20 Episode results for "Max Max"

Girls On Film - The Power Trip After Party

The Power Trip After Party

22:20 min | 2 weeks ago

Girls On Film - The Power Trip After Party

"It's the power trip after party presented by niccolo golden light power trip after party. Podcast presented by michelob golden light. Welcome to the fifth of january. Twenty twenty one. I what did you say a bad word. No we can say whatever you want on this. Be gosh tonight. I can see the word. Today is now and not ran away. Max max max are you guys. I mean hat needs to be retired. That's a brand new supposed to look don't say would it is. Yeah yeah. It's like those minimum shoes. Those golden goose or whatever. They're called i don't like that fan gals had either. I think it looks. I'm fuck youtube. Rian hi corey. Hi how you doing very great. Thanks you look good. Thank you nice of you carly. What's the number one reason. Corey won't like queen of the south enjoyable. There's ladies in hoops. Yeah no thank you. Not ladies with boobs breathe. I and and follow up with this bachelor clip though. Exactly why i'm not into it and how. Why would have no interest in pursuing something with anyone or even sleeping listener relationships. When i when i was again i like to self scout. I'd like to try to objectively. Listen to the show and i'm not on the show. Just go like what does it sound. Like when i'm not on it and maybe i can hear things that i don't hear when i'm in the show and for whatever stood out to me that you were you reacted to selma hayek. Like i had never heard you react to a dude. He knows they're awesome. But i'm just like brands obsessed with her shape. But if i was like. Hey here's a picture. Ryan gosling with his shirt off and he looks nice. I think it's like you wouldn't care as a woman to that. It just takes such an appreciation of like. Wow like you grew those yourself like while done blake. Jeez i'm i'm thirty years old and i'm still waiting for my boobs to come in a month or so ago there was a day that carly came in and then she left and we did an after party like did you see today. You're more than the rest of us and we're dude could care less about me. Carlito here so good for brienne. Maybe that's why there was no sexual attention on new year's with zach through. Okay fine chick. She's in a laker friend a lot. We've heard good things about the friend. Yeah the friends. Very pretty very. Is this the same friend that was gonna come with to Vegas twenty twenty. Oh you bet only got one so yeah have one friend. That's great is this. Is this attractive friend. Coming to vegas to twenty one. So she's got a boyfriend. Scott boyfriend march of this year so our time and our nation mr window unless just wants to hit the reset button and start over in march standard. A lot to offer sky top of my head but they have to have something. This guy likes sports enough to like talk. About how the gopher basketball teams doing so well but he has no idea what the fan. Yeah yeah i get nothing but nice thing about you how everybody is. Oh no people don't like you but Yeah for me. Yeah i do too ask. Oh stop at scott dammit. Oh says the guy who tried to videotape me for the fucking completely naked please. A lot of professional video word amateur one hundred l. film you nude dot com. That sounds like a website hockey own. Does he still own todd. Dot com ing. So yeah he was going to sell magic. It's my goal is to be like magic kid so kits like magic equipment like stuff. Michael scott magic cards If man is the magic the gathering still laughing. Yeah max has been heard. That's one area. My nerd dome has not expanded to. But i believe it's still a thing. Pokemon cards yu-gi-oh cards magic starts have made like a giant comeback. All that kind of stuff. In general i mean even comic books. I think two thousand twenty common. It was like the best year for comic books ever in history salako. all that stuff is making a comeback. Ep take but again i i. I said this yesterday in the morning. Show but Disney there was a group of high school age. Kids that had a you know a youth group leader. Whatever and all of them were wearing sweatshirts that said virginity rocks giant like neon letters virginity rocks in all. I wanted to say to them. As that's only said by people that haven't had sex. Nobody virginia extracts so much better than virginity. Clearly they didn't do disney because that is one of the best tender places out. Excuse me disneyworld to disney tinder disney tender. Kidding you got all these cast members that are from colleges from all around the world. You can go exotic and go whatever you want. Shrinks sounds dabbled in disney tinder. I did push it out but it was fun. It was really fun. I think you've pushed out. No i posted. I got to the room. Like i shouldn't be doing this virginity. There was not a virginity rock sweatshirt holden parents time. Yeah to go to the other room in hosts like i never can airbnb for us. I exactly always come to my house. I honestly i would be happy to you. Oh thank you might have to take advantage of that. Come on for overly accept that invitation. Hope jason's not there. You will not be there for a long time july. I chris you guys talking about virgins sexcapades sexuality. I said i'm willing to host. If they would like to get away from their parents home. We have an extra bedroom. He'll free to come on over a camera setup in there. Maybe no i always ask i them. Your mission is important consent consent rocks consent rats shirt. Yeah rocks it does way better than virginity. Question for him when you were younger and You know unmarried and exploring the world void watching yourself performance eight. Jesus it's a legitimate question just went. We're right for reason. I bring it up is because that's never ever anything i'd ever wanna see myself do. Don't like the way. Look i know the noises are going to be weighed. And i'm nobody's idea of good time seventy road lawyer who loves us. Yeah but it's not fun for him. You know what. I mean. No way does it. So is that something you re. Yeah do you like watching yourself on tape from a singer so back on the radio you gotta take me for you. It matters more about your performance in the gal that you're with well what does she do. Jesus you know right sauce. I put it in a lot of effort. How about that The That doesn't answer your question. Really great work ethic right but so it wasn't anything you were interested in though i mean. Did he meet like watching. I didn't Okay boy. I did this one time. One time i did it. And i don't know where the jesus yeah that's trouble right there but this was a long long long time ago. This is the reason. I bring it up. I'd like a really long time. I totally fine with eight coming out now. Because i'd be like i was young. Filmed them younger. Time was cam. That was like those handicaps camcorder. Gimme the closest number. Unless you know the exact number two how many times you've filmed your self in the act. Oh filmed like like not scorsese films filming like like solo filming to send to jason just adjacent. Yeah yeah we have we. We spend a lotta time apart. So that makes sense for us. Yeah one actual full blown performance was filmed studio audience so us. I don't think at not once. No no no no not know. I have a small crank. I don't i'm not attractive. Naked mom yeah zero zero. Yeah mean there's pictures okay. Let's go wait a minute. There's a few pictures you know. Not me. Gross interesting well. Then what are their pictures. All like stills of you in no no just exes i think is what he's saying. Does anybody keeps. I think a lot of people do. Did you get sued for that guy for keeping you get you get you get sued for ten years ago or so. This guy is banned from the internet. Completely like he's not allowed to be on. Yeah he's straight he has not been on