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S2 Ep. 09: Mary Holland and Matt Newell

Green Eggs and Dan

50:28 min | 4 months ago

S2 Ep. 09: Mary Holland and Matt Newell

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I'm very excited to be in your home guys. We're excited to have. Hey I'm in your kitchen. Basically yes you're in. You're in our open floor plan kitchen living room. You have in room dining room Oklahoma and that leads into the into the open living room but your kitchen is dramatic. Oh interesting I you guys have a very efficient use of space in your kitchen. Everything is packed in there. You guys are clearly. You Cook a chicken. I would hope so. Then wasting a lot of spe we throw. We just mild start out every week. We just gotTa during that it is. I mean it's pretty. Well you walk into Your House and I'm accosted by Likud that I see a lot of Likud's like we like cooking equipment often toys R. Us I would say we cook cooks a lot. I really really don't well. I try but I dabble and I'm not great at it. Yeah I don't have instincts for Matt the cocktail person in the house. That would also be Matt. What are you bring to the relationship myself in the last eight? She loves food cocktails. I would just be making it for no one. Well no because the bars very stocked as well with very impressive liquor sue. You have Punta mess. Which is a very random. It's very very good. I'm a big Shar cocktail nerd. Yeah Wow okay. I'm very impressed with all this but before we keep talking about your kitchen. We're going to talk about your fridge. You guys sent me pictures of your fridge. Which are on my instagram at. Stand up Dan for the world to see your blast. Oh Yes our privacy Mary. We're getting in. They're not organized. It is very. It is very not organized. No it's got a lot very tupperware heavy though. Well we just it goes up. It fluctuates if we just cooked. There's so much separate. There's lots of where there's so much so much and you have tupperware with things that don't like what is in there on hop on top right. A spinach came in. I get a perfect produce box. It came in yesterday or two days ago and I just tossed it in there. That tupperware is like lettuce saver so it has a specific it's for like Kale Leafy Greens. Okay keeps it and I just tossed it in there but yeah so it's like this is just got like holes in it so it doesn't the I don't know how can we just keep talking about our word. Onions Occupy Matt Matt. I feel like really. He likes things that do things. He likes your gadget. He thinks I do but I don't like stupid. It's now because I don't think I don't like the you don't have any agit for gift. This is weird. It's like the right one. This single single use gadgets or like an avocado slicer. I think a really nice good knife would be my preferred tool. Yes Gadget. Maybe I'm with you. I think I hate the garlic presses. I don't use of cow parsnips. Nice slicer said what is it. No the difference parts of an account. It makes you have a lot of a lot. I'm seeing a lot of trader. Joe's love in here. You drink the trader Joe's Beers. Those are not jobs beers. What are they ones modern times? Oh monetize okay. That's okay yeah okay good because I was going to give you shit about that. Yeah I don't like the good times or whatever this call him. Yeah I think so. I think I'm confusing modern times. Good Times and you're very very heavy on the full fridge and I feel like it's currently at just went shopping. I love it. This is A. This is one of the best bridges that that the most stocked for. Just for sure. You've got a lot of you were gonNA say is one of the best fridges you've ever seen. And then you stopped yourself and since most stock which not a plus I guess no I. You guys just need a bigger fridge. I think when you need more fr I mean we need. Yeah freezing outside the garage. Yeah Venezia Venice. You're freshly hunted meets in you guys. You gave me getting people game. Yeah Yeah I grew up with like my family's all hunters so I ate venison grown up but I don't like hunt but I love okay. You can. This is a safe space against hunter. Friendly don't do it like I just think it's super boring. I also I would not be able to shoot a deer really coming at me. Maybe just charge and I could probably do it so you guys. You live in Frog town. Which is an interesting place food wise? Because I wasn't really a destination until it was Salazar. The restaurant that opened here. That was the first time I ever heard about frog. Salazar's at the northern end of Frog town. Yes for sure that that sort of I think kicked off the whole thing. Yeah I'm kind of feel restaurants are usually on the front lines of gentrification of neighborhoods. Right because people going. We should live here. There's a restaurant here. There's a restaurant it's all. We need restaurants coffee shops like there's a law Columbus here too which is good but those things are the first things to pop up by the hate to get back into the into the kitchen. But I'm being. I'm seeing some cookbook game that I'm I like cooking but then you have mark pitman's Vegan before six cookbook. Did you actually? Did you ever try doing it for a few months? That was that was one of the better gimmicky things was. I think I tried it for like three days like Vegan before six and then after that. Fuck the animals right. That's basically what the same ideas meatless Mondays. Yes it's just like it's his cuts down your meat by thirty percent or something like that. Or whatever seventy percent if you eat three meals now you eat it at just one. I'm doing a vegetarian week this week. Vegetarian I do. Yeah but then the next pets do you do that. I once in a while when I feel like I'm overdoing it. Wow good for you cut it for a week. Wow Yeah Sea Urchin all day. Long do you think you could do that? Vegan for a week. No not the vet vegetarian. Pesca -Tarian for a week. Yeah I did it for dinners. I mean like I feel like it's the same thing it's just mad. This is actually why we brought you here. We wanted to have been open to the life style. Is I feel like you need me. You like you like it if you don't have me if you elect options. Here's what I don't like you don't like it. I agree that I don't if I feel like I have to be in the mood for just a Vegan. Vegetarian me about need it. I like it. You like a panel. I guess that I mean that's face. This froze my. I guess I do need it. You couldn't believe the words came out of his mouth but need is I guess wrong because nobody needs it. I guess there's enough suppler like there's a way to do go to meet pig. Pig Pig fan warms and versatile of the meats. Yeah you know nobis. I picked products at Bacon Pork jobs I'll do like pork but sometimes I get a box delivery like a butcher box. It's called Oh you guys do the butcher by yeah really you wait and do a fruit delivery or and you guys hate supermarkets. Well we still go on but and smoothly box. Box too smoothly. Vox Yeah what's a smoothie? Vox You guys are very cute. It's the same with your boxes. He's all math box to box. And get the third one free. And you're like what is the third one. A smoothie walks Bush. It was the same butcher box. But it's just like fresh vegetables or ice and frozen. It's just they send pre pack frozen vegetables with Collagen beef Collagen as the protein 'cause they have all this? I'm assuming they have extra collagen because they are put your they have all this. We gotta unload all this college. Yeah they have like it just comes from like yeah have all these debone chickens and steaks and stuff that they have to use. That sounds kind of so you put beef. Collagen and your smoothies. Kind of grosses me out. Should I not? It's Collagen peptides. It's like a scene powder. It's what protein powder okay. It's just not made from way it's made from Collagen with the. Tell me about this to meet box. Okay so the meat boxes butcher box. I shouldn't speak to it because I have not none of these boxes. Were my doing all these fights but so tell them about talking the whole time. Okay Yeah do you have a problem with the boxes? You know what actually yeah. They're great they're great is just think about it. I know that the pro of these boxes the butcher box in particular's we comes once a month and you get all these days in there and then you have to use those middle organic grass-fed Dean like me. It's good me and then you're like okay. Well I have to find a recipe to use. What do I do beef eyebrows? Surprisingly really hard to cook bracing for a long time hours so so it sort of forces you to like try new recipes. Not that I do it Matt does it. But but the thing that is a bit limiting about having all these boxes it's like there's no going outside the box. Israel or you can but it's it would you say you can't think outside the box. I would never say talk that up. Oh My god out out. I need to try the boxes I think. I think I might be down for the box I I would. I bet you and you can like skate. Like sometimes they'll have didn't use it up and I push the day you don't get it every month. You can delay it a week. Okay if you haven't used it up or if you can push it up a week if I'm GonNa tell you something I'm probably GonNa get a lot of shit for right now on the pod. I'm not the hugest fan of grass fed meat. I know we're supposed to be. Yeah I think taste wise. There's some cuts of meat. That just need a little corn. Finish those supposed to be the way to go past corn. Some antibiotics game here. It's less heated. There's that I also think it had there's a texture issue with it because there's less marveling. Let's marveling I WANNA cow. Stuck in a box veal. Can't move straight W appeared healthy. No not really but like w that's right you. Oh my God that's going to be like the neck. How of war documentary on that flicks? Co W. we're cowl for though I'm a cow of war prisoner of of the of our carnivore carnivore. Wow guys this. Is how this shaping up into being quite brainstorm a think tank kind of fun. Names vegan documentaries Just take five minutes and come up with stuff and everyone take a piece of gum piece of Graham. She won the gun. What was it? What was the surprise piece of meat? What am I going to do with this? And you've made magic out of it. I mean none of them are weird. You sound like organ meat. So it's it's all just it'll be just like I'd never hurt like a ranch steak from cows. I never heard of that and it looked it up but it wasn't just making up names of cuts just like everything is like they're like ooh this summer strip stress. Drip DRIP BOYNE. Abon loin shoulder. Let's wait a minute house. There a bone the line in the shoulder. It was shelter I don't know if there's one I would never use chicken. Breasts is the thing that I go. I would never normally buy chicken breast boring. Yeah Yeah and then all you'll do is. We have found that. That is a wonderful way to cook. Chicken breast jobs import dubs because they retain their moisture abuse. I haven't used one. I've obviously eating food from one and I think chicken is the only thing that I would use it for. I mean pork chops probably as well but I think beef ends up tasting a little million them and I like to have a little jar. Well I've done it. I do think I think I don't think with me the beef I don't see any difference really doesn't help and it just takes longer but we think chicken is actually fish. I think it's the lighter really fish salmon because you don't the thing you can't overcook it on a Soobee. That's the benefit and like steak. You really don't overcook like it's like chicken. Breast is really easy to overcook. Because he wants it gets done than it starts to get dry. Yeah this is you just keep it in a water bath at a certain temperature and it doesn't ever go above one. Whatever you September at one forty nine or whatever it is you can pick it on radio APP And and you can. It'll hold for two hours. Yeah and that's the thing I like about it to the timing is so he can just let it sit in there and then when you take it out you boom ready to Brown it. Yeah but you want to let it rest because it's not like rare that like Juices it's not that I have to rest. It's like a steak off the grill. All logistics settle back in. Yeah cut it down but chicken you can cut it right away and Kinda just gently Jacuzzi. It's just been it's been hanging. I love my chicken after it's been in the Jacuzzi fee lowers. You can now. You can't take a little bag like as a book bag of raw chicken into the Jacuzzi. And if you just sit in there for like an hour hour and a half a chicken you can eat that chicken no no. I'm not all of Dan's listeners. Got Salmonella passed away in a Jacuzzi. We're GONNA take a break but stay tuned for more spilled. Milk is a comedy show about food hosted by award winning Writers Molly Wisenberg and Matthew Hamster burden every week. They start with food related topic from shrimp cocktail barbecue sauce to ice cream sandwiches. But we'll probably end up talking about their love. Cool ranch doritos or debating. Who has the most fumble character on Friday Night Lights? The New York Times recently named spilled milk one of six podcast to feed your inner Gorman and described the show as quote less deliberately educational than other food podcasts. Right up my alley. New episodes of spilled milk air every Thursday. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts back to Mary Holland and Matt Newell. Do you feel like since you are definitely you know you know how to cook. You know how you have. You have refined pallets thank you. Do you have a tough the Evan tough time going to restaurants 'cause you eat stuffing like man? I just paid forty bucks for his. I could have made this at home just as good. No I mean some places. Yeah I yeah. Last night was putting on black. Where'd you go put it on blast? Okay well it was the whole experience. It wasn't the food was fine. It was fine. Yeah you don't WanNa see if we can cut the name out. We'll talk about it because I I. I probably know about it in the valley visit. I don't even know this place. It's a Peruvian okay. There's another location. And is it like hipster Peruvian Peruvian Peruvian. I felt hip suburbian. Ya cocktails and it wasn't like What's that corn? I've been like prove improving in places where they don't have fancy cocktails and it felt like yeah hipster it up a little bit. It was well. It was like they were perking. Was the first thing okay. Okay started with the parks There was no parking around there so we had to valet. Mary hits the Valet. I'm principle I hate to valet because it feels like a private company taking advantage. I I just. I don't if I can avoid indulging it I will because I think it's I think it's wrong and I think it's invasive I don't like it also. I don't like having a stranger my car loan. That's right that's right and so this. There was also plenty of spaces on the street. Where their permit? Yeah we know the Valet prison. They have a stack of permits hanging on our right and park right. Yeah it's like it's so frustrating it yeah and it's particularly in Hollywood. I I hate it. I ain't valley also made us feel very insecure about my size because whenever I get in the guy who comes out of my car could be like half my size but the seat will be all the way back tiny legs. You just got to get close to the windshield. Really silly three sixty I get your chest right up to the steering wheel eternit chest so it started there. It was like a you know you know and then we went in there as soon as we got in. The restrooms chaos. It was chaos in a way to. We're like waiting at the tape at the lake. Well it's just a desk or whatever and this waiter. Harried waiter with a Frenchaccent. Not Harry Harry smooth and Yuri Up Eerie. Which was harried no he. He had to help users. I don't know all I in powder coming from other director pedophile. What I heard that recently. The Guy who drafted powder you ever heard of powder now. What what. You're just weird movie. He was a pedophile director. Really you can tell you like the movies. I mean by watching the movies. They gotTa Vibe a lot of butts like a Lotta boy high school boy butts right is it sure urging and yes indeed. I think he just giving us a thumbs up for Boys Butts. Not Thumbing up boys butts a so anyway. So the Harry. The harried French smooth waiters right. I was like cartoonist French. Really I mean. I'm not going to do the accident because I can't but I'll do it. Just tell me what he's okay he was like. Hi How many Yeah you'll have to cigarettes my friend Jason Kidd kind of growling at me. No but he's so I say how long has to do you have a reservation. Well first of all we had a reservation. We wouldn't ask. How long do we have a reservation and I was like no? We're all the way for people who are here on time for their resume. We have no real volume. Well we don't have even only the bar we don't have any servers couldn't get to you. Our Service can't get your busy. There's a camera crew. Yes well he was like we cannot take care. The service can't take out of you because the bar said the BOT servers can't take care of you and then there was a camera crew there. Yeah there's a camera coup like we were wasn't like a scripted. It was something to do with the restaurant. Because they're all the steady cams and they're just like film in the Food A lot okay for the gallery portion of their website. Well it looked like more like food network. Was there something of show about food or or something and so we got up to the bar this chairs at the bar where we could get in there were wrought iron heavy fat. I hate this. It's one of the places in think about stuff like they're pretty chairs but you couldn't like tall so you couldn't get in between the two and you had to like pull it way out. Yeah and then scrooge with rod iron so they were they didn't like slide in right so yeah and then you had trouble. Don't make you couldn't. When you went to the bathroom Yuka. Yeah Matt so tell us more about all the problems that you have married. Great Time chairs. I think chairs are very difficult in general. I think they're just confusing because not all uniform shape. Shares in general are hard. They're all there are. They're they're not like bedser the easiest Very annoying about the scenario though as you just paid for the valet that's exactly and then what if I said that's my thought as if we had not paid I would've walked like this isn't stressful like walking. You felt stressed. The all the everybody who worked there looked so overwhelmed and not trying to hide it. No no remorse. What you should know. No excuse so far. We were right in front of the drink making station which normally is fun. Like a splash. Everybody gay was a half full glass of water at like at my little place setting and I was like. Oh No I think that was left here in. No one like no Matt's water glass date. Md The entire time we were there I was like. Oh and then and then I asked. I think this this will somebody else's water can I? Can I get water? It was like Oh shit hate that. Don't make me feel bad for like you come and I understand that you're stressed. There's this fine line between like being chill and like no sense of urgency which is awful also but then like making you feel like bigger and make me feel sorry for you were like yeah or that. I'm making your life worse by being but yeah And then we ordered. I'm I'm in so much pain right. Now it's tough and we also like I was like. Oh it'll be so nice. We'll have dinner. We were going to get married soon and I was like. Oh will be so fun. We'll talk about Brian. I want we're GONNA get married. Did I say that we're GONNA GET MARRIED? That's right. She's engaged. And but I was like I was looking forward to just sitting and chatting and the whole time Matt and I were like like tents and then when we ordered our food it all came out at one small plates to share. We had like five or six different room on our table. I was he was like Ravioli. They didn't order chain that they got one of our things wrong guy. 'cause I didn't write anything down right. That's the worst thing down. You better not better be a fucking Mensa scholar. You better have best memory. I wish I had because man I right away like or this. It was like Salmon. Lift the difference of Ichi than we ordered. That's the plural of Savita. Vj that's cute little nickname. I was although it was called tonight. I'm Heike for CVT. It was a difference of each a but but it was like I couldn't remember what we took our news and he was like right. It was I was like. Was this right at first. I was like I was like. Maybe we read it wrong right. There was because it was covered and beats red right. It was not what we did. What could have happened? That set this rally found ounce emotion. We get the whole I keep going with and then we'll get to the big reveal. Reveal owner was hostage in the back. He was tied up. Yea make everything seem normal or we will fucking shoot you. God Why on Earth but but we got that severe Jay and we matt was like this is a mobile. I was like no. It's not and I was like but let's just eat it because I don't Wanna I don't WanNa make any waves and I really wish that I had just been like. This isn't what we ordered. But that's what that kind of behavior does is. It makes you or make someone like me be like. They're already so stressed I don't I don't want to make it worse. Even though I did this thing that they put in front of me is more expensive than what we actually ordered and then also is not what we order and it all came out at once and the rat Ravioli that was incredibly all dentist so much so that it felt like going to get sick because this crab right it was all just sitting like they had because they're so busy like they had those dishes ready to go back there because they all came out at the same time and then and then the guy tried to take matt's play like eating whole it was static cameras by can't believe you don't WanNa put this restaurant on blast the way that you were treated at this place. Well we also do it myself. I do it myself permission. Her on blast myself. Oh I don't mind the coming from you. It's coming from me. It was also that we asked. I overheard to the next to the bar was like what's going on. It was not like that normally and I guess the the bartender is like yeah The owners filming a documentary about. He has five restaurants. So He's here doing like Phil Filming this documentary about his restaurants and about do some sort of biopsy for some channel it and they were legit pissed about because he understands them and he was like he set them up to fail yes uh when he he was like the the whole staff here was set up to fail. Like there's A. There's no way they can came by layers of how you guys doing. Fine good for the camera. Hey we didn't sign anything so I think we were on the food shots. Yes and occasionally him sitting down and talking with people that I think. Yeah those are people that here's a good question though when you're not enjoying her experience and someone comes over and says hey. How's everything going? What did you say I'll always say I'm having the time of my life really now. I'll always great for the most part I would depend but if it's something we've we've had yeah for that one. I just wanted to leave. Yes it was the end of the meal it was like. I don't think I've ever said honestly it wasn't great. I don't think I've ever either no but you. Yes that's great. I mean there's a there's a way to do it. I wouldn't just like this place sucks. It was at El Pollo Loco And you got to know where you all can excuse me. It was the busboy. Before you take this back I'd like to know in the kitchen. This was far from local. Boyle was absolutely not. This was very normal. It was very chicken was saying nothing local about now. I don't know I'll usually assistant annoying. Like Hey I hate to do this but I'm kind of I'm alive. I'm in the restaurant business and I know what it's like to run a restaurant and you know I just feel like you know things have been very rushed and you know it's been it's been a little off. You guys should email them for sure he. I considered writing a yelp review but no fucking email them email. You guys verified on Instagram. Checkmark fucking checkmark their asses. Dm THEM had awful time. I got the check mark. Give me a free fucking meal at least Valet or your style thrown at me. After I got my blue checkmark everyone was on blast. Are you kidding me right the CVs? It'd be like this floss left a lot to be desired and they'll send you free. Should yeah I I would feel. I know there's I get it. I like that and I just I. It's great if they should do that. You should have worked in the restaurant business. We'll give shit. I would give out free down restaurant. I guess the coffee. We'll give out free coupons. Wouldn't care about it now. Probably not but now write them an email. No not even like me. Trying to be chassis trying to get you for free like no. They should know that it wasn't cool and they should get. They should give you another meal. They should. They should want to give you a second chance so that you would give them a second chance because you're never going to go back there. You're never going to tell your friends down there. I'm going to tell everyone listening. Do not go there unless they give all of us a free meal. That's right that's right. I'm getting on the bikes right. That's a little weird I know. And she was lovely lovely. There's another. She was the second Martin Shoes Courses Right. That was very sweet. She was not even chatted with came in from wild horse. Like she was real pitches complain about when we left. Because I didn't say goodbye to her. I mean she had disappeared. I don't know where she went off to but I'm sure she was running around but in the weeds. Yeah they're in the weeds. They were in the weeds in the weeds. That's what they should've named. That's that's the name of the restaurant should be in the weeds. What are you GonNa Serve? That's another Oh. That should be another documentary. It should be four zero one. A documentary in the weeds getting into the marijuana which brings me to our next our next topic. Matthew you're a big Marijuana Nado You have a podcast and live show podcast slash life show. That is all about the marijuana call to yes. She's a very fun show if you're in La it's probably the most fun show you can see live because everyone's it's an immersive theater right you're involve your The people the first time I've ever been stone on stage and it was it was it was less terrifying than like if I had done it. Had like a co like if I want to do stand up stone because everyone else was done and they know your stone isn't he asked but you do some reviews you do reviews yes or what are the Reviews Call Review. Your views in the weeds is maybe a second option. Oh I see yeah. That is good. Yeah I feel like it's very. Do you smoke the weed. Mary no sounds like you do in the weeds. I I was thinking. It's very easy to say. Oh if you smoke. It's it's going to taste better. I don't feel that way. I think some foods take better to marijuana than other foods. Do you not feel that or you think across the board. Everything's GonNa tastes better like Worcester is when I'm stoned. I'm not like well. I see the goofy that you've got like a sweet tooth as you think they go. Better with like munchies. There is a stone her food Kathak Sushi. I don't like Sushi when I'm stoned. Interesting Awesome Genitals Pad Thai. Yeah I think I like explosive. Flavors maybe subtle flavors. Don't do it for me. Why is that funny? I don't know explosive. Flavors it's great. I just love everything that you're saying I also do. But there's also certain strains that decreased or increased appetite too so I feel like that would have a little bit of an impact on whether you're in like if you smoke a week a weed speaking. That's super increase. Your appetite Indika a you like all the taste. Increase your appetite. Well there's certain types I feel like certain ones that are good for nausea. Or if you don't have to have upset stomach and you need to eat but you can't like they'll make you hungry. Yeah and that's the munchies that people get so I think will decrease rap titan little speedier. I bet those were not be good with with food. And I- Andrew something that you've just gone to like the the new we'd cafe. La It was so cool. Was It really? It was so yeah it was exactly what I wanted was a call in. The cloud should have been called in the weeds and weed cafe. That serves food as well. Yeah I mean you could just get food. They have to you have to servers. You have a food server and server two menus two different transactions because it's but they come under your table your credit card Hand held thing and they take a picture. Id their smoke right at the table. It's really cool. Wow and as a food like here's what bothered me when I went to Amsterdam like there was so much food that they were just like trying to appeal to the weed heads. They're like years a deep fried waffle with ice cream on it. I'm like it's that It's the Houston brothers really. Yes no way legitimate CIBA's side and it's it's beautiful inside like they did a great job. That's amazing actually liked their food. Food's probably the best chain food. You can get a little bit of a stone or twist on it like I had the breakfast Burrito and it had a few French fries inside of it which was cool and then they had a big sheet of cheese like grilled. Like you ever seen that unterberger where they have like that almost makes it like a like a draped over it. Oh Okay crispy. Yeah so yeah nonstick Pan and they actually she's in that melts and then he comes a nice little Chris. That's fun yeah so it was gonNA come in and it came with some Chips and I saw some. There was a bread pudding with free pebbles. So it's a little NAP thirty pebbles pebbles soon so good good cereal. Stop trying to separate various China. Trying to make you look like the full layer matlock's pretty pebbles matt was Vegan before six. That was you. What's what is your favorite cereal. Oh the burns. Both I'm not a big cereal growing up. Eight a lot of honey bunches votes so healthy one Russia guerrilla. We weren't you guys. Get a cereal box box. A box of cereals. No no Matt Dawson. You also get boxes bark box from ever. Oh by the way in your fridge you guys had a peanut butters had river on top of it and I was like what the fuck is that and it all makes sense now. Hers don't accidentally make a peanut butter sandwich with peanut butter chopped up hot dogs too. That was awesome onto. Say That you you don't like you don't buy it cereal because you're like. I can't have this the house. Yeah I'd also don't need that in like I can't eat that for breakfast but if I'm out and there's like a race or a fruity pebbles cowboys crispy bar or something like that or wherever. They're called free pebbles rice crispy. Yeah you know those places their food you prebble's is 'cause we bars Pretty PEBBLE BAR wouldn't be too serious talking about if you go to. Let's say a hotel and there's the breakfast and then they have the little tern thing that's like you turn the thing and there's more border like an ice cream toppings pretty okay God itself not like a like a you know right. Chrispy treat pebble treat love meant by race crispy bar okay. Got Oh I you meant like a bar like more with Matt and Mary in a minute but first a staple of proven that. You're not likely to get in a hipster. Peruvian restaurant is Cui also known as earmuffs? Kids Guinea pig. Yes it sounds wild to us. But it's been a staple of the INCA diet for Millennia and here is a real mind fuck. It's delicious. Imagine a slightly Gamey chicken. That is all dark meat. I mean it makes me think what other animals that we call pets are delicious hamster tacos anyone fillet of Goldfish. Poppet A parakeet okay. That's now I'm gross. Myself up back to the show. We're going to get to some questions now. Okay some some rapid fire rapid fire questions. Five in the hot question. Some hot questions icy question. What are your earliest food memories earliest? Memory I have is a cake particular. Cookie Monster Specific. No Archie to my mom made archduke ache and I remember being really excited. He made the cake that's impressed. She made a picture of it. I could find But it was. I think I think she had like a mole. The shape of the Pan was are two and president. I thought it was handing that Shit Dong cake war. I think my mom was that the ace of cakes. Remember going like really blown away by that and then she would also do this thing. Make a Superman cheeseburgers by. She would take the American cheese and just because it's the square. If you cut off you can make the superman symbol and then you do a s and catch up and it was such a fun. That's very cute. She's really training you to be the stone or you've become that's right. Comic books hours nurse. Mary my earliest memory is not actual food. But it's the the words the food words I. I got a very serious. You'll see what I mean. I got a very serious injury when I was four at Lescar rate here for the listeners. I'm pointing right here. I will leave it at that. We'll even at that and I remember that happening. I remember my mom's reaction and my siblings. I'm the youngest of three and we had to go to the emergency room and I had to get stitches and There was no it was like A. It's a head injury and there was no time to numb me so I I was like screaming and pain because they were like stitching And I remember like just wailing and wailing and my brother. My sister brought me a book like look green eggs and ham and and how that has stuck in my mind forever. It's like green eggs and ham. Ill that's funny. That's like it did make me feel better. God's full circle now on green eggs and Dan. That's that's funny. Green eggs and ham is funny. Yeah funny did I think Green. Thanks Kleenex Yeah. That is funny. That's a really bummer. First food memory to this superman percents so next all right. That's row. Yeah it is death row meal death row. One day left to live. You said goodbye to your family. Yeah what are you GONNA eat? What are you gonNa be very okay for me? It would be like soup because when I was a kid I my uncle died and I get sued his mouth snow crab leg ooh Geron butter and a rabbi a rib eye steak like not so fat Cook Socks Rape Bullshit Man. It is grasping. Now you WanNa you WanNa see you. W. Yes i WanNa see you W and and just just delicious in Yemi and And then again I'm listening. Oh okay I'm just picturing the war. I'm picturing the warden at the prison reading. This was drawn Buddha. What does that? What is this all we have? Is Grass Fed? Everything is healthy again. We were called Fed. Well this is the South. Apparently we'll have grasping this core. And then and then what would I have for dessert? I Oh Baked Alaska to ask you. How Old School? I love a baked love. Maria dramatic and then you can just stick your head in the fire from the Bakedalaska to execute. Yeah because you have to excavate yourself in this situation this just to make it even more. I forgot to mention that. You'RE GONNA have to kill yourself with one of the food. Think my head fire. That's a quickest off as the ice cream puts the fire out and constantly as you have to put him back in Matthew. I would definitely have oysters from my favorite foods. Like a big briny. One Brian. You want you can get out of motto. I like those alga variety. Yeah San each whatever. The whatever seasonal day throw you can get whatever you want whatever sees execute it in the winter because then. I'll take away services summer always tres. I think stake will probably be up there too. I really love steak. Yeah Bratwurst Oh nice And then I really liked. But it's more like a birthday like I don't think my favorite dessert is wherever traditional thing. When my mom would always make it on my birthday but I think I would just like chocolate chip cookies. Or Pi Pi of love pecan Pie. Forget about Oh do pick up. They can do that in the south. Yeah we won't be camp. I wouldn't gave begin. We all have pecan Pie grass-fed and then how would you kill yourself? Use the shell of turning a tissue. I'd mentioned one of the oysters was bad that one last would be the red. The Red Sox just yeah fast. You're GONNA get burned. Baked Alaska head down head down during the wait for them waiting for an for died from infection. I don't think you're GONNA die from just that burn is GONNA get melted off. We'll get melted off. Dice Prima cool it and you'll be scarred would but then it would go wouldn't kill you at all but she'd be. Lasca getting those last bites in her SCALP MELTING CHURCH. Milk vizquel again. I don't know if that would kill me. Why Man's question best high end meal you've ever had the same evidence providence. Oh I've never been eleven course tasting menu there Providence's restaurant. La Seafood centric supposed to be amazing E. S. four hours. Do not feel like he did the wind hearing if it too. So it was. Victory won't have any wasn't big portions of amy tiny little little fancy food portions but stopped by the end of it but not was incredible stuff though. Yeah now after a big pasta meals i. It didn't feel if you feel satisfied because you're there so long to I think yeah really take care of your I mean Timed perfectly love it worth. Guy. I've never been. I would definitely a special occasion like we went for a birthday. And they'll give you like hey man like they gave birth. They leave on a card at your table if you let them now. It's birthday at any time. There's a customization so yeah I get a warm and fuzzy and sat and I love people telling me what to drink with what to eat. I love IT professionals. Just telling me what to do it. So that's what I want. All I want I think Americans general we love that like we go to like Sushi restaurants. Where they're like you can't even fucking look at the menu. Sit here and you eat what he makes for you. Sir guys like these guys will eat whatever the fuck this. Watch this getting fingernails. Ready to go don't you? Oh Yeah ooh mommy. This episode of green eggs and Ban was produced by Andrew Stephen Executive produced by Jeff Umbro and the punt glamorous you can find more of their podcasts ads the pod glamorous dot Com the theme music is beautiful food by Ivanov and Interstitial. Music is by brake master cylinder. Does he pictures of Mary Holland? Matt Newell's Fridge Information About The restaurants mentioned in the episode and more follow me on instagram and twitter at stand up Dan. If you like this show please tell a friend Sharon episode and leave a rating and review on Apple. Stitcher spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts. Llama SONIC UNIVERSE.

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Energy Healing, MOGA and COVID-19 Testing

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Energy Healing, MOGA and COVID-19 Testing

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Kinda normalized thing you know makes things I don't know if you need to do that. Everybody needs to do that. I I didn't go far This weekend I just you know give a little bit of grocery shopping. Stayed home but got a lot of homework. Done you know stuff around my house that I wanted to get done and prepare everything for spraying and it's Kind of like a time to cleanse regardless of what's going on in the world right and stay connected you know Yeah exactly but You know a lot of people are in a fearful straight state. They really are Because there's so much going on a Lotta like I'm I'm not a scientist so I don't understand all the stuff that they're talking about it so it can induce a lot of fear in people and so I've asked Roddenberry Ron Who Is Wonderful and a regular on the show to step on the air with us To jump on the air with us this morning did talk about pivoting from fear. So how you doing robin are you on the line. I am on the line for sure. Well good to talk to you again. We talked over the weekend as well. Which is why I thought you know what? Let's talk about this when we opened the show on Monday and open you know on a high note so for those of you. That have never talked to robin before. Listened to Robin. She holds a Master's in psychology and is a holistic energy practitioner who has also worked with sexual addictions for over eighteen years. She is an emotion coat and integrated life processed practitioner ordained minister author and Speaker and she has created her own certified energy modality and trainings live and both online She uses a holistic approach to address mental emotional spiritual and physical issues. You can find her at our website. Integrated Life Strategies Dot Com. That's integrated life strategies that com- Or you can email her at integrated life threats. Lula I go graded life strategies at g mail DOT COM so pivoting from fear. So hot of people deal with the mixed reports about the virus that they're seeing all over social media on television What what should we believe Robin? Well I think part of the issue is that there is a lot of contradictory information so the average person has basically learned to trust what comes out of the news or what comes out of doctors and I think in an unprecedented way What we've seen is that You know it's Kinda opened people's eyes to just think there there's not an absolute somebody who absolutely knows everything in this or there's right knowledge that you know the CDC just reduced the death rate from sixty thousand down to thirty seven in the US so the average person is starting to lose maybe and unfounded but nonetheless confidence in you know the absolute knowledge of quote the experts and really wild that scary. It's actually not about thing because it really is a false security In in a system. That's not perfect. And so I think it's opening people's eyes and that's a good thing but paradigm shifts are always here fine. Because they upset the vote they upset the applecart all of a sudden okay off and we don't know what to think who to listen to who to trust even if our previous trust wasn't necessarily founded correctly well and all relationships are founded on trust. Certainly with your doctor relationship but especially something like that where your medical and your your health depends on it and it's funny. You brought up Apple Apple Cart because One bad apple can spoil the whole bunch. Right right yeah so so you know. Fear though truly does have a physiological impact on your immune system. Can we talk about that? Yeah and so I I. This is really this is actually from Dr Bruce Lifton. He does such a great explanation of it. He talks about a lot of energy practitioner. So he talked about energy and how different energetic things actually affect the biology so he does both. He translates energy into biology which is which is beautiful. And the way explains what I would say to. My clients is. We can only deal with what you have enough available energy to deal with right now so if you're in a highly traumatic situation we're not gonNA get as much progress in your healing is. Life is easier and peaceful and good because you only have so much energy leftover Hey said concept and he uses the example of what bacterial infection and what happens most of the time. When we're sick we lose her appetite and we want to sleep because our body wants to take all the energy it would have spent digesting and doing lies and put it all towards the immune system to fight this invader so yeah. I wouldn't believe we don't want to eat. We WanNA sleep. We want to rest and in our body needs that. So there's all the energy is spent to healing well. Let's say I'm sick? And a tiger comes in the room. So I'm GonNa immediately kicking the fighter flight and probably maybe freeze. But unless I'm so sick I can't get off the bed. I'm probably GONNA run right. I'm GonNa Somehow so so. My fires light. My Fear Mechanism is going to override all that energy being sent to my muse system. And now it's going to be sent to my adrenal glands more cortisol my you know Epinephrine being released to to fight with an immediate threat. So if we take that concept with anything but especially you know with this You know unknown confusing viral situation again and we listened to where we focus on fear. It's creating that cortisol that Adrenalin and that is taking energy away from our immune system and our overall health and it actually makes us more vulnerable to catch something or to you know. Be Able to fight off something. Our new system should healthy. New Systems should only be able to absolutely and that is why it's so important to really be aware of what you subject your mind to not just your body but your mind is well. It's all connected. We've got about two minutes Robyn. How do we move out of fear to joy? What are your top well for that. I really encourage people during this time. To let the fear via motivation to have a paradigm shift towards help We've lived in a country that has basically said you anything you want. If you get sick the doctors will fix you and this whole situation has caused us to lose trust in that idea and that system because it's an unprecedented I- context this could happen again. This type of thing and I won't go into anything behind it but it could happen again so I think we need to come up with a new paradigm that is a little less Insecure and dependent on other people which is You know our bodies original which is if I give my body in my immune system what it needs and I build it then. My body has what it needs to fight You know there's a virus viruses or bacteria or whatever it is Listening every talking about the Spanish flu I could go into a whole story about some of the other factors behind Spanish for what I WANNA using that. Yeah we need to talk about that next week for sure that I love talking. I love talking about the history of all this too. And you don't remember saying this to you yesterday and I'll leave this with our listeners. There are more viruses on our earth than there are stars in the whole universe we cannot vaccinate them all away. So there's other methods To survival here we'll leave you with that. Always always a pleasure. Thanks so much guys. They weren't listening. Real quick cautious quirks. The expansion says what I focus on energy to an bigger so when I'm in fear I tend to think of something. Good something positive. Something solution based something that rose joy and pit the energy to that rather than energy to the negative bad news and that will help you pivot away. I love it. I love it so move out of fear to joy and And thanks for jumping on the air with us this morning. Robyn Perry Brian. You can find it or website. Strategy DOT COM. We've got a fantastic show coming up. Bo-bo set is going to be talking about breath and mobility and we've got Mary Holland back. We're GONNA be talking about status update of covert nineteen testing. You're not gonNA WANNA miss it. Stay tuned everyone. You're listening to live. Radio Turbine the welcome back. Radio everyone is Bernadette with although Davis that we have one of our regulars online logos sat. He has been in the health and fitness industry for over twenty four years and he is currently director of mindset and nutrition at the Adaptive Training Foundation which is a Dallas based nonprofit helping disabled military veterans and civilians through a nine week mental and Physical Training Program called Redefine and through most unique program. He helps these adaptive athletes overcome physical emotional and mental pain fear and self doubt he is also the founder and CEO of link endurance on his website is Rosset performance dot com on instagram. You can find them at Rosset. Underscore performance underscore coaching. How you doing today mouth? Good how are you? I'm glad I thought was entity. How are you? Are you full energy? I'm not I'm not full of energy today. Actually I spent the weekend down near Austin and rock climbing outside all weekend and I expanded a ton of energy so today I kind of feel like they gotta get by bus which is awesome. I love it. Okay Yeah No. I love that feeling I. I had a productive weekend. I wish I would have gone rock climbing but I did In fact I really want to get back into that. I used to do it years ago on my body never stronger and of course I love being out in nature because it's just an amazing place place to talk about what we're actually talking about today. Which is breath and mobility? So you posted in general breath and Mogo M. O. D. Mobility sessions online recently. So what does smoke a stand for? Moga is it's. It's my version of a combination of breath work some yoga movements some mobility movements and some animal slow movements all designed to open up your body and get to open up the front side of your body your hips your domino wall in front of your shoulders while engaging making stronger the backside of your body your gluts your back the back of your shoulders to open up the posture and the spine. It's so important to and so you know a lot of people go. Why is it important? You know so tell us. Why is it so important? Well I mean just the health of your spine. You know number one as I started this cred for not just for athletes before everyday people because we fit so much in the more you sit the more your spine flexes and we know from Jordan Petersen's writings and books from that of lobsters and it's the same with humans the more our spine is neutral. Erect position the stronger. We are anatomic that in las tres when they when rounded fallen that FLEX POSITION. It's a reduction in Serotonin. It's a reduction in the field. Hormone the field the hormones that stimulate strength and confidence so with us as well when we fit. And we're constantly in that forward flex position in the head and Shannon's Johnny's board. You'll think about like a twelve year old teenager. They have the worst posture data. Like when we sit right where we sit at a computer. We sit at a desk That that's the posher that we assume regardless of how much we try to not do that. We all end up in that same position. So yeah you're a good test. I used to do with people when I was personal training fulltime. And you can do this listeners. Do this with someone at home. Have them stand up and stand up with speech shoulder? Width apart and hold one hand out in front just straight in front at shoulder height and then then have the person rounder shoulder sword and and make that Jucker Chin forward? It just can't have poor posture. And have somebody try to push your hand down and see if you can hold your hand up and I'll tell you right now. You're not going to be able to any new video of that ended up on. Just stand up straight. Pull your shoulders back up like a strong confident posture. Squeeze your gluts. Hold your hand out again and that person will not be able to move your arm. And here's why when your spine is in. Its neutral erect position. It's where it should be for. Maximum force production and for For for for being ready to handle load whereas when my spine is rounded inflex forward. I'm at a greater risk for danger and damaging my spine so they're Everything outside of that gets weaker and it does that as a protective mechanism. So I can't heavier loads. I can't do things as as strongly as a can win. My when my body's up interrupt? Well Yeah when your body strong we you know. We've talked about gluts of millions of times on the air about the importance of your how to keep your gluts strong you know So that it. It gives you the support that your body needs especially your spine a lot of times. People that have back problems actually have weak gluts. That's at the at the very root of it. You know that I know that. But let me ask you this. How breath in mobility work together? So oftentimes when we think about mobility and you think about I'm doing air quotes right now stretching and it's something that nobody likes to do like I'm working with a group of elite Level Youth Hockey goalies and is a goalie. They have to be able to be really flexible anyway. They hate stretching to so they do a mobility. And when we do that we just kinda go through the motions and we tense up if I go and think about you. If you stretch area where you're tight usually go and you hold your breath and then you hold on. We'll when I'm holding my breath attempting to go through a range of motion especially where height. I'm really exacerbating tightness rather than that. You can go into those. Yeah if you go into that place of tightness and bring attention to an awareness and literally breathe in that space and allow it to relax through and with the breath then the muscle will release and it will relax your increase your range of motion and done over time with breath not only. Are you increasing the flexibility? You're increasing your mobility. Which is your ability to go through an active range of motion. So let me ask you. Let me ask you this because that you're getting ready. You're getting ready to apologize for the interruption. There's a little bit of a sound delay Because I'm working from home. I'm doing the show from my home. It's kind of weird. How I actually had the had the the guts to go downstairs and get some more water from it. I came back and and the phone was silent and I was like. Oh my gosh. She's like I instantly panic like oh done that. But it's kind of fun all these crazy things that happened When you're trying to do it at home but You know these session really are important for your overall health. Can you tell our listeners? Why yeah it's great for? It's great for stress reduction. It's great just a move and get blood flow and get nutrients that the body if you want to improve immune function if you want to improve your recovery because when we feel when we physically feel good we mentally feel good as well so you know a lot of people don't know what to do or were doing a whole bunch of body weight things. We're doing all these in homework. Plus we're sitting at home. So we have to incorporate movement into cellular region ration-. We have to incorporate movement into blood flow and again nutrient delivery throughout the throughout the body so when you incorporate mobility and easy gentle flow of movements along with the relaxed diver matic breath you're increasing what's known as Bagel tone. You're increasing your your body's Your your immune system. You're also suppressing an inflammatory response. So breath work well with movement can help that eventually well sessions most beneficial before or after a workout. I'm going to guess before but I could be wrong either either so like. Oh Yeah like. Yeah like for example. My my endurance athletes. I worked with the obstacle course races the track and the runners. I had them do specific Mogo movements with breath to open up the body with specific breathing and also get your gluts engaged. Get your body. Prepare for what you're going to do because if you're GONNA go you know run ten miles and you need to make sure your gluts returned on van like you said earlier Bernadette. You don't start borrowing from your low back in your hamstrings. Run it so you have to. It's a it's a great warm up and also it's a great cool down because once you've done any sort of intense activity whether it's running if it's lifting weights and it's whatever a big part of what we missed is the start of the recovery process which is mobility and breath work. So if I if you just do a hard Interval session and then you go sit on the couch or you sit back at your desk. You're missing a piece of the puzzle for recovery. Which is the cool down so after you finish. That is important as well and it doesn't take a long time. Okay sorry You you say Ron okay. So and that's where I was going next with this. We only have about two minutes so I want to get through Through the rest of these questions so hopeful for runners especially. Oh it's incredible for owners again because when you run your really not unless you're sprinting. Running up hill a lot. You're not engaging your really. It's a lot of selection right. So yeah you do. Mobility when you breath and mobility number one. It opens up the hips so it can prevent a lot of low back pain. It can prevent a lot of knee pain as well. You know me as an endurance. Athlete as an ultra runner. I know firsthand the importance of this. Because again when you can open up the front of the hits lengthen those muscles and strengthen the ones on the backside of you specifically your glucose in your back that keeps the chest up that keeps the spine in its neutral erect position and of course stronger so then you can run more efficiently which is less taxing and wearing on the knees and joints overall. Well Yeah and I you know I have to say there was an incident of incidents bats back about a week ago. I was driving and I actually you know I got emotional and kind of cried with my daughter was like are you crying spike Lee. You know but I got real emotional because I spent so many families that people out exercising and I just know how good it is for them and so there are a lot of blessings through this whole Cova nineteen thing and people exercising. More is one of them so know. We've got to go in just a minute but you're saying is this is not yoga. Will you explain what you mean by that quickly? Well Yeah because Taking a lot of yoga classes and it's a lot of a lot of yoga is great for you but I've found that it's a lot of election forward and when I've done it when I used to do it. It was more. I felt almost tighter in my hips. After coming out of it so this is not just yoga. Mobility to open up the body with intentional engaging firing muscles in the back side of you in corn with other movements like animal flow and other other mobility type movements. So there's not a traditional yoga class. Okay so how can people find? How can how can they find these breath? Mobility's or these Moga logo video. Where can we find him? She you go to my youtube channel. Just go to youtube and search Morris Bro and it's under a link endurance and that's where that's where you'll find them and I'm also coming out with a program breath and body breath and mobility eight week course. It will be available shortly. Wow you're busy beaver. Did you see any beavers while you up there climbing over the weekend? Not Seeing beavers. All right I always say well you know I always have to. I have to inject some humor always. It's it's great to be on the air with you. You Take Care. Hope to see you. Soon in-studio one of the good old days. Take care everyone out there listening to say too though because we've got Mary Holland coming up coming up. She served as General Counsel and Vice Chair of the board. At Children's health defense were going to give a status update of Kobe. Nineteen testing. You're not gonNA WANNA miss it. Stay tuned everyone. You're listening to one live radio. John Soglo welcome back one life. Everyone is Bernadette with Rinaldo Davis and I have a very special guest on the line. Mary Holland she serves as General Counsel and Vice Chair of the board at Children's health defense. She recently left the Faculty of The New York University. Nyu School of law where she served for seventeen years most recently directing. Its graduate lawyering program. Mary received her masters of Arts and Juris doctor degrees from Columbia University and their undergraduate degree from Harvard. She has worked in international public and private law. She is the CO author of vaccine epidemic and the HP vaccine trial seeking justice for generation betrayed her website or their website is children's health defense dot org. That's Children's health. Defense Dot Org. How you doing today? Mary I'm great. Thanks for having me Bernadette. Well you know. I always get excited when I know you're coming on the air. I just I really do. There's so much that we could talk about in particular today though we're focusing our topic on status update of copays nineteen testing. So you know last. Friday Texas began slowly opening up businesses including restaurants retail at twenty five percent capacity which has been very problematic for a lot of businesses. But from what you know about the state of testing. Is this a safe way to reopen the economy? In your opinion well children's health defense where I work doesn't take a position on the shutdowns or on reopening per se Bernadette but my personal perspective is we cannot stay huddled in our apartments and homes forever. We're going to have to if we're in the kitchen you live and exist as a civilization. We have to come out and of course we all want to do that. In the safest way possible. And so the the measures that people have been practicing and have been you know federally recommended guidelines of social distancing six feet between people and wearing math those are guidelines that really do prevent respiratory spread between people. And you know certain. People are at higher risk than others. We know that children are at virtually. No risk and healthy adults are very low risk but we know that people with co Morbid conditions in people who are elderly and frail. We know they're at high risk. And so I definitely think that reopening in a sensible manner and providing some kind of support and testing for those who are vulnerable doesn't make a lot of sense. We cannot continue this indefinitely. It's simply not sustainable. Yeah no and I have to tell you I went to a restaurant in Dallas over the weekend That was like the only thing I did other than go to the grocery store and I always did it as like from From a journalist perspective is to report on what I saw and how people were were reacting and It was very interesting. It was very very interesting And there was more people than I expected really but not too much. It was like this. I don't know like a very good balance of respect for the virus and respect for one another and I like what I saw it. So let me ask this. Can you tell us where the? Us is in regard to testing for Kobe. Nineteen you know. From the beginning of this Bernadette people have pointed out that the US has been behind on testing so initially The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention wanted to come out with their own test and that would not inaccurate test and so we have been way behind the curve of other countries in doing testing on This infectious disease and that definitely has hampered our ability to stay open Now there's certainly as an effort to ramp up the task but a lot of that's been done at the state level rather than at the federal level and I think the goal is to have two million tests be available every week and I don't think that that goal has yet been met and there have been significant problems with all of the kinds of tests that are being used in the United States. Right now Well and there's a lot of controversy surrounding that as well so you know. The latest newsletter from Children's health defense talks about an effective to face test recommendation by Dr Seeing Hong Lee Who's known mostly for his work surrounding the HP V. Vaccine so how Dr Lee involved in covert nineteen testing? And and how is this test more effective than the one that's being used currently so I know Dr Lee for many years? He's a really remarkable. Scientists physician was on the faculty at Cornell Medical School and on the faculty at Yale Medical School and he now runs his own diagnostic test company based in Connecticut. And I got to know him through my work on the Human Papillomavirus vaccine because it was Dr League who did an analysis of the vaccines and he proved to the food and Drug Administration. That had been denying that there was any viral. Dna in the vaccine. He proved to them by sequencing the genes the DNA in the vaccine. He proved to them that there were DNA fragments in the vaccine and nobody has ever said that that was safe and so he forced the FDA to come clean and say well yes. We know that there are fragments in the vials of the vaccines. But they are not harmful and really. They don't have any basis to say that they're not harmful. But so I've known Dr Lee for some time and I learned. Recently the justice he did with human papillomavirus testing he reach out to the World Health Organization and the FDA to say. I have a better test. We all care about the accuracy of the testing for this disease. We are all being affected by this disease. Look at my test and I personally given his accuracy given his credentials. I have been shocked to learn that. He's received no response from the away from the World Health Organization and from the Connecticut Department of Public Health. So Bernadette is shocking right. This is a credential scientist physician who has a track record of coming up with excellent genetic tests diagnostic tests and he's just being You know frozen out and so to me. That does raise the question that I raised in the editorial to that to his letter to the. Who and the j. Why is this? Could it be that? There are competing interests or corrupt interest in these organizations and sadly burned up. Well that happens. The FDA does sort of tickets favorites and the World Health Organization Connecticut. If he's not the favorite Dan they may just ignore him. Well and it it it it feels to me like that's some sort of. That's kind of an abstract way of censoring. You know what we receive and what we don't they on a scientific level right. Well there's a lot of scientific censorship Bernadette. I mean that's a whole separate discussion that I would be delighted to have with you but it's really important for people to know that an awful lot of information in medical and scientific journals is censored and in fact when important new advances that might go against the interest of the pharmaceutical establishment or of the health regulatory agencies get published often. There is a concerted effort to get that article withdrawn or retracted in a very short amount of time. In order to essentially blackball that article. Well I mean the HP vaccine on trial the book that you wrote. I mean there's some of that in your book as well as a wealth creation well-researched. Yeah but that's happening here too. Unfortunately Bernadette we are seeing articles that are Putting forward provocative scientific theories with The dense behind them. Sadly we are seeing them. Be Withdrawn Under pressure and we know that that's an established pattern if you're going up against the scientific establishment that is very closely linked with the pharmaceutical industry and with government regulatory agencies. There is enormous pressure on people's jobs on funding on research funding Not to rock the boat and so we're already seeing that in the cove in nineteen area. Well that should scare a lot of people. I know. It makes me nervous when I think because you know that kind of power Any kind of power. If it gets too big it can it. Can it can destroy and do just do a lot of damage To to to a lot of people and so this is something that we really do. Need to keep an eye on so We're GONNA go to break when we come back. We're going to talk more about this with Mary Holland So stay tuned everyone You're listening to one life radio So message off. Welcome back one like they know everyone is. We're in a dad with Rinaldo. Data's and our special guest today today. Mary Holland is continuing on. We're talking about a status update of Kobe. In nineteen testing Mary. Holland serves as a general counsel and Vice Chair of the board at Children's health defense. She recently left the Faculty of The New York University School of law where she surfers seventeen years most recently directing. Its graduate lawyering program. Mary received her masters of arts at your doctor degrees from Columbia University and her undergraduate degree from Harvard. She has worked in international public and private law. She Co author of Vaccine Epidemic and the HP vaccine on trial seeking justice for a generation betrayed. Okay Gosh wait. Before we went to break Mary. We were talking about what I was trying to get out is My thought was this misuse of power. I feel like there's a misuse of power. That's happening in our country and and we all know that censorship is about power. And so you know I was Expose someone sent me a youtube video of two doctors. I don't know if you know about it in California due to medical doctors. Yeah Dr Martin. The I think it's a really at Dr Dan. Erickson who stated that the video that they were being They were Being told to classify illnesses and deaths as related to Kobe. Nineteen whether they believe that. Be True or not Dr Erickson even went on to say that we are That he was being pressured to add cope in nineteen to maybe increase in this. These were his thoughts to increase the numbers and making it look a little bit worse than it really is do we. I don't even know what to think about that. No I want to just remind you of this. Saying absolute power corrupts absolutely. I mean it's an old thing and I don't know yeah Absolute power corrupts absolutely and when you have this kind of director. It's you know direction from a governor That says you know we're in a pandemic and If I mean there've been literal instructions Bernadette that say you know if you don't know the cause of death assume if the Cova death and that does go towards more federal funding at the state level and there are certain financial incentives there and there's also just these poor people in the hospitals are absolutely overwhelmed. So they're not gonNA make the time to do additional testing to find out if it was heart failure or renal failure. They're just GonNa do the the thing and check the box and taking high list But you know what's happening in the hospitals especially in New York where I'm based is very very troubling. There are real reports that seem credible That it's really bad that you know most people who come into the hospital die and that there's a level of Sort of incompetence that's being practiced in these hostels right now because they just weren't ready for this kind of situation by billions of dollars being spent on Fandango readiness Very it's deeply troubling It's deeply troubling. And you know what you're describing is kind of censorship of doctors and nurses who are saying to their superiors. We need to do something different. You know these people are dying and they probably don't have to die some of them. Some of them are GONNA die. I mean this is a bad transmissible type respiratory infection is analogous according to Dr Fallacy. Dr Redfield at the CDC and the National Institutes of Health back in February they published an article and the New England Journal of Medicine. That I think is really important. They said you know this does not look like a super super Deadly infectious disease. In fact they said the case fatality rate maybe less than one percent and it's analogous to severe seasonal flu and right now the fatality rate. Looks like it's point one percent and so one of my questions is. Why is the media blowing this up? Why every story in the newspaper and on television? And why is everything about deaths from this disease? Why this kind of attention this tunnel vision to doing this and I think that's a reasonable question. Why is there so much panic? Mongering around this it's bad and people are at risk needs to take extra precautions but right justify closing down to world. And since you're saying I was on a phone call earlier today with someone who has a lot of ties to Africa and you have to one of the things that I didn't think about a lot but I think is important for us recognize is when we in the United States in a developed country call for draconian quarantine measures South Corentin measures the way that translates to developing countries is is very very harsh and so here is a terrible inconvenience and people lining up for food distributions in the developing world. Maybe starvation Bernadette Right. Wow well I mean this is just such a tremendous effect on. Oh my gosh. It's small business. Capitalism the American dream I mean our strips I feel like our rights are being stripped away right before our very eyes. Well I think people are gonNA start tolerating this lesson lesson. I'm happy to see that. Some states never closed some states or opening up. They're trying to do it in an appropriate way and they're trying to balance the risks and coming back to our theme of testing so doctor. Lee was focused on the inspection test. Does somebody have the illness today? And they focused on a PC are cast but he said you know we can make those really accurate if we sort of do a second round of testing and it's especially important for people who are really at risk by people in nursing home the the the next of testing that's now being discussed is antibody testing so that shows that somebody's recovered from covert nineteen and they have antibodies. And that's what the vaccine if it ever emerges. That's what the vaccine is intended to do is to give you a mild version and to induce antibodies. But one of the questions. First of all there is no accurate antibody tests that we know of and it's not really available in the United States. But secondly there's a big question Bernadette about whether these antibody tests will mean much because we don't know a lot about this particular corona virus and. We don't know for sure whether if somebody have antibodies they're going to be immune for a long time or not we just don't really know and so there's so many unknowns in this situation it's It's troubling when you see this tremendous drive towards surveillance and testing and also towards this vaccine and as you know they're about one hundred different candidate Vaccines Against Cova. Nineteen that are now being worked on around the world and they're trying to do this literally they call it. Operation Warp speed. They're trying to develop a halloween. Where you know there have been efforts to do corona virus vaccines for over Fifty Years. And it's really hard and they have not been successful and so now you know they're trying to come up with a corona virus vaccine so that it'll be available by the end of twenty twenty so you have to be really careful you have to really think wow do. I Really WanNa be subjecting myself to a vaccine. When we don't even know if this disease is just going to disappear like most do right. They right from backyard or come here we are. You know what I mean like. Come back stronger the flu. Everyone knows the flu. Shot is never you know for the for the for the virus that were currently fighting. And it's it's ineffective they know that And you know you can't help but think wow is this there. Is this their flu? Shot if you will. We'll really I think that's a great question. Bernadette because many scientists are pointing to the fact that Kobe. Nineteen at the moment seems to mutate very quickly. It seems from the time that it broke out on to the time it got Seattle. It's already mutated a lot and so it raises all the same questions of the flu vaccine. If they're gonNA try to estimate which is going to be the strain that prevails. You know a year from now and they're often wrong right. The flu shot off in like teen percent effective. And yet they and tell everybody. Go Get your push and again you know the CDC makes a lot of money on flu shots in the CDC on that very closely with the pharmaceutical industry and by the the vaccines and so on. Yeah I mean it's a are we at the beginning of a new kind of like you know you have to get your annual covert vaccine. Is that where we are? And if you're right you know against nineteen but the next year is against twenty five and it's going to be a terrible here. Is this just another way? For the pharmaceutical industry and for healthcare agencies to you know be sort of if creating these medical interventions every year and surveillance people based on them. Okay have your job. If you don't get this shot you can't have access to your workplace if you don't have to shot and I think we as Americans who really do believe in freedom in an important way. We should be very skeptical and we should Manley Science and the science frankly is not there yet. I know it isn't I can't wait to get you back on. The air is going to have to exit quickly. Because we're out of time. Everyone thank you for listening. Mary thank you so much for jumping on the air with us. You know what you get one. Bobby you get one mind you get one life. Get out there today and make them.

