boycott on Saturday is if all the athletes in All the major sports got together and said, we're not playing a single damn game in this country until the Senate. Reconvenes by the way the US Senate is at recess because there's nothing going on in. America. That needs you know political action right now he said incredibly sarcastically but like unless you can really galvanize all of American athletes say we're not playing another damn game until you guys sit down and start to move in some sort of serious direction towards a resolution of the problems are our country is facing right now. Then it just kind of it doesn't have any. Real. Meaning you know boycotting another game doesn't have a lot of meetings. So I think there's going to be an SEC game I would be I'm a I'm more than okay with them having an SEC game. You can play your games and work behind the scenes with other athletes to make sure that you know racial justice stays on the front burner of the American mindset. So with that said, you know I think the KC game. Could be an interesting one to pivot to actual soccer talk. Matt. INTO WATCH THE S K. C. Houston game and boy did SKC. Get opened up shellacked I mean it was they. They looked really kind of disheveled at points. which could go in two directions one, it could tell us that s case he's not that good a team this year or in another direction, you could very much up and if you're looking at all of their results together, it might kind of spell this it might more state that this weekend might be hard for the rapids because s Casey will come in. Full of Piss and vinegar angry about the way that they were abused and mistreated on Tuesday night against Houston and they will eat at home. By the way they were humiliated at home in front of an audience who made a lot of groans for each of those five goals that went in they will come in and want to play the Colorado rapids. And play them hard because you know that that's really important to them Matt your thoughts on Skc I don't think the game gets played on Saturday I. Don't think we're gonNA see any I. Think it was one game scheduled for Friday I. Think it was a Canadian classy. I do not think that that game takes place. I do not think any of the Saturday games that with games that were scheduled for Saturday take place on Saturday. That being said Mark I agree with your sentiment that you know Peter from east hasn't been happy about how this how this season has gone for them I. Think they had a really disappointing departure from the Melissa's back tournament. Correct me if I'm wrong markup believe they were eliminated by Philadelphia. Yes Marcus, nodding her listeners since this is an audio podcast and so obviously you know I, thought they had they had a really good results at Minnesota. which I think they reestablished their game in obviously took an apart on the counter by using nine and I. think that is the way that I would expect the rapids to try and handle this given how we see each ut's play against each other where the rapids are going to be comfortable. Not Having Wall they're trying to they're going to try and hit them. On the counter, and so you know that's a system. We just haven't seen a whole lot of execution from the rapids as we'll be getting into mark. We will be reviewing in the rocky mountain carnage from this past Saturday folks So I think the rapids are going to have to be released sharp on that front on they are getting healthy. I can report on Nicholas Ben is they did have a knock that made him unavailable for Saturday's game against ourselves he was scheduled he was on the bench for the rapids. For the roster tonight. So presumably, he was eligible for selection and Robin Frazier in media availability. Mark said that he was going to be that he was coming along. He was going to be available sometime this week if not next week. So the fact that he was on the bench for tonight tells me he's probably available for the team as well on Saturday maybe even a greater capacity with more time to heal and who knows what training looks like. But so I think it's really Similar to the ourselves game in that this is a team that Colorado still has had a lot of trouble with it. As team is more talented than it's team that I think will be up to speed for fitness stamp point given how much time they had to reestablish themselves in how big hashtags earning fit is a big deal to Sporting Kansas City and obviously they didn't have a game. Scheduled for mid week. So the entire week they were focusing on. Colorado. anyways. So in that I, think it's GonNa be a tough match. It's going to be about. Can they contain Allen Pollino in ways that the Houston Dynamo were able to and are they going to be able to finish their chances? Rapids had a couple of really good half chances in the second half against Sarah sell units nominally hit the post that could have been a goal. I think that would have made it to two at the time, and ultimately our cell was able to get out on the front foot early in the second-half Colorado had to come out of their shell and that made them susceptible at the back I. Don't think the rapids with the talented s Casey has upfront can afford to have a lot of counter-attacks that are even in terms of numbers and expect them to be able to get results so they need to stay tidy. Organized in their structure the back and they need to take advantage of their opportunities and they can't get away from them to where they have to chase the game because I don't think thirteen set up is going to be able to chase the game as well as they. Did. In Orlando Pretty much from exclusively some bench aerobics from. Got Louis on obviously mark you know he did not look you know this is an ongoing conversation that we might have had tonight pending what Lewis was going to do on see starting tonight I can't even remember two hours ago feels like it was a wild lineup. If we we want to actually SORTA Kinda talk soccer it was going to be a wild lineup coal Bassett was on the laughs at Austin trustee was in the was at Centerback Yeah it was it it could Andre. The Tan Rubio was again starting with Kai on the bench to be if we get into tactics I only she knew Shuki was really going to be a tab I. think he was really GonNa. Float. I. Think he was going to interchange with Coal Bassett I. Think he was GonNa I. He was GonNa look more in Attack In indefens- I think he was probably GonNa. Look for three one like it was written down on paper in attack I would imagine it was gonna look more four two and I would assume that she knew she would play that striker role or he would play it as a kind of a reserved kind of second striker in whore four one one. But that's you know imagining what this game might have been like if they had actually played, it is maybe the silliest thing I've ever done. Of course I've had several rum drinks in order to deal with the issues of today so. And who knows Kazaa post-game mark? robins said, you know we were aware of the fixture congestion. Based on how this season was scheduled to happen, we were going to have to rotate the squad. anyways. So the understanding was they were gonNA. Try and put out a line up against ourselves is going to be effective with the understanding that they weren't gonNA. They weren't GonNa try and beat ourselves the cost of. Having to. Manage the load of other players as to where they were. GonNa, lose to Dallas and then lose his in Kansas City. So obviously now they're not playing the game against FC Dallas that was not in the plans I. Assume when Robin Fraser woke up and left his home to get on the bus to go to the plane to go to the airport to catch charter flight to I, go to play a game but obviously, maybe this changes things were now it was okay. We had a whole week to actually recover albeit with a day wasted flying there and back on the rapids are flying back tonight I believe as we speak here, folks on on a charter flight back. So they will be back home in Denver tonight. So they have a whole week's rest albeit with the day loss of training and maybe dehydration from the two flights being around the Dallas area But so presumably, they'll have everybody healthy maybe that changes the game plan to wear. Something that was more similar to last Saturday. Maybe something a little bit closer to what would have been the plan Wednesday or maybe it's something that's completely different or a hybrid of the two. So I don't think it's worth much mark speculating about what tonight's game would have looked like given. It didn't actually happen and I think it's a largely unknown on in terms of that structure looks like or Saturday it just gives. Robin. Frazier more flexibility again, pending on whatever conversations they're having. On the plane tonight initially in any team meetings or training tomorrow as to whether or not. They're going to continue to protest issues to not play the game against in Kansas City regardless of what s case he might be doing. Anything else that I guess the. Market market. Do We? We haven't actually answer that? Do we think the season's actually GonNa? Happen? I I think you threw that out there as a as A. Red Herring. Yeah. The season's GonNa Still Happen You know we we saw months ago that in our naievety that elite the season was at risk because of Covid we didn't realize that kind of nonstop. Kind of. American. Chaos was going to be causes of all of the problems in the league, but I don't know I I I think. We'll find out I've seen things on twitter people talking about you know a so-called general strike but I think that you know for me to speculate as to the degree to which America is up in arms about this issue and how it affects. America's is well beyond my professional abilities or my amateur abilities as a soccer podcast. I think it's worth pointing out. L.. Mark guess where Tommy Smith signed with this week whole chester united. Is that right? Yes he did league to. All sequitur for you just Tommy. Tommy Smith needs a cop the news just because why the heck not you know. I mean we don't have anything. Like that's closest thing we're going to have an actual soccer to talk about tonight I guess leaked to you. They don't start till next month but in any case I think it's worth pointing out mark If we're if we're into, you know we were hit the record button listeners mark was going on one of his usual rates about the state of soccer coverage in America and in Denver. Denver seven news at Denver. Channel on twitter tweeted out a breaking. The Colorado Colorado rapids comma. The state's professional soccer club based in commerce city Comma announced earlier. This evening has postponed its match against FC Dal's other teams across the League followed They made it sound the rapid led the League in in this decision wherein the reality was although kyw tomorrow's tweet makes it sound like players gathered and they talked and then they decided to do that. But we don't mat you buried the lead I love that you think that Tommy Smith is a big is a big issue that we should all talk about. But this guy who plays in Lalita for Barcelona who just signed his way out of a contract is. is not worth discussing smart. We already talked about Messi last week and I think it is I think it is worth pointing out just again in the weirdness of how most of the mainstream denver-based media covers the rapids st that they had to describe them as the state's professional call soccer club, Mason Commerce city, which I think is a telling statement either about their understanding of the way they cover the rapids or what they think their audience knows about the rapids. If, we're talking about professional. So implying that switchback, Sir Minor League or they're professional lower division massive shade thrown at the switchback sears since they are clearly not the state's professional soccer. Right I, I'll I'll say A. Hardin me for those of our older listeners and pardon me for those of our listeners who were devotees to local news I gotta be honest I. Don't think local news is representative of almost anybody who actually watches major league soccer or who is young and quote unquote. Right like local news is for people who have time to sit and digest their news as it is spit at them by local broadcasters of specific ilk for a specific one hour segments in the day her the rest of America. Basically, ninety percent of us. We all know about this thing called the Internet where you can get the news. When you want it, you can read it and digest it. You can watch it in one minute as opposed to an hour with commercials. Exactly. The number of people who are watching the local news and who are also really with it and well informed it's not a very large Ven Diagram Matt. So that being said, that's my that's my incredible shade being tossed at local news that being said, one of my favorite people here in Pittsburgh who shows up the river highlands games every once in a while is one of the locals forecasters which I never by the way almost never used to see there was one local sports caster. In Colorado who moved to new, England and I forget her name the she was really great and she would come out to the rapid sometimes. But other than that I never met a local sports caster at one of the rapids games. So you know note no disrespect but local news is not usually very much with it in either Colorado, or in Pittsburgh regarding anything outside of the professional pro football throw ball team. Man That's because you know it drives ratings. I have serious doubts about whether or not. The season will happen going into this weekend and what the season looks like in the fact is there was so much fixture congestion to try and get the season done on time and I the I think this will I think the? The walkout of games by the players will extend beyond tonight I. Think it will happen in a way such that it is at least somewhat disruptive to at least one team as far as their schedule in terms of trying to make the regular season as scheduled with the eighteen games nine home nine away starting a couple weeks ago, actually happen with outages being chaotic or having to alter the schedule elsewise. About listeners this past Saturday August twenty second Colorado. Rapids played their first proper rocky mountain. Cup Game of the twenty twenty season and they lost you real salt lake in another calamitous and almost. Like real tragedy level predictability. Rapids come out and they have really good energy in the first half rightfully. So are up one nil at halftime. Aaron Harare own-goal created by some really great work from Diego Rubio dancing around Justin. Glad. Trying to make a cross across goal on I believe UNICEF nominee and Kellyn Acosta were in the area. But in any case he goes off Harare and past Andrew Putting up and the rapids up one nil and then basically are a cell decided they were GonNa, continue working and the rapids ended up getting down. Law. So by Demere Cry Latch is dean of the rapids existence right now set up by just mirror with Galasso in fifty seven th minute not a whole lot. The rapids really could have done. A closing down. But let's be Real Market Jack Price scores that we're talking about why Jack Price didn't rightfully win goal of the week and Emma last night. Oh Man, the RSM defense was so bad for allowing that goal to to happen. mechalle. Chang. Of A was with. Cell onto team on real monarchs. Last year in the US L. Scores off the bench in the seventy six minute off of a great play by Albert Rusnak drifting behind. Lol. Subic are could have been more attentive and kind of a calamity of areas of nobody closing down and Chang perfectly threading the ball between several rapids players a little bit of. An argument that Yarborough could have done a better job corralling the ball mark, but there's plenty of medium to small slices of blame pie that should be going out to the rapids defenders. On that one, I do not think the goal keeper deserve the largest slice blind pie core bear to the great goal in the eighty fifth minute the rapids having to. Commit numbers four to try and get back in the game. They were susceptible vacuum, corey baird scores effectively in garbage time on the counter, and then just in time with a great folly on a very similar situation just in terms of the rapids V are forward and being put in a position where our cell could counter quickly, and if they could get the ball into a good era area. Have it worse even numbers and a good chance for them to finish. Yarbrough could have done a better job in terms of not letting the ball go through his legs but I mean that was that was the cherry on the top mark of what has been of what I think Andre Cini. Shaky did a very good job of summing up the Rocky Mountain Cup in recent years hasn't really been. Or I think it's been a slight talent advantage to our cell. They've been a better team overall amylase making the playoffs consistently they better talent and that talent comes better of the money spent in cry lachine Rusnak successively specially. But oursel- doesn't do anything special against the rapids. They don't do anything. Tactically that is unique or super challenging for the rap is that is much different than what they do against every other team as Andre put it post game they simply want it more and the fact is the rapids played for at most fifty five minutes in this game maybe an hour you could stretch that out say, okay one, they had a little bit of reaction. They. Definitely didn't show up in the final fifteen minutes. Chang soaring in the seventy six minutes to make to one. The fact is Oursel- for ninety minutes and Oursel- fought for ninety minutes more there from the beginning. In the way, the rapids weren't in Orlando and that very much mimics similar fiend. In. Rocky. Mountain cuffs surpass red cards double red cards notwithstanding. Mark, what was your good any from this past Saturday's lost rock mound cup that effectively barring a massive miracle I'm probably the biggest rapids win in the history of this rivalry, it will be twelve rocky mountain cups to ourselves in will be ten Rocky Mountain Cup Zara Sell in the last twelve years. I. Guess are good. Thing was the first half the first half was Tight end in the sense that an positioning was pretty good. I could see what the rapids were attempting to do, which was move the ball forward thoughtfully and treat nice attacking triangles and moved down the wing. Still eat players in the center of the pitch who would defend in the event that Oursel- got the ball MC counter. So I think one thing that we that a lot of soccer fans either forget or Intuitively know but kind of like get enraged that when we lose games is that's you know when a team loses because they don't score goals they don't score enough goals as the sense of like why don't we commit more numbers Why aren't people attacking from the middle of the field? The answer is you don't WanNa open yourself up and then get hammered on the counter or you don't WanNa you know commit in the wrong places in the field and turnover the ball and just be absolutely exploitable on the counter attack. So I think the rapids did a good job of that in the first half metals your good thing. I mean I thought Rubio had a real I thought he looked really good. No I had some concerns when I saw that you know Kai was going to be on the bench in terms of what that meant not that. That was any doubt on Rubio but it's like, Okay Rubio starting Rubio had some good moments but wasn't able to finish on. A couple of really good chances in Orlando have him show me something in okay. On the scoresheet five years from now back at the game, I'm not going to remember that Rubio created that own-goal that it was a run all by in south all by himself. He tried to create a little bit of time in a little bit of space by holding the ball rate dribble around he dribbled really well around the sliding just glad ultimately created goal. Even what he when he struck the ball, the intention was not to shoot. So I thought he had really good moments on. either. One of the biggest critics of Danny Wilson in his time with the rapids thought Saturday's performance was one of the best that he has had with the club should be noted Danny Wilson subbed off in the eighty third minute was to one at that point. So understand the rapids were trying to get back into the game kyw comes up and they go to up top I think. Andre Cheeky hit already snubbed into that game and they were clearly going three at the back with the two fullbacks, vines and Rosemary, and then lawless in the middle with more numbers in the midfield I think to center forthwith obviously being the let's just want balls hop in assume that kyw's going to be able to beat Justin gladden age putting on the air on a header for example so. Danny Wilson doesn't fall on either of the second two goals. The. First goal or the second goal that was created. But one that Chang score came from the other side of the field out wide initially from them, I thought Danny Wilson maybe could have been in a better job to be a little bit. But. That's more on the midfield. At that point mark, the entire backline had collapsed into the box to try and deal with the shot on goal and withy run from. From Albert Rusnak, and then at that point, the midfielder's had also collapsed to where I think it was it was the entire back for Yarborough obviously, and then Jack Price and I believe calendar Kosta was also level with if not behind the ball on or. Between the ball and the goal at the time that Shang strikes the ball where he struck it if not made any sense. So I mean, if anybody's supposed to come out to actually closed that down, it should be the midfielder's and I. Think this speaks you I've noticed this I've brought it up at times mark but I think the rapid still structurally this goes back to the Anthony Hudson era. In terms of midfield roles. Other Jack. Christ being the semi Barrow Semi Reggie Sta haven't been really well define at times. That's really good for the creativity in terms of getting hoard. We've seen that helps. Carolina costs come alive in big moments when even when he's played really well or created a goal but ultimately when they collapsed, it's just everybody collapsed and there's been nobody really deal with those late runners. It's everybody's collapsed too far, and by the time that second wave comes in Iran or late running guy in the box, we seen this against ourselves. We saw this against Sporting Kansas City's something have trouble with that I. Wonder if that is just innate disposition of the players if that's something that they're being coached or something that hasn't been addressed in terms of making sure that those midfielders are looking over. Their shoulder to see if there's somebody dangerous trailing behind the play, and if the guy's Internet, the guy behind them have things roughly track of, can they stay with that runner so that he just hasn't had doesn't have an open look on trailing rebounded ball or of its back past in order to shoot with nobody else on him and they can just lineup there angled perfectly like how Chang did so. This is getting a little off track I. Agree with you. The first half was good. I thought Rubio put in a good performance. I thought Danny Wilson had one of his best performances for rapids and I am now I'm at the point mark to where if an individual game on Robin Wilson. Robin. Robin Frazier is using Danny Wilson over and Austin. Trustee or a Jew more. My immediate reaction isn't Oh God. That's a mistake or I'm not immediately going to ask Robin in any post game or media availability Hey Robin why did you choose? Danny. Wilson I think he had a really bad moment in Orlando. Got Him the Red card. The ultimately was preceded by a really good performance. I thought he had a really solid performance against ourselves and the team dropped off completely effectively in his absence. So. For me for me right now I think Danny Wilson. Is just on par withdrew more and laws abubakarr in terms of being starting centerback more Wilson had been more the less centreback and we've seen lawless at the right centreback should be noted folks trustee was supposed to make his first start for the rapids tonight against FC. Dallas I've already said what my big ones were but mark your thoughts on what we were bad things. So many bad things so I I disagree with you on one point is pretty rare. We disagree in any way shape or form this podcast, which is because we have a full vulcan, mind Meld Matt. But. I think the goal the Democrat lack. Scored in the fifty seven th minute. Should not have been scored. He was totally wide open from twenty five yards out and it's because the. Central Midfield of the rapids decided to mark all the guys running into the box and collapsed into the box which meant that they had kind of collapsed zone and they had multiple guys. You know in the box, but they were missing a couple of guys outside in the main one was cry lock and You know that is probably If you look at the tape that is probably Calinikos Man that is probably his responsibility he had slid over to the other side of the field. I don't know where Jack Price had slid in that moment I'd have to go back and look at it, but it's pretty clear that pricey is covering somebody on the left side of the field probably collapsing to deal with Justin Mirim who has made the really nice dribble a nifty little spin moves to put himself into a dangerous spot. A has floated over an out of his off of his. What's called the League side of the field? You know he's he's come strong side, and if you're rotating strong side, you kind of have to know that there's no one on the weak side who's going to receive the ball because otherwise you've basically left her man and a cost man in the left zone. That can be your point matt excuse by the fact that he was a late runner he's he's way out there. You know he scores a real banger and you might be right that like even if you've got a defender standing in there like that may still have gone. other bad things I mean. I think the post eighty four, th minute collapses pretty embarrassing. They went from two to one to four, two one in a blink of an eye. There's I. Kind of Miss This on good thing. But units namely had a beautiful shot with his left foot dribbling from the right side he was just he did something. which in in soccer moves or dribbles is called the foundation if you if you have ever coached soccer, you know this is basically that thing where you're dribbling the ball between from your left to your right foot, I mean as A. Youth soccer coach he start teaching foundations to like. You've five little little kids are working on that. Any basically uses a foundation to dribble his way all the way into it extremely dangerous spot, and then he curls a beautiful letter in a bangs off the post. So that was my other good thing But other than that you know I'll disagree with you one more time slightly but not really to say that. Like. Yeah. I really do think that Yarborough should a scoop that second ball up if you look at all of the plays that are S. L. had to contend with all the goaltending day did in this game versus you know what? Yarbrough his one opportunity there where he couldn't really made a difference the game it's a big difference and I think that hurts. The that's a couple of bad things You know overall the rapids just didn't. Hold, the ball very well there were a fixate when you watch the quick four-minute minute replay, the Game Effects Eight on the passes the passes in the final third in the goals you kinda forget the overall flow of the game and another bad thing you said, Hey, what's your bad thing mark and I was like well, I, have a list. There were just a lot of plays where oursel- Pinga Nice ball across the field settled it with toucher to made a couple of nifty passes and put himself in dangerous place narrow lot of plays for the rapids where they look a little shaky coming out of the back they sprayed it down the wing right into a guy who has already marked that. Guy Kind of didn't really control the ball and then he fired a pass across the seal which wasn't very good. They were a lot of those. There were a lot of plays where like the rapids didn't look super great. They weren't. There are a couple of places where daily finance at three or four really good passes they moved the ball field than one. ball and you know turned over and it was like guys, you gotTa Be Lawless for ten to twenty passes in order to put yourself into a dangerous position, and if you can't do that, you're irrelevant and there was a lot of that a lot of you know to be real blunt twenty seventeen rapids behavior twenty, fifteen rapids behavior in in this game, it was a little uncharacteristic if you watch the rapids, win their first two games of the season. and but that being said to finish the thing off like. This is kind of where we're at with our S.. L. You know this this is why my prediction last week was basically super pessimistic. We can't seem to get it together against Oursel-. We pooped the bed every time we play rs out to that point we have played our S.. fifteen times since July eleventh. Of Twenty fifteen, we have won only three of those games we have tied one of them. We've Lost Eleven Bat we've lost eleven games. We've lost the last five seasons meetings with our S. l.. We haven't. You know we've been beaten him since two, thousand seventeen. And that's like ridiculous. We're snake bit like we just don't know what we're doing I. Don't know what it is. It could it could totally just be bad lock it could be bad timing. It could be a lot of things it could be that the players who we keep vining don't really understand what Darby is. They don't understand that even a bad season. This matters a lot to the fans know this matters a lot the the supporters group I've been in seat thirty eight multiple times for a rocky mountain. Cup and the hate is to quote star wars slowing. We do not like them like we make fun of our S. L. in super super strong ways. When we're standing in seat thirty, eight we want to build a bonfire and put Salt Lake on the top like that's how it goes down baby and we we built a bonfire with RS L. Anywhere but on top of us and kicking us with spike shoes the whole time. So that's my bad thing and I think it was about twelve bad thing. Yeah I guess the only thing that really at the Ad Mark I don't know if this is you know i. just based on what she needs to. He said based on what I've talked about with players like there's not you know I, don't know that there's something real or tangible behind what oursel- has against the rapids, but the fact is whether or not. There is anything real or this is just they want it more or they're more engaged more than ninety minutes or engaged for the ninety minutes where the rapids switch off either at times or once they actually get down in an individual game or the tie for the Rocky Mountain Cup. The fact is whether or not it's real. The fact is it yields real. And it feels like this mental hurdle this mental block for the players as well. And so whether it's whether it's something that actually happening on the field or assist Placebo. The fact is the whole cooling into this game talking about revenge talking about everything that we heard from the media availability from the podcast the rapids put out you're gonNA, see fight you're gonNA see attention to detail we're in a fight for ninety minutes. This is a revenge game against cell, and the fact is as soon as they went down. Do, one. They ultimately ultimately collapsed. So whether or not there's something that's actually there. The fact is the mental hurdles clearly there now, where I've seen a lot of nihilism about the rap is you know go whoa is me not gonNA actually make the playoffs or anything I, still contend that? The three Games in Orlando were very weird circumstances. Both in the macro scale in the micro of those games that happened and ultimately, this is something that is the crux for the rapid specifically the I that that speaks to the team as a whole. Now, that said, there's not allow rest for the weary given that they came out game with the understanding that had three days prepare for analysis we're GONNA play Sporting, Kansas City as well, but I hesitate to say whether or not this the right now whether or not the same old rapids in terms of Robin wasn't an upgrade over Anthony Hudson. Whether this team is not more talented has more depth than has more has a better mentality in better makeup Huby, successful given that two of the four games played sense. The great start have been against ourselves. One of them had a bunch of crazy things happen with officials in red cards, and the other one was a good performance against the team and they got a results. So I'm so hesitant to say, yeah, the rapids aren't making the playoffs at this point or this is the same old rapids and you don't need to make massive changes to the team. We need to that pork and Robin should be on the hot seat. I'm still contending that the measure for success is do they make the playoffs in this expanded playoff format in the fact is? At least as of right now, with the season not being cancelled or altered, they've got still seventeen games make that happen and they're still in a position where at worst their ability in terms of actually making the playoffs so I guess that's my big thing here. Guess the other big thing that I would add is I think we're getting to the point to where I can comfortably say. Robin. Frazier. In the coaching staff based on the structure how they WANNA play in how the player has played. US nominally is a right sided player. You know right winger in the four three when they play more before four to three one, I guess that would be the wide. Midfielder on the right in the three of that midfield mom he is not a central attacking midfielder. He is not the traditional number ten and a whole episode on this mark we'd probably have done a whole episode. If you count all the cliffs that we've talked about this, the number ten position or what the what that number ten does when we think about in the traditional sense of Diego. Maradona's messy to a certain extent has really been subcontracted out to other position on the field or just has been split up amongst other players to where they still get that level of productivity even if it looks slightly Different and it's happening from a different position and a different location on the field and I'm totally okay with that I thought nominally had a really good performance on Saturday. He created a couple of chances. If that shot that he had instead of going off the post you know is a foot lower and goes in right under the bar than we could be having a very different conversation because that would have made it to at the time but I think it's pretty clear at this point nominally, you know the rapids are nominally either as an option on the right in the with the departure of Sam Nicholson. And they're seeing that as viable, potentially more viable than having him be the number ten in the three man midfield of nominee of the ten. Carolina costs and Cowan Kosta End Jack Price kind of being the double pivot oscillating between one being a six one being number eight. So that might be the the one big tactical I really noticed about the game in a positive way mark anything else about this or shall we get to ask HD? One last thought total non sequitur doesn't fit in with good thing bad thing big thing anything It's it's also not a really a a rapid centric point, but I just wanted to note that like one of the pivot points in this game, which was kind of frustrating because it's unfortunate was Douglas Martinez coming off on the fifteenth with something that looked like a head injury. And being replaced by Justin Maram and Justin Marr just gutting the rapids I. mean he was a problem in the first half they kind out with in the second half he is very involved in multiple are L. goals. The rapids didn't seem to be able to handle them very well and he didn't start. It wasn't supposed to be on the field Douglas Martinez a great player Wonderful Young striker for our S. l. and I think a lot of MLS had written off Justin Maritimus? No longer able to do it back in the day he was dominant and devastating her Columbus, and it's I think his stars fallen a little bit. But you now if you're a cell like maybe Justin Mirim after performance like that deserves a lot more regular times. So and more importantly like I kind of wonder you know an alternate universe where Douglas Martinez doesn't hurt doesn't get hurt do the rapids play a Little better this game like he was this kind of like I have sparked large for our S. L. and he wasn't even supposed to be there. So I don't know just a thought one other non sequitur that I completely forgot about mark. There were a bunch of people who sign up for at and T. TV because it was finally an option that wasn't directtv dish I can't remember in an effort to. Unblock. Their altitude and a bunch of people were in my mansion saying they were having issues. It wasn't even available customer. CARE. Customer. Wasn't super helpful and they weren't even able to watch