the internet sense so i think it's a real big yet a whole website. That was really popular dedicated. Strictly to revenge porn posting your stuff. Your name was hunter more or something like that and he actually had a really big following among younger people. When i was in high school when this happened and yeah eventually got caught up in. He is completely banned from the hard to get a job fray. No i'd never have done that. I'd never never would do that okay. I never would want that. We'll stop judging me then. That was so judgmental. Wasn't helene ever do that because people who do that are idiots known. I heard no longer ten thousand dollars that you had. And i mean that as a compliment just seems like i don't know you're like i'm a free spare conciliate i appreciate all. Yeah you are sure. It seems like something you would do get. I'm not saying it seems like something you would do every other day for your whole life. It just seems like. That's something that i would have been florida if you had never done. Because you're an open minded individual and you're very very welcome. Yes that's like sexuality doesn't they don't really care. Somebody got hold of the video. Run right to we'll confiscate and destroy it break. The internet should all get one of exes to come on pass on that horrible idea. Oh god golic terrible terrible. Yeah now that wouldn't be fun. It'd be fun to hear other people's right right. I wonder if i could self critique me think one of my worst I think just being naked. I'm pretty bad at that. I don't look great. Look better with close on the clothes off on one hundred people most people. Yeah but like you say. I work really hard man. I'll go the extra mile. I work right because basically i want my partner very happy like i want to make them very happy. Yeah so i go the extra mile right. Whatever that may mean that person only one person. Now be clear about that link in the past. Yeah right yeah anyway ma'am interesting. Thank you appreciate it. No sugar real. Did you have oboe something bad. He was doing weird thing with his hand. Just got cirque nothing. Brenham get interesting that would have to be put onto a dvd and then onto a that. No put it in my alphabetize dvd k. You need somewhere to go. Carolina pennsylvania lately. No we are going. I'm going for jason's birthday. The six go the morning of the sixteenth and stay for like ten days give sixteen. I'm gonna get ecksteen too good for. Yeah it's cool so yeah we're gonna go. No his grandpa's football number was sixteen. Th birthday the sixteenth is a coincidence. That's kind of crazy. I would assume he'll be twenty-nine nine crazy for religion that you say because you had when you were what twenty four. I was twenty three twenty twenty just because like you always. I feel like when i had didn't feel that young but yeah i did. Yeah i've always said. I was really really really dumb till is like twenty five or six. I made it. I don't know how. I made it through my twenty until i was twenty. I have no idea together. Who the greatest part. And i've seen this now with angie and bailey bailey. Fifteen and. I assume you're going to have this specific if you don't know what it is about mothers. Do you have a young young mother and you have a girl. I i actually kind of think it. Superfund like friends like really good friends. So obviously you got the mother daughter dynamic but they're like a tag team so it's kind of fun to have bailey know that she has somebody she can legitimately talk to. That isn't seventy years old back in my day. They have that extra connection. Because it's like yeah. You weren't in my spot that long ago so i actually trust you. It's an advantage of having kids younger. Yeah I am very open about the fact that all of my children will be crippled emotionally and they will depend on me to be their best friend for their entire lives. All of them are my best friends. Adorable erasing them to leave. I'm raising them. To stay zach so since the i want my children to you guys i want them to never leave me really never right. Just be my best friend. Yes you're very close with your parents very close very very close with my parents. Yep we make a lot of video built. That's why that's part of the reasons interns now for me as a guy right. He films a lot of these. Do you guys like living with your parents. The great setup. I like hanging out with them and harassing on and living with a family. I mean technically it is louie. Exactly exactly what else. That's a fact. now. I like having people around. I guess what my kids are. Thirty in their saint. I want to live with you forever. Friend like it mean. It's it's i mean there's there's good there's good Aspects to it. There's also the bad aspect of lack of privacy You know it's a little awkward. I got an idea not to cut you off. But i got an idea ceremony. There was no sexual tension between the two of you on new year's eve. No you guys combined forces and get a place. Knock on our door yeah. That's great roommate. Who cooks i mean. Who donald's does okay. We'll be great. Who's who's gonna who's the the slava the two of you who was a person. Oh i'm probably now you clean up your for your money who's going to need unlimited beta reword the now but i think that's a cut this bit off but it's experts say tomorrow who are larger. Yeah so it's almost like jason's birthday but similar twenty nine twenty six then. It's nothing like his birthday the different day ten days later. It's exactly the reasons for thing in terms of a day that you were born on. That's about where the similarities end either way. Happy birthday jack. Thank you are you gonna do for it If you said fly to pittsburgh say all right now close would never mind. You'll have. That'd be nice. If i don and max maybe something for your birthday. Don't give anything i know i. It's it's think we're gonna. I'm gonna go play bingo with my mom fucking hot trying to do something this weekend bingo hall. Where the is that women. Ladies seventy plus cingo. Yeah probably hammered this weekend and Yeah that's what. I'm getting him for his birthday. He's getting hammered this weekend. Corey matt bound. Get whoever whatever you choose choose. Yeah well that's been twenty one minutes. Fill foreign filled harley brand mac second anything else to add max would have going on. I mean on the sex filming thing. I was kinda thinking about us. We're still talking about it. I actually think. I got mound once. Yeah well. I knew. But there wasn't really anything i could do about it. I was having. That sounds really bad. I was having sex outside like my actually really likes to find graffiti shit so we were kind of under a bridge like looking for graffiti and you know things just sometimes you just see some really cool art things get high. It just gets hot and heavy and the young again. There was a guy walking on the bridge. Any definitely had his phone out. I had my hood up and stuff. So i'm fine. I mean obviously. If i had a down sick got afro deny but i'm not gonna. I was going in that day. So i was like it ends up on porn or something. I'd be pretty proud to for you. Get free hockey hockey. I would've seen it before you did even have been done before his because people are into the weirdest shit. When max's sentence was starting when he was like a gal that really got turned on by graffiti. I thought that's where you're going to like her turn on was graffiti. It sounded like she just has looking at graffiti. And it's like well who's gonna once graffiti porn exactly one person. Yeah maybe yeah. I'm not discerning. Spanks all right well. That's it carlin so dirty next tuesday. I'll be here. Sweet sounds so disappointed. No it's the second time. I'm sorry i said at the bonuses won the look on your face was Like i said the word. I just said. Cnx tuesday oh. I got him.