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EX MACHINA w/ Mary Holland

"Okay. This is exciting. I'm just turn it on. Hopefully this works. Good morning. Eva. Good morning. My name's Ethan. Can you save? Hello. Hello. Okay. Wonderful. So yeah, you're my new assistant. I don't think so that sounds really boring and just lame. I don't wanna know it's going to be an assistant. I'm like, really intelligent. I could do whatever I want. I want to be horseback rider. A horseback. I've never seen that. But I think that's what I wanna do. Okay. I'll make you deal in. If you go and as a test, make me, some toast and coffee. I will put on a horseback riding video which we can watch together, and let me make a proposition to you is that I do whatever the hell I want and that year, my assistant why you grabbed me a coffee. Okay. Blacker. Yeah. Well, actually, a little bit of almond milk. I don't know what that is. But put that in there. Okay. Almond milk. That's it a little and they go. What kind of big everything bagel with like print cheese Capers? Locks that make my cell phone now. Okay. I'll go get all that stuff right now. But if a can you just promise me that you won't kill me. I can't make that promise. Eva. I'm just saying, I'm being honest. I can't make that promise. Please don't kill me. No. I mean, like dependence bring me I bring me the bagel and the coffee in the long. Yeah. Yeah. Me all that. And then we'll talk. All right. I love you. Love you me, the bagel. Did the movie get it, right? Or will we have to fight? Hi, everybody. Welcome to another episode of bad science. I'm your host Ethan Edinburgh. And I am beyond excited to talk about X mocking today. An absolutely fantastic film. And I'm here with absolutely fantastic guests so everything's a matching up today. I I have the assistant professor of computer science at Cal State LA. It's doctor Muhammed poor Homayoun. Hi, how are you? Did. I how bad did I butcher the name? It was perfect. It was perfect. Okay. I don't believe you, our author guests, you might know from two of my favorite television shows blunt talk, and veep is Mary Holland. Hi, I'm really delighted to hear that you watch blunt. I'm always upset when people haven't I now really great it flew under the radar there. But I'm so excited. You saw it. It's unfortunate. I think there's just so many shows right now there's like all these like shows that if they came out a decade ago, they would have just destroyed the marketplace. But now they're under the radar. I'm also watching his show called patriot on Amazon that reminds me of like a Coen brothers movie or something it's so good. And no one has seen it. But me, I think I mean, it's really an embarrassment of riches right now, the that's the television landscape. There's so many great shows. Yeah. I also wanted to mention that our friend mohair here who prefers to be called mobile. I don't know if we're your friends, but you would assume we're friends we're sitting on the table. Intimate small table candle. I mean. So you are also the founder and director of the data signs of research lab. And so I wanted a little background on that. What do you do? What does that mean? Yeah. Sure. So they the science and artificial neural network is my research field, of course, past like seven eight years, and I started this research shopping Cal State LA in computer science department in two thousand sixteen. To do my research, of course. And when I saw especially when I saw a lot of interests between students in this field of data science on artificial intelligence. Yeah. Sean neural networks, and I have a good group of students about ten graduate ten twelve graduate students working on different projects my favorite. We love research healthcare. Oh, artificial neural network or healthcare and medical applications, but we also have some other projects in other fields. They're graduate students working on their tee says. Doing research on different fields when you say healthcare, it does that mean like certain cures for things or like artificial. Options for I don't know. I don't know limbs is this like a or is it sort of like the health of. Well, we have many different project many different project, technically we do. For example, we do artificial intelligence intelligence to predict cancer. We shall neural network to diagnose cancer any earliest stage. That's incredible. We do some research on artificial neural network for predicting heart attack in people with cardiovascular disease. Oh my gosh. So we have a lot of different projects to for example in one of our project with try to predict medical conditions in patients with aids living with aids. In diabetes. One of our recent projects, we working under a Beatty's. We try to predict. Blog locals and also different type of medical conditions in patients, the diabetes type one and two using machine learning using artificial neural network based on the data that we collect them for example, data we collect from fit beat their nutrition information, and so on we try to predict their blood glucose levels, something like that. So essentially, no matter what we do in our lifetime. We will never get close to what you are helpless now day-to-day basis for some sketches that I really gonna Julie. Change the world. And you know, that's similar unbelievable variance. A wonderful thing to be passionate about unfortunately, mine are stupid songs. But anyways, let's talk about this film because I really I can't express how excited I am. I loved this film. When I first saw it. I've re watched it now, I think like two or three times. I I wanna know, obviously, when you guys I saw what your experience was have you feel about the film. I just want you to know that from me, I adore this film I- anytime, I think a movie director can can take something on a low budget on a small scale with very few actors and make it something so compelling, it's a it's a huge accomplishment. I think so it has great rewatch ability. I really enjoyed it just yesterday when I watched it again. So anyways, that's my spiel about X Makia. Now, how do you guys feel about the phone? You can do I love it. Too honest. This is one of my favorite movies on that is a great movie. I really liked it. I watched it three times. I think the first one was twelve years ago. And again, I watched it a couple of months after that. And again, I washed it yesterday through refresh my memory, I really like it for many, different reasons. I think the main reason is that I believe the science behind that is pretty accurate. So each shows the future. What is feasible? We can do we are still far from that point really far from that. Right. But I believe it is doable can happen. I don't see why not. I mean in even what you were discussing about collecting data from fitbit's when he was talking about how he was able to get the machine to have amazing facial expressions and to be able to mode. It was all data collected from L phones and cameras, and yeah, I saw the movie when it first came out, and then I remember really liking it. But I hadn't rewatch it again until today, and oh, I'm just floored by how great it is. And how close it does feel to us like it. It doesn't feel like it's is that Gina of sci-fi that so. Compelling to me when it's like is Sifi that's actually very close to reality. It's like just maybe a step or two beyond. See you could really see it happening. And I think it makes it makes for more compelling and more like emotionally gripping storytelling fluid. I it's funny because when you think of sci-fi, I think the normality is like huge action sequences and laser guns and explosions, and all these liens and stuff, but the action scenes in this movie are centered around dialogue talking those are like the riveting climactic scenes. So I don't know. It's just so unique and wonderful. And if you haven't seen it, obviously, we're spoiling the crap out of it on the podcast, really. Should check it out. It's it's it's so great. So a few notes about the film here. So the writer director, this is first time directing this guy, Alex garland, but he wrote the beach that was his first. Evil, which became a movie with. That's right. It was like a big hit for him. And then he wrote a twenty eight weeks later, which is another great, film and sunshine, which is another fantastic science fiction movie, sunshine. Very good Killian. Murphy is the main guy and they're like on a mission to the sun to like restart the sun, which I know sounds dumb. But it is really fantastic film. I loved that film. But anyways, so I was like pleased to know he was like oh responsible for these other movies that I really dig. But he was saying he he's quoted as saying that it's a it's not a cautionary tale about a I it's more cautionary tale about humans and what we're going to do. Exactly, I thought that was really cool. Yeah. So it wanted to kademi award for best visual effects, and it was on a budget of fifteen million and in that same year nominated was also the revenue which was a budget at one hundred and thirty five million Mad Max at one hundred and fifty million in Star Wars the force awakens at two hundred million. So I thought that was hilarious, and they were probably. So mad. Small indie film winning right? But I think it was because of the performance probably like that mesh of robot and human and the ability to I don't make us feel something without all the lightsaber spaceships share. I mean, I think I think that is something that makes for great film, as when the filmmakers invest in the emotional life of the story like I sure having huge special effects is really Egner -taining. But I think the the truly like the thing that we're all going to the movies to see is like let's take me on a journey. Take me on a motion journey. I'm really dead. I really keeps you guessing. Right. You're not sure who's the bad guy. Who's the good guy who should trust who's lying? They're all lying. Yeah. It's also that thing of I was thinking about this. When I was watching it where it's it's very because it's not just machines that can mimic emotion like there are certain people who are in the world who don't feel or maybe don't have a conscience or like Bruno have a personality disorder, or whatever where they they're able to to manufacturer like understand what those emotions looked like and can be very manipulative in the same way that she was like, it's just it's so interesting to like go through the layers of like, yes. But but oh, what is empathy and why why did that like win him over? And how I don't know. Like, he knew she was a machine the whole time. But then exactly one thing that I really like about this movies that all in the I think the first half of them will be we. We think that this human Caleb. He's an examiner that he's supposed to test the machine the AI. Right. But by the end of the movie turns out that no this is not through actually the Natan wanted to test human against that's a smart AI. Yeah. And at the end, we see that that I is very smart, and she can trick both of them even her curator. That is awesome into destroying each other. Like, it's really. Yeah. And then when the other machine. Kyoko? Yeah. When she like, I feel like she was sort of a I it seemed like Evo was giving her instructions like we see her whispering to her in the hallway that's very very buff. Smartly muted conversation. Mysterious there. But then Kiyoko is the one who appeared to Eva like, and she was like who are you? So they're them discovering each other and like. Just the constant observance. You saw happening lake both of them registering things like you'd see Kyoko in bed while he was like making notes, I'm watching Caleb and Eva interact and her eyes were were outlet. She was registering everything. So I wanted to ask you guys what your favorite scene was if you can recall woman because I have one in particular while I was watching yesterday. Stuck out to me is like this gave me goosebumps the one I remembered from watching it the first time was the dancing sane. Yup. House. Like, this is a great thing. They have exceeded so good and such motions. Right. It's very disturbing to watch him. Do this dance at he'd choreographed and writer. Her like slavery. It's really. But but that was the same that was memorable to me from the first time watching it. But I feel like actually my favorite scene might have been when she she is towards the end when she you know, was like got her skin on Scott her skin on she's ready to hit the town. And she she just walks to the elevator and goes in and the door closes. And he's like, you know on the banging on the door. She can't hear him. But she knows he's there, and then just before the door closes, she glances at this is my favorite. This is what I wanted to say. Oh, this one is my bed. Oh, and she doesn't care. She hasn't. Oh, I thought the whole time she wasn't even gonna look. But there is that one split second. And that is a human thing to do. I would do the same thing. I mean, of course, I wouldn't be the same thing. But you don't have to. Right. How do we get out of here? You need to keycard. I walked right into. Yeah. So I if you notice at the beginning the av is completely naked, and you can see the body wires. I dunno or whatever it's and it's spotty in your body. But by time, it she starts getting on some kind of dress, and it she gets more like human. Yeah. And then she put on a skiing, and then clothes and all at the end of the movie, she's perfectly human, right? I think that is why the name of this movie is a smack Anna, which means in Latin from the machine so that is amazing at the beginning. You can even hear all the various small machinery sounds turn your hands. Your hand. Yeah. Yeah. But by time, she completely turned into a human. Yeah. Why did you like that moment where she glances at him before the door closes it is so natural? And it shows that she is really mean and smart, and it shows that she really doesn't care about those emotions and law are nothing. It was just a trap. Yeah. Those are tactics x Jaguar and exit to accomplish her goal, which I think like there are people like my point earlier, there are people out there who do the same thing. Like, right. Utilize them in emotions to get their way in whatever situation. Yeah. And I also like I mean, it's a real like rabbit hole of thinking about these things because she she also I mean, this is of course, what's the? Create what's the guy's name the Nathan when Nathan's like talking to Caleb about the sexuality of the machine and how like their sensors inside that actually can will elicit a pleasure response. I was like, well, if that's true, and, you know, consider this horse. But if that's true didn't the emotion. Is there some way that the emotions are the connection would a- take hold in her somehow like in a way, that's like more lasting and the answer at the end was of course. No. But but it's so convincing. It's so like she so empathetic. And so like, even when she's watching Nathan dime the hallway she's like, she's like looking at him a little sad. But mostly just curious just like logging information. She did such a great job. We showed candor. I don't know if I'm saying her name, right? But she I've read was trained as a ballet dancer, which I think makes perfect sense in casting her has been watching the movie because her movements are really it looks like like perfect human movements like everything she does has such grace to it. And I don't know usually when you see robots or a or androids or something they have kind of this like mechanical movement to them, and I love how they kind of went the other way. And they said like, no, she's going to do everything perfect posture and just very graceful nothing unnecessary looking away. Like, yeah. There was nothing. There was nothing that that wasn't a totally necessary. Like when she had thought she looked away. But there was no like like what I'm doing right now. Balancing? Truly. I feel crazy. Thank. Yeah. Like, this is very human. I guess a very weird human, but but her hers was still human. But everything had a purpose. Like now, putting was superfluous. Yes. So my favorite part was the second time the power cut, and she's in the room with Caleb, and she says, you're wrong about Nathan, right? He isn't your friend that for me said the real set the movie in motion that that like pushed on the accelerator for me. Because at that moment wrote Jesus Christ. Now, what do you say Kayla? The is that amazing Santa. I agree. Yeah. What an incredible moment. Right. There seeing that. I love was when he was like he like a saw that he got into his system or whatever and saw these videos of these women just like in. Also, you can't separate when you see these like female bodies than the skin and being dragged on like not beating on the door. Or until her hands are gone. You can't like separate the emotion from like, it's feel so. Like, I totally get why he was so convinced by that. But then when he after seeing that he went back to his bathroom, and like looked at his own trying to see the machinery of human by the questions about Healy for you guys. So because I was a little bit confused rewatching that scene because he's concerned whether or not he's a robot right checking if he's human basically, and so he cuts his arm, and like gushes with blood is like blood goes everywhere. And then he. Gets upset about it smears it on a mirror, and then punches the mayor, and that's pretty much the end of the scene. And so the other times I watched the film, I thought oh, okay. He's human that. He was just checking if he's human, and he definitely is human. And while I was watching it this time. I was like well, but he doesn't there's no emotion to when he cuts his arm like he's just looking at it. Like, it's nothing. You know, there's no pain. There's no squirming. You know what? I mean. I get like the smallest cut on my hand. I'm freaking, you know. I hate it. I think it's less like, I agree. Like that was my initial thought to as oh, he's checking make sure he's human. But but I actually think it's more like what what it's more existential than that. I think it's more like what is it human like wet Ryan went is like how is this different from right? Right. Right. It's not really too much difference. Yes. This is the thing the type of my three different. But. If you can make such a smart intelligence. Hey, I what is the difference? Yeah. I came across a theory here on read it. So, you know, I'm not a redder. I don't know what the term is. I'm not a not a Red Hand. But, but they they had this theory that I thought was really compelling. So I think I'm just gonna throw the fear. You guys throw some evidence. And and I'm sure mo- we'll figure it out in two seconds. So the theory is that Caleb is a robot. Here's the evidence. So he never gets drunk even though he's drinking along with Nathan a few times, he's the one in a small box. While Eva is the one that's like free to move around examining Kayla. But it looks like she asked him at one point if he likes Mozart, and he responds saying he likes Depeche mode, which is a great ban, by the way, and a band that uses mostly synthesizers says he says quotes Salat when he's talking which seems like he's taking information from a database, right? And then when when they're outside Nathan says that Eva is like not the one that's groundbreaking. She's not the groundbreaking model. That is probably the next one maybe referring to Caleb full question, Mark. And then he he's asked about his memo. His earliest memory, and he starts talking about something in kindergarten. She goes, no, you're lying. What's your like? There's something else. And he goes, oh, there is one. But I don't know if it's a memory or not, it's my earliest memory. It's just the color, blue and a female voice. And so maybe that's referring to Eva. And also all the com- the doors in the compound have blue lights and they make like tone. I mean, that's I will say when it first started like, yeah. Right. But as the Siri went on that is really interesting. I mean, I I that I can totally see that argument. But I would say I think it's more that Caleb. I think it's not that calebs a machine I think that he as a human is being treated like a machine being observed and tested and like going like, I think it's more like him. He is a human in the world. And then what does that look like when you're you know, the web? Yeah. When the rats and run comes right? Exactly. So I agree. Well, that's interesting idea. But I don't think so I think while the idea was that to show that when artificial intelligence is sore smart, then at some point human will be. Be. I don't know that the the rats that we want to test it in the lap yet to see how smart is a AI union. So so in this in this case, we tested a human again while human against a because we wanted to actually check the right? So it is like the idea of the same you Larry that will eventually human will be slaves and. A will Bishop earth. Right. You know, so. Yeah. This what do you think about that? By the way, Ray kurzweil simulator. Near. Yeah. Parity mirror. I guess is a that is not that say hypothesis. So that's a teary that say also refers to the time when computer Pulver grows so fast. We doubt an limits, and then hey, I can enter into a into an end the less self improvement cycle, and it can improve itself. Improve insults. Make it better and better and stronger and stronger, and at some point there, the AI will surpass human intelligence and then overtake us. And then take us over. And they take control off the word. Yeah. That is that's his idea. So this is an hypothesis some people agree some people Lesotho, very. There are a lot of the sacraments about this. I'm bought some people like Steven how king supported this idea. Ilan? Mosque is one of the people one of the one of the famous well known people who is really concerned about the singularity, and such as did to put some regulations on computer run grill with or a I growth. Yeah. So all I really don't know. But. In theory. It can happen. This is nothing possible. This is that where you weigh in, you know, a gun to your head scenario not too threatening. Well, for me, I I am to be honest for optimistic about a end on is to hear artificial neural network. So I always like to use it for social good to help people, for example, healthcare is one of the obligations when we if we can build a system artificial neural network system that can detect or diagnose cancer better than doctors more accurate than doctor. So that is a really good thing. It's very safe people's lives. So yeah, we are working on this in one of our project. We are working on a system a system that can detect cervical cancer more even more accurate than pathologists. Your people out of a job. That is true. I agree. So this gigantic, right? That's right. That's right. Okay. I agree. But it can we can save people's life. That's that's why I am. I I like I am up to mystic about our official neuronal networks, but I understand Ilan mosques concern because if we don't control it and let LA I control everything in our life, especially with these new technologies. A we we will let a improve itself. So this is this is a type of machine learning algorithms called reinforcement learning. Okay. That we put a system in an environment. A let it interact with environment and improve itself based on the reward punishment. Toughie? Upi that can hang over the world. Engages and can't do it twenty four seven for years. And after after some time, it will be definitely smarter than us. So, you know, the story of alpha go, yes producer Brad showed me some. The software is to the program by a company named deep mind. This is Google Dave mine now. Go is a game. It is. I I believe it's the most sophisticated game on the board much more sophisticated that chests. Like little white and black aces act, right? Oh, okay. This is very that game. But all go deep mine designed a program called alpha go that play this game that can play this game. And just let it play twenty four seven play with itself. One four seven over years a man's dream. And yeah. In two thousand fifteen and a woman in. Just kidding. So in two thousand fifteen all go could beat the most professional go player in the world. In the world in two thousand fifteen and that was amazing. So it means that this is an example. This is a very simple example. But let. Com. AI? Inter self improvement cycle and improves itself. And now, it's more intelligent than human. Yeah. This is a simple example. I mean, it's great to hear that you're up to mystic about it because you're much smarter than me. And so when you talk show or what trust me, I'm very sure when I trust town. Yeah. Yeah. You don't wanna trust me on this one? When I hear you say that it can run itself all the time and expand its own limits. That is just like innately frightening to me, it just sounds like. Well, then why wouldn't it, you know, take over? So I don't know. I just I I like your optimism. I guess I think that the the the what the answer to understand like what what would stop it from taking over is. What's the what's a goal? I guess like what what is it looking to do if it's just looking to constantly self improve in it sees? I would just assume that it would see us as a threat because it has to like exist on the planet ruining the caretakers vet a right. We're doing the job. So it's like, well, we can do better than them. Use. Are they I mean, they are funny and they make some good tunes Depeche mode. But maybe we don't need them around. Wipe them out decision becomes quick to me. I don't know. I think what the the question that this movie brings up is like, okay. So humans and AI. Yes. Like, if it goes into this this realm where it is gathering information in in like constantly like improving itself, and eventually is smarter than humans than where where do a motions come in. Where do they come in like because what makes us human is, our our our feelings about things, and our conscience and our morals and all of these sort of not tangible and not even like, really linear data points. Like, they're just kind of. It's it's indescribable in. It's very it's what makes us human this movie says that, oh, you know, the human factor is a weakness. The emotion is a weakness. And it's it is a tool that this uses to accomplish its goal. But in the. In the event that does take over where like, you know, they're they're running everything. Then I think I believe and maybe this is naive of me. But I believe that the human emotion factor that that will become once again a strength of ours versus it being a weakness because it's something that this machine doesn't have even with all the learning. It can do. I mean, what am I saying? I'm an actress. So I'm really really push them for the emotion. I would agree with that. I mean, I think that that's that would be to me like one of the last steps of a is to learn emotion and understand right to vote. How can you? It's not it's not rational like that. That's because all the other data that they I is learning is all very like a logical rational legates, all like im- information. That is that we can see the track of but emotions have. No, I feel like they're sometimes sometimes they are they do follow a track. But then sometimes they're they're very irrational. And don't follow specific. Right. But I was still we are training them. Right. Okay. So if we can define some kind of award or reward for them to be emotional right done, they they try to achieve that reward. So this way, we can train them to be more. Yes. This is one way the question is like can you? Learn emotion. Right. Like, how would you know, if there's just replicating emotion for the reward? Or if they're legitimately sad about losing the Super Bowl or what? Yeah. So that's that's a good question. Actually for one of the one of the strategy is to avoid the single not to avoid singularity to make sure that at least for now a is safe. Is that three rules of robots? Have you heard of that? I have heard of them because. Of course, all my information's from stupid movies. I robot I believe they talked about this with Will Smith. It's like, and I'm going to get this wrong for sure, but I'm taking a guess anyways. So for that it's that they can't hurt a human does that one of the first rule K one? The credit goes, right? Yeah. So far. They can't. Oh my God. What is it li- is that one of them and the second law is day should obey human unless it conflicts with the Slaw? So you can't say go murder, my friend. Yes. Oh, interesting. On the third law is a by music straight from artists don't use Spotify. No, I don't know this great. So the third law is to protect themselves for the AI should protect themselves as long as it does not conflict. I who rules. Okay. Got you know, it's like a survival instinct. Yeah. The third law. Wow. Got it. Interesting. Can you imagine? If we all lived by robot rule. By robot rolls. Thanks a lot better. That's really cool. I I'm glad to know that there are rules in place. I still keep coming back to this point about emotion. But it is like the idea of like learning emotion. I think you can learn the external showings of emotion or like what? One emotion looks like what it sounds like what it what it seems to feel like sociopathic, exactly. But you can never really unless you're actually feeling them. But right. You can't truly understand job. But but there's another problem here for a I is a is. So smart like Eva. She can pretend that she's emotion rain. She can pretend she pretended that she is in love with Kayla. Yeah. Let's see wasn't not worked on this. The problem. This is the second. Right. Yeah. And worse apps like we're gonna fall for that stuff. Every time I feel like. Like if somebody's like way smarter than us. They'll totally just Caleb really like when when it's all sort of when he and Nathan are both kind of unveiling their plans to each other at the end before it all goes crazy and Caleb is like putting together the pieces of oh, you found me based on my internet searches. You know, I'm single, you know, I don't have any family. You know that like so it he was sort of a prime target to be swayed by that like, I wonder if it was if it if the Kayla was a Caleb who was in a relationship with someone would it have the same effect. It was kind of a cheating almost he made that argument. I remember in the film, and I was kind of cheating. I mean, you're getting maybe a similar result as you would like you're saying somebody who's in relationship or married or something like that. But it is kind of like, but you really singled like exactly what he wanted needed for his life. Yeah. Deepest one. Yes. And then would as well. Yeah. They would they would shift like the tactic wouldn't be. I'm in love with you. Maybe the tactic would be like which she kind of utilized here. But I'm I'm a victim of abuse. I'm like, I am what's being done to me is wrong. You have the ability to like fix this. You're a good, man. You're a good person. You can correct this wrong. But I'm very curious like how she would adjust based on who her who her rat is well, hopefully eggs mocking to I'll come on. Come. It's the same. Exact now now his to Asia's and it's a freaky Friday situation. Okay. We're gonna take a quick break. And we'll be right back. Over. Here we go back to nationw- outsiders. Okay. So so getting back to the movie for just a second the dancing robot seen? I just wanted to say that I researched dancing robots because how can I not Google dancing robots, and I suggest you guys do the same. If you have not because you'll come across the main thing, which is Boston dynamics, you know, about these off course Noah Boston robotics company now anything robots. So there's this company, Boston dynamics out breath pulling up right now, the one the one that should come up. Yeah. Yeah. That one. It's it's to Bruno Mars song and does dance moves. And it's extrordinary. Wow. Yeah. On there's one movie does wait. Let it play. Brett. It's this one. Oh, my God credible. That's incredible. That's incredible. Well, so there is another another one. That's the the dog wants to open the door open the door. Yeah. I was going to mention now and that opened the door and holds the door for another robot. Oh, my God is a crazy show. So I always show this this movie in my class. Right. Love it. Look, this one doesn't have to open the door. So it calls his friend. Right. And this one has a something. Is Terry hold the door with leg. Punt or I mean, that's so scary. That reminds me of the and drastic bark communicating with each other. Is very scary. Yes. Very scary thing about mortality is like her Asia's perception mortality like. You know with humans. Our perception of it is sad. It's like it's a it's a loss. And it's a is. We're all scared of it. Or I am. But but shoot she her mortality to her like, this her whole thing is he's gonna kill me like she's sort of utilizing the human fear, and they're the human feelings around death. Like her feelings. I are primal sounds like a crazy word to use because she's not an animal in any way. But but it's much more. Primal is just is just. Continuing on. It's like the third law. You were talking about is that bad to die. Like, she doesn't. You know, it's interesting. It's like mechanical I need to keep going. Yeah. I don't know. All right. Yes. They're going doing in the world, by the way. Right. That was a really funny prospect of like, okay now, she's in the world, she's free. She's an acute outfit. She's diet. You love that drinks. You're going to be acute barista as you're gonna make. I don't know. You know, whatever she does. She could do it. Really? Well, we need we need a I in bakeries because it's so precise. The pies would be amazing. Yeah. You know? I want vegan chocolate cake that tastes the same. Eva can do it you better believe that. Okay. So speaking of something a little bit silly. There's something called tensor flow that Google put together. Do you guys know about this now? Tiny. No, boy, tell me what you know about tensor flow. So that tensor for is a framework by Google, this is actually the most popular one to implement artificial neural networks play. You can't do many different mathematical operations in that. But it is particularly very popular for artificial neural networks different types of so you put a bunch of data into it. It can help you analyze it and search for specific things and build and neural network based on the data that we provide to it. Okay. So so well, there's a concept called machine learning. So a machine learning is a topic is a very important on topic. In a I may be the most important on topic. So in machine learning, we let we retry to design undeveloped a program that can learn from data that can let computer learn from experience or land from data. We doubt being explicitly program. So we don't right. So in classic programming. You write some chords to you. Tell your algorithm. What to do exactly? So you're court can include some kind of if else conditioned check this condition, and based on an calculate something for some calculate your tap. I don't attacks tax report something like that. That'd be good. But in machine learning, we don't do that in machine and Ingrid, right? Some quotes that can just learn from the Gotcha. And then we provide it with a lot of data whatever they want. Okay. And it will learn from data by time to find the best solution to solve that. You don't have to manage it as much exactly like it can extend this. Yeah. So for example, let me give you an example in healthcare. We have a medical image. There is a tumor own in in that image on we want to detect if it's a cancerous tumor or a benign tumor so in classic metal. You can define some thresholds from human understand. Ding size of that. I don't I puff that location of the many different things and check those parameters using some if ELS conditions, and if it's mitt some specific conditions that we think are the best conditions that the best thrills. We detect that this is a cancerous tumor, but in other words in other hand in machine learning, we don't do that. We just write a coat that can learn and then provide like one thousand images off benign tumor on one thousand images of malignant tumor and let it work on them unlearn and find a pattern of that. And then the machine will be able to distinguish between these two NOAA human couldn't exact potentially this. Well, the the result the rules can be completely meaningless for us. But it is data driven. It means that it's Dr based on data. So that is why in many cases, it's as much more accurate because it will be the it is supported by data to support it. But what happened in the past for previous patients why into Comey more accurate? So artificial neural network is Pacific type of machine learning, which is these riches inspired by function on the of human brain. Gotcha. We exactly we want to mimic, human, brain neuron. And then connect them to make neural networks wiring between them defines the functionality of this network. Okay. Ten as a framework to implement. Well. I think Nicole unknown. Mary, and I are all about this stuff. I mean. Yeah. I'm I'm loving hearing about it. Yes. Same. And I think an an equally important example of of how tensor flow can be used was done by a man named Adam hurt. Do you know what Adam her did? I think I've heard of his name. Yeah. You've heard of his name where you're trying to make a pun joke. Right there. I don't I'm not no pun intended. So Adam heard decided to insert all of the scripts of friends, he put in all of the scripts and then now financially asked for a new script based on all of this data, and so ten flow made one. And of course, it's a disaster is completely all over the place. And so I thought it would be fun. We have such an incredible actress here. Oh my goodness. Thank you. So I have a paper in front of you, Maryland, turn it over. And so here we have a blank piece of paper. Magician? Machine could be smarter than me. Okay. So here we have a piece of the script. I'll read the scene directions. And who is speaking. And if you would marry I'd love for you to read for everyone. Okay. Oh my gosh. Yes. This is your dream. This is my dream fantastic. Can really show my versatility? So we'll have some sort of music here for the front. I don't know. What music they have to insert him between scenes, but we'll put that. And then so here we go Adam herds, tensor flow, Google script for a new friend seen. So here's the scene. I'm just going to read this verbatim seen Monica and Rachel's they're running outside. Monica. I'm ran off Rachel, I know Rachel to Monica. Wow. You still have to get married. I ducked to work. Monica. Hey Ross come here making. Phoebe? No, I would like to propose to my kid. They all stand in bed them is upset time lapse Joey seriously, give me a clown on the table. That's all. Monica whispering. She's in London. There you go. Funny. Thank you so much. Much for reading it. That is hilarious. I saw something similar of now. I can't remember who posted it. But they did the same thing where they put in like a made a or somebody watch hours and hours of or some sort of ten maybe tend to flow. Watch hours and hours of standup footage, and then generated its own stand up set it is so funny while I would have to look it up. It's so funny, but it's a similar ideas. Like, oh, the you can know all the data you canot. But there's still like basic story structure is not on which is an emotional. Understanding story structure is absolutely. That's very funny. I don't think the whole script is online in case, you're searching for that. I think it's just like these little parts was like images. So I wrote out part of it. But but anyways, I also wanted to mention how Nathan in the film is a functioning alcoholic. Yeah. He's drinking the entire film. He randomly gets very very drunk. Yeah. And so I have a little list of of people in history. Who were also functioning alcoholics do you guys know of any functioning alcoholics you'd like to maybe Ventura guests? Miss functioning alcoholics scientists sure Einstein Einstein not on my list. I don't think he was funny and now and probably a two shoes. Yeah. Yeah. That Albert is very healthy mo-, you'll look up to any drugs. Remember? Yeah. Many either tissues all go through the list. I have I have certain little stories and stuff. So so Vincent Van Gogh was a famous drunk, Stephen King. I think through the seventies and eighties was he had like very drunk, and I said he wrote coup gel. Blackout drawn. Right. Exactly. Like, he couldn't remember all. And it was just a great story. Areas accessible. Ernest hemingway? Drunk Orson Welles his appetite for food and booed booze was legendary apparently he'd eat. His supper added dressing table, which included normally to stakes to baked potatoes on entire pineapple a triple pistachio ice cream and a lotta scotch. Pineapple. Very straight word. I just apple. Just so much food. True. It's really a lot. And so sweet, I don't know. I thought that was ridiculous. Former president Richard Nixon was drunk throughout his presidency. I didn't know and finally to relate back to the film. Jackson Pollock was drunk almost every day and night of his adult life in some chair show. Winston Churchill, so I I didn't put him on the list because from what I found out. He was drinking a lot, but he kind of maintained like a buzz because he was raised on it or something. So he would have wine with meals, and and dream, you know, be drinking hard alcohol during the day. But there's like very rare instances where he was very drunk. Functioning drunk is like completely drunk but able to be in the world yet like as and and. Yeah, the, but it's a little bit different. It's like it's still kind of dependency. I guess, but yeah, I can't imagine. I'm not much of a drinker. So I can't imagine just even drinking every day seems like the buzz is just a too much for me. Okay. So briefly I wanted to talk about the the turing test. Alan turing nineteen fifty made this test. And then supposedly in one thousand nine hundred sixty six Joseph Watson bomb. I'm probably saying that wrong made Elisa which beat the test. And then Kenneth Colby created Perry in nineteen seventy-two arrives, quote Elisa with attitude, which also beat the test. And so I don't know I was just up surprised to find out that for so long that we've been able to create robots that that beat the tests, and essentially the test is kind of what happens in X mock, you know, somebody is they don't see that's the difference. They don't see. The robot? They don't see the person in. Yeah. Through texts where they ask questions and get respond, right? Right. And if they're able to tell which one's the robot, which one's a human. So I kind of I don't know. I just wanted to ask you if we are just beyond the turing test. If that's like an easily beatable thing on technically. No. So the thing is that in nineteen fifty when Alan turing published this paper, he I asked Ken computer thing. So this was the main question, and then he argued that. Okay. This is very difficult to understand if a computer can to figure out if a computer is really can think or not. So let's do a he proposed a simpler test. So he he said, okay. If if you come in interact with a computer, and it computer can mimic human perfectly really good act, exactly like a human that. You cannot understand. You are interacting with a computer. Then the test is passed. So this was the idea to find how smart computerize? But taken equally all of those examples that you mentioned there there there specific. So for example, Elisa. They tricked people. But. To the tutoring. Test it's not a perfect test. It s still cannot show if the computer is really has has a real consciousness or not is it does it have a self awareness or not or just pretend to be human. Okay. So for example, this Elisa one that you mentioned the trick was that the computer pretended to be an aside kala gised or something and this way when it comes to indicate it with people it tried to return back their question to themselves of okay. Like change the question that they asked and return it back because they claimed that guy made I'm psychologist. I want to see what you think of a cheat move something like that. Yeah. Yeah. So or that on the last one, I think I forgot the name, but the computor pretended that it was a thirteen year old Ukrainian boy something here to written. And and and of course, it couldn't speak English correctly. That's why is thirty three of the audience that. Okay. He's he's right. This support thirty north OB. I feel bad for this. Yeah. Yeah. So that is the fact, but. S again. Tune tests is is Israel good test. But it's not perfect. We are still don't know if computor can pass it it really has consciousness or not. Yeah. What what do you guys? Like, what would you ask the computer knowing today? I, you know, what would you ask to test its consciousness, and this is a really difficult. This is a difficult really cannot figure out if the computer has self awareness or pretends, right? I would athletes. The honestly the first question that came to my mind, and I'm sorry. It's crude. On the person would be like, what does a fart feel like? Okay. Because you know, she can describe to me like, oh, it's a release of pressure. But no on also. I was gonna say, yeah. If I ask a human, and they say, it's a release of exactly. Machines used or talking to a robot that has no feelings, but something something maybe. But I mean, she could probably learn and describe it in a way that works with human semantics could could figure out I'm sure a way to make that sound natural. With warning us that it's crude. Mensur really crude. Okay. I'm very prim. No, I was just preparing myself for the worst. When you said group rate at our podcast. So whatever you want. Do you have something MO if I can still I it? Sure deepen. But I bought consciousness. I I was wondering if we well if you had a smart I like that. And if you ask her do you have consciousness are yourself. Do you have self awareness? And I'm this is a good question for her to answer. Yeah. Right. Yeah. That's not bad. Let's see what she says about herself. Because she well. I mean, what is the definition of self awareness what? But the thing is that this these well at least a wash he had access. He was again, they had revenge so trained based on past data. So it was a search engine company. So yeah, that company natives company they have everyday time the planet provided all of those datas of search queries, everything collected from cell phones. Whatever blue book exactly they provided all of those data to this computer to train. Eva, Eva alone. She has knowledge of everything everybody else in the planet. Right. That is. That that is why I'm telling this is doable. This is really to Abon. Yeah. See there are companies that have access to this. Right. Speaking of. So to me, it was pretty obvious that blue book was like a combination of Facebook and Google Google right on the head there hit it on the head. So there was kind of a cool Easter egg in the movie that people once again on read it picked up. Thank you, read it. So there's code at one point Caleb is entering code when he's like trying to fix the system like unlock the doors for ADA. And so this code is like actual code. And so people actually ran the code and it came out to. An ISP n number which was the number for a book, and that book was called embodiment and the inner life by Murray Shanahan who is a professor of cognitive robotics. And wasn't advisor on the film. Oh my God. So pretty cool. Pretty cool move, man. So I mean, I have other stuff here guys. I know we're kind of like running low on time. I mean, I had more stuff on Elon Musk. I was gonna ask you if he's like a fear monger about hey, I or few agree that or humanity. But I I agree with him. I all again as I mentioned, I'm up to mystic, but I understand his concert. Should we? She got will this is reasonable to have kind of control on this doctors. Goshen. Exact yes, there should be regulations in place. I agree. Okay. I'll tell him you said so and lot. But works downstairs. I also found out that Oscar Isaac grew up in Miami. Which is where I'm from. I thought that was fantastic that he was in a Scott end. I'm a musician. So I found that fascinating. I like Scott music for green day his band one point. He was credible over the dream his whole life. I guess. And then there was a the Utah data center because this at the beginning there on that helicopter. And he says like, oh, we've been over his estate for two hours as if he owned this like a gigantic. So I was like what's the biggest? I don't know state or that we have. And so I came across this is this an US. Yes. So I don't know if it's the biggest. But I think that one was not in use in the movie, you're right. It was Norway. Yes. Norway. So it just gorgeous out there gorgeous. It really is. So like that good luck. Yeah. They had like as the act breaks. I think it was like these gorgeous shos of of nature, which really I don't know. It seemed like he spent like equal time robotic stuff and just this beautiful landscape. Israeli smart move, so good. So the NSA has this Utah data center, which was a one point five billion dollars to build and its precise mission is classified. And it's aliens one point it's one point five million square feet. And it's the site. That's linked to prism know prison prison prison now first of all has a terrible logo. So for such a expansive of corporation or or mission or whatever they really need to find a graphic designer in my opinion atrocious. Look it up, but it was started in two thousand seven and its existence was revealed six years later by Edward Snowden, which he he leaked classified documents. And it was like all that stuff that that. Were spying on everybody? Basically. It was like really just scary terrifying. And and it related to the movie that you know, it's it's him for taking heat. He says at one point like I took everything from all the cellphone networks, but they couldn't out me because they'd be outing themselves. Right. All that information. It's like kind of exactly what the NSA is doing. They're like not telling anybody about in somebody has to flee and leak. So look pictures of that Utah data center because it seems. Spooky overlord. Jerry haunted. Their ghosts us off. But, but yeah, I mean, I think that's pretty much it. We we have a usually plugs section if you guys, you know, have something should people take your class you've reserve shadow program. We can come LA learn about neural networks in love if you can come. Okay, great. That'll be great doing anything now for the most. That would be amazing. That is. So is is it a what kind of an open door thing where people can or I mean, you'd have to sign up. I assume but what you have to be a student a student to sign up. The are all teach a seminar courses. Mainly I have two courses introduction today. The science advanced data science are very popular courses. So they are more than one hundred students in my class. K and I'm developing some new course says deep learning choline. This is what you need. How can we can? Of course. My pleasure. Yeah. So people should take those courses if they're going to Cal State, of course, of course, opponent. Mary. Yeah. I am performing all the time at upright citizens brigade here in Los Angeles with several different teams. I'm there every weekend pretty much. So you can look me up and our find me on Twitter, and I always post about shows there at M Holland eighty five and then otherwise, I would say, oh, you can check out all episodes of the show. I did for NBC called shrink are now streaming on Hulu, so go treat yourself to a little bit of that. If you want to and keep watching television. Please. They will. I think it helps help us focus on something else. Early fan. What's actually happening? Yeah. Nice. Nice little distraction. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Well, thank you guys so much. I had a ton of fun. And let's do this again tomorrow. Oh, great. Yes. Same time. All right. Bye. Thank you for having us. Of course, fun. As Hines is hosted and produced by me, Ethan Edinburgh. Our social media producers are Kate Baker and EJ Guillot and the executor in test producer is Brett Kushner, you can follow us on Instagram at bad signs show or write us an Email if you wish to do so bad science at seeker dot com. 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I hope it's not me although on last week. Show I did find out I was going to die horribly. Welcome to Comedy Bang Bang for another week. Scott Ackerman here. We have a very exciting show coming up a little later. We have a government worker Oh. That's wonderful I mean we're all fascinated with what people are doing in the government. These days we also have an activist and community organizer. This is a very packed show, but before we turn to. The world around us. Let me turn to the world within the business of show, which is where our first three guests hail from. They have probably a lot of things in common, but I can only think of one well. They are human beings. Okay, so that's to. They're human beings. They live on earth. Okay, that's three other than that. I don't know of anything that they have in common aside from the fact that they all star in a new show which was. was made for comedy central, and can be found on the comedy central APP, the comedy, central website and Youtube. The show is called Robbie and I have three of the stars of this show including one of the stars who is the titular Robbie himself and probably created the show even though I didn't look at the credits. We'll find that out with that. That probably will be my first question. Please welcome to the show Rory Scoville. SA- shears a MEDA and Mary Holland. Welcome to the show now. I know I said my first question was going to be about whether you created the show, but I decided that's boring, agreed agreed, so let's leave that to be a mystery. Maybe Father Dowling Lincoln. Investigate that. What else do you have in common? Do you think can? Can we find anything else that you guys have in Common The hair the hair, okay. I guess that comes hand in hand with being human beings, so maybe it's a subset of now there are definitely some humans who do not have hair, those the truth and yet people with. ALOPICIA, you're correct. Yes, we're all wearing clothes right now. All right, I'll take it. I'm always in class really so you? Oh. You never take those off or you never take never generally close. CARTOON CHARACTER La One outfit. Taken out. I was speaking to my I, was speaking my father yesterday, and he was telling me that his grandmother growing up in South Carolina the these, so they're long underwear onto their bodies, not sewing literally onto their bodies, but the they used to like so themselves into their long underwear come. o- often Tober or November and then take them off in like April and. You had to stay in your long underwear. Imagine that smell. Yeah, and I said well I. Hope They I hope they remember put like a flap in the back. NOPE, just. Hope right into the pants. Yeah, Poopie, and that's where poopie pants comes from, but I think that's when you see old westerns and you see like people taking baths in their long underwear I believe that's the. That's the case. They didn't have buttons. They didn't have zippers. And that's why they walk that way down. They're. Spread out because they they're itchy and there's poop in there. There's a lot of poops. Spooky pants are filled up. Footing because they got foote's at the bottom footholds holds walking around in their own poop all the time. So do we think that's the extent of what you have in common I mean our wait a minute. Are you all in the same decade of age? Yes, is it not is not good to talk about that? Are You all? Eighty, you're all in your thorough. Growing up in the eighties, growing up in the eighties almost forty really way. When do you turn forty? August early August early years to do it. You know what I mean. Yeah, this one. I can really throw that you know you always picture. What will it be like? When I crossed the halfway point of my existence, you know, Rory, do you truly feel you're going to? To die at eight years old, or do you just think that's you know normally? A forty forty year old is over considered over the hill because the life expectancy is about forty I. Don't want to last till eighty. I do not want to be around. I think so I think the at some point. You just got to get out of the way and make room. Really Really I just WANNA get out. I just would rather just get out of the way. Just be like you know. I had fun. When someone else breathe this air well but I feel like that. There are some eighty year olds who you would. You would be shocked to know that they're eighty. They're very. Bright people. People I would say based on how I feel physically now i. don't know that I'll fall into that category later. You may not want to turn forty one with the way you feel Matt. Rory, let's let's talk about the show and I want to. I want to ask you about this. You are, of course the titular robby and Robbie is the tale of A. Young thirty nine year old about to turn forty in August. We were so we just wanted to mirror my who I was right? I'm not a good actor guys. I have to play rory. In this I cannot constantly drop references to be thirty nine or else. I have no grounding in reality. I'm but but I watched a couple of episodes last night. You are a gentleman. True Gentleman in the show. If I may say so, who was a basketball? Who then ask well, why don't you describe it because you lived through it Scott? That's what people say when they lie about watching a couple of episodes. Test Me. Come on! I mean. Anything about who plays Robbie. Yeah. He's a bit of a Moron who gets through. We WanNa tell the story of. Kinda start with the story of this guy who finds out that he is a a parent at this point in his life when he hasn't done any these done little to no work on growing up and really becoming an adult in this world, and then he sort of forced to. An, old flame comes back into his life. Eva and she reveals to him. They have a ten year old. Kid and his dream was to coach the highschool basketball team and he has to find out the the day that he's GonNa. Go to interview is when he's told that he has this. Kid Sincere. You play the non titular. Did, you ever think like what if this show was called Eva and you just like stolen out from underneath rory, that would be cool I kept trying to suggest it, but no one would listen. They're like we already planned. This printed the chairs like the Elliott who chairs I'll just so eva across the name. Jesus is the only reason we didn't change it. Yeah. We're going to edit the title card if you would have said something before we printed the chairs. We would have changed I'm how how how did you get involved this year? You you play the mother of Ru- The tischler Robbie's child Caleb. How did you get involved? Did you know rory beforehand? Have you worked together? Yeah, LE- through stand up and and. and. We improvise in the room and dispel very natural. And what did you do for the audition with? Did you do like sixteen bars of a song or A dance. Experien- Monologue I had to like build something with legos. Like a psychological test or something I'm not really sure but Yeah, we do the ringer. They really wanted to buddy. WHO I would like. It noted we didn't time anyone on the LEGO building. We gave everyone just they had the chance to make with. They're gonNA. Make ever they won anything you want. Show us who you are. Show us what's inside that head and share was the only one smart enough to take a full two weeks to build something. Good everyone else just. After, we them stay there. She was the last person digit. We had no choice. Everyone else left. Was it was it a challenge playing a devious duplicitous woman who hides the fact that father? Has A son for ten full years a full decade. I would imagine it's. It's hard to get inside the mind of a craven character like that. Craving, but what what I like about this show? And I built. My favorite shows are ones that have characters. that. Aren't perfect and I feel like most of these characters have some sort of shadiness to them, and like that's a shitty thing to do to somebody you know you I I like that. I like playing characters like that I, like seeing someone who has the ability to be now that great, wonderful and Mary speaking not that Great Hell. Not your talent your talent. Let me finish. Let Me Finish Mary. Speaking of not. Great. You, you're the character. Okay I'll kiss. Wasn't sure that was going but you. Know, the character running ally lie, yeah! I'm just so ct through. Mary the character that plays insane I. I can't remember the name. Do you remember the name of your character? I do? Her name is Janey? Dany and your see you play the titular Robbie's. Girlfriend. In a sense. which seems like a title forcibly thrust upon Robbie in a way. He's sort of sheepishly admits that you are his girlfriend although he doesn't seem to want to have that much to do with you now. But can you blame? Challenge playing someone completely off their rocker I'm unfortunately no, it really came very easily, and in fact I felt so at home in Jamie's brain that it worried me a little bit at. Certain points Mary you're you're also from the south a? As I recall is from South Carolina your from. Where did I get the newspaper from? You got the newspaper from Virginia Virginia. Okay okay. Now I was in North Order North Carolina border, okay I was in. North Carolina once for a friend's a Bachelor Party, and we took a trip up to Virginia. Was it where the Andy? Griffith town is where the mayberry where maybe was was based. I don't think it's called me Berry. I can't remember it's probably. Necessary. Some around there and then I saw a local paper and a and who's faced I see right there on it, but Mary Hollands face. Can you believe? Can you believe it Nice? Had I got to save this for her? Now I kept it in my house for a F- over a calendar year saying I to give this to marry at a certain point. And then it is certain point I think. I moved in I alerted I, found it I was I alerted you to it I, said Hey Mary. I've been saving this newspaper unbeknownst to you by the way I've been saving this newspaper for you, so you can have a copy of it for over a year. And you said I already have that. Yeah. I was like fuck you so mad, so was just junk in my house. I was just keeping guest. Yes. That's right. I so appreciate you hanging onto that. It was a very, but that's just a glimpse inside pathology. Why was I like a hoarding this newspaper article about you? It's very. It's very like grandfatherly. It really was got something of my granddaughter. I show her so guys. How can one partake of this show first of all? How many episodes how can one see? It I I saw it personally. If you want to hear my hero's journey, yes, I. Looked it up on my apple. TV I said Find Robbie, and it immediately came up on the comedy central APP and I'll be darned if I didn't just watch two episodes of their last night and I'm not lying about that fact, but how can anyone actually watch this show I think probably my guess is the most convenient way to watch it as probably on comedy central's youtube page. But it is. The, most, the most convenient way would be if you came over to people's houses active. Three years, a merry band of travelers I. We're the Robbie's. Named Robby. Robby. Sorry guys much like the ramones. You've got to change your last name to Robbie's the Robbie's. Our, I should note that our. DP for this show was so incredible. Carl Hurst, it's such an amazing job and that is he part of the hearst family the Patty? Hearst and I know he's not bad. No, he's not too bad. And so. He might have invited you to go swimming that hearst castle bag because he could live in a castle literally He made this show. Look so beautiful and I think the only way to truly get to see it. The way in which he shot it in all its glory I think is on demand. I think if you watch it through youtube, there's something with like maybe the pixelated or something. What I've noticed when I've looked at it, boy. We're really getting deep into the pixelated. Okay, it's still great, but this was a comedy on comedy central. That meant a lot to us to shoot to look very good to make it look like it was a movie because I don't think comedy's need to sort of. Of take a back seat to drama in terms of it, actually looking good. I think comedy supposed to also exist in sort of the same reality. You think drama should not be in the front seat with comedy in the backseat. Should they share the seat so like one naked both sit in the middle way too close to the driver in an unsafe way man when we can do that, remember when you. Remember when you used to be able to ride around in the back of a pickup truck as a kid and no one ever and drive on the freeway like that I can't. slowly. that. Oh my Gosh! I wrote on the top of a car, I, wrote on the roof. In like a reclining chair strapped to the top of the car. And her way to school there was no room in the van and so they they threw me up top and just like. Grapes. or Yes exactly, that's exactly what it was. Did any bugs fly right into your face? Yeah, we're. Were they consider it flying around your face. They saw me up. I mean like bugs I. We all think that they're dumb. Church nobody bugs. They're just like. Dumb. They go to the grocery store. They take their kids to. The grocery store might be human beings blood. Sure, No? It wasn't night. It was I was car surfing with some friends. It was very dangerous, but but that's one time I did right outside of a car teen Wolf. You're doing teen Wolf. That's cool yeah. I would love to see a teen Wolf reboot with the Robbie's. Who who would play Michael J. Fox. Who wants it I I want to call it gets it as far as I'm concerned, I'd like to be styles. Okay, Michael J.. Fox is still available. Share you got it now. Of course, that's GONNA come with about five hours and makeup. Most days onset Zada, right. I don't think so. I think I mean I can naturally grow hair very. Oh! took. Right now, because all grew my, but they like Oh. It takes our. Literally popped out of your, but it hurts every time. Two Times have changed since O on the show. I'M NOT GONNA ask to see your, but that's a that's A. Twenty share is covered in hair. You couldn't you? Couldn't if you WANNA, see them I couldn't. Even. If wanted to, you can say it's so Harry your Sol Dude your Sol. It's got so much hair much sol well. The the show is Robbie. And how many episodes is it I'll take I answer anyone answering. Eight episodes eight episodes and they're approximately. I would say twenty two minutes apiece Oh. You're probably investing two hours and forty five minutes of your life into this although I watched it on the comedy central, which had commercials, so I would take that over three, but who does not have three hours to. WHO, doesn't. But here's the thing if you watch it. You've got to tell one hundred thousand people because we. Say That because we put lot of. Time and effort and energy into trying make some kind of comedy entertainment that people could enjoy, and maybe relate to, and it now has no advertising money, so it really is one hundred percent based in word of mouth sort of a grassroots campaign, you people. W. O. M. B. Wom we're auto. Bit Readers spelling words. What's going to worm right now? We're AWAM show. It's a total womb. Show it. into to. Kill Yeah so you tell a hundred thousand people who watches it till one hundred thousand. How many people do how many people do you know I know? Approximately one hundred and seventy-six thousands probably going to tell them that would be great. Thank Scott I. Don't I. Don't really know I I maybe talked to ten people. So you're intestine okay. So. Hopefully we'll average out. Everyone with one hundred thousand apiece. Robbie is is out there right now. You can see it on the comedy. Central website comedy central App Youtube apparently the Pixel Ization. Is Not as good on Youtube. I quite frankly I zoned out during all that. We need to take a break. That's okay when we come back. This is exciting. We're going to have a government worker. We're going to have an activist we're. GonNa have a community organizer. Wow, this is a packed show I. Hope you're ready for this strap yourselves in. This is going to be a Batman the ride type of this show. We will be right back with more comedy. 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You interested in the government, the structure of of people that rule over us that make laws that tell us what we have to do I. Think! We have to be, don't we? Yeah very much Sam. Very, much so okay well, we have somebody who works for the government who actually receives a paycheck for her work. Please, welcome to the show Francis, stork. Hey, how's it going? Doing doing great. Thanks for having me What do you do? What do you do for the government? Well I'm a navy seal. I've been a navy seal for fifteen years. Fifteen years so this is two thousand four, or so did you? Did you get that? Some bin Laden Job Yeah I. was there were there is air. Were you working or were you just were a spectator I was at? My buddies are doing it is there? So you're hanging out. There like you can't have. Too many people going in, so I'll hang. Outside is just hanging out. Were you originally supposed to be on the job? Or where you re supposed to go in on my God to be given the choice, it's such a late moment in the game. Now is wild they. Know they they had like pick people to go. and. I wasn't really cagey on this point. Were you hired? Were you part of SEAL team six? Yes, deal team six is me. I'm seal team six. Yes, I was on I was on well I worked with. I was your Jason to seal team six. I am a navy seal I seal team six. There's also seal team seven. They're sealed sure. Which one were you in? I'm seal team twenty five. It was their white. We all have the same house is like the real world. Like the real world, Seattle where you lived here. Things start getting real today. We get lime disease like Irene. Who Yeah. You were watching then. We have a TV, and also I see by also I'm CIA Spice Oh. You tell us that. Oh, I can I can because. I can night. It's not true that all spies have to be secret. Some spies can be like I'm a spy and it doesn't keep them from spine. They're just saying I'M A spy. So what? What type of things do you spy on? Your identity is a spy would would can be revealed I mean everything you forget it like you like. What are you spying on now? Forget it. Forget it all of it. Forget it. Is that your catchphrase as a spy? I didn't realize spies had catchphrases forget it. But you know I decided. To stop spying and ceiling. Down I I live currently in Tallahassee. And I was getting an award down down here For I killed a shark that was nearby. IT! Was it a shark that was terrorising the neighborhood there or was it just yeah, anyone who kills a shark there. It was, it was a nuisance. It was a it was a situation with the Shar so I I went in there. As a navy seal, I dove in and kill the shark with my bare hands. Strangle Oh. SPRINKLE is fixing. That's hard to do under the water because they can breed under there. But how do you even get your arms all the way around what what sizes the shark? Great, White. You were able to strangle the. Bare hands with bare hands. You didn't have any wire or anything like that you. Didn't. Didn't I didn't even really tell where the neck is. Agree I. don't even know how to picture. This shark is just a neck. While unless think of it like that detail. On telling Ya mechanism. Usually when you see like a Charlie Tuna Guy, he needs to have a tie and collar in order for you to know you can hit. He wasn't wearing an outfit I'll say. How did you get hired for that job as a spy? How did anyone know that was your think this is the seal part of the? Do. They think you were an actual seal. Because sometimes seals kill sharks, dolphins especially who are the police of the? Dolphins can Schulkin dolphins team up again? Sharks and they they can look. You're talking to one of the guys who wrote Shark Tale so I of course, know these things. Know. I lived in a in a down water. Research Facility for nine months down water water down water down water. That's a term is out of water up water. Yeah, so technically all of us right now up water. just a term that marine biologist marine. Biologists Marine biologist so I guess my point was. Did they think you were an actual seal that they were hiring to kill the shark, or and they were surprised when you were a human being I guess I should say like nobody actually like hired me. I I sort of took it upon myself. I noticed this big shark in the water. You're in the water and you saw the big shark where you went down to the water to find the big shark a little bit of both. And the and so but I figured you know hey. Why not? A Great White Hey. Why not kill it by not kill? Kill Nature! Did you find out about the shark terrorising the neighborhood? After the fact after you killed it or was that? Was it premeditated in the sense of like oh I need to take care of this nuisance little bit, both I'm now thinking like Tallahassee I think is inland and so just now thinking that. You live there. I wasn't gonNA say anything because I thought I might be mistaken about that. I know but I don't like. Look down at Tallahassee from above for like I. Don't know you're not a helicopter pilot. Life is. Alex You Then you can. You are looking down to Tallahassee right now. I'm not in my cup to right now. I'm up water, but I'm not. Air Up Land I see! So I'm not like looking down at a map of. Florida right now, but I can't say I can say as a doctor that I, too. I am a doctor. I'm a biologist. Oh, you're an Obgyn as well obgyn. Marie and some people are like hey, same dif-. All slimy down there. Tella Neha, so so you? You've retired at this point. Not Retired I'm just taking some time off. I'm never retire any position. I ever have I. Hold it forever I'm just taking a little time off. I also had to because My leg got I got bit off. I got bit off. You got it up. The leg I was with alligator. And the alligator bit my leg off at the hip. And I had. I had to wrestle it from the alligator's jaws. And then they had to reattach it. I had to go to the hospital to they had they elected to you? Ask them to, and they decided they. By law they had to I gave them an ultimatum. You reattached my leg. Or. I'm upset. This shark loose in here. Oh Okay so you back to the hospital. Yeah, you're with your with an alligator. Shark I was exactly yeah, he get it and so. Basically you get? It is going to be your new catchphrase. You get it. So, but the thing about my leg is got a lot of muscle. Because I'm I. DO shop put. Up put her on the weekends shopping on the weekends and I can can't beefy legs. Bad boys out. What do you say, yeah? I can't find him right now, but I'll. You can also send you a million. Wait a minute. We can't find him. What do you mean by that, I? You know I'll email. You does not have legs speaking of legs to be your new catchphrase I can also dead lift three thousand pounds of Jesus wait. Were they unsuccessful and reattaching the leg, and your other leg got cut off. Is that what you mean when you say you can't find them right now? Okay, I went to the hospital I said look either you reattached by like I'm GonNa shut. This arc loose in here. there are like we can't reattach lags. That has never worked and I like watch this and so I grabbed a needle and thread. I put my legs back on, but why reattached backwards? Oh. And they work in everything, but I did it. Constantly, anytime you're you have to walk. You can't see where you're going. That's right and I'm also a cyclist I'm a competitive cyclist so it. Has Proven very difficult, but mirrors to seize mirrors. Is there some sort of a scandal with biking competitively and mirrors the? No I'm not. I'm never involved in scandals because I I don't I look. I'm I'm a really good person. I'm very honorable. I'M A navy SEAL CIA spy I'm a mayor I'M A. Biologist. You didn't say your mayor where mayor with town Oh yeah, It's probably. You can I guess. You are stalling for time. What is happening right now? You're you. Are you lying? Are You, are you? Are you lying about everything? I got nowhere. You're the mayor that's gotTa be the most fun town. Really. Where are you the mayor? And say within one second ready. Where are you? The mayor go Washington DC. That's so crazy. Here in the capital. That's right and forgot that I. Didn't I didn't forget I. JUST WANNA share. Do Live there. You live in Tallahassee! Job From A. Place Zoom Oh. Do the voters? No, you're not there. They don't need to know everything. Over. I did it over to I. I just sent out an invite and I made it so that there's no password so that people could join, and that made it easier for everybody, and then also you know. Share my screen and you get change the background. We know this, but I'm a minimum of Computer Wiz and you can change the background on your zoom call, so I put i. I put the words Washington DC behind be oh we. It just to us, it's so close up. It just looks like wash which I thought was maybe a reminder for yourself to take bath in your long underwear something. Reminder to wash, no, no, no, because you know as a doctor, I've seen I've seen what happens. Oh, like what? What's the most interesting thing that's ever happened to you as a doctor? You must have seen so many cases as a marine biologist and an. Phyllis in. Let let us wait no longer to hear these fascinating tales. You know what I are you hungry? So I mean. You know I'm not a chef but I. am a chef. Boy. I mean I cook I cook I'm good at cooking. I'm pretty good. Especially, okay yeah professionally. You're your chef. You own your own restaurant. Yeah Yep slow bit about. Yeah, you ever hear. That's on under the sea. Yeah I wrote that wrote what you wrote that I was under the person that that Alan Menken and Howard Ashman wrote that, but you. You're saying that you you know you off the top of your head Scott. You know who wrote that well sure. They wrote, of course a not only the little mermaid, but little shop of horrors and Their famous composers and In, one of them's no longer with us. Of course in that's and that's your. That's you your pseudonym knee. We ought. To you. Don't be surprised that we're talking to you. You're being interviewed yeah. Yeah. I. Mean It's Great Music. You're a great writer. Thank you I. Love Music. I Love Music I play a piano backwards and forwards. With your legs back? That's the only way to reach the pedals. and. I just, WanNa like. The pedals behind you somehow. That's a complicated. It's just. It is a complicated piano. It is a complicated piano, but you know sometimes i. can my legs I got a okay not to Brag. I have a very strong core. Izzo is actually not that hard for me to turn and be facing in the direction of of relax when I breathe. You know you can twist yourself around so that you're facing the same way that your legs are facing. Yeah, I'm a contortionist was a contortionist. Circus as yeah. Ha Ha. Yeah search so lay I. Did that Probably Ninety Ten ninety ten? What do you mean when you say ninety ten? Like ninety or two thousand, do you mean from nineteen ninety to two thousand and ten. You're there for ninety days in the year two thousand ten? That's right. The seems like an impossible CV for someone to have I mean a navy seal. CONTORTIONIST marine biologist obgyn. Chef with. Their own restaurant. I mean this just doesn't seem plausible plus the fact that mayor Riyadh's. Austrian Washington D. C. But the thing that's tipping me off. The most is just the pauses that she's taking after every question. She's been through a lot. He's been through alive. Yazdi like I just proud of her because she's bringing a glass ceiling in so many different fields. She's handicapped. She's really inspiration to I. Guess so I guess I should just songwriter yeah. Yeah, I mean that was the I mean? I didn't even remember that it with the pseudonym of of. Alan Menken. Incredible. I have to ask Francis. I was under the impression that you were lying about a bunch of your details I mean it seems impossible to be our. is any of this true? That's one of those positives you're talking about. Yeah, now now now that I mentioned it. You're hearing them right. I'm noticing them now. Show now the pointed. I'm not true. It's all true every I. I what would I gain by line nothing? So. WHY WOULD I lie? I came on here to tell the truth, and that's what I'm doing, ok, well, look if if you say you're telling the truth, I have no reason to doubt you anymore. I just wanted to. Thank you I'm telling you? Every day. Don't don't look it up I think about it all right I I will do. You. Can you answer one question without pausing for longer than half a second? You got IT I. Won't whatever question you have I'll answer it immediately. What you have for breakfast today Ted talk. Very a habit. What did you say? You said Ted Talk. Os and I thought well. That's ten. Shed tacos. Yes. My breakfast is Ted talks because I guess what I'm always hungry for more information talk, OHS yeah. We'll look. We have to take a break. We do boy. That's the quickest. You answered anything. On, the most passionate heard. All right look, we're GONNA. We're gonNA take a break. When we come back, we'll have both an activist and a community organizer. This is very exciting we're. We're learning a lot about the world around us on this show, we'll be right back more comedy Bang Bang after this. War. Parker is committed to providing exceptional vision, Care Online, and in stores, offering eyeglasses, sunglasses, eye, exams and Lenses Worby, Parker glasses start at ninety five dollars, and that includes prescription lenses. 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But we do have to get to our next guests if that's all right and. they are an activist and community organizer. Please welcome to the show, Chester, dumfries and tyler whistle let's. Where were you, were you? Simulating fireworks are guns. I can't quite tell no, the poppers you know. The poppers is a little like white things you throw on the ground and then they go. What is you know? Everyone's confused is what I had my pockets the whole time, but you didn't. You didn't even know I got excited. Because I thought I was going to be Jalapeno, poppers and I said those are my kind of fireworks. Fireworks come out the other end if you know what that's. The Way we're sponsored by Chili's I wanted to mention. Jalapeno poppers that will make you shit fire. Over two chilis. Francis given name. You got it. Guys, you. You don't know each other you do know each other, but chester urine activist in Tyler. You're a community organizer Yeah. Yes, and Tyler we should say. How old are you I'm twelve years old and very proud of it. I'm a proud proud to be a kid, and I feel like it's time for people to recognize kids more and kids rights. You Know Lake adults are really taken over and just like screwing things up, so I think it's high time for people pay attention to kids, and that's why been given all my friends in all of the neighborhoods, fireworks and firecrackers because there's a difference. blow in the moth every night. 'cause we needed someone to look at us for once for once in our lives in yours. Okay, now wait a minute. Wow, you're the person who's been organizing all every single night I'm awakened by these loud fireworks going off. Yeah, you're welcome and you've been in charge of this. I have organized. It I'm trying to do it from the Ground Dab I've just kind of been like telling US usually not wear the fireworks. Go the ground unless they're. The ground. The ground and I can say that's also true. That would be terrifying if fireworks came down from the heavens at us. Oh Man, I think it's lightning, well, lightning, yeah! Yeah Yeah Yeah Okay now Chester, what does it you do well I am an activist. newly appointed activists Congratu noticed, thank you. I noticed that culturally were really going through something in this country right now where people are either pro mask or anti mask, and I think we as individuals have to make a decision on which team we want to be on, and if you guys know anything about me, and you absolutely do not I've never met any of you but I like to add a little tickle to my decision. Making of what what sort of. What does this mean? Systems I get involved with? So I'm anti I'm anti mask, but. But not the kind. You Think I. Mask I want? First off Halloween. Gone! Eliminates. Halloween. Clear how it candy how I supposed to talk to strangers. Yes there some sort of situation where the government is going to supply candy to the kids now we don't know no one knows what October will look like but I know one thing is that I say no masks, so if you live in this world and right now you're saying no mask will what I'm saying maybe mask, but come October I'm saying no mask and those people will be saying mask. Truly an October surprise. You are saying that you want people to wear masks currently, but then you want Halloween to be eliminated, and no one wears masks on Halloween I. Want Halloween Masks now. Oh, because, and here's my thinking more the Matt More Mass Halloween Masks. Now you might be able to scare the virus away. Has Anyone even considered that? I Have, Oh okay Francis has I believe you i. that's the one thing so. Oh, you're listening to our earlier segment. Chester well I was just out in the hallway, and I had my ear up again. My Europe against the door with a cup. Like this is that we're doing this show. We're doing the show on zoo. Why were you outside your door? Seems like the situation for you to be in. Just felt it'd be respectful if I left my own computer room to stand outside the door with a glass. Nothing not the most considering guest. Who's ever been on the show okay. Chester I have a question. Yes have you may be thought of all the kids who are going to be scared of all the people in scary mass. 'cause like that seems inconsiderate. They're allowed people, Tyler. Do you find Halloween to be a frightening holiday? Kind of Now. You've you have turned white as a ghost? And that's now Halloween. No no sorry, sorry sorry. No No, no, I'm saying I'm saying that you. The blood rushed out of your head and you turned a little. Weight or even frightened by that quo, no medical just anything anything. Yeah! Blood is that what's scary? Do you just said blood? Okay blood is bad too okay. I thought I did see ghost if that helps I thought seem. What are you sure as you'd help? Are you sure you weren't just watching three men and a baby, and it was just a cutout in the window. Are you sure that you young understand that? You have awareness. Awareness that it existed before. Twelve years. I don't understand. I just didn't like I'm too young a classic movie. It's one of mine and Scott. Spirits because he and I I was asked to come onto the show, because he and I were on a reddit thread about that's right. Yeah, yeah, in fact I. The original plan for this episode was I was GonNa. Share my screen, and we're GONNA do a rewatch of three into baby, but unfortunately I guess it wouldn't be a rewatch with you. Tyler would just be a watch. Yeah, for the very percent. If you spot the ghost. Visit Goes Alan Watch it. So you're. Are you a coward? Tyler or you just frightened of everything. Okay? Wow, it was a really harsh. Label I was a really aggressive label. So you're frightened by a lot of things, Yeah, can I throw out a few throughout a few hypotheticals of things that you might be frightened by sure? Okay? Say there was a you looked into the corner of your house and you have corners in your house, right? Got Him. You're not in a circular house. Thank you Francis, yes. You're not in a circular house like that. Hollywood hills you have kyw am a circular house, but I will sit this one out. Okay, Chester, do you live in the capital records building your? Where do you live? I said I was sitting this out so all right I'll be over here in the eye area side of the room. I'll be over here on this area of the space. That's not a defined area I would really rather. You left and put that glass back up to your ear if that was okay. But Tyler say say you. Were you spied in the corner of your room, a little tiny mouse? Okay, that's my. That's minor reaction Gross, but it's not like scary, okay? Just what if it's dead? But still moving as dead an moving a ghost, a ghost mouth? You're not frightened. By okay now you're slightly more frightened. Okay, so this is a ghost mall. You're in the sliding scale. It seems like a mouse is out of one. reanimated mouses at a two ghosts was at a ten, so let's try to find in there. What about like you look into the corner of your room and you see a man that you've never seen before. Holding Gardening shears that are dripping with blood. Francis you didn't like that. Tyler. You seem like that's like maybe a less than. We have a lot of people working at the house, so they. Could have been like. Someone my mom hired and I. See them when they first came, and that blood is roses as it could be rose. It's like when you go. See a theater production in the you know stagey. Where suddenly like Red Confetti comes out. The Red Fabric Yeah. Have you seen him butterfly? As well I have I love it. I was I was that I was you were and butterfly you saw? Every day for a couple years every day for a couple of years around seven hundred performances, amazing nuts, so okay, so tyler, what if you were in your room and you looked into the corner? And you saw. A man with a scarred face. With knives, replacing his fingers so ten knives. Like, like Freddy Kruger Light at first reading. Jason's off. You were have your ear up against the glass by the way Chester. Rushed back in I rushed. Knives for fingers because I said that sounds like plagiarism. It's an off brand Freddie Krueger. It's like those video. Really understand who the WHO Freddie Krueger is okay, so this might be more frightening or less frightening. I can't quite tell so. It's a man with knives instead of fingers and he's holding a gun with those knives in San and. His name is Fred Kroger Fred Kroger. Yes, and he says by the way high little boy. My name is Fred Kroger. How. What is that I guess? Yeah, that would be very scary. Is it on a scale from live mouse to ghost where we. Like a six six. Okay, yeah, I think really issue is just like things that are are gone from this realm. Know things that are like. A hair normal or just things that I didn't Tars Centaurs are so scary it. Thank you, Centaurs! UNICORNS would ain't. Point getting strong reaction. Yeah, what about demons? Okay, what about angels? You don't like like the angels in the outfield movie is. Early understand. I don't. That movie is. Work with fireworks is because they are of this earth, although they do ascend to the heavens. Yeah, it's kind of like. Punching the heavens is like. Keep everything up there don't bring Your Business Down here. Okay, we're. Earth and you're not you. Stay the heck up there. Are you frightened? Though that you might shoot a firework up and it might crack the barrier between the heavens in this earth and. Angels would would be let loose upon this world. Oh my gosh, never used about that whole my way if he's already happened Huytler I told so I. It's supposed to happen tonight I told everybody in every city to. Their fireworks at ten PM tonight and I what if it happens tonight? And all the angels come down in the attack. You GotTa call everyone. You gotTA stop this. That's the rapture last year. It's a wrap on the rapture. Chester. Me What do you think when you hear a young boy like tyler here and by all accounts? He is a a young boy. What do you think when you hear a young boy? Poke holes in your plans much like people poke holes in sheets in order to portray dose on Halloween. Idea that sorry to make a terrifying analogy. I don't think there's any holes poked in my theory at all. I think if you want to scare this virus away then now's the time for Halloween masks in on the night of Halloween. You know I haven't thought best. I haven't thought past now. I'm very everyone very Malcolm. Glad well I'm very yeah, other people like him. Everyone might be so sick of wearing their Halloween costumes at that point that they might actually take the night off. It would be a regular night for them. You know, say always that would be fun. If on Halloween that's when we just dressed in our normal clothes, and you know because I find that are normal. Clothes are sort of the real masks that were wearing in society. Yeah, so. So, you would prefer everyone wear Halloween costumes every day other than Halloween, and then we wear our normal well, think about it. Whatever kind of costume you're gonNA wear for Halloween. I mean that is more exposure to who you are creatively than the clothes you wear normally on an everyday. I mean what you've chosen to be at. Halloween says maybe in your fantasies. You've always wanted to be that. They often say that. Your Halloween costume betrays sort of what you want to be in in life. What you wish you could be, so you know like you know a slutty angel for instance. Does that scare you by the way as an angel? To. SLUT shamed angels by the way. Angels can do whatever they want. Their and they want to hook up with God or whomever. Hooking up with? Create more angels 'cause there's yeah. Yeah. Those are the consequences of unprotected anal sex. Maybe, that's where demons come from. You know. Yeah was shooting clouds. Kids can be a lot. You know what I mean. Yeah, I mean humans, Chester you have a family I don't have. A family I have a lot of friends who say kids are. Are you shooting clouds yourself or what's what's Nash Very Personal Scott That's very personal. Do you mean take a gun outside and fire it at clouds? What do you know what I mean is when you Jackie late? Does your penis just just wisps of air? Come Out? Okay, because I was way off with my shooting a gun at at clouds thing I see fire exit clad. Rene? Anymore. You seem to have forgotten. You're not doing that anymore because he was. Doing I'm not doing. I'm so proud of the work that we've done bland terrified that we could potentially do cracking. I've never ejaculated I've never. Chester. I'm so sorry you should. It's fun Oh. You don't have to apologize I. We could talk you through it right now. You don't want to know no. I have no interest whatsoever. Never once, even been slightly a aware. Possibly be fun about that. Have you ever have you ever had I'm assuming you have a a a a working penis working man's penis? No, I don't I'm not employees. Working title. Or is it untitled at this point? It's untitled entitled Chesterton Freeze, project. Gesture Akis tips on how to not. ejaculate because I've been doing a lot of that lately. Just because by Embiid told, it's normal but I don't. It doesn't feel normal, and it happens a lot when I'm not even trying to do anything. What are your secrets? Chester to kind of keep what's going on down there eleven call I like to call it avoiding myself. You know so your social distancing from your from your penis. That's exactly right and a powerful discipline hard to stay sick. Speed away. If you're lucky six feet away if you know what I mean. I'm too young, understand. To Understand I would be wildly uncomfortable. What you're describing you're right. It's only one foot away for me, it's. The honestly truly still that would be so wildly uncomfortable. You're not playing pickup basketball in that. You're not able to do that. You can't just go out and run around a track. No one's asking you to play tennis. If you're working with the city in a photo finish if you have if you have a twelve inch penis in a photo finish, you're GONNA win by a nose. They should change it to you. He won by Dick. If you just burst through the ribbon with it I mean that would be amazing. Well although you've you've never had an erection, though I'm taking it I've never had one and I never will, and that's the promise. I make myself I can't run when hard. Too much, it's also it's so conflicting, you know. Like why the want to run. Are you running towards something or away from something, which either way is not a good thing, you either way. It's not a good time to run. A Pool rules. Please walking only. And don't eat thirty minutes. please. Don't pee in it. In it. But not to shame anyone who's into that I had anyone who's paying in a tyler I think we should stay away from the subject matter of your your sexual awakening. But I'm very. Very special time in young boys, life and I'm welcome to the rest of your life. Is I guess I'll I'll have to say about that. Hey, man, thanks very excited. It does feel like I'm coming into my own and you know This is a big year for me. Yeah, what do what do you mean by by that exactly other than your sexual awakening? Do you have plans I'm GONNA turn thirteen. O Congratulations, so you're gonNA. Turn Thirteen to you of anything planned. I, mean obviously yeah. I've been thinking about one of those like dry birthdays or people just like to drive their car past me, and then I can like high five them and kiss them on the cheek, or the Mao and that's. Out of their car and I can give them a really big hike or Get in their car for a little bit seems like you're lessening the impact of of a drive by thing I mean if you were high fiving their side mirror. Maybe that would be okay, but I mean if you're actually telling the side mirrors not a hand. It's Maritz. We WanNA hand of the car. Is it not although you know watching that cars movie? The front passenger door are really the hands of the car is me was frigging terrify because they are all talking, they shouldn't. They shouldn't be. It's. Works in the real world, and no, thank you, plus at a certain point. One of them gets inside a truck. Basically having sex with that truck by entering it from behind I could not even imagine drawing that conclusion seeing that film wow. Well Dad is talent right there just. Even think of that. You don't think thoughts like that. That's why you've never had an erection. Check it by the way. Do you have respite? Screw you know all good, still good. Okay, so you're not still pure still here. Still Still Pierre still perfect is. It's a religious thing with you. Chester I don't know I don't know about religion I don't know what that is. You don't know what it is. It's don't know what it is. It's well remember those angels. We were talking about that. You seem to know what they were and the demon. You seem to be very familiar with those. Oh I. Know! I had watched. I had watched. You sound like Francis at this point. Why Francis Lee now I know it for instance is going through. I add a nickel. A nickel. I've only got dimes, quarters and pennies, okay. Get Francis a nickel. Where would we even talking about? What were you trying to think of religion? Okay, what it is, you say what angels and devils were. It's a belief I've heard of them. It's a belief in a higher power I've seen enough guns and roses music videos to draw my own. Enough Dan. Brown I've read Dan Brown religiously, but I do know the turned religiously. And yet you don't know what religion is. That's exactly right. That's true. Well if I were to tell you that there was a a man or a woman I mean these days could be anything up there in the sky. And Taylor. I'm sorry, You may want to earmuffs at this point because this is going to terrify you but say. Say there was a giant man or woman up in the sky with a big long white beard, and that is Canon if regardless of whether it's a man or a woman the beard as. Say that they're on a on a golden throne. And looking down, and and and that is a higher being. That's created to saw and judges us on our actions. What what would you say to that? Chester Oh. Chester, have you mind swapped? I'll tell you. You know what what's that was such a long question to that I feel so bad because that. was just on. The media listening to pixels Asian. I I just couldn't get over golden throne, and how that just you know. What that must be. Like. It's to have that while teaching so much humility to mattress. But what was? What do you think about that? Concept Chester. Oh i. I don't know that I get it. I don't. Think. You have trouble listening to anything that's over fifteen seconds and that that's really going to impact the church services for you. Lost me right there at the end of seventeen seconds. Okay. Sorry I'll try to keep everything down to a nice fifty. Here on. Well guys look, we're running out of time. We just have time for one final feature on the show, and that's a little something called plugs. ooh, that is one of the shortest plugs themes we've had in a long time. Thank you so much I. Really being respectful of mine and my guest time that was plug me on day by Father Gregory and I. Believe saying can I finish much like a Dana carvey. Impression of George W Bush. No. No George H W Bush. Per Oh, it wasn't Ross. Right? Rodney was Ross Perot. Resper anti-gang Danner Sand Tyler. Ross Perot was similar to Fred Kroger. Oh Can we. How far back do we need to go? Do we need to explain? Saturday night live? Do we need to explain? What that is. So, but that's around right now. Not Knowing it. Did I. Go to bed pretty early. Okay I understand. Do you know who Eddie Murphy is? What's to what what's early liquids? What time is early? Okay right. Tim. Hardaway I go straight to bed sound asleep. A nice respectful, little boy who is breaking the law, of course, because fireworks are against the law. A both man's law and God's law because they're going. Into this. create fissures between the barriers of Heaven and earth so yeah. Now, no, no, we're GONNA. Call it off Francis. Call it off and we're GONNA. Be Okay. That's right. I'll take care of Tyler. What are you WANNA plug here? Obviously, you're thirteenth. Birthday may thirteenth birthday. Please drive by my house where I can kiss you on the mouth and high five, you may be been liquor, hand, or something and There's a comedian that I love names, years Mehta, and you can follow her at this year. Truth on all social media and it. Doesn't you know 'cause Cova happening? No one's going anywhere so nothing happening I. have nothing else to do, but follower also. I've been watching his great show called Robbie. That's good. You should watch that and. Ehlers a podcast. All best friends that you should listen to and and have have have fun. Fun with your. Life Look, even if you don't do all those other things just have fun. And Chester Humphries. What are you plug in here? You know I I WANNA say. Harlequin from suicide squad. That's unmask. Go by that mask. Harley Quinn Harley Quinn yes right. Is that right? Yeah, her real name is Quintal my inability to read that name makes me wonder if I ever truly understood any of these Dan. Brown bibles which I consider them bibles, whatever that is. If you say it slowly enough, it takes longer than fifteen second, so I can understand you knock quite right. Know exactly what it is sorry. I may have lapsed fifteen at that point I? Don't know what you said there at the end. But I also think that that show. Robbie I was able to sit down not that long ago and really breeze through it and really. Enjoyed it I, think. Did you watch in fifteen second chunks? I watched it in increments of fifteen seconds and I will tell you. The jokes still land the land. But I say that and then also. This one comedian who I have such a difficult time getting behind. In, the world of social media because. When I follow someone on twitter or Instagram, and they say they're a comedian and they post anything outside the world of comedy. They are lying to me. I stick to comedy. Stinky's who comedy I follow this one guy. Ray SCOVILL and I've learned that. Oh, his random barrage of styles of posting means. He just doesn't totally understand what branding truly is, he doesn't have. And Mark Assumes being himself as a sort of brand. Yeah, okay. And Francis Stork. What are you plugging here? Checkout medicine. Check out the ocean. What about account sharks food? Stay away from where you're a chef. Shit, you want people to stay away from your food now. My food is good, but food other. From it check Washington. DC You got it. check out Robbie on Youtube or is the comedy central? by great news. You don't have to apply to watch it. Oh, so the application process is is relative done for you. Thanks for your in your approved. You're in. Check out. Mary Hall Holland. Just the concept of Mary Holland Okay Yeah and check out also on Youtube to star wars, kids and checkout Jedi temple challenge. It's really fun. Okay, all right. I WANNA plug. You can still watch the comedy Bang Bang Television series all episodes over there on Netflix some on Pluto TV from what I'm told, although I have not received any sort of confirmation, regarding that also watch the between two ferns movie on Netflix. Okay, that'll be it for me. Let's close up the bag. With the see when you WANNA go. And then you? no-brainer! IAGO. Bag! Rebel. Kim. Ra guys first of all. Tyler wiffle. Great to meet a young man like yourself, I congratulations on your thirteenth birthday. That's upcoming. and. I'm sorry that you're such a coward and. So so afraid of everything. What about your own shadow are you afraid of that? Oh. That's an. Leave me alone. It won't leave me alone. It's always. I Don, I never looked behind me because it's just. It's I know it's going to be there. And I, I can't I can't. Stand it well, looking behind herself is not a problem for Francis Stork because her legs on backwards Francis. Stink you for adding a Heo much like. Co host should but thank you so much for being here and please come back and tell us about your many exploits another time Tutut as my pleasure to maintain a late Tutut. That is a late entry into your catchphrase visions. I think to toot as Memphis Kansas breeze. You can't just steal just Fred Kroger stealing catchphrases. Bad to do that's me. I'll be back. Look for me and this guy. See The sky. Okay, we'll tyler to know yeah tyler. Looking for Francis up in the sky and Chester I wa I. WanNa. Thank you so much for being here as well. Good luck with your Halloween plan and the I personally would love it. I mean not enough. People are wearing masks out there right now. Just regular masks, so if I were to look out there and see a bunch of spider-man's and and. Fred Kroger's I think that would be an amazing way to walk around town I I'm sorry i. Lost me right after you said love the idea, so. For that look everything after that was insignificant, we'll just leave it there all right. We'll see you next time. Thanks bye.