the game. So I guess the one of the big higher as markets there's probably a bunch of people listening to this who paid sixty or eighty bucks ray TGV T. TV in the last week ten days there's a bunch of people who paid for VPN in order to be able to watch these games on ESPN plus and the game happened night and I still have doubts whether or not. The season's going to happen is normal and this could ban on top of fans may be. Thinking okay. By the time we get to the next season they'll be answer because APPs fans and nuggets fans will be Super Sat, and then that'll force. Somebody's hands will get sorted out I'm going to get into a long-term cable contract to help me save a little bit of money with the understanding that out to sports is going to be available, and now there's adding on another streaming 'cause where the only thing they're using it for is the eighteen games, the rapids we're gonNA play the season you know which comes out to that's like almost. Four and a half box game. They didn't even get to watch it and potentially that's a yearlong. Subscription that they signed up for that's not refundable and potentially now they're not going to be able to watch the rapids at all either because of technical issues or because the players deciding that there's bigger issues than understandably. But ultimately at the sacrifice of the regular season that was supposed to be you know altogether going forward the year is twenty thirty, one rapids. Fans are huddled in dark corners of bars across America listening to Matt and mark do a Ham radio podcast. Own rapids with a special secret scrambler disc with which you can only have what the proper encryption code because big corporate. MLS Backlash K.. He has made it completely impossible to watch the secret Colorado. Rapids. Soccer team play any games unless you're in one or Kazakhstan and the two of US met become multimillionaires by being the only people who figured out the technology to broadcast this game surreptitiously while I, mean, if we're if we're if you're saying, we're both multi-million dollar millionaires smart that means we each two million dollars each that means we have four million dollars that means we could each write a check to KFC giving the rapids potentially be the biggest transfer fee they pay for a player. And that might be a record comes twenty fifty. We've got my plan. If we had that kind of money, Matt would mean to by either HARPO SIR SC Denver. And then just A. Even, if we didn't get pro rail by then just to take out the rapids every year in the Open Cup, that'd be that'd be worth by itself. I'd be down with doing that and then trying to get one of those guys in their needs or at least. A US LV to Medicaid listeners, we have an email ask hgh l. from David, Malan Fan David I want to apologize there has been some issues with my email APP on my iphone mark to where instead of displaying either the name that you have in terms of user contact for email address or just the email account. You know the whatever at whatever dot com it is showing the first two letters of the first name that you have on your contact and then the last five letters. So instead of being David Malan fans the only thing that you showed up as David was. In Dalal Cat. So for example, mark if I were to personal account email rap designing six podcasts at calm it would come as Matt Pola you would come up as mock good ma in which is obviously very amok. Good. Because it just the first five letters. So yeah, good. Zone any case I want to apologize for that for not recognizing who are David and I to thank you for continuing to send us your ask Ach and for listening to the mindless dribble of me and rabbi. But any case he asks, Hey, guys hope all is well Disney, is really testing my newer. Last night and it took me about ninety minutes to get it. All settled DOTS. For what question mark and so he asked two questions question number one are my worst years realize? Are we better than? Are we better than before? But do we still stink in question number two nominees effort defensively on gold three and four was dot dot dot not good enough is this why he doesn't play in the middle of the field question Mark Markle for to you go ahead and answer one or both of them. On the first one. Jury still out, it's it's hard to Kinda basically where we add matt six games those the three in the bubble there's the one against ourselves to before that, right? It's still pretty early I mean unfortunately having covered this team now for this is our eighth year or my as you're covering the. To choose say like, well, it's early we should give the team. A chance is a mistake I've made so many times at this point and wind up with egg on my face. I would say that like we look like a mid table team that likes to kind of collapse at really inopportune times. But that means to me that like we're still after years of rebuilding a bubble borderline playoff team whereas by this point in our evolution as a soccer franchise, we should be able to say. We're GONNA win more than we lose. We're definitely GONNA get like a five or better seed in the playoffs and we're not we're we're more mediocre than that in. It's he's frustrating You know the problems in the backline are real the defensive midfield has never solidified itself. we didn't really talk about formation or lay out here but the way Robin Fraser lined up the team. This time was four, one, four, one really although on paper sometimes, it looked for two three one but we're still having the same conversation about whether Kellyn Acosta gets the job done in midfield. There were long stretches the game where he was completely absent. Definitely on offense and On Defense and you know we really didn't spend any time talking about our offensive output in this game but the rapids one goal wasn't own-goal they. They didn't really challenge the net for that one time I mentioned anomaly. there's a nice play also by Shinya shaky late in the game. But by then it was, you know it was done and dusted So the problems recurring. So I think David mouth has brought up a really good point your worst years or not realize but. We're definitely not altogether and we're running out of time to put the other I'll let the the second question go to you matt, which is what's the story with family like you know is he you know dribbling number ten is wonderful and then decided to of Take A. Take a bunch of plays off on defense or are we judging too harshly on so I think one thing that I will add to your answer to the question mark I think one thing that I certainly realized I, agree with you it's still too early to tell technically, we've had six games played of the twenty three. So there seventeen games left. So we're what not quite a quarter of the way through the season and the fact is to those gains of happened against I. Think the last team I would want the rapids to play. Let's say outside of. L. AFC or. SEATTLE. In a Western Conference One game playoff. There's no doubt that are still has their number, and so I wonder if that's kind of suing the result and I still just I go back to what they had and all the potential in the promise from the early start. The thing that's still clear me mark is the rapids don't have a Hersher match-winner anywhere on the field either in goal indefens- from an attacking midfielder or a number ten number nine position like we see. Or most of the big clubs with big money players in this life but this is still you know this is a team that can't afford to come out in a game that can't week-to-week come out putting up bead minus ship and expect you get results and the fact is a lot of the players who had big moments were impact players who were at their best last year able to be matched winners, Jack prices in that category. Laws Abubakar's in that category. tvd On either the goalkeeper's I think he saw flashes of Tim Howard at his peak last summer last year certainly in the home game against FC Dallas, his final home game for the rapids. We saw flashes of the Tim how're that? We saw the World Cup Against Belgium I think Kamara is capable being that DVD on what Andre Senior seeking Rubio they're still new to the team in young enough I don't think they matched on their potential, but the fact is Jack Price hasn't been good. He wasn't good on even removing the the right card under auspicious circumstances. He was not against ourselves in Orlando. He wasn't good against ourselves. Last Saturday, he wasn't good against Sporting Kansas City going up to his sending off. The fact is this is a team that if they WANNA make the playoffs, they can't have people take stretches or individual moments off they need a minus effort at worst from their entire starting eleven and they need guys ub drivers, not passengers calendar cost up was a passenger on. Jack Price was a passenger who's ever playing forward was a passenger the only guy who is really driving over I'd say, Rubio in the first half a little bit did not see enough aggression from John. Lewis's a starter is first start of the game if I'm being honest, I'd say the same season I'd say the same thing of Nicosia the only person who was like, I'm going to do something that potentially. Take over this game I'm going to make a play that unlocks the door it changes. The game really is UNICEF family and I'd say you know what we saw from Danny Wilson that was equivalent to that was preventing fires rather than having to put out any fires they need good efforts from centreback. They need Jack Price to make plays on both sides of the ball they need strikers to rise to the. To the To the moment and they need us Nam late to view his thing as well. enervate if everybody on the whole puts in a good shift and they have guys aren't passengers who are driving in making plays. This is a team that is just on the upper right side of the bubble if they don't have one of those things or there little week there just below the red line like we saw last year and the fact is that this is a team that fades away games those long stretches without showing up or doesn't show from the start of it. This is a team that is functionally not a playoff heat. This eighteen is at their concrete bottom is that so rabbits. To the actual question to the question of nominally I. Think we haven't really seen under Robin. Fraser, that right sided midfielder needing to put in a whole lot of defensive effort beyond making sure that his fullback partner isn't totally on an island defensively Andrea, she knew cheeky and Diego Rubio both do a fantastic job of tracking back defensively I was to rate this based on their four three three formation marker, the four, one, four, one that we've seen at times from Robin Fraser I would say she knew cheeky has a high work rate on both sides I would say, Diego Rubio has a high events work rate and a moderate offensive work rate I would say. Probably, a high offense or great, and then a mid week defensive work. Right. But I think going back to the points that we both made on. There's other players who are more at fault defensively or me, and so I think I when I look at the defensive, what was there are other players that I'm pointing to worse on that front I think units namely at times being the only real offensive creative spark for the rapids I think outweighs anything that he did it do. Simply, on any of the four goals, so I don't think that you know if if you're coming out and saying, Oh we lost four one and we gave up four goals in what thirty five forty ish minutes are right winger didn't track backing up defensively enough. There's other people why out default on that front that said I think that nominally can be on their in that point to where they are super attacking they're still a team that needs. Defensive structure, and so nominally can't be a total bystander defensively you know his defensive effort can't be tracking back to the mid way lying just to make sure that they don't spend on a counter and then just sit there and wait for somebody to get the ball. But I have I have more issues with Higa Rosen burying what he didn't do on Saturday then maybe the help that he didn't get from nominally or the effort from other people Mitch. Listeners follows individually on twitter at soccer underscore rabbi at L. W.. Check checkout are written musings. American soccer analysis and last word on soccer follow the podcast on twitter at rapids ninety six podcasts your questions using the Hashtag ask h. t. h. l. finals on email at rapid ninety, six podcasts at gmail.com. If we bring monetary value to your LIFE HEAD ON OVER TO DENVER POST DOT COM SLASH AGE DHL for deal on their digital sports content or support us on patriotic paycheck dot com backslash wrap tiny podcast. 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BGN Radio #113: Carson & The Kids?

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BGN Radio #113: Carson & The Kids?

"Hey there podcast pals. I'm John Stolnis. The host of the PHILLIES pod hidden season. One of the shows that make up the good fight podcast family from espy nation. Look the baseball. Season is one hundred and sixty two games long. And there's no way you can watch all those games so make sure to check out my podcast twice a week for all the fills goodness. You could ever want and make sure to check out our other podcasts including the award winning dirty inning with Justin clue and Trevor strunk and continued success with Justin and Laze Rozier. Subscribe on Apple podcasts. Or your favorite podcast. App listening to BGN ridden with Brandon Lee County and Jimmy. Kimmel what's going on everybody this? Bgn Radio Episode Number One. Excuse me one thirteen Israeli out in a news dot com. I am from voice dot Com Brandon. Or are you holding up during these troubling times to me before we even get into anything? I JUST WANNA say. Please support the PODCAST. Everyone if you can in these troubling times by IT'S FREE SUBSCRIBE RATE. Download Review Follow. Bgn underscore on twitter. All that. Good stuff now. I wanted to get out of the way I feel like people might get mad at me or what not to say in the podcast. So hopefully they've already done those things so then I don't kind of get into this diatribe about why aren't really having this great off season that some people seem to be thinking off season. I I see that in the comments I yeah are on twitter or at the very least I think people think they're having like a good offseason amazing one and I just don't agree with that and a lot of people are getting angry at me. The pitchforks are out the torches. They're coming to my doorstep Jimmy. I'm I feel like I'm under fire right now. They should keep their. I mean they should be practicing. Better social distancing person. I mean just the anger about the about the eagles. I agree but anyway yeah. That's that's Kinda strange. How did they to get off season? Like what are they what what would they? What is the problem that they're having with what you're saying? What are you saying first of all? And then we look. I am not above criticism. Anyone wants to comment criticize me. I'm not saying. But guess what neither Howie Roseman? And that's part of my whole thing here especially when it comes to the wide receiver position to me. That's obviously on every eagles fans minds right now or this a lot of them and I think when you look at the situation there it's dislike what's going on. What is what is the answer. What is what is the team really doing it. Wide Receiver like free agency is not over. In the sense of. There's there could be a trade whatever but like signings are gone. Robbie Anderson's off the Board Rishaad Pyramids off the board. The Marcus Robinson who again admittedly I was not even the biggest Fana- but he only signed for pretty cheap. Like all these guys are off. The board didn't trade for De'andre which they like inundate and obviously for sure. Yeah yeah they they could`ve. It seemed like in theory. At least like what is the plan. Here Jimmy what are they GONNA do? Yeah I mean you only mentioned Robbie Anderson Mark robins because those three guys that I think we kind of identified as knowledgeable targets for them. At least a Anderson and Perriman were Robinson was more of a guy that was linked to them by a report from Jeff McLean. I think as far back in late January but they didn't get any of those three guys. Get guys like Amari Cooper anything? We're we're expecting them to spend that kind of money on the receiver position Got a guy like Emmanuel Sanders. Of course who is an older guy didn't fit the the Thinking that they're gonNA get younger there. Are you know? They made a big point to say that they WANNA get younger this off season. They've done that but So that guy didn't really fit but they haven't gotten any receiver off during this regency period. And I think prior to free agency. We talked a lot On the POD and then you have of course written our own individual articles on the topic but we kind of knew that they were going to spend big a corner and they did they traded for dairy slay a couple of picks and then they gave me a one year extension. But they're paying him around twelve million a year so did spend big there and then thereafter in a while. We both Kinda thought that wide receiver not Kinda thought we both we both wide receiver was the number one overall need during the off season. We thought it'd be addressed in sort of combination of free agency definitely draft. But we definitely thought that we were going to that. They're gonNA dress it in some small way during free agency. I personally thought they needed to have at least one starter. Brought in One CAPABLE STARTING RECEIVER. Agai even like a one or anything like that. Just the guy that you can put in is going to make the plays that he should make what they got. This past year enduring the twenty sixteen season and they didn't do anything they just didn't do anything fever so the perception putting all their eggs into quote unquote draft basket. And I think that's a. That's a really owns a crazy when it's really really risky strategy to depend on a draft to the degree that they are seemingly. I mean it is a loaded draft of course as we all Kinda hammered into our heads but to rely on a rookie receiver to come in and immediately not just be a starter but You productive one man too big roll the dice and it could buy them by not bringing in at least two one guy that you can be a competent receiver for a team that has been not successful at identifying and developing wide receiver. Talent since Howie Roseman was hired as general manager again. I've said a billion times this off season that sound like a broken record the only receiver they've drafted and signed a second contract. Riley Cooper like this is not a good position for them and just even going back to last year. When you look around like all these other receivers like. Aj Brown became Cath- Who Else Deebo Samuel? Look around the league. There are a number wide receivers last year. Who were having some level of success as rookies? At least at the very least they were showing. Oh there's limps of promise like Eagles couldn't even get that last year they got. Jj outside who was terrible did nothing. I think there's a misconception with jj by the way a lot of people are like oh. We just didn't get the opportunity. No he played a ton of snaps. You didn't do anything with them. There's no production he was he. He got fewer snaps in in the playoff games. Seahawks than Dante Brunette. Then Robert Davis and Greg Ward as your second round pick got fewer snaps three guys that were added to the roster midseason chances. You know he didn't he. Didn't I mean earlier in the season but earlier in the season he did not capitalize on his chances and therefore did not get snaps in favor of those guys. So what are the Eagles have at receiver here? Jimmy when we're taking stock of the position and recapping some my frustration through this. What are they have? They have all Sean Jeffrey under contract for now. They have the Sean Jackson under contract. It's Jj it's Greg Ward and then like those guys like those other guys. If somebody steps up like Burnett Gibson Robert Gabia River Croff. He's been the most common Zoellick every time he'll make a move they added guy or whatever. Update you know your depth chart every single time. I do that in. People are tweeted out. People will reply. May Up to see if you know people are paying attention but yeah so. I mean yeah you named him as though it's essentially there's four guys it's Alshon it's the Sean it's a greg ordered heads. Jj and how can anyone feel good about that? Nobody can and that's the first of all. Let's cover differ real quick. Let's get him out of the way the idea that he's coming back. Because they exercised an option on him is just totally false. So I guess They exercised an option on herbs. And Jeffrey and I think Brandon Graham was three other guys Carson. Wentz was one of them. Okay so like it was about a month ago or so. Maybe a little more than that. I talked in depth with Joel. Corey former agent. Who writes for Cbs sports now. And we don't really long conversation writing really long post in the everything you can everything you want or need to know about Alshon Jeffery and the one thing that I left out was This option that was going to be exercised by the eagles. If alshon Jeffery was still on the roster long enough to where you know that that that option had to come up and the reason why because when Joel Corey was explaining it to me like it was just going over my head. I just wasn't understanding what he was saying so. I didn't put it in but the gist of it was that it was It was get the options guaranteed and it was just procedural so it really has no effect on whether they're still going to release him or not. It was it was the office guaranteed so I didn't WanNa put it in and just Have input something right something incorrectly or put it in all these follow questions about that. I don't know the answer to the one thing that in that in just a litany of topics covered in that post that I just didn't fully understand input in but to be clear it has no bearing whatsoever on whether they cut him or not the only get to allow genre quick to is the idea that like it wasn't him that trashed the quarterback anonymously over the span of a couple of years. It was him it wasn't it wasn't Malcolm Jenkins wasn't Nelson Aguilar. It wasn't any other player that you're at Alshon Fan. You'd prefer to be somebody else than Alshon just because it's more convenient for that for it to be that way. It was John. I mean I can't speak. I can't say with one hundred percents confidence that he's the one who trashed wants to Josina Amerson specifically but I know for certain that he is trashed the quarterback you know to to other media folks over the last couple of years as a direct correlation to that. I can make you know I can kind of put one or two together in pretty safely. Assume that he also trashed wants to see Anderson but it has been a consistent problem over the past couple of years and the idea that he and Carson wentz quote get along as Howie Roseman said during conference. Call this past week. It's pretty much nonsense in my opinion. And it kind of follows a path of pattern rather of you know the eagles trying to put that idea out like they took pictures of him in of Winston and Alshon together at the sixers game. They weren't even at the game together by the way they kind of got. Those guys together took a picture of them and they sat separately and then like before practices during the season last year so we were not actually allowed to watch practices like practices of full by during the regular season. But we get to watch the PART OF PRACTICES. Where you know. They're just stretching and warming up and whatnot and those two guys are always warming up next to each other and I'm pretty certain that was a directive from the team that they do that because it was right in front of of me or whatever which so the idea that the that he and Wentz are like boys in there. The get along. Great in my opinion is just be totally ignored so a lot of interest. Ponce's it's it's funny I am. I saying I absolutely agree. Nothing that I've ever heard about Autumn Jeffrey in Carson wentz contradicts. What is out there? That's that's something. I'll say like this this idea that it's just like some media created myth is total garbage To me based on everything I've heard and I think it's really convenient when people say that they can't problem with this off season general or maybe. I'm having some problem I it's never good to go into the fan so I'm sorry fans but like we can't always just believe what we wanna believe like sometimes are things that are true that are not convenient to what we believe or what we are things that we don't WanNa believe but they are true. Believe it or not and I know that's hard to reconcile sometimes but like that's the situation When it comes to criticizing the wide receiver position. In general it's not even just about Shawn's relationship with I think it's become for some people that is it is only the relationship issue Why they need to get rid of all Sean. And that's not the case. That is not the only factor why he cannot be like. This cannot be counted upon in two thousand twenty. You also look at his injury history. Not only is he coming off in injury. Olis' rank injury that by the way cost deal mills like over a year when he had it and now you know different injuries. Different people. I don't know if the exact same but I'm just giving you that reference. What if Sean Jeffrey isn't even like ready for the whole season or at least most of it? He's thirty now. His injury history over the past couple of years I mean he obviously had injury issues when he was in Chicago with the bears. That was part of the risk of signing him. In wise market wasn't as amazing as it could have been when he was a free agent and he played through the entire. Two thousand seventeen season hurt the torn rotator cuff and credit to him for doing that. I'm not trying that against him. I'm just saying though like that's an injury issue. He's had. He missed nine games. In the past two years combined like this is an issue with him. I just don't know how you can possibly rely on him. Or does Sean Jackson for that matter? Who is you know? We all saw the impact. He had week one last year. And I think if Sean Jackson is healthy he can still be a nice piece for this offense because I think he was showing a great relationship with Carson wentz on the field in training camp and then obviously early in the season last year returns thirty four this year and he's missed an average of five games over the last five seasons. Like how could you possibly just be counting on him to stay healthy? Like that's not a plan. Howie Roseman literally said. In his end of season press conference and January that hope is not a strategy and he was specifically referring to bring in injured players. When saying that. So that how does that seem? Principle not apply when you're looking at okay. Who are we really going to rely on in twenty twenty also on Jeffrey and the Shaun Jackson because to me? I don't know how you could do that. And it seems like they are and I see people out there being like Oh actually eagles wide receiver position. Isn't that bad or are in along those lines being like Oh Carson Wentz his arsenal weapons. Isn't that bad? He's still Mile Sanders. You Still Got Zack. Okay but you can have those guys and wide receivers to why does it doesn't have to be that way you can. You can easily do much better at wide receiver than they are right now. And they're not doing it they. They've done nothing. They've they've done nothing to address the offense at all in free agency other than like bringing back. Nate heartfelt is your backup quarterback or string quarterback like I. I'm surprised I really am. I thought they would do more to address it going back to Alshon for a minute. I guess You know the one thing that I will notice how he said you know. They're they're focused to get him healthy. Okay so that Kinda tells me that. They're trying to trade him. And you know good luck trade for you know an aging slow quarterback bashing hurt receiver right so like. It's probably not going to happen anytime soon. If at some point maybe he does get healthy. I guess maybe it's possible that they could pull something off. Where maybe they send a pic along with him or something like that then all right. I guess that's possible but I can't. I can't see any scenario. So like if he's like in the locker room or whatever that's not a big deal like Alshon pretty quiet guy like we've said in previous PODCASTS. He's not like an OB J. or like Tonio Brown or some kind of like kind of some kind of bombastic personality. He's not that at all. He's like very mellow very locate. He's not going to be a problem like in the locker room for example. But you can't have him playing. You can't have a plan on the field with wants anymore. It's just you just can't have it anymore. Because sound like these like he can't those guys can't play anymore because if we're going to bash him again he's done past two years can't have it so he's going to be gone. And then I think to your deschamp points. The one thing that we're doing so far this off season is where really underrating You know the Eagles and the touch ready. But we're really underrating the you know I think. The Eagles reliance on the Sean Jackson this off season if you and I both kind of perceived it as a given that anyone and everyone would recognize that. You'RE NOT GONNA get a full season anymore. Sean her more than likely anything close to it. But I think that the eagles are GonNa head into twenty twenty thinking of Sean as one of their top two receivers I. I don't know how they especially like to say sorry to interrupt you. Keep him on the roster for sure and get out of them great. But you can't rely on him to be one of the year top two guys and I think that's what I just feel like. I'm being gas lit because it's like. Do we watch last season? Do we not see how having him was great? But then you had no backup plan at all. Unless they said Nelson Was a backup plan. Really worked out by the way paid nine point. Four million. The raiders are paying one million this year really good evaluation at the wide receiver position. You can have. You can have so much confidence that they're gonna get this wide Ride receiver position right a year after they paid no snag lower way too much money. They drafted the one wide receiver from this two thousand nineteen NFL draft class. That had like a lot of good players are at least a lot of what rookie wide receivers like showed promised and they managed to select like the one who didn't in the whiteside like and not to mention again Track record of the track record. Whatever you WANNA say since Howie Roseman was promoted in two thousand. Fifteen Doesn't tend to general manager of them totally being unable to unable to draft a in develop a wide receiver Riley Cooper being the only guy that they've extended past rookie contract like man. I just don't understand it and Jimmy. It seems like they're really putting the eggs in that young Daska. I want to read to you specifically something that was written this week by. Espn's Jeremy Fowler. It was a piece citing at league executive insight and within the Eagles section of this piece they wrote the following which I will quote now after making dozens of calls on the receiver market in the last week. The belief is the eagles want a younger player who'll Mesh with Carson wentz rather than a veteran might have his own style of play. They took a similar approach with the offensive. Coaching staff. Opting not to hire play collar from the outside. Philly is all in on wince obviously so the pieces around him will be tailored accordingly. Jimmy what do you make of that? Means so like the part where it says like his own style of play really really know that means but I guess the I guess the point there that they're trying to make maybe just the conveyed awkwardly is that you know they wanNA receiver to grow with once in that sense can't Like coexists with with a with a veteran receiver that they bring in. Is that what? I'm understanding on that. I don't I don't get it along those lines. How could you think it's going to be like living exactly right if goals if you're buying that quote of your by you know that that that analysis from where did they come from Jeremy Fowler but he got he got that from where but I mean like. Where's he getting at Info? Did he say it was? It was a whole article about all thirty two teams citing like a NFL executive insight. Got It okay. Yeah so again so again. If that's accurate than certainly Alshon was the furthest thing fits what they're saying there but that kind of lines up with like with John Clarke wrote about the whole mouth have drink into it. And I'm not even talking about the Jenkins elements specifically like someone getting on me about. I'M WAY TOO. Thin skinned recently apparently But but like it's about the whole Carson's in the Kids Angle Carson in the kids angle. That's that's I think it. It makes me wonder like if eagles really kind of came away with some of the wrong takeaways from the final stretch of the season last year. I've seen some people be like well. The wide receivers were good enough of the season for them to win the division. Like are you really being serious like? We're just totally bypassing by like. They played a really terrible schedule at the end of the year again some really bad teams against teams like the division itself they play. They played in seven other divisions they might. They don't make the playoffs last year. That's a big problem. I have Jimmy. I WANNA stop down this second in general when people are like. Oh you can't question how the made the playoffs. The past two years like okay. They made it by the skin of their teeth in two thousand eighteen when I needed the bears. Who had nothing to play for to beat the vikings in cousins predictably choked in the big spot? In a big way it wasn't even like they won the division like they barely made the final. Yes right and then they obviously they win the playoff game. But like again that was another teeth'll dunk anyway and that nineteen here you know they. They only win because the division is historically bad so I don't want to hear like how he deserves like UN unwavering confidence in like he's above reproach because they've done like they made the playoffs the past couple of years. I would argue that. They should have done more like if he and he even said it himself after the season he's not to his credit he at the end of the year at the end of the year press conference that he did. You know like a day or two has the season's over he was. You know he was. He acknowledged fully that he had a bad year probably two years after that super bowl run. So if so if you are if you are of the impression that you know how he's had a really good last couple seasons than even how he himself would probably disagree with you so I just. I don't understand this whole I mean I understand the youth youth movement in theory but like I just don't understand. Why that precludes you from adding one guy in free agency like I just thought. Paramount made a lot of sense and a lot of people have been giving me crap for the whole Nelson Like why would you say pyramid eight million which is what he got up to six million of its guaranteed when Adler may nine point four million laughter? It's like it's a different situation. 