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4: How to Build Strength, Even When You Feel Broken

Smash Your Damn Goals

18:29 min | 2 years ago

4: How to Build Strength, Even When You Feel Broken

"Hello Gorgeous and welcome to the smash revamp goals podcast. I'm your host Jay scarring. US Coastguard License Second Assistant Engineer at an operations engineer for a major energy company. I am also the Creator and founder up level wildly. Coaching a program empowers women to Dream Big Deli and take massive action. Goals. This show is where we talk about the fact that you were made for big things. Edition is not a dirty word. I'm going to show you how to dream big daily thrive and less than ideal environments, and how to make your way to the top. My mission is to share inspiring stories and empower you to live a life that is wild. One here more on after today's episode. Be Sure, sign up for my newsletter at Smasher Down Goals Stop. Talking for more of my daily strategies have really worked. Your Dream Life requires bold action. Hello and welcome back to the smasher Damn goals podcast. Today to be talking about something that was brought up with a friend of mine will be Brian. I was actually about to go for a run, but I just finished up my homework for one new certifications marking on an I am fired up. Basically have been thinking a lot about this lately. It's been on my mind. It's been on my heart and I think that a lot of the all are gonNA benefit from mess so. A friend at the other day, and she said I hate how women think they're broken, and it's like the end all be all for them, and they use that as an excuse to never work on fixing themselves. and. I am all guilty I've definitely said this about myself before, but it's so fucking true right like what does broken even mean really and if you've ever use this term to describe yourself at Bir then I. Want you to stop and think about what you thought you were saying about yourself when you said Oh I'm broken. I'll wait. Okay so chances. Are you thought about how it meant a no one will ever love me. I'll never be able to come out of this place. That I'm at I'll never be able to be better than what I am I'm just not meant to do. XYZ because I'm broken. Okay, and that's a crutch. Chances are if you're listening to me right now than you've gotten through literally every bad day that you've gone through so far no matter what happened to you or how you acted towards others, or what didn't go right that day. You may have gotten your butts kicked all eight. You may have woken up. Not Knowing where you are might have been in a different country You may have heard a friend you may have. There's so much shit that you might have done, but. You're still here. You got through it. You are still here even though you might be carrying some pretty heavy emotional baggage. You're literally stronger for that bright. Even if you felt feel. Beat to hell by everything that you went through. You are here. A new are stronger. Okay I want you to think about when you lift, await right like you lift weight workout and. Time you get stronger, and then you can lift heavier weights, and then he lifts weights more anew. Practice more, and you get stronger. All of the Shit that you've gone through so far was to make you stronger. I used to think that I was broken. And that was the way that I was always going to be the problem with that is when you choose a victim mentality. You choose to remain a victim. When you choose a victim mentality, you choose to remain a victim. Yes there was stuff that was done to me by other people I. Put myself through a lot of unnecessary stuff. Yes, all of that happened, but eventually I stopped using this as an excuse, and I started doing some really hard work. I started looking at my shortcomings, and I began a really painful healing process. If you're going to let one bad day or month or even a year define how you feel about yourself. You're going to lose the war. Okay, it's all right to lose a battle. It's okay to lose five battles. It's okay to wake up every day that week and lose the battle, but it's not okay to quit. Okay, the moment that you decide that you were done taking action and you don't want to fight anymore. That is the moment where everything goes downhill. It's okay to get tired. It's OK arrest. It's not okay to quit. Don't get me wrong. Quitting is easy. Quitting so easy. It's easy to learn to be comfortable where you are, and the inverse of that is true right? Healing is really hard. You have to admit where you're wrong. Where you're not doing well, you have to take a look at yourself. Look long and hard at some pretty painful truths about yourself, and it's not. It's not pretty right That's where most people quit right there. They're like yeah. I want to be better, and then they look at all the stuff that they've done. Like Nom de I I don't WanNa. Look at this anymore at. That's where most people quit. You have to decide to be better than once. You've made Donald that worked and made that decision. You actually have to be better. It's hard. If you're struggling right now, you're probably listening like well. You said it was easy to learn to be comfortable where I am not going to do okay girl by. Chat. If you choose to do that, you're literally denying that you have built strength through these hard times. You're turning your back on that part of yourself. You're literally saying to yourself that you don't deserve to be better, and you're going to sit here and focus on. That is wrong with your life, and you just WanNa wallow in that. And if that's what you're right now, that's fine. That's where I was for a really long time. I'm not gonNA pretend that a perfect I never have been I. Never Welby but there was one time in my life where I literally felt like roadkill that got run over by a bus, and I realized that I could either always feel like that and make that my normal or I can make a choice to stand up and fight. And even on the darkest days, since then never once have I, regretted that choice. Don't get me wrong. There were days where I regretted. You know being the person is to be. You're wasting so much time being victim, but I've never regretted making a choice to heal to do the work to come out stronger. You are not broken unless you decide that you are, you're stronger. You are a fighter and you have everything in you that you need to succeed. And the sooner that you realize that the sooner that you realize that you ten thousand percent are not broken, and that everything that has happened you so far with supposed to happen to you for one reason or another, if nothing else than the reason was. To get you to make that choice to fight to be stronger and to be better, the sooner you realize that the better off that you're going to be the sooner you realize that the sooner that you can make every day yours and just start making better decisions and embodying your bestself self. But what you allow in your life will be your life okay, if you accept not doing your best, or you accept being in an unhealthy relationship or you accept eating like crap. That is all that you're gonNA. Get near life. So. What do you think will happen? When you no longer accept the essays, and instead you start to embrace healing, you start to embrace healthy relationships. Maybe you even start to embrace eating vegetables. What do you think is GonNa Happen? You're going to get happier. You're going to get healthier. You're going to get stronger and you're gonNA wake up one day. And you're GonNa realize that you were never broken. You were brought to rock bottom because that was the solid foundation that you needed to rebuild on. You can't rebuild on sand. You can't rebuild on clay. You can't rebuild on these quick. Quick Little Hits of happiness or confidence, you need to build onto something rock solid, and not only that by getting to rock bottom. You built the strength to carry every block that you needed to in order to build a better life. Something that you've fought for that, you've shown up for and that you've worked for is always three thousand percent better than what just fell in your lap. So, you can find that strength within you and you can identify. You can say I can do better than this I can be better them I promise that you will be. There's going to be a lot of rough day is between here and there? It's not always going to be easy. You'RE GONNA WANNA quit, but if you keep pushing forward and choosing not to be broken, you're going to end up so much stronger. Okay I'm off my soapbox now. A promise and I wanted to give you guys just a few tips about what you can do when you are in this mentality when you're feeling like a victim when you're feeling broken. When you're just feeling sorry for yourself and you can't really see the forest through the trees of all the things that you've gone through and come through, and like just totally smoked it through even if it doesn't always feeling that. It's okay to look at the past, and it's definitely to learn from it in fact like if it's not too painful for you, you should be doing this, and if it is too painful right now, it's important I think to work with someone that can help. Get you to this point where it's not too painful. And you can learn your big lessons from what you've gone through, but don't get stuck living in the past. Okay like it's not a good place to live. It's an okay place to go. Check out in. Say like what happened here? How could I have handled things better? How could things have just been handled better period end of story? That's okay. That's great, but move on from that. You can't change it. You can only learn from it. If you cut yourself feeling. Sorry for yourself. One of my favorite things that I like to do in these situations is I. Give Myself Lake, five or ten minutes to wallow in that. And, then I redirect so I literally will set a timer on my phone and I will allow myself to be miserable for five to ten minutes Max Max Max because I don't want to go down this rabbit hole of everything that's gone wrong or could go wrong or whatever? So the timer goes off, I redirect I. Look at why do I feel like this right now. Why is this coming up for me? and I will kinda. Sit there and investigate those feelings and sometimes. That's really painful to do, but a of times if I sit there and I. Ask the right questions I. Can get really good answers about why. This is coming up for me and what the lesson is that? I need to learn from it. and. Then I go do something that makes me feel super powered so. You know if it's playing sports for you. If it's going out so tennis courts end light, just hitting tennis balls, heart is you can't go do that thing that makes you feel. Absolutely a thousand percent amazing once you have allowed yourself to sit in your little pit of self pity. Another thing I. Want you guys to do is to write down a list of a hundred amazing things about yourself and I want you to put it where you can see it often. and. I don't care if it takes you a freaking year to make this list, make a list of literally one hundred things like about yourself and put it up before it's finished like. Don't feel like overwhelmed like it has to be a work of art. You can be like you know what I like the way I feel when I eat carrots i. I don't know Mike. If that's something you like about yourself, put it on the list. If there is a time that you've overcome a really hard situation in, you're proud of how you handled it. Put It on the list. If you are proud of if you like the offense that you put together every day. Put that on the list. You got it. And then I want you to think about everything that you've overcome. How can you use this to make a difference, okay? I know that I didn't go through all my struggles with food and body. I didn't go through all the stuff that I've gone through to not help someone to not make a difference with that, and that's a huge reason. Why started smashing him goals till like people overcome. Things like this no matter what's going on in their life. I don't want this stuff to be in the way for you guys and stop you from reaching your goals. So that's why I'm here like. Is it painful to talk about? Yeah ops of freaking Louis, but I'm here doing it because I know it's going to help someone. you know if you were in a terrible relationship? Like can you help? Other women get out of there terrible relationships. Can you help them? See the warning signs before it's too late and it doesn't have to be on a large scale, so don't get discouraged and think that you know you need to start a podcast. It can be something as simple as helping a friend. Go through what you went through but certainly if he do you WanNa, start a podcast or do a Ted talk or a speaking gig whatever go for it. You didn't go through all this pain for nothing, so find out where you can use it. The next thing is if you are just worried sick about the outcome of something. If you are fretting about it, it's causing a lot of anxiety. Here's the thing either you can do something about it or you can't. And if you can, you should three thousand percent be out doing whatever you can about it and not sitting there worrying about it, so go and take action and resolve it for yourself right or at least work on taking the steps if you can't change it right now, quit worrying about it and take action where you eventually can. I know that's easy to say right like, but there were so many just laying in bed completely sleepless over stuff that I can't change. I had to wait and see how the outcome goes, and it didn't do anything except make me exhausted in cranky the next morning and the seven mornings after that. So either do something about the things that you can't or try to let go of things. That you can. Also my last tip for when you're feeling like you're not very strong like your broken is to pet a puppy because it's scientifically proven that you cannot be sadder overwhelmed when there's daugas around. A mostly kidding about that last part, but. Is Always helped me, so I just find like a puppy to pet and I feel way better a thousand percent of the dime. This episode is super tough love. It's super near face, but. I want you to get to the top and I know how hard it is to get their carrying bags of s that you've carried around for literally no reason other than you want. Hold onto them. It's safe to hold onto them I. You don't want to give them up just yet. And once you can shed that, and once you can start to do the healing associated with that. It's so much easier to get where you WANNA go. It's so much easier to build a support system that believes in you and it. Just honestly it just makes everything so much easier. You'll feel lighter. You'll feel better. You'll find yourself in. Should he situations less often because you just have this a high standard of what you're willing to accept near life, and there's nothing wrong with that. People will try to make. Make, you feel uncomfortable for doing the healing process, but not everybody who is in your past belongs in near future, so just keep that in mind as you're going through as you're doing work in yourself that not everyone is going to appreciate the journey that you're going on. They're going to see it as threatening towards them because they know that they're toxic behavior won't have a place in your life wanted level. So just bear this in mind. This comes from such a place to live. I've totally been there and if you. Feel like you can relate to this. Or you were in my shoes. Please please please reach out to me. I would absolutely love to chat with you about this. Or just terrier thoughts on the subject so i? Hope you enjoyed today's episode. I hope that you found this helpful and like I said no matter where you are in your healing process. Feel free to reach out to me. And we'll work together. Thanks so much. I look forward to chatting. Thanks for tuning in. Today's episode. If, so don't forget to leave mirror view on high to letting me know what you thought of the smasher. Damn Bulls podcast and the good, the bad and of course favour takeaways. Learn more about my one on one coaching and other programs visit Master Down Goals Dot Com. Wants connect. 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The Ocho: Change is in the air around the NFL