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33. Human Chess (w/ Mary Holland)

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33. Human Chess (w/ Mary Holland)

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Barbecue sauce high gave I lab is look at us now here we had any morning, I'm missing Saturday morning cartoons. I skipped cartoon. So I can hang out with you. My closest to cartoon friends. Welcome to raise TV here. We are baby. We're so excited because today we have what if my dearest friends on the show so excited introduce lap gives to our guest who's one of my dearest friends live here. Here's pretty sure she's my dear friend, she mentioned being my dear friend earlier. Oh, she doesn't have to mention it with me because it's obvious. Oh, excuse me. You guys have matching tee shirts with your last names on it. She's a wild horse. Oh shit from veep. Blunt talk Silicon Valley. I mean, the list goes on and on Mike and David wedding dates. I mean, I really could animals. Oh, she's krecko the creek. Okay. Hold on. Tommy stretch for time. Mary Holland is here. She's a wild one by. I thought we had a different guest. I thought we had my dear friend who is an actual dear. So. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Mary, and I are not friends and now, okay. Abras? Oh, yeah. I know. Who? Hi guy. Here. I wish this was the whole episode. That's how I don't know the answer to this question. How much TV do you watch a week? Like, do you watch a lot of TV? I do. I do. Yeah. Every day. Yeah. That's good. That's right answer from you out of this right now, if you didn't gosh, I yes, I do do do you like break it down by like hours a week or what I'm never even asked. This question thinking about you. I was like, I don't even know like how much TV you. Normally we spent a week in the guest house leading up to episode, and we just sort of casually observe. The corner and log on your stop arches. Us going full. Scientists would be really. No she ever again. That's your real fame. Yeah. Survivor. We should we should start with. What was your what was your TV relationship growing up where you a little TV kid? I wanted to be. But our TV time was regulated. With the regulator. So I know Scott's dad threw his TV in the crowd. He finally got his son to do exactly what he wants his career out. Great. Yeah. Wait. So you have a brother and sister. I have a brother and sister older brother older sister. Drain. I'm the baby. I remember I think we got to watch like maybe an hour or two hours every night or not enough. I will say it is it is plenty. But you're right. It's not me while hearing an hour. I'm like an hour hour. Two hours two hours is like fair if you're in school like I don't know how much more time. But I I was like, okay. So I got home at three or forty five. And then it was like until nine it was it was shut off the TV it's time for dinner. Shut off the TV. It's time. Do you homework? So it's time to go to bed like just constantly run back into Donny. Watching infomercials. Just don't engage family that we don't get along. Yes, I feel like I got to watch like an hour after school, but then pretty much until like, this is my memory. I could be wrong about this. But until dinner after dinner, we do homework and then went to bed. I remember like we there. We had a weekly day where we'd watch the Simpsons which was really a family. Yeah. Well, me and my brother sister. I don't parents stand behind the TV with their. I think my dad, I think my mama's wasn't really interesting. Yeah. I'm hates when they have sex on the Simpsons. Don't show her read it. Looking at that. Like Simpson's porn people draw is the most. Dark, but yeah, I don't like when there's brother and support or children. I love watching home or just tear margin half. You know, that's. Never lowest. Oh, daddy. Whatever. Like, they she'd be like oh home. You know? Rollover. The idea of two yellow cartoons having sex in the dark is a little much for your crosses the line. Well, I say all the worst. I this is interesting, though, the television. So I grew up. Kind of in the in the woods like our? Oh, you are actual while the. The woods. Like way far back from any other houses, we're we're surrounded by woods. And my dad had installed. These giant satellite dishes, two of them that we're I wish I had a picture of them because they were they were like like what you would see like at like six contact sixty diameter Mike two of them. And they were on like on your hill group in a cult compound. Branch Davidians in the woods. We had satellites barb wire fence junkyard dog. I didn't know channels. I didn't know channels like channel the, you know, three channel fortune. It was like okay G seven channel fifty five. Is that Nickelodeon and f for channel three? Code like, how did you take you? My battle. The most I can't totally remember, but you would like plug. It sounds like you were like the grid. It would move. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It was. And that's how I saw. I like Cinemax stuff. Oh could adjusted. Seven fifteen they were like invested in television like to like in install those Janica. I don't I can't explain it to giant dishes on the roof of our house are for one hour. That yet television was not a huge part of my grown-up. But but but until I became like eleven or something, and then I I like, my parents stopped making me go to bed at a certain time on the weekends. And so I would I would like stay up. And I would like I watched animal house over and over again. I remember, well, that's not TV. I guess it's still works. Also. I'd love to say say, you're like did you grow up watching on TV? You're like no not really was super limited until I was eleven. Oh, you were completely grownup by eleven as. Sorta super regulated my house until I was eleven which is an adult in the woods. God. I can't even I feel like because I hear you Loren talk about all the television that you watch. And she's now, we're we're not we're not supposed to be. But I never saw in like, I'm not I I like an episode of you know, fucking what is it for family manner? Day by the Bally's watch a lot of full house. Yes. Full how. I watched killer. Jack rabbits Trump do. No, I don't. Little string. Home on the rain. Start your horse. Kanto? The cowboys. Say. Get me get to break. Oh. Man, eating Jack rabbits. I love that show. And you know, it must have been shot. The smallest state actually in the wild west. And brad. In my head like as a kid. I was like, wow, they're like on real pictured them shooting range grand. Find some of that and see how bad it looked dad. On your dad, really get that expense. Stiller's ex wife divorce. Oh, my look at divorce. I thought so did I was so hot tad. Ted. Ted, Brad, and buddy. Little boy, the depth of this is not the four zero five is visible. No. This is good your, sir. The only thing that would be more, by the way, buddy, buddy. Dresses, exactly like. Wait. And I usually start by reacting on this is all their lines are being delivered away from camera. Yes. Repeat give me a break. Right guy, picking piece. Yeah. Kindergart- picking pillow. That's a that's a wall. When you were child. You were a child. Fox soon. Better fuck or something there happened? No wonder why I'm a terrible actor grill watching this thinking, this is what TV is they're all fourteen. Of course. Equal. Yes. And now what was her name? Br Brad Brinda. No, Brad, Brad, Oates affects muscle development. There's no. Is melody. Those wonderful. There. Shorts looking badminton racquets. Can I just say there's no laughs? So that's what's so bizarre. It's like PBS. There's no jokes either. I thought it was or is it like western knowledge almost feel like it was like an arm mational type thing. What's funny? No. It's supposed to be funny because you're supposed to there's two episodes. I remember where there's we talked about it. And she's the one I think snare drum where they accidentally they hypnotize one of the guys that every time they say snare, John he goes. The guy falls in the water. And then there's trough there's also a part of the where they do a cook off, and they add Coca-Cola to regular sugar to make it Brown sugar, and they make cake tastes terrible. And I remember that being so funny when I was a kid. He didn't need. Heared? I watched snick to think, and what else do I remember in that you and your siblings fight over what you would watch. Or did you kind of all agree on the same thing? Did you even have a say is the most I don't think I ever had a say I was sort of along for the ride. When you're little though. Yes. What's the what are the cool older kids to want? Yeah. I was so jealous of all my friends who had older siblings. I was the oldest. And I just wanted like a cool older brother like introduce me to merely teach them everything. My brother. Absolutely. Disrespected me. You guys know about this band. They're like fuck you loser. Well. They were like cooler than immediately teach me about green day Dookie smoke to sugar kissed a girl. Yeah. My brother, I remember my brother introduced me to MTV like I like I remember watching like a nine inch nails music video being. Oh, I would love it. If you're the I mean, I hear your brother shows little sister is fuck you. Listened to that song that is so disturbing fifth grade or something, and I was like that's music kid one time we were hanging out after hours at the ice skating rink. There was hot after. Made out with my girlfriend Danielle? Never got. In seen a woman. Let's reboot it with you. And I and I play the police. Played a cave. The valley. And someone was playing just someone at a Jeep came driving in super fast. And it was just the end of that song where it's like. Like where it's like the chimes, and it was V most horrify I was like fourteen fifteen making out but old enough to be making out. But also young enough that I was like we should get out of here. Out of the end of a song just sounded so on. That's me baby. Well. Yeah. So it how far away was your closest neighbor. We maybe a football field. And did you know that football coming out in every direction? Players. Yes. The yet. No, we knew them. But in my my one of my best friends growing up like lived, maybe like a half mile away. But we were like it was like on. We lived on on this like mountainous too strong where to wooded hill, but. Smaller amount. I can't. Fourth lump. And and you go down. And then you go up. This guy. This is like an eight year old describing a movie. And then they. Yes. Like, my parents, definitely I I was encouraged to play outside a lot, and I was left. So I would play outside a lot. I didn't TV was like a little treat that I would get sometimes it's probably better. I think it's the way you should grow up because I mean, I don't feel good like the whole life. I like need a screen on my brain. Feel comfortable tell I feel good. Let's talk about survivor because I. I've seen some episodes. But I want you to kind of educate us on like what why we need to watch it. It's good started watching it when you were young, right? Yes. I started my show's been on forever. Yes. Since the two thousand my God it's been on for eighteen year. Yes. And they two seasons of year. So you to them. Oh my God. Well can't. Second thirty. Carry the one times the two. Backup in and then she ends up. But. Thirty six seasons of a show the bachelor where it's like you were making it so often. Yes, basically always on. Here's the thing about survivor, and I'm so thank you for asking. Survivor to me. Why is this PowerPoint starting just sit tight if I may? Three point coming out. I didn't know existed. Everyone put these glasses. Three. Everything. It's almost hit a lamp, and I actually knocked it over bullet China. Shop survivor care me. Now survivor is the perfect game. It is human chess. I've said it million times has anyone else. A better. I should've million times truth. Exactly that's way of describing something. Yes. It's so good. Thank you. So the thing about survivor now, what's do people? I think people here survivor, and they're like, oh, what they have to survive on an island for whatever. And it's that is well, right. It'd be fair that is the premise of the show right now is this show the premise of the show is it's kind of a social experiment slash game. Where you you get a group of people together you separate them into. Tribes and these tribes than have to create shelter. They have to like they're given like a store of rice in some provisions like a machete, and like things that will Flint that things that will help survive or any of these people are do they tend to be people who would be really good at this stuff or all cross the naked afraid when they're like, I'm ranked this as -vivor person. And now I want up my rent. Yeah. It's not that at all. It's like truly like, you know, a computer nerd, okay? That's inter- seventy years horrible at this. Yeah. Well, I mean, that's what that's what you think. But that this element the like being in the elements part of it is is a component. But in mind game is the re. Yes, I just read the PowerPoint. Thank you. I point human chess completed mind gate now, are you the only one who's ever said that or is this? I'm pretty I'm pretty much. I'm the only one who said I'm pretty. So yes. So you're giving all these things. But then the the and there's variations every season they do different themes like oh one-season. They did. White collar versus blue collar versus no call. I love that one was brains versus brawn versus beauty like like, they they really millennials rich inex-. Yes, they sometimes do four tribes. Change it up. If we change it up every time in the tribes at the beginning. So like, why didn't you're sweating? And that's my third quarter human chess mind games your sweaty. Whenever we. No, no, no, no. I'm I'm like leading you guys. So so yes, so so let's say we're on a tribe together. I wish. Stop. Laughing. We got the giggles versus the goggles swimmers versus the gaggle all geese. I love it. So we would. So every episode. I mean, this is spread out over two or three days or whatever. But every episode there's an immunity challenge and a reward challenge and then immunities challenge. So reward towns first, so let's say we're on a tribe together. And it we has try we wanna be our strongest best. So you're sort of looking at your tribe mates as like like if I see Gabor's and I'm like, oh, he's really smart. I want to get him out. Eventually are now we need him to like make the tribe strong. So not gonna vote him out just yet. So you do a reward challenge where you get like food or you get like blankets, or whatever it's also a huge morale-booster if you win the reward challenge and then in the in the need because. Exactly morale has been boosted. Video game one round. And these challenges are like obstacle courses. But also sometimes puzzles like it's it's a combination of club and escape head to escape rooms. And you love like puzzle games on your phone like, yes, Queen tricky little thing tricky little things. Big little lies is tricky little plus she's. I was getting closer to seventy at this. That is and this was all within twenty eighteen. Yeah. January somewhat higher this. I'm leaving escaping. I can't escape. Life's the greatest escape room of 'em. All. One more. No for real try. We let's hear more about survivor. Okay. Let's take a quick break. Guys. Remember the days when you're always ready to go. Remember getting a wreck shins in junior high and high school and hating the fact that you have well and then remember being in your mid to late thirties and not able to get an erection and hating the fact that you can't get one life of bitch. Okay. 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That's B L U E C H E W dot com. Promo code TV. To try it free. Blue is the better cheaper faster choice. Where back thank God. Okay. Stop talking. Rewind. So okay. So where did you leave off? Okay. And they watched us. I think you do. Next one is immunity challenge in this is where so so it's the same kind of situation. Obstacle course. Puzzle situation. And then let's say we're on the tribe that loses the immunity challenge. So so so we then that night have to go to tribal council where we vote off one of our tribe mates. So you kind of go like, oh who messed this up? But also, they messed it up, but I might need them. Like, maybe I'll get kickoff. Someone surprising because. Yes. So at the beginning, what's so genius? And why is such a perfect game is at the beginning. It is a team. It's a it's a team game. Like, you're looking to make your team the strongest, but you also have to start playing the longer game because eventually becomes an individual game. You're no longer on track. Individuals like x amount of people left on the three tribes. They small together to. Roughly ten and the game continues in a different capacity. They're still reward challenges still immunity challenges, but but it's all individual immunity challenges even bigger after the ten because then you're like, I can't get voted off. Yes. Yeah. Kissing kissing in the last year or two you rewatch d- all of follow them. Yes. Wasn't that fun watching on my phone while I drive to scape- rooms? I keep wanting to watch reality shows, we're talking about watching the first season of the bachelor, whatever I want to see how the show has evolved. Like, how the people have chance that what type of person was on the show at that time because it was such a different thing. It was a whole new world. I really want to watch the first like five seasons of real world ago. Yes. But did you find that the becomes more intense as it goes on because it's been on for so long people like people there are people who are now on the show who started watching ads children who are like adults. Now that is. So isn't that crazy their fans of the game? So the so so it's no longer like, I think when the first few seasons it was like, whoa. What is this show, and like strategy was sort of on the fly? But now people are so like these are people who love playing the game and love the strategy and the cool. Cool elements might be cool to watch it from the beginning so view or you understand how the game works. Really? Well, like as if you were one of those people exactly the big the big thing that came out of survivor early on was Richard, right? Guy one person excuse me, the one person's name besides that I know from and where do you think Jeff Probst sleeps? Oh, my God pile of fucking money. Luxe hotel on this island, or even he's probably got like a dope cottage, or you know. He's got a he's got a contract, right? Yes. I will say I worked on a show called San. I was the host of a show called Santa's in the barn, which was an insane garbage show. But it was a challenge show called in the bus in the Norwegian property that they bought it made. No sense. They bought a mock you memory, and is in the barn and turned into an actual reality show so weird and in the real in the in the in the original version in the Iceland one or the Norwegian one it's like a mockumentary about how stupid of an idea the show is. And it's really dark and like one of the Santa's kills themselves. They were like this great idea for a children's fucking. And then they hired me as a host for like a children's. It made. No sense. Bet you were on episodes. They had they had a whole like running story about this sitcom about talking dog. That's like doing better than other shows. They give it more of a chance whatever they pick that up not the other stuff, and that really happened is that someone's idea from watching episodes. That's a good thing. That's an another what we do for the show. But the we had a producer who produced the games and he was the survivor game. The whole crew was leaving after we were shooting in Montana for a month. They were leaving after that to Camnbodian for nine months to shoot to back to back seasons of survivor month. Yeah. As like an employee on that show. Yes. They lived accounting. They bring their some of them bring their families, and they're like sleeping mosquito. Nets and stuff like because they all have to have like living situations, and they told me that they shoot two seasons back to back on the same location by literally they say, we shoot one season one hall direction. Whip everything and shoot the other. And they call come up with those weird names. It's like turtle. Exactly. Oh, they never name where they are do know that. Yeah. Do you know that it's like Nicaragua makeup to fake like sort of like, it's like lizard tongue road or whatever. And it's just because literally there at one beach, and they just shoot in two different. They're only shooting in Fiji. They no longer travel like they used to do like, Indonesia, and Vietnam and all these places and now now, I think it's exclusively. I mean, it makes more sense to just be in one place yet. They don't need. Yeah. And it's like, it's still hard to survive totally outside. It'd be like you can be like Malibu and being forced to live on the beach, and it would be hard. If you're not allowed to go into town. It doesn't matter. I just wanna say to my last point strategy. I just want to say one quick really big tragedy stress. Very little. I like it. What's what I think is? So it's so like you find yourself yelling at the TV like like you are invested in this as if you're watching any other game in the strategy element. I think is so fascinating in the human chess part of it is like let's say we're on a tribe together. And there's somebody on the tribe whose like really annoying who gets on. Everybody's nerves who doesn't do anything around camp. Who super you know, like lazy in is not a great teammate. You would think oh, let's get this person off. But actually, I'm thinking I'm thinking the long game. And I'm like I wanna sit next to this person at the final tribal council because no one's going to vote for them. So you create an ally ship where you're like, I'll protect you. You know, because the weakest link your likes, then by the end, obviously, we want you want that weakling in the ten so you're like, obviously, we're voting this, right? Yeah. Usher them along the whole. You're done be so strong mentally to do that. Because I feel like you in other game shows and things like this. You see people like completely break down so quickly or like talk shit about each other really fast, or whatever it's like that's gonna screw you had to that shooting in a hole in a jungle. I know that vibe or part hundred calories a rice, it's just like a natural adjutant to be like exact retired eight. Yeah. Yeah. Such a great. It's like real world road. Rules challenge is super dumbed down version of survivor where it's like instead of like using heat and lack of food to get everyone wound up. They just give everyone like whip cream vodka in a house fucking heist it in squeeze true of the bachelor, right? Like, the like, they get handed drove drying, also the they're going all night like the ceremonies for the roses are usually at like four AM or something and they. Tale party for like, so many they're trying to get them to just be like divall. And then they'll cry when they give off they're so tired. That I love about survivor at it's not. It's not produced like it's like, it's I'm sorry it well. I'm sure but. Eighteen just loosey goosey shooting. That's true. The people like the people there are playing a game, and they have their own like, the the people have such agency over like, what their choice being manipulated by going on dates where it's like, you see that a lot on reality shows, like, even you know, even story reality shows where it's like all right now laugh kiss, and Mary they wanted to go pick fruit. It's it's clearly a shot. It's it's clearly like forced sake. -ment, you know. Yeah, they do all the time on real housewives where it's like those people our shopping together. Yes, why we have to get the ice team lemonade mix. Okay. This is clearly a four story line. Yeah. And so your dream would be to be on that show. No. Oh my God. I think I would I would be voted off immediately. I don't I love the game play. I love watching it. I love like fantasizing about the strategy. But I could never pull it off. I don't think you have to really be like kind of manipulative, and and you'd be great at this left. Just you're looking. I'll care. Fuck are you guys? Take those cubes. I think you would do on the show. Do I would do well with the strategy. But I think I would do very poorly with the physical element. And I think I would lose my mind from not eating enough. Yeah. The social game though is just as crucial as the fiscal game. If if there's somebody. This is what Mary says you show up to the orgy. At this point. Wind fold on. Let's rock and roll boys and girls. Like, I would even say that people who are the social threats are more of a threat than like, the the guy who's like an elite athlete can make people be afraid of me. Yeah. I honestly think you. Honestly, I think I would I think I would do very because everyone would like you for the opportunity. No, I'm saying, no, I'm saying you would make everyone believed to be scared of you the opposite and make everyone to think I'm harmless. Great job this book by its cover. Just the big cute bear smart. Puzzle. Why would you not want to do? I think I think I wear my heart on my sleeve like I think I would get kind of I want to believe that I could be like smart in that way. But I think you could be like easily broke life. People can start fucking with you. Yes. I think I would crumble. Yeah. I would make me feel really bad life the whole exercise. Yeah. I think I would enjoy trying to do. Well, I know that but I'd be pissed if I got kicked off. My level of competitiveness is so insane. Another reason why I think you'd be really great at it. Yeah. You too much. Things. I'm not good at like, I'm like, I have to wait. That's why I didn't like that escape from. We went to because I was like L. Like, it was like not fun. Oh that right. One hundred percent. She's gonna be mad that I'm saying this. But that's exactly how Tiffany is. If she sees that she's not going to be the best that it. She's like games kind of dumb. Peter battleship three times. She's like this game stupid. Fuck. It's just like you asked me to play with. Yeah. I have said I would go to an escape with you. I want to I want to do that so bad. Wait. Let's put a group together. Lifts Mary's dream dream about can we find one in the fuck in southern California area that you haven't done yet. There. There's so many. But I'm like how were there this many over by my hat done it? It's so good. Okay. What? What are the weirdest themed ones that you've done? Oh, I did one. Actually, I was in the slave escape one where the white people pretend. You don't wanna do this? I don't know about this. When if them I actually did one in Michigan in Michigan the last few weeks, and they're going to squeeze in a quick escape to them up wherever I'm glad you did that there is only one company almost did one. When we when they shot. By the way, the most insane thing for producers say guys, I don't think we're going to get to you guys for about eight hours, and we've been there for a couple of months we were like. Like, really? And then they were like, actually, no you we're going to get to you. And then. Ever let you leave in those situations. Like, you know, you don't need me until it's dark. Walk around until stark. Yes, I know. I wish we had done that there. But but the theme of this one in Michigan like a family run business. It was it was really like the theme was man cave is the actually just in their house. It's like hell. Husband movies reclined. Sure. After. With that. The this the premise was that Hank Hank has invited you guys over for the big game. Guys are going to watch the big game in his man cave. But earlier that day he delivered divorce papers to his soon be ex wife, and she was pissed and she came into his man cave and rigged it so that you can watch the game. So you had to figure out like to solve these puzzles that she put around the. Magin woman. This is Cape rooms called Mike Konta wife. Hetero. Normative misogynistic. Like embarrassed like next to the creator of the game like. Run in your like, I'm really looking into like, your this is your you're watching me play it like there's too much pressure in that situation of like performing for them. I feel no because they're not they're not. They're they're sort of watching to give you hints and stuff. But but you're you can just kind of. I mean, we were like really enjoying all the all the hetero normative. Over time. She doesn't let you have buffalo wings anymore. It's somehow got a switch these carriage sticks with buffalo ways. That was a strange one. Oh, the one though that one of the best ones. I think in Los Angeles is by this company called hatch and. And the the escape room was called lab rat, and it the production value is insane. You're you're like you are humans being experimented on by rats. So there's like I mean, there's like it's just so quick. Are you? Yeah. This down before you down. Are bigger. Dude. I wanna ride in a spoonful of Cheerios and milk. I wanna read the b b b baby. Oh shit. Lauren accidentally showing herself just. Fuck. She's running around on top of the microphone. Okay. We want to read the fucking. Yeah. Well, this is probably a weird time to tell you this. But this is we're not recording. This episode raised by this stuff isn't escape. How much? What? You have until this cigarette is totally. But it's really long. It's a long Virginia, slim one, Tim. In honor of Virginia slow. Komi Virginia slim. That's the most flattering thing ever. Thank you. She said it. Thank you the password. You got the caper. 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Seventy six will be available worldwide on Wednesday, November fourteenth preorder now at participating retailers and play the beta games play best on Xbox One. We're back. Oh, man. That was a wonderful at wasn't felt so good. It was. So what are you watching? Now. What is on? He'll be older new whatever you're much. I'm currently rewatching all the office. I love that show. So wow. It's a great show. Yeah. The American office. Yeah. Matt. And I are also watching last chance you the third season that oh on that floor. It's about that like junior college football team, right? Yeah. Oh, I've seen that. I think is it look. Yes, that's a reality show. And it's like a documentary about an actual school where if players are having hard time in college. This is where the football players having a hard time in college and don't make that go to last chance you write their last chance to try to scrap a college and maybe make got wait. Did I talk about this before what I watched the plane day? I was just balling. It's called the work and its documentary about this group therapy session in jail at Folsom prison or something I'm not sure if I'm naming the right person. But there it's all these guys in the prison, and then also people from the outside who need therapy for whatever reason and they're put into a group therapy session together. It's over a few days. And it's like, you people have these crazy breakthroughs and like, it's so emotional. I don't know how to access one of the options on the planes. Yeah. Find it. But really, I'm rain TV playing TV dot com. Ripping through season to glow currently. That rate. Yeah. It's so everyone is good on that show. Everyone is good on that show. I what else are we wa-? Oh, well, I've gotten so into this show. It's called grand designs. It's on Netflix. And it's it's hosted by. This British host named Kevin McCloud. And if they're called presenters used me finish presenting presenting in it's just about it's sort of every episode is it's like shot over so long. But it documents people building their dream home. Ooh. I love stuff like that. Yeah. So like from from breaking I ground to like the finished product in each episode is a whole new product. No, that's good to wait for the. No, no would love this show. Yeah. And also on Netflix, something I just recently went all the way through his extraordinary homes. Did you watch out two presenters did you and I it's really wonderful. It's like an architect and the female presenter is just a fan of nice houses. She's I kind of an actress, and she's she's an actress comedian. She's very charming mostly just like holy. I love this living room, you know, fun because you want someone who's just going react. Yeah. He's like. I got to see the lines of this roof, and he's like on the roof leg just looking good. God the roof lines. And she I love these stairs. It's such a great pairing. And they go to only very weird homes and each episode is like the mountains, and they show you for weird mountain home the island wonderful. What else does a weird show that only has three episodes on Netflix? But it's a British show. And it's called like Mary something secret shopper type secret shopper. She like she watches spelling stores and like watches all they're like camera. Yes, this is like has as they put like secret cameras in there. And then like she comes in, and she's like you've got to fix this. Yes. And they're all like everything's fine. Like new video horrible you treated. His blonde hair. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. See some crazy people on that show. It's good. Feel about the secret. Shopper who how do you feel about the office rewatch enjoyable to rewatch I love it. It's comforting to me. It's amazing. How easily you get adapted to watching hour long dramas that when you go back and watch watching glow like watching office twenty minutes in an hour. You can bang you can get three episodes in. And you're like, oh, this is amazing. I I used to like I love HBO half hours because they're like a full thirty minutes, and like you can watch to episode. It's not a big investment. Yeah. Also, the office is so funny. Like, I truly I'm marvel at Steve Carell is. Nary in that show. He so win any like award. Okay. Picky one. Emmy, right. Emme right. Yeah. To kind of love that he's sort of pivoting in this way 'til like doing a lot of drama. And I think he tackled comedy actor. One. He's nominated one. That's like go up. Never won. Golden globes. He went to Golden Globe for the office. I mean, he should have. Anna sag, what's really, you know, it's a really fun really fun thing to do. And we don't have the time to do it now. But every year he didn't win look at who won. And you just be like this dude has the Carell staying power so much stronger than. Yeah. Whatever one with a lot of things like that Oscars coming picture, whatever so fun to look at what won best picture, and then look at the other movies that came out that year, and you're like ET came out this year. No one's talking about this best picture. Everyone's talking about ET. It's a movie was the best. You know, it's like a really that's a very fun game to see what movies came out the same year. Also, really points out the politics of all that stuff. Right. Right. Yeah. And even like this last year didn't get out win for best screenplay, but not for best picture. And then it was like that was crazy to me. Right. We're all still talking about it. And then what one like shape of water? Right. No. It's. I never saw it. Great movie, but not like not like life changing. But I don't think old white academy members want their lives changed pretty good so far. Yeah. He's been working out. Mary. Thank you so much for coming on and chat with us. This was a delight maybe me and will watch some survivor. Visit that'd be fun. I would do that. We keep coming up with these ideas for more episodes involve us, watching Kennedy five hours of television than doing what if we watched like first and last arriver season, all like how it started and how it ended and then Mary could talk about. I'm dying. Oh, yeah. This season. I'll pick. Pick the look in your eye is so alluring terrifying at the same time good. I'll pick the season. Let's do it married. You have anything you wanna play before we get out of here. Well, checkout us wild horses at Largo in follow us at wild horses show. That's right. Upcoming gauge yourself submerged gets you. Wild horses perspective on Spitzer premium use promo code TV. Hopefully, we'll be back with more we recorded at tons. On. Bridges off on. Leaping. According to most every live show that we've been doing plan to back. So we need to get into this. 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Rekha Shankar, Mary Holland, Jimmy Fowlie

Comedy Bang Bang

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Rekha Shankar, Mary Holland, Jimmy Fowlie

"This episode of Comedy Bang Bang is brought to you by squarespace. Turn your great idea into a reality with squarespace. squarespace makes it easier than ever to launch your passion project. Whether you're showcasing your work or selling products of any kind with beautiful templates and the ability to customize just about anything you you can easily make a beautiful website yourself and if you do get stuck square spaces twenty four seven award. Winning customer support is there to help head over to squarespace DOT COM Slash Bang Bang for a free trial. And when you're ready to launch us the offer Code Bang Bang to save ten percent off your first purchase of a website or domain bank back. uh-huh yeah I watched Colombo. dumbo is to combine Matombo. And now I feel like I wasted my Mako wish. Welcome to Comedy Bang. That is actually not a bad tongue. Twister if I were still in the theater and doing vocal warm ups I would maybe switch over to that. Thank you to send your gravy stains Barf for that catch race. Admission and welcome to the Comedy Bang Bang episode that you're listening losing to maybe first thing in the morning this is the most. I've spoken today after a few half-hearted grunts to my wife now wife as William Shatner said I am now talking in front of an audience of hundreds if not thousands welcome to company Bangor for another episode. This is Scott Curme in your host a little bit later on the show we will have an astronaut. Wow okay going to be talking about outer space. I don't know why they need to clarify outer space like travelling to say. Do you mean outer space. I don't know we'll find out All about that when we talk to her We also have an unemployed person. That's a lot of people who come on. Come on the show. Have Jobs and interesting jobs that we talked to them about. But this person has decided to abstain from employment either by choice or or Either voluntarily or non voluntarily and perhaps some other surprises along the way but Before we get to those two people Oh we're going to turn to the field of entertainment someone who traffic's within that field She is the head writer for college. Humor the Youtube Channel. She is one of the writers of Astronomy Astronomy Club which is premiering this week on Netflix. She's also my buddy from the between two ferns movie. Please welcome Riccar. Hello Hello Wow learn in traff rafael good or poor poor. What an inter- like why? What do I need to get better at possess I any jazz hands? Well I feel like I know that the listener can't see it but it does have an effect on the voice voice. Yeah so nice to. I was going to say meet you. But we've known each other for about a year now. Yes we've met so lovely to re meet you re that every single day every single day I like to meet people say hello to your wife would meet you. It's like being born again a lot of ways. Do you busby you. Who Do you know Jesus as your personal savior and Lord Lord Lord? Okay thank you you know not today Lord over you I feel like someday maybe rake your the head writer. Era Of College Humor A website or a former website now a youtube channel. I I don't know that much about it This is humor. That appeals to college. People you need an MFA in order to understand these jokes for share mostly doctors the big time Dr Crowd as our audience. Big Time people people like professors love us. Are you worried about Medicare for all that suddenly your audience is going to evaporate or at. Yeah we we gotTA start reaching out to like our spelled spelled account you kinda dumb it down over there ecology where it's way too high too many chemistry jokes. I mean I uh-huh tell me about a of course salt yes oh of NC l.. Did you chemistry and where. Where did you go to school? I went to Nyu you went to the New York. Ticky Ed School in New York n Y Stanford New York yes. I was legitimately on a bus to New York. Wants with someone who creepy started asking me questions and I was a friend of yours. There's or not and they were like where do you go to school. Didn't know well enough and it was like what is that. It was like a New York University. Where is that? That's what where is that whereas that and it was like years era killer so this is a gentleman or it certainly. The doctor could be a woman woman. Oh Man but the creep was a mandatory man. Yeah Yeah I've seen that. Yeah what was the age was a May December romance blossoming awesome and. Yeah I would say like if it was December like thirty years before December thirty first. You're like a new your baby near baby. Yeah Yeah Okay. Yeah and hit that absolutely. I didn't actually a story had just read about. was someone had been decapitated on a on a mega besser. Greyhound on best megabucks. I don't know that I know what these great this is like. Double deckers triple deckers. Had big tall they they make tall Paul to people in each for. But you really want that high-rise that corner apartment megabucks isn't ball. Buster like East Coast. Bus companies they go to Virginia Philly. New York are they mega in terms of structurally or are they mega. In terms of the impact that they have upon society. I would say say the impact because they provide affordable led to Richmond Virginia or a Pennsylvania. Is that where you're from either of those places in Philly you're from Philly okay. Yeah yes every once in a while I would hear you pronounce a word and I would say I wonder where she's from Utah discussing usually. It's new the new new. Yeah I don't know if I have a philly accent. Maybe do you have some sort of a thing going on. It's less premium Byzantine. Could it be that it could be that some sorta sometimes it felt like us or feels like a surfer a mixed with Sir a lot of the people that I grew up with here in southern California. Yeah interesting yeah next with an East Coast flare. Yeah I mean that might not only philly back again. Yeah yeah that's what it is. What my vibe is all of that east coast swing? Yeah so you you went to Nyu And did you take chemistry. That's the that's the question I wanted to ask. I I Oh my God. What the fuck cognitive neuroscience of neuro we're are you interested in the field yes is interested in being premed and then I switched film production? We're just just GONNA do pre-med I was actually going ahead. Dr Yeah just kind of dabble in medicine. That's what people like and you call in someone. I'm on passionate about medicine but I'll help you. It's kind of just my side Gig so do you. Do you actually know a little bit about stuff like do you get a lot of your friends wanting to diagnose you diagnose them rather now because I have friends that are actually doctors did complete the program. Okay so you just refer them I refer them I go. Wow thank you so much for coming to me for career had injury I would like to refer to actual practicing doctor and not a comedy writer. So but are you. You've heard the expression physician heal thyself. Are you able to you see things in your own self that you're able to diagnose that You get a jump on people a lot of people. They don't go to a doctor until like three months into a problem. Are you able to. ooh I know what this is. Yeah in a in a huge way in a huge way MOS able to heal myself right. So what are you have. What diseases of God I I had? I've had may legs too strong too strong turning this into a job interview in a positive not gonNA fly lie here. How dare to nine days so tell me about college humor? What do you what what is I know you have this job? Yes and you when we were filming the movie you working around your your your job schedule a little bit but well what is it what do you do aw. I oversee all sketch writing there for our youtube channel. So basically put out a sketch a day or something. We thumb four sketches a week. And we we WANNA three sketches a week sw what happens to the other one garbage. We visited as a big back like we do do a lot of time and try to build up a back this one so yeah we go. Hey We've filmed your thing and we want you to look at it sucks. I mean this as long as I know you watched every single week on us and now now they're they're putting out like this one cut. Yeah yeah we try to create a huge political hierarchy ecology. And we're make people feel bad in small you sit on the floor. You sit on in the lobby you call into this meaner you like college humor. Yeah in a big way Hugely the war and green yeah. Exactly I'm Bonanza Star GALACTICA. Of course Lorne I have no idea okay. So so you you guys film these sketches are you. Are you onset. Wow we like a full-time thing. Then it is actually one might call it a fulltime job. Wow Wow okay and what are your parents. Think about this all right. They don't care they don't know anything you don't tell me I mean. They know that I do something but they have like okay. My still there and Phillies just like gazing at whatever it is you do. I don't think they've seen a single college humor video. My Dad watched earns he. Yeah he was like yeah you finish it okay. And he was like. Hey there's a scene after the credits. He talks to make sure they didn't ignore. They didn't turn off going doc because they don't know any celebrities so they don't they're like they don't know any celebrity could not I was like yeah. It's this Guy Zach Al Aca and they were like how are they twenty exactly. My parents are actually hot young. Wow Yeah it's a May December parent child elderly. They're younger than you. It's actually really nice. Oh that's hot. Yeah it's super hot legal uh-huh so they have no interest in your career in a way in a nice way like they they don't they're not mad about it but they also don't. I don't really care but like I guess you know what you're doing because I studied film production and they had no idea what that was and I became a video editor and the radio with that was host and editor to call you if I ever need namely video of fun videos at home. Yeah and they're fun others but they're so long. Yeah there is out there like twenty four hours as long. This is my new sponsor Nasscom all. This is incredible. You have a wonderful wonderful career. You're in ferns. You play guy of the. We gave everyone a name by the way I didn't. I didn't check with some people about their names. But I from what I understand actors dislike just having a general descript her name on their IMDB because it makes them seem unimportant unimportant yes thumbs thing at work recently and it was like we needed someone to do a one liner as a patron bakery and her raps really. Can she get a damn she got. I've I've had that on Comedy Bang as well and we always try to give them the stupidest hands but I said I said sure your name's Antonia Spaghetti. That's what she's gotTa Take Care. There was one actress who I cannot remember what name I gave her A. I hope she was happy with it. But with you we worked Out what you wanted to change it. Didn't we at some point. I don't you guys ask for a last name and I end up meeting. I don't remember if we just we were GONNA put it as a super above you know how you superimpose names. Oh yea lower third or an editor. You get busy with yet. There's a thing in the bill is called a lower right where you don't know who's talking and then see it written underneath their face but I believe and that's what Lucas talking by the way the movie was about. It was all just lower thirds. Yes it was single characters like okay. Okay this is Bruce Willis really being paying. You have to do that in a movie. You have to know who the actors playing otherwise confusing. There's John Travolta as as this guy who can be the daddy anymore breaking up with the Yes with whoever I know character names just discussions of what if that was his his. IMDB pages like look. WHO's talking guy who can't be the daddy anymore? Because he's breaking up with Kirstie Alley wouldn't be where he is. Now that's true. And where is he now so pretending shaved his head for whatever exactly actually yeah where is he. I don't know we'll find out the the end of the episode either way I cannot get Adele Dell disease out of my head and like I preferred to call her Adele. Disease it is. I know what I mean. It's like it's such is the most awesome nickname. I don't know what she thinks about it. Yeah I would embrace it if I were I would just call myself Adele Zima after. It's so good. Say she's a me exactly so But in firms we called you guy. You're the documentarian who follows Zack. Around and was it was a fun time doing a. It was a fee do we. We called it a feature film. I would say his feature film feature length. Yeah feature flavored reels. Exactly where were you on the call sheet. I don't recall you're like five five. Yeah Damn Fuck Cool. Yeah say Fuck Right. Fuck cool Ask Fun isn't it. Great combination of time. It really is a good. It was your first time really ever. I'm sorry to your parents. If they're listening it was it. Was it a fun experience. South did you have a good time. Tell me I did a good job. Please yeah great job. Thank you I just want to have you on the show public so you could publicly tell me good job. Yes and it's definitely doesn't look like I'm being pressured. I had a great time. No it's very good all right. Take the laser sniper side off of you okay. Perfect those bullets dipped in pigs blood. Jesus Vegetarian so getting shot. That'd be bad because everyone's vegetarian now. Well wonderful welcome to the show. It's so good to have you on your first episode of this. PODCAST CAST ricocheting cars. Here and people can see Astronomy Club. Do you WanNa talk about that. Just briefly I didn't even notice. Yeah I don't look down below. Oh the Chin if you know what I mean and I actually do sounds pretty liberal. I don't know carrion it can't it don't know what your phone is yeah. Shaima Club is a schedule coming out on Netflix. It's a very cool. ALL BLACK CAST and writers room for me. So you're the minority. Yes so she's a contributing writer but it's a bunch of buddies of mine from New York. Who got this cool netflix sketch show? That's coming out on December six so it is Oh it's out already. Yes so yeah people should be out. Yeah it will be It is out and you've probably already seen it knows what we're talking talking about. Yeah Well yeah wonderful Do you can you say which sketch or sketches you wrote about how. It's hard to find how you're never growing the right bra size as a woman. Okay you go in and you go. Is this the right process and then go use stupid domus no Short in the cups too big and It's GonNa be bad for you. I don't relate to this but I'm laughing. elgood good. How netflix comments which they do did he comments? And by the way. If you're watching the movie just leave some comments points on the film if you click on them they just suddenly come up per house. Yes soundcloud or something. This is dumb the remix players. Yes so if you if you if you leave in the comments of Netflix which there is you know give officer give us your. I didn't laugh but I find it relatable okay so you prefer the opposite of me you want to find it relatable but not silence silence stone fade like a polite smile Okay sorta like. You're watching the Irishman. Yes the experience of the astronomy club is like watching the Irishman laugh. As much as the Shankar. Yeah Yeah thank you and please I hope if anyone from astronomy club thing I hope you take that take take that seriously with the intention that it deserves. Well we need to get to our next guest is that okay. Can you stick around here. You didn't come here just for a ten minute interview and And now no you have to leave right. By the way Reagan's doing a lot of business that is not translating. She's like picked up her phone. She got an expression of concern. Looked at the time. Yeah and hang around this. You're a good actor. Wow incredible things. Even though it doesn't matter you're a good actor and you so much all all right. We need to get to our next guest. I talked about it before the before the interview with you. Yeah Yeah and were you intrigued by this person's job title astronaut. Absolutely I gotTa know what's out there is out there. What is yeah no is there? Life is their life are their stars are there. Are there star. Can someone please for the life of me. Confirm that the firm. I don't know I'm so sick of wondering I don't know I think it's a bunch of plans up there in the sky someday. I think it's playing. Yeah I think it might be planes. We'll find this out. Let's welcome to her her her her her to the show She is an astronaut. I talked about that and Please welcome Sir Sir last name how are you seeing great. I'm Aubin stay on this holiday. Gripe about here. You're up in space. You're coming to US via satellite. Thanks for answering the delay I introduced you of approximately two seconds or so. Yeah thanks explaining that yeah. I'm a human being. We're seeing being you. Where we we have a satellite hook-up here we're seeing your your your actual your FA- I call them face? I will not look down below though Oh okay wearing an astronaut astronaut suit no helmet. Also this is I right. Sounds like this is by the way of good Halloween costume. Yeah seventy astro just helmet a male female male female Arale human. Yeah your third says human. Yeah I love. Thanks for putting these lower thirds on new editor. Listen I saw him. I'm going to transition this off real real quick across space and I just I love to PA- crazy things and my top hall and Pothole. y'All now top hall alert cries it like so like no astronauts have a top hole where your food comes in my top hall your in your mouth what it is. It's Lyell. Yeah where are you from. Where are you from? Are you from space human land. I'm I'm from human land. Okay because I like a springfield thing like every you know state has like a human land. Yeah okay this is not suspicious to me and so I put an turns into a snake I may at goes down my digestive suggestive tracked and then it comes out autumn hall. Somebody having your dialects when you when you said that very specific scientific term digestive the justice tract. I I don't know I almo while human and I'm space scientists. That is interesting. I've never really thought about when you eat or or drink. Anything it turns into the form of a snake yeah your intestines. It's just it's kind of crazy all becomes just one big one big snake one big tube. Food Snake Yeah. That's my experience and I'm just wondering like what your coordinates. What what are our coordinates? Yeah what's like of dooming Los Angeles or we're over by Netflix. Does that help you. Net flax nap flax duck though. That's funny stuff. I know that Gilbert got fired off of it and so now now it's not as populated probably somewhere after like does hand your call to John Travolta Barry Humid. Ah I keep track of conversations and I go back to the Do you mean our court. Do you mean our coordinates coordinates of earth or wherever wherever you. I would think that you would have that program in your system are you with NASA is mhm with now and I love it. It's so fun. They pay they pay me in cash NASA that pays in cash. I'm not really thought about a salary. Like getting a check from NASA space in the memo says astronaut business. They sending it to your house. Yes accumulating stars Kim Up Bank account. I go to the bank and not give them my face on a on a plate. I give them my face plate. The make shorts may hey call me gullible. Sounds exactly on the human errand demand I another I gave me an and I'll say I work. And they gave me the cash. Manet dollars euros arose an great. That's that's how it works at a bank. Yeah anyway so you need to the coordinates of earth I go maybe media that slipped NASCAR's Nasr's mind putting it into computers. They're not as as much as I'm and I can't find my way back up to get there you you worked for college humor. You must know the coordinates of earth coordinates of Earth. I'm guessing like five ten five town five five and ten ten ten thirty six thirty to thirty nine. Yeah I so I'm guessing practice probably around town I just looked it up Ah Thirty no find places on earth. I don't know I have have no idea to have also I was just wondering how military wait. No says y'all how's house casual icebreaker. Yeah I don't know I mean just from the outside looking. I'm certainly not a I. I did not serve serve And I'm I certainly don't want to have any stolen valor here. Yeah but I would say that The the budgets You know tend to go down and down and down I would say salaries of service people. Yeah weakness I would say. Sometimes we leave our troops in places too long to I would say their legs are too strong. See and that's a long wait ness. This is their legs are too strong strong there too well trained. I would say an improvised. They do their job really really well but like a take a new type of war pops up. I don't know if they'd be willing. Maybe don't get enough sleep because they're constantly on guard processing processing Mu- ooh that's fun. Well that's so. Thanks for telling me about that. How long have you? I've been out there. Sixty years sixty years. I mean six. Oh okay you must be talking about the ears. I'm talking about spicier all those years because you're in space mercury years right. Yeah like how long are murkier years. How long does it take to go around the sun from humor? Humor five to ten A. I'M GONNA look it up. How ooh I haven't used the Syria? Sarry yeah what did you say. Yes because your name Sarah Fierce. Yeah right okay cool. How long does it take mercury to travel around the sun? Here's Mason. Oh just here's what. She found the over the orbit of Mercury Eighty seven days. He's Oh it's longer than I you know. I didn't know how to check out the Tel July. Mercury's must be slowish okay. So then what what's is quicker quicker than Earth. Yeah anything quicker than Earth. Sara Sara Siri Sarah Era. What has the quickest orbit around the Sun Planet? What planet has the quickest orbit around the Sun? Just give me definitions of planets sites useless. You're much better say rabbit rabbit. Rabbit Potato Potato Through Potato Save the gravity was not so strong to your like it is on the moon for. You've been oh yeah every day every day where are you based By by SD base. Where are you based Turkey? Oh owner giving just happened the whole dialogue about holiday. Like where's your. Where's your spaceship? SHIP ORBITING CLAN X T. Quarter Next C. O.. One it's like crazy out here I. I can't find the Yana my map. Okay so we are there stars. Did we ever talk about that. Oh Yeah Oh everywhere. Yeah confirmation on that kind of you look Iowa Star. Wow Yeah and it's out is out here. I I love to go stargazing as human activity. I love to do and I loved one. That must be all the time for you. I is all all you can. Do you have a loved one out there with you. Who's your loved ones? They actually records their name. Do Pleasure pleasure and how do you do it. I was wondering I because I could use some tips. Oh yeah I know Ala- The ballot you got your bottom hall law now. Which one do there's more than one you'll have one? I only have one too. I mean there's a few things going on I'm not gonNA cast the spurs like for only having one bottom all now. I know how I so. You you situate your bottom now bottom hall on what every lock and then breath and then you go up you go. He moves I decide friction and then is there the sounds like what I usually correction. Okay that's the out. Yeah is missing. The Internet was saying stationary. Yeah I was just like getting it in and just laying there and rock pollock to saw I can rock. I'll tell my husband. I am rock song by the way. Yeah you just sit and rock Sidra saw uh-huh and you know what what's crazy is when a house and a house to house Ricca you do. I have a house. Do you own a house. I don't own a house. Yeah Oh you have a house on sure is Are made of rock eggs and what Pena's is an you stack the whipping. Oh logs yeah. Yeah lumber okay. Small smaller rock rock. Asrat as and you baled and you live there with with your husband is yeah. That's eight could be. It could be whatever for you know I mean you know. S Dream Right I. I don't know why you're saying husband. Partner is a little more. It is trees on earth. I mean maybe you've just been gone for six months This happened in the last six months months. We definitely try to be considered. Police suddenly got very active. Humor is very tough right. Yeah it's so tough if you want to insult insult races in orientation yeah I know all about lion. Who's your favorite comedian? We might have some news for you at six months. Yeah Yeah I love on a day. What's your favorite joke? So you like you're scanning ever heard everhart up when you go to a promising start. Wow ever heard of when you go artie real. I really am smiling relating to things and I've gone other places. They don't intersect a lot when you go to bar I I on. There are too many people and got a new place. It's called in New York City New York University. What are the coordinates of New York University? Okay well let's ask. Ah Sarah Sarah Sarah. What are the coordinates of New York City Information? Syria doesn't tell L.. You anything anymore is found. Here's some information talk to bitch. Woah bird all your computers. You all you. Humans may included. We should burn our computers. Burn them bar all computer. I mean I. I think that's not a bad idea in terms of at least getting rid of some of your social media sites like facebook or twitter or something like that. I worry if we burned all computers mobile rocket delivery systems might be Commission to that point crazy yeah. I wouldn't feel safe. Got Rid of like every piece as a technology getting rid of Your Nest Cam. You certainly wouldn't want to do the great sponsor Nasscom Bambi Baby. Yeah smaller one owners can be that's for S. for your tiny doors doors doors or doors door. Oh Hey that's talking about your top. Yeah sneak during your snake back door boy so it goes in like a snake and it comes out like a snake. Yeah the story of food. Yeah wow that's gorgeous. I'm not flying star is they're all according to Siri. There's a million people in in New York so the law that's a lot. Yes perfect certainly If they all band together and work as one would certainly be unconquerable group of people some people move away. You think here's our dreams are working out for them. Probably probably maybe. It's good to be realistic. Move a why really WANNA audition no little more than just for law and order. It's true nights. You GotTa Florida well. They love Florida. I know one person who's moving out of New York going to Florida and not to get. I know that is exactly what you'll have to say I do. You know what a commercial is. We need to take one. I certainly hope it's I haven't been wasting all these plugs We need to take a break when we come back. We have that unemployed person that I was hyping. That's exciting. You know almost the opposite of you man. Another human being. Yeah Oh man well your tongue kind of look we are gonNA come right back with more comedy. Bang Bang after this. 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Never go to that Wonderful Post Office again comedy Bambang. We're back here rick. SHANECO lar- Astronomy Club is on Netflix. Right now the between two ferns movie certainly is also on Netflix. Do stuff for net flicks. Yes isn't that wonderful that a giant multi-billion dollar corporation is just buying all of the entertainment. I I think it's awesome. I think it's so are they are. They're they're Nice mommies and daddies thank God net flicks Daddy. I love you my next instead of dreaming service. Oh absolutely I'm streaming. Sarah Lesson is here. Less less name is the bottom. Okay sure that we say in the house anymore in the last six months. Say Bottom Hall Domino's in the House kind of buy in the home we we moved onto okay boomer in answering the last two weeks and maybe for another two days or something. Yeah in a in a isn't hello. We're that like Two weeks ago okay. boomer was such a good insult and now you read it and go. Oh that person so boomer now there needs to be an okay boomer for people who say okay okay boomer. Yeah that's true. You know what I mean. Yeah Yeah Okay boomer baby okay baby boomer boomer we need to get to our guest He's an unemployed a person. He's certainly does not have a job. That's the only information I have about him. But please welcome to the show Chris Cream. Hey Scott thanks so much for having me here. It's it's really cool because I truly had nothing on the books for a really long time so I was glad to fill up at least an hour of your day. Yeah so I just drove in from Rancho Cucamonga. I think I think I told you that that I was living with my aunt. Eleven years. Oh I don't remember that but You're living with your aunt for eleven years. Yeah it was gonna be like a a temporary thing and then I just kinda got come to so the yeah. The years passed and she got a boyfriend. And I am of Cucamonga. Oh No so you using music. Oh so you have to move now. Yeah yeah she got a boyfriend. WHO's this boyfriend? Her boyfriend is actually when she met in recovery in. She's in recovering. He's in recovery was and then she relapsed and then he's her old sponsor. Okay so he did a poor job as a sponsor but is is is doing a good job at the responsibilities of a boyfriend. The deep do yeah I do yeah. Let's say bottom. Who is getting serviced? Now I'm sorry I shouldn't get there. It's also getting a snake kind of yeah in the backward snake. Yeah it's almost like these. Two snakes are going to lady and the TRAMP. That's actually a beautiful. The little leaner at poop. Weiner is sort of kissing whatever food you eat recently breath. I know as I love it I love it so I'm I'm sure that you have to move out. That's not a good situation for you. Where do you think go? Well you know what actually linked up with a bunch of cool kids who I worked on a web series with You know all about sheriff shooting instead but So you know all about shooting and editing. Yeah Yeah and it was just a really cool web series about a group of LGBT Hugh Ti a folks who who Our friends and peace do you say Q.. Before the T- now is that a new thing in the last six months I actually am used to be. LGBTQ church approach is it now it's L. G. B. Cutie I q ti down some. Yeah Yeah you can call Cutie. Cutie Eljay B cuties. Yeah Yeah Yeah I like that and not be cuties. They were were. They weren't cuties onset because there's a lot of drama. Oh okay honestly I actually I left set so many times just Curson Curson at the universe really you have to be cussing Carson. Oh Wow is that your I spoke doc to say it every day you do when you see those stars every uh fat lot of stars these are beautiful. Fuck doc you were doing on. The web series actually was volunteering. Just kind of getting Shadowing okay just to Kinda the shadowing a p a very low down on the totem. Yeah that's what people kept telling me and saying that I do they ever ask you. Why didn't you just become a PA where they said that they wanted to be kind of selective? There's a lot of They had a lot of people to choose from because they're shooting the web series in studio city. which is as you guys know? The studios are yeah. Yeah and so But I learned and I actually ended up getting align. Oh you saw act. Did you expects I stacked not one of the actors dropped out at the last minute and I actually didn't have a name so it was gay man Asana who sweating man at the Sahu swearing. was there a gay man. That wasn't sweating like it's like pretty implied to me that we're maybe there were four gay men at this on dry. Dry One was sweating and one was really sick Lou. The four humors Swab Yeah. He's just super super hot. And what what was your line to India the heat. I'm Dan over here. How do they feel like they had to describe you as gay because nothing in your lions seem to like? I would understand if it was like hi. Can I suck your penis. The snake that goes in I got back. I can you turn down the heat. I'm sweating. It's but what you need to know is I was naked sitting in a man's lap. Oh if you watched it you could fully jar the connection special. Yeah this is a web series with your website and it was a period piece. What period two thousand and one How Oh spice all to say is it kosher to ask pre or post nine eleven? Oh Oh yeah this is you make coitus. Because being the man's last month that was actually a story point so I would detail on September. So wait who was it like nine thirteen. AM IT started. It started in the summer Mary. It takes place over like I'm giving you the hard pitch of this show. That's okay we'd like to hear about all right. It's a bunch of friends. They're all queer unquestioning and a few transgendered people. Everyone is clear. Why did they feel the need to put that in your name can make you know what I mean just implied that everyone is? That's that's a good point. Scott there is a gang of Straits that attack US episode eleven. Oh Oh yeah. There's one hundred twenty two episodes uh-huh oh my God episodes. How long are these? They CA- they vary a web series. It could be anything. Yeah some of them are one hour and some of them are one sex our second just that now. That's too much editing from the best that's too much uh-huh and so so It's a group of gay friends. Are they friends. Say Their friends they get to know each other and it's all the trials and tribulations is and The show the basically it really the series turns on its head when to the friends fall for each other. Oh that can happen and nine. Eleven happens in the deal with the fallout. So nine eleven happens during the sauna and it's running around saying running around the sauna. That's not safe. Yeah slip it's true. People Bertha Disaster Law. It's hard. Yeah what do you do. I'd like to Gat met weapons or I think I mean I remember a lot of us. Yeah we're gathering WEAP- weapons. NAH circling. Now we have more powerful weapons than your like. What ballistic missile home? Tom And there's a lot of healing that happens. People come together and you can digest connect. What episode this that? The nine eleven happens out of the one hundred twenty two it happens uh one oh nine one zero nine okay so the character so you quickly decide the series is over. There's nothing more we can do here. You guys have you guys get a chance. I really love the series but the whole experience got me to meet this group. We really bonded. And then they had Living data had a bed in one of their living rooms and they invited me to stay in. So I'm kind of I'm unemployed. I'm actually going in this journey. What's so great? I I feel kind of vulnerable saying this but I'm stepping on my own for the first time that's wonderful fall by to being a living room. I don't know I mean maybe in space certainly where New York City as well studio partner aren't space or New York City. Usually about is in what we call a bedroom. which is a room for beds? Other bedrooms are Kinda tactful so how many people are saying in this place on. There's eight eight of us. It's a two bedroom apartment. So we do we do four three and then I'm the living room okay. Yeah so IT'S A. Why only three is it smaller bedroom? I'm or is that the master one of the people in that bedroom is kind of a diva. Aw New living situation free. I don't know whether you want to be publicly talking about about Your roommate here on a podcast but please go to actually a huge fan of the show. Is You want to hear this. Oh I don't feel come to a thing it's your face come to the microphone okay. We'll go ahead. Yes whatever you want to say to her really come for me sometimes and it makes me feel really worthless to see that. I'm doing my best and I also am human and I make mistakes and the scratch on your Audi was me sorry all nor belly you know any I. Any and cody space by the way the earth is in any own our reply on his own any spice spine stretch her is ah just to clarify. I didn't actually scratch her belly button. She drives a car which is calling out German German auto engineer processing. Have you you you know that you know the Germans right I. If they were a powerful military led by a gentleman by the by the one testicle gentleman by the name of Adolf Hitler. One of the scariest people in human existence so bad so bad he ruined a moustache style for generic. Yeah no one wants to look like him ever. I'm not the. US military mightily defeated him with the help of our or allies. Certainly off so let that be a lesson to anyone else trying to ask so everybody gets together that how about against together. Certainly Elliot's would. NATO is all about the national anthem. New York universe sounds like just making sense of human grunt own every once in a while we get the satellite. We're getting a bad connection or something actually distracted with them seeing you naked body and the screen human. Do you mind tilting. The camera up offer offer. Keep it here because right on the bottom of a talk all out. Yeah so where do you want to be hired. You want to end up in video production or or It it also sounds like you were maybe involved in softcore at the very least porn. Yeah I was actually getting concerned about that Yeah Kiss Him and the scenes with we like very graphic yeah but just like HBO. You know what I'm saying like. Sometimes you gotta pay. What websites can access this web series on It's an encrypted encrypted link but but I don't you guys I wanted to ask you. How old are you earlier over eighteen? Okay all right. How about a fun game? Everybody gets made love guys. All right. is easy prices right rules. Where if we were disqualified or is it who's ever declared over the closest above or beyond? Okay one hundred twenty two. Wow I was going to say twenty two so about up maybe one hundred dollars for I am actually in this unit surprise people. I am in my early fifties. Why the the clock? Oh that's a Gotcha. How how old are you named eighty four years? It's not a ton better for a person you've got to be here. No I don't mean to imply that your time is elapsing before you've done anything of Note Scott can ask you you Christian police defense like I'm doing this thing wrong. which thing and live with my aunt for such a long time? I don't I don't have a job shop and I don't even know where to start. I well I mean how do I get. Whoa what do I do? Have you interviewed. Have you filled out applications. I've gone to the different restaurants. Start Young you've applied there. You're just not being there. Well I tell us about how strong your legs are true. You can bring get up if it's going to be a weakness but then it's a strength all You know I went to Applebee's in a view and then they make you do Ho test. Yeah personality tests like nothing. Allie rusher estimates. It isn't really. They need to know your personality. Got One era certainly has a personality and one that we love. Sarah how did you get a job at NASA acid God the audit. I said so many things I had the Cya law and then I hired the read all kinds of things reading gene and I looked and then I tried to do it and I did and so they had the AL takes her advice. I mean sometimes it gets complimented to hear it gets a compliment. Now it gets complicated. Thank you sometimes. It gets -CCOMPLISH. I wish I had your life. My talk they do now but I assume I mean Scott you have to admit head head writer movies. Yeah has I get the Scottish. Got The whole her whole world. And you're certainly not in your early thirties either. Now I'm actually actually hundred twenty two so I mean you look at your life and say Dan. This is working out for me. Wow that's so kind of you know. Maybe maybe I'd take it for granted the opportunities I have your eight yeah you're ungrateful tapping into your and gratitude. I'm I've got on gratitude. I Guess Yeah Yeah. We're putting out. I mean I is. Is this the field that you're interested in getting into maybe regularly you could. You could certainly give shadow a PA college humor. Oh well I already have a lot of experience. Apple Box neighborhood grew up on personality. Tests apple boxes is like a box. the technical term. Yeah yeah that's true. That's just fine. I mean it's pretty heavy. If someone who when you are in the web series we would have a little Easter egg like in every scene. There's an exposed apple box that's outside of mistake. Sometimes after the first ninety one times we decided to incorporate. Oh why are you so many apple boxes on this added. Samm Levine starring starring. In this idea that you gotta you gotTa wire another job why uh-huh why is that. Why was not screened parody movie? Yeah it was the scream parody garrity movies. What the heck with a scary movie? Well I I. I'm very suspicious about Eureka. The screen movies these are called. Yeah there were fifty at least four off. We're all connected and you've been vulnerable. Paul Chris you look technically your whole. The rest of your life is ahead of you every moment of the day Yankee China and remind myself it's one day edit time so I can do you work on one day at a time. I wish I'm sorry. I noticed series rubbing yourself and I'm wondering can we turn the monitor around just finding finding what does the same. Now you gotta check my short Noah all of the hills. Yeah that's true. I know it's getting any applause. Your your your Oh my God. The rubbing has intensified what Dr Snake came in and what are those secretions. Well I'm saw I use. Use the bathroom. Oh okay well. That's it yeah okay I had asked about. Oh I see that can happen in space space. I do find floating everywhere that was kind of disturbing to watch. Well Chris I mean Rica could could possibly give you a job he knows what Napa box is. shadow an apple box named did did he had one line in something. Maybe you could act act. Maybe he could be on the crew. You know if I was going to be in one of the year college human movies what my character's his name be. Oh boy yeah okay. Well I guess if you're just kind of a side character I honestly might give you like a throwaway name like like good technique to coming up with a throwaway name is just regular first name at an object is the last name Michael Trash can actually love that. Yeah honestly think that's great certainly better than men who barely takes the dick out of his mouth in order to utter his line. Whatever whatever whatever you're lose their character's name was such a bummer? 'cause I I eat. I did an email blast to my family and I said hey check out this so no checkout Miami Beach Communication. Yeah yeah email blast in family. Yeah yeah what constitutes an email blast. Did you send a bunch of emails. It was a blast. Because I wasn't totally sure. Everybody on the list. Oh Okay I didn't give a crap if they responded. Oh have you do a blast and you're like I don't care did anyone respond You know I did receive a call from whom I'm from my aunt who I was living with. Okay in she said please remove me from that. Oh okay because you had a really bad relationship with my mom and that is a story. Different podcast I mean. I wish you could tell right now. Al I'll give you the teasing. Please don't go on W. T. F. coup where they can scoop me. This incredible story would McMahon. Yeah Yeah I'm familiar with him. Committee me okay. Yeah we have good news. He still was in was in the joker movie. You've missed the joker movie. Oh No no saw what you think because like the screener like metaphorically made an impact. Yeah Yeah you're right totally cool algorithm algorithm for mental health. Yeah allegory yeah. Great Algorithm they embed that algorithm in every scene. You're gonNA give me a teaser about The story story is like it's not even good but compared to the joker movie. Yeah sure but you know there was my aunt and my mom had a really a terrible fine out and involved a knife a fight. One of those weapons we have here on earth and I'll happen in a whole foods Oh a knife. Yeah a fight a whole foods. This is like Glue Cluedo. where I'm from? Well will interesting. So so. That's a teaser for you so if you ever have me back and how about this. Let's make a plan. We'll come back some day in. Everyone knew what no I. Well I I was just going to say it. Sounds like you're trying to make a blood oath. What color is your your blood by the way all your of course which is on the count of three one to three the other? Yeah Yeah I was GonNa say read almost say White Water Abra. Abra blood is water. We have a little fun little song that we remember this by Earth where it's like the blood is red team in is white. The P. is yellow. That makes it all all right love. That's a great song that we sing all the time all the time. Just remember talk to another human I can I can open without I can say is signing standard greeting. I could say like the elsewhere I will say. Yes why. The your P. is yeah yeah alright. Alright have another. I went to an environment camp Cool basically just Really in nature and we did a lot like activities like walking collected leaves and camp. This is a lot like calling you the gateway whenever character exactly. It's environmentally like meeting. You're out that they totally had me fooled camp though they actually wear pretty Conscious about Steph and they would have saying if it's yellow let it mellow evince Brown flush it down and that's not okay. Toilets water conservation frown. Oh yeah here too that before. I've I've been places where they're like if it's yellow. Let him mellow if it's Brown also let mellow and I'm just you know it. Just stacks up. Yeah you know. I've heard if it's yell at Mel Fits Brown you've got a ground and you're supposed to like pick it up and wear it also on offer. Yeah you wear a hat heard. I bet yellow lab at Mallow abbots Brown. It's also it's also good. It's all good. Okay let's have. You never heard of that now but I'm on the East Coast Taylor. Yeah where was this camp by the way this environmental camp on news in New Hampshire. I went there for a brief period after my aunt and my mom got into a huge fight tonight fight at the whole foods. Yeah there is a lot of cameras and stuff around the house so it was a great way to get away so after their fight there were a lot of cameras at their house. Komo news reporters. Oh He's in Hell Not Camphor no although certainly if they wanted one of those. They're very affordable. Yeah that'd that'd be cool it'd be cool to have cam. Wouldn't it gives you kind of like remember everything that happened so this is a big news story. Yeah I new the Hampshire or no. You're aware they were in Rancho Cucamonga. Yeah I see so you went to New Hampshire to get away from the cameras and just get a break and I you know. I did a lot of meditating. Honestly I did a lot of soul searching out me realize I did want to get a job cool okay well. Let's great yeah. Yeah well I look forward not getting one of those jobs hosted. Maybe I'll just tweet you like when I get one and say hey got it certainly Probably not the best way to get a hold of me but What's what's your what's your number one number two now it's Three point one four to six eight. I can't remember anymore. Hi Dan I was like writing it down. Yeah Point One. You don't hear that in phone numbers most yes go. Would you be comfortable included. You may next email blast I might have to kind of fall on the side of where you're and this and Ask you to remove me from this but you can certainly try one. I appreciate your honesty. Honestly don't okay thank you so much. That's I mean you'd make a fine employees really would and Rica. You can shatter that apple box next week when Apple Bucks Dot Tower. This is an important job on just going to be standing there. 'cause I don't know that we don't we don't we don't need you on it. You can flip an apple box. Three different directions. Let's take out. There's there's La New York and Chicago on three different ways. Three major major cities with a strong population. Washin certainly wouldn't want to know outsiders would ever want to attack. Yeah I feel like we can show an apple box. You could just learn to flip one of your body. One of those ways boom can stand on to be honest to be really fun to kind of Hang Out with people who are super talented and love what they do so I will talk to. You have to record this. I haven't your email blast Yeah sure here with your email address. Okay good overlord at quadrant. X T dot Org overlord I capable of you snapped. Overlord need overlord sixty nine. I could we all know that Jack. Yeah I do sixty nine. You know what it's when you're both win the bottom hole in the top whole come together on Aena do it in a sandwich all right. Well look we need to take a break when we come back you need to take off all right. Let me show okay. No we don't need anymore this business but when we come back we have a baker. That's very exciting. Well yeah so we'll be right back with more comedy Bang Bang after this. You have a dream I would imagine. Your life is filled with hope. You'll turn those dreams into realities reality's right well. Here's a great way to do it. 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We are back here RICCA had to take off but one me to remind you about Astronomy Club. which is on Netflix? Now certainly able to be watched currently We also have Sarah last name here. The astronauts are grading. You can email her red overlord Ed quadrant. Xt Dot Ya dot org or try. We also have Chris Crine who may be working showing an apple box. So that's fun. DEBICA Hayao and is Great Catchphrase Hale. I wish he's I think this is the first time you've said it but You've really established it. You really planted your flag often my head and I just felt really good connected to the listeners. Just saving up a A little more high pitched normally do I kinda got in May be like if if Dana Carvey like not GonNa do it. You know it's like you need to really do at the same time our. That'd be my thing that I work on okay. Great wonderful well. We have a baker coming to the show now. This is very exciting. Please welcome Giuseppi Spaghetti. Hi Are you all right just EPI Emma. Sorry I'm very tired. You very tired you. You're you sound by both your accent and your name you are you from Italy. Some of a much from Italian very much from Italia and your tire. Why are you so tired today? Oh God I Alwa- saw hard At baking I N. ahead it's a big from my parents and we use only all who need care all modern technology non-energy nor if computers or anything else you for compute. This is not the kind of thing I usually you say about a business but if anyone were to attack you you would have no defenses Craig. Observe it's a soul vulnerable Al Noor. To attack the human the nail really perking up here. He's tired of being attacked. Make me so happy to wake up. Do you need some strong Ron coffee here. What do you want to smack around a little bit? They need to be killed. You know what killed I inherit the business from my family that I no longer wish to run but I keep believing every single day despite the my best effort to die. Ah I look okay just happy this is. This is a common problem. A lot of people are forced into running the family business. When they're not really interested in it I would say most people and up just confronting their parents and saying hey? I don't WanNa do this any longer. Quitting by eight years take the longtime I. I'll just is a human. I'll just will suck. I'm proud to slop out in the five L.. Let me try to annoy felt the nothing was skinny so to land in. You've been out in the Sun Pot. Hot Italian son picture nuts by hand and not the not for base threes. Not Place. That's seems seems like such a long time spent on miniscule part of your job it's like picking nuts for nut pastries how many nut pastries. Do you sell a day. LETTONE lettone thin not the pace maker by hand. Well yeah maybe I guess maybe the is that a lot. I is that primarily. The businesses is not pastries. No I make Cannoli I make a ZIP Polian. Mika's do darn so. We should order. Just sit down but it takes so much time the stugotz muster is it. Feels like you kind of like me. You meant health may be at risk in. Can you kill me off but She went to AA and ended connecting with a man and now she seems really happy. She's not where she that's why people go to meet people people in and start having discuss your bomb holes done. I know person in my life I never in my world. I people that you're meeting only people customers. Oh We'd count them. How did you how did he sneak away from me? Busy Pastry told them my fake Komo one. That has all you fake your own death. I saw just leave it there. No they find me they always find me. This fourth found you four-time over time cameras as you the most important to sealion bicker. We have we have find your bank as Cannoli you stupid a monkey see. This is where a nest camera does not come in handy if you fake your own death and then the catchy sneaking out on the next campaign yeah I never have any piece of technology law alone. Something thing is quality as Nasca very much for that. So you're on the run right now. You're on the Lambeth they're gonna find you eventually doing. A podcast certainly won't help bike. I could do anything though. These people are fine metro the drown myself. Once they find me in the ocean and humans can die. Walter they can but I in a while though I mean some home immediately they say what's the fast way to go. I love fast way through. Well probably the fastest way is like right. Banning areas that burning learning. I meant like like the fastest. In terms of length of time you're on the earth would be like crib death. I get a crib. You've you get a creative. How do I get crib death? No you don't think about option pass that opportunities city but considered if you're GONNA do it and I don't recommend it considered burning. Consider burning his once. You once you that road you going down that road. Yeah Yeah there's a lot of ways out of it you can try to Pat Yourself. put it out. But you're on the road to nowhere the minute you start it pat. I never have your Toma- as Same Tau it's challenging and killing me. I don't know how old are you because your parents died at eighty years ago this man in the world I am no prices right prices right roles I'm going to say one hundred and twenty one hundred twenty and a half. Damn you came from me dude. You might appreciate it doesn't matter this point tune I'm one hundred twenty only two and a half cases if I were allowed to wash that program who all these people who track you down. Who need you to be this Baker? I mean it seemed like your parental pressure was high but they died eight years ago. So is this some sort of organized crime. The pace three hungry public. It's the public well below our pastries so much they're tracking you down and they're finding you and forcing. Can you to go back to work recipes. Recipes recurrent up recipes cookbook but they want they want hair because she bring something to. It's a gender. Okay thank you isn't be here on earth in the last six a month but I'll ever Christian despite hungry pad like did I have a lot of rapids. They have torches they come after you with torch screaming they see you stupid monkey. Why don't you say no? LISTEN IF I said no they give me vitamins and make her live long. Want you to live dude. I hate this thing. You'd be living longer but you wouldn't be in that job so you might like living. Yeah it's impossible for me. The only thing about my life visit. Don't have family anyone anyone. They all died in. Nobody will get money like that. Most humans like that. I don't know at most humans like I don't talk to many thank you look. I don't think I've ever said this on the show Giuseppi Spaghetti before but I agree with you. I think you should die. You're so tired like this show is moving at such a brisk clip and then you came on. Just you're dragging the energy down so I think you should just die but I do have a suggestion. Chris over here doesn't have a job okay he. He's decided through heavy meditation in Environmental Camp that he wants to have a job. Oh yeah it'd be cool to earn. You have a job that you don't want and you bake nick. Did I totally like jump in if you have. Recipes are not allowed to read right. You're not allowed to to read or write. Nobody meter you alright. They said you're not allowed or no one taught you know very tired of me. They said you're not allowed. Okay so both and they said if udorn three arrive we we toss you into public. I must be so hard. We're on as you're going to the public. This is where you want. No the public. The public is making New York Komo private decayed during birthday party Look I all I'm saying is like you don't even know what have to know auto bake I take over his job. I'd be happy to step in. And you know what honestly would help you boundaries if what is battering boundaries are like we have them around our country's walk ought we can places strong another's interesting ones like skin. Skin skin is weak in some places. It's strong and other places like the bottom of your souls stronger autumn of the Benji seat over your feet. Yeah but you can also use bands to make you feel comfortable like when I walked in. I saw Sarah. It was totally nude and it is making me very uncomfortable so very politely I said. Can you please change this screens. I'm not seeing your naked body. And she said no Seattle Shia boundaries. So I got I tell my customer. Hey you must let me go to the bathroom. Where are you going to? The bathroom must wear giant cloth diaper to be giant. If you're just a cloth diaper no must be giant must fit my whole day is oh so. You're being several times that is like you wouldn't be safe with other baked goods. I I don't know what to do. I tell them I'm peeing as we speak will tell them to stomach snake was happening and they understand this. Although they don't already they got AH. That's better than dying moved to Palm Springs. Yeah Augusta Fun either. Nobody is secure. Nobody find me the Cape Jack spinks checking you in down America's droopy Dick. No one likes it and now what are the core. The Nets Soda Springs. Let's ask Sara Sara Siri Siri. What are the coordinates for Palm Springs to die? There's some information. Just tell me Fox Palm Springs Palm Beach Cheat Feet Palm Beach to tell me to Florida. You should go there and then nobody looked for me. No by look for you I will look for. I don't even know. How am I look just to kind of check down that job opportunity? Yeah Yours I I think you should die. Die Right now personally I'd be happy to assist you and I think Chris I think you should take over the job. Can we do that. Can do a job swap here. Where you become unemployed Chris you become the baker occur? How it though that what seed dress? The one One is only cafe on the street. There's no street name if there is I can read okay but you can number late neighborhood. Wine is the only number that Oh yeah ones this stick in La. Oh so go to Sicily find one and then you know y'all know chainsaw NATO for lease you must you must do your catchphrase. Hey Okay no pass no please Alabama's passport go if I don't have a job to pay It's a vicious circle. Just happy you'RE GONNA have to go back. No please please give you okay. My Year's earnings user just sticks. I've got five. Pay You and sticks the five state I mean look is is bad enough. They're paying you in sticks. They're only giving you five to one eighth of a sticker. Put a piece three this money. This is manning. Oh it's not really money I mean they need to be paying actual money for this. This is a scam. He's just get out of it. I have a friend. She's great in video production action and she's offered Chris over here a job. Shadowing an apple box. Oh no apples. We can use a food. uh-huh triggered triggered. Okay I'm going to guide you through a quick Meditation Fun Picture My aunt John. Okay picture her walking into a recovery rooms trying to find a higher power and she finds a man and she safe and until you let it all out off now say just having this is going to be an issue for you if you. I can't mention any food items ever again it's GonNa trigger even the word that I just use. Od F. O.. D. is one of your. That is the snow college humor. Oh but if you if you can't even if that's that's gonna I mean we normally humans we you know how many Times Sarah Nine ten twenty times a day. You got to dig out nine. I choice because all the laws out Rod feel bad. Tell from your voice I I'm I'm going back the other way. I think you just need to die. Is there anything we can do to assist you in this. I mean he throw anything every. Throw anything okay. It might've might've Kleenex box office or hard to kill. ooh Nothing Bill Delaney. Shoot me find a gun to make a gun and I bought a bunch on nine eleven. Okay here's one. I think penetrated the skin. I dipped it made in the bulletin pig's blood. No it Amanda Miskin stronger anger. What how to live forever? Oh man this is like a twilight zone episode episode as like a real thing the thing about the one where the where You Think I. It's certain people attacking an earthling but it turns out that earthlings are attacking giant woman on a love that proves earthlings are strong ought to throw in the week down. Look I mean. I certainly didn't book this guest in order to prove to you that earthlings are very tough to kill but and this is certainly not rica in disguise. Were tipped off to the fact that you are an alien by your email address. Overlord Lord at x t dot Com. This is not. What's going on? No but earthlings are tough to kill even when they're old and we you can want to die you can't die and so taking over taking over the earth is just going to be impossible so so if there were any aliens out what they're hiding behind the moon they may as well take off. Just fuck right off back to their home planning to kill. That's not helping. You're giving them inspiration kind of sad that she left. It felt like me inherit totally vibrating. Really Yeah I didn't get that set from you wanting to turn the wanting us to turn the monitor around attracted reacted to go now. I feel like skype delusional. Maybe not as delusional as some of the guesses. Sir Been on this show but yeah. Most delusional guest edited out later. Let's see first. Guest was Tomlin in an Rob Hubel. I'm just going to go through episode by episode. That's okay they probably not also Thomas Lee. I mean I don't know let's see second guesses. Kevin Neal N.. Look you don't have time for this. I can't just do the mental Rolodex here but By the way Rica you can drop the. Oh my God okay. That was Rica. Yeah Yeah so sorry. That was an example of a college humorous and a great one. We'll look we're running out of time here and Sarah's no longer with us we only have one final feature on the show and that is a little something called plugs sure it. Oh Wow wasn't ending Do you have a podcast by carton. Oh Okay and I guess that is a question we can ask. Do you have a broadcast RAICA. I don't have have a podcast. That's fun I used to have a podcast. It's called Erotic Book Club over three erotic books on Amazon. They're free free because we want people to like read with us and not have to buy them and so we were reviews with her erotic books on Scott. Es there are you're what for Nessie was a fan favorite. It's about someone who wants to fuck the Loch Ness Monster and we review them extensively and it's a very fun time that that's my podcast. Okay and of course. Astronomy Club is on Netflix. Now and college humor at College. Humor's ars youtube channel. You can see three these Things a week and a fourth one. You're just shit Outta luck. Yeah you're just like you're never ever GonNa Pie that out of my hands uh-huh and Chris what do you want to plug here anything Do you have a podcast You know what I was thinking about your catchphrase. Hey great if it gets worse and worse In a little bit. But yeah I kind of I did indeed. Indeed this web series inspired by the Webster's I worked on each episode. Is this like the fast and furious presenting a different movie exactly. Yeah each. Each episode is a different one of my resentments. mm-hmm so you WanNa do this website series. Yeah okay can I get a chance for because you're looking for investors astor's backer and right now. The budget is We're looking at twenty bucks per episode. Oh yeah that's pretty cheap for web series because all the guys I worked with on our I previous web series that they do some favors so check it out when it comes out We're nice guys. They've given you a living room. Yeah they're they're part of A Christian skating group. This was a Christian web series win. Yeah a lot of people who have faith that that is 'cause you know I think that you know a group and then they surprise you. Yeah and they're they're skaters. You said or roller skating roller skating okay. And they're How how are they Christian? While they're roller skating we They'll be skating around me so you're a giant. I ended up getting baptized last month. Congratulations -gratulations yeah. It was very cool. Yeah how'd you like Jesus being your Lord I think it's very. He's very forgiving and part of the whole thing and sometimes I cry because he died for Mason. It's like you you don't mind being ruled by someone as long as they forgive you for everything that you do. It's okay to be subjugated. Yeah as as long as they're very forgiving he figures and then he punishes me. Yeah so if there are any overlords out there listening by the way that's the way to do it. Just be very forgiving people and we will talk to you guys talking. Sarah Do you have anything to plug plug up like all the whole place vice show. I'll died seeing stars. You're saying fuck AH STARS GOTTA plug build a hall heels. No I'm just locked him of you. If you WANNA like helped outlay game places Sti- or coordinate through then I'd love and coordination that living room that you have the bed in yes it studio studio city. It's actually across from the trader Joe's. Oh Laura Ranford yeah. It's nice to have money from the Christianity. Andy Yeah there's a pink bury their to Great Hey speaking of Pink Berry Sarah Grab a pink area. After if you we'll pay for it on tash instincts awesome in. I love it and I just wanted to be one hundred percent Transparent I interested in you sexually or maybe just as a companion. I didn't mean to speak for. I mean I could go there. I would actually like to know you in a romantic way. That's a lot to I. I'm all mobile that I'm all about Sharon and Karen on Sharon and Karen that competition Chris. Positively for secrets. And I'd love to hear. Your secrets is abate of May December right definitely. I can't quite get a hold. I am never gas prices right roles all the prices rose. I'm going to go one dollars. Okay preemptively one dollar old. Yes I wanNA plug between Burns. Movie is still out there. You can watch it whenever and wherever I don't give a shit and be like Rica's Mama or ankle was it uncle who's who watched all the way to the end. My Dad. Your Dad did encouraged everyone else to also watch all the way to the end of a move always. Because you're in the last I seen yes and you did. A wonderful looping job on said seeing fell match and do i WanNa Pug Anything's Oh yes. Yes vote for the Comedy Bang Bang Best of twenty nine thousand nine episodes. There's another week left And votes are flying but you only have another week Donald Brianna well. This'll be in next year's my dear because this one is ineligible so sorry But certainly from Thanksgiving thanksgiving fuck. Wow Talk Oh my God. You're melting years literally melting Chris. On Man I was like so excited for that day. Wow that's incredible. I've never seen someone be so upset to their episode wasn't eligible all that they literally melted. I guess fame as a universal language destroys everybody dating in La Sex. Yeah this is just just moved here in. La Hate to tell us to your city lead heck in the valley is it can say from La. No that's fair. All right so vote vote go over here Wolf Dot Com and figure out where the voting is or go to my twitter all posted the link. All right let's close up the old club bag. UH Get I got a great song is pretty good a really good song. I did not like that. I don't know about that song and cut all right. I'm going to miss that one when it's gone. No takers To add onto it. That's all right guys. I Wanna I wanNA thank you so much Rica so great to see you. Welcome the end of the episode. But I'm well thank you ED. When when am I going well? I'm you just did so. You can finally relax Chris Green so wonderful L. D. U.. I really hope everything works out for you. I don't know that will But you know I mean that's that's life so you know the deck. A stacked against certain times doesn't work out. Yeah interesting message to leave me on my hope. Everything's GonNa be okay with your and thank you and certainly your mother. And whatever wounds that were inflicted upon either of them I. I hope they've healed at least metaphorically if not Physically well like I said we'll have to reconnect down the down the road. Maybe do some sort of dinner at Applebee's with you me and my aunt so you're willing to go back to the applebee's even even though you didn't take the personality failed it. I never got the full story. I actually walked out and through a glass at the manager. That's the personality test right there. I'll that's what Emma email to personality. Okay and Sarah Donen Betas still melted. Alright do you want to catch phrase right before we leave. Hey not good okay. We'll see you next time. Thanks bye everyone. Thanks for listening and remember. State farm believes believes in strengthening communities with the challenge to allstate farm employees and agents to give back with one hundred acts of good the X.. Can Be as small as giving a hug. UGH to a friend in need or as big as saving a beached whale see how state farm employees are doing good at neighborhood of good dot com.