'cause he fits exactly what you're looking for your offense. Yes very important. Critical skill of stretching the field. And like he's trending upwards Nelson Adler was trending downwards after the two thousand eighteen season before the eagles went into that nine point four million option like it's not the same thing to me. I think it's a very different situation. And I think a bigger number two now than it was a year ago a for sure and to be relying on the. I don't know how you can just be like a fan of team like oh we'll the draft is still coming up like they can get someone. They're like okay. In theory they can. But what level confidence are we supposed to have like the the really? GonNa nail that pick and because of the Darius slay trade like I don't even think they can realistically trade up anymore like we've talked about here because the ammo it would take to kind of move up there to get like one of Henry Roads. Jerry Judy or CD lamb like I think to move up aggressively. I think you'd have to give up both of your day to picks so okay all of a sudden then you're going to be trading up a wide receiver and then you don't have a day to pick this year again to move up. That would probably do it. Get you in the area to get anyone of those three guys but even get you to our Hicks though you can't you can't lose can't be. I mean you're GonNa make your first round pick. Obviously trade within your second round pick is gone and then your first third round pick has gone for the slave trade. You just can't yeah. Can't you can't do that and those guys aren't worth it by the way like they're not worth a one until the those three guys are in the top tier. Obviously but I don't think the next year receivers is that far behind before we even get to the draft. Would you trade it? A one for Deandre Hopkins. I'm really reluctant to do that. Where this team is their salary cap so I feel like they need to hit on these. I in have like these good players on our contract. Yeah but I guess I guess I would though I probably do but certainly you would. You would beat the deal. That that Arizona. It's taken one. So how did say that? You know the the deal that Arizona was getting offered was not the same deal that eagles getting offered and I mean the Texans are just Bill Brian so dumb. It's unreal that like if if like liked David Johnson that much I mean it's crazy. I mean he's down years and he's GonNa Camper like ten million on your salary. Gap is running back like that crucial element to that deal to get that deal done. And how much more would it have taken to get? I mean obviously cardinals have better to the eagles. But you couldn't have you know they could've traded to you know some kind of sweetener to top them on that. Would you have your job? You've got a two and miles sanders. I mean I feel like you can get a good running back in theory anywhere so I would do it really WanNa give sanders. I would do it in theory. But but here's part of the thing though like this. Is Your job as general manager. It's like figure that out like beat the bet this is. What a great gentleman Do he would try to beat. The and a hopkins like people are like other. They're like Super Bowl favorites in the NFC You got a great line. You got the best tight end tumble in the NFL. You now have a top three receiver. Let's say a trade mal sanders he's Drafting will now decent ones available now. Anyway off Checker you know. Let's take a break real quick here because we're we're like the twenty six twenty seven here and we'll continue all receivers in we'll get to some corner stuff and I guess the two main things. I guess we're talking about this episode Brandon back after this baseball. Truly it is awful. I'm phillies writer. Justin clue join me every week. 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They didn't get the receiver going into going into the year with the same receivers that they had last year. How can anyone be happy with that if you like what? The Eagles have done this off season. Now hashtag Howie yes-men if you don't like what. The Eagles have done this season. How HASHTAG HOW Noman okay? So getting into moving off receiver. I guess even though I honestly do like a five hour podcast by myself. Just about that position. What is going on with the Secondary Jimmy? I think we have more of a focus. I would say after this past week given The nickell Robey Coleman signing Nicole Nicole While he's nickel cornerback. So I'm gonNA say Nickel I think it's the kelp nickel you know. It's funny I keep getting his last name wrong. I keep typing Kobe. Roman like it's Coleman but I keep like getting it wrong as like I. I don't know why automatically do it wrong. Each time the first time limit fix it. Welcome Radium Kimmy Junkie. He's grounded in Belton laid up. That's a good one for that is Is I forget his name great? So you know the secondary Jimmy. I think it's kind of come into focus. Can you agree that you would say this is kind of like what the potential lineup looks like right now so okay so outside cornerback Darius slay? That's an obvious one. Yeah savion locked in. Yeah the other cornerback. Position on the outside. It really sounds like it's GonNa be of antibiotics. That was there said that first of all he reported that game this week. So that's been reported but also just going off of what Howie Roseman said. He was really talking up My question by the way. Oh yeah that's right So good job to you for doing that. It seems like Maddux is going to be on the outside opposite of slay. The anything you want to say about that. I think it's clear it's going to be like I knew what his answer is going to be before for. I asked but I wanted to have him. Put It on the record but you just look at the playoffs. Last year. He started on the outside. Eric grow our girl. My God I just a result. Douglas grow didn't play single. Snap on defense in that game. Sidney Jones didn't play single. Snap on defense. Nagging of automatic start on the outside was covering automatics. Five nine all five nine one hundred eighty pounds of him discovering six four two hundred thirty pounds decay metcalf in a game where they really could use more sizing inside guy tells you how much confidence say necessarily at. He hasn't maddox but he doesn't have in Sydney Jones or result with that situation. So that that made it clear to me that maddox was way higher And Craven Block laid the Latin. That game so tells me that he's way higher on Maddox Just as a player overall then is is on Douglas or Jones and You know they've mentioned it at times periodically throughout the year last year. That maddux's can do anything really. And how he kind of paranoid that sentiment during the conference. Call that we had a week ago. Whatever it was but yeah so I think it's maddox on the outside And the idea that Jones is that is something that I did get some blow back on when I suggested that maddox is GonNa be a starter on the outside people are like deduct the cine Jones like get shot or something now. He's just not good and he's underwhelmed throws through your career and he didn't play in the playoffs last year so that sort of logic in volume attic starting on the outside over him to be determined that they make another move or they draft who like turns out to be really good during training camp or something like that and really earned the starting job on the outside but the season began tomorrow foreshore about they magically outside star Jimmy on putting your nation dot com. There's a poll that put up. Who should start at cornerback? Opposite seriously fifty. Two percent the majority put Sidney Jones forty three percent for Avantis Five percent for Who I think is very much going to get traded or at least very won't be on it's GonNa get traded or cat because they're not gonNA keep him at his his salary cap number. He got a boost because of playing time Incentives on that rookie deal. He's up over two million new not going to keep him at that number So I think. That's pretty clear for now. Sleigh medicine the outside then I guess it is an RC in the slot. I would think I think he would be the guy to get the noughties. Obviously Jim Schwartz. Guy Brought Him in one year. Just over one point one million. I think he's a good sock winner. He is definitely a I mean. It's really in his name. He is a nickel the nickel. He's a nickel corner. When were you want? He's I think he's a good player in the slot. It's just strange though. Because it's like okay you know. Obviously Matic's has played in slap before strap crave on the blank like has look really good. I feel like in the slot at times. Really bad in the playoff game He was amazing against the giants in week. Seventeen like they don't win a while. Maybe that's a little aggressive. But like they won that game in large part of him like multiple fourth-down stops in that game he was breaking up passes like he strapped with huge. Here's picking pick against breeze. Yeah in the playoffs into eighteen. So it's Kinda like a bummer. That strap isn't like getting more of a chance. I would hope at least like it's a competition between him in. Nrc for the slot spot. Because I strap is He shouldn't just be like relegated to being a backup for hundred percent. They he needs a chance to play. So but I right now I would think it would be Roby Coleman Roby Coleman in the slot at safety you have. I don't think Matic's at outside corner to be to be clear out what I'm saying is what you know they. They're gonNA do to to Jimmy clear distance myself from that a little bit. I don't necessarily think it's a good idea right like I don't know if he's you know he's outside corner material of percent heat and like the one thing that how did mentioned about Matt's was that he he started On the outside in the playoffs as I just mentioned but he also got roasted in the playoffs. Both in twenty nineteen and He obey game against the bears. In in that playoff game Allen Robinson. Eight him up yes and even going back to the packers game when he had the plan. The outside this past season you know Davante Adams has also eating him up I think when you look back at Maddux's best and worst games. They've actually been outside corner like he's had. I think he's been very high variance outside corner citing you can look back to his rams game in two thousand eighteen. You can look back to when he was playing up against Deandre Hopkins now. He obviously had help as Mike talked about here on the BGN. Podcast still a he. I think he's had some good games outside corner. I don't need always been bad out there but I think he's also really high variance said like some of his best games out there and he's had some of his worst games out there who will be in a better position to succeed by the way than Mills for example. Because at least now they have a legitimate cornerback in one legitimate number corn in sleigh. And you know slave follows the Trails the opposing Opposing offenses best receiver than I was matched. Won't be covering that guy. And if he doesn't then they can just give Maddux more help than they dislike other side so he'll be in a better position to succeed. Darbyshire mills because he will have the real player opposite him. But do you trust to get help from the safeties because jalen mills not really is talking about how he is going to step up in the Malcolm Dragons role yes and which is a very big projection again. We're talking about hope. Not Being Strategy seems like deals are very hopeful that Jalen those can just step up into and I think a lot of people are just like. Oh this will work because you know gentleman problem is that he's slower and you just move them to safety and cinematic fixed. It's all good. It's it's you know it's that simple which I don't think it will be. I'd like Jalen Mills. I feel like more maybe than the average person does because I think he competes but like I'm not assuming he's GonNa be an answer that safety but I do think you will be the guy again just talking about thinking what will happen then. I want to just finish by saying running. Mcleod is obviously going to be the free safety. We all know that's going to happen. And you and I both don't love that now especially looking at his contract and it's it's really like it is a two year deal. They signed him to a two year extension. But it's not like a two year extension that's actually really one year right. Like like the the guaranteed money really makes a two year deal and I just I. I'm so confused why they're committing to him like you talked about wanting to get younger but you're committing to riding McLeod. Who is coming off not a good year and the explanation given our this when they should give on him was that they expect him to step up leadership role vacated by Jenkins Rodney's like a really good dude and I like him a lot personally and I think the player on the team really like them. But I don't think you know expecting anyone to to step into a leadership role that Jenkins took on is just wholly unrealistic. You're not replacing that in the same way that you weren't I don't want to Jiang on the same levels Dawkins because you know. Dolphins was a different kind of leader. But nobody's stopping that like no he's going to become the next. Malcolm Jenkinson of leadership role so he may be in a more of a leader this upcoming year than he has been in the past but ultimately players respect players are really really good and I think that's Jenkins was For the better part of his career with Eagles and mccloud was not good last year. So they're banking on him being faster than he was last year being another year. Removed from touring seal. Which okay I can kind of you know like I understand the logic to some degree there but again it's more hope than a strategy rally. Yeah I think he's going to be better because he's a year another year removed from from that injuries. In a really not like a lot of great argument in my opinion who was the? He's breaking. Who was a linebacker was always like breaking down. The cowboys huddle even though he cared about. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's that's what POPs in my mind like when you have to be good to be a leader or else you're Keith. Brooking and his His I remember I remember that specifically because his breakdowns were also horrible to now. I'M GONNA have to look that up after the show is over now. The third safety I think is will parks some people out there who are like. Oh Jail Safety Lousy GonNa Start No. It's not now I don't got paid look at the money that person I'd say. Yeah almost minimum deal like no. They're not yet so. I think we'll parks could be a nice third safety As opposed to relying on Corey Graham and Anderson they but yeah so I think that's how it fits in so. I think we gained some clarity overall. This overall discussion was Kinda just to say like last week at this time. I didn't really have a great sense of like wherever it was GONNA fit up fit in I guess we're are suing each time to be in the slot still but now he's GonNa be on the outside and then I think So how do you feel about that secondary? I guess overall looking at where not only where it's like. How good is it actually? I think it's better than it was a year ago. I mean you lose the leadership in Jenkins but I think that's more of a team wide kind of thing that is Secondary specific but I think the downgrade from Jenkins to mills is going to be significant. But it's not going to be as significant as the upgrade from Darby to slay so and I think the quarterback position is obviously more important than the position. So I think they are going to be better in the secondary than than they were a year ago. And that's not high bar like like they better be better than secondary of the new year ago but I think they will legitimately be better and by significant margins because I do think the The difference between Sleigh. And whether you WANNA call Darby or mills or whatever is really GonNa make a substantial difference so my thing on this would be that like I think it could be. I think there's potential for improvement Especially getting sleigh could be big swing. He bounces back after kind of not having the best season last year. And he's another year older and everything this concern there any stays healthy after having some nagging injuries might bigger picture like thought on all of this is how much better is the defense going to be with the secondary and as a whole and how much does it matter like. How much like how? Good of Defense. Do they really need? Like a big thing when we've been talking about what their biggest position of need is this off-season was to me like wide receiver. Was the number one answer. 'cause offense matters so much more and I I feel like you should be putting your resources into maximizing Carson Wentz clearly. They haven't done that because I haven't done anything to improve. The offense in any fashion really In terms of making moves are a acquisitions. So why see some room? I guess for some some potential for improvement on defense and in the secondary. Like how much does it move the needle? I guess that's what I'm thinking about kind of in the big picture like are they going to be a top defense year like I als- there for that pile as possible. I think it's possible especially when you look at them. Sort of track record. So Jackson stays healthy. And Fletcher Cox stays healthy in. Hargrave becomes a really good player. And you get a step up from Barnette and you don't see any kind of substantial drop off from from brand Graham. That enough frontline can be really good and then that can that just. That's where it all starts for the Eagles defense. That's the way they become a top ten defense otherwise now but even if it's like even the best case scenario for the defense to me I'm just so much more focused. I guess on like this team having an elite offense which is going back to the wide receiver thing is so frustrating beyond good enough. I feel like in today's NFL to just have a good offense earn. Okay offense like no. You need to have an elite offense. You can't have the same offense that you had a year ago where you have. You're relying on ten to fifteen play. Drives after week to to score. Touchdowns is just not realistic. And it's not the way that they put together so many of those drives last year was really kind of amazing. Frankly I mean the way that they had so many of the that they did also kind of unrealistic for that to to expect that can take continue so The speed elements still isn't there. We'll see video in the draft. I can contribute immediately but again not to go back again in and kind of hammer that home for another half hour but yeah I. I'm with you that certainly offense is Is more important than building a lead offense defense. We look at it. You look at the elite defenses in the NFL and They fall short Jaguars. Two thousand seventeen bears. You want to say this bears as they don't last and they don't go far either ultimately I mean the niners. Obviously you could even point to the niners. The niners had a really good defense or defensive line but like it wasn't an answer to their credit it could have gone the other way if like if That seahawks tight end. Got One more anche on On that week's was week seven. Seventy who is the final game of the season if If he got another inch than there what the five seat I think and then providing a night super bowl But usually road to the super bowl they got there and they gotta lead and then they got waxed my team with an elite offense against their elite defense. So you know. The offense is usually going to beat the elite defense. So that's a big thing Looking at this offseason like in where some of the frustration from me from. That's where it would be for me to take another break here another breaking NFL. Finish it up back into this back here on radio one one three for the final segment. Jimmy do you have any other takeaways from how he rose men's media availability this week now for meals? Really just You know the wide receiver in the corner position was all I cared about in specific players within those positional groups. We get in the linebacker a little bit but I think we are in. We all kind of agree where they are with that. They're not GONNA put resources into it He talked about the defensive line and that the importance of that which we already know is their Mo. I guess Offensive Line. Nothing really much to say their quarterback now running back now for me is really just the receivers in corners make or the receivers in the secondary. It's it's what's going on with this team right now and People are asking other questions. People are asking questions other NASA tuned out for like for like they know the Atari at answering and I just wait for the next one did you. Did you really care about anything else during that? No everything is the big one And just been looking at how he roseman you know is a whole From from a bigger picture of standpoint if that word phrase again for me I just I just don't understand again why he's too so like above reproach and above criticism for some right now like I I just. I don't really feel super confident in this off. Season Eagles are having. I'm not saying they're going to go out and be like corn twelve this year. It's really not what I'm saying. I think they have a good base. In place of Carson's this offensive line is really good. Mile Sanders. Really good. Backer Douse got it. Like they have pieces for sure. They're not going to be. I think this awful team and I think the defense has upgraded in some ways. Like I think you know. Hardgrave is a good player. Nickel Hobie no Roe. V Coleman can't do it and are seeing. Is I think a good slot. Like they've added some good pieces again in a vacuum. I'd still just wonder about the big picture context. I wonder what they're gonNa do it wide receiver. I'd just can't imagine in my mind like I can't imagine going through another season where it's just like we're talking about the wide receivers every week and it seems like it could potentially happen like that's crazy. I can't I can't get over that like it would be insane. It'd be in like are they ever GonNa fix it if not if not this offseason? Are we really going to go into twenty twenty one being like they gotta fix this receiver position? It was one of the worst in the League again. Like it's it's so crazy to me and just to be like banking on Carson wentz. It seems like to kind of make work. That is so unfair to him like it. Put so much unnecessary pressure. On get easier franchise quarterback. He's supposed to a lift talent around him but there has to be a threshold like. I can't you can't just be literally like you and me at wide receiver Carson Winston like okay. Now he has to elevate us to the super bowl. It doesn't work like there has to be some kind of threshold beyond that. Like why not take pressure off him and maximize chances by giving him like even better receivers or at least wide receivers who kinda like his skill set more in in terms of giving him like a deep deep ball player. Beyond the Sean Jackson. Because he gets hurt again like. What's Your Plan I? I don't understand what the plan is fully and to like the credit of or to the idea of like patience and whatever. Yeah there's more off-season left. Maybe they make a trade. That surprises us. I'm not ruling that out definitively. I don't know how you can count on that. You can't just assume that's going to happen and you can't just assume they're gonNA nail the draft. I'm optimistic. They can get a player in the draft because there are a lot of good talented rookie. Receivers out there. But I just really wonder if they'll even pick the right guy if they can develop that guy and then how much of an instant impact that player's GonNa have because they're basically counting on that player to evidence to impact which is so weird. How rosement to be like doing that like a year after saying it takes rookie receivers to develop in the NFL. So overall I just. I don't really love this offseason. I don't think it's again this unmitigated disaster. They're screwed. There's no hope not what I'm saying. I'm just saying I think they're kind of in a position where like I think they're going to be in in the boat were they. Were the past couple seasons like they're not as bad team but they're not an elite. They're not an elite level team. I'm failing to see how they've suddenly vaulted into the elite level teams and that should be the goal because that's that's what it takes to win the Super Bowl in today's NFL. You don't just get in as a six seed regularly and somehow events the Super Bowl anymore. You need one of those top seeds. You need the first round by and I just don't think they're quite in that. Mix based off season. They're having the one thing I will say and I agree that like it's been a very underwhelming off season so far with you know obviously as we've stated repeatedly biggest gripe big Position Only I will say is that the deal got done with. Sleigh is actually really good so like Not Treating the three in the five. Like if you just look at that just on. Its own the compensation for him fine. It's just when you look at the big picture of you know D- would you rather trade for player describe one basically for free just money or whatever in free agency You know I would have certainly preferred to when we entered free agency in any way you and I both agreed we would prefer to go. After you know Byron Jones may be overpaying a little bit instead of trading picks for for a guy linked sleigh in the aftermath. We found out that the sleigh deal was not at all what was originally reported to be. I mean it is. I'm not saying like reports than surly at wrong because it was reported as a three year extension The three years worth I guess a little bit over fifty million so if you take the fifty million over three years that's like sixteen point seven. I think it was Terms of annual value Which would make him. The highest paid cornerback in the NFL. But that's all fake money back. That's all like agent nonsense money that drew. Rosenhaus negotiates that deal. He's not negotiating that deal expecting to get paid on that money. That's on the back end of that deal. He's negotiating that To try to entice other players to join his agency. You know 'cause like that deal is really just a one year extension because you look at the numbers of that deal on twenty twenty the cap numbers four point three which is obviously very low. Twenty twenty one fifteen point seven five and then the following off season. If they were caught him it'd be dead money head of six point five so if you had the six point five in the fifteen point seven five in the four point three you get twenty six point five million and that's a little bit more than thirteen million per season on a two year deal. So essentially deals have him under contract for two years at thirteen nine year. Which is really good in my opinion for him So you know I will give some credit words do in terms of putting together then being able to get a but is probably actually a better deal than just what original contract was so like you know. Expect him to be on the team for two years and then thereafter. They're certainly not going to keep them on the Twenty twenty two and twenty twenty three cabinet members of nineteen point seven five million in twenty point seven five million. There's no way in hell that's happening so by two years and then if you still good maybe they reworked at deal but Yeah just really just here so I will. I will say that they did a good job with that should we move on to the rest of the NFC east getting to add there. The last thing lead to that is I will agree that. I think they've done a good job with contracts this off season terms that. I don't think they really handed out. Except for maybe the Macleod deal albatros Albatross deals like. They're all pretty reasonable reasonable bets in terms of the money that was spent. I think the problem is like the asset Are the asset. What am I trying to say here in the US the location? What am I trying to say? What does the phrase on trying to say here? I'm really resource allocation on trying to say I don't know I couldn't think resource allocation. That's my problem. In terms of where where the money was spent as opposed to where it could have been spent like opportunity costs in all that. Not actually the individual contracts themselves. I think those are pretty. Okay actually pretty good generally got good value on the contracts except with the Macleod one so we did Dallas Quickly during the last podcast where we go giants Zora or Washington. Dc OR WASHINGTON. Because they signed two former eagles this week. Darby obviously Were recording on Sunday Sunday evening. So he depending on you hear likely on Monday Say That that happened yesterday. which one of my missing out. That's right yeah are injured riders for the uninitiated yet. They're going from Jordan Reed and Vernon Davis to a combination of Jeremy Sprinkle. Okay Dick Rod Mile and Logan Logan Thomas the former Super Bowl Virginia Tech quarterback superbowl. No I'm saying they're going to they're gonNA okay so the Washington team not much not much about here. The Maryland team didn't do did not much talk about here. They Franchise Tag Starting Guard Brandon. Scherf to begin with them. Kinda got screwed on that one because the way the NFL determines franchise tag numbers on the offensive line. So you just take the offensive line as one position It's all offensive tackles. That are like that are going to be the top five pay players in the NFL Franchise tag is the average of the top five players at each position in the NFL so for offensive line. Like I said it they just. They just categorize it as offensive line. That'll break it down by senator guard tackle so for the Maryland teams purposes. They basically have to pay. Scherf the average of the top five offensive tackle the NFL. So they're paying a lot for him on his franchise that you'd actually the highest paid guard in the NFL now. still no-brainer. For them to do that. Their offensive line needs work. Can't lose that guy so I'm totally on board with doing that. They signed your guy. Cornerback Kendall Fuller for years. Forty million. I'm sure you saw that right. Yup good fit the more that I thought about that. You know for what they look for in terms of guys that can play corners. Lot Corner Safety. Excuse me sort of the position lesser position. Full Blair You know I think we're going to see you being here in a lot more. That term Over the next year or two but The he he got a fits. That Sean Davis One of my favorites during this off season. They signed him one year. Four million who would you rather have Sean Davis one year? Four million or Roddy McLeod for the contract that he got. We'll do especially Sean Davis. He's wise twenty six. You're talking about getting younger far. More athletic yeah but Brennan Leadership Okay and then of course as any new head coach does. Excuse me once again. They brought in some of the new head coaches in quote unquote guys. They brought in Thomas Davis who's been in order for for For like thirty or forty years now They traded for quarterback Kyle Alan. Which by the way by trading for Kyle Allen? They tip their hand by the way. They're not drafting a quarterback because they certainly wouldn't trade for a number three quarterback so you can expect them to take chase young in this upcoming you. You understand a logical that right so They got a couple of like you know. Maybe they'll start. Maybe they'll be backup offensive Lineman West Schweitzer. You've heard of him came from the Falcons Falcons three years. Fifteen point five million for him. He may start at left guard in place of the now leaving Eric Flowers whether I remember back when they signed him everyone was Kinda like elling at him and he had a decent year when he got in free agency. First of all the dolphins are out of control of some of the conflict but he got three years thirty million. Eric flowers good for him Giants Kinda screwed that by the way like for them it was like he's a tackle or he's Outta here. They never considered I guess navy. We should try them. A guard in Washington puts him in there and he was a Pino Que. They signed a Guy Cornelius Lucas. We're really getting boring. Names here so But they signed like thirteen guys excelling thirteen guys from not like thirteen outside players. And they're bringing all these new guys in which is You know maybe not the maybe a little bit of a risky strategy All that much really fuller end was really only when the cost anything. But that's a lot of guys to be bringing in in a season where there may not be any kind of ot Main out probably the wrong way to put it. There aren't going to be. Ot as many camp and we'll see about training camp. They lost the Quinton Dunbar. They traded him for five. We mentioned the two tight. Ends reading. Davis Davis retired Jordan Reed. They released he's probably going to be tyrod. I would imagine they. They lost both of their Their scrubbed quarterbacks and case keenum and Colt McCoy they still have that Triton Williams issue where he's just there and they're the ones to be traded. His agent is now speaking out now multiple times on twitter saying that he wants to be traded or released and I mean obviously they totally mismanaged system horribly. A year ago when they traded him when they could have gotten something decent form but they went the entire season. Let a rod on the bench in Trade Deadline. And now they're in a situation where he hasn't played in a year and he wants a new contract and they're not gonNA get much for him at this point that they're holding out for two no way in. Hell. They're going to get that. But you know for a team that went three and thirteen last year. They didn't think it'd be pretty easy to improve that roster. Niro do much to improve that the ADS. I fell asleep homer Simpson during the during this whole you know so overall like Washington's kind of having the off season the I think ten reflects their head coach tire. Like you know they had some guys. I don't they're not going out of the park. They probably better than they were last year. They will be better than they were last year. Obviously a low bar to clear considering the number two overall pick I don't think they're suddenly a juggernaut. This in two thousand twenty pretty far from that are you out onto. We haskins already by the way yet. Well I certainly have been and was especially prior to the Eagles game then. He made me look pretty stupid by actually playing well against that game. Although it was against the Eagles secondary so I can we glean so much but but yes in general I am because outside of that game? I thought he looked pretty lost. Pretty bad overall the animal now I was out on him pretty quick and then I brought me back in not just on eagles game. There's something else I saw. I remember what it was but something I liked but I I say that his odds of becoming a a good. Nfl Starter are pretty low. Would you do if you were them by the way? Consider a quarterback at Yeah for sure yeah. 'cause I don't I don't think he's an answer so yeah of course I would. I would tell but I think they will. Now they're not shooting down to or they should have been more serious about signing If they didn't really believe as you know push for I Dunno can cam or or Andy Dalton or I don't know someone who can actually be like a real starter although Kyle Young. So I guess if you're GONNA take a chance if you really believe in. His upside could be worse but I am shocked to learn that urine. Andy Dalton Guy. I'm not bummed saying like I I think you would wanna add someone who's actually more of a real starter if you didn't believe in Haskins at all as opposed to. I don't know this has gone on too long number number one. Andy Dalton Fan branly Ouden. Yes it's you know. It's both of our orange hair just about does Jimmy thought snow now. Let's just end it. Listen this is a. This is a podcast. This wasn't are sharpest podcast but whatever there's a pandemic going on and we did our best and hopefully some people enjoy it and we'll be back next week at some point or later this week depending what you'll do we'll see to talk to you. Then make sure you subscribe rate. Download her view. All those good things. Bobby's radio on twitter at BDO Radio Jimmy MC on twitter at any rate is work at Philly Voice. Read my work. Grenades DOT com. Follow me on twitter at Brandon Yum. Goodbye G hey there podcast Powell's I'm John Stolnis. The host of the PHILLIES pod hidden season. 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S1E97: Shawn Harvey Morning Show 02/27/20 | Comedian Mark Viera

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

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S1E97: Shawn Harvey Morning Show 02/27/20 | Comedian Mark Viera