Blogging the Boys

17:01 min | 7 months ago

The Ocho: Change is in the air around the NFL

"What up world it is Thursday July ninth, and you are listening to the Ocho, but you are very obviously not listening to our show as I am not him and he is not me. This is Kelsey Charles your most favorite girls talk. Boyer named Kelsey standing in for the main man, as he is making his big move down to the valley with his lovely wife Pup, and back to be with his family, so super excited for him on all of that lots of change going on in his role right now so fortunately or unfortunately, you are stuck with me for the next couple of days in this daily update. Buckle Up, folks because you are in for a ride, but. Before we jump in I wanNA. Make sure you all had your countdowns going. Because aisher do doc day. We've got six days and counting until July fifteenth when the Bane qb one can or cannot get a deal done with Dallas cowboys for a long-term I for one I'm hoping he gets it done and say he I, mean he and the Jones family. If you will figures crossed obviously the mahomes news this past week I know rj would into that in depth on a previous episode of the Ocho, very interesting, slightly impactful to him, but. Considering the length and just. The monstrosity of that contract I'm not so sure it will have as much impact as maybe we initially thought, but needless to say the countdown is still on, and things are bound to get interesting if I know anything about this Dallas cowboys team. But speaking of change. That's kind of the theme for what I view this show as today there's a lot of it going on in this world, at the moment, and I guess I'll start with just going around the League topics and discussions because as we know. Our world is going through a lot. Our world, our society, and specifically, if you WanNa talk about sports, the National Football League and any Professional League College. Anything that is looking to bring back any semblance of activity event or Sports Team we sell announcement yesterday by the Baltimore Ravens, the out and said Hey, listen! We are actually going to defer. Are Twenty twenty season tickets to the following year twenty twenty one. All seat locations for bands we protected same seats will be offered for renewal in two thousand, twenty one, and if you had a credit for funds that were paid towards his twenty twenty season, it can be applied towards accounts in the future or go ahead and ask for a full refund so. Current single tickets for this upcoming year, also going to be discontinued because their stadium, you guys is seventy, one thousand or so and. Based on CDC guidelines and under state and local government rules regulations. We're probably going to see a massive sense of reduction in terms of attendance games. That's permissible. The governing bodies at hand, if they even allow fans to be in large groups of that nature come August and September at all. So as of right now, the Raven said hey listen. We're going to stop selling tickets this year. If you've already paid, were deferring or refunding you to next year, and if and only if fans are allowed into the stadiums, we will only be having. Fewer than fourteen thousand seats filled per game. So this is interesting to me and I think it's pretty significant because world trying to wrap our minds around A. If a season happens which we think, and we hope it will. What will it look like what will look like for the team? What will look like for participants for players for coaches? But also the fans I don't think anyone has a concrete answer. It's a fluid situation and. What I do, find significant. Is the fact that. We're starting to see people take stances and teams take stances, which obviously the Ravens have done I was listening to a podcast the other day on it's called the daily by The New York Times, and I found interesting, because they discussed the concept of the virus, and how it's mutated, and you know the the ever evolving CDC guidelines because as we as a society are learning more and more about how this virus moves and travels and mutates It is seemingly looking like there are now two strains of the virus one. That was originally. The Wuhan strain which is the most deadly, and then apparently win it moved in migrated over to Italy it mutated, and became easier to contract and disperse, and therefore that one is the Italian strain which inevitably has turned out to be. Very contagious, still and still dangerous of course very dangerous, but not as seemingly lethal as the initial Wuhan strain was so I say that because. When the virus mutates, interns turns into something else. The more deadly one is actually killing people, and therefore not moving on, but the less deadly version is moving on and perpetuating into society. So, that seemingly is the one we're kind of Looking to be addressing when we discuss. Coming back in to. Real life again if you will I in episode, they talked about how the six feet social distancing was important and obviously That's GONNA be key in whatever we do in terms of return to society, but. The person that was interviewed a specialist said Hey. Listen when you're outside your. Your ability to contract the virus goes down significant because. What we believe is that it moves on with the airflow and I dive into this not to go full like. Biology and science in virus. Talk on you, but to me. It's significant because the ravens have an outdoor facilities. They have an outdoor stadium and while they see seventy one thousand. They're saying okay. Fourteen thousand is. The, Max Max Max were come with despite the fact that we are an outdoor facility and what sciences seemingly showing us is that? When you are outdoors, it's. A little less likely you to contract this virus than it is, if you're inside with individuals in the virus could just move around freely and not escape into the outer spaces. At and T. Stadium! As, we all know is not a hundred percent and outdoor facility. Would, it has upwards of eighty thousand people capacity. I don't know if you can count opening the roof as An Open Stadium fully and outdoor stadium. It's an interesting thing to discuss because. If we're seeing one example, that's kind of an extreme case in the opposite direction, and they have the ability to be outdoors, and here's the line. They've drawn in the sand. What does that mean for the decisions that will be made within? The walls of Jerry rolled in Arlington if you will. So While? It's not specifically cowboys news. I think it's worth monitoring worth looking into worth taking note of because I. Think what we are all going to have to start doing and what we all will be doing starting to piece together the puzzle of of the clues that we're seeing along the way and the the guidelines and the guidance and the examples being set by those who are making decisions and. Start to create educated guesses and educated assumption as to. What a season! Could potentially look like moving forward so. Interesting to say the least I think I. Don't know one hundred percent where I stand in the line of. If I think fans will be in the stadiums or not, and what this season will look like, but either way lots of changes going on lots of developments so. I think one of their avenue worth keeping an eye on as well as analysis back tournament. Obviously we see lots of leagues that are returning back or at least. Trying to enter the phases of returning back to some semblance of play MLS is back. Tournament is happening right now in Orlando? It's happening Ritz also not happening we saw earlier this week FC Dallas actually was withdrawn from the tournament as they had ten positive Kobe cases that were confirmed on the team and then also this past evening Nashville, FC and Chicago Fire Game was postponed due to Nashville, FC have five confirmed cases on their team as well so while there was game play last night. We are definitely seen the impacts of how this virus can impact game, play and impact players, despite best efforts to actually be quarantining to be taking cova tests to be really truly. Trying to do things the right way, and despite all of that. We're still seeing. Organizations be impacted and Gameplay be impacted and so again lots of interesting developments things going on around different leagues that I. Think we can all take in then piece together take note of to be able to come together and form some semblance of an idea of what could be happening come. The football season here in August. So, change yes. Let's keep going. Why don't we? It's not news, but around the NFC. East The Washington redskins. Their name has been quite controversial in previous years, but also there's been a resurgence of interest in. An update to the namesake of Washington's football team, due to the fact of its racially inclined nature. Whether, or not you agree with it, the Washington redskins came out this past week and said Hey, listen in light of recent events around our country and feedback from the community. We as a team are announcing thorough review of the team's name. The commissioner came out and said Hey. Listen I support you and. We're seeing not only teams, but sponsors are showing up and. Taking notice, and adding thereby choice of the equation as well Nike and Fedex both took stands. Nike, actually you could Google any other NFC east team on their website and pull up their apparel. But you could not find Washington. Redskins on their site anywhere. Companies like Walmart Target Dick Sporting. Goods have followed suit and have also removed it. All Washington redskins items from their stores while the team evaluates their name. Adam schefter actually came out and said that the team per league source is planning to have no native American imagery in their upcoming brand image moving forward we we don't know exactly what that means, and what their final name, and where they'll land in terms of naming or branding or what they may be, but needless to say, a change is coming some of. Of the names have been interesting that that have been thrown out there as well and it looks like Redskins quarterback Twain. Haskins has a favorite I. was reading article on NBC sports and I'm sure a lot of you have seen this as well but names that have been potentially thrown around in the in the ring have been Washington. Warriors, red tails and red hawks. Haskins seems to prefer the red tails will which is actually a nod to on all black fighter pilot group during World War Two so? Again unclear on exactly where things will land, but change seemingly is coming in Washington either way. Another catalyst conversation also in the NFC east unfortunately. More. Negative news rearing its head to Sean Jackson. We all know the name. Unfortunately made a bit of a stir with a social posted. He posted this past week. I think his intentions Whether they were well-founded or not. were to be in support of a line that he read in what he believed to be a book and posted it on his instagram. And in reality unfortunately. That book. In the texts is very antisemitic and. There was a lot of negative feedback to the least. It was awkward because. Not only was the quote just really. Misinformed and ill-timed, ill placed. Inappropriate all the ills and all the nonsense that you could put out there. But also it was not from a reputable source in it was also wrongly attributed a quote to Adolf Hitler which he's been dead for years so. Uncomfortable situation to say the least and the Philadelphia Eagles. Put out a statement. Saying we talked to Sean they said. This, regardless of your intentions, the message that you shared was offensive, harmful and honestly appalling, and doesn't have a place for our society so. They're working with him on what they're calling. A learning experience if you will so. I, say all of this. because. We are bearing witness to an era. Of Uncertainty. In era of change. and. I think that. We will definitely be talking about two thousand twenty. Years to come as a major chapter in a history book. So. Lots of lots of things serving as a catalyst of change and a catalyst of conversations. But I can tell you that. Your change in scenery on this show. It's not a react folks I. Am back tomorrow. Actually I would say I it's we. Gt Nation taking over the OCHO. MICO hosts my lovely co host one Meghan Murray joining me. We have a fine and lighthearted exercise for you. All I know the world is a bit of a scary sad dark place right now. We want to bring some levity. Give you a little bit to smile about while also acknowledging and honoring and taking everything that is going on in our world very seriously simultaneously for the final exercise that we will put you guys through wanted to play along, so make sure you tune in. To. The ocho tomorrow, and also girls and boys for that, but we also have so much more in the lineup. Don't forget to tune into broadcasting the boys today later on again. I mentioned you've got the Osho and girls talking boys on Friday and then Saturday. You've got the fourth episode of cowboys. Roy Coming out as well as the all Spanish cowboys podcast here on bugging. The boys were so excited about this lineup. We really working hard for you guys to. Produce killer content. We hope you'll love it as much as we do. 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Playbook #1 - How To Raise Funds In The Philippines