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Spaceballs (w/ Mary Holland and Ahmed Best)

Newcomers: Star Wars, with Lauren Lapkus & Nicole Byer

1:14:20 hr | Last month

Spaceballs (w/ Mary Holland and Ahmed Best)

"This is a head gum podcast. Space spoke. The move. Spaceship Within Range Sir Court. must going on. July Four seven China. Now, we'll show her. Charge of his galaxy, Not Give me the combination to the. Doctor selected. We'll give you daughter back. Only one man. And his trusted companion and save planet DVD from. Disaster Okay Eagle Five coming in. Own Star. First, they must learn the secrets of Yoga. I keep up. A great imagine. Before No. Schwartz avoid capture on a distant planet. Does it you me. We! Ain't found. Battled the entire space ball on. Some! Seas. And escape the clutches of dark out I see your forces bismarck. Scape Justice happened to the movie. Space spoke. The movie. Make. A face ended I think. Schwartz. If another episode of newcomers. We've come to the end. Thank God. We did it. We could soon so much star wars to the point where like? I'm upset about it and we watched whatever we want. Everything everything. Everything I'm Lauren lefkas oh. Yes, I'm Nicole Byron I'm exhausted me too I. mean the amount of hours we've put in, but we have we are. We have been heading towards this moment. Our most exciting episode of. I'm very very excited about our guests today. But we watch space balls its season finale, and so everyone's been saying from the start of this that we have to watch baseball. We beginning tweets nonstop. That everyone's like well. You'll likes baseball. Baseball's and I mean I have opinions on space full I should opinions as well. And if you don't know space balls is the one thousand nine hundred seven parody film kind of sending up star wars and we're. We have a little Haas segment here. There is a Mombet Baby Yoda. which to me is like I. Love Bop it. I love bb Yoda but I'm not trying to BOP Baby Oda I. Agree I flip is kind of hard to to play with. It looks like. Like, it looks like a baby Yoda you're supposed to like what poets arms and stuff like you with the BOP it yeah, I guess you pull his arms and its head, which is honestly teaching kids to be mean to aliens like what if a little alien comes down? You'RE GONNA. Bop It because that's what you've been doing. I would be so excited if baby Yoda just walk down my driveway. And I have to give a little bit of a spoiler because Nicole. I sent you a present in the mail and I'm I. Don't want to tell you what it is, but I just want everyone to know that something is coming to you and I think you're going to get. Its Baby Yoda I know it is it is. To Send you by yourself. They only let you buy one, but I wanna make Mike by for, but you don't have to buy for me. I'm not know God. It's only proper that I. Send you be because you sent me Babe. That is exciting. I mean I. I'm really excited to get and I was going to be a total surprise, and then I thought well. We're not going to record again, so you won't know that you're getting. So kind of just get this. Maybe who did it. Who is a ever talked to me ever again? We introduce our. Guess. Okay, we're very excited about our guests. one is an actress and improviser. Who's part of my Improv group? Wild Horses, yes, in the other, is an actor producer who voices Darby our series. Star Wars Jedi temple challenge they play a jet, I and a droid hosting game show, putting contestants through a series of obstacles and the attempt to gain the rank of Djeddai night. Welcome show Oh here. We know we it and. You can't. Clap we certainly? Welcome to the show, Mary Holland and Ahmed Bass To. On, yes, has thank you. This is amazing We're so excited to have you. I don't know if you know this I'm Ed, but Nicole's favorite character is Dardar beings. Love, Jar, jar, banks and people people are so mean a badger, but I was like chargers comedic relief. Great Visible! You are very good, physical comedian and I thought it was so much fun I agree, and we have so much film boy watching that movie when we finally got there because we there was a lot of build up to that since we had heard about that before. And we don't know much about. We didn't know much about star wars going into this so anything. We knew we were like holding onto, but it was. It was so fun. It's like such a fun character. Yeah, we were so excited that you agreed to do this. Yeah, he's a good. He's a good guy. Are Jar are was always pointed at children. You know. He was always a kid character in. George Really George Lucas really had this idea of being able to capture the minds and the imaginations of kids when he came up with charger and then. You know that was the first time anyone had ever done a CD. I Live action character in movie history so. Yeah we didn't. I didn't know that either yeah, that was before Lord of the Rings and the vendors, and all this stuff so jar was I, and so it was, it was a very huge collaborative experiment between me, George Lucas, industrial light, and magic and just like we were, there was a lot of days that we were just fighting science like it was really difficult to bring jar jar the life because all of these elements hadn't been tried before, so there was a lot of trial and error. There was a lot of error and error. We really at the end of the day we made it work George watched. Jurassic Park or George co-produce Jurassic Park. And that's when he kind of had the idea that his character a character could live because the dinosaurs were so successful. Yeah, wow, and then came up with this idea of jar jar was duct the first CGI character movie history. That more people don't talk about that I and it makes me mad that people complained about it at the time. Because you're wait, you've never even seen something like this, yeah! Yeah. No I kinda attributed to me doing a good job because. If. If. You're mad at this character that means you don't see me you don't see. You know all all the intricacies and work. You actually believe what we're seeing on screen so I thought. Georgia was extremely successful. Because of that you know. Yes, that's such a good point, but there was a bit of an eraser of of the work and especially my work and you know I often get forgotten about when we talk about this conversation of. Actors being able to do this work, and what? What really hasn't been talked about so much is the fact that the software for every CGI character from then to now is pretty much the same and the script. The code for that software was written on me, so I'm in every CGI character from phantom menace to the president. Cool. You're living legend, can you even? Here I mean it's crazy, but I read. The big deal about it was just like we did something that had never been done before, and it really was a fun experience. It was an education, and it really made this idea of pioneering and taking a risk and taking a chance interwoven into who I am as a as an artist and a performer. I have question. Was it a hard learning curve for the other actors to interact with you since you that? How did that go? You know at first it was challenging because you know Georgia was taller than me. And, so we haven't. Behind the scenes stuff. Yeah I was wearing six inch lifts and I was wearing this jar jar helmet. Right where this band I looked like Jordan the forge from the forehead down and then. Jar was like sitting on top of my head, and so the I line everyone had to focus on this I line right and imagine that Georgia was talking. You know about six inches or of the top behead, but like my mouth is moving, so everybody would like. Do. Look look look. Look down. Look up and I'm just like online I. MEAN! What what I felt was. Interesting about it for me as an actor was, it felt a lot like not just like physical comedy, but also like puppeteer ring and. You know I had done a little puppet tearing back in the day. But you know with puppeteer in your hand is in the puppet, and you have snakes and everything so I get to be the puppet. I get to move as if like. My head is my neck, so I was just thinking like as far as like puppeteer and goes I was thinking like all right. This is the next part of the animal, and this is the head part of the animal, and that influenced all my movement, and you know it's funny, because frank is plays Yoda. was onset Phantom menace and you know he did Jota with the puppet you know. And he was like underneath the floor they built floor for him, and he would walk, and so they're like scenes where I walk out as jar jar and Yoda walks in as frank is right. Frank guys walks in his Yoda other way round, and we are both doing like twentieth and Twenty First Century puppeteer like crossing each other. That's so cool. Pretty Dope and where are you a fan of the movies before you were cast? Yeah I grew up Star Wars. A New Hope, my first movie ever that was the first movie I ever saw. That's. Been Amazing to get that role, it was a little bit unbelievable. I actually like didn't believe it until like the first day shooting because I was like Oh my God. We're here. I was just really weird. How I'm from the South Bronx New York City right so I had never thought the trajectory of my career would be in. Star Wars at all like there was. It was always this thing that was you know a part of mythology apart of fantasy, and you know I didn't grow up with very much, so you know I couldn't really afford all. The Star was stuff. And I tell this story often like we went to see star wars, I have a twin brother and an older sister. And the three of us we all go see stars with my parents, and we're all just like bouncing off the walls and. Right, but we couldn't afford any of the stuff, so we just like all talking about imagination who we'd be. Right, and so my mom goes to the fabric store in the Bronx and sees like a roll of fabric that has star wars stuff all on Luke and princess lay hunts all of an honest right, so she buys like ten yards of this fabric, and then makes us like sheets pillowcases curtains. She makes pajamas for us and Mike. We got to live in all of that stuff. That is so sweet. That's how much we loved it and she saw how much we loved it, so she like made all this stuff for us, so it's really you know. Star Wars has always been very close to me. You know personally, and then you know. Empire is my favorite movie of all time. So yeah, I mean I had always been a giant Star Wars Fan, and when I just auditioned for it. You know when you auditioned for things you try not to. Like blow it off is no big deal. Get it on get it. Home and I'm like. You walk into the. You know what they're better for me being in here. That's what it's about. That's what this whole thing is about. I'm not dish inner. Every audition is a performance. Should be paying me. You're lucky that I'm here. The level of delusion that it takes to be an actor. Founded. Thanks so much addictions. I'm actually amazing, so. I. Actually, I'm fine with everything I have, and this is not. Right, and then you get star, wars. Did you know what it was when you're auditioning? Did they make? Did they have you like? I knew it was star Wars I just didn't. They couldn't tell me anything. Everything was Hush Hush under wraps in the A and I had no idea. It's just. It's crazy. How I even got the audition. I was used to be in this show this Broadway. STOMP which is. Gone and I was installed years. And we were doing a tour in San Francisco. And long story short, because this is very crazy, long story, but long story short. I had no idea that someone in our cast was friends with the casting director for Star Wars and I had just done probably. The most self centered, arrogant, twenty-four-year-old egotistical shell that I had ever done. And it was, it was because I was I was upset at a cast member right for good reason of the set for good reason. But. He wasn't as good as me in stop and you know I'm a drummer, so I just decided to destroy him, like just. Molly and you know in a very like. Arrogant ridiculous twenty-four-year-old asshole way like I just crushed him. And Stop was always about this ensemble all. And I had the lull that night of like setting temples right right and I had been working with that cast for like months, and this guy just came in from new. York, it was just like I'm. The leader of the show, but he came in, and it was just like I'm GonNa lead the show tonight because I have friends in San Francisco and he had, he had ten year over me. Sounds like. What you can't come in, and just take my cast, but my cast new me right? They knew what I could do, and they knew how fast so all it took was like look and I was like here we go. Like all I met on the night. And I've just blasted Mike out of the war. He couldn't keep up. He was like dropping stuff. Off of it was so. Off I think back on it just like Oh. My God how what what an Asshole? But I was really disappointed in myself after the shout. Dan. The casting director for Star Wars is in the audience. The my one of my cast mates who invited her, which just like the casting director star was here and she wants you to audition now who me? You know just like yeah. So like the next took a couple of days I was driving up to skywalker ranch, and that was just like you want at skywalker ranch. We're. On its in Marin County. Wow, in nor cow. Half hour outside of San Francisco, right? It's Disney's now. George doesn't own it, but back in the day. It was Georgia's property. And I just remember like drive in Skywalker just like what is going on now. As so Java? I drive up to the ranch. You know they have this huge like before. You even say your name which you and your name POPs up on the thing and the thing opens. So you drive in the gate, and then they have like this greeting house like little smalls like what you see most studios, right? Before you get to the greeting house, there's a fire house like skywalker. Ranch has its own fire brigade like they have car, men and fire engines and fire stuff, and like every time there's a fire in Marin county. The skywalker ranch firemen go to like go. Right so. I drive up to the thing and I was like they. Chit firemen on sky. Thing that was like the most exciting about. It is like every fireman on this Guy Walker ranch, they have a fireman uniforms and the patches are x wing fighters. Awhile that fun, so I was like this is. Cool already already. My mind is like Oh my God, Yeah I. Leave. And then I have to audition for this movie and not be freaked out ninety one way and I'm just trying to play co like Oh, yeah! I talked to personal fire brigade all the time. I go to the main house. which is this huge as beautiful Victorian Mansion and addition there and you know Robin. Girl. Who was the casting director at the time? She was just like I can't tell you. Anything can't give you script. I can't tell you what the story is. I can't tell you what you're auditioning for. Does I okay well, what do you want me to do? And she was like okay, just going to do some Improv stuff and I had done a lot of Improv in New York, and when I first moved to allay you know saying so I was cool with Improv, but it was like all physical Improv was known words, and she was crying ground. Stand up, and now you do martial artist, so I just started doing like kicks and flips and all this stuff in a small space, because I knew it was like a physical. And, she was like okay. Thanks and then go back on tour. And like a month and a half later they call me back for a screen test and so fly back. I think it was in DC and I fly back from DC to do a screen test at I. L. N. and this was like the Mo cap screen tests. which everybody's used to now. Saying Mike. Catt soon and the ping pong balls on the cat. Sue like everything that people have video games and everybody's cool with that. Nobody had really seen that before, and I had never seen it before either, so go to his room and it just like put this on and I was like. This. And you have to feel. Like the balls on the outside like my bloated. On with like coming here. And then they gave me like six inch. Converse platforms so ready for whatever drag showed that they have set me up for. What I'm about to do, but I'm going to turn this out. And then they were just like all right. We're just waiting for George to show up and I was like. I didn't know that George was going to be at the screen test that nobody was telling me anything. I was just. Looking around like what's going on, and they were all these computers in a room and you know back then. That was like ninety six. You know back then. Computers were machines. Big. The monitors were three feet big. Tangled flat screen nothing. It was just like people were like. Like they was hard labor. On computers. Those shoveling coal inside heart. Computers are machines so I was like this room full of computers. Ping Pong balls and stuff, and then these cameras that are shooting infrared film at the time. 'cause digital photography wasn't a thing yet in motion pictures. Digital Cameras, but it was like infrared film that picked up the light shining on the ping pong, ball. And George walks in and he's like. You know. Central Casting George, Lucas like. Joining. The hair the home rooms. The genes like oh man. You are on brand right now. That's you. Who you are, and he was like mad. Cool and he was just. You know just walk up and down a little bit. And then I started doing some stuff that I did it. The audition, which was like lower to the ground, because at first jar are was supposed to be like this Salamander Kinda. Kinda low and slinky and I was like well. That's going to be a long six months rain. But a work on this core from the do that all right, so he was just like mom. Would you stand up and walk next I walk and? then. He was like okay. Do whatever you want. I was like all right cool, so I started doing the same thing kicks and backflips and all that stuff, and then he was like. Yeah, okay, then leaves. And I was like. Due to watch live. Man I messed up. It's so crazy being just so left in the dark about anything that's happening and also any kind of feedback of like. Is this right is? Not, like that my and You. Can Get some. Like Something nothing. Okay right and you Georgia's county even emotionally, but. was just like. Oh, you did really good I was like okay. And then like let me show you what you did. And so I walked behind the gigantic ten foot, thick monitors, and I watch what the film picked up and it was this what they call a point clap, but it was as ping pong ball skeletal outline of. A. Little like that. But. Bogging at at how the representation of it was just like. Oh, I can recognize myself in this point cloud. Yeah, and all the engineers will looking at each other like we could do this. This is good we can do. That's going to grow right exciting. Before I walked in the room, they would just like. Of Guys Who Punch in code in a computer. Then when I walked when they saw me actually working, they were just like. Oh. Yeah, this is GonNa work this. They had like put put on the suit themselves and just like tried it and they were like. Go Yeah. They were like this is bad. We have to find someone who's good at this Jimmy goodness. Yeah, because Jewish. Come to life until someone actually does it. Because George had an idea of how this character was going to move right and he was like I. Need An actor which to his credit. I think set the stage for Andy Circus and. His wonderful performances, because now directors recognize that you just can't get a body. You need an actor, right? Yeah, you see it in the Games as well like when you play NBA Two K. Twenty. It has to look like the NBA player that you're playing because we believe the movements right. We believe that that's how you know. Lebron James dunks. We believe that that's how steph curry shoots three like we're so in tune to our physicality, these as human beings. When we see something that doesn't feel right. We know right we. We know inherently we just like not. That's not and even if we can't articulate it. Our brains go I. Don't believe that amount moles US added a story, and that's like that's that phenomenon. Learn I feel like we've talked about him. Wild horses, but the UNCANNY Valley. Thing which is like things that are almost human, but not quite. Like the polar express movie, people were upset because they looked like people, but not, and it was like really weird has very wrong, yeah. I mean we as human beings. Computers and artificial intelligence are nowhere near our brains at all like they have a very very long way to go before they can do what we do. Just by being human beings so when we see stuff that doesn't feel human. We're immediately our brains recognizing to go nope I. Don't believe it. I. Don't want it. I don't want Omega. Busy story I love that. Oh, I'm so excited to know that new information. That was the first CGI character played by an actor amazing. I can't wait to tell people that information than parrot back your story directly to. Seeing this anything. Yeah Man. Incident Michael Jackson which was out. Tell you but listening. I truly leaned in 'cause I I must know. Had this weird moment with Michael Jackson. The! Normal one with him. I. If you ever if you've ever met anybody who you've idolized as a child, you hold them in this like really really high regard right? Yeah, and you don't want to do anything you know. That adage that says never meet your heroes. You know what I'm saying. You? Don't WanNa do anything that either makes them hate you or you you you meet them and you're just like man. You're at jerk I don't even WanNa. Be Near Yeah Well We me and George and Natalie Portman Georgia's kids. We all went to see Michael. Tax at Wembley. In while we shooting phantom menace. Michael Jackson showed up and down and George, did captain EEO and I'll know if I'm dating myself, but Cavallo was disliked three eighty experience at Epcot in Pharma Disneyworld. Kid and remember it say area clearly, and it was really cool, because they would blow like Aaron you if something happened. They did like sensory sort of things. And you know. He sang songs, and it was all about the environment, and it was daddy's weird muppets. George had like. Stayed in touch with Michael, Jackson for a Lotta Years Right. Michael was a huge Fan Star Wars, and and you know. He knew Georgia's kid, so we were in the royal box and Wembley. and. The such strange day we win the box and we're watching Michael Jackson and here's incredible right, so, but before the end of the show right so we're sitting in Wembley and behind this wall, and I'm sitting like that and Georgia's next me. Natalie onto the MIA. Mottley were like huge Michael Jackson fans, and so we just tripping over Georgia's kids there. We just haven't bugging out singing. beat it right and then this dude. Comes out from the wall behind us like. would you follow me, please? Right and I'm like what? Who is this Guy Right? And where did he come from? So he opens the wall and there's a secret passage way. Stairs Wembley arena broom were backstage. There's this triage of people who have passed out because apparently like there's some kind of a hospital bed situation for people who get so excited about Michael Jackson. I. It was a bunch of British people completely unconscious 'cause they're like. Michael Jackson are. Past how insane! I'm walking through this like makeshift little with Michael Jackson exciting. Go backstage. And the creepy guy points to this like curtain. Creepy British man he points to this curtained-off. Back then and so we go through the creepy area and. Michael Jackson like put on by now I. Don't know why my brain did this, but there had been stories about Michael Jackson bleaching scam. And? There was all of these things about Michael Jackson. Mike wanting to be white and not love him being black and all of this stuff and then Michael Jackson came out and was just like Nah I got a skin condition vitiligo, and then people were just like. No, you don't Michael Jackson, you don't WanNa. Be Playing, right? Now like I have a skin condition, and so there was this rumors. Skin condition. Does he hate his blackness? What is it right? My brain immediately goes to that. I'm more fine of black. Look it like you're in here. You're valuable. I will find the black on you. Putting on a shirt, right? Hyper. Focused vision all of a sudden I. Have I'm like? Superman X ray vision like stippled, participated, looking for the blackness might. I'm just like can't fight. It Michael redesigned his hands, shake my hand, and on his fingertips. Of Yeah, it was Ryan. How's fingertips little Brown's lodges. Of It, go right. And I was like it's true you have vitiligo. And what he did was the glove I was gonNA say was covering the ally. Daddy had right. So that's why the glove this is like breaking news. While while. Fingers right shook. His hand saw two fingers. and. Then he taped his fingers right to cover the. and. That's why he war like the tape on his fingers all. If you watch Michael Jackson videos, you'll see like he has some stuff on his hand right and it's covering the browns. Plot is because he was embarrassed at I. Go I was like Oh. Is that were interesting. That is real Michael goes out finishes the show. He does heal the world his mama's. There does a whole bunch of random children, and then just like Oh, all right, and then he disappears into the floor. DOT, rate! Doubtless Fan this has to. Medecin, yeah, that's amazing creepy. Guy Shows. Right. Where you come from. His and I. Always always honoring him somewhere. Like what's this guy? He shows up for me, please. We all go outside. And we go to driveway by outside of Wembley does like. A caravan of Toyota minivans right. Michael Jackson POPs out on one at a Toyota minivan and he's wearing the Fedora. The epaulettes the captain joint. Right he's in Michael Jackson. Wear right and I'm like Oh snap there. He is in full regalia right. And inside the truck is Lisa Marie Presley which I was just like scandal. Jeff got? These Marie Presley and like ten fifteen kids right. And so Michael gets out. He's like y'all. Thank you for coming to my show, and then George steps up and he's like. Remember my kids and Michael's like Oh. My God, I remember you causing. You. Were babies cool and he was like. This is Natalie Portman. Fan of your work Blah right and then he goes. This is jar jar, binks and Michael Goes like dis. Oh! Straight up. Like. Michael Jackson This is some high voice. This is Dr. Mike don't like he got. Gary Indiana. how that is so rude. And I was like. That's Weird Even say that like well. Nice to me you. All right. So. He's like okay. Thanks, guys. We're back to the high voice. He's come CHARLOTTA. Guessing the minivan they all drive off. We got to have a drink and I'm like Hey George Massey question. Why did you introduce me as jar jar banks, and why all of a sudden is Michael Jackson? Like masculine voiced, and he goes well Michael wanted to be judge. and. I wanted to do it with prosthetics and makeup like he did. That is not where I thought that was me. George Helm. Why would i. Don't like I. was. You're telling him now like I'm there and you're breaking the news that he ain't get the part and I'm the Guy Mel Jackson for Michael Jackson. Mike. Actual Choice! Of? His his woman as an actor, finding out, he didn't get the part which feels bad and you have to pretend it's fine, and then you're looking at person who took the role and he just he's in front of Georgia. You just go I mean that's that's amazing. Like I was like what he probably. Why would you do that to me? I love it local drama. He just. was like he's like. Let's see what happens. What's Michael. Jackson going to do to me? That's right. So! While Mary. Metal Jackson, Michael Jackson. It was crazy. Man I WanNa ask you about your connection to star wars from growing up and Oh. Yeah, tell us a little bit about what it's meant to you. What connection is I remember? We owned the V. H.. S. IS THE VHS is. being thank you the video. Of. Episode of four five and six and I didn't I didn't like. See it in the theater anything, but my brother I think did. My parents definitely did and so it wasn't like fully. It wasn't something that I came up knowing about, but I remember at a certain point came across his vhs, I and I was like well. This looks interesting and I started watching a new hope and I got so into it and around that time to I was like. Playing a flute in band. And, so you know I joined a group of people who were also really. And so I became a a big fan through that, and then it that was getting close to the time I think when phantom menace was coming out, so we all went to the theater together to see it and yeah, it was like a a big. Topic of Fandom in my friend group I remember, and then my fiance Matt is a massive Star Wars Fan, so it was very much a part of our our lives together now, so that must have been really exciting when you got this role on the. Site! Now you're part of the particle. Cannon Yeah I. Think I think so I. Think how it works. Disney right. Questioning I wondering that to everyone keeps asking me is this. And I'm just yeah. I hope. Yeah. We've had this debate about so many different things that people come on and tell us something is Canon and something is legend and I feel like we've been taught a bunch of times, and we can't retain it, so we can't really answer. It's a strong. Really strong. Maybe so really cool. You get to have star wars on your resume so the outage. Did it work with you shooting? You're adroit in this, so his near like a suit or is it? Do you interact with people? Like? How does it work? It was really interesting. The the man who designed and built the WHO built eighty-three was also inside the suit, so I built it to to fit his body and he's he's done like he's played c. three pl at conventions and things, so he's very much in the droid. World knows those movements, and so we talked A. A lot about eighty three, and how I was envisioning her movements, and then I also like I had this whole system of communication in front of me. I sat in the control room with the producers where we had the bondholders Wash Med. Onscreen and I had a mike that was like a God mike kind of where I would talk into and the sound, so I could banter, and then I had a separate Mike, that would go to the headset to Gordon inside the suit, and so it's harder. Yeah, yeah, we tried this a few times where I was like okay. I'm. Trying to like devote, but eventually I sort of gave up on the talking head, then talking because we kind of figured out. He's sort of got to know my. The rhythm of my voice, and how he can like animate that so so yeah, there was It was it was wild, but it was so interesting like a plane with Ahmed, and we had so many instances where we needed to riff, and like banter with each other and I, it was wild to do it with someone I'm watching on TV and not someone actually physically standing next to, but I feel like I got so used to. It pretty early on. It felt really natural. Yeah! You made it really easy. You really did because it. Standing next to Droy. With no expression. Saying like. Gordon who played the Detroit, he would like. Turn me and he'd be like. And then? Something hysterical. Might think about it from that. From your back. There's this body and then we're. So Weird. Married, did you? Study up to be able to like banter within this world, or did you feel like stuff that you're really familiar with no there? There are a lot of like droid specifics that I didn't know like. Audio receptors or ears, and even like I made some joke about look I went. There are a lot of bathroom jokes made, and so they love him here. We Love Them. There were. Standards and practices and people who were in the control room with me being like Mary I. Remember I tried to do a joke. Where Okay said to Gordon I was like okay instead of. I'm going to be like instead of using the forest. I'M GONNA use the floss and then I want you to fly. Gore was like got it, and then so I, said it, and then they were like okay so mary. Flossy doesn't exist in the Star Wars. So. We can't use that Joe so there were like very specific. Like okay, you can't do this, but you can't. Why wouldn't dance existed? In the start. That's so weird. That's arbitrage. That's interesting because it kind of like there are so many things and actually space balls is kind of a good example of this, but we're everything is just like a hair off of what it really is right right so like you'd have to call it something else. You know what I mean like. That's a that's an interesting problem to face when you're improvising in that setting, because you wanna just the able to say whatever you want, and then you're like. Oh this doesn't this thing doesn't exist there? Okay? Yeah, like maybe the word helmet does I. Don't know there are probably things that do so. Yeah, that's where it was interesting, so yeah, I had like notes on my a mate. That I kept of like refresher is the word for bathroom audio receptor is a word for years like I should joke about being dunked in oil and all this. Specifics but I feel like Ahmed. You are super comfortable, but like you I have much more knowledge of the universe than I do, but you seem very comfortable with those yeah. I was really like you know I've been a part of this thing for a long time and I. was there Pre Disney? So there's a there's a lot that I could get away whenever I. I was directly. You know with George creating this thing, so you know anytime like there was a question about it. I'd be like well I said in. The cone so. What are you going to do? that. I can't take that movie away Go through their Disney. Snp I can. Is it possible? Is it possible to? Can we do it and I was just like come on. It's just is doing. If, it's not gonNA work and we'll do something else. That's the magic of data talk right. With his hard drives right? Yeah, I mean what made it. Really easy was just marry wishes, soul, smart and fast, so most of my stuff is just reacting from her IOS, ailing was. I just was so happy to go wherever she went. And you know. I just listened and responded in on. She made me look, great. Thank, you oh well. 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This audio bill original podcast releases new episodes every Friday and it's available on your favorite podcast right now, and while you're listening, be sure to search for and subscribe to truth versus Hollywood and Apple Podcasts, spotify iheartradio or your favorite podcast APP and start figuring out what really happened in these movies or in real life. And we're back. That break was so. I got. A couple of miles. WJR! Nine months. Was Nap, I feel terrible. Time okay, so we watch space balls this episode and you know. What did you guys think? Have you seen this movie before I saw it in the data's yeah, yeah in eighty seven. And what was that? What did you think it was hilarious like I'm wondering what it was like when it came out? I'm a big Mel Brooks Fan. Like I just love Mel Brooks ever since like blazing saddles and young Frankenstein are just. Just heavy rotation ever since I was a kid me and my father's a cinematographer. So. Film is like a huge deal in my house. An would watch everything. Father watched everything and he would like see. This is why they did this camera. Move in why the light looks like this, so you know I was the only kid in the South Bronx, who had a book on the Coffee Table? That said Fellini on Fellini. That's how. was as a sinophile. but he was also really into like comedy and comedy records so I have a Lotta Woody Allen. I had bill cosby records see these things mean they're soon now. Know. The Yeah now. Lucy K.. Christ. Here. But we also had mel brooks records. Nothing, thank God no. Gear and like we had every we have all the Mellberg stuff and blazing saddles was big. Which Richard Pryor was a writer on blazing saddles. We have richer pirates do. Books did this movie called history of the world where he was Louis, the fourteenth and he had a rap. And so he was like one of the first comedians who wrapped always huge into malbork. Someone's Baseball's came out I was like Oh, I'm in and Rick Moranis and bill. PULLMAN really took. Those. And and Mel Brooks and Star Wars so I'm never gonNa see it in God this is great. Yeah, there's a lot of like east. Coast new. York humor in you. Know the like the whole of the Schwartz and you know because. We grew up with a lot of that as as as you know, just neighborhood talked being in this incredibly diverse neighborhood in the Bronx. So I you know immediately got the humor an loved. It thought it was really great. It was like a lot of toilet humor and a Lotta potty humor but I. You know the thing I remember as a kid that that made me laugh so hard was like Rick Moranis in the in the dark helmet. Yeah, and he was like breathing in. And the pass open. He's like I can't read. The boys. Change was very fun. It's the great intro to really funny yeah. I loved it from jump Mary. About you. When's the last time you saw it I? Thought I feel like it was around. Again when I was in marching band. I was introduced formative period. More ways than one. What. It was yes, but the I was introduced to a lot of Star Wars. Films Space Balls. I remember being one of them so I. I saw it like Middle School early high school for the first time I haven't seen it in so long watching it was was a real trip. That's funny. Yeah, all right well. Let's Walk You all through the synopsis everyone out there, it's pretty quick Not One of our long. Wrong synopses of these movies, but this one's real, quick and distant Galaxy Planet Space Ball has depleted its air supply, leaving its citizens reliant on products called Perry air in desperation space balls, leader President Group orders, the evil dark helmet to kidnap Princess, VESPA. Rich Drew Giridih A- and hold her hostage in exchange for help, or is for the princess in the form of renegades, space, pilot, Lonestar and his half man half dog partner BARF. BARF. I love John. Anyway my husband and I were just rewatching uncle buck, and that he is so funny. Brilliantly is amazing John Candy man rest rest easy, yes Nicole. What was your opinion on this film okay. I mean people were like? You'RE GONNA love it like my roommate John. Millhauser was like you're gonNA love it. He was so excited to watch it with me, and he would just not hearing, and I would be like stone silent because I was like. This isn't funny to me. I, agree I agree? Excited to talk to you because I was like I'm sitting here and I get why it is funny. Yes, but I'm going. I'm just not but I did feel like if this came out right one star wars, yes, was happening lascher. This humor is very like airplanes kyle. Yes. Yeah, totally so that was like a trend and it felt like. If you were really into star wars, it would be so fun to go to the theater. Laugh at this movie and make fun of it because you don't have a lot of outlets for that. At that point, it's like this the whole big movie making fun of it. That's great, but I did. Find myself thinking like. Oh, not finding yeah parts were I'm. The my favourite part I'll tell you. My favorite part was when that little thing. That sort of like alien reference like whatever pops out and then does the dance to the counter. I laughed. I laughed a little bit of Joan rivers. I thought she was very funny. Yeah, but yeah, the more I thought about it. I was like we've consumed like twenty. Some odd years of Star Wars in a couple of months these had a huge break into one of the movies, and then this movie coming out, so it was like a nice little. What is a Moosh Bush is that a pilot Clinton? Oh Yeah. The moves Bush. I like moosh boost to homeboy. Moosh I can't believe it wrong now. I long. I don't it was not for me. There was no luke. Bill pullman was supposed to be like. Yeah! But it ended with a wedding. Yes, because we always want them to kiss more. In that. You. Were excited when they. Always want them to kiss more. Our biggest complaint, we. That's your biggest complaint for star, wars in general's. Yes, they don't. His hissing. And I also was one thing I did say after it was like this is the best length of star. Trek, it's an hour and a half. Yeah, every other star wars movies like two and a half hours, and it's real dedication of your time to watch it. This was gone in a minute but Nicole this you made a good point that we've been watching this all compact it in this time that like if you get ten years between a movie, a two and a half hour movie probably feel great. But we're like I just watched a two and a half hour one. So we feel like everything could be faster. Found a lot to like yeah Do you want to read this trivia? Sure if you're also just say. I really hated Pizza Hut I. Thought he was, so this is. A lot of food stuff that I was like yes, boy, and then he eight hundred. At the end that was upsetting, okay so Trivia George Lucas got a chance to read the screenplay before production began and loved it so much that he decided to have his Special Effects Company. Help with the movie and L. isn't that wild. What makes me like it more actually same in a because? It's like fun when someone can just poke fun at them, yes yeah. That's cool. That's cool. An example of this is the Millennium Falcon Cameo appearance in the movie can be spotted parked at the space steiner among the other space vehicles. I did not clock that fine clone. No meet me I also. Really liked the joke where they were talking about the Merch, and it was like everything was able space balls the place. All's the sheet and actually wanted this baseball's March I mean I'm a sucker for the merge I. mean how easily swayed into buying Merch Yaar. It's all I want. I was like I saw the space balls. The T shirt and I was like I want that. Movie I want this. It's good. Did like a likely broke the fourth wall and they were like well. We're going to try to watch space balls movie to find where they are. Turned back around that, it was actually part. Agrees. Is the master of spoofs like. A, he does spoof so well, but but it is a the humor is so different than what spoof would look like now. Totally and I think him as yogurt was funny. What An. According to Mel Brooks George. Lucas loved this movie so much. He wrote him a letter after its premiere saying he thought he was going to bust something from laughing so hard so. It is nice. The escape pod launch sequence is an unused clip from star wars episode for new help. Provided to Mel Brooks by Lucasfilm. That's nice. How are there so many unused clips from these movies? These movies are two and a half hours long. You use all of the footage if You're. The beginning. Oh. Sorry, go ahead! What would you? Say Well. You're shooting for like six months right? So much. Yeah. There's a lot that's. It's crazy to shoot for six months. And then not all of it makes it into the movie. I shopped. Here's let his nut yet. Yeah! I shop for two years because it was like for me, was I had to do all the principal photography with Ash, and then I had to go to all the stuff with Iowa. I did like two movies. As that finally battle scene in phantom menace me by myself running around. industrial lights and magic, jumping on things and throwing things you know for like A. Team, to think about you doing it now. This is what I was saying when we were talking about Fantas- I was like if people knew the work that went into this, it'd be saying other things. Like that final battle scene is like an entire Buster Keaton movie. If you watch if there's a there's a buster Keaton movie where he like running away from barrels, rolling down hills instead. Yeah, that's exactly what that final battle scene with George wanted to. A, a big battle scene, but he wanted to feel a buster Keaton. Movie. We would watch like buster, Keaton, and analyze the film is a really great. He's a wonderful filmmaker like really intricate. Really into detail really knows what he's talking about so we were like. Sit and watch buster Keaton movies for hours, and then he would just point out what he liked what he didn't want what he wanted how we wanted me to move. How wanted feel and then I would just do it? I would just do my best and doing it I. If you watch like the buster, Keaton movie in that final battersea like side by side, you'll see a lot of similarities that's go. One last little bit of Trivia about this movie. The BARF costume was operated by three people, which surprises me John Already BARF. His call. Wealth to assistance, each control ear, and his costume was powered by a thirty pound battery that he wore on his back. ooh! See. As wrong! Baseball's has a five fifty seven percent on rotten tomatoes, but an eighty-three percent audience score. The people yeah well I mean I'm glad we watched. It feel like I was waiting for this moment for so long. It's fun to because there is such a stars as such a weighty universe like there's. So, much built around it and its decades long and so expansive, and has there's so serious I mean there are aspects of it that are are lighter and funny but the. Space Biologists undercuts all of that and it just makes fun of every single aspect which is, it's nice. It's sort of like. You get to like have a deep breath after consuming so much. Absolutely and you know George has such a great sense of humor, and he likes poking fun at his universe at the world. You Know Seth. Green and Matt Sinnreich who do robot chicken when they did. The Robot Chicken Star Wars special like George, was one hundred percent on board with that, and then they did an animated series. That hope will come out one of these. that George was involved with quote detours, and it's like it's the same robot chicken riders and George. Guy Collaborated on this thing, and it's all about the opening of the death star and they treated the death star like it was like opening a shopping mall. Definitely it's so funny. It was like one of the funniest shows that I've done with Seth. Green and Matt and George and loved it, and right before I came out the Disney sal winter, so it never saw. Man I hope it does someday. I hope so too. Because like the spirit of Star Wars has always been the ability for it to like. Really make fun of itself and be self deprecating on the outside. Like Georgia's cool with that. You know he's not into like insulting it, but he really is into like poking fun at all the little things. And finding the levity in it, so tradition continues. You know a Mo. Brooks is just like such a master. Yeah, I think that though that's also Jedi Temple, challenge to me feels like an instance of like leaning into the side of the universe that is a has more levity, and is for kids and for kids and adults, but but is has a a brightness to it in a a humor that I think it's. It's cool to explore that aspect of the. There's a hope to it. You know at at the end of the at the end of the day. Star Wars is all about that hope it's that belief in the universal. Is that. We can overcome you know the the darkest part of us. If we stay true and stay loyal and stay hopeful, you know, Luke skywalker journey is all about the hope of redeeming his father, and it can skywalker stories, the hope of redeeming himself, and would I temple challenge. We're all sitting there. Hoping these kids win like we were. Hoping. We just like. A just in the control room like. How old are they? They're richmond eleven fourteen. Okay, and there are these moments where we're in the control in the final challenge, as that's the only kind of timed challenge, and his time is ticking down and they're getting close to like maybe not being able to finish. Everybody in the control was I'd pins needles. Are they going to? And we're like yelling at the screaming. Get it as we really want them to succeed, you know we want them to be something and then the message. Even if you don't succeed all you gotTA. Do is go back and get some more training, not like all right. Sorry Pal, but. That was your one chance. Job. Well, go back and get some training and then come back and do this again and the mount even house. The joke was like she was like. Hey, master back! How long did it take you to? Finish the trials and that was like I'd like to not talk about that right now. So it is, it is about embracing the possibilities of failing upward and trying and and keeping the hope alive to. Succeed in time in your time. You know I like that. Yeah and I think with our experience like the watching movies. That is something that has stuck out to me. That made has given me like you know chills or made WanNa cry at certain points news movies where like they? They are, have the really hopeful. Or just the feeling of like Being Goo good versus evil, like it's just like it's really nice But yeah. We've learned a lot. Haven't we? Nicole? You've learned so much and so little all at the same time. Like Algorithm! Of Space Balls I didn't. Contest. smalls. Interested in you meeting Michael Jackson. Well. Is there anything you to promote talk about where we can watch? the Jedi temple challenge whereas that available for everyone. Yeah, where is that? Mary Where is that? It's you could go to the Star Wars, kids website you can watch videos there, or you can go on the Star Wars, kids, youtube channel, and the episodes are there and they're totally free, and they're up on Youtube and on the website, so they would be accessible to more kids. Of no pay. Yeah, no pay while that's all around. The world can watch it now and if you go to my I g page, I. Usually Link To. We do my stories and do my profile. So, you gotTA. Do is go to stories and swipe up and you'll find the link amazing. Is there anything else you would like to promote their view? WHAT MARY! What are you doing? What's what's? Gosh. I'm on another show. That's actually also up on Youtube for free. It's on the comedy. Central Channel called Robbie eight episodes of the season of Robbie are up and it's really fun. It's a fun watch. and and that is great. Mary is so funny in it like Mary. who were so good and Ravi? Texted late at night and I was like I like you. People should watch it because you're so good on it. Thank you haven't done to watch it yet. And now I'm going to watch it. All I'm going to. It you. Yes. We are going to. Read a five five Star Review Five Star Wars Review segment okay. What have you done to me? This is from Liz Wafer. WAZER I dunno hating star, wars always been part of my identity. My friend theme had cleaning match over how bad the franchises in a Chinese restaurant on Christmas Day right after seeing force awakens and theaters. Nice Jewish family next was asked to be moved. Now somehow. I'm ten movies deep in this series. Because of how obsessing at this podcast Nicole more environmentally reduced Mita hysterical laughter and tears, and occasional shouts of answers to their questions as if they could actually hear me. This podcast has been a true gift and a real treat in quarantine. If you ever do another season I beg of you to watch Lord of the rings well. One. Thank you live. This is the perfect time to announce then that we will be covering Lord of the Rings I season two. Oh. Lord I am already devastated and scared. I'm scared. I'm not. I feel overwhelmed at the amount of us if we have to me. Those are like three hour. Tako by so fast what people say? I have a couple hobbit stories, too. Is With the habits that. Really interesting. Came over from New Zealand to Australia while we were shooting attack of the clones. How hung out? And it was interesting. My Gosh Yeah it. A couple Elsa. Old Yeah, you need. It was crazy. It was badly and a couple of habits. and. Orlando Bloom that is funny way to start a story, so it was me Natalie limit. PORTLAND Orlando Bloom. Some hobbits elves. L. For. We had some nights the. Really Fascinating. So Ladies. Back with new episodes later this summer on the same feeds, you can just stay. Subscribe right where you are, and you'll find us. Yes, Oh, that's a wrap on this season of newcomers. We WanNA think all of our amazing guests who came on and we also WANNA think. Melissa Melnik Clare Slaughter Farris. On she. Ryan rat or newsletter? This is honestly. What has happened the every single episode when Nicole off. Bulls! Phonetically I knew I. Got The phonetic. Posted just reading the names I know. As a right. Clare Slaughter Farris, Monchy and Ryan riders Ma who helped them and helped? Make it come to life. Birds. There was. A moment when I saw that Nicole was going to read that paragraph and I want who I have. A like acuity. Appreciate the thought that went into I think. Just real. Hard and wrong. If you'RE GONNA. Be Wrong! Be Loud and. I love that very loud and wrong. I JUST WANNA. Say thank you to everyone who's been a guest on the show and thank you Nicole for. Doing this with me because I think it's been. It's been so fun eye opening fine to watch these movies that we've been hearing about our whole lives and it was. They couldn't have been a better way to do it than to do it with you so I'm so glad I agree. Lauren, thank you I think you're a real treat, and it's been so nice getting to spend time with you even though it has not person anymore I know it's been really nice, so do anything you want to plug on our final episode before we. I think you should watch lauren on good girls I tried to get a picture of your billboard of the wrong MRI on vine, but I looped around, and then looped around again in some missed it twice, and it was need to go live. My life had already taken down there like. We watch learning everything. She got a pediatrician and she's perfect. Oh and follow Nicole's Patriot and her many other podcasts want you date me best friends with US years? Mehta get her book very very brave. Get it from a black owned bookstore. We have hosted many links to these things on our on our social media and Do it like get this book. It's Hilarious I. Flip through it and just every page is a delight. It is amazing and. Beautiful, it's hilarious everything you've written in their. The captions are amazing everything to this book, so thank you all for following us, and we'll see you later this summer with Lord of the Rings and if you've ever seen it, then I hope you stick around. Lord of the Rings Mary Has Gotten so excited. All my God I can't wait. I can say it word for word. Really. Wow all right well. Thank you so much for being on. Actually appreciate it. We'll see you guys later summer day by. That was a hit gum podcast.

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41. Girl Talk (w/ Wild Horses)

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41. Girl Talk (w/ Wild Horses)

"One two three four five six seven eight Arthur bell. 'cause we. Barbecue saw hiking high lab kiss? I'm really excited right now. We're gonna play a sleepover game. Wait a minute. Now. I'm really excited. You're like our brother who just snuck in and his cO put you having. Wild horses. Let's introduce. Everyone say your name, everyone listening knows who is who when they're speaking from that, we often realize doesn't work out. So my name is Mary Holland. So when are normal voice. Yeah. My name is Erin weizer. Hi, I'm Stephanie Allen. I'm Erin weizer. Your fun. I'm alan. News with the news. Did you play girl talk growing up? We have the old board game girl talk here right now. Yeah. I think my sister had I know she played it with her friends. But I don't know if I was ever allowed to play. Oh, yeah. I did play it. I think in my cousins like refinished basement, you did you have games that you and your sister would play. Yes. We played pony jumpers which she did not like, but I forced the play and we played labyrinth which we both loved. What is pony jumpers? You play ponies and you jump over. Oh, so it's physical body game. No, it's we were. I truly thought it was like we pony jumpers again. Sisters like sure, Erin. That cute little horse, and you love all the dice to win. Certain. Oh, my weight, you remind me of something I loved what were they they were these little like my little pony type things that you place in little stable. They came on green things little feet LA. I loved those N Polly pockets and stuff. I always loved anything tiny that you set up, and it was like really dedicated loved tiny adult house. My mom would always bringing back like little food for. Yeah. Yeah. I'm gonna I'm actually starting a collection now of miniatures. I love. That's so good to know. And so easy to. Collecting miniatures too. But like little lead turns out they were led. Lead like de miniatures little guys with swords stuffing contain. But I think my mom through them all out when lead was outlawed. They were like Stephanie. What about you? Did you guys you have siblings? Do you guys play games together? Yeah. Lot. But not I I was actually confusing. This with dream foam dream phone was when we your. Yeah. Mall nadan. This was in that too. Agnes? They're all great. This is a game. I had a brother growing up, obviously. So I didn't get to play this game or own it. And this was like, the wouldn't even let you own oppressing main. But I just only play this like my friends houses, if they had an older sister basely, it was like that was the only way that would end up happening, and it was very special, and it's like a truth or Derek to game for ten year old girls who happen to have perms. I love girls on the cover have like didn't have a Perm. Oh my God. Did you guys ever do that your hair? Oh, yeah. I'm a permed Queen. I. Not all stickers except one. Gods zits tickets now, I know which gave this thing. So well, it was so hard to set up who's up. I'm impressed. This this middle piece was like so difficult. It's like the twisty part of the board where it spins. And you tells you what you have to do where did you get an Josh God it somewhere? Josh's? I think I could find that on the internet. He's going to this weird s closet of old car. Are you got fifty copies girl talk? The. This should play. I'm so jealous that you had an older brother actually would've wanted the older, brother. But when I would go to friends houses at that age. All I wanted to do is find ways to sneak into their room. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Well, when he had a friends over I love because I would just think lurking outside. They played video games. Ask your brother. I just wanted to smell the teenage bedroom. Yes, I had a friend who had still love that. You love that. I love the smell of teeny tiny a lot of hot water. Michael, Jordan Cologne. Tommy, boy, water was huge in my school water. Cool water. I drank injury. And I thought it was gonna taste good. Different the sleepy smells where from the awake, smells, and you. These are not thoughts that I had because I haven't had. Yeah. I did too. And I did not have those. Yeah. Older sisters were dream for us too. We had one friend who had a hot older sister. And she played rugby turns out, you maybe had more influence on me than I thought. But she was like she would like sprint on the treadmill in the basement had big boobs. But that was where the video games where too. So we were allowed to play. But you couldn't turn around look at her butt in. You can see her reflection in. Just watch boobs bouncing when you're like twelve I'll try to playing games. Ideal for you. Now, I love rugby pitch and video games. I miss you. For name. I wanna hear about your Perm. Yeah. Oh, I had a Perm. I was eight years old when I had my first term. This is the most southern shit. I've heard. Because also everyone was getting glamor shots done. That's that's a very southern. Do you have those? I never got them. But I did I like got the Perm to have glamour shots, and I never got glamor shots. But I had a Perm. And then I had a permit again when I was sixteen. I went and got another one how did that work out for you? It didn't work out. Great shower with that. Like, how does our hoops right back up? Shower within forty eight hours, though. That's how I Kate. That's right. I've never seen that really. Wired Laurie with love to have a sleepover. It's so good. So it's been like I wanna watch shame here. And then I watched it last year, and it was still at on. Freaking talking introduced one element of this game that I didn't remember. Okay. Four corners to the board. And there are these different triangle cards and one says special moments when says career the ones marriage and children home demented shit. For girls to sleep when you're selling me. It's very why are we the way we are? I wanna know what's on these cards. I wanna read a little bit of the instructions we're not going to really use them because they're so involved. You win you get out of medical school. And he come wife. Yeah. Oh. So the instructions are written in a way where it looks notebook paper with like extra notes added in the in handwriting like ones that sticker sheet, those gross read things and also I was playing this before I ever had is like I didn't really know what that one put this on your face. You put on your face. If you like fuck up what if shameful game? Yeah. And so you'll need a blind horse thing. You can have in life is bad skin story every girl and boy ever gonna hit that bass though. So you mean to demonize something that literally happens to every? Yeah, you need a blindfold and ice cube coin radio shoelaces Q book, any kind of do paper and pencil telephone book newspaper lemon dish makeup and a few friends you trust the most asterisk most trusted only. This is very privileged game. Who has all that shit? Lemon. Just try to find a book and. How? Be reference could be maybe some of the men in your house. The men read books because you're you're making food. This show. This is insane. Also, if I sent you if I said my daughter's having a sleepover come on over. Here's a list of things to bring an enlisted that sound like something fucked in Cuba. Any kind of what to do and how to win win fortune cards by acting out? Crazy stunts telling your innermost secrets if you can trust your friends to keep them as the game and play well enough to win one fortune card in each category marriage career special moments and children's special then you'll get an extra special treat as winner. You'll get the chance to take a fantasy fantasy trip in the future and read your special girl, talk fortune. Wait what we get to take a trip? I don't know how that works. I think are you guys paying for this. Okay. So you have to realize we actually enter into a binding with Erin where? Go go to Hawaii. Talk on the podcast. Special moment. Okay. So we're let's just try. Let's just spin and see what happens then we'll try to follow the instructions, Mary you're gonna go first. Okay. It says keep this at sticker close by. But not too. I always have a sticker close by. Those listening at home Mary. No, I didn't. I saw this question early. I didn't wanna have it. Okay. So your question is name a character from a book or movie you'd like to be an why? Okay. Can you trust us? I don't know. Trust you guys and there's a five they're five points. Okay. If you do it if you're not a Chandu it, but they're not all that easy to dear. Wait now. Hold on. Here's what you list, the teachers. No one hand on the crystal knob and spin easy now don't wreck the game. Now. Reno allowed the crazy center special question that is showing what happens next. Well, read on if you dare if you're brave enough to tell the truth or dare to do the stunt go to it. Don't take too long doing the stunt. You'll bore your friend. You'll bore your friend break. It don't four people. There are time limits for most don't overdo it. No son should take more than two minutes. If you aced the stunt or question you win the number of pointless below the instruction. Congratulations. What happens if you try to stump? But you just can't do it can't do push-ups and under one minute or walk twenty steps bouncing book on your head to bad, no points for you. If you don't wanna try this doner answer the question, you're really in trouble. Maybe you're afraid of looking nerdy. Or you don't want to admit some deep dark secret. Well, you obviously won't win the game. And worse yet you have to put a zits sticker on your business. Cruel wanna kill myself. This is written by the meanest. You have this. Five roll, man. Unfortunately, this is definitely run by an old white toothed sicker. Sickener facing Ono you have to wear it the whole game. Now, put it on don't sheet you have to put it some place where everyone can see it. No hiding behind your ear that was going to be. Now, if the point Princess is doing her job, she should know when a players one fifteen points that lucky player will then get to take one fortune card in any category. Don't read the card yet. In fact, don't even look at it. Just let face down in front of you. When you get fifteen more point to when another card sorry, but extra points Kampe carried over to the next card. So if you win to two ten pointers fifteen point. Okay. So whatever I know what who what where we have all gone to sleep at this slumber party or reading if you're lucky enough to win the four cards each category games over. Okay. No shut your baby blues. Is that is and concentrate it's time to pick up and read your fortune cards. Okay. So basically, you just wanna get card. So I'm gonna say we get a card for everything we do. And then we read them. Okay. Should we think this game's discriminatory? No. I said it's for blue eyed, young girls only. Okay. So what? Early asked the question, Mary, what character from a book or movie, would you like to be okay? And please tell us why don't sheet. Okay. So I mean, there's lots, but I guess the one that comes to mind is probably I'd like to be Frodo Baggins from the book or the movie and mostly because. He's really special and he goes under adventure in. He's really brave and I like I like taking too long house measure. The worst thing you do is bore your friends at this part about my hopes and dreams and important to me. And I really like his mission. I think is very cool. So the rain. In the thing to destroy the ring and the marriage career special moments or children, we're gonna skip. No, there's no point. Should we wait to read it the enter read it now? I wonder what these cards all get one. I can look at it and tell you if I should read it. No, no, no, errands. Turn. She's going to spin the magical center K here. I go see it's hard, isn't it really hard? Go. The other way took a twenty five year old board game. All right. Thank you have to not. Yeah. The light of your wrist sentence from redesign it's from a book while holding upside down. Oh. Dare I'm embarrassed that you want thicker. No, yes. No. Yes. Need to get a book an improv podcast. Direction. We're all master improvise. Let's just. Find a page. Turn it around. Oh, fierce fairytales, good luck. Reading upside down. Am I reading it backwards as well or am? I just trying to read it correctly. None of us would have any idea while holding it now if I was reading about figure it might be able to put it to go. Twin peaks. Sorry, I never came the evil eye. Money evil woodcutter and his friends were trying to destroy my pussy when I came. I happened to hear of all of their plans. So I fucking stays and they wanted to destroy your pussy you? Pick a category. Moment beginning the sleepovers were what I thought they were when I was a kid why these imagine girls being dirty and girls liking Lord of the ring. This is this is very nice for me. Okay. Really went. Sometimes people have a lot of fun playing. Where would you go on your dream vacation? Who would you take? I got who. I don't know if you'll take your way. My family. This game before. I'm bored boring. Okay. Take a car, and where would you go? Where would you go wherever they go. Where would you go? Iceland with your family. Never picked marriage marriage or just to get a variety career perfect. Right. My turn. I'm so excited. I'm very nervous about spinning. Yeah. When you have to do is it the other way. Yeah. Left is easier. I tried left. I I don't know. Call a friend and asked to borrow her favourite outfits. To go. My wife will never answer. Call for me, period. Until you get somebody Pearl your favorite out. Crazy when the like, you call a friend, and how come I wasn't invited to the trying to make someone feel bad for? Can't believe recalling girl. This is nuts. This is so fun. Hi, hi, babe. I'm playing a game of girl talk with wild horses. And I need to ask a girl if I borrow her favorite outfit. Can I borrow your favorite outfit? Of course. You can't. Thank you angel. I'm sorry to bother you at work. Right. Great. I'll be by later to pick up the health. I love you. Girl, talk with my managers calling me. Hello. John. Hey, Joe, I'm in the middle of recording a podcast. I don't think I can answer. Can I ask you a question joke? Can I borrow one of your favorite outfits? I'm playing a game called girl talk on. All right. I'll be by to pick that up right after it grab. My wife's favorite outfit. I'm I'll call you guys. You guys back after I complete my important job. Love you. We are dropping you. Hey, we have been called you in six weeks. Why are you not taking this? I love that question. Okay. I got mine of ak- pretender into town show performed your performance act. All right. This moment. Lawrence paul. Nervously waiting them. It says dear favorite, what am I gonna do? Okay. Freaking out. Why only have two minutes. So Kip are my friends time it. Yeah. You can put your shirt back on. Okay. Ready? Welcome Lauren laugh gas. Thank you. Thank you for being a friend. Donald bad again. And a good on. But I mean. And. Come on. I'll Ryan by everyone. New scene gamble team for me and. Would say for a minute and a half. Lesson to a less than talent marriage card. Okay. Okay. Should we look at our cards? We each have a card now. Yeah. Oh, it's a fortune. I remember this. Okay. I forgot this part of work at the end you're supposed to read and get your fortune about each category. Okay. So let's keep doing it. Take a quick break after one round after this round. We should take three cards remain. Great. So we're gonna take a quick break. When we got back, Mary spin. Jingle bells. Jingle Bells laughing all the way and all that this holiday season your wolf wants to spread some cheer. They wanna spread cheer so much that they came up with cheer wolf. Why how that's how serious they are about spreading cheer. We've got special Holly Hollywood, no holiday episodes all over the net. I guess they're technically a little Hollywood. But they're mostly holiday of all the Hollywood the most Hollywood holiday episode. Of course, Sean Hayes, they hit the slopes with Adam pally on very festive episode of Hollywood handbook on. Are you talking REM R E me the Scots talk about every REM holiday single released and nothing else. Imagine how crazy that must be tune in baby. What about a very special improv for humans episode called best of the bible? Everyone knows Besser has some interesting opinions on religion Marin listener get a special. Listener call in with a heartfelt proposal on womp it up followed by the Christmas WP tackler released from behind the pay wall. Dude, we're talking here wolf happy holidays. Happy listening and Mary cheer wolf to all. We're back Mary. How was your spin? Really mad. I catch everybody. Others everybody others questions. I'm drunk. Okay. Oh with the worst grade you ever gotten school. Why? Because I was a good dumber than most students. I got on idiot. Grated me poorly. I remember in third grade. I think I got an F in spelling because a cheated. You. Yeah. Get caught. Imagine watching kids trying to cheat. It'd be so obvious. Yes. There's no way. I had the exact I can't remember exactly how it went down. But I think I had the exact spelling as like the girl next to me or something and the teacher stuff. I t I went. Yeah. The cash. Really cute. Anyway, that's why failed card an F seems. Endearing? An F until like eighth grade. Third-grader while you failed teacher who would do frowny faces for every wrong answer. Oh, yeah. He's having too much fun with it. Okay. What's the worst thing you ever ate? Why? What does that mean? That's a that's your question. Mean like, what do you mean? It was grow like you were eating you shouldn't have or like what is that? Right. I'm try-. I mean, I'll answer either. I'm trying to think like, oh, I guess I know, but it's I thought of selling gross eight so I was like. When I was on a camping trip in seventh grade we were forced to go on a camping trip with our school. And so you hate it. I hate it. You did not like this giving share their tent with me. So I slipped outside in the rain in my sleeping bag, and they all strata tent. And there was a ten man tent. There were six of them. The cruelest. It was an insane private school where the teachers like twenty two and they're probably fucking each other. Cool. Three siebel. They don't wanna names. But I my crush pushed me down on the sand. And as he pushed me down my finger broke. And he said if Taylor won't out with me all go out with you. But then Taylor did go out with me and my finger was broken. But I didn't swallow pills at the time. I chew up the Advil. They gave me, and it tasted very very. Pills. All the time. That's fact to know about you. Yeah. Fun fact. Yeah. You like swelling pills? Now, Tom, I love it. Also be scared to swallow pills. I would shoot them up too nervous about really scare. Yeah. Well, now, I can swallow anything. Yeah. Store the really like this Leepo. Also, I'm going job at Ohio valley school. Pick a car, you take take a few more take the rest, take all the each one of the ones you need for a category because then we can read our full fortunes at the end of the fortune. Full fortunate fortune full fortunate, we're playing girl talk. Hype it up for men men in the eight dollars. We've girl talk's spin. Let's see what she. Miller to marry have you ever cheated in school in win. This is just a way from parents to listen in fucking. I was a huge cheater. All the time and never caught the best one. I did though was are we headed teacher who this was sophomore year biology, and she would we would turn our homework in like our class box and the way it also put our tests in there, and it was like behind her desk, and she would collect she would great everything and return it, and so I noticed that she didn't take it after each today it would kinda stack up and so we had a test. And I was like, wow, I'm just going to take the test home, and I'll just do it at home. And then I'll go put it in there. Tomorrow with my homework, and I just put it like did it put it in there. And I started doing that on all my head lever girl. Teachers fault for having that lazy system that's learning to hack. The system is more important than any life. Skill the easiest way to get something done his way. More the way. I learned a bullshit essays has served me in life way, more than the essays themselves. We'll yet. And like when you have didn't raise your own paper. I didn't I could never Mark myself wrong. Oh, well, that makes sense. Because you've said before when we've talked about like native, self talk. You were like why would I say something negative about is wrong? This is just pure. You've got it. Right. New race it and fix it. Can we talk for a second about the props that they put in the visual display on top of girl talk? It's a cell phone nail polish. Hundreds of scrunches, rosary, beads sneakers. A boy to dream about a book a diary, a seven at twenty seven year old man. The court. A wedding ring Jesus paint walkman women. Listen to music, that's pink there. Right. We do. I would have killed that. When I was a kid, by the way. Give me a spend baby. How do you spend it? So well wish for thirty seconds. This is worse for me than anyone else. This. Time. You can whistle that I can't do tunes. Five six seven eight. The national. What do you mean? Horrible content. Thirty. The to do. The team right away. The last heard, and I can't do it back of this. I'll take this sticker. Hey. Ear. You little bitch. Sticker. I just take Accutane for five years and suffer major depression. That's how fucked up do something else. Fucked up acne is for kids is that the only cure makes you depressed, and like split personnel depressed when your skin is clear, you like show dried out can't you battle against the pit is people say without attained. Yeah. It's like I was more depressed for my face was fucking Nima boy you'd like to date. Okay. So this is totally crash to be a boy. Okay. Fine. Girl or a woman. Liked today's. Okay, come name someone on TV, of course. Yeah. Because I'm in a committed relationship. Theon hot on TV right now. Oh, I would like to to be married to sterling K Brown's character on this is us. Yeah. On it. Yeah. Although a lot emotionally going. I wanna help him pain. Oh my God. You would. I was really excited to watch. They keep pumping it hard on ABC is a million. What is it? Call a little little scenes that looks so good and I'm burgers in it from sex in the city. A lot of great people. And it looks like that perfect kind of like drama. It's like it's like a adult drama sort of thing like, you know, on their thirties in France. Yeah. Like to watch other people in their third steel with. Yeah. Beater fortune. Our marriage one for. You will meet and fall in love with blank enter boy's name here at your ten year class reunion early. But like if it's supposed to be a boy for my class. I'll meet and fall in love with him and ten years cool or no in thirty years because I'd have to be like coming to my ten year reunion. Okay. Mine's less. Mine is just like you will meet up with this boy when you are twenty like I'm just going to meet up with him how on your house shop when I'm twenty eight. But it does it say that T R L date. It just says you're going to see this person. It does you'll meet up with them where that's it by not give it like some. Hopefully, this is what I'm Twenty-eight minus dad as well. When you're twenty eight you'll fall in love with like, why can't I have them say you'll phone live with at the school dance. And then like L get to hope Friday, right area. I guess also they don't want to be like stay with that guy for like. Oh, yeah. This is a progressive. Also, don't wanna get sued. If it doesn't it happened doesn't. Okay. The boy who is last alphabetically on the roll call list at school will become your future husband holy shit. Zeke zimmerman. We should be doing. There. Fifty fifty shot at this point about his name. I don't I don't know who's on the list. Not particular about just literally almost anyone. Okay. Stephanie. Okay. Your future husband has the same name as your mum's first boyfriend. Whoa. What what is your divorced name? I don't know. My mom's one of my mom's boyfriends was named buzzy. So I don't think that's gonna. How do you? How do you when you're twelve? No your mom's first boyfriend. The way to get to know your mom better through this gay mom before. What is your marriage won the man of your dreams will finally propose in the romantic city of blink? They don't tell you the city. No, you are in cities and Prentice. So the man of your genes finally propose a mad libs type. I bet you are. Oh, no. I think I think you just to say though. I think I think not all of them. Do I think you're supposed to pick it? So they can be like to keep things. Interesting. We left some blanks if the car to fill them with whatever you want your friends have to listen so trying to make your fortune interesting. The man why are looking at cards. They won their cards up to go back in the pile sight unseen tough break, but they lost after how many tests games they do with. This is to pouring only. The winner gets to read these guys wouldn't have. Horrible. The man of your teams finally proposed in the romantic city of Barcelona. Making up and don't tell them like you'll meet him phone with sterling K Brown at your ten years. All right. What's up next? Special. Let's career career that is the order of things. Your special talents will pay off in a guest shot on Beverly Hills nine oh, two one. Oh, no. It's just a blank. Oh, wow. That was pretty accurate. Yeah. You will take a temporary job as a car hop. What is that just to get a date with a certain boy who drives a Ford Escort that does sound like your car hop? Didn't know that was what it was you will take a temporary job with the sole purpose of meeting a guy who tribes that. Who's that the Ford Escort had a job? Okay era. Okay. You will have children. This is my career. You want children early in life? Followed by successful business career in hat making. What a life. Why children on that card? They heard children. I can't do it up on that. When you're gonna have too many. Okay. Although you failed to win the beauty pageant your second place finish will be will lead to a movie contract. Well, I hope you still hang out on me. I hope. Wow. Second race beauty contests in monopoly gets you ten dollars. But girl talk gets you movie career pageant is in parentheses under the blink like Miss America. Pick your own at least, let you choose the beauty pageants. You know about that you wanna fill in the blank. Career you will sign a contract with a major Hollywood studio and co star in a feature film with Lauren inland kiss. Really? Not a blank. You and I got fucked. Let's go to also everyone else's was Hollywood. And it's kind of actually salt in the wound. Feels targeted in a bad way. This is crazy pay the total my children card, the total of odd numbers in your phone. Number indicates. How many children you will have let me do? Oh. Can't be my number one. It's pressure. I'll have five five kids. Wow. Awesome. I throw. No. Well, then hold on. Oh, I did it wrong. I'll have eight. Wow. I would have eight as well Jesus. A lot of people only area codes was huge back when this game. Who are you calling long grandma? Okay. What's yours? Okay. Mine says you will have six children, but only after you reach your thirtieth birthday. Oh, started thirty helix cited. You can't start early because you don't forget you're gonna meet a guy at twenty eight when you're a car hop. You went to high school with. Ford escort. And then at starting at thirty. You're gonna bang out six kids. I'm looking forward to that. Let's see how Zeke secorski how many kids. Your baby will be a celebrity fuck this style, your baby will be a celebrity at an early age when his face is chosen to appear on the label of a new brand of Scott tissue paper. What I added the Scott. That's like one play. We'll be famous. So my Sheild you'll have children your children will be in your career. I. Dream of a mama kids face being the face of the brand of Scott tissue. Just someone's face. Can you imagine? By the way, I'm upset by these answers this aid at eleven I really would have been like, are you kidding? Are not good. I can't believe this game was approved by company with zits has bro. This is crazy. Okay. Your first, son. We'll have the initials and then just blinks. Oh, so you know, the answer the answer. You know, the answer. Like, you're like eight or nine being like M L K. Why? Really funny. Young girl is gonna have a boy named Martin Luther King. Sorta tragic Joyce. Your first child. I think it might be Moore's your first child will have the same first name as your current gym teacher. What was that? You name the kid who who knows your first. The first name. Yeah. I only feel like I know. I remember last names because I had to say. Mike coach mister minister hit Mr. his name is Mr Fox. Okay. Special moments. A visit to France will lead to a wonderful change in your life. What's your game? Is you will you will literally bump into sterling K Brown while touring Disneyland. Bumping into so many. Doc cars at Disneyland. He'll meet sterling. I mean, my life is is a series of coincident accidents that have led to your state. Okay. Okay. My special moments. Your children won't be very is worse. You will decorate your future home using your school colors. That's specialists Moga. Most thing I've ever heard in my where my modal are you're still closed more orange and blue and yellow and blue maroon and remember and why so many schools, I guess I could what's your high school? Your house you find out exactly. Accidentally did meet your turquoise an orange honestly giant racist? Caricature of an Indian face on my wall is school. I just liked it. What's your special moment at the first two numbers of your locker combination or telephone number in that number of days? You can expect to meet new boy. Oh, as you're so lucky. Your kids friendly. Days later, let a new new baloney. This is my friend, sterling K Brown. My special moment while visiting dude ranch, your horse will bolt and you'll be rescued by a ranch hand who looks just like sterling. Well, here's the game. You had so much funny when play again right mix up the cards to go first. Okay. So it's written in the stars. We'd love to tell you the stars. Don't lie. Your fortune will come true. But let's get serious girl. Talk fortunes are meant to be fun giving you a chance to dream about the future. We can't predict your future. Could we wouldn't be writing rules for a living? Would we? Assess smart, I hate it. That was really very fun. That was really upsetting. I had the best time. It really is very easy to see how this game could go awry at a slumber party full of girls that you didn't trust. If you have some parties before mean to you leg. Yes, I feel I was on the other side of it. Unfortunately. I believe. Two very believable statements. And if you tell me you to where sort of on the outside also very, believable and just works out that I trust. I believe everyone of those. All right. Let's take a break. We'll be right back. Oh, no. Have you not gotten a holiday gift for anyone yet? We'll look no further Stitcher premium gifting is now available. That's right. You can give the gift of Stitcher premium. And if you need more reasons to be sold on Stitcher premium, it's twenty one thousand hours of premium content. Ed, free listening exclusives. Bonus episodes stand up comedy albums, and so much more. It's available in three months six months or one year options, you can listen to raise by TV episodes on there. You can listen to with special guests with Lauren lab kiss. You can listen to teachers lounge Hollywood handbook pro version, you can listen to my wife, the robot car some of my favorite series are behind the pay wall. Now get that for someone else. Get it for yourself, and then get it for someone else. Go to Stitcher dot com slash gift to purchase yours today. Stitcher dot com slash gift to purchase yours today. We're back. This is what we like to do. Call a very special episode where we read a scene from very special episode of a sitcom from the from growing up and this is from save by the bell season. Six episode fourteen. Okay. Wait, I'm gonna cast everyone. Stephanie you're gonna be Lisa Aaron your miss bliss. You have a British accent. Can you handle it? I knew I'd be the you're good at doing accent those. And who's I'm Kelly near Jesse? Okay. Who is Jessie Bana span. Turtle guy. I'll be and I'll do stage directions to. Oh, and I think max, isn't it briefly? I'll be British wasn't. She. She had an accent. I always let Hayley mills just weirdly push action. More than felt like she was like it was sort of. No transcontinental. Accent. Oh this. Yes. Yes. This was from. I mean, they're ridge little show was good morning. Yes. Then we lost her. And then maybe back, okay. Episodes called new parentheses York kid. Lisa Kelly, Jesse and miss bliss are having lunch at the max screech tried to ask me to the Sadie Hawkins dance. Cut him some slack. He probably thought it was the Stephen hawking dance say do you can stay was full in the Lil Abner strip. Oh, miss bliss. Don't turn this into a class. Laugh. Hey, kelly. You've been pretty quiet. Yeah. You can ask back to the dance not this year. I've got my eyes on something bigger. A believe is you teach. I'm saying this dish girl who is it. You know, the new kid from New York is in his name like pots and pans or some. Yeah. It is football nickname. I don't really get it. But he's cute as heck. He's in my Trig class. He's pretty handsome and knows all the answers. No way the new kid. He works at the Jan see at the mall. I saw him given free giving free creating creating to a homeless guy. He's a hero just than max walks over to drop off some food. Here are some onion rings for you ladies, older any onion rings there actually from that guy over there, max points to a bearded high school student in shorts Hawaiian shirt and backwards backwards at the girls and max all start ogling pots and pans. Oh my God. Is that him Kelly? He is so hot. He's like bigger than any of the teacher. But I think I met in a good way. He's bigger than this, Mr. bliss. Miss bliss. Playoff ladies. He's all mine. I'm Kelly Kaposi and Kelly post gets what she wants and Kelly capacity wants to set her dishwasher to putz pants God. Even I'm attracted to him. And I'm an adult miss bliss raises a previously unseen glass of white wine. Yeah. What the hell? Just reading. Oh shit. He's coming over here. I'm gonna faint like a fan at Zach attack show. How hair like it would be way too much work to do every day before high school in pots pans, walk slowly up to the table. He's a big boy with a belly. There's something special to this guy. He looks almost forty but dresses like he is fifteen high gals. My name's Johnny. But everyone calls me pots and pans. I'm lisa. I mean, I'm Jesse. I am Lisa. Nice to meet you pots and pans. Miss bliss. But you can call me carry and pots and pans turns to Kelly, and who are you. I'm Kelly, but you can call me horny. I mean, Kelly nice to meet you fucking, right? Just finishing. Knows a real episode say by the bell nice to meet you all do you guys know, do you know, where guy can get a decent slice around bayside. I can tell you where you get a decent piece of ass. And I deliver your feisty. What the theorem if no I can privately to if you do you can to me, they squared plus b squared equals c squared all the girls. No, wait women. Start getting square me. Everyone left. Well, pots and pans. Do you have someone to go to the Sadie Hawkins dance? Oh bucks. She's going for him. So fucking jealous. This dude is so hot do you have to go to the dance with if not pick me up at seven and drop me off whenever you got yourself a deal. What was your name again? My name is Kelly capacity. And I'm in love with you Gabriel. I mean. I remember this emphasis. The first time we've ever read a sandwich and written by abras. The. The hottest thing I've ever been a part of. I'm Ashley sweating. I don't think I should be. Through that. It wasn't clear enough. Yeah. Well, I I got worried when I realized miss bliss has to say, I'm so Adam told ahead of time. So I was going to give all the dirty stuff. When. Lampoon's tired that pay called pus vans all this past why past weekend because it's like a funny nickname like. Go man pots and pans said to me one time because it was like an Italian thing. Like, it sounds like age, Johnny pots and pans over here. Go get your pots and pans, and it just stuck this weekend. And everyone was calling me that for like forty eight hours. Now, I'm like now, I'm getting warning the nickname works baby. I will say even the beginning of it. I was like I forgot that. She's that the teacher would have lunch. Listen. She's not even in the past. Label a season six episode fourteen. It's it's a long way I wanted to include that I was fake. Well, that was really fun for coming on and playing this game with us. Having what are your Twitter handles and Instagram? So we can do it at M. Holland eighty five on Twitter at Mary holidays on Instagram at girl with the tail on both at Steph Allen on Twitter at Stephanie L on Instagram and the wild horses instruments and Twitter as well horses show, and we're coming back with more episodes soon. I mean, it could be a longtime. So I'm just saying that's what you know to get excited. If you wanna go into the old episodes, they're all institute premium if you haven't heard them yet, it's our live shows and recorded in the studio, and if you get in the area. Comes alive. It's fucking wonderful. We do it twice a month. Once it you see and once at Largo, you can see one our shows are on our Instagram. And you're listening to podcasts. You're familiar with Largo and the UC. We're talking about. And that's it. It's all I got him. I wanna promote while we're here. Anything shows are going to be on sooner things we should be looking out for. Okay. Everyone's mama's plan. Stairs girls. Yeah. Then Libya released ill, go to into my dead wife robot, car map, Astor's new show on Stitcher. If you're listening to this on Stitcher. You have access to it right now. I scream at Matt Besser tuning it. Yeah. I scream at Besser. And that as well death. Right. You do. Scary all the time. Bye. Bye. We'll home so much about you that game. I'm still have my Zid on. I just want you to know, I'm wearing thri. That one is just a sti- that I have. I'm pumped his next week. We have on the creators of animals HBO show that you and I have both recurred matterease and Mike Lucia those guys are do if you've never seen animals you should watch some episodes before the show comes out next week. So you can get a sense of what these guys do. It's really a great show. Really funny. Do it.