"And conferences. You remember you both every one of you guys. It is a throwback Thursday Thursday February twenty second twenty twenty forty seven minutes after the hour back to Sean Harvey Morning Show features. Cj Lofa co-host Barbie. Close where you get your morning started right only place on earth where you get to more than started right. Cj Chapel is open so please so each other some love and the Chapman gathered around ratio day. Or if you dare call the numbers for seven zero nine. Eight two six nine. Five zero broadcasts allow DOT com. I wanted to show dot com comedy World Next Radio and the Almighty facebook live Cindy. J. On the throwback Thursday. It's good to see you. Thank God for Jesus we city in what I'm doing. I'm doing Great Sean. I hope everyone is having a great morning. We have a wonderful show for you today. We're going to get started with front page news with NHA. Where I will let you know what's going on locally and nationally so make sure you stick around for that. Good Morning Barbie. Good morning everyone here. In Bethlehem we broadcast live from right now. The weather it is a little chilly. Out of the guy is thirty seven degrees. It's going to be a high of thirty nine. Today it's cloudy. It's going to be very windy. So girls down in Strasbourg. Thirty seven degrees in the hat. Only what happens day? Cloudy a windy as well. Forty what in Newark New Jersey. Forty three high cloudy and windy and New York City. Forty three degrees is the high will only be for three days. Well cloudy and windy in Atlanta. Thirty four right now with a high of forty six partly cloudy but some sent around one PM and Miami Sixty four degrees sixty six for the high partly cloudy Ish Chicago. Twenty seven right now. Thirty four the high party. Cloudy but it's going to be very windy. Hubbard a whole mix pros in lost fifty degrees for the high end clear. That's what I have for you. All today was the weather like where you are coming to. You live on the shore. Everyone show featured city. Jake we WANNA start exactly what you want to start all right. Thank you so much because we have the morning buzz this morning and I guarantee you before nine. Am CJ everybody in that room and all over the universe head will be buzzing before nine. Am Cindy what else do you have? Four Solo throwback Thursday. Cj well in the nine o'clock hour. I'm going to have sunny. Says I'll let you know what's going on in Hollywood and entertainment news will head a Little Harvey House whilst you've got state too so don't go nowhere. Cj wison dope interviews again today of a mandate call yesterday since called in today easily. We're going to make that happen but city of. I don't want nobody to go nowhere because when we come back we're GONNA shout out the chat room. Yeah those folks that Chapel because shout about so we'll be going through right now city go back to the morning drive. Dj night here. That's right ahead. Dj Not here these people. Are you guys ready to rock your socks off where you said on again everybody? Yang Begin. That blood pressure's too high. You are a great shave. Prayer active. Stay WALK INS. Traced that site. If for you were not going to be here on your birth your the Fed writers and on a Thursday. You said you're going to be here Thursday so you're going to be a Thursday morning. Well that changes everything. I have stopped going on behind the scenes. Sean side to know this information want to wear do party all the time. Wanda said what if you wear no socks wanting you better have some stocks onto the days and I saw some flurries when I was coming out of work today this morning know but it should be cold. It's snowy weather listening book. They must be coming down here now out a winter weather and a clear day. Because if you don't comment you won't be warm. Be Warm. Don't be given us three fifty degree days and then because half breed hundred miles per irate packed up my winter clothes know you complaining as breezy three hundred dollars a week. I mean I wasn't complaining. I was just saying you should have socked it software. You wearing weather. He ain't got no soccer practice. You've got some socks down. I know I know. I know it's painful for you of Adrian. Aid for Baxter Rhino. Tell me how I can get a check. What do I need to do? Can I have a private meeting with you in the Social Security Administration Office? I WanNa talk about some things not coming. Why can't you only what's wrong with that? He's just bear funded the bed. They gave a whatever please and I sweat too much for all of that. Can't be sleepover wearing socks. or nightmares. I some verge started about especially if you put a little moisturizer on your clothes. Yeah it is. It's winter why we have to have no heat now. I love slipping deployment. Yeah Okay so department though he there's a break is going to be above you when you're in the bed that's why you got your head coming up. You gotta lay your socks and your sweat pants. We all know that we all know what to wear. When there's no chat room we've ever slept in an apartment with no. He let us know. I can't win. I had on a TURTLENECK FITTED LONG. Johns sweatpants normal socks show up. You still wear your thoughts in the summertime springtime back. It is a throwback Thursday Sidney J. It's Thursday February twenty seven twenty twenty six minutes after the hour back showing hogging show features C. J. Lo boy go where you want to start a Wright city Jay when he played some Earth leakage. Morningstar right channel that you want to call in five seven zero ninety two six nine five zero broadcast allow iheartradio radio DOT COM DOT COM Commie. Well Net radio most facebook up and all those other view. Internet station is trying to get with us. 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Here comes the body wearing heels. Why Watch your Red Zone at Walmart makes you go out? No I know but Hoti just seems like she gets up all the time about what she's doing. She won't be walking. The Dog Wale appleby was song him. Don't like beer. He acted the Joan billion. Where are you now? You're here now? You're here right point. He's doing he's doing that. It is a throwback Thursday a CJ Thursday February twenty seven twenty twenty twenty eight minutes out the back Sean Maher show featuring our co host a CJ and I called one can only get you want to start right. Chapman's open. Please qualify senator nights me good weather then. Do the news of this ship them right now. He's thirty seven degrees thirty nine for the high. Cloudy and Windy. Thirty seven at Strasbourg in high will only be thirty. Seven degrees cloudy Windy as well in Newark New Jersey. Forty one degrees forty three or four. Hi It's going to be cloudy and windy today in New York City forty three degrees. It will be for three cloudy and windy in Atlanta. Thirty four degrees forty six high partly cloudy in some set around one PM on Miami is sixty four degrees high will be sixty six day partly cloudy twenty seven in Chicago high partly cloudy Wendy Fifty nine in Los Angeles eight six in clear see you live in the show everyone features any gay rights including the right thank you. So much we'll do some from as Mubarak longer job I Even though I feel that you know I'm almost fifty five next Thursday. We'll see chapter fifty chapter chatter with the chapters Chapter Fifty Five Sean. A log book. Find your reading this thing for adver trumpeted book to be almost thirty five years. I feel great but how to tell you right. Now be honest with you. I am tired L. A. Run like a thirty year old name at fifty four. Do I can't out run. These invoke a very mild about that. Then I can say right now bobby item. I'm exhausted right now. I do a nap. And that's great next. I think Sydney what we do right. Now we'll jump into the the front page news I for sure. There's there's a lot to talk about because city honestly I. I'll be honest with city. I don't really most of the time the only news I listen to is your news. That's what I'm here for. I don't Usually do the CNN Adore Orlando City when it comes down to the news. News I I'll wait for your news. Yes we also went on the new patient. Yes let's go with the phone patient. Let's go with is building a dining hall. Sounds yes the first double dipping now? She got paid news. Jal us to the double in Wotton. Indicate denied got the front page. Joe Got up as news. Y'All with y'all ever. It was very horrible. Y'All yo it was loud. Everybody can hear a y'all come inside really young. Be angry pain. Y'All I'm married to be edgy when you use a diaphragm. We've got like a Mr Rogers. Y'All suburban like was the pain that your people off at both of you guys. I'm going to give you a little black history. You know tomorrow's the last day so you just gotTa bring you you know before this next today. You did a great job. You out to that of natural you guys degree job with black history whose whose on deck now. Well this is actually a person. It's actually About a group of people. We're GONNA talk about cowboys right. They have said that one in four cowboys were black. Despite the stories told in popular books and movies is fact it is believed that the real lone ranger was inspired by an African American man named Bass Reeves Reeves had been born a slave but escaped west during the civil war. He was supposed to be at war. Left got a warrant. Y'All in the last time you had a long ranger reeves born sleep but escaped who are got copies of that where he lived in what was then known in Indian territory he eventually became a deputy U S Marshall and was a master of disguise an expert marksmen had a native American companion. Is that his girl and wrote a silver horse However they're saying that history is not unique in the nineteenth century. The Wild West drew and say enslaved blacks with the hope of freedom and wages when the civil war ended Freedman came west with the hope of a better life where the demand for skilled labor was high on. African Americans made up at least a quarter of the legendary cowboys. Who Live Dangerous. Lives facing weather rattlesnakes and outlaws while they slept under the stars. I'm driving cattle herds to market for to sell Where there was little formal segregation in frontier towns and a great deal of personal freedom. Black cowboys were often expected to do more of the work. The roughest jobs compared to their white counterparts day loyalty did develop between cowboys on a drive Which is like hurting the cattles. What they called it by the black cowboys were typically responsible for breaking the horses and being the first one to cross flooded streams during cattle drives in fact it is believed that the term cowboy originated as a derogatory term. Used describe black cowhand so interesting fact that no cat. You'd never see. They do a lot of cowboy movies. There's never any black people in the football team. The cowboys that's right. We need to be evaluated situation. Maybe we should do a movie about that. I would like to know about black cowboys. Running around cowboy fans don't even know where the term came from exactly racist racist deterrent for lack mid that used to and this is a picture of Bass Reeves. Sorry look at this him Right here Us Deputy Marshal Probably maybe the first black one in the West. He Looks Real Serious. Man Base read more. But that was really interesting to me. So you guys look up about it. And that's why I see Bobby Cologne each and every morning food show live from hand barb across CJ. None of US myself united. We not built the way they did two hundred years ago. Sydney had the sleep out in the open underneath the stars hurting six minutes cell phone. Thank his eight wrestler. Rattlesnakes held off the hurdle cattle through little river. That's maybe you gotta go. I go for a first cowboy. You go you go first cowboy without this. Black men are even built Greg. The POCONOS ON. I suppose that's right Tom. None of Y'all built for it. You're walking around here. Got The nerve to have automatic. Start Buttons on your car. The gas thing ever saw my trip that he got all. You gotTA automatic startling Your Car. And you can't even take a cow or murdered accountable. Hit Maui so how will you really built okay? That's great were you gotta deal with a little virus but imagine a hundred years ago. None of us would be able to survive off this land. Not One of bobby not WANNA take everybody else in room everybody. That's listened to thousands of flow. Take us all put us in a time. Capsule right now and put us a hundred and fifty years and this landers tables cattle and black guys and civil horse was the first of all have will starve to death in the first day because you got kind of bought off a tree and you got to you got to kill one of the county ipe was built for it. Who Chapel know how to kill a cow ease around everyone take a sixty seven one. Four one four cowboys was black cowboys of black unlimited. Saving something all you cowboy fans. Cj Your Life you might need to investigate that term cowboy right but maybe we might dig in for the little deep with what you got. But that is a term. That was a really bad time for black folks. We might need to change the name Dallas cowboys because we are like the redskins like the redskins. The Count Listen Cowboy fans you out there playing yourself out there. Salud. No come on racist turn. This is your family looking up. All these telling you walking around with cowboy shirt zone. Cow Boy Man. The white man had the the black man out the arrest up these cows and these horses and they call them cowboys horrible horrible you sit down there goatee visiting seven twenty five would Spanish It's a Spanish come from English word. Kabul was derived from Caroline Spanish word from individual manage cattle. While Matthew on the Hor- the horse tempting sounds like some certain. Labor resigned to me close enough Mark John. Young down poised. Sean is so upset Redskins Redskins. Are you serious these battle skins? I lose all hands Jones with the we do to what was to change. Change Redskins. I don't think we changed. How did we ever get away with that in this society today? I try to do a quantity trying to take the child back in the day city. Did that get redskins. Oh I think I remember hearing about that. And they said we don't give. It does not built a new stadium redskins. What about the Cleveland Browns? That alright that's coming out. Is it even real POW? No I'm sure this is getting the news. Now here comes. Death and destruction yet was always will always. Do you always say that you need more time gone. There was a coronal. You've got politics you've got you've got a lot to today. There's a lack on I. She needs help there. Don't like this Bar before me. The story yes. There was a long there was a shooting in Milwaukee and employees storm. The MOLSON coors complex yesterday and killed five people but for turning the gun on himself. He should have did that first. Police have not named the fifty one year old shooter fifty one years old. He angry isolated guy. Police have not named the fifty one year. Old shooter or any possible motive. But they did say he was an active employees at the brewing company. Stuff light beer star You know what the motive was. He wasn't Gabay right back to work size. All the victims were Molson coors employees. They were found in the same building. The attack is one of Milwaukee's deadliest mass shooting yet yesterday last yesterday yesterday. The attack is one of Milwaukee's deadliest mass shootings and the eleventh mass shooting in Wisconsin since two thousand four Molson coors CEO called the attack and unthinkable tragedy and announced. The company's corporate offices would be closed for the rest of the week with the brewery closed until further notice sending once again bogged Exeter city. Said ONCE AGAIN. This is a situation where In this country with the guns you know we don't need guns okay. That's the first thing and if you want to own a gun. Cj Save whatever. The God I will say regular handgun a thirty eight guoco caliber of for Nine Millimeter Handgun on twenty two handgun Sanjay. Yeah should all be fifteen thousand dollars showing you? The bullets should be at least a thousand bullet to purchase your your gun to go kill somebody because once you had your gun is fifteen thousand dollars you lose the incentives of killing people because you don't have enough money to buy the gun give everybody. I said jokingly but I've been sick everybody button is if announce any unfortunately this man who should just kill himself. That's another thing that's so tragic about this. If you kill you kill yourself right. Why not kill other people? Supposedly he was a black man. They just released it out and suspect relation of racism at work. Why he did the show for why loan even Salga Down Right. Even if that's the case with racism faith oriented why folsom racist all white focusing on job. Leave the job. Why would you? That's not the only job will earn you working in the milk. No not minimize. What he's doing he's working at Coors Brewery Laverne surely back I tell you what that quick and it's easy I do all the time. But you won't take back but you but but. Syndey you take those but I appreciate you use the Internet that work city sitting you take a viral and you go back because somebody called you the N Word or the joke in Wichita and you go back to the job and you're kill the people at the job and then kill yourself kill yourself. Go get another job. I'll get when people do that. It's just so disturbing. I know these and these kinds like it's just a great about the guns but you'll take them joking macronix men get up the street finance the gun okay. It eliminate the gun industry. So everybody's diabled gun Gun Deaf all day every day. Let those go to the military to Palese everyday. Americans will need no gun right. It's absolutely where you go from what you'll get mad. He goes they do. They really need to And if you had. You didn't have the weapon. You wouldn't be thinking about doing this if you didn't have. It may so in the Black Man. This is usually. We don't do this using this clouded. Babylonians love these. I got a brother. Now trending condolences. Go to these folks men even if they races did not manage that. No one deserves the Diet. I just don't crack. Then you go to work you work at the job they pay you so you got. You got you that self-centered the people that are paying you. Go back and killer by kilos up. Kill yourself pray people in a few hours the thought of. Killing Kill Yourself. That is going good morning. We'll just show to the people that came bit another child to the people you know. Shout out to the people won't kill themselves say this. I don't know shallow to the people who killed himself because at least they kill they cells and they don't take a gun and go on to kill four people or twenty seven people of thirty five. Pm At least they have enough respect in DC to go on a corner city and kill themselves without the tragedy of all of us. Do all this pain hurt. Because you you WANNA quote everybody else. Oh it hurt. They families are Kusel famous to do. Show a psych ward barbecuing. They did that because the secretary falls lonely so I was working in the sack. Laws would was the allows we go with Rico end and we're doing the show so I want to ask you when you posted that. Were you only some people? I'm more stage? You don't just didn't believe listening. The widow 'cause they missed the some. Just doing whatever I can right. Sounds like Blah Blah Blah Blah. Doot kills. But that's what I was saying. I was looking at the crazy so the director also today Shula. He's do to say Kusel no because they will kill exactly so. I'm sorry you got getting such say Sean Yes also keeping with Keeping you guys updated on what's going on with the corona virus shadow of Veneta Bobby for putting that funny as posting yes about Corolla Var around Ginger Ale. Forty was hysterical. Stereotypical black was still fighting. Stereotypical typical platfo shame on you. And what an the Hispanics would be workload. Shame One U. N. N. financial food. Of course. There's been your own peace city Jay. Would you agree with that you you you? Yes but think that. It's also a stereotype of the blade stereotype of black holes. In Hollywood. Was No question about it. Barbecued thought it was hilarious. You would Veneta George. Henry has set us back a whole day. How you doing tonight show very with the current events. There's been a lot of people in the chairman saying row as of right now to day. The New York Times is dating. There are no confirmed cases of the new corona virus that has spread from China in New York City They are cracking down. Because they know that once it comes to New York it will be spread wildly They are doing everything to they're doing everything for the precautions they're saying The Centers for Disease Control and prevention advise local governments across the country to brace for the worst and on that same day that health officials in suburban Nassau County said they were monitoring eighty three people in voluntary isolation potential exposure However they have Six people have been tested in New York City and they have been cleared Mayor de Blasio has reiterated that officials are equipped for an outbreak According to him the city has made twelve hundred hospital beds. Available people suspected of having the virus and has distributed one and a half million facemasks to health care workers. He said this is something we can handle. Mta announced yesterday that it was working with stay and federal health officials to develop contingency plans but then offer details at the moment According to a document prepared by City Hall Public Trans Transit Ridership could be limited or staggered to help prevent the spread of the disease. Should that come about thousands of signs on subways and buses encourage writers to wash their hands and avoid close contact city or your folks for New York City that want to come to the Poconos for the weekend and come out here to Pennsylvania for the weekend because you think is because you've got your new car bobby in this car wash stale as High New York City? We all you folks. I love our beloved listeners. Bobby colonial living in New York City area. Your stay your ass is there will be there on April seventeen that corona cleared up and Jay New York folks new. Stay your ass in New York City city yet. We love you if you live in New York. Don't bring your punk ass out here. Coughing the too much off the subway it given to many thousands of shows soda who masses. Everybody's playing stuff on the subway and don't just go out and catches up any type of mass. You have to get a specific wine that protects against it like protect droplets and stuff. Don't just go on. I got a blue man. You have to get one that you know. Medical grade and those things are expensive to fly as black folk have Louis Vuitton Gucci Masters. I don't care to Gucci testimony because Everybody Knew York City state your asses in New York City. We love you bring all that out. Here is your coffin and vote these folks in there like Conrad Poconos and they come down here to devil and the Lehigh valley food weekend. It's short trip from New York City right so it's a long drive and then when you think it's a long year right so it's right and then they all come and then they stay from Friday to Sunday. Then I'll tell you what state you're as homes. Everybody in New York City stay in New York City cancelled all my shows in New York season for the next month. What is it? Call Avis and nine a mask that oh she knows girl young girls some just smuggled out celebrating off hundreds of dollars on after hours. Cj I refused to wear surgical masks. I don't care this full bloom all over this world. I will not win. And that's I survived the crack use crankiest with a hot pipe axelrod. This started doing some crab. Think that you think that nets were amazing high. Your here's There there is somebody will die in the United States. There's like sixty cases. I believe if you will New York City. But they're they're working on sending real about eighty eighty to ninety miles away from New York City. George Washington Bridge Lincoln Tunnel. Stay your PUNK ASS is out there. Love your death. Why do another half these folks listen to this show from New York City? I was in New York City. Lesson here was in the Bronx resident the B. B. Next did you wash my hands. Clean OF TIME. Given seventy thousand eight. John Brennan Backside. A New York's put it in your to enter your phone. You guys got in the Bronx. The Coronas will never hit the X. Exit Rob the Cremona virus and lose your best the nine five nine. Y'All looking at me again. Yeah because you've got to have the respirator is but I wonder. How much does that go? Go on Amazon and look up to one. Four nine four nine for fifty nine nine so they market down photo to twenty four nine order one now though more on back order hold apart due to knock off on it. Doesn't that make those in China? How everything's made in China? Where did diseases coming from them? Say anybody over the last five one main in America. We'll we'll see Jay. Eighty nine ninety nine this in South Africa. J just embrace. Your Corona virus is nothing so we gotta take a break. Values are also really quickly. The twenty twenty Tokyo Summer Olympics over at serious risk of cancelation to the corona virus cares dig of God news reports. That this guy's name is Dick Powell. I. I don't know he's the longest serving member of the International Olympic Committee. When the last time you had a Dick Pound your name Sir. Spilt yes everything. He recently revealed an interview that he estimates. There's only a three month window to decide at the twenty twenty summer Olympics in Tokyo will move forward as plan. Tokyo is one of several countries. Threatened by the highly contagious. The two thousand twenty summer Olympics are set to begin on July twenty four in Tokyo but then a lot of the flights aren't even going over there right or they're not gonna just that. This Twenty Twenty Olympic. Still go on the new games like viral. Ten Ten me vowed jumps. Let let it continue. They spent billions of waited costs to put up the bill. Stadiums the hotels hotel augment. This this is a mess. It's a mess. And then you know. The stock keeps falling. People in China are not working with those twenty four and ninety nine nasty certified massive on Google. Just showed US THEY GIVE EVERYBODY. All athletes masks the surgical masks and NATO still perform. Look what happened the other day in Rome when they had the big fashion week? I said the guy wanted to fashion designers. The ones that we all right they had to. They still have to show nobody there. A stream live video and nobody was gas because Italy is one of the hardest hit places for the grown by resigning. Yes Ozzy. Why can't you let them take a page from Rome? Have the Olympic Games? There's nobody in the stands. Nobody it'd be like the walking dead and this will ruin the whole town financial fortune. Yeah because a lot of people have money invested in this thing the athletes. That have been training. Would you go to Tokyo for the Games in his home? It's like a ten day thing. I mean they say July president trump said when the weather gets warmer go away. You said the same thing why we're going to go behind the week long. Maybe little mini eight days. Okay they come to you The committee they want you to do because they can't get round trip ticket. The black girl around Rajib ticket two hundred and fifty thousand. You could watch all the games. You want no masks. Two hundred fifty dollars two hundred and fifty thousand dollars row. Jim Ticket all your meals included. Everything's cool no subject. Man Enjoy Olympics. Two hundred fifty thousand dollars round trip ticket from Philadelphia International Writer to Tokyo. Two hundred fifty thousand taken that my life is more important to see cine sits in two hundred fifty thousand dollars philly international straight flight to Tokyo First Class. You know them stakes Nardin. Yeah yeah go Olympics. Two hundred fifty thousand. Go to the Games. If you even have to go again for the time that you might have to go to opening ceremony to carry the torch fat that fired. I know strict cash. Were like a check written cash to me. Cash you here. We go taking a two hundred fifty dollars. Actually that question Sean. You going twenty twenty Olympic as easy to carry it towards they might need you to do one of the first game just to show everybody us all right. Two hundred and fifty thousand dollar. Not only will I do it for two hundred. I will go over there touching. Everybody think and I'M GONNA get my mind because think about a bar you can get yourself a whole suit up a bunch of mass and ninety five cents down. Oh we can't wear it. We can't wear geared up. I mean I'll still go landed talk. You'll be like this. I need to start smelling okay. I'm Brian Martin. Now he's a series doing walmart us as a math. You'RE NOT GONNA die. It's not a death sentence. Just won't be safe. We need the dude who custody and the God who would be immensely. That's because they had overexposure overexposure with to do that. Invaded in the guy that manages DA healthy basic black folks black folk strong desire to get some Broccoli and brown sauce last night with chicken wings. I talked myself out of it because of the hat I wanted to go get so the killing everybody in the heat. Cook off bacteria for. Maybe I'm GonNa get it today. Everybody's kitchen you eat new Chinese food. I'm happy guard. I'm GonNA talk to Jen. I'm gonNA tell her I'll be like girl. I was scared to coming here but I think you'll good. They Americanized they. Don't go Chinese people that make Chinese over here. They don't go back home. They live here. You don't they don't they. Don't live in befor real. Oh how come you never see like your local and Chinese person out at Walmart? One hundred I never seen them anyway. It is rare residency. Where do they live? Diabe seeing your local Chinese person at the store I see back. But where do they wear? Barbie live who hang out on the Browser Society Finney so beloit we support and that. I'm not saying schooling NEWCO CORONA vars. Acid mom you got Chinese last night saying they need to come out and show some love now and he's been doing that they should give us some specials this you come out for your with good in here. Y'All come in knowing yeah Chinatown. It's really suffering even Some politicians have taken to their cities. Chinatowns like La Has Chinatown New York. The mayor's been going they're trying to show support and to let constituents now it's okay to go see. That's the problem that Chinese folks have There's a disconnect in the community or ready with Chinese folks in the Chinese restaurant they don't want to be involved in the community so now they're suffering navy help but we're here. We need help them do raise the same. Yeah that's everything. Do Community Service. You don't send Chinese folks. The baseball game the softball game the basketball game tonight Clinton. You need US CIA. Y'All come out to the community. I'll show some love go to the Games. Hang out not people names then outside chop it up with everybody mad you suffering now. We don't WANNA eat the Chinese food and you WanNa know why you know why not the viruses that there's a disconnect anyway in the community. I think the reason why I see my Chinese got around. Because he's from Pakistan during so he comes hobby morning show city. Bobby comedian year. Yes Dick couldn't we got all star in the own phone right now? More Vero one of the funniest comedian. Cj in the country hall of Oman Heidi callback a ten minutes walk. You still live. I don't WanNA funniest convenience in the country yes good. Good man this consistently funny from the Bronx New York Right. Mock clean cities hit has told you. Jesus Christ was born in to your current mark. It's a pleasure having you made a mock up before we get into your men and everybody Vieira's on the Line Nan. One in New York Kings County just filmed his. Hbo Latin Special Mark. We're talking about the corona virus Abbad Cologne over here. They have the certified surgical masks that you that I guess is selling out twenty four ninety. Nine mark one mass. Pike have fun up. It was four hour about among ago. Nobody would fired him dollars now. Now I'm old. I just put a over. I'm right now. My views to eighty these mass. I don't I'm not GONNA do that. Don't do the one would hope from the about me because got gas pockets of air that goes in those people. I'm like no. That's like putting the handle via faith doing with that with that. How many people understand this tool bobby? When you wear the surgical masks you can't take it off so now you get nasty mouth the letter because the Chinese folk to having a problem of public relations. Nobody's going to Chinatown Wisey. No Chinese food. All local politicians are trying to go to Chinatown. I can watch comfotable. I'm writing risking this house. The Latino Community Barbie Syndrome the Latino. 'cause black folks are concerned about this? Coronas Latins love seeing how in how the Corolla but you know we got the reason why the land community really worrying right because we got fit your vapor. Rub You really. You don't really you know what I mean grabbed. We got grandmothers chicken soup. God Mommy the virus ain't methods like that now more the ball the BLASIO NEW YORK. City's putting on these sound addressing it and they have like a sanitized stations in the metropolitan area like New York and La. These big major cities are. They overreacted. To this I mean you know wrapped up place where enough people to worry. But if enough people to worry you gotta you gotTa Know Joe. Like I'm I'm performing this weekend in Syracuse New York. You know I keep my hand sanitizer Whitney after the show man like I'm GonNa say cans I WANNA be. I WANNA be out there and shake hands and say I but number one you gotta have five but wanted too much. They WANNA give You know random people want people got cut shoe and that's where I'm lying. That's why I'm like well the numeral. Liz kershaw cans. But that's as far as going the though I think it's like look I'm honored I don't want what you got from. But regular flew flew the special musical trump called it like trump trump tweeted down like mascot. Like a loop but different at. Thank you with a twist. Like I'm like Oh hell no. I root to grow the way you know he's talked. Nfl I don't know why he ever got all our listeners. Know that Mont this hilarious. We had a question here of the barbeque alone. Said no cindy not said yes with the bottom of the mark would you take two hundred fifty thousand dollars cash money a flight from JFK straight to Tokyo round trip for the Olympics because the Olympics and the twenty twenty Olympics is in jeopardy and July right city. That's what you're reporting more giant take. Would you take two hundred and fifty thousand dollars straight past of a first class round trip ticket to Tokyo? You have to stay there. The eight days no surgical masks. Nothing attended the opening ceremony rank. And you know mingle with the folks throughout these eight days Margaret says. He's not taking money. Cindy says she's taking the money taking the money more Oscar you from the Bronx Borough. I'm better off in the Bronx. I'm you know what the money might not. How'd you like? I look the argument. It's the argument. I can't a change old argument that you know you could. You could die off of the You could die at thirty all the money in the world or you can live. How long healthy life constantly off the money that you make I. Don't you know I don't put really a price tag on my house? But that's just me. I'd rather be healthy and be rich. I think we're we're back at. You know how I lift Sean. I live a particular way Not I'd rather be healthy risk then rich money because I think if you're healthy you audit you know what I mean. It's it's the way you look at it battle. Money is GonNa go believe me. I got kid. I feel that money's GonNa go fifty thousand dollars. This special that graph that right now down the right is God. That's I'm apple and eighteen dollars when I when I fly back to the city of my out. Let's talk about that real quick before we get into his career and then we got humidity and mom. Let's clap mark one of the funniest New York kings. Hbo Of a Latin Comedy. Let's talk about that city. Mark is one of those comedian singer. Whose IN SHAPE IN SHAPE. Yeah Yeah I'll know I mean. I think I'm in shape that one. You don't see a lot of regular right skinny fat right right right. Slim markers almost fanatical about his appearance in way works at UB. Jim Martin looks good. Singer Lights Out. Live at the gym starring. That's where life happens by getting an advocate of not going to the gym Hashtag. No Jim just walk. And you just walk more so you need to do. That's all you need to do. Is One of those guys sitting out if you want to walk if you if your lifestyle is is working but if you eat like drinking you all these bad things you know you gotta pay because of how you live. You can't just drink all weekend. You know stopping at Hawaii has of law to walk off due out in the low kidney Luca bumpy landing degrade Adam cine. This is God. I've never been to the gym with Mark Mark Advocate. I'm GONNA put a pair of never been in the gym with Mark Pause Ramp. But you can tell. This is a guy that you guys go Jimmy Marketing. He looks like he's like a Dumbbell guy like he wants to Jim. Forget about the treadmill on. He's going right to the mirror. He's picking up those fifty pound weights and he's banging out the biceps. Michael You WanNa you WANNA those guys. Are you one of those guys? You just bypass the treadmill and go right to write to the dumbbells right to the fifty. Pound is his argument biceps because he looks not my now about. Your team is more well rounded. You know. I like I like boxing. I like the bag. I like you know I liked the treadmill stair climber and I love the week I'm not going to back on the way because I feel like the weight. That's the reason why I love going to the gym. The other stuff is the stuff that I do that I call paying the bills. That stuff helps my Hark blood flow my brain I do cardio to get an accident. You know the race the rates more so as we get hold on in my forties now starting to lose muscle in your forty. So you don't want to get to fifty and then they lose the more thickly you lose a normal and then by the lead over and you know you can't stand straight to hurt whatever without active lifestyle. I WANNA stay ahead. I look. I keep that multiple rich coastal city. He says this an articulation rights to his stage performance. Because we knew as performance like Morgan Myself. You WanNa look your best on stage. You know what I mean so I work with more recently in Harrisburg Pennsylvania with the New York. I was honored to open up the phone and I watched mark when he hit the stage. Cj got clean face. This look good on stage. And that's the that's what you articulate now now now more to the comedy career. How long have you been doing standup comedy and cine like Malkin? Myself this is what we do for a living. This is serious grain markets more. I wish I always share the story how I got. Wow got booed off the stage at. Bb King's because I was on the show as a New Jack. That didn't wasn't supposed to be on because my cousin was a promoter and I opened up the show had new jokes and the whole neighborhood and the job bad. Everybody here here and it was a mess. Mother was Dan. Tony Robbins destroyed the job at Michael's it was crazy. I was sad for comedy for you. I know mark in the beginning because a lot of your folks Polish comedian right. You'll see. Oh He's hilarious. But you didn't see the beginning Martha starting can you shit? I bomb at the foot with the folks at my job. They just killed me for like weeks because I have the day job at at that point. What's your experience Jay with stages like I I can't this is horrible. In the beginning of the show should be that way right at the beginning of the shows that I did. I don't I gotta be honest with you. There were nights I didn't do well. There was ice high really embarrassed in front of some people that I invite it. No but that but that was par for the course in the beginning. You know what I mean. That's not what if man like you know you're trying to whatever but I'm talking about what you're talking about tonight. You WanNa WanNa just hang it all up. I think everybody I think everybody not only half the story but I think every comedian should apple store. That's even more important. Because that's the that's the moment that makes a break the spirit you know how comedy is in your spirit because I did a show at a federal fi university For an all black audience out probably maybe maybe maybe my fourth or fifth year in. Maybe you've been maybe six years it could have been but it was all black of audience predominantly at Adelphi and then And all black line outside. Angelo's daughter who got the book I was it was Rock Stapleton was the host smokey spoiled Brat Blah Blah Angelo Lozada Blah Blah and. Then need so you know Andrew local news on every spoke it goes on and there was supposed to be some comedians. I don't remember the liner. I proceeded to follow smokey and ran on stage. Man Court only was so bad but the thing was there was it was a comedy show so I was getting three hundred pilots. Now and you'll five hundred sixty in a lot of money. That's probably the most money I had made up to that point but I went out there talking about this. 