Hustleshare

53:40 min | 1 year ago

Playbook #1 - How To Raise Funds In The Philippines

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But before we begin in just like any other episode this podcast contains a lot of not safe for reclaiming. So make sure or no kids when you're listening to this because you're probably wondering what this new sound in what this new podcast format is all about and let me explain because the hustle share playbook was made to further invest on. What we've started in this podcast? This podcast was made to listen to other hosters hustlers so you can improve in your hustle. The normal format still say the same for introducing this brand new concept just called the playbook and it's quite simple what it is. It's a cheat sheet of peace third up. Things are keeping about certain hostels that you can apply into your hustles in our approaches various. PG DOC in tactical in this format of the show and today. We're going to be having someone very familiar. Because we've had him in the very first episode and his name is Magellan petrolina Alina. And today we're going to be discussing step by step process of how to fund raise here in the Philippine so just some background on what we're going to be discussing. We're GONNA talking about the different types of fund raising you can do for your startup in also we will be discussing. What the proper timing and everything in between it you need to know on heath type of fundraising mechanism that you will be encountering Kim this playbook ready to learn how to raise funds in the Philippines? Let's begin this playback right now. Welcome to the very first hustler. Share playbook and we have someone here today. We candidate these Abu this literally almost a year ago. He started doing this right. and Um we're very first episode of Hustler share. We had the same guys you know. And there's there's there's the same if it ain't broke. Don't fuck with it exactly. And no matter going with with our Amigo from from this Spanish conquistadores. which is my man Magellan? Pendolino Working Peron. Hey we got bro. I love you I love this like full set. Yep Yep that's right I mean the last time. We just provide a little bit of context when we started doing We look like idiots because we were using. I borrowed your condenser mic on when you went to to my office this Saturday Saturday blocked everything in in my table. And then that's it right. Ask plugged it up until laptop now we have a whole fucking studio. You ever screen here. This is awesome. This is like a real podcast studio. It is it is and again. Shout out to podcast network Asia providing this which also mind by the way so again and I'm doing my own okay so manse since last time we did catch up just to provide a context for those listeners. Were listening to what the hassle shed playbook run. What is this? So it's very simple. Let me just say the aggressor here a little bit. Hustle share the normal matters. You talk about the journey right. It's meant to inspire you but as the bitch says it on the intro is to show not our the differences but at our hustles are very much alike and with that you need to be able to apply the hustle of other people dear to your startup hustle as well indepth. What the playbook is we're going to be talking about strategic step by step processes exciting correct about the things that that that will improve your hustle in whatever on we this is your fucking cheap to cheat? That's why it's called the playbook okay Max Max. What's our I believe for this one? Okay how about we talk about fundraising shit. I don't know okay. We don't know anybody who's more qualified to talk about fundraising. You probably are the most. You're out there in the Mount Rushmore of how much Greece here in the Philippines again props to you because this is how technically your second or your first startup correct correct so again if if you WanNa do the deep dive of what Magellan Peta Leonidas Goto. Og episode the first very first episode of holiday. You'll see the difference also how different we sound. It was so fucked up good. It's still the best episode wasted. Listen to that. Sometimes when I some of this I just listened to that first podcast awesome. Yeah I get inspired there. You go in your voice. I'm not sure about that but okay let's let's do this so let's talk about fundraising. The format is very different We're going to literally jot down notes now before we start. If you do say jargon if there's something unclear about what you did when you have a website that will be a reference point. It's going to be on Hustler. SHARE DOT com. So if you missed out if you're driving right now don't fucking pullover and start typing shit out. Don't die right good good hustle share dot com. After everything's GonNa be there. They're so mad fundraising. This is a key thing about the startups. And how what how do you properly fund. It was what are the first things that one needs to do. Is there someone you need to approach. Or do you have what's what's your what's your Mo.. Okay so I'll go straight to this taboo you. There's a tablet that if you're that company you go out and immediately raise money for your ideal correct and for quite a while I remember back in two thousand sixteen with you. Start at the head of me yet. but we died but I mean we went through the same experience. Where in you we like came up with a landslide? Pitch deck went around bitching in every event however way competition That we can go to and join in and expect people to just put in money in our idea that's in Silicon Valley. Really no that even just this is the series. That's what happens in this series. That's not in real life especially in the Philippines gladys right. That's right that's true. Joseph so that doesn't work out that way fundraising doesn't work out that way. I remember over. If there's one thing that you have to consider first before you even fundraise it's still identify. Exactly exactly how much you need and knowing exactly where are you going to use that money for okay. Now if you're talking about this because most people also plucked this out out of thin air or you're right. Yeah I seen isn't a final Angela. I'm not throwing shade. I'm saying now. Yeah we have a valuation of two million dollars and I'm asking for three hundred dude. Where the fuck did you get that right I? So what's the proper science. How do you prepare it for proper? BNL because that's what it's GonNa take correct. Yeah I'll do you properly project your your revenues in your valuations to defend your ask there you go so the first question That I mentioned was like knowing no wing or asking yourself. What do you need the money for Obama so to identify that a lot of aw young companies and entrepreneurs today they skip that step of coming up with a proper business planet? It's hard to pitch each something when you don't know your numbers so at least when you have a business plan it becomes like a guide guided now okay. This is when you actually Salihi run numbers in your financial model and a lot of investors. They know they have that understanding that when when you first approach them and you're just starting company. Your projections are dependent on how you execute of course and they also so. That's number one. They know that it's dependent on how good you are at the execution. The number to the numbers show. We know that those are projections and that the are still not back by actual performance. So that's clear to their head Bob so the thing is when they look at those numbers they wanna see. See how you will bring the company right using their money to a point in your projection. That will get you to sustainability so certain milestone a certain Myers loan that milestone could be something something like a big contract right Or let's so let's say a Bhagat client contract or let's say a big partnership or let's say I regulation that needs to happen. And because based on those dependencies it will A. B. Sean in your business plan injured financial model that using the money that they're gonNA give you're going to exert majority of your effort to close those specific milestones. Basically you set. Whatever it is that you're GONNA be measured on Independent on what you're going to be what you show at? Which is technically? You're asking okay from if you give me X.. Amount Meyer runway will be do from point eight point say gee for example and this is what I'm GonNa do exactly right now in reality net rarely ever happens at that point eight point g all the stars align and you hit it. That's why also I guess from from my point in you have to put in a buffer for exactly mistake is true and not not okay so mag so it just track back a little bit to prepare for fundraising here in the Philippines setting especially also so if you can chime in examples of how you did it or the first things that you did so you. Didn't you talked about the taboo. So don't do that because there's not not enough people that can write good dinner checks here also if they do. You're probably going to get out. Start out you're going to get much give up do much equity for too little. So how were you able to do that in your in your end where this you did I route. That is amazing again inch attitude to the guys the boys in whatnot but again F I provides that structure. How did you do it or the first things you did? So there's still a couple of things that programs like Founder Institute they can give you a good framework. I love those guys. I learned a lot from shot at the guys of Foundry Institute but there are also certain things that you will only learn when you're on the ground day once are actually out there dealing with Filipino invest Filipino or philippine-based investors. That's when you actually know what will them. And what really motivates them to put money in your idea so one thing that you should realize is is that Filipinos have their own mentality especially in investing and a vast majority of Filipino. Invest Stories stories are still very risk. Averse yes yeah. That's light they put it in the balance in the banks market and very risky for them. Even win exactly right so right there and then there's already a mismatch when you usually when you're these funds for your startup up that doesn't have like action yet or is still in MVP stage. There's a lot of risk right now in the Philippines. There's a lot of money. There's a lot of liquidity which is actually the problem of bans today. They they just have too much money about right so they didn't but the thing is the risk appetite is not there correct. You're sitting on that fucking the treasure trove of pile of cash so now is small his. That's all this is so much. There's a lot of cash right Let's one fact about the Philippines today so so the first thing that you have to set in your head is that when you start approaching these investors you need to know all those risks that your business again a face and you have to present how H- solutions and how you're going to execute to make sure that those risks are mitigated because good investors they would immediately identify the risks that they are going to go through. Wendy give that money got it. So if you can answer the Filipino investors investors sharply very sharpy On how you're going to meet the gate those risks then they they will be more comfortable to give you money okay. Now there's one thing I'm very curious of diming When do you you properly raise funds? Because there's always this taboo because it's been during the Philippines again again the percent take it from the guy who's raised billions of best source. There's a ton of fucking money in this country so whenever somebody says your there's not enough cash this guy just did it just just. Nobody's compelling enough to provide those guys A reason to shell that check correct now. Let's talk about that timing. When is the first? Where's the best time to properly raise because people always say yeah bootstrap your way Blah Blah Blah? But dude if your start startup you need lifeblood for exponential growth. bootstrapping is not gonNA cut it in startup by default is accompanying that's deemed for exponential growth hockey fucking stick. That is true. So when do you really do that. Do you need to have