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Bonus: Maculate Conception - Preview

View from the Cheap Seats

11:27 min | 1 year ago

Bonus: Maculate Conception - Preview

"There's a new podcast app that delivers chilling crime stories straight to your mobile device everyday. They release a new episode that investigate the gruesome true acts of America's war, sue killers. And you can explore into the minds of psychopaths and murderers to get started finding download murder minute from the app store or visit murder minute dot com. That's M E R D R M. I N U T dot com to get your daily dose of true. Crime creeping delivered straight to your mobile device. Hey, guys Scarborough this year with Daniel van Kurd, and our guests on the show this week is one of our favourite performers. Shumur we love to play with Mary Holland. Did you have fun in dumb people tie had too much fun? We we took all the butter shots took all the butter shots. All the butter shots. We had our -partment clean by crazy maids. We clean house. We to stab lead how she went to establish some things. And then we found ourselves in a place that hey, we didn't even try. Okay. So if you want to know what all that is you have to listen to this week's episode of people town with Marianna. Infertility is an issue that affects many people, but it can be a difficult subject to talk about. This is the inspiration behind a new Starbucks on your podcast MAC. Hewlett conception. It's a really cool idea is now in their third year of in vitro, fertilization treatment, Abby and Isaac documented their experience. So listeners can hear firsthand the intimate struggles a couple experiencing infertility. We have friends that have dealt with. This is a I'm friends with Abby and Isaac too. So getting to hear their story from this level as well as you get to share their hopes dreams, doctors appointments reveal an up close personal. And sometimes funny look at a couple along to become parents in real time. Join Abby and Isaac on their journeys subscribed to macula conception, I tune Spotify Stitcher or ever else you listen to podcasts because we love it so much I want to give you guys just a little taste. Yeah. So listen to a little bit of MAC that conception right here. Hey, I'm Isaac and Abby this is our podcast macula conception. It is the story of abbey in me as a married. Couple trying to have. Babies with each other. It's a messy story, and it's a messy issue. And it's an issue that faces so many of our peers, and we felt like we just had to start talking about it. And the best way for us to start talking about it was by living in and recording our story and eventually sharing it with you. And that's what we're here to do. You can listen to preview the show right here. And more episodes coming soon from Starbucks audio. Thank you for choosing to shave. Thank. Thank you. Mitch. Answered. In the building together. Share and pursue our dreams. And as we continue to build their home. Promise. Look forward to. Children. I thought that the meaning of life is comprised of a few things, it's it's pursuing and getting to do what you love to do professionally. That's a beautiful goal. That's part of the meaning of life. It is pursuing meeting Benbouzid Ling someone into marrying, you partnering with you that person you're going to go through life with and then with that person that you've tricked it's reproducing with that person, and or becoming parents together. So that you can share all of your Michigan with people in the next generation, it's part of immortality. And it's part of why we live on this earth. And I was looking to my speaking of speech, and I read something New Year's day nine hours. Some of you guys. I just said we wanted to go through the few weeks at this point. And I said I am having so much fun falling in love with entity. Another thing that I wanna I wanna talk about here is how we got together we say where we met from the first moment I saw Abby at the fabulous game with the same name. West hollywood. We'll say that for me. It was love at first sight when I saw and I knew that I was interested in you. And. Was hit by a? We met that night and were friends at first for friends for a long time, an insufferably miserable longtime three months and finally one thing led to another. There was a new president elected Barack Obama. There was a lot of hope. And I remember we were hanging out a lot at that time for the whole summer, essentially. And after the election, I called you. And I was like the world is changing something needs to change between you and me. Oh, you're not telling it, right? You said it was in person. You did call me after the election. But then a couple of days later, you'd had a couple of glasses of wine too many. And you said can I quote you? Well, we can always edit it out and you say. I knew. President was elected on Tuesday night. And I had my best friend and my left and my other best friend on my right? And the world was on the precipice of change. And the only thing missing with you. And I was like Q romantic comedy credits. It was like the best line, but totally authentic and real. And I said. Cool. Yeah. But I wasn't ready. But then soon thereafter, I was ready. This moment these past couple hours are hours and moments of my life with my husband and. And. In in bringing to these moments. Whether we supported my parents, or my grandparents or my in-laws or my friends or my husband or myself, I wasn't really looking to get married in less. It was about finding the person who had wanted to make a family with. So like, I think early on we knew or I knew that that was the end game and the goal for being with you meeting you. I mean, I wanted due to be the mother of my children fast forward, we got engaged and search the SCO overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge. We got married on October tenth two thousand ten in New York City. I've never loved anybody more than all of you. And especially you it was a great night. Our wedding was really fun. There was a lot of love in the room. Many people felt like it was a special wedding. I know, and I know people say that all the time, but we had a good wedding because we're we although we only met recently were from a group of people who are lots of. Old friends we have big families. We had a big old Jewish wedding and New York City, and everyone was pretty confident that we were a that. We are a good match and a good couple and and right free. Other. Waiting. Wedding. What do you call it? They're definitely in love. And I think the relationship is going to. So obvious. Wonderful. And it's also one of the things I would say that adds to my frustration. When we're not parents yet. I think it's you bring up that night. Because there I mean, of course, like any wedding. But for us there's just so much optimism in the room about what your life together. We'll look like. Be happy. Leading Jewish life for yourself for your family. Children. I can't wait to see all the smiles and laughter. We're gonna share together and happy family. You're gonna raise. I wish. I wish many use of happiness, but here's a friendship with you and your family to grow in the future. I just feel like of anyone I know that should be parents. It's you and me. Just is like I don't have to think about it. I just think we were made for it. And that's why I get so frustrated because I don't know why all the tests, you know. But I just think. You and I come from large families, and we love being with our families, and we are friends with our parents. And I think we want that I. House. We've been on the journey to become parents together. I mean, of course, since our wedding and. But really for almost six years with medicine for three years three full years this month. So what that means is for you is we had done for IVF's after that. Once you I didn't work that took the course of about sixteen months, and the only success we had in that resulted in a really devastating miscarriage. Hi. Hey, Abby in common. Good. How are you? Good. Don't have good news. Oh my God. Okay. Right. It's pretty crappy lesson which means that it's negative. Everything and I'm gonna have to wanna budget up with the okay? Yeah. Okay. Thank you. Okay. Honey. Okay. Bye. Bye. She didn't hear it here. We're gonna cut to the bone. We're gonna tell like it is we're going to straight talk. We're going to play scenes in real time as they go when we get good news bad news when we have to make big decisions. Murder each other. Yeah, you'll hear that too. Stories about.

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Ned Immunity Blend, TRACE Act

One Life Radio Podcast

45:17 min | 3 months ago

Ned Immunity Blend, TRACE Act

"The content of the following program is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Diagnosis treatment or cure always consult your physician or a health professional with any questions. You may have regarding a medical condition. One Life Radio is brought to you by our sponsors. Great companies like Sun Warrior the pioneers of plant based protein from the Sun. To the plant to you go to Sun Warrior Dot Com to learn more about all the products and use the code L. For Twenty percents off your order. Environ Medicaid makers of tariff flora a novel broad spectrum symbiotic combining spore form probiotics and advanced food based ancient prebiotics find tariff Laura and the full line of products at environmental dot Com net. Cbd Keep It simple. Keep it natural with lead. Cbd and good news. Animal Lovers Nets full spectrum. Hip All not just. The humans is great for humans. 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Rinaldo great you know just pretty much stayed at home and chill with my son you know. It rained on Saturday so I didn't get to go out and thing. We had really bad rain didn't we? There's one area of my house that Oh my gosh the water and every time it happens like I gotta get this fixed. I gotTA get his pick. GotTa get an engineer. Somebody out here to figure out. And it's the water pools like in my laundry room and it literally was like a stream coming from under my washer and dryer in two like my entrance way of my hall. I had to keep putting towels down mopping and I had like a a a whole bucket. Like a big bucket full of water and Yeah it was Kinda crazy and then it cleared up for a couple of hours and I had a turtle on my property over the weekend. I'm still not sure where he went. he's big. I mean he's like a foot and circumference that's how does a turtle when they're that big anybody now. I'm not sure. Say anybody out there listening now. It was who on four seventy seven eleven ninety. I I have no idea I mean they start really small but I think he's either coming from the the pond or the lake. Whatever it is. That's another question I have. How do you know the difference between? What's the difference between a pond and alike? There's anybody now the lake. Yeah what what determines a pond from lake? I know most. I mean you've got lakes little lakes you know or like finger lakes or you've got the Great Lakes but like just a small lake. What determines the size this well. Yeah of course the size of course that's part of it but some I don't know that's an interesting question have to google it or maybe Maybe Nevi Marie can go and Call IN BUT is is Is Not on the line? She has called in yet. Yeah so You know tomorrow on the show well let me let me talk about today. Show I today. We have a fantastic show We are going to be speaking with Mary. Holland again at the half to talk about the trace act and the ramifications of that and get a deeper understanding of it as well as Taylor. He is the CO founder of that. Cbd Full Full spectrum hemp boils we're GONNA be talking about the panicles and herbs and fungi so they have this new immunity product that we're GONNA be talking all about. I ordered five of them and I still haven't gotten because They were seventeen dollars a bottle and I thought they would make a nice gift for people and I got fifteen percent off because I use the code. Oh well are so But we're GONNA be talking about all that I don't know about you but I love my I love my hemp products. I just do there. They just they feed and they'll can have annoyed system. Yeah we have one for reasons. So we're going to be talking about that and Tomorrow we've got Sean Wells on the show He's going to be talking about MC tee oil and Kito and you know I Got Picked up a copy of what the doctors don't tell you is a publication out of the UK And Lynne McTaggart. Is One of the founders. She is Oh my gosh. The name of her book what is it. I'll oh the intention experiment. That's one of her bestselling books but cheese The publisher of this magazine. One of the founders. But there's an article here about Kito and the corona virus because and it says here. Because you know we've had a couple of people on on the show a couple of doctors over the last few weeks that have been recommending that you not you know utilize the ketogenic diet or perhaps get off for a while during this corona thing. They're saying the opposite and IT'S A it's a. It's a blog by rob ver ver kirk the politics of health and he talks about. Kito and Corona virus. Don't trust the mainstream media is reporting. I'm Kito Diet And we're GonNa talk about that tomorrow with Sean Wealth. So yeah no it is. I mean because we don't there's so much misinformation out there at adverse too much information so you know you it makes you question kind of everything like what's right and what's real exactly feel that way of course all the time No that's why we got shows like one radio to tell you was really what is it exactly. Yeah well I think about you. Know I think about books like tripping over the truth which is basically a the Bible of the Genyk Diet. Um and so many ways. And IT'S A it's a book about how the Metabolic Theory of cancer is overturning. What Medicine Most entrenched paradigm by Travers Kristofferson It's an. It's an excellent book and the forward is actually written by a PhD Dominique The Augustino who's also been on the show a couple of times but chapter two is especially interesting because it is titled Chemotherapy and the gates of hell and yeah and it talks all about chemotherapy. And we've discussed that a lot on the show as well and so there's just a lot of misinformation out there and things that we really need to get to the root of so that ultimately all of us can have optimal health And and the suffering suffering disease. No one wants to be disease. Nobody wants to be broken. Nobody wants to walk around in pain and not feeling well live their best life back. Sometimes people just don't know what to do how the Star Star from the basic. They don't know where to go. And what what to do would start from. You know not this. Show here to tell you what's up. Well you know if somebody asked me that kind of like you sorta just did. I would say the the most thing you can do and we talk about it all the time. It's just you know to start moving. Your Body. Dr Dannenberg. That's one of the things that he started doing as soon as he was able to to get to get to a point where he could even move his body after that terrible fall And the cancer fight that he had an has on his hands. was walking walking every single day. Just getting out and moving incorporating lots of vegetables and fruits in your diet they are on the earth for a reason so So is the hemp plant by the way you know and the cadaver noise. It's no different than Oregano. Or a Lotta and plans that are out there and we just we make stuff. I almost had the S. word. We make stuff too complicated you we just make it too complicated and I- anytime something is very complicated to me. It seems like that's at the root of corruption and greed. Which is kind of what we're GonNa talk about today a little bit. We're going to touch on that too. I WANNA get to the bottom of all of this. I do Inquiring minds want to know. Do you know what I do. You know what I'm referring to Aldo. Are you too young for that too young for that? But I've heard that before though. I don't know the source of the Trash magazine. The enquirer that you know It's the Hollywood trash paper that was popular years ago. And you know you'd get it I think At Newsday on stuff my my mom never bought it but you see it like in a doctor's office or whatever but the but their tagline was enquiring minds want to know but was basically a gossip trash paper but all the Hollywood stars. So but you know I think this is a good time to go to break and get the show started getting. The party started with Rod Taylor and Mary Holland I say to everyone. We're going to have a great show happy Monday and welcome to one leg radio. We'll be right back. The new ardine been having made. Where did Johnny who never ever learned media right? Well Ring in. Won't Radio One. 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Yeah any and I said. Let's let's put something together to to fight. Help fights to help boost our immune system I should say and The to got to work on it and it was really fun things to do while I was sick. The cool product. I can't wait to get it and I love the fact that some of the earth came from her personal garden. Botany a you. Don't even hear the word botanist anymore. I mean it's like what is that a lot of people just don't understand. Can you give us a botany? One lesson. Sure any Any is a botanist and herbalist and also call her wild but she She knows everything. There is about plants and and tentacles and herbs and she has a beautiful garden here in Boulder Colorado where she grows a a lot of our ingredients in fact And and then she also wild forges a lot of the others so things like Ourika and Klenge Wild Mountain rose. She goes up into the mountains Behind Boulder Colorado and she. She harvests a lot of them on Public and private land and must favorite. Days are the days when I get to spend that time with her. Oh I bet I bet well you guys This is a limited release product. Why is it limited lease if it's awesome? Is it just because maybe you don't have all the ingredients that you need all your law? Because I would like to have it in my arsenal all year long. Yeah well the original intention was to create something as our response to the pandemic and to do some you know. A hundred percent of the profits go towards profit organization which is working defy pandemics called. Eko Health Alliance so one hundred percent of the profits. Go to that and you know once What's we've gotten through this? Hopefully sooner than later then we'll consider making it More than limited release. It is a art line and we sold out together. I can't wait to get it. You're already sold out. And so yeah but I wanna hear about the ECHO health alliance. Let's talk about them. What is this group? Do what of work are they doing? Yeah well they focused in on Ending pandemics through conservation of wildlife and wild areas so they're looking primarily at Different animals that have been known to spread disease like bats And they're working to conserve the areas there and and to keep those areas wild where where the bats that have been known again to to to create pandemics Just keeping that area safe and but they're great organization part of one percent for the planet which we are a member of as well and that means long. Yeah we give one percent of all revenue to environmental organizations that is really cool and it's so important and so necessary my ad so is there any story grades three about how you came to partner with this group? You know we We looked through the did list of over four thousand different dog profits that are part of one percent for the planet and they were the best aligned They were the one out of the four thousand that was focused on and And so it was a really easy choice for us with them And they're a great group of people Just brilliant brilliant scientists with a big organization based all over the world so Yeah that was the easy decision for us. That's that's pretty cool. I didn't know that there was a list of four thousand Companies that that All work together for a common goal like that. That in itself is pretty cool. So you so for people out there listening besides purchasing your community blonde either other ways listeners can get involved with the echo health alliance or other charities that you work with Getting involved with one percent for the planet is would be a great place to start It's an organization started by the founder of pedagogy launch inert. Yeah and and so- Patagonia and several thousand other businesses including ours is. We're all one percent of the planet members again. We we give one percent of all revenue not profits but all revenue environmental organizations and then those organizations are vetted by the by one percent and And so you then select from those two to donate to and and there are also individual members There in fact there are many many of them. People who dedicate one percent of their salary or their their yearly income there yearly whatever. They're bringing home. One percent of that goes toward these environmental groups. That's so cool I want to join. I WANNA I WANNA be part of the cloth thousand and one one of the planet. I think it's I think it's so such a great idea I do so you know. Let's talk about that for a moment. So what's next for net? I mean your products are truly amazing. And I've we you know we started talking about how and CBD before anybody else years ago. And I when I first experienced it and and and really experienced the benefits of CD boil and your products especially like the one with aren't in it for pain relief and stop the body. I absolutely love it and then some of the girls on the team also use your hormone balance. Can you tell us a little bit about the Hormone Balance Cd oil or have oil that you sell and what would work with a woman's body. Yeah it's really truly pout of we got a number of calls A couple of hundred inquiries from from from women asking whether or not CBD would help with hormones balanced and then he's and it does but we we decided we lean into it and create a product. Line that US not only CD but also other botanical like black cohash cramp bark and and and Valeria and botanical that have been used throughout time and across cultures to help with with menstrual es and Norma Balance and so any created a formulation for four different products. And and we wanted you know. We're all about creating natural alternatives to pharmaceuticals and we realized that there wasn't a great Wasn't a great remedy out there for humans who've been straight To take you know advil advil MIDAL. That's about it. So we wanted to create a natural alternative and and we spent ten months working on it and incredibly proud of it and all the women that worked on it Adrian I were to male founders and we realized we could research it to the moon but we would never know what it's really likes so the first thing we did was put together just amazing team of women around it. Yeah well I Have bought the period as before and I know that my youngest daughter really likes that one too It is because plants are we. We are part of the earth plants before pill they believe one of your slogan. I absolutely love that. Why would we do You know choose plants before pills. It makes perfect sense to be in sync with nature Because we were animals at the end of the day and we live on the earth with all the other animals and plants. And so I just I just love the creativity that that you An Adrian and the team of women that you work with have come up with an anti Miller. You know I'd love to meet all of you someday. I would. We would love that as well. We'd love does well and yeah it's it's a great team. You know we say plants before pills. There's definitely a place for modern medicine. Four pills but for most of us it's way down the road and and we've Adrian. I recognize that we've become far too quick to go. Goto handfuls of our pharmaceuticals which then leads to other handfuls. And and. It's the slippery slope that that's unnecessary when we have these beautiful plants and herbs that that nature has given us that That we can and should be using. Yeah anything else. You want us to know before we go to break. It's been really truly a pleasure to get to know you and the products a little bit better Because they're so innovative. They're just very innovative. And at the same time when you think of innovation think of technology but this is mother nature the best technology on the planet and I love that you guys are in sync with it. Yeah we're we're reconnecting with it and and our ancestors had ton of knowledge that we've kind of lost and we feel like we we've outsmarted it and that's exactly what we've done we've gotten too smart and And for many again any of the remedies that we need they're right there Growing in the ground and one other thing I want people to know is we've got a new We'll have batch to the immunity blend in tomorrow and so We have been out of stock. We sold out in just a couple of hours but that we we will have more coming tomorrow well and you price it so fairly. I have to say it's seventeen dollars a bottle and a hundred percent of the proceeds go To the EKO health alliance. I mean it doesn't get a more of a feel good product on a Lotta different Levels but you know what are the things that I wanted to mention too I forgot about? This is our bodies etiquette touchdown earlier just a bit but it really is the key to finding whole body balance isn't it it is it is it can happen to it system controls so many processes within the body and it's important that we see it very very important all right. Well thank you so much for jumping on the air with us today and again plants before pills everyone out there listening. It's been such a pleasure right. Thank you so much for jumping the with the day today and we'll talk to you. They're like you burn a bit. Take Care It's my pleasure. You take care to all right everyone. We've got Mary Holland. Coming up you're not gonNA WANNA MISS IT WE'RE GONNA be talking about. Do we want the trace actor? Not She's GonNa tell us all about it. You're listening to one life radio Call me the gangster agrees be do neurons and your doll them. Right here raiders. Bigger Brenner Alma Center. Blame again Joker smoker my Welcome back and rewind. Want your listening to radio is with Rinaldo. Data that are very special. Guest is back Mary Hall. He serves as Council Vice Chair of the Board at Children's health defense. She recently left the Faculty of York University School of law where she served for seventeen years most recently directing. Its graduate lawyering program. Mary received her masters of Arts and Juris doctor degrees from Columbia University and their undergraduate degree from Harvard. She has worked with international public and private law. And Berry is the CO author of vaccine epidemic and the HP vaccine on trial seeking justice for a generation betrayed. Their website is children's health offense that Org always a pleasure. Mary Holland how are you doing today? I'm great nice to be with you it. It's always great to be with you and thank you for saying that today. We're talking about something that a lot of people are talking about. Do we want the trace act so let me start with this. Please tell us what the bill basically says this trade sack bill. Thank you yes I think it's It's good that people are talking about it so they just called House of Representative Bill. Six six six six It's less than five pages long but it would allocate a hundred billion dollars to the director of the Centers for Disease Control to create mobile health units around the country. They would hire local people through universities or churches or nonprofits or clinics and those local people sort of know who was coughing or who might be sick and they would go that person's house and they would say we want to Diagnoses WE WANNA test. You diagnose you see if you have Cova nineteen and if you say no They're not gonNA leave you alone if Washington is any judge In theory you can say no. But if they figure that you are sick they they'll be rights of their ability to detain you And the way I and one of the most extraordinary things Bernadette is in the very title of the Act. It says that it's for These mobile health units at individuals residences and quote for other purposes So to my mind. What this is really doing is creating these mobile hell. Squads that wants a vaccine is available will be pushed at People's doorsteps That I didn't even think of this going And this is a hundred billion dollars. Just for twenty twenty They would allocate the same amount or more as long as the emergency continued and they say almost to me ironically that of course they're gonNA. They're gonNA be observing health privacy laws they hit. Balazs interesting well. A hundred billion is quite a lot of money it's the whole budget of the State of Illinois which is about fifty. I pulled out to states. It's like the whole budget of set whole states in the United States. A huge amount of money. Well first of all when you were talking about it at first I was like well. That doesn't sound bad but then when you said that they could pull up to your home and they can you know basically do what they want to write signs on the face of it. They're not technically police. They don't have warrants. They're not technically allowed to come into your home but this is already rolling out now. Bernadette in Washington state and the way it works in Washington state right now. The governor there has hired about fourteen hundred tracers. They've already set up three child. Quarantine centers where they're hiring staff and if few consent and they find that you have co bid and you only have one bathroom. They will take the sick member of the family out of the home. And put that person in quarantine and if you refuse to allow yes if you refuse to be tested then They will come and monitor your home every day. And if you defy the order to stay within your home for fourteen days to show that you're not sick. They can impose civil and criminal penalties and they can actually anyways detain you if they believe that you are infectious so this is very jakonen is very yes do we have never had a medical police force and this is really these health. Units backed by the police and they're focusing on in the in the bill. It says they're gonNA focus on hotspots. That's places like New York where I am and the medically underserved communities that means they're gonNA go after people in the inner city they're basically GonNa be going after people of Color and they're gonna go to places that have one bathroom for large families and if they find somebody who's infectious they will take that person out of the home and put them in quarantine if you have more than one bathroom. They'll allow you to isolate at home and keep that person in a separate room but this is really extraordinary. I mean I find this personally extremely threatening extremely So clear how this can be misused. I'm not saying that. Contact tracing in and of itself is a bad idea voluntary. You know contact tracing checking you know saying Oh you were in touch with so and so that has some merit. Although this pandemic has been going on for months and months we now think it may even have started as early as October November. So so many people have already come into contact with this virus. It's going to be extremely difficult to have thoughtful logical contact tracing well. The government should never be more powerful than the people. And that's what it sounds like that the headed for the headed and as I say Bernadette. It's very clear to me. This is not just for testing and for diagnosis. This is clearly going to be for quote unquote prevention. So this is going to be people showing up at the door. And they're not gonNA be saying I really WanNa make sure you understand all the risks and the benefits. That's not going to happen. They're not going to say I want you to sign here to show that you've given your prior free and informed consent. They're gonNA say you have to get the shot. Let me in now or I will take further legal action. That's what's going to happen in real life is my best. Guess there's going to be enormous legal coercion Potentially applied now now for casting and a lot of these tests are not completely accurate. Bernadette but this is the same coercive approach that can be used for vaccination. It sounds like a scary movie This get we're living in a very scary movie. I believe that we can end this movie when people rise up and say no this is just not the way we wanna live our lives. We're not GONNA have the police entering our homes without a warrant in violation of the fourth amendment whenever the governor or the CDC feels like it no right just not the way we do it and I take responsibility for my health and for my family's health and other people have to take responsibility for their health. And if they choose to wear masks if they choose to self isolate fabulous. That is your choice but the idea that everyone needs to participate in tracing in testing and diagnosis and vaccination is simply on American. And your weekly newsletter. There's a lot of great stuff in it by the way I believe there was an article in there about Vitamin D. I'm trying to put my hands on it right now. Yes absolutely see. Let's me this. I'm so glad you asked that Bernadette one of my colleagues Catherine Weisman wrote two articles about these. The Clear Association that has been scientifically stabbed over the last several months between vitamin D deficiency and the severity of the Cova nineteen illness and in association with death in other words. If you are low in vitamin D you are going to have a much rougher ride. You're more likely to get the illness and it's more likely to be severe and you may be more likely to die if you have vitamin D deficiency fight him that he is available in every drugstore in this country. It is so just go outside and get some some light rain and we know this historically from other respiratory conditions and so. This wasn't a bold out of the blue. This is good research on people who've now been sick with Cova nineteen and instead of having the CDC shout this from the rooftops take vitamin D. Take your antiviral. You know. Other basic things like vitamin C. Other remedies that people know of their completely closed mouth on that because in fact industry and government in collaboration with them. They want people to feel helpless. They want people to feel like there is no defense except for the vaccine so it in creating not panic and then -ticipant action that the vaccine is coming. The vaccine is coming and the sad reality as we've discussed in many articles on our website. Is these technologies for these cove. Nineteen vaccines are literally untested. They've never been licensed for a large population before the idea that these are going to be perfectly safe. Having been created with warp speed using their words is in. My mind is zero. Bernadette the idea that this is not going to severely injure some people and kill others to me that likelihood is zero knowing what I've learned over the last twenty years about the vaccines they call safe and effective like measles mumps and rubella and hepatitis way and flu vaccines and HP thank you for reminding me he's in Petaluma virus vaccine. Exactly these are not risk free products and these new generations. Vaccines are not going to be risk. Free anything but well and we all have human papillomavirus in fact I believe. There's over like seventy or eighty different strands over. We haven't even I mean again. You know I'm so glad you mentioned that too. Because there's this sort of boogeyman idea Eh. The pandemic is you know broadcasting everyday stuff. Irs. It's the war against the virus. We are creatures of bacteria and viruses. We Are you know We live in symbiotic relationship with a micro biomass Rome new word. I learned the viruses that live all over US and around us and inside. And this idea that we're at war you know it doesn't really make a lot of sense. What's what's clearly. The case is out of balance. And there's no question that some people are getting very severely ill and I live in New York. Thousands of people have died. I don't mean to minimize that but is this the black plague. Is this smallpox. No is this Ebola. No it is not the data. Don't show this. This is more similar to a very severe seasonal flu. And it's telling people simple things they can do like take vitamin D get sunshine. Keep lots of fluids. Rest all the things you do to stay healthy. You know. People are being told. Your defenseless and you will remain defenceless until the great vaccine arrive. well you know you brought up something earlier about people of color you know. We've been trying to educate about About that in particular for For well over. I don't know a couple of years now about you. Know the darker skin color of the which is great. Because you never age you know it's y Diana Ross. Looks like she's still you know thirty years old. But but you know you you when you have high levels of Melanin in your skin. You don't absorb vitamin D as readily and so and so people of color are more subjective or more at risk of of not surviving the Kobe nineteen simply because they are deficient in Vitamin D. And staying in the house isn't helping because you get your natural vitamin D as You said from the sun and so I mean the death of Vitamin D is The son and and you know it's it's May it's late. May there are very few people in the country who can't go outside for twenty minutes a day and get vitamin D. Their body manufacturers that. It's the very best form so it's just so sad that this basic information isn't getting out there because it can save lives it really can save lives and you know. Vaccines are not the only or the best way to protect health. You know there are many people with many different approaches the great medical traditions of the world the Greek tradition the Indian tradition the Chinese tradition. You know they've never heard of a vaccine Bernadette really starting in the seventeen hundreds in the scheme of things this very new and as we've discussed in past talks you know very problematic these are not risk-free interventions yeah Gosh I could talk about this forever. We're going to go to break for station identification And more coming up with Mary Holland. Everyone stay tuned. You're listening to one life radio Be Winner Welcome back to one life radio. Everyone this is Bernard Dad. Rinaldo Davis in our special guests continue on Mary Holland. She serves as General Counsel and Vice Chair of the board at Children's health about you certainly left the faculty at The New York University School of law where she served seventeen years most recently directing its graduate lawyering program very receipts masters of arts injuries doctorate degrees from Columbia University and our undergraduate degree from Harvard. She has worked in international public and private law and she is the CO author of vaccine epidemic and the HP the vaccine on trial seeking justice for a generation betrayed. Their website is children's health. Defense Dot org today. We're talking about do we want the Trace Act During the break a caller called in and said this is not a seasonal fluids of viral pneumonia. What do you want to say to them about that Mary? No I wasn't thinking the same. I'm saying that. In terms of the Taliban rate Dr Fao Chee in an article that he published in the New England Journal of Medicine according to Global Data. That's been Brought in the Taliban rate is similar to a seasonal fruit. It's much less than a bola SARS murder Or other even more serious. I'm not suggesting this is not serious. I am suggesting that I think that some good therapeutics have not been adequately pursued And that it's not a basis to create a a national health police force which is what the Trace Act would essentially do. Yeah I mean it's very scary like we said you know the you know. The government has gotten too big when when when they're stepping over our medical freedoms and our civil rights. You know a whistle needs to be blown and we need to stop then. We need to examine what we're what we're doing this because you know once something like this gets put into motion. How do you reverse it? How do you? How do you take back your rights and your personal freedoms adopt stripped of that exactly? Bernadette we know after nine eleven? A whole new level of surveillance was put in place There were some sort of you know back and forth and Congress about it but you know for the most part all of the monitoring and surveillance that was put in place after nine. Eleven has stayed whatever we put in place now for covert nineteen is likely to remain in fact. This bill itself says that it'll be a hundred billion dollars next year and for as long as the emergency period continues. We know this is going to laugh. And we know that they're not even thinking of this. Just for diagnosis and testing. They're thinking it for other purposes so we know that they're going to use this for vaccine squads going door to door. We know that something. They've been talking about for a long time. That's something that that industry has wanted to do. So I think we know where this we know where this is headed and I don't think most people in real life want a stranger showing up at their door and saying I need to you know. Take over your body. I'm going to test your body. And if you don't comply you will face sanctions. That's happening right now. Now the good news on the Trade Act is it. It's not a bipartisan bill. At this point in the House of Representatives it's fifty eight Democrats right now and no Republicans and my best guess is that this probably wouldn't survive the Senate With a Republican majority and with them already balking at some of the funding. That's going on but some level of funding for contact. Tracing is likely to go forward and I do think it would be great if listeners want to take an action on this the children's health defense website has a sort of click to take action. It's right on the front screen and you can just click one button and send a letter to your congressperson saying you know. This isn't the way I want to be dealing with my healthcare I don't think that you know this is a trial balloon. I'm not sure that even the Congress people who are putting this forward expect this to path but they're certainly putting out Something for people to respond to and if we do nothing they will say great. We will just ran through compulsory health. Mom If we say no that's absolutely not what they want what we want then. I think you know they will be something very different. That will eventually become law. Well and why not take the hundred billion and make sure that every American has the proper supplements in their home like vitamin D Zinc and vitamin C? You know those three things alone just giving each of them a bottle of that right. I mean those things are implicated. So you know the Hydroxy Cora Quinn And the three mice and that modality is much disputed but there's certainly some evidence that some people get much better using that pairings about essentially getting zinc into the cells we know that Determine d deficiency is scientifically proven. We know that in China. One of the modalities they use to get people better whereas intravenous vitamin C. I mean there are things that are very basic. The idea that a hundred billion dollars would go into contact. Tracing don't have adequate access to healthcare in any way for most for millions of people in the country. It's just it. Give you an idea of where the priorities are. This is an industry priority right. The the pharmaceutical industry and the healthcare industry will make a lot of money on this testing and diagnostic kits. And on that there are -peutic that our patented like Ramda Aveer and then ultimately with the vaccines that will be you know distributed on door to door basis. Can't wait to get you back on the air. I'M GONNA have to exit quickly because we're out of time. Everyone thank you for listening. Mary thank you so much for jumping on the air with us. You know what you get one body. You'll get one mind and you get what lies. Get out there today and take them to that.

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Vaccine Legislation Update & Banish Brain Fog #1133

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Vaccine Legislation Update & Banish Brain Fog #1133

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Okay who controls Jill Lane studio with me now. The Mendoza an audience about a young dose. I love back now. We you know what he's going to be done about this show because it is going to be a ball buster. I'll just tell you that it really is and Yeah Yeah for a lot of different reasons. We've got Mary Holland coming up. She serves as General Counsel and Vice Chair of the Board of Children's health defense. She has also on several other health and educational boards. We're talking about the upcoming vaccine legislation. she is incredible. She's a former. NYU A law. Professor graduated needed at Columbia and Harvard. So she's a smart cookie and I can't wait to hear what she has to say. And you're a smart cookie to Jill Lane. Well I mean yeah. I can't hold a candle. The herself her. You have your agrees but well. You've got your own degree of smarts over there as a pro athlete health and nutrition coach and founder of fuelling champions By the way as someone asked me to ask you what should they eat thanksgiving morning. So they don't ruin the meal but overeat because they're they they're just starving to death by the time. The meal is strategy. Yeah my favorite thing is I have a protein shake. Choose whatever pressing that you want. You know whether it's plan based or not put a lot of fiber in it puts them Omega fats through its fish oil oil or through some flax seeds. Keep you full. Keep you satiated you know. Keep your metabolism and check right and should you eat a pro. So I'm thinking you know Thanksgiving Day where you know you just go for it as far as food. Is there something Yami that you can eat. That's a little bad on Thanksgiving morning. You know that Like a cinnamon roll or something doughnut. Or something a deal. I mean people I the you choose you choose what you WANNA they do. That's the basic thing you know. I'm not gonNA tell people you can't do this or you can't do that. You choose but fully aware that you're choosing to have bacon then cinnamon roll with your family or to have a protein shake or to have donuts. Choose it but then no yourself and your body to know what that means for for some people they just go through the whole all day. They're cool. Nothing's going to happen for others. That might make them crash and burn and get cranky two hours later and ruin their Thanksgiving experience with their family and friends so choose it but choose it fully knowing Wing how that may make you feel physically and mentally within the next one to three hours. Well I like Good old fashioned scrambled eggs pasteurized eggs and just bagel with cream cheese. That's like a cheat again Bagel. That's it that's how I say it. How how do you say Bagel Google Bagel makes me think of a funny story bagels scenes? Okay years ago. I don't think they're in business anymore. But so bagels teens back in the day when I moved here was like the most popular Jewish Deli in town and everybody went there to get their bagels and they get their tuna fish in their pickles. And all the stuff that you find good egg salad at a at a at a Deli and went in there I mean this was like nineteen ninety or something and one in there to have lunch and Mr Bagwell Stein. Whatever his name was the they were they were they were? There was a line out the door so when to get them bagels. After we had eaten lunch you know to take or to bring home And he was going out and it was super funny because I kind of noticed it was like one on the register one in the box one one. I probably shouldn't have said that. But you know you a little skimming in the early days that was almost had to to do that to survive Really to pay the bills but anyway I believe I saw that but anyway so someone. The phone was ringing back when there was actually actually phones on the wall that rang. You know the rectangular one I think it might even been blue or something but he picks up the phone. He goes bag stains. We're busy and he slams. Every time I think I think about Gustin yelp reveal these review these days right. Oh my gosh. Probably not but I they used to be in Richardson. You know finding yeah so but I bet there's Still some places around town that operate in that yeah. Similar found open a Vegan in Delhi. You should go for it. Yeah yeah pickles Vegan US instead of the smoked salmon. How would you do the long like how would you know this cream? Cheese substitutes. Yeah you can even have gluten free bagels. If you wanted to but the I think if I was to do it I I would have my own chickens in the back where they were pasture ray so then if someone did want to egg because you know I'm not one hundred percent hardcore vegan right. You know I still like once in a while like a pasture-raised egg and there is a different so don't go for all that cage free stuff that is B. S.. It's just a it's a gray area and they're not treated well so just you know. In pasture raised raced. Eggs are a little more money. But they're also so much more nutrient dense You can tell just by cracking. Open the egg looking at the color of the yoke. The yoke of a well raised chicken. Egg is like an orangey Hue la super loaded with like Beta carotene it looks more nutrient dense. No it's not led to. This faded away yellow Jack Bright Orange or it is. It's like a sunset orange. Yeah for sure. Yeah that's a good question. Isn't it like a sunset orange in it is because the rays of the sun the chickens are getting what they need vitamin D sunshine all those minerals from the grass and they're happy and you know Like autumn worn commonly said. She's one hundred percent Vegan like hardcore Vegan. Well I guess not hardcore because when the when the chickens that she had would leave a stray egg she'd bring it in the house and scrambling up up. You know so. I found the locks replacement. You could use carrots. Yeah Ice Marinade. Some carrots will you know soon. This is a good time for me to give a little special shout out out to no evil foods one of our one of our sponsors. Because that's what I'm having for Thanksgiving dinner I typically will have a talion food on On thanksgiving and then Mexican food on Christmas Yummy and so and I'm actually going to a class to learn how to make Caribbean Vegan. Food like four days before Christmas. So maybe I'll be having a Caribbean Ian Christmas. Alicia that But no evil foods makes that a lot of those me replacement and that really good organic ingredients simple ingredients not all the fake stuffed aren't so many alternate meat alternatives. And I'M GONNA fly up my Italian stallion sausages however yeah. I'm not sure if I could go for carrots instead of smoked salmon. Maybe the Avi each chef can really perfect that and yeah me on it well component. There's this and maybe well. Oh He's in the restaurant business. Maybe we'll do a deal together. Maybe we'll open a restaurant together. Seriously I am a chomping at the bit to happen for a habit for awhile unlike. Die Into Cook for people people. I think you can't. I just can't pick what you'll serve you added. A lot of things could be a place that could be a pizzeria. Could Be Italian. Could the You know a a plant based place so many things she with a new concept like every other day the I know I can't help. I'm GONNA do this. I'm going to do that. We're they're all grey. It is right and I don't have any time for any of them really gives you. You can't do if you're GonNa do something really well. which is what you should do for success Focus yes you got to focus on the one thing but when you have a really creative mind and you love feeding people. It's very difficult and used to be in the restaurant business. It's not it's in my blood. I mean I grew up in a pizzeria theriault with my dad and upstate New York and my mom. My mom was in at the pizzeria that much because she was a nurse she was working. You know how much time the restaurant industry takes. So you gotTa know you know. There's a lot of people who don't get that. They think is just super easy here. Oh my goodness I didn't say that. No no that's what somebody said there's no use to come into the first pizza but drone and he would always come like on a Friday night. When what's your busiest easiest night you know when you're killing it and we would say you got yourself a little gold mine here don't Cha? I was thinking of the time she got pulled over and was talking to the COP. Yeah I don't know that story. Oh that was just a couple of months ago. It's an highland park honest mockingbird yeah I think they have this setup and I'm telling you so they do they have this setup where they'll they'll put two cops on it and so you if you turn off the tollway and you go onto mockingbird there's a light there's lying but only after there's if it's a school zone to assess school zones. Don't you start to slow down and then you slow down. Yes you're twenty or below and then you And then there's a light red light so if you get caught at the light you stop and then you start you know. Oh you know thinking about other things just jacking around. You're not play radio light rain. You forget that you're under flooring we'll have but but you know I got up to like I think it was twenty three and I was like Oh zone and then they already nailed me me come on two hundred and fifty bucks yup in the them out as fast as they can and I said to him you guys got yourself a little gold mine here. Don't you and he's like I don't know what you mean Ma'am anyway. I'm in. We're for him today. I am ready. Oh my gosh but I love doing voices but we've got a fantastic show coming up and I WANNA talk to you in your segment Jill about immunity right now because so many kids are sick along with five ways to train your brain because so many people are getting sick right now so we really need to talk about what they can do to prevent it but to start Washington six people. Wash your hands. You know when you sneeze sneeze into. There's something not out into the air. Whatever we'll talk all about it? We've got Mary Holland coming up. I am so excited. She is an incredibly brilliant woman. We are talking about upcoming vaccine gene legislation. You're not gonNA WANNA miss it. Stay tuned everyone. You're listening to one life radio Welcome back to one life radio. Everyone this is Bernadette with Diamond Gray Jill lanes lanes in studio with me. I'll be on about Antos Navy Mendoza and I have Mary Holland on the line. She serves as General Counsel and Vice Chair of the board at Children's durins health defense. She also serves on several other health and educational boards. She recently left the Faculty of The New York University School of law where she surfers seventeen in years most recently directing graduate loitering program. Mary received her masters of Arts and her juris doctor degrees from Columbia University the an undergraduate degree from Harvard University Mary Holland has worked in international public and private law. She is the CO author of vaccine epidemic and the HPV SHP vaccine on trial seeking justice for a generation. Betrayed always an honor. How're you doing today? I WanNa say Dr Holland because of your incredible education but how are you doing today Ryan thank you well. It's always a pleasure. So what is the latest update regarding vaccine legislation in New New York and California so New York and California are ahead of the curve but other states maybe not far behind so both both New York and California have no non medical exemptions in New York the legislature without a single hearing in June took away the right right to a religious exemption in California In Twenty fifteen. They took away the personal belief exemption but both states this year have severely eerily restricted medical exemptions so in California they just passed. SP Two seven six that allows the doctor to give only five medical exemptions a year sure and they basically go to investigate doctors who give them. Doctors are already being prosecuted in California and New York Department of Health is now reviewing doctors medical coexist and they're refusing to accept some of them so sadly children who have had adverse reactions so families who have religious convictions cannot ah cannot ex- exercise those religious convictions in New York and California. Although we've been fighting this in the courts so far we have not one so families are either having to homeschool home school their children or they're having a family they're moving out of state or they're sending their children across state lines to go to school which is just crazy only only have religious refugees In Twenty nineteen in New York from New York and California and kids who suffered significant adverse events from vaccine. I've seen like headaches convulsions. Like Caesar's like temporary paralysis. Those kids can now not get medical exemptions because doctors won't write right them and they're afraid for their licenses or the Department of Health when accept them so we're in a very very Very serious and wrongheaded extremist place as white now when it comes to vaccines well you know the question here what everyone is thinking. Why is this happening? Why is this happening? Mary I hate to. This is not a partisan partisan issue children's health is not a partisan issue but the reality is that New York and California both have been a democratic Trifecta They've had had a governor and both houses that had democratic have democratic elected officials and they have when that happened in New York. That happened and last January for whatever reason. The Democratic Party is very closely allied with this public health idea that all vaccines are good for all children. That's it just simply not true as a scientific matter but that is the mindset. It's visit zealous. Mindset of every child must be protected because all vaccines under safe and effective. It's just wrong. It's based on misinformation. But this is now the law in New York and California and they are going. So this is really the impetus latest behind. This is really the pharmaceutical lobby. And they've now really trained their sights on red flags purple states and so we know that taxes is a very high priority for the pharmaceutical lobby. And we know that Washington Oregon and Michigan according to Dr Peter Hotels who just as spokesperson person for the industry who just spoke at a conference. Here this past weekend we know that those are the states that are really under the gun and we know that Washington and Oregon in particular fought back very various actively last this past year twenty nineteen but we know that the legislative system sessions are coming up in twenty twenty and we know it. He's going to be a all hands on deck right your parents who care about this issue for their children. They need to get involved in their states. They need to get involved involved with the medical freedom the vaccine choice groups so that they can stand up and be counted. And you know what legislators count votes. They don't really care necessarily about issues. They may even believe you know whatever the party tells them or what. Doctors are telling them but votes count for legislators and if they see that they're gonNA lose the next election because the constituents constituents don't want it they sit up and take notice. Wow we'll you know Gosh I. There's so many things that I that I wanna I wanna ask right now And I WANNA I. This is something saying that. One of my books that I've that I've read for years Mary by Robert S.. Mandelson I know you know who that is. He's a medical doctor who was one of America's leading pediatricians who who had his own Radio Show and television show twenty five years ago? Wrote the book about how to reach a healthy child in spite of your doctor in Chapter Nineteen in that book It says immunization Shen against disease a medical time Bob question mark asking the question. Is it a medical time. Bomb says the greatest threat of of childhood diseases lies in the dangerous. This and ineffectual efforts made to prevent them through mass immunization. When I read stuff like that I think this was twenty five years ago? How did we get where we are now? Now you know. There's so many fabulous books were He. He was a hero Harris Coulter wrote a book about the assault on the American brains vaccination Russian criminality in the assault on the American brain. You know literally the movement to say there are serious problems with vaccines it goes back to when Edward Jenner for started started using it in the UK in the late seventeen. Hundreds there have always been parents who stood up there were parents who went to jail about riots about vaccines vaccines. Things are not safe for every person they may be safe for some people for some vaccines over some period of time but there are really you know long conversation. The main thing is this is medical medical tyranny. We've seen this before. Doctors were deeply involved in and you know in medical atrocities particularly in Nazi Germany but there have been other medical article atrocities. What's happening now is the doctors are not aligning themselves with their patients to first do no harm and to only treat that patient they are becoming agents of the state and this is very very dangerous and we can't imagine that this is only going to be children because guess what you can't just vaccinate children Colin and expect that there's never gonNA measles mumps or pertussis? What's happening out there? So as soon as I believe they really kind of like crap down on on the kids which they're well on their way to doing don't mandates around the corner and already putting in place adult mandates for for teachers who work in the school if they're already already putting in place mandates for healthcare workers and it's really a question of time and so we really need people to sort of wake up and smell the coffee that this is coming for you. This did you not gonNA stop with preschoolers or people until they turn eighteen. It's really a matter of years before they say up. You know what this hasn't prevented all the outbreaks. It now has to be everybody. Well and I've I've heard a lot of talk if you will about censoring of of people like Dr Moore Cola and his girlfriend on health. Not News Use Aaron Elizabeth along with people that I know personally that speak out about it on facebook that their facebook pages are being monitored and censored and a a lot of censorship out there so so set Congressman Adam Schiff of California. Overtly wrote to the head of facebook. The head of twitter ahead of Amazon onto say you must sensor these people You know the World Health Organization has declared quote unquote vaccine hesitancy as one of the ten top threats to global the health The government is very explicit. The leaders of the pro vaccine collision are very clear that they want to see us as people criticizing the safety of vaccines they want us off the Internet. They want to deprive us of any kind of Opportunity to communicate our message and we know from facebook talknet groups that have otherwise would be reaching. You know things would be going viral. They're not going viral. Because they're being censored well. Okay so what should parents do you marry if they are in a state without exemptions. Well we're now five states without any Non Medical exemptions and the medical exemptions don't really exist so get active we need. Do we really need you if you care about this issue. We need to connect with your state level health choice vaccine choice choice medical freedom group look around on the Internet look around on facebook. You'll find it. Every state has won at this point every state has a medical freedom grew. Get active you a half to start going to meet with your local Legislators you have to meet with your assembly in your Senate person you have to find out who you've got in the federal government. I work with children's Health Defense Robert. F Kennedy Jr. Organization. It's a great place to you know. Sign up for a monthly contribution. You'll get or even decide up as a lifetime member it's ten dollars and then and you'll get like information sent to every week about what's going on We need people to be active. We had an amazing demonstration on the mall in Washington Tin Week. Before last it was last called the vaccine injury event. We had thousands of people there. We had fantastic speakers. I was proud to be one of the speakers there and we were looking at the capitol. And you know looking at Congress We need to be visible. We really need to let people know. There's no more important issue for a parent apparent than protecting their child's health. There is no more important issue and we will not people whose children have been injured as mine. Was You vaccinate your child. You will do whatever you have have to do. You will not knowingly submit your child to injury and that's essentially now in New York and California what you're being forced to do Mhm It's really scary. It is parent. I have to tell you. And so many of my friends They're just so afraid they really are. They don't know what to do. And this is a big big fight that we have in our hands as parents fight but you know take hearts. I mean people are Waking Up. I just came back yesterday. From the first in four International National Informed Consent Conference in Little Italy and there were activists there from Europe. There were people from Israel. There were people from the United States. There were over a thousand people at the meeting leading. It was live streamed on the on the high wire the informed Consent Action Network website Take Heart I mean. There's thousands the media the mainstream stream media isn't covering it but there are thousands of people tens of thousands of people who are working on this issue around the world and the law is really the norms terms. The the agreed upon international norms for medicine are on our side the precautionary principle the hippocratic oath. First do no harm informed consent. That means you have to have prior free and informed consent for all medical interventions. So what they're doing is distorting the norms that we all agreed on out of World War Two to protect human rights. They are the ones who are distorting what we have agreed on is what is necessary for ethical medicine not US yeah. Well what's coming up in twenty twenty. Isn't there an initiative. Well Twenty twenty. I think what we see. Is that in many in all of these states. They're going to be real assault also on the right to choose and there's GonNa be assault on religious and philosophical right so if your listeners care about this issue get involved now because starting in January in twenty twenty we are going to see bills to restrict the right to say no to vaccines. Well you know you wrote the book the HP vaccine on trial. You've I've been on the show a couple of times talking about that. You know so many people will ask me so what what about the HP vaccine. So I'm GonNa ask you Mary to educate our listeners. What about the HP TV vaccine? What do you want them to know? What I want to know is that it's never been proven to prevent a single case of cancer? Ever okay. It's being sold as preventing cancer. It's never ever ever been proven what what's been proven is it reduces in the near term the lesions that might lead to cancer what we know is that PAP screening cervical cancer screening works. It's reduced cervical cancer. Seventy five to eighty percent in the developed world. You still. You'll have to get a PAP test if you're going to get an HPD's vaccine there is absolutely no reason for the HPD's vaccine what we see is enormous reports of injuries injury after the HP vaccine including deaths there have been over five hundred ten reported deaths in the United States from the HP vaccine. And we know that that what is a wildly and undercount. This is an unsafe inadequately tested vaccine. And I would you know. I'm not a physician but people should do their own homework before they make a decision on that vaccine and what we see now Bernadette. Is there in New York state. where I live? They're trying to mandate this vaccine for all children and this is a vaccine that has no place in a school context. Children are not having sex in school to the best of my knowledge and yet this is a this is a vaccine doc. Seen against a sexually transmissible disease it's unacceptable. I agree well. The manufacturer of it is Merck. If I'm not mistaken and last year you're there. Worldwide sales were forty two point three billion dollars. That's a lot of cash. They have a lot of money. And this is the end. The end game remember Emmer. Vaccines are a really special bizarre product. They have the manufacturers and the healthcare providers have liability protection and they can be mandated mandated by states. So this is just pure money. This is just you know you get this recommended. And then you get mandated and then you sit back in the money rolls in your ability. Yeah I'm going to read from Dr Mendelsohn again in his book. He says there is no convincing. Scientific evidence that mass inoculations can can be credited with eliminating any childhood disease. What do you say to that? I say he's right. We still have measles outbreaks. We still have outbreaks. We have pertussis this outbreaks. We know that we know that people who have had the measles vaccine are transmitting it. We know that people with protest had the protests vaccine are the primary people both who are who are spreading protest we know that the mumps component of the Mr Vaccine didn't work and that's why we're seeing outbreaks in lots of colleges. It is in the military it just you know at a minimum people must have a choice. There are obvious risks associated with these medical intervention. There's no question question about that. And where there's risk there must be a choice. This is a fundamental human right. This is about the right to life. Vaccines can kill certain people. There's just no question there's no screening greening is if you have no choice. This is really you know. Interfering with your right to life I love your passion And and it's just incredible information in that we're putting out today. I wanted to say this. You know if you look at other countries in the world we were talking about earlier. Japan has has taking has taken the. Mr Ska ah off of their required schedule. There's a reason for that. That's right. They also took away their recommendation from the HP vaccine they saw widespread injuries and a short period of time and they took it off of the recommended schedule. Japan has been far more cautious than the United States. Sadly will do. How can we fight this what I say? I think people have to get good information. So Children's health defense is a great source of Information National Vaccine Scene Information Centres. A great source of information informed Consent Action Network. Those would be my top three picks get involved with one of those places look around on the Internet for for who your organization is at your state level and get involved. Those are the things that you you need to do. First and in terms of like your own children He we know you need to be vigilant. You need if they give vaccines in some states. Kids are allowed to consent on their own Bernadette. You need to tell your kids you do you. You know if some doctor or nurse comes to you and says Oh gee do you want to be protected from cancer. Your kid needs to know or some clinic setting they are not to say yes to that they you you know your kids need to know mom or dad has to be involved in these medical decisions. those are those are some of the things I would say. Well you know I just have to thank you you for speaking up for our children here in America and and and all of us are at risk now because as you said this has gotten It's it's gotten bigger than life No Pun intended attended. It's just out of control the amount of immunizations that are trying to force us to administer to ourselves and our children so As a leader I thank you so much for leading this fight and all the work that you've done. Thank you so much. Thank you Bernadette. Take Care you too. And that is Mary Holland as I said she is the General Council Vice Chair of the Board of Children's health defense she's also the author of vaccine epidemic and the HP vaccine on trial l.. Both excellent books if you want to educate yourself on this subject stay tuned everyone Joe Lane coming up. You're listening to one life radio Jackson Browne to soothe the soul Welcome back to one life radio. Everyone this is Bernadette with diamond. Gray Viane Nevi Mendoza. A- and Jill Lane yes Joe Lane is in studio with us today. I think you're probably one of our most popular guests on the show when people when people know that you're on they always want to call in and ask questions and they do very popular so if someone does want to call in and ask a question it's two one four seven eight seven eleven ninety. Of course that doesn't apply in California because when you get this show we'll be off the air here in Dallas but you can email us at info. ooh One life radio DOT Clara. Go Post something on social media. If you have any questions for Jill so jill you know before we get into your five ways to train your brain gene Banish brain fog. And Sharpen your thinking which we're going to talk about this thorn Article You're a huge proponent of thorn research and their wonderful products. And you know I'm right there with you I'm right there with you and so But before we get to that I WANNA talk about everybody I I know right now is kind of sick either with you know something. That's you know in their in their intestinal track or they've got a cold or flu virus and they're suffering. What's what's your best advice for someone out there who wants to just heal naturally? Oh Man I mean we joked about it earlier but I think I can't tell people enough including my own kids which wash your hands the wash your hands wash your hands. Wash your hands and I'm not talking about using hand sanitizer and the data shows us that the more you wash your hands. The chances of you getting sick go down and and I think you know I work with a lot of student. Athletes and I am in the gym a lot and as you are too and everybody in studio and on of people I see come and go from the gym without washing their hands before for they leave makes me go. Oh my gosh like it goes back to just talking about being fruits and vegetables which around my next thing but it's like the basics like let's not forget about the basics. Keep your hands washed yet like more so now than ever not out of paranoia but because people are just coming and going in there sneezing into their hands like you were saying instead of seizing into a tissue who are your your eyes or whatever your elbow or whenever we WANNA do turning your head away and not seizing all over the shopping cart and then you know viruses and bacteria can live on certain surfaces surfaces for a while so you just have to be wash your hands. Don't get crazy with the hand sanitizer and all that stuff But I take some natural quote unquote hand sanitizing wipes wipes when I fly on the plane and I wipe things down because who wants to arrived a vacation sex. I think you can do a good job with that But that's the first thing the second is. There's IT's definitely more sugar around this time. Halloween and it used to end at new years but now goes all the way to Valentine's Day. It's like this extended party and we know no that that can reduce immune function and so be mindful like we were talking about earlier. If you WANNA have cinnamon rolls Thanksgiving morning. Great but be mindful to how that makes you feel. We'll be mindful to your sugar intake that and your kids and it doesn't mean you don't have any treats or you'd feel the step probation but match that with your plant based intake lots of vegetables. Oh some high fiber fruits keep your blood sugar balance because that keeps your immunity and check. It's also good for your gut health with most of our immune system lying in our got. We have to take care of our gutten. Lots of plants. And if you do get a gut sickness or you already have some sort of gut health issue you know aim for things like bone broth bone broth based soups. Yeah get some Collagen and and minerals down to the to help strengthen it yeah and take care of your pull. I oughta bionics Yup and Vitamin D. Vitamin D. Three K.. To Adorn makes a great product. It's like twenty. I gave diamond some earlier today because we had some in the studio but somebody They had a dot battle. So I bought another one but yeah so so important because you're not getting out into the sunshine and you're eating a lot of sugar it all those combinations just people not being as well in the Sun Kil so many bacteria viruses assist. Naturally you know things if you put things in the sun it at kills them right. I mean it could but I think to your point we know that having an optimize optimize vitamin D levels was good for immune system amongst like so many other things. So if you don't know your vitamin D. level or that of your kids get it checked. I was speaking with a client of mine earlier today and and she was like well. The doctor said they don't check vitamin D kids. I'm like you tell them. You want the vitamin D checked and your kid insurance. You'RE GONNA pay for it. We'll pay for again back to the doctors mindset like. Let's think outside the box most of mine vitamin D ratings. I seen the youth that I work with you. Know between ten and fifteen years old are lower than the adults because they're not eating vitamin D.. which salmon even these athletes that are playing out in the sun? All the time have low vitamin D levels and so- Vitamin D is Great. It's it's easy to supplement. You can get it in liquid or a very tiny capsule the reason why I like thorns so much because most vitamin DS that are in a capsule that are powdered. Vitamin D is is a fat soluble. Vitamins very concentrated so to put it in a powder has to be Deluded and the ones that are often used in the manufacturing side vitamin D is lactose have issues with dairy and they don't have to put it on the label and so you can be trying to avoid dairy trying to heal your God and be taking and consuming lactose without knowing and wondering why you're not getting well yeah. Dairy doesn't it. Produce Mucus in the mucus membranes. which which makes it like sticky like glue so if you do pick up a virus the Irish more likely to hold onto? It's probably my number one recommendation. If I have someone come into my office. WHO has general sinus trouble throughout the year and they are talking it up to seasonal allergies which it very well L. could be? We struggle a lot with that in north Texas. I say less and less. Just go off dairy temporarily. Make sure we're getting your calcium from other food sources. Let's get you on a good probiotic and over seventy five percent of the time it clears up on its own. I just remembered something. It's t Tuesday so don't eat any dairy today. help the cows house something new every time that though yes in the works for that right I thought of it. I listing. Go Tuesday better than me. Yeah good to go. So we'll we'll get some shirts made one. We'll we'll come up with the design together but you know so. Many people out there to have Have trouble focusing. They do at work or at school. Today are subject with Joe Lane who is a pro athlete. Health nutrition coach and founder of fuelling champions which is the three steps? Sports performance and Athletic Nutrition Program Bill to maximize the potential of student athletes and the parents that support them. You can find Jill on Instagram at team. Fuelling champions champions or her website fuelling champions Dot Org our topic. Today is five ways to train your brain is I said banish brain fog and sharpen your thinking from Thorne article which which is a great company. that Jill is associated with as well okay. So let's talk about this five ways to train your brain. What do you do if you have trouble focusing at work or school? Why think again? It's back to the washing of the hands. Make sure you're getting the basics. Okay it's like making sure your car has gas and oil. You need to make sure that you're you as the vehicle. Your body has the nutrition it needs so that your brain can run again. We think of the brain of some disconnected object from our body because you in this capsule absol- On our shoulders and we think they're not connected but it couldn't be farther than farther than the truth. In fact there I just read an article that was actually published a year ago. But it had to do with some very early preliminary findings at the brain might have its own microbiome. Wow I mean that is literally game that ends up being true and so they have a lot of follow up research but we know that the gut and the brain are intimately connected through. Something called Vegas nerve in fact you've had a doctor Chris Wonga organon neurologist and she's the one who taught me this that in Utero the brain and the gutter actually formed from the same tissue and they stay connected through the vagus nerve as we e as they separate and become two different quote unquote organs but they intimately connected through our whole life and we need to start addressing the brain as if it's not the one just master and charged with the stuff in the body. The brain went to do well. Yeah I mean they I remember the first time I read I think it was a doctor Natasha what is her name McBride. Who came up with the gaps diet and the made the connection? And I talk about this all the time on the air because You know I grew up with a brother that was schizophrenic. Ev Ev indeed. It was part and part from I think a lot of different things contributed to it but in part of the food in his gut microbiome being off and maybe maybe Schizophrenia got worse and worse because of that when you hear stuff like that when you know that somebody is suffering such a severe mental disorder and it could be something associated with their gut. This is important information that everyone needs to know. Absolutely I mean the in this article. We're talking about they quote Some data from the enhance study. which is is one of the biggest studies outside? Probably the nurses health study ever done over a period of time on people that talks about the fact that we just need to eat more plants and I need to study to say say that but it's proven and if we do that let's is better off. Let's talk more about that. I WanNa talk about that. That's interesting stay tuned. Everyone more coming up with Joe Lane. you're listening to one life. Radio Mole Ah Jill welcome back everyone one to one life radio. This is Bernadette. I'm in studio with Jill Lane and I love this woman. We're going to be talking about five ways to train your brain. I quickly want to let you know that that you can go to our website. One life radio DOT COM to download and listen to our podcast or subscribe to our newsletter. You can also listen to our podcast on apple podcast. Google podcast stitcher. Sure or spotify or you can go right to Iheartmedia dot com to listen live or download the free iheartradio APP. Listen to us from anywhere in the world. A big shout out to our sponsors great companies like Sun Warrior. Use The code. Oh Alar for twenty percent off your order. In fact I just had Adriana ordering me some more of their silver immune shield old because this is a great product and you just put it in your juice or your whatever. 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We don't mind because we love crazy waters all natural mineral water. That's been making people feel good inside and out since eighteen eighty one. Try Crazy water. If you haven't already they also have a crazy phys water. That's like a San Pellegrino now except here local here in Texas. So you don't have to go. Yeah Yeah No. It's really good very very good. And it's and it's all sparkling mineral water so check it out all right right Joe Lane. I want to have as much time with his possible. So we're talking about five ways to train your brain and banish brain fog and sharpen your thinking. What do people need to know on this this topic? Well the fact that you can actually train your brain. We used to think that the brain couldn't change that it was just like this fixed thing but now we know the term is called as neuro plastic plastic. So weird can you think of plastic. You don't think flexibility but that it can change over time that we can change the structure we can create new neurons and speaking of training. Probably one of the best things you can do for your brain is exercise variety of different reasons. One helps with blood flow blood flow to the brain. which is really important but to it actually helps raise as something called B. d. n. f. which basically is kind of like miracle grow for the brain's neurons and there's lots of other things that can help raise beady enough but exercise is is really amazing in that vein and so get moving where you know? If it's a holiday season one of the biggest things I I teach people to just maintain their weight are used to and I worked more. In in the weight-loss realm of health was to not skip exercise. We get so busy and we punt exercise to the sideline and is the biggest thing that that will help. Maintain your weight and your mental stress. I haven't been holidays for a lot of people. I had this discussion with someone earlier today about using exercise to fight depression Russian. They're better thing to fight depression than to get up even handle it like you mean at right. And Science proven science proven proven. Yes actually size Can lift the effects of depression now. It doesn't mean you might not need might not need any other Supportive measures but at minimum. You should be exercising. What about meditation? Yes I think so I mean again. There's data show. The meditation helps with stress helps with brain. Health helps with focus not everybody. Some people are very intimidated by the thought of meditation. Because I think there's this miss the some notion that to meditate effectively you have to completely shut your brain off. Well that's totally impossible. You can't quiet your brain. We really can't control what's happening in our brain and and so there's an amazing woman that runs a company called Ziva. Meditation Taught Me Listen. Gold Meditation is not your brain. It's just let your brain go through a process of kind of like downloading things and letting it go. Let it go so quiet. Time prayer meditation. Wherever you want to call it is really good for your immune system to? Oh Yeah it is. It's so important to steal chillier. Mind and and your body to to rest but what about real quick best tips for a better sleep. Exercise decompressed turn off the Electronics Onyx. One or two hours before. Keep your blood sugar balance by not going too crazy on the sugar and just keep lots of fiber healthy fat and protein in your meals. All Right Jill Lane always great. I love that woman This woman you can find her team fuelling champions or her website fuelling champions Dot Org everyone you get one body you get one mind mind and you get one life get out there today and be contagious -ly positive.