'cause this is when Kobe Kobe Bryant had just come off that whole Colorado met. No here I am in front of a black audience stool in my state and the Kobe. Bryant situation left when I tell you words three words incident people were like Sean it worth. It's real I would have treated the what they with the handful boom. I would have traded those than I would have traded the parks data. Need Them Bumi. They were so mad they would say your food already they were they would go mad. The blue would like Oh and then rob did not let me come up. I heard rob coke. Let him earn me. Linh me out there for about twelve minutes of it was the most horrible time that I've got in the car with handle because I was you know I i. I had a car you know I had a day job and so out of my car and drive home Angelo talking about everything but whatever happened about you know the future on so we covered so many topics but what just happened did not come up until until I dropped him off and then he looked and said you even come back stronger or you all you need to leave it where you know where it's at but there's only two guys you're not going to choices so horrific comedian is very vivid in Alabama's. Does we could rooms and be funny. Like a sorta like the normal by the grace of God but these situations in these moments embedded in us for life. And it's in this actually a reference point rate for our careers. Mark Moore forward. How did Jerry come apart of the New York kings communist laughing at before you answer that question? Where's the Bobby Bobby? Cologne all at the New York. Kings in Allentown And everybody absolutely loves you Margie as we did candy just the blessing that happened when you when you work hard and you put yourself in the position that people want you on the show Talent Rob people thin Drew Frazier and capone decision to make. Because they will they were. GonNa lose one guy. They had all agreed that one guy was no longer you know into conversations to be a part of the New York teams and so they wanted to bring something fresh different new And funny and funding to the team and they they came together and you know the guys agree that you know adding to that or at the time was going to be. You know it's GonNa be something fantastic Join them and you know he's really been nothing but but greatness since that time outside of you know outside of the indifferent in differences with which phrase at some point which drew phrase have to be you know Have to also be removed from line so that we can continue to throw basically because once you stop growing animosity and hardship and all that stuff becomes a part of it taints the process. You know the evolutionary process. When you're you know we were just growing we would really just starting and and you know so so like I said man. I love being a part of that team of a funny. It's crazy it's ridiculous And I hope I had an element more. Have you know every time I go up? I hope I have special element of what will I like to say? You definitely add that element to the New York kings. Communists pledges watching you perform with group. And you're right like A. Fortunately that was you know. The whole situation withdrew frazier and and then you start like like us. You like us to be. We work here as a unit day and it has to be some type of harmony between the three of us to grow. And then once when somebody just infects Negatively everything into the group. You have to be moving and keep it pushing mocked God bless you mark now on top of the New York kings. Cj Yes marcus. Beloved in the Latino Community and he's from the X. Latino community is very strong Cassini. One of my baby is Puerto Rican. That makes me happy. Puerto Rican often the bronx mock how to guide dear Sean this morning followed your journey with the HBO Latin series. And I. I saw the whole journey. When you guys have the competition and You won the competition along with A. What's his name again? Gets GUYS NAMED ALEX? Good good guys. How did you feel about that whole process with HBO? In the Latino Connie's xeres beginning. I was skeptical. Because I don't do cops. I feel like I've been to a comedy long to kind of you know it's like we have could you tomorrow a you know so? I think you should be on America. Got Talent at first you'd be like no I'm good. I mean there would be different that you would have to go through internally to bring yourself to get into the ring go to be Sean. Avi a juggler. You know an acrobat and journalists. Everyone I mean like like I didn't have to want to be in this contest and then I'm GonNa agree his name up because you're up you know the high respect you know. Angelo called neander. Little sleep passed away but was the mentor. My best friend not just in comedy but in my life and he he called me. He said you gotTa do this. Submission closes in about three or four days. And you have to submit and I said now you know. I'm sure I'll get Netflix or HBO and another on another way in another way. I don't do this competition crap. And he was like. Nah I want you to do it. Said that he said you know I stopped talking and started listening and in my life as you get older. You learn if that's the value just when you learn to shut up and listen Life Life changes things change for you And so I I heard what he was saying and I say you know what if you want me to do. I'll do it. And he said Yeah Apopka. I think I think you you need to do this. And so I've submitted and that how is all this relationship with each began because they got my submission. They put the as a finalist in their in their competition and that they had a one night one show. You know you know. Sudden death kind of went up against the other finalists In front of a live audience of beautiful audience man And I won along with Alex you know we we both kind of Won The whole thing of what we won. The prize was a special where? Hbo Finish our very own. Bob Come on. She loves the Latin man she was married to for twenty years. Glad she loves the last girl windows windows windows you. Hbo Special Air This summer. They they hoped that it would be by spring but HBO Latino Has Gone Different Route Since January and they started hearing more music concerts and so they had a big Shaquir concert that they just scared based on her performance at the at the Super Bowl. They took the right time so it's just pushed into the summer. So they they We are definitely airing summer of two twenty twenty And then last week another special to HBO mats which is a a new channel HBO. It's also going to be Playing a lot of you know English speaking Latin type content from movies to two comedy specials and all that so I just paid something with them last week. That should airing soon as well. This is awesome before we go into Makihata give everybody social media. No we love you so much but city before we go marco because we got to go to the break a mock relationships in stand up comedy now not sending out the ex girlfriend Nikki. She was in the comedy game with me for years and You know understood what was going on. You know with me in doing stand up and now we have the deal Tanya and she understands that to withstand up with how we live we lifted ships mortgage mortgage mad monkey mountain right. I I'm going through divorce. Yes twenty three years old mouse now in relationships bobby it does take a special not special but at the same took to run with us in what we do as an occupation. It does mark. Would you agree that it takes a certain kind of women to kind of understand what we do each and every day or would it was your opinion on that? Well I've yeah. Entertainment in general requires a you know your partner to be a certain kind of being absolutely you know. Unfortunately you need somebody and they know you one way. And then Sean I think I don't lie when I say we we change you know because we've become obsessed with something so fantastic. Comedy is beautiful making people laugh. It's such an incredible give but it changes us it really. Does it changes I'm from this change and I know you know that he is you and I have spoken of so many level. You know doing what we do a change. Us You know. It really helps us to see the world from a different perspective I can't I can no longer walk the street on happy. I can't do that. Unifem what I need. I've written happiness everywhere I go. I bring joy laps. I hopefully the spirits goodbye. I can't walk the streets with somebody that wants to do. The exact opposite the wants to complain. Hey you know what I mean. I hate this restaurant. We have you back. Stand why these women got to be all out big? I can't I can no longer facilitate that uniform. What I mean like like we can't say we rock together when all trying to do you know. Take my happiness from me and turn it into what you've got going on. You know that that can't be because then if feels like somebody's got their hand on your chest panels back from the stuff that you you know from the place you want to get you and so you know unfortunately myself included we. Don't you know We stay and we make excuses because we want to defend the other person's action you know instead of just living in your hatchets saying this is what I wanna be. I gotTA listen. I got it though. 'cause I can't And so sometimes you you get with somebody different position you know. Maybe maybe you met somebody when you were a doorman you were doing comedy for twenty minutes a night at that worked but the second the second you started thinking this being seriously they started looking at you differently. And that's where that's where they either grow with you or they gotta grow without you know and and they are gonNA grow. They are going to grow a digital stuck on the crow. And that's that's another thing you gotta you know. My marriage didn't work for the end. Not because we didn't try you know I think we do. I think we just were in. We were out value in being changed. You know value and things that changed peace and serenity much more now my forties than I ever did and I don't WanNa come home to arguing about facebook and Instagram Post I. I can't do that. I do that but people like that and I think that that's love and I really feel bad. Put the men that believes that. A person that ridicules. You is love Bro Accent. That's not that's not. That's not the true but but I get it. I see why men are. Are you know a kind of taking that? My Wife's gorgeous show you. My Wife is beautiful. Yeoh work go to school. You'd be like yeah but she tried to kill you last week. How would that it would like yo? I got home lady and I'm like I wonder why don't we? What are we like? I can't like I'm like you know I'm I guess I've become a little bit too self aware of and through comedy. I've learned to love me more and and I can't I refuse to have somebody make me feel less than who I'm supposed to be. That can't either. And so you know so my my my fake on this is that you know sometimes what you do teaches you how to be something different and comedy. I also much too because it helped me grow up. You know as as a as a as a single man has just the guy that I'm supposed to be in union city. He's absolutely rights. Any will restart Kami which is a whole different states for comedians. Like mark myself it it it. All of a sudden synergy become therapeutic. Not only like onion the onion hills and we start to find ourselves as an individual city in comedy. Okay do the Junkie Junky joke in the beginning to know pursue these layers. Come up and you find out the true or celestial arc and as such a misconception with everybody's like joe you out there and you're dealing with all these women and that's not far from the truth with some of US comedians. Of course there's a small fraction of COMEDIANS. That are out there smashing everything. There is a fraction but I would say that would be only one percent synergy of working. Comedian you really don't. It's it's part of our John. Don't get me wrong. I'M NOT SAYING I've made my mistakes. It stand up comedy I was in cheating scandals did on that and then I was in a monogamous relationship and five years. You know what I'm saying so I get it but taking pictures and and being sociable with people city Jay is actually a part of the job just as the stage at. Would you agree more wrong with that is my point? And how can someone in your life tell you that that's wrong why you're not a failure fake bitches why you gotta stand here and lots of people like you did your show? Let's go like first of all. Why do you why not only five and tell you? Why Show Bull works you thing? I've worked at the bank comedy. Why you wouldn't the bank let me out of J. don't it don't make sense so. I understand perfectly well just saying but just to add to that And this is the difference between. We're on that and I think what other comedians are and. I'm sure whether they want to be you know it's like you said in the beginning you you're not taking comedy serious. Ju just doing comedy you understand what I mean. And then comedy becomes like it is for me personally. You know comedy is everything if how I pay everything. Tall Wide Live my life through these joke. It's through and so what happens. Is You hit a you kill right. Where on the other side of the hill is the most is is something different you get onto. Can't wait to on stage because you are being yourself because you're not hiding who you are you defining who you are who you are stage that freedom. That Bernie Mac freedom. That's very seinfeld. Freedom can be onstage because that comedy is who they are in several Indian. And I feel like I've hit that hill where I see them. I see now. I see them and their value. What Eddie Murphy did? Twenty Two was ridiculous freedom at twenty two. It's ridiculous right and and you watch the pels different like you know. I like Joe. Hoya like there. The why and it's because Chapelle read them. It's how free you know. He thinks something he says. That's freedom. Think all you're going to judge me. Oh my God people are going to hate me over and lived with this because a string of power and of freedom. When you get to that point I'm not saying I'm there but I'm saying I actually myself love loving to be on age because of the freedom it brings and you know that's my own value with comedy and I feel like now comedy is valuing needs like now the world of comedy like thank you. You've you've you know you've arrived. You understand what you understand the language that only a few people get to understand you know what I mean like. Most comedians vote their whole life. Thinking I and they walk off you know but when you walk off stage fulfilled known that you told everybody not like you said. I'm telling you what I'm going through. I'm telling you what I've been through and I'm and I'm being honest. We laugh but no how good this feels to me. You know what I mean and I hope you feel good too. And that's what that means that you end the audience of going off the exact same churn. That's ridiculous that's crazy talk. You know is universal by mark into you. Listen to talk all day. You don't even have the Dow Jones keeping people be go. He's Phillips thing about this show that I demand we started to show city outset to myself. I'm going to be totally honest about what I go through each and every day because the stage has prepared me for that. Cj BEATHARD can be honest. And I'm not worried about who's judging me and that's the connection that we have with this show and you just ship which was going through and we all identify with it. Because I'm set the tone. We will do it the more we don't miss two breaks because markets all this. This is captivated more. Where can I will folks climbed you? Man Keep a real simple my name mark. I mean archady era V. I. R. A. COMEDY. On everything and also my website Margaret Vieira Dot Com. That's get your shirt. You're you're you're on your gift. Here's your Martier gear your DVD's all back And you can also watch my craziness and my and my ridiculousness on Youtube Youtube back. Flash mark the Eric. I'm home page. You got can enjoy me video. Sarah Video Subscribe. Whatever you gotta do but The the truth is just want people to Kinda. Let let me get to know them by them. You know getting to know me and relationships will will do after the show. Later wants to post one of Mark's Youtube clips on in the group room so they can enjoy. Latino women are different because they like attention the more the more the fight is out there in the open the more people who witnessed the fight the better that fight is they. Don't wait till you get home to discuss the stone and happened me. Look January one thousand. Nine hundred. Thirteen is married. I said let me take my wife out. Took it to a five star restaurant. In the Brahms Applebee's toll. High said. Listen take you out and I took her and we had a good time until the waitress came off. The wages came on a beautiful young lady. She had to applebees apron approach applebee's but she had on a low cut shirt under the apron and her breasts were coming. Don't of the shirt. Now men and breath Esten Fellas. Try Not against everything. Every fiber of your being is like I had to the menu and everything and then she comes always brings the food she puts it down. She leans over like this right in my face and says would you like anything else and I was thinking. Yes yes I can. I have an auto of those bubis to go. I'm going to take those to go. Wrap those up for me and my wife see. After after thirteen years he knows what I think she knows what I'm thinking. You know how I know. 'cause she got up and chase this young lady into the kitchen see. That's how does she just went into the kitchen like she belongs. Excuse me Applebee's Bitch Comey. I WanNa ask you something coming on now fellas. This is a bad position in public. I'm begging baby please. Bay Baby I love you. Stop Stop she point in my face. You like those bubis. Do you like them feeling. I'm begging for my life on my back about touching my fate touching my. That's all I said something. I says something that I regret to the you know what I said. I said. Come on. Baby leave her alone. See the women that because there's a coalition a coalition between gravely women. You know how I know because it is because they stick up for each other you know my wife lost an asset and she lost it you know because in women's mind translate their leave are known into. Oh now you protecting this bitch right now. You're going to protect miss applebee's bitch. I know she posted to the limits. You started talking to herself. Have you ever seen a woman lose control? And she's like no he desperate tech. Applebee's fits Rhino. You're dead mother goodbye. I love you man. I love you to manage. Thank you for your breaks Walkman. Meghan your Bronx New York. Hold you when we come right back. Oldies you got to no more news. The News I'm tired of the news making me depress going to some sort. We'll do that as soon as we come back. Did you guys love that was all I? Did you know what I didn't see him when he came up here but I have seen him on? Tv before picture. I didn't know his name. He has very that night. I think he was the funniest new one. Yeah wife were you die of when she'll play no that's good yes. He is very funny. Tv who you guys make. Sure you go far. Oh Heaven go look up stuff on line already. Sent a facebook friend request. He has exactly two spots left. Just just that just send him or send him attacks except that from all black shoe spot slept currently on his facebook page right. We're glad that you enjoy that. You guys go him Nan. Coming back with four handsome entertainment. Pigs it together. You do that that story about that guy that you talked about mark robins our that we have represented about that the weekend. This coming off is Friday fall. I wake barbies Friday. Because he asked way we you start Barbie to get your hair hooked up okay or even Shampoo Barbie to my hair goes hands girl. I just wanted to fall asleep but just keep going. Yeah just a comeback Shampoo girl only about forty five minutes ahead. I'm a chef aside for forty five minutes. I know boy. And maybe if you sat in a regular chair right where you you WANNA say. He wasn't say hire somebody like that. A loved it. They loved it lacquerware. Sydney we're back throwback Thursday great show so far today let's have more veer. Siebel mark a absolutely right. What are we going to do the j? We are going to love Soda Chat Rooms. That's right. Yeah this show the challenge. Some love we love. You guys was heart set in the chat racing. That's right we're about to see them right now. Could I see one heart in the chat room before was your mind? There's a delay I've noticed. Okay no delays longer than that as about Bob minutes may still listen to mark's interview known to lay so long but the comments are in tune with what we're saying we're but the delay is so long. I don't know where the heart set in the chat room with a heart and never get it right in the chat room. Hey check manager. In the chat room he went chat with a heart. 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#28 - Ron Savage CIF Baseball Champion Coach

The Cool Kids Table Podcast

2:12:54 hr | 1 year ago

#28 - Ron Savage CIF Baseball Champion Coach

"Walk into another installment of the cool kids. They will podcast. My guest today is CIS championship. Coach coached me. Fuck Hongo's at six. Oh running up on fourteen years ago Cooed big big part in my development. You know as a young male in my coming of age years. I'll do the goodbyes. After another listen here he's already here. He knows the drill. So we'll get started his. Mike's own should be good to go. And we are live all right first and foremost thank you coach joining me. I'm here with my not old but my long time ago. Like coach back in highschool thousand. Six Mommy Vikings a lot of listeners. Went there might know you from their championship. When he coach Ron Savage I am i. I'm really happy to do this. Man I think it's been cool to watch. You know you guys stay Stay in touch with each other Way You you guys have. It's been cool to see you do this. It's been you know people could save a one about facebook in the arguments and this that and the other but you know it's been great to see you guys like grow up because I get a group of kids I have in for four years. They're special to me. We develop relationships You guys are like kids to me for four years in a lot of times I might not ever see you know And our situation. Obviously I moved in and I haven't seen I think the only person I've seen since I left with Steve Kennedy because he came to our game against Romania. It's thousand sixteen. You know but at least you know with facebook. I can see guys and a little bit and see how you know you've grown up and you are as adults in and stay in touch with you in some capacity through social media. Because I was just thinking about that. I believe it was Easter. You posted a picture of your kids and how they do it. That's coal like I remember when your wife was pregnant and now I have a four year old. You know so it was like I'm I'm flying thing. Yeah no when I when I saw her like you know the first time like I think the other day you might have even posted a memory on facebook that saw and I'm like oh my gosh like she's getting so big and Kohl's goal the freshman now. And Wow did that. He's a freshman in any played. Jv For all nine games before this and they'll play with us when the all in in you know it's always played with me in the summertime the last couple of years and and you know this year when he played with us all and and started playing and in spring it was definitely you know a difference. It was really kind of surreal. But you know I saw a picture on my I have a picture on my My filing cabinet school meet awesome in the air. I Know Candy. Kennedys made a comment a couple times like the same dude. You throw fifty eight me air and I think wade out now so it is crazy. How time flies. I mean it's been beautiful to keep track of like e got got. You had a couple of other faculty members and so it's been nice to like 'cause exercise all ultra about like. I have different people like when I was twenty one. You know twenty two and they were eighteen. Nineteen and now. I'm like twenty seven and I got new 21-year-olds training people at work or whatever and then you know you leave the job and then you see them grow up the little kid that was immature. Lay to work every day. Always had an excuse always had something now. He has his life together because not saying the miracle. Is that what you just like? The the process of their growth and it always kind of trips me out to be like I remember when this motherfucker would come in drunk. I used to be this right. So drunk is how in the morning like Kung over. I can't work at Yada Yada and and now he's like killing whatever In you know that person might be doing in life. No I agree with you a hundred percent. It's it's weird just to see you know the growth process maturity processes of you know anything in just from from day one to the last day that you're doing anything with them Or then you come back X. amount of years later And they're just they're just totally different different individuals. You know all of a sudden you guys that were running around and you know I'm trying to figure out how to sack fun or squeeze or this that and the other now and you know you've got you've got just called me I just wanted to dory but All of a sudden now you got like kids year out and you know baby. Apparently spread to have a whole baseball. He's on-track is two hundred two now in a lot of that's a lot of polls his run. Iran. If you know it's like yeah you said obvious or now. And so. He's on his way he's on his way. So if it's really it's crazy because we're living in a time where you just you know. Everybody says they talk about. Always being plugged in plugged into this from plugged into that and and they're right but it's it's a situation where you if you want. You can always be connected to people in your past you can find you know whereas whereas before you know you go your separate ways in boom. That's it you're it's on deal you don't ever see this person again the rest of your life or you know you might run into years down the road or something like that. But you'll The plus side of social media. Is You get you get? Keep Track of people that you cared about And you get to see how things turned out after your chapter been closed. It's an interesting take. That's you not essentially not going to be a part of it but you get to see it from afar if you will right like a true story that you know. You asked me if I listened to the whole four hours select line. I listened to an hour revenue so true true story and I think he posted it on facebook for me directly or but I was I literally like no Joe. I was scouted to baseball games. That Day Wants Anderson. Oh and high school and you know I guess I should say out loud but you know I'm on facebook is I'm I'm leaving the school in my truck and I see the US by open it up and I'm listening to it and I and I went stopped eight in between Games and I listened to it ended. I list all the way that I got to my my next stop. And it's like it's the two of you it's it's U2 there's nothing different like. I'm sitting there by myself. This restaurant you glad I was crazy because I'm like laughing because it's like listening to you two together like when you were like fifteen sixteen seventeen years old but it's not because you talking about different stuff and you're grown up and you have your own lives but you're given an opportunity and people that knew when you were that age here the fact that it's just view in your in your round doing your thing and that's the cool thing about I mean and that's the best part for me you know I. It was kind of like little tricking A-. Our scared to ask you. That's why when you sally. Let's make this happening. I you know if I would ask people you know. He has two kids under to his wife. Needs them at all times. He wants to be with his kids. L. Let's have a couple beers and catch. I got important. Thank you know. But it's like for the podcast. It's like I do an hour that like. Let's let's say an hour. Let's make it happen because I'm GonNa help you do this and to me you know. Ozzy's ain't thing for kids. We did it in his. He made me dinner while I got home by got to his home from work. Maybe dinner get their. We catch up a little bit. We jump on. We do now make. It has ozzy ten PM. Can I come over for dinner? He'd be like I kid. I get out of here you know so. It's a great icebreaker to get into people's there my friend. You're my coach. We would make it happen but at under those times. It's kind of like got other things to do so just once we get it going. It kind of feels like I'm glad we're doing this. And even in the moment I try to enjoy the moment. 'cause I know how rare it is for it to happen? You know when I run into them. It's so and so's son's birthday party so we're all kind of they're catching okay. How are the kids? But you don't really get that whole. Hey man how how you know everything else our conversation. So it's I'm not even care people into honest with you undertake as long as I could go back and listen to this like that's all I need now. That is your. It's you know it's crazy because obviously like I'm GONNA different spot of the tunnel of life. New are in Europe. You understand it pretty well and but it doesn't. It doesn't change because as you get older and people move here people move there. I mean you know you think about it. I am a our wrestling an hour and a half hour and a half from you guys way life is I mean hour and a half miles will be slipping a you know a different state of wet you know and and people get busy in and you know one thing that you know Amoruso Ariza's names I think Rama's last few changes lives. I heard about AS Roma's now. I could be totally wrong about that but he restarts me this year in in an extra me is. He's back coaching now. And and you know. He gave me access to their huddle. He does stuff on huddle and with his players in the asking me to take a look in Gimme Justin's and and just see what was going on and you know I'm sitting there in in. I'm watching this this this game. It's at mountain view. You know I. I haven't been back to yield a mean. I have not been back that feel such left. I mean I've been to a royal because we had a playoff team. You know but I I have not been back mountain view. We were driving somewhere. We stopped at mountain view so the kids are kids to see the school. You know but I saw the baseball field. But I've seen it game there since I left you know and so time speeds up I hadn't talked to Amoruso probably like I. I think the last time I talked to amber is it was the first year we opened up the school. They came out and played a football game. And I think that might have been talk. Is You just go your your your separate ways and our speed up and you know he's got a kid now and I out two kids in in our lives go in different directions in one one. Good thing about your group is you guys still seem to be as tight as you possibly cam you know but but doing stuff like this like if you told me you know what two thousand six a in two thousand twenty you and I are GonNa do a podcast together. I'd be like your crease. You know in in you know when when we loosely brought it up in face met That that facebook read when you gave me the link and then when I saw your you posted a couple of weeks ago or last week. I'm like I love you know I your group means a lot to me mountains. You miss a lot to me You miss a lot to me and and to be able to help you and you know just to be able to talk in catch up with you and and you know it mean it means the world to me that you'd even you know that you would even WanNa go down. I mean when this is over. We're going to do it in person because I'm actually like an hour away from you to a you said Hamid I'm GONNA do. That's not that far from it. I was like thirty minutes. I'm in Moreno Valley so I assume you're really. Yeah so I'm the one that Yeah Moly I view. Just yeah so. We played chain screens last year. Yeah I I've got a one of my assistant. Coaches lives off Lives OFF. I want to say it. Seattle slew because he lives in an area was no fucking way. That's down this. This is literally turnabout. That's down the street from me. I could walk there and five minutes. Oh yeah he left where he lives on the corner of like I think it's like Seattle slew freaking turn in like a cold stack. Yeah Yeah Yeah you know it takes. He takes thirty minutes to get there early with parents. Right Harris. I'm literally up. My backyard is adjacent to. Perry's Yeah I had no. I had no idea you were out here. Been here about a year. Yeah we'll definitely in person but like you were saying just a the process of it because when we were like nineteen twenty. We were every weekend. We go golfing. We go grab burgers. We go grab some beers everything together but then everybody started going up every started having kids. Some people are working nights. I was always working weekends so he just started not by choice. We just kinda start dissing and so. You're appreciative of those moments you know. The baby showers the weddings. You make time to be at those days because you know seeing each other three times a week and now turns into one time a month and sometimes daily Sake so the next time their baby six. So you don't each other for three months and then it's like can you make the Super Bowl party? I'm going to the Super Bowl Party and now you know so you just kind of I mean. Every time I see the guys or I'm with the guys feel like and some of the guys. I see more often than others right but I can. That's every group but just being able to keep in touch. It's fucking to me. It's cool that's like. I don't delete my social media you know. Sometimes I'll take a hiatus to three months but then some people delete it and they're back in the month. I'm like Dude. I just don't log on new break. We all need a break here and there that way I can still catch up with them and it's been cool now and you're you're right. I mean I. I made a comment to somebody. I think right for all this crap went down like if it wasn't for if it wasn't for people that I didn't see and for the memories that pop up on facebook memories of the best. Probably be done with it. But but you're right. It's it's it's the ability to stay. You know that keeps us there. I mean it's probably an algorithm but but it is it's unless you said like take more people in in me included should probably step away every now and then but it's it's