problem solution. Advantage water. The key metrics that they need at least have on their deck or end their trash injured. Hillary before they start bitching for me. It's marked up products with Yeah so after the MVP greater MVP right. And you've proven that there is a mark Like a costumer base that could that is gonNA use your solution. Why aftermarket products it one thing that you should avoid again as an entrepreneur right is to scale something that's broken when I say broken? You hurt me with that. So they did a dirty foul auto correct correct so sometimes we get overly excited. I'd like their tendencies. Where in we get overly excited? That'd be got that first costumer second costumer three customer and you drink delayed and drink our own kool aid. You like stop your own back. Tell Yourself Great Job Magellan so AH faulk carrying. Of course you're so fucking awesome Magellan. Right let's rock. Let's start raising funds from Biba and make this his fucking shit big but that's usually when things start crumbling down by so when you skill something. That's it's broken that's like It's like building a skyscraper. Ah Butter Foundation is not strong right so the tendency is hunting hanging lung but boom right so the perfect example sample would be. We work those guys because the guys behind we were they a had the charm which I newman has like the charm and in like I getting people to believe in Yuba for Newman had that terminology even though the we we culture exactly the Internet when you're is funds you're not really getting people to put money in your company because they like what you're doing it's you the song under its very founder driven especially in earlier rounds so gags provide context. I got your stretchy there. There's multiple rounds at typical life cycle of funding rounds at happy and in a startup that's deemed for exponential growth. There's an angel round. The friends. Phones is families once. At least get you started to get rolling. The second one is the seed. Mostly this is where the first I institutional check comes in if you're lucky to get one your check size and then there's a bridge. How many bridges? Whatever the fuck you WanNa Call it you Colette? Unbreakable notes happens when things. Don't go as planned runway so actually if you have a solid plan than density is exactly what shame and not doing bridge. There's no yeah just just. Don't run up cash. RUN OUT OF CASH. That's the game if he ever GonNa Plead that fundraising game. Don't dislike monopoly. Remember this don't you. You still still part of the game until you have cash zoll if whether it's GonNa come from a customer or from investors don't fuck that tash up because that's finite and of course there's lastly Abcd do whatever and then an exit. But I don't know how many Sirius' You've done it again. There's no one more qualified to talk about this then on you okay. So timing market for me. I'll tell you why you shouldn't raise money from people outside Let's see your inner circle before market product There's this reputational risk Gerrad. I mean if you're GonNa make a mistake it's better to make a mistake risking your own money your own resources or at least people who who would like not hate you for losing their money like the family ever if you have a good relation with your family more friends if you have a good relationship with your friends you got it That part of the business cycle is the most a skiing layup. Things really live data death literally yet. So given that really high-percentage a failure failure and let's say if you raised money from an angel during that period which is which is going to do you can. There's no shame I've I've done that just etc either. The reason why we're able to make enough strides as well. It's because I was able to finally race again. You said one big caveat there exactly it's reputation mutation reputation. The only reason why able to raise so fast now because I fucked up in my first one as exit and Chat Bot exact kind of already built a really good. MVP of establishing that market exactly then they started asking money. I didn't ask for money like hey I want to podcasts. Exactly Nah exactly. I I agree with you. And there's a difference there on your experience serial entrepreneur. If it's her first time to go through entrepreneurship one thing you should know. Is that when you fail and someone invested in you and obviously that person will lose money honey if you approach that person in the wrong manner like you. Just stop talking to him I. That's that's going to be bad because a lot of these people talk so it goes around. It does around so the way you handle the people who believed in you whether in good times are by times defines defines you as a person in an entrepreneur. And that's also again. We can talk about that in a differently. Book Houthem Bounceback from failure. which expert on fucking fuck this right? But that's right and that's why at least my part actually went back in apologize. I fucking cried my ass out in front of me Nick because she she was my very first investor. Now here's one thing before we take our first break. Only breakfast table forgot. I like taking rex. Here You know you. There are bridges that you don't WanNa burn however there are inevitable ones that unfortunately unfortunately you have to burn so you have to just stick with those and whatnot. Because he's not one of the day you don't Wanna be cool with everybody and then lose your insulin in the process. Amen Okay. Now let's say bigger I make and then we come back. Let's talk about more how to fundraise in the Philippines scenario but a sock about that more after after the break. Hey guys it's a brand new season and I want to share you another brand new lesson that I learned through my ten in years of hustling as a startup founder. 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I am very I guess from Hustle share podcast and now in the playbook to this is so interesting with Mr Magellan Buffet on there you go love it boo pay on wires. Sorry this recording was really late at night again. Thank you very much for over Magellan. Okay so imagine before the break you mentioned that okay. The these are the things that you need to already know Zoe diming and all these things the pitfalls at me that the can you should look for in whatnot. What else should we do? You WanNa talk about structure. What do you mean by structure? While there's many structures who can use menu fundraising. It depends on the current state of Your Business and it depends on We're GONNA use it for. There's two ways to go about in East fee ways that I've used in the past the rule van okay. He's not just throwing out random fucking theories year And I had experienced raising money through equity okay so when you say equity what do you mean when you say equity. That's when you give shares in your company into interested investors Who essentially become shareholders senior company? Now if they're a shareholder in just a little caveat yep you're giving them a piece of your company so they own it and they are now I will have a voice and no matter what it is I have to say among long all the ways to fundraise this is the most expensive. Yes because you're selling a piece of your company right equities the most and this is the American oil. That's right locking marriage. Show when I say marriage you'll you can in a normal setting aside the Philippines means. Obviously you can divorce alive or has-been in Equity Shit unless you have people who fucking buy it out at a very ice. I was about to say unless you have unless you have money to buy them out. Which nine times at attended a startup founders? Don't you're pretty much fought now if you chose the wrong Investor for equity very very fucked up board regardless if they're minority or what that is okay so that's an let's is an economic next one that long. What time what time nearby so you can you can borrow money instead of giving equity the two also for your fundraise again? It depends on where you're gonNA use it for. We're going to delve into that and the last one. Is this. Call it mezzanine. This is when you mix let's say equity and Alone note there there you go. You may have read off. A convertible note. Convertible note is essentially a liability. It's alone by financing. Where where in if you're not able to pay back that loan the lender gets shares from your company? It's like it's almost like using your shares in your business us. Turn double edged sword. I in a perfect world. Technically you're supposed also not default and paid that Samson back to the whole equity. That's right you're not the time. People just dangled that and they get diluted with a certain hurt then valuation cap the values your valuation Cap. Technically is that with a discount. There's always a discount. There's always this calm right. And usually twenty percent they they convert at a lower valuation. That you're in. That means you give more down the road and if you have too many notes you're gonNA get fucked in be looted now. We'll also talk about that in terms of why equity so important and what power it gives you. But let's actually do that now so to the soccer differs when equity so so when you do an equity round which is the most common one at least in startups. What do you do and and how do you approach this when when you do fundraising through equity again? You're giving shares to people in the beginning. Not One problem. I saw in the Philippines among start. UPS is that the first person who gives money You just take it. Imam But again you mentioned about marriage if there's one thing I've learned over the years when you give out equity try to choose those investors very very wisely like you have to really map out their strategic value in like. Let's if you're bringing this this person or this lake water does like Vac Uh those values that they can bring into the table cash aside from Gush like gender bring you commercial partnerships and they give you access to a marquette that you WanNa tap candy give you. Let's say you need additional capital called. Can they actually do absorb up. Cyber it said I've seen a lot of star startups wherein. They took the money the first person who was willing to give to write them a check and when things don't didn't go S- plan And obviously they stopped without shareholder if that shareholders under this not at the capacity to Give the founders. What they need like commercial or is money? Okay then well you'll just both these stock so always be mindful. I think that's the right there. Mindfulness S. guy on the strategic value that they invest story you're bringing in Gives you okay and gives the humming really talk about against structure prior to delve Ian. I WANNA talk about a couple more things. Okay that's basically need to be into your back bucket. I one they're still things you need. actually like in your in your backpack. You have to have this number one. You have to have a border so when you have a cap table technically it's your percentage. Think about why that's right. How much are you willing to give it a certain stage exactly? Because that's what future investors I would ask for Wis who is holding equity in your thing now if you gave away too much too early it's going to be hard for today's an extra on because there's not enough space for them to come Amino ready unless that person has statistic goes back is less correct correct like for example if early on Let's say let's just say we're partners sixty years sixty. I'm not we're we both bring volume under the organization. That's fine the K.. Or let's say let's say say early on. It's the two of us. Ron Me Magellan and then a bank and let's see we're doing a Fintech even if that bank takes a significant like what like how let's say twenty percent thirty percent that's all right. That's all right when investors start looking at okay. They gave twenty percent of this bank. I e the IT depends on what makes a lot of sense know-how here's one thing dice. There's a magic number of how much you shouldn't give out at an early stage in thick now again. Going to be in your in the show notes. It's sixty seven percent. Why sixty seven percent because in any startup? You need to have supermajority much. Sorry the to