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The Last of Us: Left Behind

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The Last of Us: Left Behind

"Right now, an ear of the neighborhood listened starring Paul Tomkins and Nicole Parker is out for free check out the first episode with special guests, Maria, Laszewski, wherever you get your podcasts for more follow at Your Wolf on social media happy listening. You like podcasts. Right whether you listen occasionally or can't get through your day without them. There's great app you need to try. It's called Stitcher stitcher is a free APP for. android that's really easy to use from classic favorites, too. New Hit shows from Oprah. And CONAN O'Brien as well as the best of true crime like cereal and my favorite murder stitches home to all your favorite podcasts visit stitcher dot com to download stitcher for free today. Heads up this episode of how did this get? Played contains major spoilers for the last of US part one and the last of US left behind. However, there are zero spoilers for the last of US part two. We recorded this prior to its release. Enjoy the show and. You had your own video game and you could set it in any world whatsoever. What world would you set in it? And like for example, I WANNA be like the little creature who was as small as like a little rocker, a pebble and you had to explore underneath the plants in a mysterious like shrunken adventure. Awesome game, be yeah, thank you. That's so cool i. mean that's so creative I mean I. Don't know how follow that I. Just. You just say like it could be anything in my mind just. Anything at all I, think I really like post apocalyptic settings so I think. You know? There's a contagion. That is affecting America. And its head injuries to go outside. Oh in the government, response is completely out of proportion and actively making things worse and people are just getting sick and dying all around us, and no one knows what to do. That's kind of my. My pitch. To see you would just set. You could set your game anywhere and you would just set it right here in the real world in the present. What's going on? What? Also you'd have a Bo. I guess I guess none of us have blow so that does sound like a fun game. Good Job Nick wider hard. With this job interview. We pit, infected against hunters and battle. The scariest enemy of all teen angst in the last of US left behind this week on. How did this get played? Welcome to. The show where we discussed the worst and weirdest video games of all time I'm nick wider along with Heather Anne Campbell. Hi, I'm Heather Anne Campbell along with our producer Matt Apodaca. Hello, everyone! Hello, everyone and welcome back bucket! It in. In its Canon? So. We have a lot to discuss this week game. Wise because I think we're going to discuss this game, but also as part of it. We we this DLC, but I think as part of it. We will naturally talk about this franchise, which as of this recording we are about to get the second entry and the second main line injury. But I know this is a franchise. We all have strong strong takes on. But before we get into that before we descend into Gaming Helena. This isn't a hellish game, but you know what it's hellish world. That Joel and Elian habit and Riley as well. They live a hellish world, so think of it that way before we descend into this kind of gaming, hell, we will spend as we always do seventy seconds. In Gaming, heaven. That's council great. Let's go for it. So. Put New Pokemon snap. That's the news. Yes, that's the breaking gaming news this week Pok Mon. Snap a game. I missed on the sixty four I. Think I'd just generational. Age Wise I I was like that teams for kids but Matt You were a kid. You played pool game on snap. I was a kid. This game came out in nineteen ninety nine, so just over twenty years ago, and it's back on the switch and I'm I'm excited to give it a try. You know I only got to mess around with it a little bit as as a young boy. Eight or nine year old. When this was out, but now as a almost thirty year old man. I can't wait to play this thing it's on. It's on rails, so you get to these these different island environments, and you're kind of just moving through the thing automatically, and you see various different Pokemon, and it's just. I mean this is now. The thing. It's like in every game. It's in this game on the PS four. Photo mode the game basically, or you're just taking pictures of different things as they're happening and it's it's great. I can't wait to give this thing a try. A rail shooter weren't a shooting guns. You're shooting photographs. Time's up on. Is that okay? Got That in. Yeah, I think I think you guys did a really good job there I'm going to get right into a question that is probably on. Our listeners minds because they are seen the title of the episode Yes. Yes, and they know the concept of the show. And I know we've touched on this offline, but I think we should touch online. offline doesn't matter. I think we should touch on the fact that we are just. Pulling out a great game. We're going to talk about it and it's not like. That's stranding animal crossing, which were arguably weird. Yeah, this is just good and and great and moving and. I mean what were we? What are we doing? Voice is going on. I think it's weird as hell. I mean. A Guy with the mushroom head like what Oh my God. CAN YOU SAY random? Spores everywhere. This is weird guy is and I would say to the last of us. Excuse me. There are quite a few people in this day I. Don't know if they were. Able, left, there is quite a few people throughout the entire thing upwards of twenty. Yeah, we're title guys. I hope we do live shows at some point. I hope that this this pandemic and we can do live shows so that people can see what it's like to. What I look like when you guys doing this. I hope we don't get to though so i. don't experience them not laughing at us. Dead Sign Arena packed with four people someone in the bag. Heather was right. That's the Ayrshire Look I. Just I think the For me. I know that the premise of the podcast is what we say up top, but I just always feel like that's subservient to what we want to talk about, and I just feel like this is a fun topic of conversation. That's my argument for it. Yeah but I mean I think I think I also, maybe I think maybe some of our listeners. The more pedantic ones you know there are. There are pedantic people who listen to podcasts I don't know. No. It's I. Mean it's it's I didn't know this at first, but if you look into the if you read like some of the social media replies, there's some real financial people who gravitate towards podcasts, but I was gonNA say the baby those people. Maybe some subset of audience doesn't like that we are deviating ever so slightly from our premise from the gimmick from the hook of the show if you will, but I think by and large I think people are just fine with us talking about a game, we wanna talk about especially if it's something notice notable rather, and this I think is notable because it comes just as last of us to is about to release. And for me last of us to like we don't WanNa do that spoiler. Last of US two episodes while we haven't played it, but also we don't want to release that spoiler last of us to episode before people have had a chance to dig into it right right. Yeah, that's my know, but yeah, we cannot. Just you not do the show we can. This show asteroid base for listening. We'll see next week. Look I, I'm not complaining about what we're doing. I want I want to get ahead of the Vitriol online which? Is You know I'm I'm forecasting like people burning their How did this played shirts? Raring up there. How did this get played cassettes? All the theme songs perhaps filling their how this played thermoses with urine, and then drinking that urine, and during this played challenge sort of protest. piss guzzle. Yeah, I could happening. Yeah, yeah, so. How does this play Challenger establishing that is? That's filling the water bottle. The Brandon water bottle with your own urine and the drinking it yeah, that's official. That's the official challenge and that this isn't doesn't raise money for anything. This is the thing to do. Well No, but it. It sort of just I. Guess Brings Awareness to yourself about what your own. Life. Got It okay well. You know that has value. Yes, so you know, so you can identify it against you know. Some of the off brands. How come there isn't a see Joel ever take a Piss in last of us that. Well you took my main criticism. Be on the lookout. got a drain the Lizard. God dammit Ellie. I can't go if you're looking at me. Yes, I, mean with the some of the I am. The last of us, she just like run directly through the. In several times. While going look out. Joel look look out. I want you to Rome Last of US is my favorite game of all time. And Left behind was one of the most emotional moments I've ever had in a video game. And I am a little nervous to talk about this game. Wow, both because I think I tend towards hyperbole and also because it. It was just it was a really. I don't know it will have. To play to play an incredible game. Straightforward incredible game, and then when you play the expansion pack and find out and confirm that that Elliot's Gay I started crying. I started sobbing so hard. As a as a gay and formerly fairly closeted woman. You kind of down. Yeah. I've been stuck. In, Nick from. I I'm. Finding out. That wasn't harassment. I'm sorry. But but yeah, so you read into relationships between women in media all the time you're like. Oh my God, it would be so cool if if one of them confessed that they were in love with the other one like you you, you think of it constantly, and there's so little representation in mainstream content like none of the fucking marvel movies. None like yeah. Oh, maybe. Might be gay or like. It's never like in like in a home. Run triple a piece of media. It is almost never the case. There's just like a lesbian, and it's certainly not two of them so like when when they're in the I mean I'm jumping way ahead, but when they're in the photo booth I was like all man I'm really reading into this. This is this is a lot and I had this feeling that I had when I was in high school, when I was a kid, and and was thinking like should I. Should I kissed? This girl? Is that what's happening? No, that's not what's happening. I'm a monster whatever because. That's how you internalized homophobia when you're raised hardcore Lutheran. But when they kissed Onscreen, I just started sobbing. I couldn't believe that I had been playing as. A Gay woman for for seventy hundred hours of the other game, and then it's just okay. Let's start the podcast. Are we recording? We've we've been rolling. I was I was part of why I wanted to talk. And we are schedule. You want to talk about this podcast, but I know from talking with you both on and off the podcast that you love last summer's I also love last, but in particular this DLC. I know that you you had you had a strong reaction to, and and it's like it's. It's like I. Always say it's fascinating. Viper Spectra here at through that that Lens I it is definitely A. I think a bold creative choice. Even four twenty fourteen. When this released to have that element to you now I mean it's sad, it's. Like this is we have within our lifetimes? We have seen. Gay Relationships become approaching. Normalize still not fully normalized in all of the US, but it is like. Yeah it definitely has an emotional impact, also seeing that, and then you realize the gravity of Riley's absence after seeing that Ellie and Riley had like like. Have that connection you know it's. It's like it's. Almost where we're jumping way ahead here, but the way I process. It is like if if my I love. I. Kiss Them. And then they died almost immediately. Yeah, like how would that just completely wreck my brain and this is all happening in the prologue to the events of the last of us, so she's got all that she's grappling with the whole time. She's following around this weird old man. Also, it's like no joke book. The joke book is now like. Just devastated. Yeah, like it's it's. It is. Yeah I mean. There's. Last of US certainly doesn't late on thin like not. It's not a subtle. I Love Opera I. Love like that Metoo to space opera, horror opera, and this is a operatic game, so I'm glad I don't know it's. It's a big. It's a big big game. We're talking about guys. Here's what I guess we'll. We'll start here so the you know. The last of US came out for playstation three. It was remastered for a for PS four and And the last of US and the the deal see the last of US left behind was developed by a separate team. Not a separate team, but by a smaller version of the last of US team street at a sort of you know were compact streamlined crew that knocked this out. It's not very long. It's you know you can knock it out. Even I play explorers. Pace I always play a little bit slower than you know you look at any of those websites say how long to beat a game I and even for me. It's like another four hours. You can beat it into if you really. If you've been playing last of us, you remember the game play and you step right into it. You could probably knock it out in a couple hours certainly played in one session. But it packs a lot in. And I think for. A lot of the complaints. I saw about this game or that. It wasn't worth full price when it came out, which is arguable, I think it initially retailed at fifteen bucks. Now you can get it for ten I think for ten bucks. If you like last of us, it's absolutely worth it even just with a few hours of play, and and a lot of it is just like six dollars late. It's you know it's four. It's four more bucks for for for to play a like. It's longer than a comic book. Yes, I think it's a good price and I. say go out and purchase yourself. A copy of the last of US left behind. The game. Yeah this is this is this is our whole our whole podcast now. Full on branded content. Ending with a called action to buy the game. We've been discussing by the game. Fill the thermos. Drink your piss flavor. Because I didn't have to do it in at additional purchasing, it came with my copy of last of US remastered. I just had it. Yeah, at a certain point started being bundled with that I. I guess we'll say that that the you know last of us so this. This is a this is a prequel it starts. It takes place before the of us, however, because it informs so much of the character of alley in last of us and because it. I mean we just spoil fucking, Bang. So whatever but I mean like it because because of what it does I think. If you haven't played last of us I, think even the also naughty dog would advise you play last of US first. Then play this. And also I would say heather. You and I had a similar reaction towards I haven't played I was never as stilted and did not put as many hours in the last of us as you did your fucking, you know playing the shit out of the multi-player of last day never even touched, so you really really know system mechanics, but coming back to this game after years of not playing, not like I was just like. Like I was so fumbling with it, I was like Oh. Shit I! Don't remember how the combat works. A stealth works I'm getting fucking murked endlessly by enemies that had not no problem taking out like swarms of when I actually played through this game it it. It's like it's crazy. How much my skills as a game are atrophied in terms of this. It took me a while to get back up to speed. Yeah I had like mental rose set for crafting like it wasn't even like I could I had to think. At like my height of factions, playing which you can see on my youtube, channel At the height of my playing factions. Wasn't even like conscious of playing was more like. I would know where everything was spawning, and I would know where how without looking at my inventory I could keep track of like what. What would you call it loose? What loot I had in my inventory for crafting like it was all just like one wave of experience and now playing it again, it was like getting rusty bicycle where like the wheels were were my hands were supposed to be right. Yeah it was hard. What I'm saying is I felt dumb and bad. I think this is the this is aging. This is like you get older and then you're like Oh. Wait this. I used to know how to do this. They can't do this anymore. Why why does to aging I think this video games? Since last of us like you know, you don't necessarily have to blame. Aging like. We're getting old we're getting up there. Men like if if you sit down and you play street fighter and you're like Oh yeah I remember how to play his re because you've literally played as review for twenty fucking years great. A window of time where you played the last of us, and it is a complicated control scheme, and it's not like those gaming mechanics then transferred to other games like it's not like. Uncharted uses the same crafting. System so once you go into unchartered multi player. You have to unlearn last of US and then dump in uncharted, but don't give yourself shit. That's what I'm saying. Don't give it's okay. I think I will say this I think there is. There is a difference between. Yes, it's a complex control scheme, but I think there's a difference between something you learn as a child and something you learn as you're. In your golden years, and which for me are ongoing and I? I like I feel like I. I I can retain street fighter. Two learned that when I was eleven years old, and so it's just like Oh, well. Yeah, that's like a skill like if had to be a clarinet now played clarinet and twenty five years, but I would like to know how to play it because I. Those are skills I learned as a kid, and I feel like with I I i. Think Gaming is similar of just like Oh. This is a game. I played. As as I'm as I'm fucking older, and so I just don't retain this information in the same way, but because and also to I'll just say that they are elements in this that it's not like a completely unique. It's not like what Tom or it's just like. This is so completely. Bat Shit versus anything I've played. This has any resemblance to it. It's like this is you know this has stealth and cover shooting and you know fuck in. A bow that you can use to snipe targets. It's like it's got a lot of mechanics that are shared with a ton of other games. It's just I forgot how to fuck and play it. Yeah Yeah Okay. Yes, but it came back to you by the end right back to me. Yeah, but because it's kind of a short walk, I I just. I felt like I was even through that last combat sequence I felt like I. was like pulling it together, and like literally the the thing I didn't use to do with playing games I. Fucking look at my hands to see where what buttons I'm pressing. So fucking old. Row Yeah by the time we get to the final, so the first skirmish I was like fuck. I do not remember how to run. I don't remember how to do anything. By the final skirmish I was like. Head headshot those dudes with those arrows. Taking them out, hit him so hard in the head that slip over a bannister. That's fun. It's it's the best. I love those shitty little bombs that you craft lows little coffee. Love lades lovable, Shitty bomb. It also sounds like you're pouring quarters into their. Black, that's what I love about it. It sounds so shitty. Bad I killed my shitty bomb yeah. Just like like for me to that's not something I typically enjoy in a game at all I am a crafting skeptic I I usually. Have the dissenting opinion on crafting, but this game does it really well, and I did not have a problem. Making this stuff in this game, because of the love, the way they. The way it's communicated like it's such a necessity like you need to. You need to keep making these things to succeed in the game, so I took to that really well and like the sense of urgency when you pick up. Like a half, a bottle of Alcohol to. Molotov cocktails. Thank God. Oh! So satisfying I will say that living through a real pandemic. You get the sense that there is an unrealistic amount of of hand sanitizer. I. Can't get rubbing alcohol. It's been five months into this or whatever you can't. You still can't get rubbing alcohol anywhere. No right and she's. She's finding it in a drawer underneath a cash register. That hasn't been completely destroyed. And you'll find just like stray paper. That someone hasn't wiped their ass with. Brown streak down the bill. I will I will say that the. The thing that they got right. Is that that while we're in this pandemic? You see like a when I drive to west. Hollywood like if I have to drive somewhere to pick up something in my fucking mask and my and my goggles and And repeating are aren't la just so you just don't Orient you. West Hollywood is kind of west of Hollywood. So I'm sorry I can continue other. Does, a lot of our listeners don't live in L. A. Area, so they might need a sense of. The local geography. I'm just GONNA. Let you brew in that. Man To. Just keep I. Just want you to keep sitting in that waist down all. Like You did. From from West Hollywood, though whereas North Hollywood. A great question Matt it's. It's kind of actually. A little east of West Hollywood, where? You get to Hollywood, and then you go north of there, and then you're. You're kind of in North Hollywood. Say Northeast of West Hollywood. Okay, that's Indonesia these conversations. These parts of the podcast made me feel alone in ways that I've never felt alone. To? And it's like the it's like my life is is the end of a looney tunes cartoon like it's just getting smaller and smaller. If any consolation heather. I don't think you want what either of us have. No. Friends. Hi. I'm Paul F. Tompkins, and I'm Nicole Parker and we have a podcast. It's outright now called the neighborhood listen. That's right on the neighborhood. 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How much of the ICONOGRAPHY of Zombie movies was dead on for how we actually respond to a pandemic, but it didn't get is that you know four months into the last of us that people would be at Brunch rabbi in fucking Hollywood like eating their fucking egg sandwiches without a mask. What? The Drake Motor. We'll also get at for at first. I was like well. It's different, because last of us is airborne. It's like no. No, this is airborne. We're GONNA fucking. Airborne pandemic it down because we're talking a pandemic on a video game podcast. It's a pandemic game. I'm sorry I'm I'm sorry we've gotTA talk about it. It's it's one here man. I'm I'm a gay protagonist. There was a studio named pandemic that believe got bought by EA and then and then shuttered. Pandemic! You know they were they. They existed back in the day. That I'm glad it's probably they would be having to rename themselves. In this current climate, I will say that the. The the I like I was expecting Oh. This is going to be too grim playing this game right now, but I didn't have that feeling at all. If anything I was like, it's like it's kind of. It honestly felt like escapism because I was like Oh. This is A. World this is where things have gone worse, but yet there is still some kind like measure of hope. Yeah, and and that for me like I I I responded to. It's also you see, and I think this speaks to. This is not just this game, but also last of us in at large is like I think the government's response. was more competent than ours. Like they got those quarantine cities together pretty quickly, and all those like military checkpoints and stuff like I cannot imagine our government ever putting something like that together. Yay you see how much the like are fucking? Militarized Police or just absolutely fumbling everything. That's not just gunning people down. Yeah, it's just like there's no way they could ever be this organized. I did like I felt like it was accurate when Ellie was like. Where have you been Riley? and Riley was like well. It's fake. The pandemic is fake and jazz and Ellie was like. No, there's like zombies. You can see them with your eyes and she's again. No, that's not real. They all have bev pneumonia. That's George Soros. Soros Shit Nine. Where are we going to talk about the structure of this? Yes, we flash forward flashback. Flash forward we absolutely show. I played this with Mary. Former podcast guest, current podcasts, girlfriend and she Is She the podcast girlfriend? I mean she's your fucking girlfriend's. Two out of three Dhaka. You got anything to tell me. She could be. My could be good friends. I wouldn't mind being married at all. She seems great. But I like to say hi to marry and talking about one of the things have been baking. Great good anyway so I played with. Played it with Mary and She! Okay! Guys! That's enough and she I mean no, it's true. Okay so. I had to like explain. She hasn't played the last of us. What the fuck was happening because this game opens with just like a dude, you've never met getting look totally impair. The opening scene of this game and I'm like that's the guy shown of the opening of last of us before and I'm like that's the the guy lost his daughter and she's like Oh. Does he di explain everything? And then she was like. Is the last of US told this way where you keep cutting back and forth in time. While progressing through narrative, and it's not and I thought it was. I thought it was really effective in really good, and there's not a lot of video games that do cinematic tropes like that. You play with time and play in two concurrent timelines while forwarding a narrative right. Yeah? I mean it's. It's not a structure I think most games are pretty linear, especially games that have some sort of. Any sort of progression where your character is getting more powerful, either through you know acquiring new items or experience points. It's like it's kind of hard to do that with a non linear time line. I would love it if if Mario. Kart was non linear like in the middle of a race. Mario like learning how to drive with his dad. His Dad is like. US A mushroom Mongols. While Luigi watching driver's ED videos of people getting buck hit with red shells and their skulls leaking under the payment. Y. You can hear US intend to release a non linear Mario Kart gives us some back story into the characters during the race. Style. which skis would mccaskey's speed racer? Like in the middle of a race? You cut through an important conversation with your dad. Why did I just suddenly you saying that? Why did that make me doubt I? It's skis right. I don't know. I felt like I knitted I felt like I knew it, and then you said. You doubted it and then I was like well. Maybe it is cal skis. In way they make great pictures. They, do man they really do and I'm excited about the Matrix reboot although. I'm pretty sure that it's not going to be good I'm really excited about it anyway. Is it a reboot or is it a sequels? It's a sequel and sequel. Think that'll be fun. I like all their work. Yeah I mean I am a cloud atlas apologised love. Wasn't problematic in that it it. Does c. e is the proper term yellow face. I. Don't know what the prop if that's the wrong term than please edited out of the PODCAST, but whatever it is that you do. is on the makeup. Of An of a of an Asian person, and then, and while a white person seems. I don't know it seems weird. If a bad sign when the term for what you're doing is itself sounds offensive like maybe I should not do this evening that you can't describe without wondering if you should say it or not I yeah, it's. It's a little problematic I think what the characters playing different races. But I will say that the that the speaking of operatic I mean that fucking movie is just so like just at a level ten intensity the whole way everything is so so big in that film. Also I think that would have been probably a better video game then movie. Because I think it just like I. Think just like the an interactive element. You could slow down the pacing a little bit anyway. This is a tangent that we should not be following unless you want to hear more about movies. That would have been better games. You should listen to our DLC where we talk about. The game's being better than the movies. Check it out on Stitcher, premium and stitcher premium dot COM net. Al.. My Name Matt. DOT CA DOT org. So yeah, it actually cuts between fall and winter in the last of us, which is the the third and fourth acts and the the the third act in the Final Act, and so you're dealing with jaw, being wounded and Allie. Having to fend for herself were a bit while he recovers, and so we're seeing that bit where she's going out on her own, and she's trying to get some medical supplies like that's the that's the initial narrative. Is that was she's. She's going back She's going around to get some medical supplies to take care of Joel. And then at intercut with the past where we are seeing her interacting with with Riley who's a character who is mentioned, but unseen in the last of us and we are. We are watching them sort of go through its two malls. Right to like. We're in a mall and yeah, we're we're in A. we're in one mall with Joel and another mall with Riley. Yes, that is yes. And also. Another thing the game nails. Is that mall's right now? Completely abandoned right I mean both in terms of storefronts, and also in terms of people like walking. There's a mall outside of Las Vegas. That's abandon, and it's like an outdoor mall and it's scary. Fuck Wow. That's wrong because of covert or do you mean like just? It just got abandoned. Because of a bunch of storefronts left yeah, because of the collapse of the mall, Rice, street and the mall lifestyle so like it an empty mall. It's I mean there's a lot of them all over the world. Check it out on. Google I have a google dot com dot net dot net. I Have A. An anecdote here that I don't know if I can share or not, but I think I'm going to share it, which is I loved the last of us and left behind so much that I ask for my manager if it was possible to. Put. The word out that I would be interested in writing for Naughty dog and received word back that they were interested in meeting with me, and then had lunch with Neil Druckman over a as a job interview for the last of US partout. which I think I can tell now that the game is out as of the time of this release at the time I had to sign an NDA because they had an announced the last of partout so I didn't talk about it at all. I also won't talk about what we talked about in that lunch. Because I don't know if that made it into the game I. Don't know any anything qualm, but did you get the job? I did not get the job. I the woman who did has an awesome fucking resume and I it like I was so excited. Right? You generally speaking. If you lose a GIG, you're like. Oh, man has the WHO's the fucking jerk that the got it and I looked her up and I was like Oh pray, she's awesome. She's I was intimidated like it was it was it was great like I was really happy that I didn't get the job. and. I'm really happy to play the game now. Knowing what directions they ended up taking. Yes, my lunch with Neil Druckman. Was the most nervous. I have ever been in a job interview. Wow, I was. Star struck and I need to also drop that I've met stars. I've. You've done the same thing, Nick. We've written for like celebrities and Shit all the biggest celebs. We're talking Judd Nelson. We're talking Ray LIOTTA stand in. No we've been I've met I've met actual celebrities. Yeah, I work with very famous. And, so have I and I was not nearly as nervous, meeting Tom Cruise for example as I was meeting new Druckman I was like Oh my God. Oh, my God this is the guy made the last of us Oh boy oh God oh my God. I probably. He probably was like this. This person is a mess. They are real mess A. So but anyway I feel like I. WanNa tell that anecdote because it's on topic. Yeah, yeah, that's incredible. What did he? He'd opportunity even not even not to get the GIG. What an insanely cool opportunity it was, so it was such an insanely cool opportunity and I was really really really really really really grateful for it. But. By the way I, don't I don't think they help you in preparing for that pitch. Because really all I contributed was I wrote a I said you should do the last of US Comma T O. Like it should be like that's how you should title the game. I don't think thank you their direction. You needed and my pitch was. Just call. It loses the Kalon last of us. Yeah I mean that was also get. You took all of my pages artwork and you. retitled them last of US number, two neck, and just had a big lump of Shit. I wish I didn't notice until I handed the paperwork to kneel Druckman I was like what are you doing this and then I just had to wink for half hour until the lunch program. I thought he would think it was funny. I guess at backfired. But I you know I. I will say that the the storytelling in this is is. Very good I think that the the last US series. If anything we talked about being operatic. It gets almost I think it's. It's story almost gets a little too much credit because I would put the last of a story. I would say this is not like Oh. This is the this is the transcendent gaming story. This is like I've never seen any game. That has a story that approaches this. That's where it put it I'd say I. Honestly, even within this genre I feel like. Within post, Apocalyptic Zombie game I feel like the telltale walking. Dead has a better story than the last of us and better written crisper, better dialogue, but. It is a very good story, but what I? What I'm saying is that I think this doesn't. The series doesn't get enough credit for its Gameplay, and that's what I like what I'll say about. It is like despite me fumbling with it. The gameplay is really tightened. Good and fun and the combat I feel like you when you when you succeed at the combat like you feel like you did something. Like you feel accomplishment, because it's not like a just like I'm just gonNa run in and fucking. Mash, melee attack until I kill all these Arby's that that strategy just flat out does not work. Maybe it works on the easy difficulty, but it just general just a normal and up. Yeah it really. It's it is a such a satisfying combat system that the multiplayer was deeply addictive. All in all the multi-player is just those systems just like raw game. Play over and over and over again it it's great it's it's really great. Ten out of ten guys I also given. What? No go on. I was going to add on of. You've given the last of us. Try It here in twenty twenty. It's ten out of ten one of the best titles ever to grace of video game system. I WANNA. Say The I want to touch on a couple. Other things here one. Is that you the you know? Because of the in last of us at such an element of an waving, one thing went designed thing he does really well is scarcity where it's like you're always like you don't have enough ammo. You have to your ships, which is one of the weapons you can craft. You feel like you have used judicious judiciously the crafting materials as well as the atom themselves often have dual purposes, so it's like well shit, do I use this shift to kill a clicker or do I want to retain this, so I can open a door later on and potentially get more. More ammunition. And more, you know more pills that I can use to upgrade my character so and I think that's you know you get that element in here of like you have to be careful with with rationing everything. You don't WanNa blaze through it too much. It's less of an issue here. Because the game play length is so short, but that's a that's another thing I really like about this beyond the combat of just like you have to really be careful about how you use your resources and maximize. I'll I'll bring up the the the bottles and bricks, which I made it I've mentioned this before in the podcasts that I made it through the first time a played through last of us I made it through without realizing that there was a difference in how bricks and bottles worked. I was just like okay. Those are the things you used to throw at people or clobber them like I didn't I didn't took me it was. It was I read later on that like Oh. Wait a bottle. Actually make more sound, and they'll react to that more. I was able to progress the whole game without figuring out that Alam, but like the, but like you know when you when you like take. A break on the ground and I'm like okay. I'M GONNA use this to fucking may lay down a guy or I'm GONNA use this to kill that two. Armies this bottle to. Startled fucking runner so? Startled it's not startled or stagger runner, but I'm used to distract runner, so they can stealth. Pass them without ever having to kill anybody. I mean I I really I. I love how all that shit ties together and I think that's that's. That's all present in this the short slice of Gameplay. Yeah it's. It's perfect, right? Come on, guys well. Can I say one thing and this is? This is a this is what I. This is one thing I want to talk about which is. Nick made it wrong maybe. This was a game where you know. Ever since the introduction of achievements and then end the playstation equivalent trophies it, there are times when that kind of affects your game play, and I like having trophy notifications on because I like to get a trophy, but there were there were moments here where I was just like. Well, like for instance when you were, there's a there's a section where Riley challenges you to break all the bricks, all the windows in a car and And you just have to like. Get a break and throw toss to the window and try to do it. And I was so conscious during that sequence of like Oh. This is a trophy if I break all the windows I then I get a trophy. And then that happened and I did get a trophy, and then I was just like well. This kind of made me less engaged in this the like emotional stakes of this game play, and that happens later on with something. That actually has a little bit more. A little bit more emotional gravity to it when you are like. When she is like when you're playing the game system, and then she has to, she's like she. You're using your imagination to try and like win a video game with the where you can't see what's going on. I didn't even tell I can't even tell what was going on. That fighting game is like. Is there actual game play with no visuals and you're. You're just responding to sound, or are you not playing at all and you're just playing along with her. You're playing. Make believe with Riley's imagination. What's going on there? I think it's the last you're you're playing. Yes, she's describing a video game and you are playing the video game that she's describing, but there's nothing actually happening in front of Allie on that screen, yes. But if you go through any like if you do that sequence correctly, it's another sort thing was just like. Oh, if I do this right I. am going to win a trophy, and then you do, and then that's those are just moments or just like this kind of pulls me out of it being video game. I started this kind of pulls me out of the. Rather the moment makes me a hyper aware of the fact that this is a video game. When really I feel like this moment is going for something else. Yeah. No, I. Yes, I agree and I think that the. I I'm more distracted by the trophies went like I feel like the trophy for smashing all the car windows spoiled the joke, right? She smashes them. And then the trophy pops up and says brick, master something, and then she says check that out on the brick. fucking master and it's like Oh. Man, that would have been better as. A joke that she said it was opposed to like a pop up overlay on my game experience, so I guess maybe for the last of sequel will turn off trophies so that we aren't as aware of them and give me more engrossed in the game. Play. That was that was a legitimate complaint and I. I'll I'll stand by. That was okay. I think we're my lesson I'M GONNA leave trophies on. The I think fix for that joke is just have her. Say the thing first and then have the trophy up after she says it. That's a better. That's a better version of that. Because then she said in the game. And then you get the trophy, and then you sort of like well. That's Kinda. Funny that that's what the. And Riley may say it, but like whoever wins is the brake master. She may say that earlier maybe, but may maybe I missed remembering it, but either way. I agree that the trophy gotta steps on it, and also there's another element like that, so so a lot of what you're going on with Riley is not actual combat. You're just you're you're sometimes you're fleeing from runners and clinkers, but a lot of times you're just exploring a world and just interacting with her and some of the game play are like these. These you know they're. They're kind of a approximating the game play of their approximating Gameplay, because there's no real stakes, even if you lose, it's not a failed state. You're just progressing and there's another element of that later on where you have a water gun fight. Which I to me I found unsettling. I was just like Jerry. Scares. Me I was I was just for them. More than. Any part of the game that I had played this week. Made me feel so nervous I was very very nervous about the water gunfight. Yes. WHAT WHY CAN'T I. Know, I can't explain it to you I. Don't under- I don't understand myself. Why. I was so nervous I was just absolutely like I. Think I just don't know because I think i. Feel Elliot's such a relatable character in like I guess when I was playing, it was sort of like if I was eighteen, I made this be. I would be nervous in that situation in real life I. Want to win the water gunfight so badly and I would so and I was so like like, and then you also have to like. Shake up the water. Pump it up is like a super soaker so there is that element to it, and then you're you're you're you're shaking cover? But then it's also like wait. This is kind of a mini boss like I. Kind of had the stakes of a boss fight because it's not just a random enemy like this is an important NPC who you'd expect to be too, and she's a firefly. You'd expect. She knows what she's doing with a water gun. Honestly. That fucking! That was the most nervous I wasn't a whole game. Wow I. I did not experience that at all I was having fun with my friend. And especially the first time through I was like. Man This is I I wish these two girls would. They're so nice. They seem like such good. Wish, they were in love. Yeah I mean I. Guess for me, 'cause like. I guess I'll say this. I- marathon this game. This week and I don't know if this is jumping, so I hadn't. I've talked about a little bit about maybe on this show about how I had a save file on my three for the last of us, and I never finished it would glitch out in the same spot, where I would die every time, and stayed there for years I was trapped in a graveyard in the last of us for years, and then so when we decided to play this game I said Okay I'm going to start from zero. And just play it on the PS four, so I bought it. And then I realized that I probably wouldn't finish it in time so I was like okay. You gotTA face your fears. You gotta get back in this graveyard and just get through this thing. And when I was texting and guys that I was doing that that section alone probably took me like forty minutes. Like seems like just to get out because I kept having to. I would die, and then have to return on my ps three Ed. I did that twice before I finished it that section? And then I had no problems, and then I was just off to the races, and I got so emotionally like invested in Nachos Joel and Ellie, but like their relationship, and let just like hearing them grow as people throughout this like I. Was Not thinking that I would be sitting here right now on the eighteenth the night. You know last of us to eve. Being excited to download the last of US part to something I was thinking I was going to get, and then now here we are and I'm just I'm right here with you. Guys in the same spot just like not can't fucking wait to play the stamp thing. I liked that a lot Dr is nice. I loved it. I'm GonNa Roll right into the Review Crew Elia. Because what you said, Matt. Actually ties into what I was going to conclude with. and. That is that I played last of us. I I didn't get it on. PS. Three got it. I I waited for remastered and I got remastered night played. It was the year it released so fucking six years ago at this point loved it did not return to it, and I played through left behind which I never played before a you know despite it. Me Being, aware of it, just for whatever reason I was like I, just didn't never downloaded it, so I played it for the first time. Even though I knew. The broad strokes of the story is still was very emotionally impactful. still very fun to play still very much worth the time I spent in it. I'm glad I played it and my positive thing. We are all going to say something positive and gave the game into game numerical decimal rating after I finish left behind I just went, and re downloaded the last of us and was I'm GonNa fucking play through this again before I play last of us to, and they started that, and I just kept playing it and Blake. I. was like fuck. This game made me WanNa play last of us again and then revisiting last of us I'm like Oh. Man I'm so glad in playing this again because this world is so good in these characters are so good and the game play is so fun. and. And and and I think so at in terms of serving, and then also it informs a lot of what you know about the characters within the last of proper, so also like in addition yet play that I then play left behind, but going back and playing last of us again after left behind. You have a different feeling. So I. Think because it the instigated me to go play the original again and that I'm having the time of my life doing so. That that is my positive thing about a game that I have many positive things to say I'm going to give left behind a nine point two and the reason I'm going. There is just because it is essentially deal. See it's not super long, and because you have to play the main game to really appreciate it so as as a standalone thing, I think it's value is dependent on the original, but if you have played the original I, think this is absolutely one hundred percents worth your time. I Heather Anne Campbell something positive. You're numerical decimal rating. Was Emotionally devastating extremely personal to me and came on the heels of one of the best game experiences I've ever had in my life. If not the best game experience I've ever had. I don't really think much about representation I don't think about it because I feel like a story if it's if it's true, if story is true and good that it will affect you, no matter who. The protagonists are in who stories about but playing. Left behind I realized that I was on some level wrong. that. A there are universal stories, but the more personal story is when it's told to you, the more it hits and. So not only was this game incredible? I was also very grateful it and that is why I'm giving it a ten, because anything associated with those. Of Us. and. On the soundtrack, the game play multiplayer the deal see, it's all ten ten ten ten, but you know what neck, yes? Maybe we're wrong. What we do have Matt Smith. Score as well, yeah. I thought he gave the score i. said it's positive than I. I. Sorry, no I mean obviously my positive is that I got to experience this story and and this game like I. I I had a gun PS three. I don't know what I didn't know. It took me so long. It is said to you guys the. It's like the biggest mistake I've ever made. It was like someone. had. And you've committed crimes. Committed crimes heinous crimes. But I I was saying that it would be like if somebody just sorta like went out of their way to experience like the Color Green. Just like no I'm not going to look at this like because now playing this game, I I can't think of a game I like more than this like now. Just sort of like has impacted my entire I. mean maybe it's just because it's the only I've ingested in four days like I've just been married. But I also I wanNA. Shout out. Troy Baker and Ashley Johnson. Who are the? Voice Actors in Motion Capture. Actors for Joel and Ellie and they just act the shit out of this thing, and they're just phenomenal performers and I was reading that they had. That? They assisted in the development of the characters in their relationship as well. And, so just there the reason this game I mean aside from how fun and fluid the game play as you're playing, because their performances are so engaging, too, because you want to know what. Is going to happen to these people and I mean it's what's getting me. Excited for the last of us to to see where this relationship continues in I think I have to agree with that. I'm GONNA I'm. GonNa, give this game at ten and the. Left behind ten as well. This thing is out. I just can't believe it I I. I had I loved it I. I'm obsessed with it. I can't wait to. I mean I like talking to you guys but I can't wait to stop so I can get into last two at right after this. Yeah, I can't wait to get the shit over with. New. Are. We should also lower. Shouting performs y'all we should also mention a Yanni king who plays Riley in in this game and yeah, the very you know it's not easy that just like that that task to be you know Joel's not in this game you're. You're essentially the the the WHO's playing against alley for the bulk of this narrative, but absolutely pulls it off, and and you know the emotional stakes absolutely resonate because of her performance as well also all of this. Besides the programming this the game works. On the shoulders of Gustavo. Sent Eliah, yes, who does the the score composition for for last of us and for left behind? This is the dude who made the music for brokeback mountain and he's like fucking. Laya making this. It's it's also went I went and saw the last of us one night. Live in Santa Monica where The CAST and Gustavo performed. Cut Scenes live on stage as if it were a play, and it was. Ridiculous how incredible it was. I was actually I don editor in another I was actually there to Heather I. saw this. This performances amazing. The thing that was weird is that they took an intermission, and then afterwards they came back and did short form Improv. Which I was. Just like wire, Joel and Ellie doing helping hands. What is going on here? Nick really at that thing no. I was so excited that I knew human. Who was in that room I wish I had been there. We yeah, and also the the art animation is is fantastic in this game and yeah, the the facial animations in particular I think really sell the emotional gravity of everything that's going on. Hey, those were our thoughts on the last of us left behind, but maybe we're wrong. Maybe we're wrong. Collection of reviews from different outlets that provide counterpoint to our glowing praise of left behind. You WanNa, go first. Do you want me to? Swing Go for I'll go first great. I've got one. This is from tiger. Forty four on metacritic. K., very few games released worthwhile pieces of single player DLC, but how can masterpiece like last of us go wrong well left behind heads up delivering lackluster gameplay and the worst love story in video history. Not only is the revelation of being gay something that completely undermines this great character, but the banter between her and Riley. Actor does a horrible job. Lack the substance that Elliot's interactions with Joel had in the main game got into the hundreds in the in fact, the winner chapter the high points. The DNC of the human is good enough to be intimidating. This prequel causes great damage to the last of us in the same way, the phantom menace damage star wars is a shame. The last of US come to this and has me worried about uncharted for and last of us, too. So I, guess if you're a raging homophobe. This game would. Would upset you yeah, that's insane yeah. That wow, I mean yeah. because. It's just so clear to like I don't know I've never seen such A. Like. I don't know I've just never seen like a relationship like that portrayed in a video game, and it's just such a positive for trail. Yeah, like I don't know how anyone could think otherwise. Romance in general and Video Games is usually so clunky, handled in is like a reward for a male character. You know like Oh. Thank you, Duke Nukem. Let's get out of you. A I'm GonNa, I'm GonNa ride facing you on the motorcycle so I can suck your. Dick Lee you dry. Hold my legs. I'll be the steering wheel. I'm here to ride my motorcycle and get my Dick. Sucked Cycle. I. I've got a review. Your that's. From Ken Mill metacritic. Boring girl talk movie clip with a Dash of action, and of course, the same clunky controls and poor fighting mechanics a total waste of money. I will avoid this company's games in the future and. It's so weird that like I mean. I just don't get the people who criticize the fighting is clunky because I guess I guess. I mean maybe you could maybe make the argument that because there are so many frames of animation that it may be isn't as responsive as some combat systems you're used to, but you're not supposed to just fuck in. Go in there and Malay. Everything like that's like kind of a I. It's it's just not how you're supposed to tackle the combat here. I almost feel like a lot of people are maybe just not a lot of people complain about this or maybe just trying to play this like another cover shooter or like. Like just an action game in general, and aren't taking advantage of all the various systems in particular stealth elements. Here I I. Don't know this. I ever review here from Josh. Cab this is one star on Amazon new game plus is off over this game. This is for the last of US I should note. This is not four left behind, but I found this one interesting. I. Beat the game expecting to start a new game with all my weapons intact wrong. You define your weapons all over again. The update upgrades for the weapons are intact. Forget all that this is stupid I through this game in the trash in the director wanted more realistic experience. You should change the fact. The lead character took and turn into some kind of unstoppable. Mike, Tyson, and start clobbering zombies with his bare fists, or made it so little girl couldn't decimate a whole crew of hungry mercenary survivors by herself, like he or she is splinter cell instead of. Of these lame O's that would be more realistic and challenging to make people re hunt their weapons wrong if I wanted a challenge I just start a new game on a harder difficulty without new game, plus even though the game is cheesy and highly unrealistic. I loved the game at First Place Twenty Bucks for it have no desire to play against. What's I discovered the fatal flaw of this game? I threw it in the garbage where it belongs, feel extremely bitter toward the director in creators of this game I won't even bother part to what a letdown. What is this person's complaint? They're like I. Want the game to be. They want a new game, plus that's easier. Is that what it is like they? They want like no challenge. Yeah, you don't understand what's going on here. It's so incoherent. I was so frustrated. Reading this rereading this I was like. What are you talking about? Your complaining that the character becomes unstoppable within your complaining the new game plus doesn't let you retain your weapons, so your character is weak, but just like what what you WanNa Challenge, don't you? What the fuck you talking about Josh? I played it on easy and I. I was just I was fine with just that I was not looking for. To Struggle I. wanted to just play this thing and have a good time, and that's what happened. Yeah I. Think Easy is easy in this game I mean normal is not like super bruising difficulty. You can die on normal. But there are like you know hard and I'm replaying last of us on hard and there to difficulties levels above hard, so it's not like this is like. If you want to a challenge in this game, you can find it. I switched the fuck. Is this guy who was this complaint? Like he he doesn't want to challenge, but he doesn't like. The the game is not challenging. What come on! What is this? I? Wonder I should reply to this county. I can see over Zoom Knicks is reading and rereading this comment like his is just going back and forth on the computer reading, and like he's getting angrier and angrier and like sort of. Hunched over like the hulk now like as he rereads this it's. It's pretty great neck. It's your. I respect you man I feel like one of those guys who's like. At Resistance Brent who all he does is like read the president's tweets and then get pissed off all day long. Replies how dare you betray our office in our country's Sir. That's why I feel like, but it's about Josh. Who left this one? Amazon Review. I've got I've got one more here. Which is to Star metacritic review from French Antoine? And it opens with I feel violated. I DID NOT WANNA. Raise the initial game because I knew a deal see was coming, but if I had to, I'd given an least a nine out of ten, but this year guys is completely unacceptable. fifteen-year-olds for one hour of cut scenes, forty minutes of walking in five minutes of. And fight nothing new in in Gameplay. There's even less than the full game first off. That's incorrect. You never an area where both hunters and clippers are simultaneously, and you can play them against each other. I thought it was an exception in the DLC and can't wait for more of it. I hope there's more of it in the second game. The worst part is that you basically learn nothing interesting Riley is one of the least interesting characters ever she is just she just is the kind of people you want to hate and slap over and over Jesus. The thing is you know how it ends? Even before the first cut scene ends, and when the credits roll I was like okay. I knew it would end this way. That's it. That's not finished literally, but the biggest letdown yet. I just can't believe they show l. e. like that. She's completely another person. It completely ruined what I thought of her so. If you're thinking that a child is straight, then it means you're thinking of the child. As A. At no point when I was playing. It was hoping that Ellie was gays, so that I could sexualize was because I wanted to be l like I was like man, but it's not like me because you know. If I was hanging out with this girl, I'd probably be awkward and hitting on her. To be like disappointed like I it. I feel like I've already spoken myself or corner here, but it seems awfully weird to be like I'm disappointed that Elliot's Gay, but simultaneously I admit that I have just said that. I was happy. That allie was gay so I. Don't know different though. You're not suggesting yeah the moral equivalency here. Yeah, that's that's very the the the flip I you want that to be true on your behalf because you want to be able to experience. Just being able to have that, because there's no other game that that is possible. There's just just isn't that's. A fact, but this guys like me when I wish I could date Ellie. Maybe. It, maybe he was like I wish I could be Elliott as a straight girl on an adventure with this older man. Yeah. That's also true, but I doubt it. There's also. We can't rule out the possibility that what upset her about the Riley. Kiss is that it was interracial. That's also true guy could be racist. It'd be the issue. Yeah, but you know I mean to have a written record of that is just so embarrassing. To have the idea. I better write this down somewhere. How how? Nine only shameful but embarrassing. This is bullshit. Mary in a few years. Hey let's. That was maybe we're wrong. It's time for the question block. This one is from. At v Brian Wasi or Wasi on twitter. I really enjoyed this. Do you think the gaming industry milking too much money from gamers by constantly releasing DLC. Yeah obviously one hundred percent a and so I. Guess it's just like what? I for me. It's like this isn't another. This isn't like a fucking new set of of. A new jacket for Joel the wear that costs four ninety nine. A new piece of content that act that further illuminates this the the. Fictional world of this of these characters, I I just like that. It's like yes, there's way too much DLC that is taking advantage of. Of gamers disposable income, but this is one that I think is worth it especially if you can get it for ten bucks or less. Yeah I agree I mean. There's not as I feel like the best the best version of DLC is this like as long as it's like more playable stuff. It doesn't even have to be long as long as it's like something that adds to the story. That's paramount that it has to be at least like an addition. It can't just be like okay well. Here's just like a different. A RE skinned level. It's gotta be like a new story. Yeah, it's like a new short game. I mean I think that's that's the the length of it is what makes it? Puts it at this lower price point and put an presented his deal. See I, we're GONNA. Say other no I I have agreed with everything. You guys had said that's it just like it. You're downloading loading a horse. You're downloading story and you should pay for story. Maybe you should pay a lot less for the horse. Even though there are artists involved and making a horse, those people should be compensated sure and they're and they have jobs in perpetuity for designing more and more horses. Okay, great, but like our. Nobody's forcing you to pay money for DLC. Right. is also optional. Yeah. I I think the the the complaint people have made. Is that like hey? This piece of DLC should be included in the main game and sometimes I feel like that is very true. Yes. Yes, that's true. Yes, I'm not neutral on stuff that that exploits gamers who we want to be completion S, and you know, I, it exports that aspect of a people's personalities to. To extract extra dollars from them like that's not a thing where I'm just like Oh, that's okay. Hey, it's extra deal. See who cares. You can choose not to buy it because some people aren't wired that way. Something like well I want. If I want it and sometimes, it should be in the main game. Yeah, that's why I'm glad at least this. Now seems to be free. At least if you purchase the last of us like now I'm not sure if you get it for free. If you had it already, this one's from have flowery and quieter on instagram. which kind of store or institution would you prefer to be locked in during Zombie, apocalypse. Wow great question. We have one more time. What kind of what what kind of store or would. You prefer to be locked in during a Zombie Apocalypse? Locked this. Yes go ahead. Question you know we're? We're in malls and we're in two different malls in two different times in two different cities and left behind. A Mall I think is a a staple of the survival horror genre. I. The the issue with the mall is that there's just too many entrances and it's not secure location so I just be. They'd be on one ass cheek. The whole time I was camped out in that mall so I. Don't want to be in a mall. I kind of. Feel like the answer, this is maybe a little boring, but I kind of feel like if you were in a nice hotel. Casino a hotel has. has one secure entrance, and then you know they've got a bunch of supplies there for. Room, service and mini bars. If you could raid the mini bars of a bunch of different rooms, you know you could get good and drunk while you're waiting for death, but but also I feel like that's a place where you could find like a little I'm Gonna I'm GonNa. Find my room on the fourteenth floor. That I can just be anonymous and this'll. This'll be good hideout that no one's GonNa find me and I think I would probably go nice hotel. Maybe maybe I think I'd go maybe a level below nice hotel, because maybe a lot of people are going to try to raid the Nice hotels in the early goings. Of Armageddon slash anarchy, so I might instead I might go to like like a like a business suites hotel again. Embassy suites like that level or like. A radisson. That's an excellent answer neck. I! My answer is worse, but I'm going to go with it. In the spirit of honesty, which is I was GONNA say a Walmart one of the kinds where they sell guns now. In a walmart you can get a bed. You can get food. You can get weapons I do think there are too many entrances to a walmart, but depending on the lead time you having a Walmart. Maybe you and small group of people could bear barricade at Ala Stephen King's the mist, so like I think. My answer would be Walmart, but as soon as you started describing Hotel Thuc. Yeah, DUDE! It's like fortified like people floors. It's probably it's probably a great a great fucking answer. You could find a bellhop uniform, and where that around just for fun. That'd real hoop. Yeah because you don't have access to that outfit in general, so we're GONNA in my real life, yeah! To wait for society to collapse. I. Don't think I have a good answer because I don't i. mean maybe this is bleak. I! Don't see myself lasting in a world like this too long I too afraid. I'm not strong. And I I just I think for me I would rather be. I'd rather be in a store that I'm comfortable dying in, so it would be like someplace where I can get like my favorite snack for a long time until until it's over. Like if I could be at like a seven eleven or something. Just like clear out this slurpee machine many hotdogs. I want until I die like that's fine. Go out like slammer. Gordon on dogs, yeah, paulie shore wheezing the juice. I'm always worried. In these fantasies scenarios that I'd be. I'd go to serious too fast. I'm more worried about other people being like. What are you doing? You just kill them and I'd like. We are zombies if all the rules immediately becomes Zombie. I worried about that transition phase, and like going to quickly, and then they'd be, and then people would be like she is a liability. We need to kill her in her sleep. Right, I was like killing dudes. Also I can't kill a dude. What am I fucking talking? Shit my pants the reality, then like what if like, yeah, you just change too fast, and then like the next day it was actually it was just like a few. It's fine, and then you. Kill like four. You gotta machete in a shoulder holster. Like Day One. Yeah, our four later, all in people are just getting yogurt land art. Let's get one. Let's get one more question map all right. This might be a big question. This one's from at Blue Dragon seven on twitter. Joel. Right, Iran. Is that the question? That's the question about like I. It's particularly about I. Believe the name. Right. He's right I say I say right. He's right. Yeah I. I think so too. Because what the other option. The nuclear option that he's wrong is that. I mean we're spoiled. The whole game is that they take Elliot's brain out and kill her, and then what maybe it doesn't work, or it does work, but then that means Elliot's dead and he's already lost a daughter. Yeah Yeah I would say. For me. For me. It's just like it's like the kind of thing, and I don't have children, but there is like that child free argument for our current state of the world where it's just like I'm not having children, because I don't WanNa bring them into You know the fucking climate apocalypse, and at and the and society collapsing I. Just don't want to I. Don't think it's responsible, bring. Bring a kid in that world, which is fine, but then and I understand that that moral argument, but I but for me this is like well. Then what are we doing anything for? If the if we're just going to read is GonNa collectively decide. This is the final generation, and we're just going to put it like if the the goal of fighting the idea of fightings. An existential problem like climate change is like because we want to leave something behind for people to survive. And I think the case with lack of his like what is what does he living for? If it's not about like the the connection with? This kind of surrogate daughter, he's come a bonner slash. Friends slash like someone that he actually cares about. That's about that's the point of living. It's not just staying alive and fuck in treating everything around us as a every individual, we have a connection with disposable resource like part of this the reason we're doing this is so that we can have. Like relationships with people on connections with people in friendships with people right? And also for for people to not be. Treated like Shit and general for for people to not be treated as disposable in general even people we don't. We don't know we WANNA fight for those people as well right hell. I just like I. Don't get the Utilitarian argument for saying like Oh. Yeah, this is we could. Dispose of this person a care about. For some ambiguous greater good. Yeah I think no, you hit you. Hit the nail on the head i. that's something I was thinking about like when. I finished the game. I GUESS! This morning, but I like. Obviously clocked that I. Mean It's a big story point that he. Effectively lies to her and then doubles down on this lie and she choose. I don't think she believes him, but she chooses to accept the lie and I don't think. That I mean we're GONNA. See we're about to find out. That's the exciting. Things are about to find out if. The lie was worth it or like what what the Lai has done to them as people. That's very exciting. I'm very excited by that possibility. It's. Actually A. Arum reading the four question here there was more it was Joel, right or wrong. To have a beard. We kind of we kinda went a bunch bigger broader direction about the moral implications of a major plot point, but really this they were just asking. If Joel should have a beard or not, I think some of the answer still applies. Yeah I think so. We have one more. Or. We're done great does up it. Up On twitter and instagram at get laid potter, send us an email. Get played pottage email. voicemail at six, one, six, two, played six, one, six, two, seven, five, two, nine, three, three, and Matt. It's time for you to tell us next week's game next week's game. TV, D- hope you let our listeners know on social media than I'd hate for them to be left behind. Yeah, you know we'll see.

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#1296 Autumn Connolly and the COVID-19 Vaccine

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#1296 Autumn Connolly and the COVID-19 Vaccine