not a bad thing have if it's like a life use it right. It's a great thing us the wrong into the UTAH. It's a tool in their toolbox. It's woman boss. You know we. We've gotten big in the in in in our base opera van. You know we've got big in the got. Sensors blast that sensors that you put the bottom of Measure different stuff and and you know we've gotten big into into those in the off season and people have have been like man. I don't how do you do it? It's a tool. It doesn't take away from coaching. You know it's just it. It gives you information youth. All about how you use and facebook's no different another toolbox you know frigging you know fire. You can you can you. Can you can make steak or you can burn down. Somebody's house fame with the same tool. You know it's all about how you WANNA use and I love to jump into that about the tools because some of the things yourself and Wilson. I was with Wilson for two years for those listening. Everything's good baseball player for some reason only made varsity senior year. Like I wasn't that good I was okay. I was part of the team. But I've I'm I'm a conscious of my skill level like I was good enough to be on the team but I was in like a star but Yourself Wilson really made me from a so-so average player into it. I would say not a star or anything like that but a above average defender part of the team and it was a lot of the I I don't WanNa say it wrong but like some of the quotes us. Some of the words used of encouragement the positive reinforcement. All that to ice. I work for his hand with meat. That's why I'm so much about that like a you failed today. Come back tomorrow you know. I remember when we used to run like we used to do the summer program. We did baseball year round. Mlb with you and we do all those horror and like all right Outta Royal. They're playing football you know. Let them win football like we're going to beat them base. How are they going to beat us in football and baseball? You know it's all those little things started adding up adding up and then when we'd be tired like a royal renowned they're going to run a little extra because you know. They haven't won a championship in two years. They want what you have like a unit give it to them and I remember that would make me. I don't know if you remember but somebody's after practice. I'd go run a mile or two exits. I'd be lack. One of the best quotes ever said was while at least to me was. You're only as strong. Your team is only as strong as your weakest player so I always told myself. Don't be the weekly. Don't let the guys don't let the guys on so I knew what was I good at. Let's be great at that. I was never gonNa be the the batting third before I knew that. If we ever need in emergency pinch-runner or something like that. That's where I make my killing so I just work my ass off under your tutelage with you know with coach Wilson. I was him for to your same thing. Just started betting me. I think my sophomore year I was like eight or nine halfway through the year. You know I'm either leading offer batting second depending on. Who's pitching and that's the kind of thing like you want to earn. Earn it in practice and so I've always pushed in my professional life. You know like when I see youngsters come in like I said I see him by different aspects. If you're not here ten minutes early you're already late. You GotTa get into this habit of doing things right doing things right and he just kind of always made me rise to the top at it. Wherever I was at Beit Construction landscaping gardening warehouse. Always tell how do you do these things? I have an APP even even though I'm out of shape out the Italian I gotta do what I can write and make sure that other people are doing what they can write. You know. Expect perfection because also said like I'm okay with Physical Air we're all GonNa make physical. You were a big giants fan. I'm sure he's still RCB. Barry Bonds makes areas. But he doesn't forget. How many outs there are you know when he's on the basis county. He's looking at where his outfielders are in between the pre pitch around taking in the scenery. But when it's time for the pitch he's down ready to you know and all these are like that's all preparation that's not about skill level. Anybody can prepare and so that helped me like in. That's why I like. This would be great because I helped me in so many ways on the field and off the field. Because it's one of those things where I told my dad to not too long ago like you're not a you're not a child to your parents like now. The things my daughter does on that man. My my parents were so good to me and the same thing now where. I'm like the supervisor. I'm the lead on the manager and I'm like Like why do we make life so hard for him? All we had to do was run these polls. Why don't we do the you know? And that's one of those things where I knew I had put in extra work hard nineties. Making the bomb was perfect. You know all those things I look. I'm not GonNa hit it over the fence but I know that if they need a fucking hit it up. I'll be I'll be capable of that because that's what something I can control. I can't control my power but I could control hitting the middle. Whatever may have been so. Yeah I do that you know here. Here's things like we've got you for four years in and there's a lot of coaches in the world and there's a lot of coaches in the world debt that they WanNa Win Games and when your when I first started coaching. I'm sure that that I was really big on winning games and I nobody wants to lose an and I'm big on winning games now but what I've got you for four years. It's not about what I can get out of you for four years. What you get out of me for the next fifty years of your life you know. It's IT'S A game and I've been blessed to have been around some some great coaches that have taught me a lot that I can turn around and give you two kids players in in. You know people like yourself but you know all my times at mountain view in in you know. I think I think we won. I think won two championships there in the four years. I was there It's I if I recall correctly I never hit. I never plays Feel never threw a single pitch. You know in that. Was You guys and that was you guys did it. And and I'm here for you guys and it's not the other way around and yeah. I get the accolades Of My peers. In and people. Hey you did a great job and and it led me to a another great job. But it's about you you know what we're talking about sixteen and fourteen years later sitting here telling me like look. This is about act. I can do this. I've done this in my life and I'm able to do this in my life and you hit the nail on the head. We WE WANNA get kids if I can get my higher group kids to play at a higher level than their talent than I'm going to be pretty successful as a kid. You always had a way to play higher in your talent level. You've got more out of yourself than than than undeclared and I think another thing that you hit on is. Is You said that you've always been very self-aware will when you're self aware like you did you can go. How can I be successful in this environment? I'M NOT GONNA go out Pitch Fabian. I'M NOT GONNA go out catch ozzy or whatever you know What can I do to And you go and do it and you succeeded at that and you did you busted your butt you know It was great to have a tradition at mountain view in L. A. Lot and helps the del Monte small? I mean it's not small community because it's a real small community and in you guys hated to lose to each other and aided to lose to Arroyo and you know you didn't WanNa lose Omani an end because you guys fight in to what I was was itching you guys and you guys were close group of friends. It led to a lot of our success. But you guys. Don't you know if you guys don't have that work ethic you know and there there? There's a phrase it's called a glue guy and the phrase a glue guy is. He's kind of glued to the entire team and he gets along with everybody and in you know when the cubs won the pennant for example. The World Series David Ross was. Was that Glue Guy for the team? and you know you you go to a lot of teams nowadays. And it's it's likely a our pool halls who speaks both English and Spanish and can connect the entire clubhouse in a conversation In I really truly believe this. You're a huge glue guy in high school you. I mean if you had enemies I didn't know about it. You know you always had that smile on your face no matter what you never seemed to be in a bad mood. You always did what you ask you know I asked you like you know you said well. Why can't we had just done this now looking back? You know those kids but you know you always do what you were asked us You never complain you know. I didn't have I think I had. I think I had Like one and a half Eric meetings the entire time I was at mount but you know I never got complaints from you. You were never disgruntled Earth you were you never brought it to fruition in brothels in down you know you seem to be one of those guys. It's just made everybody. WanNa play a little harder and you could just kind of you know you. You have your everybody on the team and bring a lot of people together just to add to that. I mean I don't want to pat myself on the back but it's funny that's Miley. No 'cause at my job before the corona that's what they were telling me Dude we when they said it would cut hours and all these other. I'M OUT I. Am I going to drive this sites to to be able to be near my daughter? I literally worked down the street from value. So I'M GONNA drive all out here for fucking part-time job you know. I could just grab it on the weekends. She's not in school trying to big deal like they said. Do Your Glue like if you leave like everything's GonNa fall apart because everybody sees you hear. They they they think everything's GonNa be alright when we lose you. Everybody know and I was just like the House that up my fault. That's you know I'm just an employee like don't put that on me. That's they should be aware of the situation. You know but you know just kind of like so hearing that you know heard that two months ago hearing now. I didn't consider myself there but I just felt like at the time. You know. These were my friends. These are the guys that we would say after practice and GUAC to. Bbq's go to big DS. Go to Malibu Park and watch one of the literally games at somebody. Sibling was on. You know so we would still hang out after it wasn't just we're on the baseball field. Now we're leaving all our home you know it's like no we're GONNA hang out after this. I always thought that was our theme. I'd walk to school with these guys. Hang out with them between classes so it was just easy being and I don't think we ever had an issue as far as like you know I don't know if your member I'm sure you. Will you see a lot of baseball the Evan Longoria? Bj UPTON TYPE DEAN rats enter fueled when they revolt in Tampa. Just kinda jogged up there in how to get in his face and when I see things like that I'm like I never happened with those you know because I felt like personally I can only speak for myself but I felt like I can't do that to them because I wouldn't want them to do that for me to me right and so I always felt like it was in the pressure. But I'm GonNa just kind of like because we can't be like the days ago you know to use your guys. As words Wilson's we can't just be grabbing as Alpha. We gotta take this seriously. Because I completely bought in because I saw what we were capable of you know. Sophomore year some of the team made varsity. We were on to your you guys one league as well. We want Lee so I think only the freshman came in like second so we almost had the effect that it was just kind of the whole programs. Great so gathered didn't win I on the freshman squad they were inspecting which is rare for mountain view and just sixteen started. Kind of clicking dude. Were pretty good and he started ballooning yourself and so when you say hey I know. Last week we did X. amount of whatever I tend polar this today. We're GONNA push it to fifteen because your endurance is at the time you're like what the fuck endurance correctly. It's hot out here. What is he talking about? And it's like no you guys out to push it because one day it's going to be extra innings and other teams will be tired and you're going to be prepared. So what would you rather be tired of repaired next? You know running like this is the seventh inning. This is the seventh day. Now this is a this is all extra electra and so I always take that into account to the best of my belief like sometimes we do get lazy as you get. Some perks being amounted. Get some like always telling me. Don't forget we've got you to the dance you know. Don't forget. What got you like if you start slacking. People will notice because you don't slack so the day he starts liking what's going on over here so it helps me hold myself accountable. And hold others accountable. Because you're holding them accountable and not yourself they notice so I feel like you gotta push yourself more than `nam so they could they how they're going to say something about you. When you're the one like example running the polls in any say will will how come they didn't run on Giardi finished. You know kind of thing for lack of a better analogy with work but that always helped me kind of assess things like you said. Even then I I was. I was aware of. I didn't realize it to be honest. I'll just kind of a dumb kid like okay. I got a. They say. Run fifteen polls get used to running fifteen polls. That's Iran Mas. After so I wouldn't it was. It was fun. I gotTa tell you like I heard it from. Wasn't I remember that big facebook threat a few years back remember? James Wilson quotes and many because he ended up before me he ended. I mean that's how I ended up. Pat Mountain view was was because of him He was the first coach. I ever higher learning shade. It's I forgot what I was going to say. One of one of his one of your quotes but it will come back to me because there was so many of them but it was. It was fun like winning. Is Fun Reno? Like you're having fun out here and after the fact I saw remember the titans. I don't know if you guys got it from like being out here is fun. Winning is fun and you buy into that. I remember we talked about your sod. Talk about fame and talked about it. Is You talked about it when we lost? There was nobody on the buzz talking. We took that to heart like we don't lose games. We DON'T LOSE TO CAROLIINA. We don't lose. So how can you be smiling and cheering on the BUZZER leader for the software? We're GONNA fuck into say here in quiet and everybody knew it was unspoken rule that you can't be happy we talk and lost doesn't matter we didn't get blow now. We never got blown out. We lost three two in a great game. But that's a shit game because we didn't win and everybody just knew link connects they forget about now. Let's practice for yet Friday game but you know you hear this all the time it's like. Can you have good culture without winning it? Can you make fun without winning? You can have good culture without any things without winning but sooner or later if you're not winning you're not having fun you're not having fun culture and it's just. I I don't know if it's a fact of life I dunno humanity. I don't know what it is but but you know it being good sucks like being. It's sucks to WanNa be good because you WANNA be good. I just heard a quote today in the. I don't know if I've ever really actually heard bright. Say you probably would know more than me about that But the quote was do you. WanNa be the beast or you want to do. The things beasts do and and if you WANNA be the beast and you. WanNa win and you wanna be good aches work. Other people aren't willing to do an willing to put in and unfortunately ninety nine percent of time. Guess what that sucks. You know that that work right there sucks because you know like you said like we would go after practice and we would do this and we would stay and run. This is Stan. Run an extra mile. I'd guess what you know you can remember the classes you got. When your average student showed up. It was expected and you are. You WanNa be these student. You GotTa go right here you WANNA go. You WANNA BE AN A. Student you gotTa go right you you know and and you guys came in after an amazing group of of you know they were bad ass coach for south. You Know God soul which basically me Os. While while ago. I really wasn't aware died in a car accident while we go Thirty years ago now I years ago. Yeah you know. He had a great group of players and and I had which he you know what was left after he left was incredible group players. Still you know Marks no victors. Yeah Yeah you know and you guys came in office heels them in and and I mean you you if you want an and I remember. I guarantee that we have this conversation. You WanNa be your date it. You're going to have to pay the price because it's not like you know when I came in you had Henry Barreira at Rosemead. You had mark robins at in recent years you couldn't walk without tripping over you know The year after that you know. Tucker we played Temple Stadion Ryan occur. Was there After that it the each Will really became super even and it came down to who what group players was going to pay the price and you know. I was blessed with a group of players that were willing to pay the price in and day out And it and it wasn't just that it's like you know you got experience That you probably wouldn't get necessarily because I remember you know when when we would play ball you know we we were. You'll mountain view was a big time. Do freaking nine hundred spore athletes. School you know. And and so the the hamster wheel didn't because off of our started from playing football or this that and the other. We just grabbed you guys that were younger and brought you in the mix and then finally it was your turn to eat able you know in the spring. You weren't lost when you had to do it. You know in and you guys were willing to pay the price and you guys were willing to to go as as young kids before you're ready to play in the fall ball games because you asked you and you know probably looking back like oh my gosh. I get to do this. You know I'm thinking man. This kid's real exciting up to do this right now. you know and then you paid the like you said. Iran impulsive When ran a mile half the practice I wanted to be ready in all in? That's that's paying the price of wanting to be good and and I was blessed I and and you know at talk with. I am in in blessed as well with with a great a great group of players. And you know I I can say this for for my career which this was my twentieth years ahead coach I have been blessed with our greater players and arbitrator parents and our greater administrators to work or and arbitrator co workers than I've ever had bad words. You know even you know even my last year mountain view which we are real with injuries. And it was my only losing season there It was I was blessed with good talent. We have kids. Quit because of families is We had I WANNA say are number ones One of our I think it was. I think it was forrest got injured. Inter Hyphen Leandra got injured. We had a kid. Quit is the aggregated job. You know it was just you lose. Half of your starters season start you know and and there's only so much you can do but I was. I've always been blessed with a great. I've been blessed with Great Group. Kids to coach my entire career in in my time at mountain view. You guys you guys need me everything you have and and everything you had and and even more and I ask I could not even say being. I can't stay one bad thing about him right back at you like 'cause I know. Everybody has their own opinion. Everybody whatever I was like dude to me you know. My Dad was always around. I've had a great dad. Lot of people say like well also. Because you know some of these coaches come in especially like in that type of community like Amani. There's a lot of single MOMS type of thing. I had a great Dan. My Dad was always around. He's just always working so he can make the game but my dad always holiday go You know bad at seventy one for three outfield assists. All right cool cool. You know you do your part to. You're just he. Can He knew the system? You know like when I was young I was really good at soccer. They wanted me to play soccer. I didn't like I did but I prefer baseball so it was like. I'm not saying that could have been great but it was for me to be great. I was playing on an early age but I just preferred baseball. I rather be a shitty baseball player than a good soccer player. At least at that time right maybe even now I mean I was in for me. I I enjoyed it. I like the not the physicality of it like the endurance. You always being running up and down the field all that but that was in baseball was my love. And so seeing a Wilson Wilson to a different type of clone. Try like funny canal bag Kinda. Hey Hey we're having fun when it's time to go we're going noble. J Just Kinda go. Go Twenty. Seven outs twenty-seven outs in the you made your twenty five in. Somebody makes an era. We're doing it again. Like he's kidding right and you're starting up again it's like okay don't like. I told you it's not a pressure. Don't make a mistake but just Canada everybody down now make sure. I crow hop everything perfectly because I cannot be there on nineteen and it's pressure where when it comes down to gametime. It doesn't matter because you're used to it at practice when you practice for pressure you're ready for the game time and same thing with you. Know these little things were adolescents right. We spend more time at school than we do at home. And you just kind of like. Yo Man heard you did this this weekend. Like how the fuck these coach. I got yours on the street. Okay well yeah. I'm not telling you how to live your life just bake better decisions. Make better decisions. You know there's same thing you would always say a royal that go to bed at nine and we knew our heads I do. We saw them at the party. They were not but you would tell us they do. They slept at nine. They were early on. Saturday came to practice and yet here going around. Doing your rookies. Those kind of even though they may be sometimes fall on deaf ears. You still are wear them okay. He's looking out for me when you had that whole. I mean I was pretty good student. You know when I chose to be so I had like a three point five but I remember you did the nobody below a two point. Five is GONNA play here. So if you need a tutoring we're gonNA open up so that you guys and that's the thing you kinda like. Wow You know like not only coaching. But he's also like lending a hand in our score because he doesn't just want us to baseball players. You know he wants to be educated and I'd never took those things for granted I thankfully didn't need it but I was aware of those things you were doing for us at the same time. I want to say it was your wife's classroom. As a matter of fact I was open for us after. Yeah yeah and so like those things what I told you the message that took a big toll on me because if you remember correctly the year after I graduated I needed a couple recommendation letters for great job that opened up and I went to ms be and I can have a surfer letters while but I needed three. That's it cannot have. Ron Savages Information and James Wilson. 'cause I couldn't got to you guys directly. This was like before facebook knowledge. I don't think he'd do do. They'll be okay with it. Just let them know that it's for me. They'll be fine all you don't WanNa teach them like it would mean more of its from them because they saw the kind of player I was so I know they'll make a good recommendation Matt Better Than Oh. He was a good student he came in. He did his homework. They'll know how to type up as I don't want to lie to the letter but I still remember what you wrote. I still remember what James wrote. I still remember with ms be wrote like to me. It was like humbling to hear those things about you and I got the job and everything but it was just kind of like you when you go in there with like this. My coach I was with him for two years as my varsity coach. I was hit with team for one year. This is administrator at my school. I was with her for three years. And you know these are the best recommendation letters could bring into. So you think you'd be part of the game because I know that I'll be a great part of this team but I'm also going to look for everybody else. I'm going to need them to carry their own weight and I know how to make that happen at the time already had a job so I kind of seen early on like Oh man. Some people are really shitty at their job and they just as a you know like they do the bare minimum but they get the bare minimum. They've been here seven years and they have not earned any promotion and they're okay with it and we don't need people like that. We want people want better for themselves. Not just here but in life and like the fog you're eighteen years old talking like that and other things that my Father Yourself Wilson and some teachers you know. I had great teachers. I'd like you say you've been fortunate. I've been blessed if it wasn't for my third grade teacher. I probably still would speak in Spanish because I was so behind from kindergarten. Second Grade I was an English school. Not freaking lick of English so if it wasn't for her taking the time to tutor me between classes classes with recess and lunch my whole life is different and junior high seeing things. I always like you know they say to be young to be. It's better to be lucky than good. I feel like I've been lucky my whole life like something's could've bounced another way for me but in the grand scheme of things like I've been very fortunate the handed out and the people that have been around me and influence me growing up and you were big part of that that way. You know I appreciate that. It's working at a school like mountain view and I was at zoo's You know prior to that you know you know I can't I come from. I come from a two parent household Mom Dad home every night I can't even remember this different era but you know when I was growing up. We ate dinner together. Every night. My My my dad's eighties. My Mom's late seventies still marry you know and and you know I went to We didn't I didn't have the money to go to. Ap You but I went to ap you And so to go and start teaching Zuzana come mountain view. I'd lie safe. It wasn't a culture shock. You know not as much going to mountain view that already gone through. Sousa you but it. It opened my eyes and I think going from Susan amount view you know because then that's my fourth year there and now. I'm getting a little bit older. I mean you realize the impact. You've gotTa make a decision because you have this group is and it was great. I had Robinson drafted in the fourth round had Karonga if NATO that went in played college baseball But the vast majority of you that was your career like you guys were at the twilight the twilight of your career. You know you guys were GonNa Play High School Baseball and and that was going to be it and it wasn't about you know going and playing professional baseball even your dad's dreams How can I make an impact on these kids? Alive for the next forty. If you're inept probably said it's you guys look you have four years here. You'RE GONNA make stupid decisions that will affect next seventy years of your life. What kind of decisions do you WanNa make? How can I help? You be a better better person because you know it's not doubt it's not a doubt you being the number four hitter and and and all Mont View League. It's about you being you know a great a great dad. You know I remember you remembered. Its I opened up. We started messaging back and forth. We had that that message thread about you reading to your daughter you know you had posted something in ice look. Look this is proof right here what you need to do. This is what we do with our kids every night that it has a job. You know it's about you being a good collie errant A good co worker. A good human being you know and and that's really at the end of the day with our jobs about and in I was able to to kind of understand it or I guess maybe get space within a Zuza in and start to learn how to navigate it through mountain view and really really really oak. You got because you know like like you said you know you were. You were blessed that that you had you had a dad. That was around as much as he could be could be at the Games was always there But but I was I was. I remember one time before you guys we start doing growing program with this fall in China explain Throwing the ball fish. It's right here your task. Now raise your hand if your data Itchy and I'm staring at the kids that don't have their hands up and I'm like you've never gone fishing before will coach this issue but I don't know who my dad is and I'm like you know and then then you find out it's like it's not just him. It's those or in the nose around their dad forever and those four you know in its life. How are you going to navigate light? How're you know I've got you for four and so became and I sneak like you know people? Now go people tell people now. It's not about winning. It's about the process and they look at me like I'm crazy. You know I you know talk with I WANNA see. This is our thirteen year plain. And we've one like seven or eight. League Championships in one CIS championship congrats Thank you I have had come through. We've had Talk with high school. We've had probably close to twenty guys go straight to for your college baseball. I think we've had eight kids. I think it's like seven or eight Gandhi one. We have a d. One commit affords Is going to be a senior this year. are short stocks. Mathu thousand seventeen championship team was starting third Baseman Colorado Mesa who was in division two college world last year. And they hear me go. It's not about winning and they're like yeah right man. It's not about winning. It's not about the process and and it's about helping the kid where they're at a better In once I once you understood like this guy cares about me more ingest weather. I caught that ball in the out. Then you're willing to listen to other things because now you know Air About you know if if if I just only talked about only talk to you about baseball or I only talk to you or yelled at you when you drop the fly ball only yelled at you. It's oxygen you screwed up then your thought process. This guy only wants to win games you know and and I don't WanNa win it. Yeah you know me around the I mean I was. I'm I'm way more competitive than than a lot of guys but I've always believed this if I take care of my players and I do things the right way and my goal is to make you a better human being and you know that in making you a better pro baseball players I can do that. I can make you that I it. Anybody making a better baseball. You have to let me. You have to know that I care about you. Ever get to that point you know in in a you know. People think that I jumped in on hands on and on and on that on that you know the the the we had in two thousand seventeen at Mesa I I tell all the time I'm like man. I didn't talk to him about eating. Who is a junior like? Would he lied? He wanted to do things his own way and until he was ready to listen. I couldn't help. And it was in December of two thousand sixteen and he's like finally it's like what do I do and I said. Are you ready list? Yes in and we were able to do it. And but it's it's the it's the worst at getting you guys understand like I want you to be better teams and once you understand that and believe that I agree with it once. You understand man. This guy in the rest is easy and the winds. Take care of itself. You know you guys put in the work at practice. We'd you know I developed a relationship with you. I develop relationship aim. You guys develop relationships with each other. There's there's nobody that can beat us. There's not there's nobody be And scoreboard Today we'll take care of itself you know and and and I learned that at mountain view that I you know I mean you guys needed more. People have always asked me about the weight and I sold them from the word go like I said I was never a big weight room guide until I got to talk with. Will what change I said when I was at Mount Union? Zuzana Kiss Jim Needle Weight Room. The kids needed a debt to learn that I cared about a a needed to learn. Somebody was going to be there for them. Day In and day out no matter what any of the learn how to play the game of baseball. That's what they needed. They didn't need to get bigger. And just insulated air about you know and and and that. That was a huge thing. Is You know aimed me when I left his use. It pain me when I left mountain view inmate. Because you tell kids I remember. I remember sitting in the room and meeting with that group is and telling them that I was leaving and I remember each entity like started. Sobbing is GonNa kill me when I say fight. He started when he hears this hears this. He's GonNa show me what he started sobbing. Bill you'll admits to it he. Yeah you know Because we had a conversation and it was always dealing with His grace and trying to get to get eligible trying to do the right thing and I remember. Say This I swear to you if you're ineligible again. I'm leaving next year. Dusit ineligible leaving. Because I already knew it. I knew what I was. GonNa have to do if nobody knew that I was in it was. It was a secret that I had to keep for a long time and I had to manage it at school site level players in find about it But I I remember keeping him after like I let everybody on Steve. I need you to stay and I'm like and I told them like it's not. I need to understand that. I said if I'M NOT GONNA if it wasn't for moving my family I would not be leaving the school and so it amy. Leave you guys as you know A lot of a lot of Kansas situation. Have you in an all either? And then they're gone. I'll be there and then they're gone and and when I got to every you know every school I was that when I was jazzed at mountain view might this is. I am where my are and and this I had the mentality. This'll be the last job I'll ever treated that way. Because when I left mountain view wanted to leave it better than I found it I wanted is is lives and that's really at the end of the day. My goal with a lot of my players and I know in the moment a lot of them probably don't believe that they think I'm that crazy sometimes like you guys did and and I have my moments where I just snap and go off. But it's it's about life. It's not about a game you know there was the. I'm sure you've seen it is. You're such a baseball fan but there was the Augie Garrido rant if shown in the in the clubhouse and he goes into just melts down. These players. Like two minutes of just here. How do you not have a stroke right now? Meltdown and and he said this isn't about an F. game this is about life. Don't you get it in it is? It's about life because you have to be responsible. People you're responsible. You said it Multiple Times. You're responsible for this get group of guys in. It's a gain if you lost that game. You guys didn't Win League Championship. You know Blah Blah Blah. It is what it is you know but but when you get older it's about so many more things you know in in you know. I made a couple of jokes about fading tonight. But you know I. I remember Hole into the parking lot I in in. I can't remember a school started or it was those days. The teachers had come back or whatever. But you guys you guys are all out there playing baseball recent Stan Lot movie and and I get out and I start walking over. In all of a sudden he walks up you know and we made a men's and and you know he went on to be the the the league. Mvp CO MVP with kids from South Oman Year. And that's what it's about and it's it's you know it's it truly is. It's not about the mistake. It's about what you do after them. Stay and and coaches. Throw that around so easy Oh It's you know it's it's not about. The state is what happens at but but the problem is this you guys. Are you know you guys are kids in in GonNa Correct? Bbn's behavior if. I make him run the I think it was the polls or whatever it was in and kick him off the team and be done with him forever. I'm not gonNA correct I mean you know and and Y- In into a political thing but you know you look at that you look at our jails and are there a lot of people that just need to be in jail forever there are but are there a lot of people that are in jail correct correct their behavior and and put him on a path in life that are just sitting in jail doing nothing there there there are this you know and and if I had just been done in white my hands with avian how how am I helping the kid? How my health? I'm not helping a kid learn anything from it. All I'm doing is giving a punitive discipline and and telling them to get. Outta my face and I'm done with you and so it's not about the mistakes about what you do optimistic. That's on us as you learn with with a child. You'RE GONNA make