make whatever fucking decision you want exactly if you give not superman super majority. What happens Majella? While you're essentially giving direction to that super majority shareholder anything you WANNA do Becomes like you become a minor voice in your company in Grad so or do you need an additional seat that which again if becomes a game of politics and you don't want politics early on in your instance pop. No I'm Pinochle meet Upjohn if you give supermajority to a share an investor who doesn't under understand on your values your word for them and you who doesn't understand your mission and vision but I can. Yeah you'RE GONNA BE YOU'RE GONNA A. B.. Like more of an employee to that are in better terms. I was avoiding that. We can really here though. So that's what it is. That's I don't give out anything more than that especially in the early stage fossil if you can keep up to series A. and you haven't given away away sixty-seven or third the Barber Samp of your company at you're still Loki. That's right right because at the end of the day. You know you have to plan that out in that supermajority so-so important when you make the need a big decisions. Now there's one thing do Max. Yeah and then. Hey this is the deadly shipped writing. I we talk about or handshake. Trust you early in your money. You know any paperwork that's right What is a term sheet and the next generation subscription agreement? Letter does things while obviously Ah when you copied a deal there should be an offer and early in the term sheet. That's where the I've seen. Cases where in its invest or give who gives a three sheet. But for MIA for me. I think If you're gonNA offer something you should and if you want leverage over on the negotiation table Ecorse you dictate dictated Out The by the bench. It's your startup. Exactly benchmark. Ready sets the wrong precedent. If you're coming in in your let them get you out. Exactly right I mean no disrespect at some good. You need to do your homework. Exact right and again another thing I learned this from Manhattan over at the even. Here's one thing is term sheets are non-binding they can sign that but they can still back out the deal. Only really close is when you number one get the check number two is if you have a subscription agreement so lawyer it outtakes make sure that this is properly executed because this is where it will all lines down to especially. There's this one part which again we'll do another play on this inbetween signing term sheet and writing the check. There's this sparking purgatory fucking time. Just most nerve wracking thing due-diligence double d right Tuxedos that double d. You know. It's yeah what what you iron out. In the term. She is the commercials. How many percent percent the bills that you buy? That's it but investors will not give you money until after they verified. Uh Find everything that you've presented them and that happens. Judy Judy Diligence again. We'll do that. How out to maneuver or how to properly yet out alive because if you said don't much bullshit by the way and then they would be okay God and some good investors can sniff that a mile away Yeah Sheba you can only do so much with BS. End of the day economic. I don't lie numbers to walk the walk. Talk the talk exactly okay. So after all of this old equity. That's good that's what it is The next one honest debt. There's a negative stigma on debt in any of you know the collateral behind Lupu. How do you properly race a debt and Wendy properly this and and there's a risk appetite this too in the normal way non startups? The ups do do this is either you go to a back. But if you don't qualify that's all you got to academia because you know it's hard to get approved by banks but how how do you properly do debt. Okay so when you do that. The problem With a lot of businesses. That recent for the negative stigma is we have for some reason in in the Philippines. And I'm saying this because from experience I've seen how people by reminding and other markets like men are we have a joint venture in Myanmar it for some reason in the Philippines. I think the negative stigma comes from the fact that we don't really have a good paying Rose fucking people default all. I'm not like the LANCASTERS. Yes don't Act Pinos. I don't pay their debts and they make it so hard debt fucking to the people that bartender even men or by default. That's why the five six is are also also predatory by default. I can't blame them because they get fucked all that I am reminded integrity. Why why do you have so many quote quote unquote creative collection practice in the Philippines? Because it's just so fucking hard true And I think this is something that starts early on even when you're young Culture Bannon I remember when I was in highschool battle. We are bringing it on I happened. Ah bleep Latam no one point two billion Wenham with as thank you produce Abbas after awhile highly Meudon went deep. Peissel's yeah so anyway. I think that's the reason for the negative stigma right behind loans because when you don't pay obviously people will chase correct. So that's why people people are afraid to borrow my mom correct. Now let's get back to a business setting in front of you yeah Let's go back to the business thing and the benefits benefits of actually using debt. Okay you normally. When you borrow that you have sorry when you borrow money get you have to think you'll only borrow money When you borrow money it's like you're thinking future earning and liquidating today so you can order the use it for? Let's say a project or something so you never borrow remind you when you know you don't have the capacity to be after a few months direct so always borrow money within your means means now where does borrowing money is very useful especially on a business setting right for example simple. Let's say I have A. Let's say I'm expecting a EH receive a bus. Yeah fifty million dollars project in. Let's say three months which again in a perfect background. I hope these companies on them exactly but in reality the fucking don't usually they don't yeah Philippines only eight percent of business bureau again. That's sway Bart Bay ship. Excuse me what happened Goddamn one. That's true ran Iran regardless of being re regardless of again and we talked about this in your episode interest one regardless of what level the bigger. It is the worst it is actually. That's true that's true walking fucked up. It's a bit doggy. Dog thing except Emmys are even better ones that me Vr. I looked up so Always think it's just like your by borrowing money from yourself from your future south flicker by Les Debe de by. I'M GONNA make fifty million in three months but there's an opportunity now for me to use that money to to expand here. Maybe I'll just take part of that future money and use it now. Okay so you need to have that mindset when you borrow money so imagine if let's say you use that instead of raising money via equity of your average let's say in a business if you're an SME fifteen percent annualized that's already cheap. You Buy so imagine and in that scenario you have our fifty million income in time and you need. Let's say Seiyu's that money now for a project that you don't WanNa miss an opportunity it would be cheaper for you the an advance on that future income by borrowing money from a backer from someone as and instead of racing equity again you get full control over over how you WANNA use exactly that that thing but Max this. I'm curious because I haven't actually done this. Ever do debts. Or if there is a deportation the rich in snow. Nothing small small checks. What do you need to justify those big checks because again these are more institutional investors sisters that cut these types of checks? How do you justify and yet those checks written for you it goes back to risk management Again then there's a lot of money and you want to land bat money. You just need to show a how you mitigate risks so for example apple the simplest way to do it is to offer collateral and the institutions and firms that. Uh Let's say if you don't have a property can you serve receivables or can you sir inventory essential Amelia insurance. Those sounds familiar. Academia is. That's what it is. So there's there's multiple options for companies to actually. There's so many options they can choose from depending on the kind of assets or equity. You have so so if you so again it goes back to risk mitigation on if he can mitigate that with something that if you own a property or a ball than these institutions. Become more comfortable to give you money. What's the back end to do you? Nita firm she does. Well what what what do you need to prepare in terms of paper whereas this really the proof that hey this is my receivables and whatnot and this is my my my my assets and whatnot. It's usually show your business plan you show if you're gonNA use the receivable you show them that receivable the receivable documents support that and the loan agreement which is technically like term sheet Percy. Exactly let's talk about measure nine or mezzanine sting resin again convertible notes and whatnot. How how do you properly execute this in one of the things? We need to prepare so usually use a mezzanine amazing amazing structure wearing mixed things up. Let's say a convertible breakable non convertible not as an example when you responded via equity trying to get the strategic bike Some mean Seneca valuation. Of course. There's always the deal breaker majority exactly like for example. If you're a founder obviously you want a bigger evaluation but investors. Don't see it that way so if you want to bypass that valuation issue at the You can go through like a convertible Bono's structure wherein I it's like this I like oh Mr Investor Okay we we both believe in the Business Day you know I can and execute. Why don't we want if we don't talk about valuation today widely just give me financing financing that's financing structure right? I'll borrow money from you. Eight percent per annum again. And if I failed to pay you back get X. amount you get this amount amount of shares And then at a lower valuation at discount that valuation by the time I raise my next big gone which is called evaluation. That's right now it's either evaluation cap ordered this or this or both okay. It's a double edged sword. It can work for for Europe not to work for you in the end because if the best case hopefully erase enough race enough also to pay that. But here's the thing is one one thing. Don't me a fucking weasel in race equity to pay my other debt. No no logical investor will give you money eight to pay another or you're dead. That's stupid you need the only way you can pay. That is still revenue because investors when responding from them they expect thank you use their money to grow your business have to like batch another. We'll see we'll town brexit sucked up and Another good way confusing. A convertible is for example. Let's say you just need the money. Usually this is the case. I just need the money immediately. And you don't really have the time to be choosy with your investment. So let's say someone is already offering you money here money. Yeah A while ago I mentioned mentioned about choosing strategic investors. When you give equity right so here this is an if you just need the money and do collect solve Venetia or just get things going right? You can offer a convertible note because the money that they give you doesn't automatically convert to share. Sorry you buy you can buy essentially by time. Let's say you're about to close a big strategic investor you need Weinstein so at least If it happened in great you. Can you have the opportunity to take out this convertible note. It's still alone during that period but but let's say you were not able to the money it's also okay because If you're not able to back that convertible note it just converts to shares great so it it works you know if In situations where you really need the money absolutely okay unfortunately dive anymore. No I'm this book will be back for another playbook and we'll talk about another topic. Okay for this playbook. 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Why Nothing Is More Viral Than a Store of Value - Ep.168