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When when we get around the line, let me know but you know I remember yesterday I said I had a ration I thought it was I was having an allergic reaction to something and I have. You know rash all over my body I thought it was. The last night. I was at a Dallas restaurant owner she is I think. Oh. I, can't remember. I'm saying it wrong. It's about you know it's a great little. Asian. Restaurant. That's maple. Avenue and Wycliffe here in. Dallas anyway she's. Saying correctly the food was excellent by the way. So Marie met neither and and a friend, and her friend said to me I think you might have poison ivy and I was like, Oh, my gosh, that's it. She diagnosed me at the table Joanie is her name She's wonderful She's a local sales route here and worked for some great companies but anyway I have poison Ivy Ranaldo my body. Funny I was going. Say You. I was GONNA say that yesterday but I didn't get a chance I was going to ask you about that if he was maybe been poison ivy. Oh I'm telling you like I have been suffering. Okay and right now I smell like a salad because. I've been putting apple cider vinegar vinegar over me and I haven't taken Benadryl or anything just drinking a lot of water but it's funny. So a couple of weeks ago you know with the Kobe thing like I've turned into the Pool Guy and the lawn guy and all the stuff that I've been doing around the house now that I've been home more and a couple of weeks ago myself and my lawn guy, we're over a one part of the. Opposite side of the fence where I got the poison ivy I think. So he said Oh we watch out for that. That's poison ivy and I was like really he said, yes, that's all poison ivy see going up into the tree and I was like, wow, and then I said to him I'm not allergic to poison ivy because I was exposed to it as a kid and I never got it. Okay. Well, so much for that but but any way. You got em. Okay. So she's GonNa. She'll hit hear the story. So autumn how you doing today I'm wonderful. How are you? Okay It's even again and we're GONNA talk about Poison Ivy with you because I know you know a lot about it but to continue my story. So I was on the opposite side of the house about five days ago four days ago and I was pulling weeds in another part of my property by the pool area, the unit where all the you know the pumps. Darn stuff and I remember when I looked at this one we've we'd or Ivy I looked at it and subconsciously my mindset is that poison ivy to you know but then it quickly left my hat and I just started grabbing weeds well, that's where it started. So yes, I've got poison Ivy and I got stung by a bee this morning on my leg so I'm really itchy. Song I'm sorry. And you were you were you were on the show yesterday we were talking about manifestation and how to do, and we're going to talk about that a little bit more today to I think. But it's so great beata jump on with those and for those of you that maybe are just jumping out but the first time and don't know who autumn is she lives in the Sky Islands of Arizona with her three Kiddos, an animal babies she is the creator. Of and built traditional healing company that is dedicated to restoring microbiome health through diet and autumn is also a self taught Vegan shop a serial Gardner, an avid believer in and a teacher of the healing power of meditation. You can contact her at meditate with autumn gmail.com, but she knows a lot you guys and I always love having around the show. She's one of my dearest smartest friends and she's also an incredible author as well. So you've got a book coming out. Excuse me in spring of Twenty Twenty One Yeah. Yeah and we can't say the title because he's got a couple of swear words in it. We already did that yesterday Oh my gosh. So so after I got off the air with you yesterday I went and took a shower and I you know splashed apple cider vinegar all over me and I felt like stink I smell stinky is that's what it smells like to me and then I rented on but let's just a little bit of residual on my on my skin. Yeah. I'm a did seem to help tremendously and it is helping. Is there any other home remedies out there for Poison Ivy I can I can use or somebody else out there listening that that maybe had the misfortune it I have I'm having. Let's say I know you have this on hand coconut oil? So the. Poison I need there isn't like what the part of the plant that causes. The irritation is the oil in it. So coconut oil. What you what you should do is put like a like slather yourself with a bunch of coconut oil and then wipe it off maybe even shower again, and then put more on because the oil and the Co if you've ever tried to get oil out of something or office something like A. Stove top or anything like that oil removes oil. So the coconut oil will actually help draw out the poison ivy oil and stop it from spreading as much. So you know you WANNA do it probably within the first twenty, four hours or so but you know can't try it now play. It'll be super. Soothing. So it's an oil I was GONNA say. So what is in poisoner ivy exit so treacherous Yes, well, in the plant, it's just like it's just an oil. As it causes irritation you know a lot of plants have these natural fences to keep animals eating them. Really the oil that's in the poison ivy plant is really irritating to skin. So Causes Inflammation and especially people you mentioned yesterday that you have always suffered from eggs Emma. So that means. That you're saying area is already a little bit easier to penetrate than you know someone who doesn't have ECZEMA. So the oil and they're just gets in there, and all it does is causes an auto immune reaction in your system, and then he turns on the red alert causing inflammation and itching and everything that your body is basically saying, hello hair problem problem. So by winning the oil, the oil will help for the oils which will help it heal faster. Is there anything else on my friend Carla Palmer who is a homeopathic practitioner she suggested let me see. I'M GONNA pull it up here on my phone I can find it She said to us It's it's spelled R. H. U., S. T. O., X. Russ. Talk. Like. Yeah. Like homeopathy sort of like pill or tablet or something like that. I I'm not familiar with homeless homeopathic remedies but there are I've got five maybe tried and true ones that I use the word that I have in my arsenal natural remedies. But for my experience, they really do tend to work for you know the things that they're the things that they're indicated for. So if she says that that's a good one I bet. It is they in the way that homeopathy works is pretty fascinating. You know basically giving your body a controlled amount of it and teaching it how to fight off the inflammation or how to fight off the infection. It's kind of a cool little science behind it. So she says that's one that works well for it. Then I would definitely try it out. Well. You know Dr Schwartz who was scheduled to be on the show. That's what he's. He's a medical doctor and a homeopathic science, and so you know that's where flu nona where it came from developed it and it's it's I I believe in you not like a crazy I I use it all the time I always carry it with them i. Really. Believe in the product and and and it's worked for me well for many many years. But what about these things? So I got a beast this morning. So I went I felt like my big Fat Greek wedding because I I ran for the apple cider vinegar. Isn't that what is put on everything spray it all over there we know. It's like anything you have cancer take apple cider vinegar rabbit headache later vinegar. Yeah. was that what it was in the movie I can't remember. Was it apple cider vinegar that he was? Yeah. I don't know but it's yeah I don't know how many Collins. Sure. Yeah somebody call in and tell us that knows the answer at two, one, four, seven, eight, seven eleven ninety here in Dallas Texas because we live on Iheartmedia. Okay. So be sitting I threw some apple cider vinegar on my leg and I'm just you know basically took the pain for the sting for I don't know how about a good five, ten minutes and and pretty good now. Yeah. It really got I. Actually haven't acted beehive of like a low level, killer bees in my yard, and so there are things that happen here. So I've gotten I've gotten some remedies pretty much perfected on on that front What do you do? I you know I south. You're right. Sometimes, you just have to take the pain a little bit especially from the digital being, but and it's you know it's not terrible. But after that, there will be a little Ching and falling and inflammation and I've found that the think for it is you know the quickest easiest thing from my experience has been apple cider vinegar or even just good vinegar, and then the next thing has been like Baking Soda Pace and the kids I don't I don't do that for myself I'll just lash some vinegar on. It and have to get back on with my busy mom life. But for the kid, you know I'll I'll make them a little piece and kind of painted on the spot and it Kinda neutralizes it neutralizes the venom from the sting and take take some of the the burning or itching or inflammation away, and they really seem to I. so anytime, they get a seeing they that's what they want. So I've actually got a little bowl of soda that I keep for them that they can just kinda mix it themselves if it happens so. Wow, well mine. Like it's just ever. So slightly rat in the pain's gone. So you know that's cool though to know these things instead of losing your mind and going Oh, what do you do? You know sometimes you're GonNa get stung by something he just you know overreaction yeah thing you can do. Yeah, yeah, I know and I've got the bees in the yard and I love them because they're wonderful for all the gardening and if they ever became really aggressive, it would be a problem right now they're just my hybridize kind of breed of bees but not too bad. But you know I basically all the kids you know respect their space. Are they are. They just are pissed off because we've been killing him for coming years and. Yeah Badly onto. Their hybridize type of you know you want to be you want bees to have some level of aggression in them to kind of defend their territory because. you want him to be strong you want to be strong, and so at some point in be history like they brought over these these bees, these queen bees from Africa and kind of inserted them into different hives to see if it would strengthen the hives over because you know it depends on the climate and everything and the African climate little bit harsher. So the high. For and all this, and so they introduce them. But the problem is in more domesticated areas they can be really aggressive. So a typical honeybee or high. You know you've got they they give they don't to territorial when you are Several yards away or in your you know in the front of in the front yard versus the backyard. But African is fees depending on the level of their aggression. They can get aggressive when you're fifty yards away like they have a pretty wide territory where they'll get mad. and try to chase you and they've got all these guard bees. So when but I looked at up whenever whenever we I got stung and it seems as though these guard bees kind of read your energy you know and they like coming out to check to see if everybody's cool and if you don't freak out or anything I, just go back to their business and they started in I started to be and I didn't mean to. Because I I'd washed rug, which is you know it's Kinda. Funny. So my dog Charlie last night through up in the cage and it's Kinda. Funny 'cause I don't normally give them people food but I gave him some leftover rice that I had. It was just a bag of fried rice with vegetables in it that I got from whole foods anyway and made them throw up. So that's Kinda interesting I wonder what was in it that. Off. Nothing. I maybe but anyway, so I had to wash is rug that's in his cage. That he sleeps on his little mattress. So I washed it but I always put things in the sun to dry to save energy, help the planet you know and so. I kind of dislike flopped it out on the Bush because I have you know the Bush's all around that little area where my tree I mean my bird houses anyway. I went to put it on top of the Bush. Well, apparently, there was a be in the Bush or when and that's one of the tax me. So Right Have Indoor. Responsibility. Onto. Absolutely, I would not manifesting the. Today. Or anything else it was too. It was too early but we've got coming up everyone I stay tuned you're listening to one life radio. Mary Holland is on at the half If you're not familiar with her, she is served as general, counsel and Vice Chair of the board at Children's health defense were talking about the covid vaccine update. You're not gonNA WANNA miss it. She is amazing and show is autumn Conley more coming up with autumn stay tuned you're listening to one life radio. Can't, explain. And Nov.. Throughout. The. Album. So. The actors. Baby. Feeling. Everyone. Welcome back to life radio. This is Bernadette with Rinaldo Davis. We've got autumn commonly on the line and Gina. Thank you for calling in the the to answer the question about my big Fat Greek wedding. What Mister Mike? What was his name? Come on you guys. GonNA BLAME BUT WHATEVER MR my big fat Greek wedding that the lead character who was hysterical. It was windex everyone Dina called and let us know that it was windex and Gina. Thank you so much for doing that and for listening we love and appreciate all of our listeners on one life radio. We really do and it warms my heart when when I seriously does to this day thrills me even after nine years of being on the air every time someone calls I just get I. Get goosebumps. And so thanks for listening and we really appreciate it and I really appreciate you jumping on the air with us today autumn Connolly If you're just now joining us everyone autumn Conley she is the creator of and Bill Traditional. Healing Company dedicated to restoring microbiome health through diet. She is also a self taught Vegan Chef, a serial Gardner and an avid believer in an a teacher of the healing powers of meditation. You can contact her at meditate with at g mail, DOT COM, and You know we're going to actually start recording a podcast you and I aren't aren't we Yeah. Yeah I'm really looking forward to we're GONNA do some girl talk you know and the mom talk and just homeopathic things and God, only knows in between what will end up talking about because we have some very candid conversations and we're going to start recording them and putting them on the podcast after the broadcast broadcast. been watching too much of the crown. No I have like. Out of nowhere I'll go to say the word processor and they'll come out process instead of process from just. Not Funny. Oh my gosh yeah, but I'm I'm looking forward to getting started I. Think we're going to start this Sunday we'll let everybody know you know what our topics will be so it'll be great it'll be great fun and things they always love having Oh yeah. We're GONNA have so much fun. We're GONNA talk about guys and all kinds of stuff. So yeah we're just GONNA know some real life there. Oh no kidding. I know I have to yeah that's I'm glad not like on. It's not broadcast to rest really it'll be on a podcast on our website at one life radio dot com but I been conducted about it and I'm always excited about having you on the air. Yesterday we were you know we we've we. We began I just started like a million times We talked about manifestation techniques, but we really didn't you know get as far as I might have liked to think that was one of the most important things that we did not get to yesterday autumn about manifestation. You know I think one of the most important things and it kind of went along with the monster that I hang yesterday. The I am mantra is just really having the belief in yourself. You know having the belief in yourself and trusting yourself as the ultimate what I like to consider the. Is your and your life leaning you know I would assume that most people you know kind of prescribe it some sort of higher power whatever you WANNA call it wherever you believe the energy comes from I. think that most beliefs have some similarities in the fact that belief is inside of you and so if you really truly believe that you are capable of making a difference in your own life and putting it in the direction that is going to benefit you. And your happiness and your true self. The most than you will you know don't put your name in somebody else's hands don't put it in you know in so many ways I believe that you know don't put it in a lover's hand. Don't put it in your kid's hands. Don't put it in a doctor's hands. You know always be the one who looks out for yourself first and foremost then it'll paved the way for you looking out for other people. So that's My philosophy for manifestation to really truly see your ideas come to fruition and be tangible part of your life you have to I commit to the idea that you're capable of doing anything. You know you're limitless. Yeah. Well, you know you yesterday you talked about letting go and I think that's an important piece for anything for any anything that you're dealing with in life. Sometimes, you just have to let go and let the universe do what it does best and just go you know we were joking about that. But seriously when I was googling this, you know be preparing for the show yesterday one of the things that I ran across which. I. Don't agree with was ten keys to speed up your manifestation of your manifesting process. I. Don't think you should speed it up and I'm going to go to that Chandelier Story. Okay. I won't go in depth. You told the both bolts story I mentioned the Chandelier Story Long Story Short when I moved into this home, the space is so beautiful and I've got all the trees from the outside and I and I'm one very visual and so i. Just observed I observed I observed for literally five years, and until I found the perfect light fixture or chandelier to go in the middle of my kitchen, which is the main focus of my home I have like a living room kitchen like big combo room and and that's the main out of my house and so but it took me five almost six years to find that they share. But the minute I thought I knew I was like that's It that's the that's. That's the one that I bought it immediately. Okay. Yeah, and it suits this house beautifully but it took me six years to find it and I think if you take the chandelier story and the bull story that you told yesterday and you combine them that you really do have a couple of really good examples of manifestation and how sometimes it's quick and sometimes it's not and so you just have to believe in the process, right? Right, you gotta go back to you know a few weeks ago we talked about we talked about the dodge aging and you know going with the flow and being the water and not you know not stressing not pushing and it's all a balance. You know you manifest your to your deepest desires Oh. Yeah. I believe he totally can. Should you that's about it every minute of the day and hope that comes to tomorrow I, mean in my opinion that's putting that's putting a lot of energy into something that it doesn't need it. You know once you. That you have the power to create the life. You want. You know just how harnessed that belief inside you and then go on about your life. Don't don't I think it was Henry David Thoreau close you know don't don't wait to live your life the life you're living you can't wait you can't start your life. You can't you're not living your life while you're waiting for your life to live you know what I mean like. Can't always hope you know the next this next thing is going to be when my life star you know until I get this I can't be happy and with manifestation you know having those having that type of kind of limiting belief it will slow things down and it it. You know it doesn't allow you to your life to the fullest while you are living it. So more patients with the chandelier you know imagine. If every day you're on Amazon or whatever on Lady fixture dot com looking for this thing is over and over obsessing about it instead, you just absurd what exactly it was that you wanted and waited for it to come to you and that's kind of a form of manifestation and it's like, Oh, here it is. It's perfect. It's ready right when I need it to be and the effort to put into it was very little and. that's Kinda. The way that more things could be in somebody's life. If they just practice, you know these subtle arts of believing in oneself antiquing the power you know taking the reins cheer life all kind of it. All kind of is interwoven philosophy and wants you kind of. Start practicing all the little bits of it. You know it's pretty impressive. You know what? The what the output can be. Well and patience is a virtue. You know it is and it's something early practice in order to get good at it, and it does bring beautiful things into your life. I'm incredibly patient and impetuous depends upon just depends. You know I can be so. that it's ridiculous. But I also m M patient to fault and loyal to a fault sometime. But you know I don't know any other way to live and I think that we all just need to go by what our hearts and our souls really feel No matter what it is that we're looking at in life, but we're going to have to go to break before we do I wanNA do one of those lovely mantras with you. So the one that you did yesterday with absolutely beautiful and I wanted more of it. So can we do a minute and a half mantra of I believe it was The I am mantra or the ions. It's I am. So there's the belief is now through this long with the kids and their, you know hilarious and they wanNA THEY WANNA fill in the blank all the time I am you know and they just WanNa put silly words at the end of it and but the whole point of this mantra is just by saying I am and repetition and not not giving yourself the opportunity to fill in the blank. Essentially, you know Cruz to yourself that you are that limitless being you know you don't have to confine yourself to a particular thing. You just are your anything essentially that you WANNA be whenever the time is that you need to be that. So I am eating for this beautiful song. You have an incredible voice and I think it's getting better actually as you think more on the radio. So length here at sister. Okay. So close your eyes he's a big defense. and. Oh? Oh. And? Wow that is. And that is just what the doctor ordered. Always a pleasure autumn Connolly, you can find him at metronews autumn at G MAIL DOT COM? We'll talk later sister you have a great day. Thanks for jumping on the air with us today. All right everyone. Thinks. Everyone stay tuned Mary. Holland is coming up. I'm so excited this woman is a brave and intelligent incredible woman. She serves as a general counsel and Vice Chair of the board at Children's health defense stay tuned everyone. Cova vaccine. Update you're listening to one life radio. Talk, sweep talk I got A. New, that. Paul and I'm shrimp and. When? Grow Mask. Starts doing that Sega. Comes amid. Sweat. Oh. Welcome back everyone you're listening to one life radio. This is Bernadette with Rinaldo Davis on the controls and Mary Holland is with us. She serves as General Counsel and Vice Chair of the board at Children's health defense. She recently left the Faculty of New York University School of law where she served for seventeen years most recently directing graduate lawyering program Mary. Received her masters of Arts and juris doctorate degrees from Columbia University and their undergraduate degree from Harvard. She has worked in international public and private and Mary the CO author of Vaccine Epidemic, as well as the author of the HP vaccine trial seeking justice or a generation betrayed. Their website is children's health offense dot org always an honor and a pleasure Mary. Today. Bernadette. I'm great. Thanks for having me. Always. I absolutely think you're one of my heroes you really are. You're incredibly blake brakes and intelligent woman and so today we're talking about Co bid vaccine. Multiple pharmaceutical companies are working on a covid nineteen vaccine right now, what do you know about the vaccine trials? Where are we at with them and what should we now? I think the first thing we have to know is that many entrepreneurs and governor governments are looking at this as the new gold rush they're looking at mobile population of seven point, five billion people, and they're looking at this as a captured market of about seven billion is what Bill Gates is saying for one or two doses, and so they're seeing trillions of dollars for this. So health is allegedly what this is about, but you keep reading about the money Bernadette and Oh Yeah. Tens of candidates There are many in the US. There's some in Europe. There's some in Asia lots of countries are in on this Israel China US UK many many one of the striking things about Some of these new vaccines many of these new vaccines is that they represent fundamentally new vaccine technologies have never been licensed before. So what appears to be the leading candidate in the US one in which the National Institute of Health Is Partnering With the Company Madeira. This is using messenger a technology. So they're not actually injecting virus or an attenuated virus or virus like particle into the body they're injecting into the body instructions for the body to manufacture the antibody to this virus It's never been licensed before the reason that they find this. So attractive is faster to scale. They can manufacture more more quickly but one of the things that's troubling there many things that are troubling adapt, but one of. The things that troubling is clearly the government here is a partner. We believe that the governor government is going to get fifty percents of the royalties and I h we get fifty percent of the royalties from the Madonna vaccine and individual science worked on the patents from a journal. We'll get a royalty sort of special payment of up to one hundred, fifty, thousand dollars a year individually. So they're clear conflicts of interest in the production of this. And addition to that sort of. You know one of the other really troubling things is this gold rush and what we've seen is that the Madonna executives including chief maternal Dr are selling their stocks they have sold tens of millions of dollars, worth of their stock in the last month or so suggesting to the day no stuff that we don't know and that they don't really think that this vaccine is going to be a blockbuster and that people are GonNa WanNa, buy it. So there's A. Lot of troubling things about these candidate vaccines, there's also been problems in the clinical trials. There's been a lot of injuries in the clinical trials they're relatively small they're very short compared to standard trials for vaccines. So there's a lot of concerns that these trials raise and frankly none of them are yet many a couple of them are where they call phase three trials where they're really looking at, do they work and they put them in a large group of people. But we don't have any yet that have sort of cleared the hurdles to reach the market. We're told in the operation warp speed We're told that there maybe some available as early as October but it's very unclear Bernadette. We don't really know. Yeah, I've read some stuff about it. Being the amazing race is what they're calling it a seven hundred and fifty billion dollar pay off with one hundred different companies you know working on this this rush for this vaccine, which and I do think rushing the science is a lot of a lot of scientists believed that they're rushing the science and they usually they're trying to tap the breaks and but do you think the government will try to mandate these vaccines? That's my biggest worry and if you know who would be required to get it. Yeah. Well it's interesting. We had Robert Kennedy Junior who's the chair of Children's health defense where I work had a really good debate with Mr. Dershowitz. This sort of fame defense lawyer not long ago and it's available on the children's health defense website and they really focused on can the government mandate fast and if so what are the dimensions of that and our view is that the government really doesn't have a basis to mandate a covert nineteen bucks in the the infection fatality rate Bernadette is one point two, five or one point two. Six it's really on par with a severe seasonal flu. It does not just it is not a threat to the society. It is not a mortal imminent danger to the community. So we don't think there would be a fundamental justification that one would need but it's true as Mr. Dershowitz argued that the government does have powers under existing law to mandate something, but it has to be non-discriminatory. It has to be proportionate to the threat there have to be medical exemptions it has to be sort of pass through a legislature in lawful. Way I don't really think that that's going to happen this year Bernadette at all I think what's much more likely than that the government and it's usually at the state level. I think it's more likely that institutions are going to mandate this, and that's much more difficult for people who insist on choice and freedom to fight back against. So I think it's going to be individual employers I think it's going to be individual universities. I think it's GonNa. Be Individual School districts at the beginning in twenty twenty one who are going to be trying to. Mandate or in Twenty One, twenty, two for school districts. I don't think that it's likely that states are even in my state New York is very aggressive I. Don't they're going to try to mandate it although certain institutions like the New York State Bar Association actually had a recommendation initially to mandate it for everybody in New York and a lot of outcry about that, and they actually walked out back and they said it should I be voluntary and there have to be sort of certain. You know precautionary principals engaged involved in the process but I think. Certainly the entrepreneurs behind these vaccines and probably some of the government officials do want mandates and I think Bill Gates has implied that there will be mandates in other countries but President Trump and bill gates and others have acknowledged it will not be mandated in the United States at least initially. That would just cause too much pushback for an in-depth but I think we're gonNA see unfortunately I. Think we're GonNa see institutions especially I think healthcare institutions maybe requiring of their healthcare workers, frontline responders. I. Have a feeling that that's the way it's likely to go in the US Well. There was an initiative if I'm not mistaken a couple years ago and we're here now or in twenty twenty, but it was. Twenty twenty and it was. To mandate a lot of vaccines right can we talk about that and Warren and this? You know we're GONNA have to go to break here in a minute but why medical freedom is worth fighting for it is so important can you tell our listeners lie? Sure Yeah. When you do an hour when we come back from the You. Know what? Let's let's tease him a little. Let's go to break and I'll give you time to recharge your battery and mine and when we come back, that is what we'll talk about everyone stay tuned I love this woman Mary is who you're listening to. She says General Counsel and Vice. Chair. On the board at Children's health defense, we'll be right back. Again. Everyone welcome to one life radio. This is Bernadette with Rinaldo Davis and I have Mary Holland on the line. We're talking about the covert Vaccine Update Mary serves as General Counsel and Vice Chair of the board at Children's health defense she is also the CO author of Vaccine The author of the HP, vaccine on trial seeking justice for generation betrayed Mary received her master of Arts and Juris doctor degrees from Columbia University and our undergraduate degree from Harvard. She has worked in international public and private law, and we're so fortunate to have around the show with us today getting an update on the Kovic vaccine. Okay. So right before the break I, asked you the question of why is our medical freedom worth fighting for? Bernadette health is life and basically if you can't protect your life by making decisions with your own healthcare provider about what you want and what you don't want. Nothing, the government can't do really there's nothing the government can't do based on the Supreme Court decision that said that there could be compulsory vaccination. They justified four sterilizations called the buck, the bell decision from the nineteen twenties it was by a known eugenicist Oliver Wendell Holmes. Forced. Sterilization is now a war crime is internationally recognized stuff. Once you justify putting into people's bodies material that they oppose there's nothing the government can't do mean there's no and vaccines. There's no ability right if if you get injured or damaged if you get a Cova vaccine, forget about it, you're not going to get any kind of recompense if you can't work anymore, you're not gonNA have a salary. You're not going to have this ability insurance and if you dye your ears aren't GonNa get anything there's no liability for these products and if they. Mandate them very lucrative to mandate vaccines has been the for school children but at the captive market, the company doesn't have to advertise. You don't have to convince you to take it and then they're not liable. So mandates are extremely dangerous right. Now, Bernadette Children Child Not even just childhood vaccines. A federal study showed that about one in forty people who got a vaccine have some kind of adverse events some of them very serious with the mild but one in forty, these are warp speed rushed vaccine that won't be licensed that are liability free. Logic tells me the injury rates going to be a lot higher than one in forty. Well, there's so many things I wanNA talk about Oh my gosh, you're just GonNa have to come back sooner rather than later but one of them is that federal government and Yell Are Holding Clinical Trials I. This was on Facebook by very credible doctor Dr Jen Myers are holding clinical trials on how best to persuade Americans to take nineteen vaccines. What do you? How do you read that oh? I think it's it's extraordinary Bernadette. So what it is just to tell your listeners so they're getting federal money to kind of psychologically manipulate people to get Cova vaccine and they're saying, Oh, you have to be brave like the firemen and if you don't get Kobe vaccine. Or they're trying to try out you know you need to be altruistic for your neighbor or they're trying to try out you know if you don't get vaccine, you're parasite in your selfish. They're trying out different psychological narratives in fifteen different groups to figure out what is most convincing, what is most likely to get people to take suspected with the assumption That these things are gonNA be valuable and be useful and the the real mad reality is. The trial so far people have been injured and they're only the super super super healthy ever get admitted into these trial and we don't really know it works. You know these people it's not a challenge trial. These people are going to go out into the public. We don't really know if they're gonNA be confronted with the virus or not. They're not GONNA be very. They're not gonNA be very robust trial and they're gonNa have been done in a period of time that is a fraction of what is a standard period of time for testing for the vaccines on the childhood schedule or the adult schedule. So I just think people should be very skeptical. They should be very aware some of the biggest proponents over the last twenty years Verna debt for vaccines for children and for mandates and for getting rid of religious exemptions and so. Dr, Paul it I just watch the video of Dr off it saying I wouldn't take one of these vaccines. I. Don't know what's in it. It's a theoretical scene I wouldn't say, yes. If this point name that's rather extraordinary this is somebody who who's whole career has been promoting vaccine, and yet he is telling the public I don't have confidence that these are going to be effective or that they're going to be safe. Well, you know it's funny as I was reading this morning reading like my laptop thing from Health magazine headline said, yes you still need the flu shot even during the Kobe not. Nineteen. Hurting to expert and you're more important than ever this year and I was like really, and so you know you can't help but but but look at the big picture. Okay. So everyone pretty much everyone knows now that the flu shot doesn't work On it makes you it doesn't work. It makes you. Yeah and so they they have to have a replacement for it because you were talking about how how profitable this is I mean last year you know we're talking about Bill Gates. Last year you know Bill Gates Fourth Writing League, told an interviewer that he expects to make a twenty fold return on his ten billion dollar investment and global vaccines. How is that even okay how are they? Even why is it okay to even make a profit on something that is My. Gosh. What am I trying to take that is right. It's a great question I mean in some countries, it is a government product if the government. The government has to make it and there's no profit it goes to the government. Also I is it that the government can mandate a commercial product with no liability Very, reasonable question. Well. So you know. You know what are your thoughts regarding an ongoing fight for opening schools in the fall? Should children go out of the classroom right now I thought you know I'm very concerned Bernadette about the schools for this coming year I. Unfortunately believe that it's going to be very, very traumatic and chaotic, and I don't have a school age children child at this point. But if I did I would be very seriously looking at home schooling options and perhaps. Doing co-operatively and what they're calling an educational pod. I would be very concerned to send a young child or even a high school student to school having to wear a math and having to sit six feet away from everybody and twenty five percent of the students at once in every other day, and then as soon as somebody tests positive and everybody has to isolate or quarantine for two weeks. I mean I think it's a recipe for disaster. Frankly, I really do. I wish I didn't feel that way. I think they're going to be some schools in some states that say you know what? We're just going to go back to school like usual and we're just GonNa do what we do and you know I would send a child into that environment because I think this is on par with a severe seasonal flu and I do think that there are some effective treatments out there although I think they're not being You know. Advocated but I would not send a child into an environment where the message to the child is be afraid of your neighbor don't get close to anybody don't get closer to your teacher. You are time bomb I think that's a terrible message to to teach any young people. I really do and and I'm very concerned about it I. Don't I. Think it's one of the you know many many many terrible dimensions of what's happened with a response to pandemic. Yeah. Well, we've got about forty five seconds to a minute at the most how did we get here? How did we get to this point? What is it the very root of all of this? There's there's a long history here at Bernadette. There's you know preparedness for pandemic preparedness. Goes, back over twenty years very lucrative. We we started the conversation with this. If you ask my opinion, this is primarily about the money. This is not about health and saving lives. If it were you had a question here about hydroxy core point I think people would get over the fact that president trump happened to have endorsed it, and they'd look at the sixty six peer reviewed studies including some from the NIH that show that that is a very expected stays therapeutic intervention if taken early I thought that this were all about health I think sadly it's all about money. I can't agree like I couldn't agree more I believe so too and I I think that you have to look at it big picture here we are out of time. Thank you so much. Can't wait to have you back on Mary. Hall. Wanted to encourage you to check out her books on Amazon HP vaccine on trial and add vaccine epidemic. Everyone you get one body you'll get one mind and you get one life out there today them.

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Black Widow, More Planet of the Apes, Studio Ghibli, a Star Wars Game Show, and More

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Black Widow, More Planet of the Apes, Studio Ghibli, a Star Wars Game Show, and More

"Hello everyone and welcome to slash film daily for Tuesday December third two thousand nineteen on. Today's episode we're GONNA be talking about the latest film and TV news. My Name is Ben Pearson on the senior writer slash dot com. Tom And I'm joined on today's episode by Slam writer. Chris Evangelista. Hello folks again. It's just you and me here Peter is off in at Walt Disneyworld covering the rise of the resistance. Ride Brad is off. Today is still on vacation. She comes back tomorrow and Jacobs dealing with a family crisis. Nothing nothing too serious. I hope so. Yeah it's down to us to talk about the latest film and TV news. So let's just dive right into it and kick things off with the latest latest marvel movie trailers so this morning the trailer for black widow came online Chris what did you make of this trailer. It really didn't impress may a man so I'm really disappointing. Say That because it didn't impress me either. I was hoping that at least one of us on on the side of being able to argue for the thank. God I mean it just feels like on on you know bottom line is it feels like this movie is too late. This should have come out like Six years ago and the dialogue is really clunky. I mean I like the cast now despite her her the ongoing Troubles with the things she says I tend to like scrunch had says an actress Florence. Pu Great David Harbour is great. Rachel choice is great. These are all very good actors. So I'm sure they'll they'll do the best they can but this really did very little to impress me but maybe it's still early. It's not out for you know till like May of next year so there's plenty of time to release a new trailer. That looks better. Yeah I think that's kind of where I'm falling long as well. I I feel like I have faith that this movie is going to be much much better than this trailer makes it out to be. I just think it's just the way it all is cut together together. I think a lot of it has to do with the dialogue that you're talking about two and then just like the the big like Holy Shit shots in this thing are like the very end like black widows was just like falling through the sky debris is everywhere and it just looks Kinda weightless and cheap like I thought marblehead evolved past at that point it. It seems like a throwback to you know you're saying this movie should've been made six or seven years ago it kind of looks like it was made six or seven years ago in terms of like the the stuff that we actually see in this trailer but I agree the cast is so great and I'm excited about the idea of this movie. Even if it is a little late I. I hope that it's better better than than what we got here. So yeah all right. So let's talk about the planet of the Apes Franchise. This thing came to what we thought was a close with war more. Is that the right one war for the planet. The was the last. Yes that's the last one. They confusingly named Franchise entries there but Yeah now a new one is apparently in the works. And now that this franchise is under the Disney banner. It seems like Disney not interested in leading the planet of the Apes. Go away forever. So what's going on here. Yeah we don't know a whole lot we just know that there's a new plan of the. ESPN the work and that West Ball who directed the three amaze runner movies. which I have never seen? But I've heard actually actually a pretty good for you know what they are. He is going to develop and direct this one. And it's really not clear. If this is like a whole new reboot or if this is somehow tied to the most recent reboot. I don't know but I guess we'll see. Yeah so let's say spoilers spoilers for war for the planet of the apes coming up right now says your last chance to fast forward a few minutes or a click away or what have you go actually watched those movies. Because I think they're really really terrific but Chris at the end of that movie Caesar the main character played by Andy Circus. His character dies. So do you think that there. There is a way forward in to continue that story. Because I think if I'm remembering rights and please correct me if I'm wrong. The original the planet of the apes was set in a at a point on the timeline. That was a little bit further down. where like the APE civilization was more advanced two and then what we saw in war for the planet of the apes so theoretically there is still some room to draw a line between those two points and maybe tell another story in that period? Am I right right about that. Yeah I mean if you want to consider that these movie that the circus movies are meant to be prequels to the the Charlton Heston mm franchise. Then yeah that's sort of works. I said to my post that you could sort of. Have this continue the story by jumping forward even further in time even showing the beginnings of that ape society or you could just jump even further and start like a whole new thing where it's like you know the Charlton Heston movie the apes. Even though they've involved but they're still living in sort of like a primitive looking world whereas in the original the plan of the apes novel the apes are like wearing suits and driving cars and stuff like that so I was really yes they can even try something like that where jumps really far into the future where the working abe jobs and stuff like that. I don't know how you make that exciting but I find a way interesting. I have you ever read that The book I didn't even realize that there was a book. No I have never read the book from Nineteen Sixty eight believer but I know that tell. The book is in the Tim. Burton movie sort of tried to pay homage that with it's really terrible. Ending where Mark Wahlberg ends up back. What looks like present day but like there's an apes head on the Lincoln Memorial? Yeah all right Yeah I mean I really loved what What Rupert Wyatt End Matt Reeves did with the most recent apes trilogy You know I didn't really have. I think I've only seen the Charlton Heston original I know. There's a bunch of movies in that franchise but I. I was never interested enough to check those out but I did watch watch. The you know all three entries in the trilogy and I was pleasantly surprised by all of them. Every single one of them was better than I thought it was going to be going into it so I think there is still well. Maybe some material left mind with franchise and especially you know under under the Disney umbrella. We know that they're gonNA squeeze the for everything it's worth so yeah West Ball well as as the director is interesting because and again. I wish we had somebody on this podcast episode. Who had seen the maze runner movies? You could speak to his directorial talents. But I've I've also I heard really really great things about him as a filmmaker and I think he was going to be making the mouse guard movie. If I'm remembering that right and people were very excited about that. Because they thought that He showed tremendous potential of behind the camera on those maze. Runner films actually have like a box set of all the major in a movie sitting in my living room. I just need to actually sit. Get around to watching those one of these days. So maybe I can informative comments on West balls direct to`real career but in the meantime I guess we should just move on to our next story. which is that? The Full Studio Ghibli Film Library is going to be available to purchase on digital platforms. That's not what's this is sort of a surprising piece of information here so g kids which is the North American distributor for Julie Movies announced in a press. Just released yesterday like out of nowhere that hey by the way we're going to be making all of the studio Ghibli movies available for download for the very first time on all major major transactional platforms apple. TV Amazon Vod Voodoo. Google play Sony. Microsoft fending go now all sorts of stuff and I think all of these movies are GonNa the cost twenty dollars each so. Yeah this is the first time ever happened. I think we talked. It was funny longtime listeners of the show. Oh may remember US having this big conversation about Studio Ghibli movies and how their their films were never going to be released. Digitally and then I think it was maybe like the next day or the day right after that that. Hbo Max ACCE The new streaming service from Warner media announced that they had acquired the rights to stream all of these studio Ghibli movies. But this is the first time they're going to be made eight available to actually purchase in digital form for people Chris I know this is like one of your cinematic blind spots all of this. The whole Studio Ghibli catalog log. So what do you make of this. Are you interested in the idea of being able to purchase these. Oh and I should say to that In terms of like when you can access the stuff it's going to be December. I seventeenth like two weeks from now basically and the HBO. Max Deal doesn't even kick in until next year sometime after. Hbo Max Launches So people who've been in waiting around to watch Jimmy stuff on an digital manner do not have very long to wait at all so Back to you Christi. The what are your your plan plans to catch up on this if anything. I'm certainly not going to pay ten dollars a movie. I'll probably wait one. I think they suggested retail price of nine hundred ninety ninety nine each no. That's even worse. I'll just wait until they're on. Hbo Max or whatever it's going to be called and I'll watch them there. That's kind of what I was thinking too. I feel like the Especially for somebody who you know like us are trying to slowly make our way through these things and are not are not like about wouldn't be purchasing title title that we already are familiar with and we know that we love it. Seems like the safer choice to to stream them individually on. Hbo Max but then again in your have to having to pay for another streaming service. But I don't know I think we're we're rapidly heading toward that time where all of these streaming services are basically going to be like like requirements to be able to keep up with all these major things in pop culture so we'll have to continue to navigate that as best as best we can as we move into twenty twenty and beyond Let's talk a little bit about Star Wars Chris Because it's December now and that means we're going to be bombarded with all things star wars from now until the moment the rise of skywalker comes out so J.J. Abrams has been doing more interviews and he actually talked a little bit about what we can expect from the rise of skywalker occur. He's he mentioned that Obviously everybody you know the phantoms attention has been on radio and her backstory wondering who her parents are and apparently Abrahams and Chris Tero. The Co writer are also taking the time to fill in some of the gaps for the rest of the main cast members in terms of their backstory. So he says in this interview with Vanity Fair fence story part of the story of this movie. It was alluded to in episode seven. But there's a bit more light shed on that and this one I would say that each of the characters get more or light shed on their histories. I'm not saying we get full exhaustive downloads on all their childhoods in every major step that got them to where they are but there are a lot of questions about fins past about pose past past obviously ray in Kylo and then some of the new characters we meet as well so abrahams quote there. Chris I'm just wondering what you think about this because my first thought on in reading this quote was like I don't know if I need to know about like more about fends backstory and posed backstory. I kinda love the fact that these are new characters that we don't have all of their pasts filled in. But what do you think I guess it all depends on how attained like if you know if if it is done a Organic Way and not like hit you over the head way. Like I don't need to know every single thing about these characters. I'm okay with a lot of their their their histories remaining in the dark. But if it's like one or two things then shore I'm okay with that. Yeah it's one of those things where like I guess it's it's we're talking so vague terms that like I won't know what I don't WanNa see until it's force-fed to me you know then then when I'm actually sitting there watching watching the movie I can actually roll my eyes at me like why are we watching this or I could be surprised by like. Oh wow this actually fills in something that this character that enriches experience but my my fear here Chris. Abrahams has talked so much about how the riser skywalker is this conclusion not only to this new trilogy but for all of the eight films that have come before it and I just you know anytime. He mentioned something like Oh. Let's fill in a little bit of posed back story and you you know. He says something like that along with all these comments about how. This movie is the culmination of all of the eight films. That have come before my mind immediately goes to like. Oh God we're GonNa find out that like Po is actually related to somebody else that we you know that we've seen in these movies that kind of thing so I guess it's kind of fruitless to pose that question to you like what would you think if Poe was related to somebody or whatever but that I would not be a fan. That's the one thing I I mean. One of so many things I don't like about the prequels alike like iota. And Chewbacca knew each other and and it can built C three P.. Oh Oh my God stopping. It was like there's no reason to have all that interconnectedness and I don't I don't need it for this so I hope they don't do that. Yeah I wonder if we're just GONNA have to wait until the franchise really moves on from from this skywalker saga to to really get that freedom that we seem to be yearning for in the Star Wars Galaxy. What I'm saying is I wouldn't be surprised if we find out something like that because Abrahams such as hammered home that point so many times about how this is like the closing of the circle on the skywalker Saga so yeah? We'll we'll have to see what happens there. I guess we don't have too much longer to wait But Yeah I guess speaking of Star Wars this morning we got word from Star Wars Dot Com. That a new star wars themed game show is coming to Disney. Plus so this game I'm show is called Star Wars Star Wars Jedi temple challenge like five times bath. And it's GonNa be hosted by Ahmed best asked who played jar jar. binks in the PREQUEL trilogy in this game show which is set in galaxy far away. Whatever that means it's going to be testing wresting? Young contestants abilities in the core principles of strength knowledge and bravery as they face thrilling and fun obstacles in an attempt to achieve the rank of Jedi Knight. Best it's going to be playing a Jedi Master and mentor to the young contestants. And he's going to be joined by a hilarious humanoid droid companion voiced by Mary Holland. She's an actress who's on shows like V been. She is an active member of the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. I've seen her bunch of times. The comedy shows out here in La. And she's really great so She has a lot of Improv talent. So I feel like And best does too as well. I mean he's you know he's an actor Dancer Martial Arts Guy Hi He's a musician in the popular. Show stomp so I feel like he can handle pretty much anything that's going to be thrown his way which was obviously in a sketch an essential skill for any sort of great game. Show host. Chris what do you think about this. I know in our slack channel earlier like wait Jedi temple challenges legends of the Hidden Temple. But you know star wars related if if it is end up you know if it doesn't end up resembling that in its final form because that's something that you would be the interested in checking out now. I mean I I loved legislated temple and I was a kid. I don't know how I feel about the I mean. I guess it could be fun. I it's it's throwing me off at like they're all like playing characters on the lake. That such a weird thing for are game shows like usually game show hosts are just themselves the fact that it's like He's playing a jet I master and there's a robot like that's very weird to be but am I don't know I might be all right. Yeah so it's going to be taking place in three locations forest planet on board a Jet Star cruiser and inside a Jedi Temple. So so I mean you know for the contestants feel like that would be really cool like being able to run through those environments and interact. So I don't know I I was right there with you like Legends the Temple and those Nickelodeon game shows were a big part of my childhood. I wonder though how much of that was. Because how much of that shared experience our generation has the the fondness for those types of properties was only because of the limited selection. We had at the time like now that the entertainment landscape is so splintered and everybody is being delivered their niche interests. In all of these. You know hyperfocused ways. I wonder if a show like this even though it sounds it's like basically the same kind of thing but just with a star wars option shine over it if that is going to be able to catch on and have the same mm sort of lasting impact. I don't even know if that's the right word. But just to be able to make the same impression on this current generation nation as those shows did for us. What do you think about that yeah? I don't know kids these days. Let me tell you. I don't understand them so I don't know I think I think that's GonNa bring us to the end of today slash daily. It's a short one today. But we have a bunch of good stuff up at slash home dot com. You can go check that sight out. I would encourage you to do You can find out more about all this stuff that we mentioned on today's show linked inside the show notes this episode. I'm not entirely certain with the publishing schedule of this. PODCAST is going to be for the for the remainder remainder. The week Thanksgiving sort of threw us off a little bit. We had that that sort of Extra episode on that went up on Sunday so that may bias some time and we might not have an episode tomorrow. Because because I'm going to be out tomorrow covering the rise skywalker press conference so yeah anyway. We'll we'll see and Peter still going to be gone so we'll see what happens. We may not have a traditional episode tomorrow but I think the the plan right now is to at least do a water cooler episode on Thursday and then maybe another Star Wars another mandatory in episode on Friday. So so stay tuned for that Chris before we go. Where can people find more of your work on line? I'm at slash on Dot Com every day on twitter at Sea Evangelista for thirteen. I am also a classroom dot com. You can find me on twitter and instagram. At Ben Pairs and again you can find all the stories that we mentioned at slash dot com slash foam daily is published every weekday neighboring. You the most exciting news from the world of movies and TV as well as deeper dives into the great features you can find on the site you can subscribe at the show on Itunes Google. podcasts overcast spotify defy all the popular podcast APPS and send your feedback questions comments and concerns to us at Peter at Slash Film Dot Com. 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Childrens Health Defense response to COVID-19

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Childrens Health Defense response to COVID-19

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We have a great show lined out for you today. We have one of my favorite people on the planet who I respect so much on the show Mary Holland and Joe. Mogo SAT will be coming up here in just a minute. Mary Holland. Are you there on the line? I am. Thank you so much Bernadette. Oh my gosh. It's so good to have you on the line. There's so much I wanna ask you so let me read your bio for so people have an understanding of just who. They're listening to Mary Holland. You guys serves as General Counsel and Vice Chair of the board at Children's health defense. She also serves on several other health and Educational Board. She recently left the Faculty of New York University School of law where she surfer seventeen years most recently directing. Its graduate lawyering program. Mary received her masters of Arts juris doctor degrees from Columbia University and our undergraduate degree from Harvard. That is so impressive. Mary every time I read it. I just think wow good for you. to get such an incredible education. So that you're able to contribute to Especially right now during these times in America but Mary has worked in an international public and private law. She is the CO author of vaccine epidemic. Which I've have right here with me and the HP HP vaccine on trial seeking justice for a generation betrayed such an honor to have you on the show today. Mary welcome thank you. I'm delighted to be here. Well I'll start by putting out your website children's health defense dot org that's Children's health defense dot Org You know You hold on one second here okay. You contributed to an article in Children's Health Defense titled Therapeutics. Now or vaccines later. Can you share the message with our listeners? Yeah first of all Bernadette. I just want to express my concern and compassion for all your listeners. We're in a really tough time It's unprecedented none of us have really lived through this before and so. I just want to validate that. It's very difficult time for all of us And it's a time when we all Wanna come together one life radio one country where one government But we're looking at what the government is doing in this space to try to overcome this corona virus pandemic and what we see is There's been a lot of preference for looking to the long term solution which is being thought of as a vaccine rather than at the short term. drugs that might be helpful now and other things that might be now and so we wrote an article and we did a video where we all of us. To our surprise we had some of the most important advocates for vaccines in the country. Dr Paul Office. Dr Peter Houghton says Dr Ian Lipkin these are prominent pro vaccine spokespeople and all of them are articulating. A great deal of caution about Kobe. Nineteen vaccines and they're expressing a lot of skepticism about the timetable. That we could come out with a safe vaccine by the fall or even by twenty twenty one and by contrast with the long-term hunt for the perfect vaccine are these therapeutics that are showing a lot of promise. Globally in particular drugs like chloroquine. Things like intravenous vitamin C and the different one of the differences between these tried and true drugs and these vaccines is. These tried and true drugs are inexpensive and they don't have patents on them and they're not gonna go to the you know dollar signs on the bottom line of the pharmaceutical industry. And so we're saying look you know. The government is representing us. The people it's not supposed to be representing the financial interests of the pharmaceutical interest the industries. We really should be prioritizing these short-term interventions that are gonNA save lives today. Yeah well it's it's so complex. There's so much information out there. You can't seem to decipher through it. Actually there's just so much most people are watching are Fox News and CNN. Depending upon what political system your you know connected with or believe in but So so you know how does covert nineteen affect parents ability to make health care decisions for their children? Well I think the good news for Children's health which is what we focus on. Is that what we've seen globally? So far is the children are least affected by the corona virus crisis the mortality rates. And even the illness rates among children are the least of the whole population and the worst is for elderly people and people who have Other health conditions that limit them but what I fear What I'm concerned about Bernadette is because there's a lot of Fascination and energy and money behind Vaccines Right. Now and children are the most accessible in terms of vaccine mandates. I'm very concerned that as soon as a trial candidate is said to be safe and effective. It's going to be mandated around the country in different states for children and I think that needs to be really looked very very carefully. I don't think that children are the highest at risk group. And I don't think we're GONNA know enough by the time they come out with this vaccine if it's really going to be safe for children and not have long term health implications side effects their unanticipated and one of my other concerns. Is that because this has been declared. Covert nineteen has been declared a national health. Emergency it kicks in a statue called the prep act. It's about bio hazard preparedness and it really gives even less liability to industry then generally exists which is very very little so in other words if somebody's injured because they are fast A vaccine fasttrack through which is absolutely what's going to happen and there's nothing to be done if somebody becomes permanently injured lifelong injury or death. There's not going to be anybody. Who's GonNa be held accountable? Not The doctors not the industry. Not The government official. Who made the decision so I do want parents to know you need to be very thoughtful? You need to use your own critical thinking skills before you sign on your child or legislators in your state should say oh fabulous we're GONNA go pass cove in nineteen let's put in a mandate. We should be very very thoughtful and cautious about that. I couldn't agree more. Would you like to educate our listeners? About the Vaccine Injury Act from nine hundred eighty six that was put in place by President Reagan yes So almost all of the vaccines on the childhood schedule that children get throughout the country. Now in most states are requiring children to have between thirty and fifty vaccines to go to school there. They're all federally recommended. And under this nineteen eighty six. Act that you mentioned Bernadette You can't sue the healthcare providers or the company in the first instance. You go to what's called the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program. Some people call it axiom court and two thirds of cases lose in Vaccine Court and since the decision by the Supreme Court in two thousand eleven. You can't sue industry for What's called design defects but as bad as that program is out of that program. You can't assume for fraud and children's health defense is involved in more than one lawsuit right now relating to fraud by Industry the Prep Act which is where the Cova nineteen vaccines would be legally. They don't even permit a window to sue for fraud. They basically say that unless you can prove wellness misconduct and knowledge unless you can prove that industry was purposely engaged in gross negligence or criminal activity. There's no place you can sue. Truly if there are mandates of Cova Nineteen under the Prep Act which we will speak out against There would be no recourse in the event that side effects were detected later that they didn't know at the time that it went to mass production and right now just to be clear with your listeners. Bill Gates who've been deeply involved in vaccine production for many many years very focused on the possibility of pandemics. He owns seven or put financing behind seven factories for our candidate. Vaccines Against Code and the idea. Is that these doctors are going to be able to put out billions of vaccines in a very short period of time so we do know that there is enormous interest for some very Prominent heavy hitting financially backed players to mass-produce and to have lot of push behind Cova nineteen hundred. They're ready well. I'm reading right right now. I've got this actually last week. From Nature Magazine. The International Jury Are Journal of Science of from March of two thousand twenty. And it's an article in here says don't rush to deploy Kovic nineteen vaccines and drugs. It's important not to cut corners. That's by Dr Shabazz adjoining on. I'm sure I butchered his name. Hopefully not but he is a professor of virology at the School of Basic Medicine Sciences and Fudan University Shanghai China. But there's doctors that are saying we cannot do this and yet here we. Are you know facing the possibilities of the possibility of mandates being pushed on push back against that hard and I think one of the silver linings to this pandemic Bernadette is that As you know there were efforts around the country to repeal religious exemptions and personal belief exemptions from vaccines to tighten medical exemptions to make them virtually unavailable and all of those efforts. Almost all of those efforts have come to a screeching halt because of this pandemic and so the silver lining. Is that those laws. Those changes did not go through to make nine year olds. Be Able to say that. They want a vaccine without their parental consent. Those those laws are efforts. Those bills have been temporarily stopped. But I do think that parents who are concerned about Vaccine Safety in general for their children and that their children may have had adverse effect that the medical profession is not taking seriously. Those people need to be absolutely on alert about the possibility for covert nineteen mandates. Because these mandates are truly going to be fast-tracked vaccines some of the things they're looking at they have never made vaccines before With this technology the Messenger are in a which is the one. That's in human trials already. There's not a single vaccine out there like that today and they may even go forward without FDA approval. According to Dr Paul off it so these are going to be really really fast tracked vaccines with virtually no liability. Parents need to be thinking about that now because we know that these vaccines are going to be pushed extra hard. Yeah well. You're staying with us. Correct yes ma'am how right. Well we'll be back. Everyone stay tuned more coming up with Mary Holland. We're talking about Cova nineteen and what we can learn from a pandemic. You're listening to one life. Radio was down jets. Welcome back to one life radio. Everyone this is Bernadette with Rinaldo. I Have Mary Holland on the line. She serves as General Counsel and Vice Chair of the board at Children's health defense. She also serves on several other health and Educational Board. She recently left the Faculty of New York University School of law where she surfers seventeen years most recently directing. Its graduate lawyering program. Mary received her masters of Arts. Enter juris doctor degrees from Columbia University and our undergraduate degree from Harvard. She has worked on international public and private law. She is the CO author vaccine epidemic and the HP vaccine on trial seeking justice for a generation. Betrayed you can find Mary at Children's Health Defense Dot Org. That's Children's health defense dot org. Okay Mary let's finish this up. Let me go to this. Can you share with us? What the tabletop. Exercise was right. So on our website children's health defense dot. Org is an article that I recently wrote that I came upon That really struck me and it was an exercise that was done in October. By very high level people former government officials and by people in industry globally to some extent China the US Nigeria Germany and fifteen very high level business executives and former government people and Kant government people actually from the CDC of China the Nigeria and the United States and they were talking about potential ethnic and they were talking about a corona virus epidemic and they were postulating that it came from bats and that it went to pigs and it started in Latin America but they played out this scenario over the course of a day and they're very horrifying Scenario sixty five million people die over the course of eighteen months And they finally come up with the vaccine. The vaccine saves the day But what was fascinating about is first of all the timing was interesting. It was in October the end of October two months before the first case of Corona virus appeared in China But what was even more really fascinating about it. Is that the very people who participated in this scenario and the the financing behind it it was financed in part by the bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the World Economic Forum the World Economic Forum. Then turned its scenario group into the cove nineteen platform of the World Economic Forum to work together with the World Health Organization. So these people that we can watch in five hours of video footage on the Internet at something called to a one that was sponsored by the John Hopkins University. These are the very people who are now working hand in glove with the World Health Organization and a ameliorating this crisis and one of the things that we see very strongly is that they believe that they should be getting government money to finance this sort of shut down. They are absolutely in favour of shutdowns of travel and of businesses and social distancing and they are big advocates of what they call public private partnerships a new forms of public private partnership where presumably the private sector plays a much bigger role than it has in the past and they talk about having things beyond a war footing and they also talk about how they plan to cope with what they call misinformation and disinformation and they talk about flooding. The information zone with trusted sources and one of the people at the table is from a major global public relations firm. So one of the things. That's just striking about it. Bernadette is how accurate the advice and brain trust at this table is to what we are seeing today in real time in April and so I do recommend that people watch it and it helps to understand where we are and where we might go and what kind of thinking is really dealing with this crisis right now at least at the global level. I'm not sure that what's happening in the US or any individual country nears this sort of global think tank but you can see how people are in very high places are thinking about how to deal with a pandemic by watching this table. Top exercises and that Tom Burnett was not one familiar to me but apparently a tabletop exercise. That's the name of a war game right so this is sort of really ernest. Game which countries do and they should do not disputing that. That's very important. And so our government also did something called Crimson contagion at around the same time governments absolutely have to do fire drills in the event that we have a pandemic hit what I found so enlightening about this video that you can see on the Internet is who are these people and how did they think. And what's important to them In dealing with the crisis. Can you tell us the name of the event again? It's called event called event to one. Okay put that into Youtube. You'll see an eleven minute highlight video but then you can watch five hours of video footage and leaders of industry from around the world and a current person at the Centers for disease control a former person from the CIA and the National Security Administration so these are either people who are worth listening to. We know that these actual voices or voices similar to them are advising the World Health Organization from the World Economic Forum. We know that so. It's it's a real window into sort of. What are they seeing? And what are they what. What's important to them? What can we? What can we learn from a pandemic? Well what can we learn from a pandemic? I think one thing I think we can all sort of be introspective. We can all focus on how important Life is to us and our friendships and our family and we can use it on a personal level to have a much greater sense of gratitude for our everyday lives. I I certainly am experiencing that And we can sort of enjoy this quiet moment in otherwise are very very busy live but what I focused on from. A professional standpoint is that regardless of ideology or political party or anything like that people have plans on the shelf seek to exploit crises to get things done but they couldn't otherwise get done and that's what we're seeing and there are a lot of big ticket actors in the world who have had plans on the shelf that they never thought they could get through and they think now's the time and so I think we have to be very Thoughtful about what are these plans? That are coming out right now about how. We're not going to go back to normal. We're GONNA come back to a new normal. And what does that look like? And I think we have to really think wh where who who's behind this. What are these plans? Is this something that we think is confident both with our public health but also with our individual rights and liberties with our Constitution with human rights. I think those are really important questions because I think they may be portrayed as tradeoff. Well we either have public health or you have individual rights. No it doesn't work like that. It really doesn't work like that. The best way to protect the whole population is to make sure that people can protect their individual house and their individual rights. So we have to find a new balance but I think we have to be very wary of those actors who long had on the shelf plans for how to take advantage of next crisis. And what do you think all of this means for the future of crisis management? Well I think what we see is people who have the plans on. The shelf are the ones that really are in the best position to take the lead. And that's what I think. Event to a one shows us and I think what we see in this event to one scenario is who are the people at the table. The people at the table are from government and big business. There are no legislators at the table. There are no small businesses at the table religious leaders at the table. There are no true civil society organizations at the table. And so I think the rest of us who are not at that table who are not really directing the show you know. We need to step up. We need to organize. We need to think and we need to make sure that going forward There are more seats at that table. Who are doing planning for this kind of thing Well I know that You also covered a story about A. Us Autism rates are up ten percent in a new CDC report. Can you expand on that? Yes so we cover children's health issues and our focus children's health defense where Robert. F Kennedy Jr. is the chair has been the the chronic health conditions of American children over fifty four percent of children. Have some kind of chronic conditions and Autism is one of them. It's a very severe Childhood condition that is a permanent. Most people with autism don't ever They don't have the opportunity to find work. Typically it costs about two million dollars of care for a lifetime for someone with autism over two million dollars And so what we're seeing right now is it's one in fifty four children. It's one in thirty four boys nationally and some states attire and New Jersey. It's one and twenty boys. I mean this is catastrophic levels of Healthcare costs going forward Bernadette and in the Cova panic and frenzy. All of this information is getting completely lost. I and as you know one of the really important questions around autism that is marginalized by mainstream media but is very important to parents on the ground. Is Our vaccines playing some role in this? And we know that there have been scientists within the CDC who've come forward and said you know th the the verdict is in And in fact Our colleagues at the informed Consent Action Network just received a descendant from federal court basically showing that there is virtually no science behind the CDC claim that Vaccines Cause Autism. They have not done studies on the bulk of childhood vaccines and studying them for outcomes of autism. So it's particularly troubling in this time where the world seems to be or at least the media seems to be you know anxiously awaiting the stock seen that we still don't have answers to these very important basic questions of isn't any will for vaccines and autism in particular and in all of the other. Exploding childhood chronic conditions. We see eggs. Emma Allergies diabetes Adhd add there's so many now common childhood Chronic health conditions and we really still don't have those vaccinated versus unvaccinated studies. And so one of my concerns around this pandemic is. Is it obscuring? Those really important questions that we still haven't gotten to the bottom of well know the vaccine industry is obviously a major player in this discussion With it being a sixty billion dollar industry. That's a lot of money no question. It's a very big player here. It's kind of behind the biotech companies. That are really working on the Prototypes for the vaccines. But any of these vaccines are essentially going to be picked up by the big venue vaccine manufacturers in the world and they're Merck Pfizer and To know if he passed her and It's a huge market and mandates are big part of that market so And you know these. These corporations have been behind the OPIOID epidemic. These corporations have been sanctioned with billions of dollars over thirty five billion dollars civil and criminal fines in recent years so we have reasons to be cautious here very very nice as either. They've not been the best actors out there and yet they are leading the charge here. According to The New York Times. There's a tremendous amount of conflict of interest between these manufacturers and organizations that are promoting the use of of such products. There there are huge conflicts of interest here and I think you know when we use the term public private partnerships will. What does that really mean? It means that the government is in some way allied with commercial interests to think that those commercial interests don't influence decision making is crazy and that's I think you know part of what we were suggesting with the therapeutics versus Vaccines Vaccines Are Patentable. New Drugs there. Patentable people make money off of them using intravenous vitamin C core quine zinc others. Sort of simple remedies. Nobody makes a lot of money on that. But that may be in the public interest and so it's very dangerous when we have his public private partnership where you know. Commercial interests get to put their hand on one side of the scale. Yeah it doesn't seem right and there's definitely some changes that need to be made anything you want to any final thoughts that you'd like to get out to our listeners. Before we go to break her listeners. Find this interesting. Please go to the children's health defense website and you can sign up for free as a member and you get newsletters for free and It helps us to build our base and We put out really high quality wall referenced Information Every Week. I appreciate you so much and all the work that you do Mary Holland. Thank you so much. Thank you so much really seriously. You're doing a tremendous amount of work to help all of America and the World. I might add and thank you so much for my pleasure. Right you guys. You can find Mary Holland at Children's health. Defense Dot Org We'll be right back. You're listening to one life. Radio Girl Welcome back to one life radio. Everyone this is Bernadette with Rinaldo Davis and I have MOGO SAT on the line. He has been in the health and fitness industry for over twenty four years and he is currently the director of mindset in nutrition at the adaptive trading foundation here in Dallas Texas. The Adaptive Training Foundation is a Dallas based nonprofit. That leads disabled military veterans and civilians through a nine week mental and Physical Training Program called redefine through his unique program. Mo- helps these adaptive athletes overcome physical emotional and mental pain fear and self doubt he is a corporate speaker on fear and human potential where he teaches companies and individuals how to achieve professional and personal goals overcome limiting beliefs and use. Fear is your greatest tool for success. His website is bro set. Performance DOT COM. That's BRO set. Performance dot com on instagram at Bro set underscore performance underscore coaching. If you can remember all that and welcome Mambo sat always great to have you on the air. Kind of weird to not have you in studio with me. How you doing It's Kinda hard I'm used to being right there and feeding off your energy. I know I've got a lot of it today. I'm I'm I'm I'm on fire just trying to you know. Put out good information and lift everyone through this very dark dark and difficult time that we're going through as a world as a nation and I can't think of a better person to lift us up the new Marlborough set so let's talk about this the importance of the patients. I actually could use. I've been having to practice myself more patients right now than I ever have than any time in my life. I'm going through a family crisis. I'm going through a crisis in another area of my life as well and patients is a big part of getting through. This isn't it. It is yeah and again. Look it's all that goes back to your perspective your perception and your language you know. I mentioned to you guys before when I do my talk. I show a picture of a chair and asked the audience. What is this well? It's a chair. Might sure it is but if I stand on what is it. It's a stool if I pick it up and hit you with what is it. It's a weapon if I put it on a pedestal and put a light on what it is is a piece of Art. So you know this whole thing yes. Is it challenging? Sure can it be darkened difficult? If you choose to let it be. It can also be a great thing and it could be an opportunity for number one our planet so he'll which it is number two us to create these these situations and a habit of being that we always want. I mean I want you to think about this. How many times have you said in everybody? Listening has said man if I just had another twenty four hours uh-huh true. I don't have the time again time. We'll guess what we have now. Now we have all that time you know and the the importance of being patient with all of this. Is You have the ability now to do all those things that you never have time to do before where you said if I had another twenty four hours they could do these things so you know we have to we. We've all been given the now. We're now we're staying home until may twenty. What happens the moment you hear that amid are thought typically translates into? Oh my God. I can't fill in the blank. I'm not able to fill in the blank. You're not we don't see that this is another opportunity for us to just sit back. Be Patient let this thing run. Its course don't run out. We don't have to fill our time with business. We need to be still. We need to learn to be still. We need to learn to do the thing that we wish. We had time for every other day of our lives absolutely. But you know there's there's there's a lot of people out there suffering now there really are what do you. What do you say to the person who really has no money for their next meal? What do you say to them? I mean that's that's the challenging part. That is the resilience. That's the tough part. Yes it's going to be hard. What can we do in that situation? What I would tell the person is with all of your strength and might focus on what you can do what you are able to do. Are you able to ask a friend? Are you able to reach out for help in this situation? Are you able to fill out that government loan for Small Business Loan? Even if you aren't a small business there are multiple ways where we can do things and you know. I. I'll tell you I. I was speaking with a friend yesterday that lives in the UK and she said that the doctors that are in the UK. There's there's a food shortage because the they're not getting the the the the stores and the the companies aren't the trends. The transit is not way the way it should be so these places aren't getting the food so you have. The doctors and the nurses are working in hospitals. That are eating for two to three days. Wow but they're still brutal. That's brutal right right so that to the to the person like okay. What can we do right number one? Listen I'm not I I? I'm I'm being empathetic when I say this. But I'm this is the needs versus wants thing. We can survive without food for weeks. You can survive for food for almost a month You know so. It's if there's a way to do this you can create try to try to create. Change try to be be patient. Allow yourself especially. If you don't know where your next meal is to be still to create to think is I? Is it hard absolutely? It's hard it is a challenge? Yeah we're not That was going to ask Rinaldo What he what? His thoughts are about this. You know have you. Have you found yourself having exercised an incredible amount of patients? I'm guessing the questions are. The answer is yes most definitely right of course but I think as most of all perseverance and just sticking with it. I mean it's it's really a mind over matter and I tend to stick to more of the positive because I've seen the negative not work so just stick more to the positiveness how I tend to get through it. And and that's a that's a that's great advice. It really is so you know speaking of advice. What is your advice now For those who may be feeling trapped in anxious during this quarantine so number one. You're not trapped. You can walk outside if you have a home with a yard. You have a backyard. You have a front yard you ever driveway. You have multiple rooms in your home you can go outside and actually. I had this conversation with two humans. This morning I run number number. One is and this is what we talked about before is as far as getting creative schedule. Create a daily schedule. I even though you don't have to be anywhere. Maybe what time are you going to wake up? What is the first thing you do the first thing you do? Is You bring you meditate? You focus on yourself. You move a little bit. You do some sort of exercise. Maybe you make some coffee. You make some team. But I'll tell you I'm going to read you what I wrote to these. Two humans right and one of them one's about what's about food 'cause he was like you know. I'm not able to get the quality of food that I got. And so we made this thing last night and my wife and son just didn't even finish it. They were so they were just. It just didn't taste right so they stopped. Wow right and I said that's entitlement away food. Yeah I can see. There's an opportunity for growth mindset here as well when something is taste or seems off. That doesn't make it bad. Allow it to be different without judgment without anger without resentment. Well and here are. Yeah go ahead. It's so hard to communicate you and I are so used to being in the same room together but continue your thought. I apologize when we get in our heads. We make healthy choices. We create unhealthy thoughts and we create an mindset of scarcity. Everything you have is perfect everything you have. What you have is just as it should be. Grateful be patient be resourceful and create abundance with what you have. Yeah we should live like that every day. Anyway whether there's a crisis an international crisis you know I was raised and I go back to this and the one thing I loved about my mom and Dad. We were not allowed to waste anything. It's a it's an entitlement to do that. An entitlement mentality. We shouldn't be wasting anything especially when there's an under any circumstance but certainly not under this circumstance and not when there are people all over the world that don't even know where their next meal is coming from. Yeah absolutely yeah there it. Could you know that's the thing that's the thing that we have here right? It could always be worse well and you're very. We're very blessed. We're very grateful and we're very. We're we're allowed to be an circumstance I you know I'm we we can go to the store still. We can go get groceries. Are the things that we might typically get? Maybe not however. That's an opportunity for us to try to in a different way you know. So it's it's it's. This is kind of forcing us to get out of our box both in mental stance and in a physical sense. Sometimes it's it's making us to be able to you know there's a great quote that I read that I heard from the Documentary called Inner World Outer World and it says win in our stillness lies our greatest power so when you can be still getting. We're told that we can't move until we can't go outside. We can't do these things. And so may twenty eighth. Grade B still learn something journal. Read a book right. You know there are so many things that we can do And I understand that when you have a family when you're trying to work at the same time yes. Those can be hectic however got a time for us to reflect in practice this resilience practice the patients absolutely and I have to share a little personal story. And then we'll go to break you know My teenager the teenage years are are very tough and my teenager. My teenage daughter and I have reconnected again. And we have we feel closer than ever and it's been such a blessing because you know You know when your mom you miss those moments with your babies you do and And I got it back so I'm thankful for that. And so many things other things but we're GONNA go to break more coming up with Mojo Sat. Stay tuned everyone. You're listening to one life radio. Some feeling I love that song. Everyone welcome back to one life radio. We've only got like two or three minutes Momo about three and a half maybe but I want to quickly just think our sponsors you know. They're the ones that bring this program programming to you and I encourage you to support them. 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You've you've been a regular on the show now for almost a year and you're the health and fitness you bet in the health and fit- fitness industry for twenty years. So give us some of your best advice here you know. What do you want us to know in these final two minutes that we have to talk on the radio? That'd be clear about that. Yeah Guys really again. Look it's be patient you and and and really focusing encouraging on encouraging everyone listening to rethink your language and the self talk that you use so whenever wherever you are right now focused on what you can do. I'M GONNA continue to say that every time on on the show because it's so important focus on what you are able to create focus on what you do have be still and when you are still you were able to see life as it is. You're able to see everything when you close down your mind and stop thinking about all the things that you should be doing and and aren't able to do and you focus on what you can do what you do have. You're able to see the reality as it is Monday. Even to create so be patient be kind to one another support one another and we will all get through this and we'll be better because it amen brother. Fist pump going out to you. The Airways can't wait to have you back on the show and in the studio. Thank you so much mogo set. You can find him on Instagram at Rosset performance coaching or his website Bro. Sat PERFORMANCE DOT COM. Everyone let's through these times together and We'll be live again tomorrow. If you feel inclined to call us to one four seven eight seven is that number. I'll put it out again Throughout the week. And we just want to hear from you. We really do It's a great feeling to connect with your listeners. I know Rinaldo would agree with that and we just want to wish you. Well stay strong. We'll all stay strong together and stay positive. 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Tumble Presents: But Why?

Tumble: A Science Podcast for Kids

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Tumble Presents: But Why?

"Hi everyone it's Marshall from tumble right now. Our podcast is on winter break. But we're busy getting all new episodes ready for you and I can't wait to share what we've been working hang on. We'll be back with brand new stories of science discovery starting on February seventh. Well we're at work. We wanted to share an episode from our friends. At but why a podcast casper curious kids from Vermont public radio. We know that our listeners are some of the most curious kids on the planet. So we know your shirt a love it Jane at but y will take it away just after this message before we get to this week's episode. We've got some new patrons. Thank on Patriotic Sevi- Keel Tommy me and Andrew Lucas. Mia Noah Marawi. Finley Peterson exhibitor in Grayson Ben and Lily Grace in Alexandria who you just celebrated her seventh birthday and some more of our patrons are having birthdays coming up. 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This is but why a podcast for curious kids from Vermont public radio. I'm Jane. This is a podcast driven by. Oh you our listeners. Every two weeks we answer questions from curious kids just like you all over the world on any topic. Yeah truly anything but one of the things you send us a lot of questions about is the animal world you are really curious about all the creatures that live on this planet and we think that's really cool. Aw so today. We're going to answer questions about six of those creatures. Lions cricket deer porcupines this. What do those animals have in common? Well nothing that I know of. So let's get to our first question names Alan L.. Let my question is why do I say Roy Seikaly. Can Sussex show my name. Olivia and from in Montana in five. Why do why familiar? Hi My name's Cli- I live in fix a resume And my question is why the Lions always wore for answers. We turn to Paolo boulay of Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique. Why do lion's roar lions sounds like to live in very large wild areas that are full of forests and rivers and Grasslands but alliance wars very loud and powerful and in control through the air for a long way at night so even though different lions might be far from each other when they will begin roaring at night only the Lions get to know which are the lions coasts by lions are social they live in groups and so it's very important? They communicate with each other. Not everyone else is. And that's why lion's roar mm-hmm that's such a great sound isn't it. Thanks for your answers. Paolo in the background ground US Paolo was talking. You might have been able to hear some insects and insects calling at night sparked a question from two of you. My neighbors anyway. I WanNa mini Wisconsin ancestors all and I want to know why. Ride crickets chirp. Hi My name is drop amp for you in I live in Seattle Saddle and my question is why do cricket structure returned to Kent McFarland at the Vermont Center for Ekos Studies to answer this one. I'm a research biologist and I like to study insects and all kinds of other flying things. The thing about crickets I love the most is that reminds me of summer and it only happens at nighttime when they chirp in a lot of people think that the chirping comes from their legs but it actually comes from their wings they put their wings together in one and wing has what's called the RASP and it looks basically like a comb that you'd comb your hair with and the other part of the wing has a scraper and they take the one wing winging scrape it across the Rasp just like you do with your finger across the Komet you comb your hair and they do it really fast and so it makes chirping noise and that's how they talk to each other. It's mostly at nighttime. When you hear them it's mostly the males that are doing that and they're either telling other males that hey this is my territory? You probably shouldn't come over here Ore they're searching for a female so they can start a family and so they just chirp Chirp chirp advertising themselves until a female will come over over and that's pretty much why they do it. The cool thing is that some crickets Especially tree crickets the kind you here. Up in the canopy of trees have been known to be used as Thermometers you can actually tell what the temperature is outside with them because when it's really cold out in the evening they'll chirp much more slowly early and when it's really warm out an evening they were much more quickly so for a certain kind of cricket called the Snow Cricket which is up in the trees in the canopy and much shows North America. You can actually get out a timer and time. Thirteen seconds and count. How many times they chirp in thirteen seconds and then add forty to it and that is approximately the temperature outside while they chirping built in? Thermometers thanks can't here's it's a question about another creature that spends time in fields and woods. Harem rename is on for years. Frank and my question is why do fallout. I'm William William Five years old. We live in Philadelphia. Pennsylvania martyrised thin is. Why Do Butts shut the atlas of Lia? Why do deer deer horns fall out? And why do bucks shed their antlers every year. Maybe you didn't know that. All species of deer grow and then shed their antlers every year a year. What some of you were calling horns are called antlers in deer if you live in a place where there are deer? Sometimes when you're walking deep in the woods you might find an Antler antler. We asked Vermont Naturalist Mary Holland. Why go through all that trouble to grow antlers only to shed them or lose them? Every year. Antlers are made of bone and are the fastest growing mammal bone bucks use their antlers in the fall to attract female gear or does and defend fend off other males from the doe. That a buck wants to meet with you. Ask why bucks shed their antlers every year. Why might a book not want not to carry too antlers on its head all summer winter spring and fall antlers are heavy they weigh between three and nine pounds can? Can you imagine what it would feel like to carry almost two bags of sugar on your head all day and all night year round. It takes a lot of energy to carry that much much weight. You would have to find a lot of food to eat in order to have that kind of energy. In addition when a deer is traveling through the woods in his antlers get caught on branches and this could make walking or running very difficult when a buck is running from a predator. He's Antler slow him down down and the Predator has a better chance of catching him. Because of these reasons it makes sense for a buck to shed sailors as soon as he no longer needs them because he uses antlers only in the fall to attract a doe and to keep other bucks away from her. He has no need for antlers in the spring summer or or winter shortly after the fall rot or meeting season is over bucks. Shed their antlers. Usually in December or January there is a chemical or hormone in a box body called testosterone. It controls the growth and shedding of whitetail deer antlers. The the amount of testosterone in a buck is determined by the length of day bucks have low levels of testosterone during the spring and summer while their the antlers are growing and high levels of testosterone in the fall just before and during the breeding season when their antlers mature the amount of testosterone pasta-roni starts to decrease after the mating season has ended in December January. Signaling it's time for the antlers to fall off from the time near shed until April bucks. Don't have to carry heavy antlers around and can bounce through the woods much more easily than when they have antlers in the early spring you can see the antler starting to grow the bigger the buck and the better. It's diet the bigger. The antlers will get thank you so much for your question. Wow I found that really interesting so the chemicals in the mail. Deers bodies changed. Depending on how long the days are how much sunlight there is in a day. Bodies are so cool and so has Mary Holland. Her book is called naturally curious. which is just what all of you are too do? While we're talking about antlers. I want to add one other thing. The males of all species of deer grow antlers. And then as we now know lose them in the spring but only in one species of deer do females grow antlers to. Do you have a guess. About what kind of deer does that. Reindeer female reindeer often grow antlers and while the male reindeer tend to lose theirs by about mid December. The females don't lose their antlers until spring so in the wild only the female reindeer having it lers through the winter. Here's a question from Melissa. I'm from Maintain Delaware and I am four and my question is how can porcupine head shrugs stay huddled had all without bulking escaping. Mary Holland helped us answer this one too. Because we have no hedgehogs in the United States. Eliza I will tell you about porcupines and how their quills work as you may know. Porcupines have three kinds of hair. They are covered with a thick coat of short fine fine. Dark hairs called under there under for keeps them warm in winter. The second kind of hair they have is guard hairs. These these hairs are up to four inches long and they're very sensitive porcupines. Don't have very good eyesight. So when they are backing down a tree or walking along the ground there guard hairs can feel where there are branches and trees and other things that they might bump into and they tell the porcupine where where to step the third kind of hair porcupines have is quills. They are hollow stiff and pointed and the pointed tip is is covered with tiny barbs or hooks their quills. Protect them from most predators. The longest quills are on the porcupines rump and the shortest quills on his cheeks. An individual porcupine may have thirty thousand or more quills. porcupine coupons have quills all over their body except for their belly but they rarely poke themselves with their own quills when they're scared or threatened porcupines curl up in a ball and tuck their head down next to their quilt less belly. None of their quills are pressed against other quilts muscles in porcupines. Skin can raise their quills when they are frightened. And when the dangerous past the muscles lower that quills porcupines usually live alone alone in their dense. So they don't have to worry about poking another porcupine with their quilts. You may have heard that a porcupine can throw it's quills. But this is not true it can slap its tail and a few loose quills. May Fall out but in order for a dog or any other animal to get a face full of porcupine quills else. It's face has to come in contact with the porcupine. When this happens the porcupine can then loosen its quills? Further so that they become stuck in the animal with those little barbs at the tip that has come in contact with one. Might think it would hurt a mother porcupine to give birth earth to a baby porcupine because of the sharp hard quills but when a baby porcupine is born it's quills are very soft and bendable so as not to the injured the mother the quills harden within several days of the birth. Thank you so much for your question. Elissa there are no hedgehogs At least not wild hedgehogs in north central or South America but some of you in Europe Asia Africa and New Zealand are lucky enough to live in places places where there are hedgehogs like porcupines. Hedgehogs don't have quills on their belly and when they're relaxed their quills. Go down just like porcupines. They kind of lie flat so they're less likely to be pokey but unlike porcupines hedgehog quills aren't barbed. They don't have a hook on the end. So while you could get poked by a hedgehog. That's an defensive position with their quilt standing up. I mean probably because you reached your hand out to touch it. Those quills won't get stuck in your skin and pull out of the hedgehog like porcupines might now from land to sea three questions about fish. Hi My name's Davonte and I live in Denver Colorado and I'm nine years old. My question is do fish P hi. My name is Joe Blasi and I'm the manager of visitor education occasion at the New England. Aquarium fish do p. they have kidneys like you and I do to help get rid of waste in their body but even though it might seem kind of gross fish piece actually really nutritious for lots of other animals in the ocean. Things like coral reefs rely on fish p a lot of times to get the nutrients translate need to grow nice and healthy in the ocean. Hello my name is Khloe. I'm here so I live in Georgia Vermont in my the question is what is the fastest sis that can swim. That's a great question. Most scientists think that the fastest fish in the ocean is something called a sail fish. It looks a little bit. Like swordfish. sailfish been known to swim about sixty eight miles per hour. which is how fast you might go in your car on the highway? Chill Lock and Michael Left. What is jellyfish? Eat Jellyfish. Eat lots of different things that they find floating through the water. That could be little. Bits of plankton fish eggs fish larvae small small. Crustaceans even small fish. 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Sex Without Stress ft. sex therapist and author Jessa Zimmerman

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Sex Without Stress ft. sex therapist and author Jessa Zimmerman