mistakes. You have to let them figure out how not make mistakes. Give them the opportunity to correct behavior. You know in and the two a two things. Fabian did that that that that myth the world's me is meeting me halfway and I physically mean meeting me halfway because when I left the car he had enough false his age to start walking towards me. I was not walking towards the you know I was walking to you guys and I'm sure he's well aware of that and but he he he wanted to meet me and he wanted to offer me and I was willing to have that conversation with him and him coming in having that conversation with me and not being scared to have it because you know how it is in front of a peer group and he did it in front of the could've waited until school started knocked on my door lunch. Let's talk you. You Walk in front of all yes. He walked up in front of every single one of you and wanted to have that conversation right in there and and that that is always impressed me about him in it meets world semi you know talking about social media and we were talking about how he's connected. I forgot that like three years ago. I started giving out be the lineup. Cards against the player of the game lineup cart and because baby baby and posted it on posted on facebook one day that forgot. I even did bad you know and I started giving him out again in. Oh my gosh zip not mean the world to these kids. I had one parent. It's like coach. He's got every one of those he's got every one of those you gave him on the wall. You know in in and I might not have been doing that right now. Might not have ever remember that. It hasn't been imposed that often. You know but it truly is about. How can I help you guys get better as human beings because I mean in all my years? Coaching twenty years. I've coached two kids the step foot on a professional ballplayer and that was mark. Robinson and Kidding Ryan Miller out it's awkward So how many hundreds of kids have I come in contact and and you're talking about you kiss you know and and I think the kid at Colorado Mesa will be my third But it's about it's about the relationships you and I build and build with you guys and about you wanting a better life for yourself and that life doesn't have to look like everybody else's life but you know you. How can I show up for work every day and be responsible for the guy sitting next to me? And how can I do right by my you know as beautiful? I just let you go. There's there's see it on social media. I when coaches yell at players when coaches do sting like where they. They're not playing everybody where they're not how. How do you go about that? I'm not sure you know you said you're blessed by great parents but there's not just nine players on the team you know there's the thirteen to fourteen and I feel like me being who. I was aware that I wasn't I did my best turn it in practice. The drills those outfield drills that are not knowing but just kind of drought repetitive. You know at the time which is I do. I know how to grow up. I know how to grow up. I know how to Kobe. You're like why are we doing this again? And you know you get older you hear the league quotes you. Hear the ten thousand our expert after ten thousand hours to make sense as a kid. You're like dude. I want to do the fundraising when we come out here. And we throw the football around or tossing it like a receiver over the shoulder off fundraise instead of just the tedious. You never yell that as kind of like yelled yelled but not at us like you weren't disciplining anybody. Bhai like yelling directly at them. So I see these days you know obviously on the far and you had the coach night by knife throwing the on the basketball court the chair. Yeah but you gotTa let these coaches have some you know. It's the difference between the personal life. And then you never yell at me or anything like that. There was one time you got mad at somebody did something like was throwing rocks or something hagler stopped and I was a I was more shocked over what happened and they kept doing it. I remember it was but they kept throwing rocks are we were like in our little huddle angler already told you next time you're running and I was like what the Hell Am. I think. Maybe you thought I take offense because my face was like shocked face what. The guy wasn't even doing anything so after you came like Egli you know. I'm not mad at you. Just do not do without the coach who was. I didn't see I had my head down. Just don't do it. I won't I never took a fans like Oh this guy's yelling even though that was like the sternest you ever got me but I mean how do you deal with like especially in the day of social. Media's where like I'm sure. The parents are recording their kids. But if you were to have let's say a meltdown or a blow this going. You know they don't know what's going on the field you know. Sometimes you need that kick in the ASS. I've done it on Sunday League teams I was on. We were losing to this team. Great story don't want to get into it too long but Sunday League team in the Semis for To get into the championship these guys out. They already won the game. We're only going seven innings or whatever but it's like the sixth inning. They're up for like going to the top of the salmon still got the last ups and they're already celebrating economically. You said South. Doing you know the the champagne under the seats. They got their apple CIDER. So I just brought the huddle together make these mother. Fuckers are out here celebrating. Whatever they want we still got up. So we're GONNA you. They think they want just kind of like a motivational. Typing we were adultery. Were in early twenties. We went out there. Philip Alex Andrew. These are all part of the team on nineteen. We ended up scoring six game. That any we one. If let's say I was a coach and that was a high school team. It'd be like look at this way. Does he talks to his players. That's why you gotTa have a people that never played. Sports are the ones that make a big deal about it. But I'm just like I hate when I see stuff like that dude. Yes our kids but you need to let them know that. Like a little motivation. You know like to me. It's fine like somebody. Obviously you're getting three or four year olds like they don't even how to kick a soccer ball. They can't even hit the ball. There's a difference but these are young men and women that this is real world. You know some of your bosses are going to La you you should be aware that. Got A job like okay. I'M GONNA I don't need this job but if you need to be that's GonNa take. We never saw you. Yeah so we'll times where I saw you like. Get a little out of it. Oh Shit he serious because if you're just walking around yelling day then obviously we'd like just another Monday for us but it's I feel like only happens once a year. You're like we fucked up. We fucked up you me. So how do you get you know? Here's the thing I chuckle a lot. because I hear things are cheap things on social media like Oh. You can't do that. You get fired nowadays in in it's about it's about you sayings and one. It's about being real with kids and what I mean by that. Is this if they know that you care about them and they know that you desire to have a relationship with them? It's more than just baseball and you know that you're there for them and you know that you They know that you will be there when things are bad Then they can deal with things a lot more than if if it's just baseball. I I don't mix my words and I am very very blunt straightforward with players always have been I can be prone to some Bobby Knight s meltdowns from time to time Believe it or not But the biggest thing is this. Is My players. Know that I first of all. Here's the biggest thing I don't ever call out player real. If I'M GONNA call out a player I'M GONNA call them out and say look when you were coming around second base and your eyes were in the outfield and your body went wide of the bag and you got thrown out or base. That hurt us. You know I'm not GonNa go into a rant and call them every name in the book and this you know And so my Bobby Knight Esque. Meltdowns are more as a in a group setting like you said. I'm not yelling you. I'm yelling at them yelling at the players. And and and you don't you don't individualize it and they'll personalise it and I think that that is what really gets. Which is in trouble is when you start really digging in to kid and you specifically. Il after kid and you are significantly demeaning a individual. You're you're asking for problems I try to I. If I'm going to deal with kid. I try to deal with a kid one on one. Because it's a one on one problem if it's if it's systematic of the group and it's a group thing I have no problem getting after them you know and the one thing is is this. I try to you know the Games you know and your parent in in. You'll go through this baby. In his baseball team. Option is other baseball team. They'll see what you know. They'll talk about they don't already but we use When you sat in my wise class or other kids sat in my wife's class in took its has. You didn't have anybody sitting there barking in your ear. It's a test. Go take the rings quiet but for some reason when you guys play Baseball Games. It's actually now their parents. You know they WANNA yell. Every last little instruction a possibly candidates and in they don't want to sign it and they don't want to stay quiet you know when it comes to games. I tried to stay as quiet as possible. And if I need to say something. I'll stayed quiet as possible. And that's not stated I don't rip teens during the Games but if I'm going to rip you. It's usually cracks because we're doing a it's not closed doors and I'm not a quiet person as you you you know but it's closed doors. This is our this is our house you know and and and I'm not gonNA air family laundry in the middle of the you know in truth through old Last year I aired it out too far in a game and it was on a Friday and you know. I spent the whole weekend wanting to get back to school on Monday to apologize. He acted like south. I went too far. And but how do I deal with it? I I try to limit it practice in tries limited in a group setting and I don't try to individualize act or the towards kit and I think I think Praise in public scolding in private. And I mean because at least if I'm real good at that but I track nine strategy to go. I try I try to do those. I guess in in private balance now does I mean I remember like there. Were THOSE CERTAIN DAYS. You know like we just be arrival. You know that you're coming off their high. You had that Wednesday game. Thursday is going to be like cool at that age. We don't know better so we're thinking like Oh cu thirties chill practice. 'cause Thursdays was like shorts. You know it wasn't even baseball pants. It was just shorts because we had the game on Friday. So we're going to be cool. We're going to be relaxed. And they were running polls. We're doing this job. Doing what the Hell's or you know maybe mentally. We weren't prepared and so now physically. Like what the Hell's going on and so everybody just kind of going through the motions because we just it's an emotional roller coaster yesterday and your job is to prepare us for Friday. But we're over here and join still Thursay and so that's why I remember you scolding US team. You guys got to get your head out of your like how bad you guys wanted like you know you say maybe a little aggressive. Maybe a little yelling. But that's what he does like. That's what gets US. Because you're like data's laws you think they're taking it easy at practice and you guys want you're taking. Abc that you're GonNa play them one more time. This is where you win that game. And you're like Oh fuck you know you're right but you're like us we're like faulk man we just won- you gotTa holiday of practice and then we got another tomorrow so that's how it works. You know obviously like you said culture. Our our culture was a winning culture. The Fun came along for the ride. But like you said earlier you know. The culture dies out or the winning doesn't happen. The culture dies and then people get to. Oh well you know just yelling. He lost the players. The coaches in the right now because they're millionaires. They're not gonNA get yelled at or whatever but lose the locker room in. I felt like Kai read all these articles right and this is obviously written by somebody. That's never played a sport. The Kid obviously sets up the sport and they want their kids to be the center fielder batting third fucking coming into close like no dude. That's not you're trying to win like yeah. We want to have fun but he should be putting in that word. I just have his mom write a blog that gets published in a fucking article right. That's not how the real world works and you're trying to appease them and you're making more of a shitty kid because he thinks that accounts complain till things go my way as opposed to let me do the work he's GonNa enjoy the work because you're gonNA see okay. Maybe I don't bet for it but now I'm in the top half of the lineup. Okay now not a sub now started like those are the little ones and those little wins become big wins and to me. I want to get your perspective. I'm like dude. How did he leave? Are you there? Maybe he got a call is just me in here? So thank you for those listening. I'm sure he's in jumped back in but maybe his phone died. Maybe something is the first Simpson to like. This happens. But it's a great time to plug if you if you're a fan of this show listen in on the cool kids part the Co kids table. Podcast DOT COM on Youtube facebook and instagram. You could find us under the cool kids table podcast and on twitter. It's the cool kids pod. If you like it leave overview thumbs up fucking subscribe you all these things. Add up over time and we're building an audience and it's great to have people like CIF champion coach. And if you enjoy you know tire France in here in here. And he's back in here he might have gotten a call again can can you hear me? Yeah we go. I'm sorry my frigging air pods died and it shut the whole Did it again is? Maybe his phone disconnected and I think he has heard that is airport died and and he got disconnected but he should be back in the second maybe his phone Stein. We've been at it for maybe an hour and ten minutes something like that. I'm great coach. Great Person Father was a big part of my adolescence. I'm sure he'll listen back to this. So sounds weird. Sane Ron coach savage. Thank you for everything you did for our squad for me personally. That recommendation matter. You'd have to do any of that and you still went out and did it for me. We've had some great conversations through Facebook Messenger and all that it's crazy championship coach. He's back in cool on mute. Can you hear me all right? I can see you. Yeah you back okay. Cool so it was just like made it. Don't worry about it. It happens hearing. Yeah Yeah. You're back to an audio okay. So I bring in on my air pods died in shut the whole thing off all right or about it just it was all. I was saying that. Yeah like it's it's crazy. All I just wanted your perspective on that as far as some you know you see them pop up. And then they hit shared. Sometimes it'll be like a little. It's not even that of Iran just like what are you doing now here. You guys you wanNA play fucking soccer. Go play soccer but we're out here playing football. You know that are coming with high in Omega. I can't believe is players only dude. It's not even that bad accurate. I was in junior. High was probably the worst coach I ever had for soccer and he would yell at A. He would be raiders and not one of the reasons why I was like in the. I don't know really not digging. The soccer thing that happened I was like why am I? I'll hear you know like why my putting myself through this but even then it was. I still play the next year so it wasn't because of the coach but that's the believe it or not. I started playing baseball and eight grade. I was actually really like. You're pretty good. I think we can ever afford it like I never play literally and so I used to play with my dad. Eight on Sunday League team we would I would like with Izzy and remember Eduardo. Raise my yup tick like we would just play catch with the dogs play. Now feel with them. That's why I could always get supply. They just throw me an outfit and I had to throw it in. You know these are throwing it in. There's no cutoff. So you just so we all had cannons for arms. Take the best out of everybody. Is he a pitcher and Mijas that that long toss because it was just something we did but just to see like nowadays it trips me out when those videos you know? Yeah it's it's you know in you. Kinda said something like like you know you you you have not. You'll have nine players play in. How do you do it? You know we're very upfront like I'm very upfront. Now you know we can run programs year round and you know I'll give you an example leading into this year. You know we. We graduated six starters so we have three kids coming back. Our kids are starting. That's going to be our number one going to Fullerton We have our left fielder We have our first base third base kid that that plays both corners in in all three of them pitches. Well you know and then we have a slew of sophomores juniors and Ernie coming in from JV and we will play seventeen games schedule in the fall. And if I have kids that WANNA play shortstop that I believe can play shortstop on the varsity level. They're gonNA play shortstop and they're gonNA get equal innings and they're going to get equal that bats as much as possible and and we're GonNa let that be. We let that be the decision maker because you know in that truthfully speaking. That's one of the reasons why we got into blast as well. You know you're GonNa tell me that coach. Why am not playing well okay? Let's look at my starters here. Here's my nine guys in here. Is there average mile per barrel? Spears are asked you know average barrel speed and here's your speed and is at the end all be all no but it's not subjective either know And and in plain time is not subjective. When when in the fall were were evening and out and were even out as as far as we can and the more. I tell coaches this all the time in you know. I have traveled. Bala guys will talk to me and they'll be like you know Janis. Mom thinks he should pitch the kids. Socks What should I tell her? Let him pitch the guys like what do you mean? Let him pitch. Which Johnny gives up eight runs in any his MOM'S GONNA big. You never let a pitch again you know. Give them what they want. And and you know a kid says it you know a kid. A kid wants to pitch as long as I believe in it. Might you know if there's some kids that I'll say look we. We have no room in our in our on our pitching staff for another pitcher You'RE NOT GONNA get any varsity innings But if I have a kid that I think can be serviceable in the fall. I'll give an opportunity and we'll let the we'll let the opponents decide Because we we have a mix of games we play we play we play either teams that that we feel are comparable to us or we played teams. That are better than us. And and so they're going to pitch against both and you know we. We find out a lot about kids by putting them out there and and them knowing like they're they're playing for their jaw and it doesn't mean that kid doesn't have a job at the end of. December. The kid might be moved to a position but if he wants to be the starting shortstop and he can't get it done on the field. I've told every single parent in August. Look this is how we make decisions at the varsity level. You know. I've heard you know I just people ask me. We'll do Detroit's not from my varsity kids. I don't do people ask if I do try outs. And I'm like count for my Varsity Kids in two thousand twenty and I've been doing this since basically two thousand sixteen. No I don't like when you're in the program after your freshman year we have a conversation. You're either on the fall roster or you're not on fall roster you know and and and that that that moment comes from from with some interesting situations I had a kid That is was actually a bullpen guy for the last two years and and he was actually doing very well this year and his sophomore year. He was very out of shape that he wasn't included on the fall roster. He felt that he should have been included on the full roster and he made no bones about it. And so we had a three way scrimmage where we basically played a doubleheader against two schools and one of our kids wasn't going to be able to be there that day and so I went to my pitching coach and I said what do you think about this kid throwing for us. He looked at me. Because the whole coaches staff wasn't ingredients kid didn't didn't belong at that level at that time and I go look man. Here's the deal. I know he doesn't belong. You know that he doesn't belong but the kid thinks he blocks. Let's give him one innings either previous. Rana right here. Four runs in one inning. The ball never left the infield except when he threw it over the first baseman and I never heard of Pete from him the rest of the year. You know it's because the points prove and it's it's in it's not meant to be indicative. It's meant to get them sometimes to appoint like you said Self Awareness. Because if I tell you you can't play. You believe you can play. Then you're always going to have an argument in the parent is always going to have an argument. You don't give my kid a chance. How do you naps well? I've been doing this for twenty years. I I know I know your kids not ready for this level. But they don't know but here's the thing and here's the beauty and I and I literally just heard this today from another coach. Here's the thing the ball doesn't know if you're fifteen sixteen seventeen or eighteen when that ball hits the strikes on on the outside corner. He doesn't know what age you are and he doesn't take it easy on you because you're fifteen and with the explosion of travel ball. Everything is eight nine ten eleven twelve thirteen fourteen. Fifteen sixteen seventeen eighteen you. Well these kids get to high school and they dominated their whole life but the piece of the puzzle. It's always been left out is it's against your age bracket now. Sidon you WANNA be fifteen you kid and play at the nineteen you level and then you want to complain that you're not getting an opportunity. Well the best way to do that again. I'll give you an opportunity. We'll see if you can play in honestly giving the kids. The opportunity in the experience to play in people think I'm crazy but I always go back to like you guys in plain you guys at JV and the fall. When because I had a choice I was either. GonNa play you guys. Jv Kids at weren't ready to play or we weren't going to have a fault program. We didn't have enough pizzas laying around. You know the shit to freak in a to play fall ball you know and I did it. I did it then out of survival to a a winter program and but I saw I saw value to it. Because when you guys did come of age you were at a different level than the other kids because we you know like. I said you look at it. It's not like the talent pool was you go to a royal you go to South L. Monte Rosemead you know It's all the same pool where we were all swimming in the exact same who will. Why were you guys at a different level because you guys did different things year round and and you might have been sacrificial lambs you know before your sophomore year before your junior year but when you got that seat at the table you didn't have a problem with you know now. I use it in a little bit of the same manner of self awareness but we use it to decide like who truly belongs at this level. Because you know I we went and played. You know this last fall we went and played. This isn't a single day in a tournament who played Vista Myriad. In the morning and we played football at night and between the three schools there was probably nineteen four year. College Commits A. We only had one of those nineteen you know and and so you learn a lot when your plane teams that are there. That are a different town level Above you because what are you going to be able to? Do you know even back when you guys are playing. You know we were I. Am I remember this and and I'm honestly admitting violating CIS policy right now even though I don't think you'll have is like twenty years ago We a group of coaches. We got together in. We created a fall league You know you guys didn't necessarily know that's what we did. But we created a false schedule behind closed doors and and you look at that you look at the talent pool and and we were playing. No gallison the Monrovia's Sandy. Mrs You know we were playing teams. You know I took you guys let you guys play against freaking teams that we're going to come into our league easily and win you know. I don't know if you were part of this. Group played one talking about. Did you play the San Gabriel Valley Arsenal? Where you know okay. So we plan arsenal team. And the era Mike Veer who ran the Arsenal tells me look? I'm GonNa Bring my sixteen. Ut behaviors before he say anything. This freaking isn't your average sixteen. Ut these kids are going to be pretty good. He rolls out this kit. That's just black kid rolls out on the mound at mountain view. Any just absolutely throwing babies just shed is frigging. Aaron Hicks is who the Kid. What the Yankees Right? Yeah you know and so it's like I never went and just I never went and just said okay. We're GONNA do this. Let's go get the crappy teams and we're GONNA PLAY AGAINST THEM. So you feel good about yourself and you know. I remember one of the biggest compliments guys received was. We were playing We're playing team and it was John. It was no gals was John. Romano and John. Romano has done everything there is do under the Sun High School Baseball coach a lot of big names and he said you know one thing about you guys is this. You have a team. It's the beginning of the year and the team. You are by the end of this. This spring season and throughout the season is completely different. You guys bust your ass. You play the game the right way and at the end of the season. It's it's a pleasure to watch you play because I see where you guys are at the beginning of the year and it's a different spot where you're at the end of the year you know in in. I don't know I don't think you guys get to those levels if we don't you know if your not tested we go and I go soft on you or parents go soft on you or let like you said Johnny shouldn't be on JV. Johnny shouldn't be on the bench. John shouldn't be any nights. I want my kid to be a four year. Starting Varsity player in hit for it and then I'm an argument. They you don't get the same product you know it's it's it's a refinement by fire and that's that's the only way that you're going to grow. Is You know yet. My my daughter is in seventh grade and one of the things that I've kind of put a demand on her to do is kind of do a workout at kettle bell workout and during this thing and she started doing it and the next day she could walk. And it's a fifteen pound kettle bell. But it's not like she's in seventh grade and the next the next day she can't walk and I said I said she's playing she sore. I go you're sore because you're growing. She is what do you mean I go? That's soreness is the lactic acid from your muscles. Terry in order for your muscles to grow. They have to tear. They have to grow. And that's what's causing the growth of pain that you're experiencing is causing that growth and you know I try to explain that to kids. It's okay to fail. We're GONNA get our goal in the fall. We're going to get thrown out. We're GONNA make you steal. We're GONNA put you in uncomfortable positions. We're GONNA end when I mean unconscious position. I don't mean you know the big loaf of first base playing center field. I mean you know you're going to see you know you're gonNA see dudes on the mound that you won't see all year we're GonNa make you feel as uncomfortable as possible in the fall. So that when you start playing in the spring the game slows down for you and you're able to succeed and if. I can vouch for that little quick story. I I did the football program Sophomore junior year and obviously senior year but The Saturday my junior and senior year I was in that remember. I I had to miss about of the Games had that Saturday Catholic confirmation class. Yeah I do remember that and so I had to it was I believe four might be wrong but I remember being like every Saturday so two classes every month and so come junior year. My friends think I'm ready for bars. Varsity. I think I'm ready for Varsity. I almost two confident. I just play the game. I thought I was a shoe in for Varsity and comes a season time I'm on. Jv and I was mad at you. I was mad at myself. I was mad at my parents. You know like dude if I would just two extra games I would have gotten a little bit better and you know you cope with it. I thought about quitting. I didn't I'm on. Jv Let's make this the best. I can were killing it. You know I have a lot of a lot of this. That's how good we were. Sure they don't mind but I believe Ozzy Yod Ernie we were all on. Tv as juniors on its side Legia. It's sad but at the same time we were dominating but at the you know we were happy. 'cause we want like fourteen in one we want to do. This is nothing like we're we're this much better than everybody else like like you said like but looking back now. I remember that made me appreciate my senior year. Moyano I don't know if your coaches are your sisters or your past players or your future players. Listen to this but take what you can out of you know. Because that's where I got I wouldn't say good. I WanNa say good but that's where I became such a better team. Such better Player not as in on the field just taking advice. Doing things like dude. I'm only here for one year. Like let's make memorable one. Even though I was already confident in my skill level when I was I knew I was a good teammate. You know I was looking out for everybody's type of thing. How put the helmets? Even though the catcher he at seven innings and fucking ninety degree weather. You know. Let me take the catcher's gear even though that's his job. That was who I was because I knew that I do. This could be taken away from me. 'cause I thought I was getting enough. You know my teammates thought I was getting off but at the end of the day I was never mad at like I will man but not like upset like Oh my God. I hate him but 'cause sophomore year we did like a few What's called squad practices Mark Robinson? And since I was a sophomore on. Jv and he was only center fielder. It was me and him. Now feel in hammer throwing guys out in from Centerfield dude for I was like five four. He was like six. Would you like you gotTa Harmon next year? You know this is yours. I'm out this is all yours. They don't have you guys. Don't have another film right now. He's like do this. You know make sure you know all those things that he did. I don't know if you remember like the fly ball. It's clearly just him and senator he just go ball. That's got it from all those things because I try to emulate him but what I'm trying to say is I if anybody listening ever feels like this is what I deserved like. No because sometimes you'll put in the work you put in the after hours. You'll do everything right but that's life it doesn't always go your way and at the time. I'd understand it not wanna like live in the past or anything like that but that really made me appreciate my senior year. Varsity so much more because people were had been on the team to three years so they were kind of our e like this is what I do and so I was taking it all in like every practice. Was You know my first practice? Every drill was that we never did that and Janey with you know certain things scenarios where the signs were so not complicated but just so much like if we knew the sign. We knew the Sign Right. But somebody has an outsider. I remember like you guys understand. All that like yeah. It's very simple but he just made you appreciate the little things more and like I said in case anybody ever feels like damn I should have been a three year starter to your started like I thought I should have been two or three year starter. True story parcells had tryouts freshman year. That's why I kind of knew him. He would love Dernie like you said you're my future shortstop you fucking good and he was like you're pretty good like you. Quick on your feet like I was always outfielder early on like eight grade. I did a second base and all that but my position was outfield. Because that's what I always knew. And so he would like there's this kid mark Robinson like you'll be under him like he's going to teach you a lot. I always felt like okay. I just go through the go through the what's it called like. Just go through the motions and I'll be so come freshman year when it's baseball season. I'm I'm on the bench when I start playing field batting ninth so it to me. It was always I gotta earn. Maybe it was my size but I always just earned it by the end of the year playing Senator Writing Second. You know so for those if anybody needs those words just because you think you deserve it. That's not how life works and I'm glad it worked out the way it did because maybe I would have been a little arrogant come senior year like. Oh Yeah I've done. Before I was started last year I was center fielder. You know soon in your year. It made me that much more appreciative of the moment. Because I was in the moment like I said I was enjoying this conversation. I'm aware like this. I can't believe we're having this conversation. That's was when I was in center field and we're playing a royal and I remember one game. There's twenty one outs and icon mind. Fly Ball they they do what the folks going on even just throwing it right there where they can't catch up and it just getting under. Its I kept pulling in. I believe it was coach. Me and coach could them in a sign on doing an nightmare coach. I'm good right here. I'm good right here and do the choke like I'm good right here. I came in a dugout coaching. Only five bucks. I've cut like how many like we're on five and we're only in the fifth inning like no way could check. The scorebook checked his book. And you like. You've been doing some scouting now. I learned from you. And that's the kind of thing you know. I just knew where to be because even in the moment I knew like dude I mean a lot of fly balls and outfielder. You're aware that type of thing. Yeah so the point of Iran is if anybody listening if you feel like you got the short end of the state work harder because things don't always go your way you could do everything right and he's still sucks. Say where you're still not getting? I'm telling you from experience. That's funny anything you want to touch. I WANNA how. How did it go down CIS championship winning? What was that like? It was a long time coming. Man That was man. You know it's funny. So here's the quickest version. I can give you. They'll start with. We'll see where it goes so we get to the game and the game before us. I don't know I know it was Arrowhead Christian. I Know Arrowhead Christian was playing the game and the reason why I was very well aware that was either their local there in redlands or something like that but Freaking their head coach. I think the wife died of heart attack. Like the final game or something. It's something like that. She died the wife of the head coach and the sun and so they were they. Were I mean? Whoever they're playing against day they were just trouncing. I mean it was bad like and I remember standing there at. Ucr of the first base side. And I'm like I just don't want to lose like that. I don't WANNA get here and lose like we when we beat no Gallus. It was the fourth time that I had been to the semi-finals The third time being the year before and and so I just was like I. I don't I don't WanNA lease like that. Bible is least make it a one run game. Well you find out quickly how funny God that God has a good sense of humor because we're in the seventh inning and it is bases loaded. It is two outs and we are bringing our relief. We're bringing a relief. Pitcher in we had to pull are starting pitcher Because of pitch count and we have to bring in a sophomore who was committed to Fullerton at the time We have to bring him in with bases. Loaded two outs ball. One ball to it's now tuna At to know I now realize that losing by one run was going to be far. Worse Than Losing by Enron's STO heathen throws goes to one count goes three one dress strike. He throws a pitch. That was doubt. I leveled kid swings out and he gets a strikeout. Wow now the real precise story. That is the first pitch. The Kid jumped out of the Wales. Like legitimately flat out jumped out of the way of the ball. Had he not moves we would have lost in several You then goes to a two one throws a slider kid moves again out of people catch with a hit him but it come real close and then he swings at a pitch at his is So we go to the top dates. Now that's the year