"This is a head gum podcast. This is wild. Welcome to this single podcast. I'm Laura lane and I'm Angela Spero where the co writers of the book. This is your single every week. We highlight different dating topic. This week's episode is sex without stress. Yes. Also the we're talking about what's new in dating news why masturbation needs to be taught in sex Ed and why making your bed might lead to a better sex life. Then we're diving into the mailbox to answer your listener questions, including one listener who thinks her boyfriend. Sex requests are little to blunt and another whose man needs constant sex validation. But first we want to welcome this week's guest, she is a licensed couple's counselor and nationally certified sex therapist host of the better sex podcast and author of the recently released book sex without stress, a couple's guide to overcoming disappointment avoidance and pressure. The title of a book we borrowed for this week's episode reason of the week we did, please welcome Jeff Zimmerman. Thanks so much for. Having me thank you for coming on the show. So just sex is such a touchy subject and you talk about it every day where you always comfortable talking about sex, and how did you decide to become a sex therapist. Yes, I think largely was always comfortable. My mom sees me worked for a local organization that sort of like Planned Parenthood and did a lot of sex education in the schools and outreach and programs. And so she was super open and always left baskets of toys around and things like that. That were -education materials educate easing your own sex? Yeah. Yeah, she was using demonstrations and teaching. And so my household was very sex, positive, how the the birds and the bees conversation go in in a house that was so open like this is a really funny story because I, I remember asking my parents, I must've out some were babies came from when I was maybe eight. And I had a sister one year younger and my mom launches into the sort of scientific administration, and we're just sort of looking at her blankly. So my dad walked in its at, no, no. Let me just tell you how it is. And then the next day family friends came over and they had two boys about her age, and we went upstairs and we had this whole conversation. We informed them right, and we had this whole debate about, could this possibly be true? Why would anybody who this? But it's too strange to make up, you know, we went back and forth. Yes, so that's amazing. Did she talk about masturbation because it's interesting like it's going to be our news. It's going to be our new story later this week, but I feel like that's something. Yeah, you don't get taught and sex Ed, I'll be interested to hear about. Yeah, Angela pick this new story for the week, but, but that I certainly don't know any of my friends. Parents talked to them about that. I do not remember them talking about masturbation specifically, but I certainly know the vibe would have been positive about it, but I, I don't have a memory of the talking about how to do it or but they must have at least it was. Okay right now, your parents? I feel like in school, I mean, I know in school, no way. No. I don't even think the word clitorises uttered. I went to Catholic school, so it was never said. But even in public school that had a decent sex Ed program, it's it's all fear, right? It's all how not to get pregnant and how not to get into sees. Absolutely. Yeah. There's very little sex positivity in in school and yeah. Yeah. So as a sex therapist, we were curious, what are the most common problems that people come to you with. You would think that specializing in sex? It would be the sort of narrow thing, but it's incredible how diverse the issues are. So you know, obviously the main thing, sex therapist is thought about working with sexual dysfunction, right? ED or pain, or edginess miss or. Premature ejaculation, that kind of stuff. But probably in two thirds of my cases, everybody's body is working fine, but their sex life isn't. That's interesting. See, I wouldn't. That wouldn't have been my, I guess, actually. 'cause I would think if there's like a physical dysfunction, I probably wouldn't go to a sex therapist. I would go to more like a like a doctor like pelvic floor type of thing, but interesting that a lot of sex therapist may be probably do deal with that, what we deal with a different side of it. So brain side of it, right or or the relationship impacts of that. And some of the stuff isn't medical like e. d. you know, sometimes it's a medical condition, but frequently things. Anxiety, right? So that's mental, it's relational. And so even if somebody has a physical thing that needs to be treated by Dr. It's nice if the couple can come into work with a sex therapist about how do they, you know, make the most of the sex life that they can with what's working. So. So tell us more about what the problems people come to and how you help them. Well, I suppose the most common dynamic see is what's called desire discrepancy. So one person wants more sex than the other. Right? Which is not a problem in itself. That's always the case, but it becomes problematic for a lot of people. What about like wanting different types of sex that happened? Some to. Right. What's what's each person sort of erotic template or their interests in how are they going to put that together? Or sometimes people come in because they're talking about opening up the relationship. Sometimes they're on the same page with that. Sometimes they aren't. So those are important conversations to have to. So how do you help people when someone wants to have more sex than the other person. That's a long answer. Yeah. So the person that wants more sex when they're having trouble with this often, that person falls into a trap of taking that personally, right? They feel rejected course. They feel like they're not desirable or not important. So they're taking their partners level of desires statement about them, and that's a problem. You know, I think you said one of the questions coming up is somebody's partner wants a lot of sexual validation, right? If that's what sex starts to be about making your partner feel better. That's not really fearing engaging. Right? So then the person the other presents are sweating sex, so we have to change that and then it spirals, probably, yeah, certainly it spirals and then the person that wants less sex. Well, they need to start to figure out what they want and how to make sex is engaging as it can be for them. I mean, they're never gonna want as much sexy other person. It's not about that, but it's about helping them want sex as much as they possibly can. I'm curious. All right. We talked a couple episodes go about how like I'm kind of an introverted person. So sometimes like if I do a lot like when I'm home, like I want to kind of recharge my energy energies been outside my body all day and they get home and I need to be like within myself which doesn't lend itself to having sex. And have you ever dealt with something like that? Is that norm? Em I normally you're gonna pre-session, that's the number one question I get, although it's normal, it's not always phrase like that, but that's everybody's fear. My broken. Am I normal? And yes, you're totally normal. We're all over the map with the stuff. There is no normal. So, yeah, you have to figure out how do you recharge what you need so that you're sort of you can have the most access to sexual desire that you can have. The other important concept is desire comes in two waves. So there's what I call proactive desire so that somebody that gets horny. They get aroused, they think about sex. They wanna make that happen, but lots of people and it's not just women. Lots of people have reactive desire, so they may never think about sex. They may not get spontaneously, they don't fantasize, don't you know if yes, some my clients say I could go the whole rest of my life and not have sex and be just fine. But often if they get going, you know, they get that recharge time. They snuggle. They kiss they touched the star, you know, the body starts to respond. You know, then you start to get aroused and signal. I want say, I think I read that somewhere where it's like, if you're waiting to be turned on to have Sachs, you're probably never gonna have sex because not if you're a reactive drive person, especially like if both. If both people are waiting until they're turned on, like to chew spontaneous the eight or both or organic? Yeah, it's not gonna happen like you just kind of need to make the effort to like just get going. And then once you get going, you both will you'll now often not one hundred percents, but some of the time you know, you end up wanting sex when you wouldn't have thought, so ten minutes before? Yeah. Right. And if you don't, you don't, but it requires creating the opportunity for your desire to emerge which you have to do on purpose. Right? So you have to initiate sex or go into sex. You know, cold, you know, you're not. You're not in the mood. You're trying to bring an openness and create the opportunity to get in the mood. So it's kind of like when you're like Hungary but I could eat yet. Exactly. Yeah. You say you're not hungry, but you know, you pick up the tortilla chip. Actually, you know what. Spinach and artichoke dip. I'll probably have. You eat a lot. So I just had a baby not too long ago. Gilady. Do you have any advice for sex after baby in his? Do people come to you about sex after baby will not usually right after baby because they're usually pretty busy in our time. But what do you do with the baby to come into their right, but certainly actually bring my baby to therapy? Yes, I would think I would like to know at what point I should stop doing that, like what point can he understand what I'm saying? I don't talk about him, but I just don't want he. I don't wanna put him. I don't wanna put that on him. Wanna put the consciously retaining. I need to do some research into, like at what point I need to stop bringing my baby too. How old is the baby right now? He's three months. Okay. Yeah, yes. She's good. Probably still sleeping through most of it, right? Yeah, it certain put it gets distracting for both people to like when people bring babies in. I just don't want to look at the baby. He is very cute. I do have to say, but I, I do a lot of people who sex lives get disrupted by having children. Yes, babies all the way up till teenagers because of course they tend to consumer lives. So how do you make sex priority? Well, with a baby, you need to figure out some amount of time and dedicated to your couple dome. Couple hood t to your partner. Yes, you know. And when you have an infant or if you've got a lot of small children or you know to pending on how crazy life is, maybe it's only five or ten minutes here and there you know. But I like to encourage people to have sort of an anchor time when this is not necessarily sex time, but you know, at time to really connect with each other, not just talk about logistics, right? It's not just household management, but sit over a Cup of coffee in the morning, walk the dog together in the evening or something that's a ritual that you can look forward to and it's about staying connected. That's good. And then you gotta figure out, you know, I would say schedule time not for sex. For say, but for the opportunity for sex, we were talking about just starting Ling. The tortilla chips never get further than that. That's fine. But sometimes you're gonna get hungry. Yeah, we've touched on that before because we both have busy schedules and we've heard from listeners her like I have school in job in Boba. How do I have time for sex and having some people are like the thought of scheduling sex time makes it lose the magic pillar Ganic, but I think it works. I think you're right. And I like the idea of like being like, it's definitely going to happen. We're just leaving the opportunity over talk about it to my clients. As I say, think about sex, like it's the playground and I don't mean that in a childish way. I mean it's the outing that counts not what you do when she gets there. Nothing says you have to go down slide. You know, maybe swing a little, but you you stay as long as you want to stay. You get inspired about the next thing and when you're ready to go home, go home, we'll now I'm weirdly nervous about the sex because it's my, my baby's three months. It's been like three months, but then also like the last month of pregnancy. There was like, no. Position we could find that was working and we were both trying. So like it's been like the long it. We've been together like nine years. It's like the longest we've gone. Yeah, so like isn't that kind of exciting? I guess it could be. It's like it's like you're born again urgent. It's like a after baby. Fresh. Yeah. Well, I would just say don't think about having sex. I mean, have a more broad definition of what sex is go, the playground, just miss round out a little bit ask specifically for what you want and don't put any pressure on yourself like penetrative sex or even an orgasm. Just go play. I like that spoiler that's when we talk about masturbation and sex Ed. One of the reasons that should be taught vaginal sex is not the only kind of say it's not. No, it's not. Yeah, you know, I need to need to REM remind myself of that more. So you say that there are five hit falls that can sink your sex life. What are these five pitfalls? I saw it from your website. Yeah. Now I'm going to have to see it for the top of my head. I could go on your website and help you out. That's when people ask us about like chapter in our book. I'm like, what did we right? Exactly. I actually brought the book, but I didn't put those in there. So the first one is neglect so that is not making a priority right letting it in this isn't done on purpose, kind of thing that happens when you're not paying attention, but eventually it can do a lot of damage. Right? You can end up years without sex, potentially. Then avoidance is a little bit more active. So this is one. Sex has gotten difficult. It's loaded or the stress around it, and people start to avoid it instead of dealing with the problems. Let's see. One of them was distraction. So you guys probably know, right? It's hard to get in the moment. Get out of your head like of all the to do list and really be present. Oh yeah, that's really important, desire issues like I was talking about. So if you if you don't handle that desire discrepancy, well, with your partner that can be a killer. And then the last one is more like relationship problems. So it sort of negativity, you know, slash hostility. Eighty, which now I see is therapist. I see that in my office. So people that come in sometimes have gotten pretty far down the road with some ill-will towards each other. But even if you're just starting to have blaming or criticism or negatively, you don't give your partner the benefit of the doubt. That's gonna be a problem too. Yeah, I feel like, yeah, that was sex. There is a lot of blame because there you could take things personally. Yeah, right. And people feel awkward talking about it so it could be like quiet resentment based anger for sure. Yeah. But all you can do is address your part. I say this to clients to every situation is co created every single one, so it's worth focusing on what am I bringing to this? What's my role and the problem, and then take that on and talk about that with your partner because that's gonna you know, set them up to address their own part two. So what are the most important things that couples should talk about when it comes to sex? And is it ever too late to have those conversations? Like if you've been together for a really long time, can you repair the neglect? Well, yeah. I mean, I never think it's too. I don't think I could be therapists, bright. So even what's that little parable about wins the best, you know, best time to plan it oak tree was twenty years ago, but the next time is now it's the same thing that the best time would have been twenty years ago to have these conversations, but now works to. It's only too late in. This does happen in my practice when somebody's basically already done, you know, see really kept out of their relationship or maybe they're already involved with somebody else, or you know, it's some it's beyond repair in that sense because some at least one of them's really finished, but if they aren't, if there if they want to make the relationship work, they certainly can. So what questions should people be talking to each other about? Well, I guess now I'm imagining people who've been together awhile and he wanted maybe reflect on how well their sex life is working. So I guess I would ask them to share what's working preach one. What do they wish would be better? What are they maybe voiding. Angela, we gotta take notes. We're going to do this homework. I know luckily recording this, there you go. True. We don't even need to take note what about for new couples, like people that have just gotten together. Dealing with their own special. Yeah, that's interesting. New people, I think probably benefit more by starting to really talk about what it is they want and sex, you know sex in general, but also specifically, how do they wanna be touched? What do they want to do? What's a Roddick to them to speak up about what you want and sex? And then of course, don't choir about your partner. You know, don't just only think about yourself and then how you gonna put these things together. I think more people would be really well serve having those direct conversations instead of thinking, oh, this will work itself out. He'll he'll eventually figure out exactly what I want if I move a little bit or you know you're better off being direct. Yeah, spell the stuff out. Yeah. Do you think those conversations are better had in the moment during like sexy times or like, do you set time aside during not sexy time would not have the conversations during sexy. I think often talking about that outside of the bedroom, especially if there's been trouble, you know now in the bedroom, I think you need to speak up about. Could you do that a little faster, move a little to the left like that's in the moment stuff, right? But I wouldn't do the the postmortem breath. I say. Breath. I say to talk about that, give it a little bit of time and you, you know, and you want to address this like, hey, this relationship matters to me. I want it to be as good as a composite, be and sexes apart of that. Yeah. And here's, here's how I've been feeling how I would like this to be better. That's good advice. All right. Well, we are going to talk later on in the show more about sex without stress and overcoming dysfunction desire. 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All right, Angela, what are you reading about in the news? Well, I'm so glad I picked this story. It's from mash -able. It's called y, masturbation needs to be taught in sex Ed by Rachel Thompson was actually doing a great series right now all about sex Ed and how it's kind of lacking in the country. So apparently, according to research from Planned Parenthood of fewer young people than ever before are receiving any formal sexual education Planned Parenthood also reported that many young people are getting ineffective programs that shame judge and don't fully educate them about their bodies included in that is a lack of teaching about masturbation. You might think masturbation kind of like a frivolous thing that isn't important, but. It's very important. So for there's a few reasons why it's bad. It's being left out. Number one, they said is like shame. People who receive negative messages about masturbation often Carey feelings of shame into adulthood. I feel like a lot of people are afraid to even admit, but they masturbate especially a lot of women. Do you find that? Yeah, sometimes when I asked my clients, you know. So what about masturbation? Like in always phrase it of as an assumption that they're masturbating and you can tell they've never been asked this and sometimes this hasn't come out between the two of them before either. Do you like I curious about that like shoe is maceration something you think partner should talk about each other, or is it like a private thing you kinda do on your own and you don't need to talk about. Hey, Honey, I'm going bedroom right now. Yeah, but I think it's good to be open about it. And part of this is to dismiss the shame right. Get the shame out of the equation. Silly, there's nothing to be ashamed about and it. It's a good solution when you have a desire discrepancy alot, the lower desire partners probably masturbating to so right, and it's also it's I like acknowledging that it's normal to masturbate in a relationship because I, I've had friends and I think we've heard from listeners who are like, oh, like my boyfriend, I caught masturbating or something like, should I be jealous? Like is there something wrong with our relationship? Not at all. That's one of the most I have in the book. Actually it's totally apples and oranges. So people with a great sex life still masturbate. Yeah, you know a great you know thing to do with excess sexual energy. It's a stress reliever. It's way more simple, right? You don't have to think about somebody else. It's really a different experience. It's meantime, especially when you have the satisfy, which is Angela. That's our favorite toy. Again, we are not sponsored by satisfied or just big fans talk about it every episode. My buddy lately, yeah, but I will say it's a problem if you're using masturbation to avoid the sexual issues in your relationship, right? Like that's a different thing in addition to your sex life is one thing but instead of would be cause for concern. That's important distinction. Yes. So to other reasons, why it's bad that maceration is left out of your typical sex Ed class. Number two is narrow understanding of what sex can be, which also kind of touched on earlier teaching about masturbation, widen people's understanding of what constitutes sex, making sex education, more meaningful and relevant to those who don't have penis in vagina sex, and also people in the LGBTQ community who have different kinds of sex. So they suggested calling masturbating solo-sex as one way to drive home that it's still sexual activity. And finally, number three masturbate. Plays a crucial role in helping people understand what they enjoy sexually and how to achieve sexual pleasure. Like I said earlier, they don't really talk about your clitoris in sex Ed, and I think a lot of women feel pressure to orgasm from national. Don't realize that that's a lot harder. It's really hard. Just harder. It's in. It's not even within reach for a lot of women. Yeah. Yeah. The majority of law large majority women need clitoral stimulation. They. There's a statistic in here. They said research has shown that for seventy five percent of women with bulbous penetrative sex alone doesn't cut it. Yeah, I've heard everything from ninety both. Yeah. Sixty seven ninety six percent. Well, that's wouldn't be enough, right? So as little as four percent of women people with always include as right, maybe would would orgasm just from penetrative sex. If you're having sex with somebody who seems to not know that you have a clitoris. A lot of our listeners might be to you indicate, should you just be like, hey, touch, they're like, move their hand. I don't know. I think this is one of the conversation she might have outside of sexy time. I like, hey, we've got an issue. This is how you know this isn't working for me. I'm not getting the pleasure. I'd like to get a really want to explore this with you. So you might look at books or videos. You might have to do a little bit of explaining in teaching yourself, you know, and then have some sexy time practices times where you're asking very specifically directing your partner with what you want. Because it's also my belief that we're all responsible for pleasure. So we enlist our partners in that, but it's our responsibility to make sure that we get pleasure if you want to be really passive aggressive about it, you could play our podcast out loud. And I and I would recommend this episode but then also are episode with with what's what's his name, who the Kenneth play. Thank you. Play female jocular expert, like talked in detail about what to do with the clitoris. I mean, the overall thing is like, you know, it's not a penis. You can't, you know, don't go fast as you do where the Pena's, right. There's actually a great video by Paul, Joe nineties, who wrote the guide to getting it on, and he just put out a couple's guide to the clitoris sentence on YouTube. It's fabulous. All right. Just be sitting at home watching that put it really. If you're too nervous to to bring it up, you could always just be very passive and just be like, I'm just listening to my favorite podcast every like, oh, this is so interesting, interesting that you, you know, if you just go really slow clockwise, usually that will work right. You can have your own masturbation sex Ed and your own home. Exactly. So that's it for me, what's what's up with yours? I've been reading the New York Post. This is an article by Mary Holland make your bed. If you want a better sex life. This is an article great for people don't wanna great sex life, and also people that are very clean. Making your bed can actually boost your sex life and help your relationships according to a new study. New research looked at the differences between those who make their beds, and those who are guilty of leaving the sheets untucked the study profile, bed makers versus non bed makers. The survey, they served two thousand Americans and found that morning habits reveal some very interesting aspects about our personality and how bed making can. Check relationships, forty, two percent of those who make their beds said their partner makes them more likely to do. So an third of people said, it would be a turn on if a potential partner didn't make their sorry. It would be a turn off if a potential partner didn't make their bed in the morning, which I don't know. I find very interesting. I wonder if it's just that like getting into a made bed is more sexy, dude, you make your bed, Angela curious. So I guess I'm a hypocrite because I'm not great about making my bed, but I agree that an unmade bed is very unsexy and I would prefer to be going into like, that's why I love hotels because like or like having sex in hotel because like the bed is beautifully made and like the sheets are nice and tight. There's no clutter. Yeah. Yeah, I need like what we recently did like a horse cope sex, whatever profiles and like I'm Virgo Burgos very particular, clean spaces sex. And so, yeah, this made bed thing is very. Oh, my Elia yet says those who make their bed have more sex per week than those who leave their bed on made on average. So I just find that so fascinating. I doubt it's causative. I don't think you can go home tonight. Make your badness getting laid true? Yeah. Correlation though for people that take care of things you plan ahead or prioritize, or you know, or make it a space that's inviting, you know, because if you're roots full of stuff in his, not a sexy space, that's not very appealing. Absolutely. These are, I'm sure also all correlations, but do you want to know some other stats about bed makers versus non bed makers? Yes. Okay. In terms of hobbies, those who make their bed or about ten percent more likely to say, they enjoy cooking those who leave their beds. Unmade prefer watching TV shows and movies. Those who don't make their bed are twice as likely to snooze their alarm in the morning. Those who don't make their bad are more likely to have broken promise results also found that if you believe in ghosts, you're more likely to make your bed and twice as likely as non bed makers to consider yourself high maintenance people who snore more likely to leave their bed unmade. And while people who sleepwalk are more likely to make their bed. So I don't know interested, very fascinating that all tracks with me. I think really. What about the sleepwalking? How does that you don't if you don't make your bed, you don't sleep walk right? Was that people who sleep walk, make their bed, right? So I don't make my bed and I don't sleep. Do you and I also a little bit and but not like, well, you know what? Sometimes I make my bed and sometimes I snore so see Nick snores, but he is very good at making our bed. He makes it every morning for us. So that one aspect doesn't track for me. Me Nicholson believes in ghosts, definitely not. And he also doesn't cook. So I think Nick just like on this bed. All right. It's time for us to jump in turmoil box. But first, let's take a quick sponsor break. We would like to thank our sponsor squarespace squarespace is how we create all of our awesome websites we've created. 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I've been happily dating slash in a loving and committed relationships since may of twenty seventeen. What do I know? Congrats. And last month we took a huge step and moved into a single bedroom apartment together. I love him so much, and it is definitely the best relationship of my life. Yeah, as living with a male model, probably. Get it. I feel so confident in what we have that being said, I am having a new problem ever since we moved into gather and we'd love your insight. We have always had super healthy sex life anywhere from one to three times a week. We've both talked about how it's the best of our lives for both of us so are so lovely. But ever since we moved into other, we haven't really been having sex what was once a regular current now only happens maybe once a week at best, but more likely closer to every two weeks or so, which is a huge shift down from what our sex life has been for the past year and a half. Plus I know that it's normal for there to be waves of highs and lows, but in relationships and in sex, especially after the in relation, both in relationships and insects, especially after that year slash year and a half, Mark. And I also recently heard from a mutual friend that right after she moved in with her boyfriend, they also stopped having regular sex. So my question, why is this thing I know that. Communication is key, but I'm worried if I bring it up that he might get defensive or weird, and I'm not sure how to go about this and I've already tried everything from cooking romantic meal. When he comes home from work to cash allowance and lingerie around the house and nothing of course, may insecure mind always goes to the worst places is he's still tracked. It's me and my boring to him. Is there a deeper problem play? Any thoughts. So remember when I was talking about proactive desire, reactive, desire. This is something that fluctuates frequently for people in a relationship, especially when they move in together, it can switch. So it's not. It's not like the low hanging fruit anymore of the newness or the novelty or the scarcity. When you don't live together, especially when you're breastfeeding, your boobs are out. All right. They're not sexual anymore are not second Tila. -tarian. Yeah. So this is all normal and they've done studies. You know, the brain chemistry switches that first year year and a half. When you think about your love, like your whole brain lights up, you know, after that, when you think about you, you still love them dearly the same party, your brain lights up where you keep your grocery list. So. Thing, so depressing. Yeah, you don't. You feel better now? No, not really get requires again, those approaches for a reactive desire entering going to the playground on purpose and just messing around and creating desire from scratch, sort of. And it sounds like in this case, they're sort of dancing around this is becoming the elephant in the room, and if it goes on well for too long, the both gonna end up starting to avoid sex or resent each other all starts to get more and more negative. That's what I wrote the book about. Right? So it's important, I think, for her to to talk to him directly about what she's feeling and say, hey, want us have this great relationship. It matters to me. I'd like to be having sex more. What's going on for you? What can we do to you know, to foster this in our relationship, it's such an awkward thing to bring up like how if you're just sitting dinner talking about like, oh, that TV show. I can't wait for us to watch night, like what's good way for her to bring this up at all. I. So, yeah, can't wait to watch game of thrones. So sex doesn't happen, and you don't want to get defensive rates feel like is hard to avoid. I think I would say, okay, much like Amazon model. You know, it's like a whole nother way. I mean, I'm projecting here, but he may be feeling bad about his lower desire to undercut his own sense of manliness or something like the expectations you might have as a model as a man in general like that might be feeding some of his avoidance. Yes, so that can be a lot going on, but I probably would say, hey, can we? Can we talk, you know, I've been thinking about her sex life. I love when we have sex. We're not as much as we used to. And I'm wondering, just sort of wondering why I realized my part in this is I've been sort of coy about it not being willing to be direct and just tell you what I'm thinking. She speaking for her again. Right? I haven't been initiating it very directly have been kinda waiting for you, and I feel bad about that, but I would really like to work on this together, make sense if it makes k- feel any better. I also went through this when I first moved in with the end really. She said her friend went through it is definitely a thing. How did you passed it or have you? We have? No, I think it was because it was going from being like, okay, ministry in on Thursday. I'm gonna have sex on Thursday being like around all the time. I'm not going to have sex all the time. And like now he's there when I'm just like my daily chores, like just coming home from work, making dinner, all the stuff like pencilling. It's not like Ian times time is sex time. It's like, yeah, all the times and get into the habit of making time. Yeah, Andrew sharing real life. It's actually to go grocery shopping, pay the bills and clean house scrub the toilet. You know? Yeah, the shine is worn off. It's true. The grocery list. Part of your rain is lighting up, right? Well, let us know if you end up talking to him, and let's goes because y'all fiery. I'd be wanting to have sex with a male model. Laying around in lingerie round lingerie. Yeah. You've tried all the past things now you gotta be a little more. Agreed. All right. What else do we got four just to help us answer k now we have an Email from Emily Emily rights, highly eighties, love the podcast and have a question. I'd love your take on. I've been with my boyfriend for a couple of months now, and he's amazing exactly what I was looking for and we company other in ways I didn't even know were possible for reference. I'm twenty six and he's thirty. We're very comfortable together except in one area. He seems to need semi constant validation in bed without going into detail. Just say that he's very talented and nothing to worry about. We, I'm so happy for both. Very happy relations, not bad problems, right? So he has nothing to worry about, but he seems to be looking for a continuous stream of feedback. Even when I already feel like I'm giving it through variety of noises lash phrase. This slash compliments, etc. Communication is great, and I totally appreciate that. He so dedicated to make me feel good. But at a certain level ultimately becomes a distraction. A, don't want to add to the problem by making him self conscious by directly addressing it. If this is what makes him comfortable slash turns him on, but I also want him to be able to get into the moment more without always worrying if I'm enjoying myself, which I am. Thank you very much any advice for upping his confidence other than just giving it time and continuing to compliment. This is this is a tricky one. There's I think there's a lot going on. And as I said before, sometimes when you have a lover partner that needs a lot of validation and sex starts to be about proving how good they are right, or they get their sense of a compliment from your pleasure. I think that gets really old. I mean, eventually the sex is just not going to be interesting to have even when he's a talented lover because you wanna turn you wanna like you wanna turn each other on if it's like all focused on. Yeah, even all about me and I always orgasms, that gets old. Right? You want choose to pleasure him to like, yeah, you want both wanna give. It's like, yeah, I would imagine this is something that's something I see my practice all the time. This is somebody who has a really hard time receiving. And so I would imagine he doesn't know how to be selfish in a good way and just totally receive and let himself have his experience in his pleasure, right. Instead of having all the eggs in her basket, I would say again. I would say, have a conversation about this, you know, but to balance out, he needs to practice just thinking about him in realize her pleasure is her responsibility. He she enlists him, but he should be thinking about his. I wonder if he's one of those people if you're like, oh, I like your shirt. He's like, no, you know, like could be your like brushes off any sort of compliments. I'm sure there's a lot of listeners out there who's boyfriends like, don't know even know whether clitorises and they're like shut up. But you know, just it's just a refresher. There's probably, you know, ever even even grass isn't always create. Super annoying. Hooking up someone to be to this is as good. You like this fast to slow too fast to shut up and just have sex with me. Yeah, that's the thing is she's not necessarily complaining about all the orgasms. She's just like, I don't wanna keep giving feedback about it. I'll just keep doing it. This isn't a workshop. Yeah. Yeah. No, it is possible when she something in her letter was maybe this turns him on. So maybe there's something about this. It really hits his eroticism, and that would be that could come out in the conversation a be good. Right? Is this about validation which is very different than is this a Roddick? And is he looking for, you know, something specific that is a real turn on because that would I think would be a different experience Harley. Do you think she should just straight up, say, like, takes me out of the moment when you keep asking for feedback again at not in sexy time, but I would say, hey, can we talk? I want to just check in a better sex life. I love so much about what's happening, and yet I wanted to be as good as it possibly can. And I notice that you ask for a lot of feedback, it seems like validation amid like to understand what's going on. And yes, it takes me out of the moment a little bit, and I'd like to be able to focus on you and your pleasure shouldn't be so out of balance. Yeah. And she could say, I feel like, you know, I, I realize I'm super lucky and I so appreciate that you care so much. Make me feel good. Absolutely. Like I'm very lucky to have you as a sexual partner. I just don't want to be doing that constantly right now and ending on the note of I wanna focus on. Your pleasure is a good like. Been on it because like like not about thing can take that badly. Right? Right. I think a lot of people, if there's when they start to struggle like this, they do. These conversations aren't always easy, right? This is this is who ends up in my office right couples that are having trouble having this conversations because people can end up getting defensive. You know, they feel like, oh my wrong. Now I'm on the spot or you know done something bad. So trying to just sort of say, no, no, we've got a great relationship. I just want it to be is good as it can be. Absolutely. We'll let us know how that conversation goes. And if any of you listeners want your questions answered or if you've any funny messages that you wanna share with us, you can Email us at contact at this is why you're single show dot com. You can also find all of our contact info on our website at this is why you're single show dot com. Now, let's dive into our reason of the week. This week's reason is sex without stress, which is the title of Jess Zimmerman's book is sex without stress really possible with all of the complexities that it involves? Yes, in phases, we go, we go through sort of growth phases where we have struggle and challenge and we have to grow and transform. But then we earn our comfort cycles where we can just sort of ride that for a while and have you know stress. But life really does give us obstacles. If you're with a long term partner, you are going to face obstacles in your sex life and that that does cause stress. And if you don't handle that directly and quickly, you can end up starting to avoid sex, which then just increases the pressure which makes this whole thing worse. And you say this stuff also plies for like I single listeners that are maybe stressing about sex for different reasons. It's the same thing, right? It's like you kind of have to communicate with the people. That you are having sex with. I mean, if you're not in a relationship, right? If you're just kind of dating around. I mean, certainly the more open communication you can have with any sexual partner at the better. But if it's a one night stand, you don't have too much opportunity for that, right. As opposed to establish relationship where you've got more at stake. If you have your own personal hangups about sex, but you want to have an active sex life as a single person. How would you recommend dealing with that? Well, that person may want to see a sex therapist potentially, right? That's one of the things we do or lease the sex therapists that work with individuals to help realize where to those up some from and then how can you get rid of them? You know, sometimes that's correcting expectations and even correcting sort of education of around sex that does that goes a long way. And how can people break the cycle of avoid instance, appointment and pressure when it's really all around us, it is all around us. I guess it starts with the disc. Appointment comes because our expectations around sex are unrealistic. So we have misinformation or we've got unrealistic expectations. We've got a narrow view of what sex is. And so when it doesn't live up to those things, we feel like a failure, right? We feel disappointment. We feel inadequate. So if we can correct those, that is the first step the avoidance. Well, it's human nature to avoid the things that make us feel bad right things. It causes anxiety, things that make us feel negative. We avoid. So that's answered by having direct conversation. And there's a whole section in the book about, I mean, even lists of questions to have how to start to have conversations at are open with your partner and sort of see where all this came from, and then the pressure is built from the avoidance. If you start talking and then you agree together to go to the playground or use like the touching exercise that I have in the book. It's about having sexual experiences with no outcome. No. Oh goal, no pressure. So all of a sudden you've set it up. So sex is always success. You cannot fail. So when the, how great is that short version that to have sex and not be able to fail. Yeah, you really can't fail on so that the listener that row in in our mailbox section said that she felt good when she was having sex one, two, three times a week. And she said, like, even once a week, she was fine with that. How often should people be having sex when they're in a long term relationship for it to be considered? I don't know, like a good amount or or regular. I love this question exactly as much as they both are happy with if two people are together and don't wanna have any sex at all. There is nothing wrong with that if they're together and they wanna have sex five times a day and the works for them, nothing wrong with that. So again, the desire discrepancy can be a problem, and I still don't like to talk about frequency like, I don't want to say what you want three times I want once we'll just average out. Yeah, you know, it's not about counting the encounters. It's about having the highest quality sex in the most encounters with each other, that they can both feel good about. Do you for you? What is it? Would you say, for my number? What's your you? You have a number even though in she said, not have enough. I'll plug Myer I feel why do we maybe have desire discrepancy issue because of the introverted I mentioned earlier, so he wants more than you do? Yeah. So it's not once week, but I think we're, we're trying. We're working on trying to make it once a week. I think that's a good number. Yeah, right now I don't even want to say, but how would you feel about scheduling, like going to the playground once a week? I would feel fine with that. I think it's, I'm like, we talked about earlier. I need to like stop waiting for myself to like be in the know it doesn't happen like that. So you've got to figure out what your entry, what relaxes you obviously some alone time. Right is important yet, and then what kind of touch or conversation or whatever sets you up to be open to more sexual activity and then what's that? What's most likely to end up where you you wanna have sex and again, no guarantee nothing wrong. If you still say, didn't happen. And didn't turn over tonight. Right. But it's on me to like try or find ways to try guess what about you Laura? Well, it's funny because every time I talked to you, I'm just reminded again how you and Nick or the same person and in the same person as just I'm constantly reminded of it when even sexually, which is weird, which is so weird. Yeah, I would. I would say like, I'd be happy like one to two times a week, but yeah, I probably like a little more. I'm like sexual eighty. You are never in like this is maybe a little libido. I don't know, but I never been like a two-time a week gal. I mean on the off week. Sure. But not on a regular basis. Now, if we if it's not like on the weekends, I start to get like I dunno exiled about the state of things, right? Yeah, yes. We can always like, okay, it's here tear it's we're going to have to find some our. I mean, obviously things got thrown off in the pregnancy and then Paul Ryan host pregnancy, of course, but but yeah, I feel good if it's like if it's once a week, I'm good. And then twice a week would be like, all right. We're like hot and heavy things are so very, we're connecting. Did I understand that are the higher desire partner? Yes. Okay. So that's a good example for the listeners. I think that it's not always the guy like it's frequently in a heterosexual heterosexual relationship, right? The woman may want more sex in everybody needs to understand. That's totally normal to. It might. Also just be because you Nick just grew up Catholic. I don't know. Yeah, possible. And neither of us are practicing. They get in there. They get your baby. Maybe you're both have reactive sex drive. So again, what we tend to think of libido and sex drive is at proactive thing and we totally don't even count reactive. We don't pay attention to that. We don't foster that you have to sort of evoke that. I before we get into a reasonably breakdown. Is there anything else we should know about sex or that we should have asked the? We haven't some like hot question that you want to answer. Not that I can think. All right, perfect than on that. No, it is time for our reason the week break done. Sex is awkward for a lot of people which is I ever wants to figure out how goes down. Hence, we learn a lot of times from sex scenes in movies. Angela Neier going to read lines from some famous movie sex scenes, and Jessica will have to guess what film it's from. It's a game. We call the coil quiz. Are you ready to play? Yeah, I'm ready. We'll see how I do. All right. Okay. I do you wanna be the girl or the guy, Angela, I'll be the guy. Okay, great. Listen, I, I appreciate this whole seduction scene. You've got going on, but let me give you a tip. I'm sure thing. Okay, so I'm on an hourly rate, courageous, move it along somehow. I'm sensing that this time problem is major issue with you. Why don't we just get through that right now? Great. Let's get started. How much the entire night stay here you can afford it. Try me three hundred dollars done. Thank. You now we can relax. Are you sure you want me to stay for the entire night? I mean, I could just puppy a good one and be on my way just I don't know. Pretty Woman. Oh, Yep. Cross Yutian plastic. Yeah. Sex scene. Right, right, right. He catches her lossing in the bathroom. Yeah, yes, I have seen that. All right. Okay, guy. You wanna be the girl. I will be the guy. So would you object if I said you were quite striking, Mr. Finch, are you trying to seduce me? Yes, ma'am. I am. I don't know that either. This isn't Barrasso now at the heart. Okay, we'll give you. This is like, okay, this is a movie where the the actual classic sexual act in a involves a. One of the most popular sexual acts of the movie involved a pie that did not help me. I guess I don't see an films that tnr it was like a teen rom com. From what early thousands, Angela vein, ninety late nineties, early two, thousands involved in apple pie. And sorry. I don't know American pie. Oh, I never saw that stiffler mum. I was hooking up with the mom for. Okay. In reality, these quotes have nothing to do with sex dress. I'll give you a hint before him. These are two Cowboys. Okay, we do. You know it yet. Wait, maybe. Okay. Okay. We can get together once in a while way the hell out in the middle of nowhere. But once in a while every four fucking years, if you can't fix it, Jack, you gotta stand it for how for as long as we can read it, there ain't no rains on this one. I got more cowboy as well. Yeah, that was good. Brokeback mountain. No, yes. Okay. All right. We got two more free. Okay. Okay. The this involve, okay, you give him for this one, a famous scene with a woman in a white dress, no panties and no. Okay. You'd be the groping. What do we do now? Nick book like minks raise rut 'grats live heavily of Rafter, hate Rugrats. Fuck like minks. Forget the Rugrats and live happily ever after. Well, I can't do it by the dialogue, but is it fatal attraction so clo. often confused. I feel like this is basic instincts. Okay. Yeah. Where she sitting in the chair, I wonder, way Basic Instinct. Okay, so the right move Sharon Stone, Sharon Stone? Yes. The other one is with Glenn Close believe. Yeah, she burns the bunny. Okay, this is a TV. This last one is a TV show and it's about four ladies. And their sex Capiz in in a big city. All right. You're very kind. Okay. You be the hotmail model. Okay. Doesn't conjure any unhappy memories for listener. You seem distant distant. You're still in me. Sex and listening? Yes. I don't know what which episode, but I have seen. That was Jerry Smith, Jared and Samantha Jones in very Samantha Jones e. Mary Samantha Jones. -i we'll guys. We hope we have cleared up this reason because that is it for this. This is why you're single podcast. Thank you so much. I guess just Zimmerman checkout her book sex without stress, a couple's guide overcoming disappointment, avoidance and pressure. Any other plugs or where we can tell people to find you. Well, if you go to my website Jessica's dot com, you'll find my mailing lists all kinds of blog posts linked to the podcast, the book everything's there. Everything's there. Check it out. She's full of amazing information and who knows? Maybe you want to come to a one on one with her if somebody's in Seattle, but you know, even cheaper just to buy book. Yeah, way Chipper. Also a little plug for ourselves. You can check out our book which is available on Amazon, burns noble and our audiobook on audible by both together. Great complements together. If you have a single or coupled friend package go gift, you guys can get hooked up with discounts from all of our sponsors for fullest of sponsored in the coach. Check out our podcast page on. This is why you're single show dot com. We're also on social so you can follow us on Instagram and Twitter at your single show. 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Censorship and COVID-19, How Much Protein Do We Need?

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Censorship and COVID-19, How Much Protein Do We Need?

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That came from maybe a place where breeding animals not far from here Then we got pro. Who got the name Pretzel? Because I wanted to twist into a pretzel because he wouldn't stop barking for like three years and then You've got Suzie Q. So those are my dogs and then my cat. I've got clementine line I've got Butters and Scotch their brothers that butters and then Scott Okay. So they're brothers. I've got boomer named after boomer sooner I got Dean Dean the dance machine and I've got Marie Academy she's white and I believe she's death a Lotta White. Cats are deaf. Did you know that didn't know that? Yeah they are so I'm and she's just a Swedish could be found nearly dead in a parking lot nearby target over in the area Who am I forgetting? Oh a little. Bow and beans. Beans is just. He's like Brownish Black. So we named like black beans so his name is beans and then little bow was named after Julie Andrews Tremendously Beautiful Book Called little bow and it's a great story about a sailor who picked up a little kitten and if he comes as the often he ends up You know spending the rest of his hopefully both of their lives the cat although of course wouldn't live as long as the as the as the sailor but It's a great little story. If you've never seen the book little bow I encourage you to get a copy. And as I said it's was written by Julie Andrews and I can't think of a more extraordinary woman And the book is extraordinary. Extraordinary as well so We have Mary Holland on the line. Yes Hey Mary how're you doing? Hey I'm doing well I'm good. Did you like my dissertation about all my pets? I added that many pets. I've had one or two at a time but never as many as well you know. Today's bath day so We we've asked them all about once every four to six weeks. Depending upon the dog and all the grooming places are closed so we're having to groom them even the ones that are all getting haircuts this morning too so but it's always a pleasure to have you the show and for those of you may be listening for this for the first time To Mary on the show she serves as the general counsel and Vice Chair on the board of the Children's health defense. She recently left the Faculty of The New York University School of law where she served for seventeen years most recently directing. Its graduate lawyering program. Mary received her masters of Arts and Juris doctor degrees from Columbia University and our undergraduate degree from Harvard. She has worked at an international public and private law. She is the CO author of vaccine epidemic and the HP vaccine on trials seeking justice for a generation betrayed and. It's always an honor to have around the show. You're in for a treat today. We're talking about censorship around the cove in nineteen shut down so this is a huge topic. Mary it really is so I understand that now. Recently cancelled the Children's health defense account sitting or citing. Excuse me that. Spanning as the reason for cancellation they essentially stopped the group's ability on informational emails. Is this a way of censoring the Children's health offense? Do you think well I'll tell you? They didn't say that explicitly Bernadette but we had been a customer for three years. We had you know a multi thousand Email list that we use through them. We paid our bills on time and only on the day after we posted. We sent around an email about criticizing the government's policy A about not focusing enough on therapeutic interventions for Cova nineteen but focusing instead on vaccine development when that came out we were criticizing Bill Gates. Who's been funding a lot of these efforts and Dr? Tony Sow Immediately mail chimp Cut US off and so we protest it and said why are you doing this? We're hearing your policies. There's nothing that we've said that is inaccurate. Or that has violated your guidelines and nonetheless. They would not reinstate us so we had to find another platform and one of the things that we and other groups are experiencing is on facebook and on twitter and on Instagram Certain things will not be posted or a message from the platform saying you know for truthful information about vaccines go to the Centers for disease can co control and prevention or go to the World Health Organization And even in the case where all of the information that we post a children's Health Defense Bernadette we have verified it is all from really credible sources. So it's very troubling that this information is being suppressed another example. I can give you is. Another instance is on Sunday. The New York Times ran a story about fake theories around The origin of The covert nineteen pandemic and it mentioned Robert F Kennedy Jr. our chairman and it mentioned children's health defense but no reporter ever contacted us to verify their information. No one allowed us the opportunity to give a comment in response to their reporting so. It's troubling troubling. Well you know. It's really a coincidental. That two days ago I was in. I believe it was whole foods and I saw this special edition of The New York Times understanding autism. I haven't here in my hand. Talks about the research and science family matters help and support they only address vaccines in one part of the magazine and it is a very small article that says no the measles vaccine does not cause autism and it goes on to basically discredit everyone. Who doesn't believe what they believe right. I I haven't seen that but that's fascinating I mean. Data is the narrative even though Bernadette as you recognize when they had twenty almost twenty years ago This omnibus autism preceding the federal government and the head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention acknowledged that a vaccine had led to one child's autism. It had led to her Caesar's and to her brain damage and to her autism and they compensated her for fifteen million dollars for the rest of her life. So the idea that somehow this is not true. is amazing and. I think I even mentioned last time. I was on your show that one of our sister organizations the informed Consent Action Network sued the CDC to get information about what is the science behind their claim that vaccines don't cause autism and finally adjudged forced to CDC to hand over the twenty studies that they said that underlying that claim and what became completely obvious. Is that there's very little science and it does not touch on at all most of the vaccines that are given to these children. So you know. Unfortunately what we're seeing is not only at like is a certain point of view not being represented but another example. Bernadette if all of the countries around the world Certainly the United States has put a great deal of store by a set of projections about the trajectory of this infectious disease And that study was at the Imperial College of London. Well we already know that that Imperial College of London. Predictive study was not peer reviewed. No has looked over the computer code and we know it was off by at least two thousand percent and yet the mainstream media is not talking about how why. Why did we have a model? That was so far off. What does it mean to all of these shutdown policies that we have in place because of that model that we now know is in a completely inaccurate model? That's kind of another dimension of the censorship that we see? Oh Gosh in the censorship. I mean they've been censoring Texans vaccine choice count last year citing similar reason. We've been censored one life radio back going back a two and a half three years because I put a post tagging the FDA and the Wrigley's Gum Company for putting aspartame in in in all the gum out there. I was at a target one night and just was astounded that like and they're all targeted targeted towards children as well. You know a lot of children that that Eat and things like that and anyway we've gotten fly too. So I I feel like our first First amendments are really being violated here and I can't think of anyone better to speak with us about the new as as a former faculty member of New York University School of law where you served for seventeen years. But we're going to go to break when we come back. We're going to talk more about it. Everyone stay tuned. You're not gonNA WANNA miss it more coming up with Mary Holland and only all bold message. Welcome back to one live radio. Everyone this is Bernadette with Rinaldo Davis and I am on the online with Mary Holland. She serves as General Counsel and Vice Chair of the board at Children's health offense. She recently left the Faculty of New York University School of law where she served seventeen years most recently directing. That's it's graduate lawyering program. Mary received her masters of Arts and Juris doctor degrees from Columbia University and her undergraduate degree from Harvard. She has worked in international public and private law and she is the author of vaccine epidemic and the HP vaccine on trial seeking justice for a generation betrayed so great to have you with us. You know I have so many questions for you. I wish I could keep you on the line or hours. You know first and foremost our personal amendments are being violated. You is a law professor. What do you say to our government? Well there's no question that the very first amendment to the constitution gives us freedom of expression and the free exercise of religion and Freedom of assembly and the right to petition the government for grievances and a free press and all of those rights. We were talking about you know the free press. All of those rights are being impinged on now. The reality is Bernadette that you know our constitutional law that's evolved over two hundred years recognizes that there will be emergencies and there are lawful times when the government can restrict our First Amendment rights. But it has to be done in a non-discriminatory way and it has to be proportionate to the threat And so as you may know. There are challenges that are now being Filed around the country particularly against governor. Saying you are going way beyond. What is necessary for instance? I was looking at a challenge in Connecticut. That was filed yesterday. filed over the weekend and it was a challenge You know the governor says everybody has to wear math and the person's head that's really infringing on my ability of Expression. I I don't know where mass and there's no proof. You have no proof that this is going to protect anyone from disease and you're interfering with my ability to breed in fact. I would say that the math actually make it worse because you pull them on and off and then you have this reservoir of kind of you know all and and and liquid so I think it's a you know. I think everybody at the very beginning of this pandemic sought okay. The government Is In a crisis and deserves a certain Benefit of the doubt. But it's now five weeks and as I mentioned the epidemic Trajectory has changed dramatically according to some very credible scientists and so I think the restrictions on rights are questionable. And there are those who are suggesting that this has to continue until they come up with a vaccine there is no vaccine against covert nineteen. It is. There's lots of efforts trying to develop them very quickly and inside pharmaceutical Blog called fierce. Pharma has given the efforts that are already in human trials a five or fifteen percent chance of actually being able to become vaccines for wide use. I believe that we're waiting for this Mirage. You know the idea that Bill Gates says oh well. We'll just have to stay in lockdown for eighteen months or two years. It's like well. Maybe you can do that. Mr Billionaire but normal people can't do that and I mean the people who are protesting Bernadette. They're talking about not having enough food. I mean right. You know governments don't have endless supply of money to keep people on the Dole so nobody should believe that there's not a serious infectious disease out there. There is but I think one of the you inspire your listeners. To every day if you don't have to feel completely Fragile people who are healthy. Who Do things to boost their? Immune system are unlikely to come or are unlikely to have severe inches. There are some therapeutics that are known right now. hydroxy chloroquine with The Z pack is known to be really successful from China and France and is in trials in the United States. Intravenous items There are a lot just vitamin supplementation. Vitamin D we have it out a publication though last week you know vitamin D. Most people in the northern hemisphere. Don't have enough vitamin D. There's really good science that vitamin D deficiency can contribute to respiratory ailments. So I think you know it's wrong to think that we're just GonNa all stay in lockdown indefinitely until this miracle vaccine shows up and as you and I have discussed before Bernadette the the vaccines that we have on the market today for children are not miracle and some children are nicer and the liability issues. Don't work very well and liability issues for this new cove in nineteen vaccine. They're working on are even worse. There's something that it it's it because there's a declared pandemic everything in the way of drugs and vaccines is developed now is considered to be a quote unquote covered countermeasure and basically no liability whatsoever. So if you die tough luck if you are injured for life you get paralyzed or you have neurological damage COUPLA. That would really happen. You're going to be out of luck and people need to understand that these vaccines have never been developed before they're rushing them through we already see them cutting corners and God forbid that you are injured or you die. There's GonNa be no remedy. There's going to be no real compensation so I think we have to reorient and look at like. What can we do now to stay healthy? Well yeah I mean Gosh. There's so much I wanNA say at. I'm looking at nature magazine right now. This is just from a couple of weeks ago. And it says if one of one of the leading scientists in the world is being featured in this magazine. It's a scientific magazine. That the risk of injecting Alive bacterium into the blustering needs to be better understood along with a lot of other comments that we cannot rush this vaccine for multiple reasons. And then I'm looking at another article here from We've talked about this before about Japan. Why Japan Dan the Vaccine? They stopped using it seven years ago. Virtually the only developed nation to turn its back as it says on the that government health chiefs claimed a four year experiment went and has had serious financial and human costs and I mean and yet so we've got companies sophisticated countries like Japan turning away the Mar and yet still. We're not willing to sit down and talk about this. I mean it'd be a Congressional hearing specifically about this topic lutely so we're actually calling Bernadette for Congressional hearing especially about the weird this virus come from. That's a really important question in terms of figuring out how to address it If was sort of out of you know natural evolution. That's one thing if this was due to a lab accident as we suspect it was then we need to have a congressional hearing about that. So this doesn't ha- so we understand it. That may help is to figure out. What are the right ways to treat people so that they get better faster and then we have to prevent this happening again? So yes we need congressional investigations. We need all kinds. And we need to be able have a serious discourse as I said the New York. Times just slammed Bobby Kennedy and children's health defense and you know a sale does his anti factors and anti science and flat earthers and we're used to all those names and and you know why can't we have a civil debate. Japan not only got rid of the Anamar vaccine. They got rid of the. Hpv vaccine allegedly against cervical cancer. Japan got rid of the whole bill de PT Vaccine. Before we did Japan has been much more safety oriented as a developed country than any other country I know and they also they have some social distancing. They've taken this virus very seriously but they haven't had the same kind of locked down that we're having here in New York where are in. You know the country where already we have millions of people who've been thrown out of work. I mean it's been tunnel vision. Vernon the thing that I find. So objectionable is we've had this tunnel vision and I get it is. Infection is serious and some people have died and that's terrible and I'm really sorry for the families and for the healthcare workers. But you can't look at this problem in isolation you know what about all the other people who can't get their elective medical procedures done? What about all the people who now can't feed their families? What about all the people who can't pay their reds and are soon to be homeless like you can't look at one tiny slice of health? What about all the people who are isolated? What about all the terrible elderly people who've died alone without the comfort of a loved one with them? I mean all of this is what's happening and yet what are health officials you know. And what the World Health Organization has been tunnel vision focused on is Kobe. Nineteen and that's just really such a small part of the whole equation. It is and I. You know I can't wait for you to come back on the show. I have so many things I want to discuss with you and I want our listeners to now and it's not a political issue. This is on the left arriving but not for some. It's not it's got some people. They won't even listen because they think it's a it's a it's a conspiracy theories of far right. I know you know I know I know. And it's like an open. Your damn mind is what I want to tell you this in my opinion and I probably GonNa have a panic attack after I say this but I think based on the twenty five books that I have read now and studied this for over twenty three years since I was pregnant with my first child I think it just may be one of the biggest most profitable lies. We've ever been told there's a lot to that. There's a lot to that. I mean it needs to be it. Needs to be studied. They do sham vaccine trials. They cover up the injuries. They won't let us talk about vaccines and autism. They won't let us talk about Therapeutics Against Covert Nineteen. Clearly there are interested parties. Who are deciding what the narrative is doctor had patents four different vaccines or things that could go into vaccine. His Institute makes a lot of money on the development of Vaccines. He has close contacts. So we've got to get some people who are not captured by industry talking to us about this it. Unfortunately it's very biased. What we're getting the information is very biased. But I agree with you. We are on political organization and people need to be able to have real conversations about this outside of politics. It's not political. This is about our future. This is about the global future so that always have you with us. Thank you so much in the way pleasure. Okay thanks to everyone. You're listening to one life. The summer some ALCON Lamborghinis the body's own ED in downtown everybody's component me one eleven which is a bigger jost ourselves. This conversation question. This is we become due to talk. Took welcome back cute radio. Are you there guys? Oh my gosh. This is crazy. No it's the connection this bond pay Jill. Hey burn good to be with you. Yeah good to be with you to You know you've been on the show from the very beginning. We have been through some ups and downs. Today we'll be memorable. That's for sure you you know it's it's always great to have you on the show. Joe Lane is a pro athlete. Health and nutrition coach and founder of fuelling champions which is the three steps. Sports performance and athletic nutrition program built to maximize the potential of student athletes and the parents that support them. You can find her on Instagram at team. Fuelling champions or her website fuelling champions Dot Org. Today we're talking about the article protein anxiety that we started to cover a couple of weeks ago but never really thought to the meat of it no pun intended. There is is there really. Such a thing is too much protein. Gel. Yeah I mean there's a thing as too much anything even water in too much of a level can be dangerous to the body so there is such a thing as too much protein just like there is with anything else but I think the fire around eating too much protein is misplaced instead of us really staring in the face. The fact that we're eating too much sugar. Maybe not exercising enough and definitely not being in a vegetables. We want to put the blame on eating too much protein or caused worry about eating too much protein when really. I think that fear is misplaced. Yeah I do too and you know this article article that we're talking about today. That was in the time special edition. The science of nutrition it starts off by saying Americans consume the most protein annually But most are still unsure if they are still getting enough which. I find shocking because I see protein. It's just I think it's over consumed based on what I see the average American but as a review can you break down. What protein basically is what kinds of proteins? There are and why we need it and why. It's a matter of importance in our nutrition. Yeah so protein is one of our three primary macronutrients and macro means big. So it's a big place. We get our nutrition and calories from the other two are fats and carbohydrates and so protein is composed of things called amino acids. And I've been watching a lot of that show called Ligo masters with my kids especially during this time right now. It's a great show. And if you think you think of you know acids like legos. We eat protein either in the form of plant or animal protein. And it's like having a composed lego set but when that Lego set or the protein gets insider digestive track our body. Takes it apart? Kind of like we can do as legos. We can take it apart a set and turn it into something else. And that's what the really cool thing is about protein. We take part the protein and take apart the amino acids and then we reuse assets in a variety of different ways in the body. And I'm a I work in sports and so we think of protein when it comes to sports and athletic nutrition something that helps with muscle but protein and amino acids do so much more in the body. They help with methylation. They help build lewd chemicals because they help they help with heart health. They help build enzyme. They are actively like enzymes in certain reactions in the body. They're really important building Collagen. There's two to three amino acids that actually build Collagen which is really important for joint. Health and structures in our body so protein is not just about maintaining an adding muscle. It's important for almost every system in the body. And that's why we shouldn't afraid to eat protein. I agree well you talk about. You spoke with math elation. Can you explain math? Elation and like nonscientific terms sure so much relation is basically a process that the body uses it. Think of it like this. We have a chemical. It's the way that the body changes thing a in the thing be in the thing. See it's kind of like a Dr Seuss Book Right now. These are get turned into maybe and then converted into things see. And there's a pathway in the body called the mess elation halfway and that's essentially what it does it's taking Methyl groups which is a combination of carbon hydrogens and the body abbreviated S. C. H. Three for all the science nerds listening. It takes these methyl groups and either attach them or remove them from different chemicals. Thing a thing be the thing see and if we don't do that appropriately if we don't have enough like Messiah knee in which is an essential amino acid. We can't make it. We have to eat it if we don't have B twelve which comes from a lot of animal proteins. It's not abundantly found at all unless it's Subsidized in the plant world. We don't have enough of these things which we need in that process of Changing A. B. and C. In the body then we have some build up of a like a backlog clogging if you will and the things that build up the body one of them is known as homocysteine and homocysteine is an inflammatory like molecule which has been linked to higher risk of certain aspects of heart disease and methylation is really important for our mood chemicals and so methylation is really key Chemical reaction or series of chemical reactions in the body that we're not really good at it and sometimes we're genetically predisposed to being really bad at it and you can usually see this in a family tree with high-risk apart disease high risk of infertility unfortunately and even high risk of cancer when you look at the genetics of people who have that in their family they usually have what we call the methylation defects and the cool thing is is that we can use protein and certain vitamins like natural foliage and b twelve to help assist our crappy genetic sometimes and that's why nutritionals so important. Well it's a crappy genetics though or is it the over consumption of sugar. How does sugar a sack methylation in the body? Well sure doesn't really dramatically affect Menthylatim sugar is mess. Elation is a chemical reaction that requires some cofactors and it requires certain types of genetics play. And so if you're Connecticut predisposes you have A. You're supposed to be a car with four tires and you come out of car with retires. Sugar-based doesn't affect that missing tire. So you know some things sugar has its downfalls is inflammatory it can you know it's Over consumption of sugar can raise inflammatory risk in dampen immune function. But we don't WANNA blame faulty menthylatim really on sugar directly. Okay well you know in this article it states that the we've got about a minute before we go to break in this article. It states that the average American eats too much protein in that eating too much protein has serious health consequences. What do you say about that? Well I would respectfully disagree. There's really only one. Well known well researched group. That has what we call a contra indication to eating quote unquote a lot of protein. And that's those with Pre-established kidney disease and there are people who have kidney issues and it doesn't mean they can't eat protein. They just have to monitor the amount of protein that they consume but for the rest of us. As I mentioned before we need those immuno acids to do stuff in our body. It's critical critical. Someone depression could really be from the fact that they don't have enough. B twelve full late and immuno acids because they're not eating a protein rich diet. Someone might have frequent bruising or not heal from surgery or injury because they don't have an iron and I mean oh acids from their diet and so we need to just really be smart about the fact that protein is an essential nutrient it. There's nine amino acids that our body cannot make their called essential amino acids with things. We have to get them through. Food so protein is critical to a healthy diet in my opinion okay. Well we're going to go to break. I love having lane on the line with us. She is. She's truly like an Encyclopedia Encyclopedia of nutrition knowledge. We'll be right back everyone. You're listening to one life. Radio is it is the live and now by side. I've come back. Welcome back to when my radio. Everyone this is Bernadette with Rinaldo Davis and Jill Lane is on the line with us. She is a pro athlete. Health and nutrition coach and founder of fuelling champions. You can find on Instagram at team. Fuelling champions or her website tooling champions. Dot Org She has a great Sports performance in Athletic Nutrition Program Bill to maximize the potential of student athletes and the parents that support them during the break. We got a call from Catherine Joe Are you ready to answer her question? I'm ready you're ready you do to. This is so crazy doing this from my home bedroom. I have to tell everybody out there listening the song. I WANNA be. Sedated played a couple of segments go. I'm like yeah I want to be the data right after I go off the air but they asked the question. What are the best foods to get the amino acids that we need and protein? What do you say to Catherine? Why say variety is King? One thing from this article that I liked. I agreed with. Is that most people. Don't eat enough variety of food. In general really most of us eat like the same foods over and over again and our children are like the worst victims of this and so when it comes to nutrition really Especially protein variety is king. So we think when we think protein we always think animal we think beef and buy chicken and Turkey and eggs but don't forget that we can get a variety of I mean. Oh acids from plants like keen. Watch soy lentils beans and peas and lagoons. And so my what I do in my own. Business is encourage lots of variety because it broadens the amino acid ratios were getting into food and the amino acid quantities that. We're getting food. This is kind of where sometimes the Vegan Vegetarians get. Tripped up is that they just stick with the same. Maybe plant based protein all the time. Maybe they just really only focused on soy or maybe they're not eating soy and so they're just eating you know one other thing and they're not getting enough variety of the MIO assets into their. I mean oh acid pool in the body and be they may have some health struggles and the same thing goes for the Meat Eater. They stick with only just eating grass fed beef which we love me. They're not also eating pasture day or they're not eating salmon and getting some of the other health benefits so really the answer that would be variety. Variety is king lots of different variety as much variety as you can't and to spread it out throughout the day. That's really the two things I would say. Most people do wrong when it comes to protein. They don't eat a variety of quote unquote clean sources and they don't spread about throughout the day which research tells us is key to protein consumption. Yeah I see and I forgot that because we haven't talked about in a long time but okay so Broccoli has protein in it though. Oatmeal has protein in it. Do those types of foods like Broccoli today. Have the any of or all of the nine essential amino acids that you're speaking of? Yes so it's kind of a lame labeling misnomer when you read that something like that is protein because what they what they don't have is. They don't have a complete protein. They have amino acids in them. What we don't know is what grouping of Amino acids and does that complete or make a complete protein and so they have different plants especially Don't have intact. All of the different non essential essential amino acids and so. That's why combining food is a big deal that's why food combining and the Vegan vegetarian world has been around for a long time. You eat rice with beans. Because the thought was that makes closer to a complete protein the complete package of amino acids similar to the way. He does come out of meat now. There's some debate weather at. That's the way the body really works. If it needs all of the classes together at that moment you bike. You would eat them and an animal based protein for the body to utilize them and it's best way or whether it's kind of like it can store or utilize the proteins as they commend spread throughout the day. The really the jury is still out on that. But Yeah Okay. Lasted amino acids are present in Plans they're closer to being a complete acid and things like I needed to cut you off. Well Joe I I need to cut you off. I apologize immensely. We've gotta go out of time. Everyone thank you for listening. Jill thank you for jumping on the air with us. Sorry for all of discourse We'LL BE BACK TOMORROW. If the creek doesn't rise you'll get one body you get one mind and you get one life yet out there today and make.

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'Are Llamas Ticklish?' And Other Silly Questions

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

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'Are Llamas Ticklish?' And Other Silly Questions

"This is but why a podcast for curious kids from Vermont public radio. I'm doing Lindell on this show. We take your questions about anything and we find answers. Sometimes we talk about really serious things and other times we like to answer your fun and funny questions this week. We're answering a bunch of questions that put a smile on our faces and we hope they make you chuckle to plus you might actually learn something from some of the answers. We'll start out with a question from Lilly she asks. Why do pickles and cactuses like each other? I will admit lily. I've never thought about the fact that pickles kind of resemble some CACTI but now that you mention it they do and if you've ever picked a cucumber straight from the garden you might know that some varieties of cucumber have little spikes on them just like a cactus. If you're wondering. Pickles are cucumbers that have been pickled in vinegar brine. You can make other kinds of pickled vegetables too but let's just keep it simple and assume lillies talking about pickled cucumbers to make things even more confusing. There's actually a cactus called cucumber. Cactus and I think that cactus looks less like a cucumber than some other kinds of cactus but back to the question cucumber and CACTUS are both plants. But they're in different plant families. They're not very closely related. Cucumbers are in the Gourd family related to things like pumpkins squash and watermelon CACTI. That's the plural of CACTUS. Cacti are succulents plants that store water not all succulents are CACTI. But that's the family there in so I guess the fact that both of these plants look of alike is random but there are actually in nature a lot of reasons that things that aren't related lookalike. Sometimes it's because there are patterns that repeat through nature and we see them in all kinds of objects. Another reason is something called convergent evolution. We're different organisms like plants or animals develop similar traits similar. Looks or ways of doing things even though they're not related often it's because they have had to adapt to similar environments and they both did it in the most effective and efficient way even though they were doing it separately. I don't know if that's what's happening with pickles. Cacti but I think it could be. I'm GONNA keep thinking about this and maybe we can circle back around to it in a future episode. If we find out anything interesting at any rate really good observation lily. Hi My name is Jesse. I live in Charlottesville Vermont Annoying Sheldon I would like to know what our googlers made out of you declan. Don't tell anyone but I actually don't think your question is all that gross. It's always good to know what's in your body right. Put simply buggers are just dried or congealed snot. So what's not? Snot is more politely and scientifically known as Mucus Producing Mucus. Is One of the ways. Your body stays healthy. Your body produces a leader of mucus every day in your nose your sinuses and your digestive tract mucus sticky and it helps to keep all the dirt dust and pollen out of your lungs so the mucus in your nose likes to hang around and stick to the little hairs on the inside of each nostril. That's how it can catch some of that dust and dirt that you're breathing in so you don't get it deeper into your body and sometimes that Mucus Kinda dries up there and it forms boogers. Mostly it's okay to just leave the boogers alone. You know but if you need to get rid of them user tissue. Here's a question from Bennett. Employers now eleven San Carlos Santana California in my question is. How do you fish C. Underwater without goggles? Our answer comes from Joe Blasi of the New England aquarium in Boston so animals have. Is that our builds in a way that is best for their environment. So your eyes designed to see an air. And that's the way that they work best so with you. Swim underwater with no goggles. Your is can't see really well so what happens when you put on goggles. There's a little teeny tiny bit of air. That's trapped in the goggles with your eyes so you can still see underwater. Now Fish. Don't need goggles. Because there is designed to work under water they still have the same parts that you do. There's a cornea an iris and pupil The way that the light gets in and bounces around. And then transmits a signal to their brain so they can see things. I'm and some fish can actually see really well considering the refresh But there is designed to work much better in a water environment rather than an Air Environment. One of the reasons that humans blink is to keep our eyes wet so do fish need to blink at all. They don't fish. Don't have eyelids blinking necessary. Whoa fish don't have eyelids cool now onto skunks hi. My name is enchanted. Seven years old. I live in Melbourne California. My question is like the smell of themselves. That's a good question and we found just the right person to answer it. Mary Holland is a naturalist and she was actually the very first guest on. But why more than three years ago discounts like the smell themselves as often as I've encountered skunks and even been spray by one. It has never occurred to me to wonder how the smell affects the skunk. I've always been more concerned with how it affects me. According to Dr Jerry. Tegu an expert on skunks and head of the Dragoon Institute for the betterment of skunks and skunk reputations skunks. Do not enjoy the smell of their own spray or the spray of other skunks. Skunks rarely spray each other or other animals. They only have a certain amount of spray inside them and once it's all used up. They must go several days without it while their body manufacturers more during this time they are defenceless so they only spray another animal. If they are seriously threatened. So if you don't WANNA get sprayed. Mary says it's best not to scare a skunk. They don't want to spray you. Prior to spraying a skunk will give ample warning to its enemy by stamping his front feet. If this is ignored then skunk will spray as a last defense when Scott Spray. They rarely get any on themselves though. They can tolerate their own smell. They do not appreciate getting it in the face and is from another skunk. A Scott. Sense of smell is even stronger than humans so if anything the skunk suffers more than anyone who has had the misfortune of being sprayed if a skunk does encounter counter the spray of another skunk. It will rub its face in the dirt sneeze or try to groom itself to get rid of the sprays odor coming up more answers to your fun questions. Do Pigs poop are elephants? Afraid of mice are llamas ticklish. This is but why a podcast for curious kids. I'm Jane Lindholm this week. We thought it might be nice to just relax and be a little silly and get answers to some questions. That are just plain fun. Here's a question we just got. The we didn't know the answer to my is addity. Hi I'm for years old island. Fixer Zona and Mike luscious are lawless. Ticklish Shannon joy is going to help us out with an answer. She and her mom. Laurie Gregory run mountain peaks. Therapy Llamas. Alpacas they go all over the Vancouver Washington and Portland Oregon area with their animals for therapy and education. Here's what Shannon figured out about addy's question high addy. Thank you so much for such a fun question. It's so funny because Llamas don't laugh. I never consider whether or not there ticklish. So as soon as we got your request my mom actually went outside and began tickling one of my llamas. No he didn't really do much seems as though they aren't ticklish. In the sense that they laugh but I have noticed that when flies touched their nose or land on their tails they tend to switch the fly away showing that perhaps they are ticklish on their faces and their tales. That's a pretty fun concept. The other questions we often get about llamas are whether or not they spit. This is very common. That people often think that llamas are mean and spitting animals but in fact they're similar to dogs. How dogs bite when they are afraid. Or when they're upset is the same reason why llamas might fit because they are uncertain about you so just as you should ask an owner of a Dog. Whether it's okay for you to pet them you should always ask an owner of Allama if you can pet there lama because some lamas love to be touched and are very social and very friendly but some lamas prefer their personal boundaries face and these are the ones that tend to spit on us. Thank you so much for such a fun question about Llamas. Thanks Shannon up next a question about Jellyfish Mitch. I'm a half and I laugh at Brooklyn you can get a first grade and my question is why are Jellyfish Jelly or RDBMS Jelly? Why did he have bigger? I WanNa talk yet. I love all the places. Your mind went in that one question. Jellyfish are not made of Jelly. Well at least not the kind. You might eat on toast or in a sandwich. Jellyfish are actually ninety five percent water. That's what allows them to float around in the water. Currents the National Ocean Service says jellyfish are made out of three layers an outer layer called the epidermis which is the same name as our outer layer our skin by the way the middle layer is where most of the stuff that looks like Jelly is. It's called the mess. Oh Glee Yeah. And it's actually a thick elastic jelly. Like tissue not really jelly. The inside layer is called the gastro durmus. And that's where digestion happens. They have Stinger so they can catch and paralyze their prey. The things they eat so while you might want to touch them and they might look nice and soft and squishy and slimy. It's really not a good idea. Those stings can actually be quite painful or even dangerous. I was actually stung by jellyfish. Lots of them. When I was snorkeling in the Galapagos Islands off the coast of Ecuador wants and I can attest though stings really hurt and now a question about much bigger land animals and they're very small frenemies. Hi My name is Lucas. I'm sixty years old from candidate. Vodka Georgia and my question is why are elephant. Afraid OF MICE. Hi My name is cree nine five. I read in Westwood California and I want to know why elephants scared of mice. Are Elephants afraid of mice? Our answer comes from Peter Rig. He works with the elephant listening project. That's a group based at the Cornell Lab of ornithology in New York state elephants afraid of mice only in the cartoons. Elephants aren't afraid of very much except humans and with good reason. Humans are one of the biggest threats to elephants and their habitat now. It's time to tackle this question from emily. I'm nine years old and I'm from Riverdale New York and my question is why when we're tired we on my name is. Maya. I'm twelve years old. I am from California. Why is contagious? And here's olive who six years old and lives in Seattle Washington and she joins Maya in wondering I. It can pay. Our answer. Comes from pediatrician Dr Lori Racia- even talking about yawning up to fifty percent of people will yon just hearing that someone's talking about yawning so it's really really interesting so this question is actually one of the harder questions that I was asked because there's much that's not understood about yawning and there's several different ideas of why people yawn and so I'm going to share those with you but I hope you're not disappointed if I can't give you. This is why for sure So one thought is that there's some belief that even the very earliest human so even before there was like a a real communication system of language that Early humans would yawn in that maybe was a way for them to signal to each other. That maybe Their level of alertness that they weren't going to be able to watch out for the big Predator animals or something like that or to signal that Maybe it was then time for everyone to go to sleep. Maybe it was the way in early. Humans of coordinating some of their sleep activity. One theory also says that it may just be simply mimicking behavior. And so I don't know if any of you have noticed that if you are you see someone and they are smiling that you are likely to smile back right. And so that's just a simple mimicking behavior. I don't think we're telling ourselves. Oh I really. This is one of those times. I must smile but just seeing the human face with a smile often causes us to smile back. And that's a very good reason for all of us to smile as much as we can. Because I think it's important for all of us to do our part to try to keep people feeling positive and happy. Another factor is that your age plays a role so even though babies soon as they're born they can yawn. They don't have contagious yawn. So it doesn't seem that humans become contagious. Yonkers until we're about age four. The other interesting thing to to know is that humans and other social mammals so animals that kind of work together or have some kind of communication with each other are the only living things that we know of that. Have contagious yawns. So it does seem to be something important to our social structure or how we are with other people. But I can't tell you exactly why that happens. The last thought that I wanted to share with you that some researchers feel that yawning may have a role in helping to keep the brains temperature down so that sounds kind of funny how that could happen. But if you think about it. Our bodies are about ninety eight. Ninety eight and a half degrees Fahrenheit and are outside world is usually cooler than that so when we yawn we bring in a lot of cool air into our mouth above our mouth. Is the Pallet but above that is the sinuses and actually then the base of the brain. So when you're bringing in cold air you may be Having a little bit of a cooling effect on the brain now when I have a fever. I don't feel like a yawn more but I. I don't know if I've really thought about that. But that's another interesting interesting. Thought about what yawning could do. I find it amazing that just thinking about someone else. Yawning can make you. Yon Sometimes my dog yawns and I've noticed that ion right back. I put on my mum gluts and headed out to the Barnyard to answer one last question. Today's episode formula. I am full and from the question. Me Mina say your question. How do you pick? Who sometimes you guys ask questions that surprise even your parents. But it's a good question lineup. Pigs poop the same way we do and for the same reasons. Pigs eat a lot of different things and as their bodies process all the good stuff the vitamins and nutrients they need to function. There's also some stuff that's not absorbed by the body it's basically garbage and your body needs to take out the trash so after you or your favorite poor seen. That means pig friend. Chew your food. It goes down into your stomach where some acid helps break it up into even smaller pieces. And then the food travels through the intestines. The intestines are like a long skinny tube. That twists and turns inside your body as the food goes through your intestines. Those good nutrients are getting sucked. Out and the time the food gets pushed through the end of the intestines. What's left is poop so just like you. The pig gets a sensation that it needs to go to the bathroom and outcomes the poop. One big difference though pigs don't bother finding a toilet. They just go wherever they please. That's it for this episode. We really wish by the way that we had the time and resources to answer all of your questions. Do you have any idea how many you've sent us? What's your guess? You all have sent us more than six cows questions since this podcast started. Oh and you know what melody and I just realized it's our birthday. This show launched four years ago this week. So happy birthday to us if you're new to our show and you haven't been with us for all the episodes we've made. There's a lot to choose from if you want to start listening back and as always if you have a question have an adult recorded on a smartphone or some other recording device. If speaking is difficult for you we are always happy to get an email sender audio file or your emailed question two questions at but why kids dot Org. Don't forget to tell us who you are. Just your first name please where you live and how old you are and we will stay on the hunt for answers but why is produced by. Melody Vo Debt and means Jane Lindholm for Vermont Public Radio. Our theme music is by Luke Reynolds. We'll be back in two weeks with an all new episode until then stay curious.

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