they instituted the pitch count and the rule is one hundred ten inches. Finish the batter. So when you hit a hundred and used finish that batter you have to leave the pitcher. You can go to shortstop wherever you have to. You can't pitch them so we are our number two hitter's up kid named Norman. Powell is our leftfielder ball. One ball to ball three ball slower ball score is one hundred inches. For this kid the kid's name was Pearson all one hundred ten pitch and nobody's moving in the dugout. Nobody's warming up our catcher. Who are number three hitter comes up? Kyle? Whether be using senior. We go SAC. Bunt hundred level. I call time I walk up to the said I need this kid's pitch counters. He turns around looks the Dugout. Which is the home dugout? Which was responsible as was CIS. That was up. Tom And he yells coat deals with a clicker. What's your pitch? Count Unity? God I was expecting a kid. Say something like one hundred seven hundred ten hundred and eight even though I know I'm right. The one number I was not expecting to hear. With one hundred level the kid goes looks at his clicker and goes a hundred and eleven. I palm but the empire and go. Oh my gosh. That's an illegal pitch. He goes no one hundred ten sentenced the batter. I go ball. Four hundred. That sac bunt was at one hundred eleven so long story short. A big discussion takes place a big knot. Ca Fossil is in any kind of fighter like that but a big discussion. A big couple goes on for probably twenty minutes Our number four whole hitter. His kid at Mesa comes up they bring in another kid he hits the ground ball through this five six. All in we score the winning run Or THE GO AHEAD RUN. And then we go into the bottom of the eighth. Our kid comes back After the nerve wracking experience of seven gets three outs. And you know. We ended up when championship The coolest thing about it was this school at Ardian. I don't know how many people UCR holds but the place was packed with our fans and against social media right now later so I'll say this way so the place was packed with our our sense as a coach as a player. You don't hear a lot of things going on in the game like in the moment you don't things as I'm bringing the kid around third base and score the winning I can hear like our entire fan base Ruppi and screaming and yelling. And it's honestly like I bring it around third base and I can seal the goosebumps coming up on my arms as I'm doing it because I can hear just the roar of the fans you know and and after so this was going to social media. As afterwards I saw so many angles of the play I saw so many angles of the game. I saw so many different pictures of different bands. That were there that I did know that were there you know. And it's funny because my wife. She's like she she she just kept talking about the fact that you can sit down. And she's walking all over the place and enter stomach hurts and my daughter's voice ran out and you know it's just. It was great winning a championship. But it's IT'S AGAIN. It goes back to relationships. You know my wife We met at mountain view and and You know she's been with me through the whole thing and you know she's been there in in the seasons where we came up. We came up short. You know. And and she's been she was there for the the the whole ride in the joke is she can't come to semi-final games anymore because she wasn't a Gal game we won But you know it. It's weird because you know she. She's probably in the stands experiencing the same pain that I'm going through but it's probably worse because she can't. You can't do anything about it. But it was. It was a surreal ride. The whole season was a surreal ride. I mean I think the playoff game best team we faced and I've said this time and time again was in the second round and it was seger stream from Santa Anna and But it was one run games. One RUN GAMES TO RUN GAME ONE RUN Games and and you know we we start the final off with a double and get picked off at second base at seconds you've picked off second base and and I blame myself but but but then again here's bank and this is what this is. What allowed me. I went back dug out and and spent time between as reflecting on it to get over it. But it's an environment that I'm not against you know it's it's I felt further away from second base ever been before Ballparks bigger there's more fans at that gain any high school game I ever coached in. And it's the first ammunition a freaking out did can't hear me and so you know it goes back to what I said earlier. It's like it's not about what you do after It's not what you do steak and I still had. I don't know how many more freaking any coach announced to coach you know and and but it was just a surreal environment in just tight game and you know we're up one. Oh until I don't know on the blades. Any in ground ball that goes through the wickets of our first basemen. The kid gets the second base and then The the the KID HITS OF LEADER OUT TO CENTER FIELD IN KID comes running in to die for it ends up in short tied game. And then you know it's it's goes seventh basis loaded full count with a pitch count. It's just I shut it afterwards and in I do. I wish that I had had a ten run lead and I was able to soak in the moment of the last inning. A little bit and look around and be arbit- I I do but in the same token anybody that knows me and anybody that's been rounding with with my personality and my emotions and my love of the kids and love for the game and just the way I am. I think it was a perfect scenario. I mean of course it's me with a pitch count rule happens to of course. It's me your extra innings. Of course it's me that it's not tight the whole time in and it was it was it was a great great experience that. I hope I if I don't ever want another cf tidal. I've been blessed to win one and it's it's you realize you don't think about it. You realize how small small company it's in But you know God willing that I will be able to go back to the mountain top again but if I don't I mean it. It was a great experience that I was completely blessed out not knowing your players our future players with your coaching abilities. The way that we talked about you bring out the best and every player from your best player to you. Know your four sub. You have everybody by in. It's not a three month process and I think that's what makes you so great. Is that you understand like this is going to be from the beginning of the year by December. Some of these kids are going to be buying in. And that's contagious. You start seeing people hustling so. There's no doubt in my mind you'll win more. You know that that group funny thing is that two thousand seventeen group was a lot like unites. They you know I actually. I have a picture somewhere still and it was. They dead played together since they were like eight years old type of thing that they had started playing Tony Ball together than they went into a travel ball team together and and it was a picture of them when they were like maybe eleven twelve years old four of them together in their jerseys and they retook the same picture their senior year in their in their talk with jerseys and that was a It was a group of kids that that were were very similar to you. They were very tight. Didn't WanNa let each other down. They they they weren't. They weren't playing for me. They weren't playing for the school. They weren't playing for the community and I don't mean that in any way shape or form disrespectful and selfish would I mean is it they were. They were there playing for themselves. They were playing for their the their best friend from when they were eighth. Grade your best friend. Since they were third grade. That was the left of them in the right of them. And they weren't GonNa let each other down You know in and I was aware in the impressed me was. I was aware that there were some internal. There is a little mild internal strife from time to time but the amazing thing about that group is it never raised the surface. It stayed underneath the surface. All they wanted to do take care of each other and go win this thing for each other. A I mean not to just curiosity now. You've obviously been AF. When he coach. I always felt like maybe that one picture you talked to what he believed in himself so much. I believe in so much. I thought we were a winning team. You know six. Would that be a fair thing to say? I know the semi for the second round bothered bounce our way we lost two one. It's not like I blow now. I always felt like that team. Put it if I was that when we played woodcrafts. Okay so the funny thing is you Don Leander Angel. Let me let me tell you the funny thing about woodcrafts Would trust is been the bane of my existence my entire career because I've lost them at talk wits. They've knocked me out of the playoffs three years. Wow so in fact sewer the trips. The semi finals involve losses to woodcrafts. But it's funny because we were just talking about that so you know. I'm good friends with the Monrovia coats. Blackmore and he's been there forever. I don't know if you guys were aware of this. But that's the year that that We would have gone straight to the semi finals game. All very dot in Abroa-. Yes and no you know what that. I think that that year I think it was. I think it would have been fair to say that you know in the thing is about baseball. I think the status like seventy two percent of the time the underdog or the the favorite team actually wins. It's a small percentage of all. Sports is Is Seventy percent of time the favorite team wounds NBA NFL's in the nineties that the favorite CBN's That was the year out. Had the ball. Bounce the right way for that team which is in you brought it up earlier. It's better to be lucky than to be good in the play offs. You need to be lucky because I you have to win. A coin flip there is in the ochre world there's a phrase all winning the coin flip and internment. It's it's those ends. That are a fifty fifty shot of winning and the people that win those tournaments win the coin flips and in in playoffs baseball on CIS and in in keep in mind is the only area in America Highschool American baseball. Its a single elimination tournament. Every other spot in high school baseball including youth baseball including Collagen Professional. It's either a series or double elimination tournament but southern California. It's you have to win five games so the ball has to bounce right free. So Yeah No. I think it's fair to say that in. Oh six had been a ball bounces right year. I think you guys could've you could've competed for the championship. I think it's very fair and this just because you've seen the talent you down there four times you've won once it say. I always felt like to wherever we played we play even preseason about. You're not taking it easy on us. I remember playing temple city Arcadia Monrovia these schools that were like division up on the sometimes or two divisions the South Hills. You know and we competed with most of these schools. That were our talent level was not to par. It's always do we keep up with these. Schools will keep up with anybody in our district and it's funny that Osa I I literally unlike I remember. I remember thinking we're GonNa win this game. We got a shot to win this game. And then they brought in the kid in the seventh inning. That's through like a cutter. It was like eighty nine ninety miles per hour others and he was going St Mary's he throws the first. It's like. Oh this isn't gonNA end well as soon as I saw that kit. Throw the earth chicks. I'm like overdone too. Yeah we know. Yeah that was I. I you know that was one of those weird gains like I remember you talking To Glen and Glenda head coach out at Glens the head coach at At woodcraft and I remember him saying that day coach I absolutely hated looseness. Coin Flip because I knew you had an all dirt infield and I knew it was going to be a tough day and you know and it was and that was the thing like you know. I go last now. Got The frigging all dirty and seal. But it's like you couldn't almost ask for a better homefield advantage and it was like I thought you guys to bang the ball off the ground and run but it's just trip because you the thing was as hard as a rock you know you did. I learned after year. One that you don't have to teach a double play depth really because the ball gets on you so fast It gave a certain you know. We knew how to play field. And and winning that coin. Flip you know. Probably at that time allowed us to to stay in that game and gave it a shot to win. And I legitimately I legitimately believed that we had a great shot to win that game. To let q with that kind of walked on the mound. But you know I do. I think if the ball bounces right we have a shot and another thing that your side about up in his episode are know what you can do about it but you gotTa Call Mountain View Administration. You know that our old six You know it has like Lee champion soccer ninety nine. Two thousand six is not there anymore like it was up there like two thousand seventeen thousand eight hundred thousand nine because of all of our like younger friends that were there. I don't know how he knew he brought it up to me and this is before schools closing all that I had a not a relative. My Ex's younger brother was at the school. I K take a picture of the basketball one and sure enough. There's the six upon they're like. It's a new one. It's not the same as before but all the other ones are there except oh six are they are not tied but right when this thing is cleared up. I'll talk to Lopez angels. They're now in all All talk to him and see if we can figure that out. I know April still. I think gave still there so all. Yeah I will. I will talk somebody. That's that's airport is nothing but it was. Just it's it's something you know and it's like I took you guys in there you guys in there every year but at the beginning of the season you know and sat you there and talked about talked about. Do you guys want it to be the year that the your numbers not hung i. It's you know it's it's you know it that year in that year especially minced a lot to me So no yeah. We'll we'll I will see what can be done to take care. I'm glad that this is awesome. Anything you WANNA add. That hasn't been said or anything. I I will say this the biggest thing that I can say to somebody. I think he's been throughout this whole thing. Is I in life in baseball and everything? It's it's it's about enjoying the process is going to be the words of wisdom. Oh I thought that's what you know known. Okay okay okay okay anything else like your family. Your wife any plug. Yup that one. Yeah no honestly when it comes to that you know the biggest thing is is. I say this every year at the banquet where we do our banquet. I started out and I think my wife and my kids you know the the the joke was that went. Cole was when Cole was playing Pony Mustang Colt. Whatever it is days fall my wife never had snap Wa because my wife actually because of me never been around during baseball season. They basically gave her the single parent pass of not having to work. Snack Bar But without her I could not have accomplished half the stuff that I I've accomplished on. Because you know I've seen I seen guys that have come through. This started. Coaching or coach started coaching later in their their lives. And it's such a time commitment It's easier now that Kohl's there at the field but I remember one year like literally one year we would play a three way and I would go to the first we had a very. I think the two thousand seventeen group actually In Two thousand sixteen I would go to the first game of our three way. And then I leave to go to Coles game somewhere else and without her being the person that you know takes the kids here and takes the kids there and and allows needs to. You know do what I've done. I would not have ever been able to do what I've done without her in my life and and you know it's a lot easier now live a lot closer but when I was at mountain view the joke always was and it wasn't a joke and say hey call me when you leave and so. I'd always call her arm away out and is sure enough. I'd get involved with talking to Wilson or talking to WanNa you guys and then I get a phone call forty five minutes later because that's when I should have been home by then and it's like where are you. I'm getting in car. Wait a minute I thought you were leaving. I was leaving and I called you. You know and and she has been She has been amazing Partner in this whole ordeal in this whole ride aid You know you look at the amount of money and there's stress that goes with it but the amount of money that Pronoun injures made you look at the amount of money that had college coaches make And you look at the amount of money we make and the amount of money we make is coaching purposes or talking only is not even. It doesn't even you know when it's all said and done after taxes and anything that we've spent on baseball throughout the year It's enough to make sure that I take her out to dinner but for her to give up a huge portion of her life to allow me to do that is just amazing to see and I couldn't be blessed more to have somebody to share this journey with than than my wife you know and that and that goes for my kids in in obviously Cole has been in love with baseball since you were around and you know my daughter she. She likes volleyball. She's not really heavy into sports. And so she has she has kind of I. Guess maybe taken the brunt of it but you know she she also she also likes being around it you know and and I remember when we won the She's kept a journal for years. I really don't know how much keeps it now. But she used to and I remember stumbling across for Journal And she was right about CIS game house she screamed your voice out and she was so happy and you know in it meant the world to me to at least be able to share that with them and I just you know I. I'm truly blessed on the Home Front most beautiful. How shout out to believe it's tomorrow tomorrow. It's very close. It's right second time. Kamara chemistry teacher in my senior year. Yes and and she said I told her I was doing this and I told I said who in remember and I will say this is a shout out to you my man. My wife is four when it comes to nate's and I said who was doing. I think I was his teacher. I'm like you work as teacher so She remembered you. So that is a big shot up to you but yeah you guys to your whole family to your whole squad. Yeah I I've been blessed great It's not a south. How podcast but if for the audience some words of wisdom just we wrap it up on A. It's been great man. This has been one of my favorite episodes. I will not lie. This has been good for the REMINISCE. Catch up with you. So you're doing great Some words of wisdom. I will say this. This is what I thought this was. This was Baseball in life. It's it's about the process and say this. Every year the players in it's it's become more and more is become more and more part of me as years have gone by and we have goals and everybody's got goals in in and I don't think there's anything wrong with goals but the problem is when you don't invest in the process and you don't enjoy the process and you don't embrace the process it you you lose something in it because that's truly where you're going to reach your failing your goal. You don't reach your fail you you don't you don't like you said You've appreciated your whole career at at at at mountain view high school kids the process. You could've gotten bitter when I put you on. Jv Your junior year but you enjoy the process and it made it every scene better for you in who you are and when when you take the process out of that you take the failing out of it you take the learning out of it and in its left with a sense of of of emptiness and you have to. You have to enjoy the process to truly enjoy everything because it's in the process that you learn who you are you learn who you can become and you learn how to be that person that plays above your talent level all the time and so. I. I think it's truly truly about embracing the process and loving the process and not just wanting to cross that finish line. I was beautiful ended coach. Cif winning Baseball coach Ron Savage. There's no doubt in my mind that it will be more championships in your life. Fly preceded thank you for joining. This was beautiful. It was awesome really glad we did this. I Su- and as soon as the corona virus sized disappear and were allowed to get out of the house. Now that I know that you live thirty minutes away We will have to get together and catch any other yeah Thank you for listening. Remember no one loves you. Act allows you. We'll see you next time. All right thank you.

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MRN Classic Races - 1972 Lone Star 500

Classic Races

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MRN Classic Races - 1972 Lone Star 500

"The NASCAR season is in its final lap but are you ready to follow Denny Hamlin Marto ex junior kyle busch in the Toyota racing family to the championship have you mowed your lawn into a checkered flag issue video conferencing background the Phoenix Raceway Infield have you petitioned for your street to be renamed Victory Lane? If you answered? Yes. Then you're ready for an ethic finish to a season like no other followed all the championship action at Toyota Racing Dot com, Toyota Nascar's registered trademark for the National Association for Stock Car Racing Inc 'em. RN's classic races are brought to you by Hercules tires. Texas world speedway the most competitive track upon which the grand national competes. Now sees forty four cars going down pit road and getting ready in two laps to go five hundred bruising blazing laps miles that'll be two hundred and fifty lamps on this two mile racing facility. We pause now for station identification. At the Texas World speedway all forty four cars have fired. And are on their way Ronnie chummy the last in line now moves down pit road Marvin Patch. One thing for sure they didn't have to sit at the starting line and wait sixty seconds to warm up their engines. So they understand they're go turn them loose in the second time around. Richard Petty for the Second Straight Week is on the poll petty is not very famous for being on the poll. He's very famous for being out of the chequered flag. We asked Richard about being on the poll again, what's the story? We've been able to sit on around a third or fourteen races before that and I guess. Second was the best one time. Thirty four. So I guess maybe we're getting a little bit better combination way wrote so anyway. One of the big stories here will be the run of Joe for Sun, for Saunas here and looking mighty strong and chronic eighteen prepared by John Green from non in Spartanburg, how will he dr today's race restarting on the outside of the second role and I think that's going to be awful hot out there, and it's going to be an awful long race. And I'M WANNA. Try to pace myself to stay with the leaders and. Go from there and worry about the end of the race as it comes near. That's Joe for Sawn. WHO's out here starting today and this Lonestar Star five hundred as the fourth place competitor on the outside of the second row Pete Keller from Columbia South. Carolina is the chief starter for today's race instructing one more lap and they will be underway pace. Car has been to- AJ foyt of Houston Texas live with the pace, car Aj here today on crutches after being hurt in a car accident hopes to be back, racing? Soon. Real good to see Aj back here in the pace car, what I wanted to add was. The K. K. car has picked up speeches qualified. So you can kind of look for petty and I to kind of get moving because talking to junior Johnson prior to the race here he said that both of the dodgers have done something he said they got run them better than they were expecting. So they are shot down a little on horsepower, but they plan to run a smooth racing with this temendous tire temperature here their chassis probably got a little bit. Of An, edge on tired temperature and they hope the play it that way and try to outsmart much as they can in the pit. So should shave up and be very interesting is going to be a whale automobile race pace car has the field midway down the backstretch as we get set for the start of the lone star five hundred here at Texas World speedway beautiful track plenty why there's room to pass anywhere. You WanNa go inside or outside and we can expect just tremendous. Fight all the way down to the finish. It's Richard. Petty. On the inside having qualified for the pole at one hundred sixty, nine, point four, one two right beside him as Bobby Allison at one hundred, sixty, seven, point eight, three, six miles per hour petty driving the Dodge today you'll be driving the dodge Daytona beach on the fourth of July here comes the field moving down around turn number three as we prepare for the start of the lone star five hundred. Let's go to Barney Hall. That field is bunching up very tightly. The Sky is so blue here in Texas today it looks like you can almost see forever out across the background, the horizon here the cars looked like the best field of cars we've seen put together all year. Now, the pace car picking up speed heading for pit road the field tightening up real tight as it come down into turn four getting ready for the start five, hundred grueling miles the pace cars on pit road. Let's go back to you. Moving down and looking for a start of the lone star five, hundred today petty and Allison flanked in the front row here they come moving in and they take the grain just three hundred feet shy. Fodder Down Make Holly Kernan Number One was petty we'll be not Richard Petty Dives to the inside. County has elite Alison on the outside right behind him as they go into turn number one, it's petty with the League now Bobby Isaac's dives. Allison and it's Petty Isaacs Alison Benny Parsons informed Joe for sewn bring up with places. They go down that back straightaway petty. Now Lincoln's he's lead by about five cars petty now has that lead in the middle of the back straightaway. The war is on is Richard. Petty jumped into the lead, but cracking up through the pack comes Joe Song that Dodge Personas now. Moved into the number two position Richard. Petty leads miniature number, three's down the little group for song making up time Joseph's maybe three or four colleagues behind then comes Bobby Isaac. Then come Bobby Allison is they hit for the start finish line to end lap number one at his patio quad. One of the big moves was being made by Jackie Oliver He's come from twenty. Plus. -sition I lap down they go turn one. Bobby Isaac's to the inside passage Joe for. Richard Petty. Bobby is exchange persona and Bobby. Allison, in that order as they go down that back straightaway mighty takes in the inside and turn number one down below that group made the pass now running second place in the back straightaway petty setting the pace into turn three, Richard, swingset out against her all cuts down through the turn and right behind him comes Bobby Isaac Isaac Riding in Second Position Doing magnificient job hanging in there in third spot then comes allison of the Chevrolet. It's Plymouth. It's dodge dodge. Dodge and Chevrolet. They hit for you Kim as they come across the line lead automobile. Lobby is against second third. Fourth. Alison. is now drafting Richard. Benny. Isaac most of the inside cannot make it by Richard Richard and that beautiful. New Red and blue dodge time plumber that riverside. But a dodge here at Texas, for Richardson Richard Still has the lead in the back straightaway Isaac. Now up wanting in the back straight. As a car slowing down the middle of turn four he's heading for the Pinson, his number sixty six, and that is HP Houston Texas as lead automobiles get ready to to language they come around and is still Richard Petty and lead Isaac. Your. second-place car for its own writing third and then the coke machine of. Fourth place there's less than a car lake separating the first four positions as they move for turned number one. Cross. The line wanting chummy is also pitting his car the Texan four laps. Now complete here at the from Texas World speedway. This is the motor racing network. At Texas World Speedway to previous winners on this crack now running out in front bobby. Isaac who won nineteen sixty, nine and Richard Petiot came I in Nineteen seventy-one are badly turn four with Bobby Isaac coming out now, the leader, it's Isaac running out in front with Richard. Petty Tucked in behind him allison goes into third place in front of Joe Fazon as they sweep into the first turn Isaac says that lead in front of Petty, the first four cars again bobby is Richard Petty. Bobby, Allison. As they come down, we go down into four or five and six we have many persons car number seventy to. We're on number forty, five and Larry Smith in car number ninety to bring up that the fifth sixth and seventh position as the leaders are now on that back straightaway. Isaac Letham, intern number three, they're coming current. So fast here and three and four the first time on a two mile speedway. We literally them almost kirk bracket with rid of the car kind of sitting out of line with the front end is moved up on one of the LAPD automobiles comes off for and Richard Petty as the pressure on right behind comes alison third position and song still writing for it. It is Bobby Allison running up in that third spot. Joe For and Fourth Years fifth-place Automobile Leroy Ibero Tucked in behind him as any Parsons in the fifth spot and six hundred spent seven is James Hilton Eight Jackie Oliver who's come from twenty-third, and there goes Jackie Oliver up the inside as they go to put. Duda Jacky dives to the inside Oliver now running in the eighth position as he comes down now making a move on those fifth sixth and seventh cars Benny Parsons Lebeau Yard with on Larry Smith is he goes down the back straightaway really get with the program here at Texas into the main straightaway lead automobile coming by with now five laps complete. It is Bobby Isaac Outta brought in second is petty here comes the third place automobile wheeling down through goes Bobby Allison and right with him Joe for Sean those are the front four automobiles here with now six laps twelve miles down in a good draft Jackie Oliver James Hilton and Gordon. They're running an eight ninth and tenth position here at Texas World speedway on the board it's dodge out in front with Bobby Isaac Front runner Bobby Isaac maintaining. First Place. In the second position, it is Richard Petty and there's no let up in the pace as they continue to run mighty long Mati. Hard here this afternoon it's still Isaac out and fun second spot belonging to Richard Petty and third they come around a complete seven laps is bobby allison with both Joe Facade the fifth place automobile running about war seconds back we'll be enough the inside comes Benny Parsons under carnival forty five, its current number, seventy two coming down inside and making his movement getting through. Is Kenny partial. Benny Parsons pulls up and makes a good move and into one by Fritz? Up. Made that move on Leroy Yarborough Betty now running very well, the bureau running behind. Larry Smith. Now, running an eighth position as they go down the back Straightaway Leroy now tries to make a move inside of Benny Parsons as they go into turn number three analysts on right now with Parsons Leroy Benny Letham as they come in number three, they moving up on. Some of the laptop heels swing to the outside. They have to run a little bit high turnover four Parsons moves it out against the wall Leroy right on his tail what they come out jabre breaks to the outside. He's gotTa make a challenge on them. If they can squire, it's a real race between Benny Parsons and Leroy Arbor on there goes the Puerto. Outside. Bill. Secrets. My Leroy I've always spot on Benny Parsons from Texas World Speedway. This is the motor racing network. It wasn't just built to a museum. It was built to be a shrine to the history heritage and Future of the sport we loved. This is our house, the NASCAR, Hall of fame, and it's packed full of classic and present day cars including Pettis earnhardt's and Waltrip, as well as interactive experiences, realistic racing simulators, and much more plan a trip to the Nascar Hall of fame in Charlotte Tickets at Nascar Hall Dot Com Nascar, Hall of fame. This is our sport. This is our house. It's superstar battery month at a reilly auto parts. 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No matter where the rotates you go to Hercules tire dot com there you can find the nearest authorized Hercules retail location to you plus you can use the tire tracker to find out which Hercules tire fits your vehicle the best that's Hercules tire dot com Hercules tyrants ride our strength. By Keith six, what are Texas bobby is it can nineteen seventy-one when Richard Petty are locked up in a draft and trying to pull away from the field they have almost a second half on third place competitor. Now petty goes to the inside on Isaac and turn one turn number one. Richard. Petty dies at the inside behind Mommy. Car Down the right Richard cannot get by Richard. Down not drafting about four or five behind Bobby Isaac down the back straightaway. Richard. Now moves up on the Taylor is trying to make that move to take that lead maybe a four Tarlac separation between first and second position. There's a lot of traffic and free at four as Isaac just whipped around the outside rides in the high grew petty stays right the to dodgers battling for the lead in the lone star five, hundred down they calm is typically petty across find less than a car length. Lobby. To win here in Texas World speedway first car out of the race. Let's go to the pits Jerry Smith's report number sixty six they'd be only abusive. Oil Line one of those things they just probably didn't check before they broke the car out and candle Wendy's ticking. Can really shuffle the cards around Bailey has come back on the track was in for length of time. He's back on the speedway. I try to report troubled today along with Ronnie, dummies automobile as the field comes by Leroy Arbroath? Finish today is really leading that Bill C for number forty five loose out here and running ragged up against the outside as they come around and complete twelve laps. This time, the leader, Isaac Second Places Petty, and you just can't get any room between those two automobiles. Dodgers wanted to here's the third-place car allison and Joe for Sean doing a beautiful job grambling allison allison tried to shake for Saad and having no response in that department as he moves up on lap cars and allison has to be one of the best traffic drivers in the history of the sport. Get him into laughed automobiles that he can get the job done. Let's go to Barney Hall. Rapidly becoming very heavy and charged three and four, but the leaders are having no problem at all today at least handling, they can run below grew Senate group brought up against the wall they're moving up into turn number three right now from. Venice. Battled for the lead between the two dodge automobiles of Bobby Isaac Richard. Petty Dow Dot Com off her number four Isaac on some slower traffic moves around the castles heads for the start finish line, and here's petty moving to the inside that go down he finds. Neil. Castles castleberry Duck Back Walter. Ballard. Is there as they go into turn number wanted lap fourteen. Goes high at a turn number one petty up high in the group as he comes down behind Isaacs Isaac still has that lethal as they get into some traffic and turn number two Isaac now in front of petty by about one car link that he moves up right on East Hale in the back straight as they go into three that he has some room to pass Barney Hall. Here's Richard Petty Putting. The pressure on right now, doing the kind of racing, they like to do he and is probably the greatest driver to ever come along the Grand Nascar trailed down they come into turn number three. There's an awful lot of traffic again with tiny lineup products some of the other cars they barrel down Isaac shoot that beautiful reds odds right out against the wall and Richard Petty not about to let him go. Richard Petty will lead the first ten laps back in nineteen seventy one minute or trying to lead it again but Isaac has it right now out of. The tent rundown as Isaac leading petty. Second Alison. Third Jefferson and Benny Parsons Bill. Running in the six position is car number forty, five Leroy operable beat up seventh right now is reported as car number ninety, two, Larry Smith going eight. This James Hilton night is car number, Ninety Jackie Oliver from Walter Nothing's things that ten is Gordon Rundown Ten laps, twenty miles from still working for a speed report. Sports ten laps that's upcoming shortly. Meanwhile, we're in lap fifteen, they're working completing the fifty right here I confront petty in seconds they move around tiny lawn. Here's a place car joke was on getting around Allison and Spain there my three