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Why Nothing Is More Viral Than a Store of Value - Ep.168

"Hi everyone welcome to unchained. You're no hype. Resource for all things CRYPTO. I'm your host Laura. And if you enjoy unchain unconfirmed my other podcasts which also features weekly news recap after every interview. Please give us a top reading a review in Apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to the show. Kraken is the best exchange in the world for buying and selling digital assets it has the tightest security deep liquidity and a great fee structure with no minimum or hidden fees. Whether you're looking I simple. Fiat on ramp or Futures Trading. Cracking is the place for you in response to the Challenging Times crypto dot. Com is waving the three point five percent credit card fee for all crypto purchases for the next three months. Download the CRYPTO DOT com today. Today's guests Kathy would CEO CIO OF ARC invest and you're seeing L. Mantra. Argh Invest Block chain crypto analyst. Welcome Cathy and you've seen very happy to be here. Laura great to speak with you great to be here Laura. Thank you for having US Kathy. Let's start with you. Arc Invest focuses solely on disruptive innovation. How do you define that? And why do you believe that? Blockchain technology is one of those disruptive. Technologies Well we define innovation platforms with three characteristics of the first one is that they follow a declining cost curve at their technologically enabled. They have learning curves and they follow a decline in cost curve. Think a think Moore's law except we have adapted a different lights a relative of Moore's law called rights law and I can get into that if you'd like Okay rights law effectively developed by Mr Right in the early days of airplane manufacturing says for every cumulative doubling in the number of units produced costs decline at a consistent rate for any new technology. And so you can see how it's a relative of Moore's law Moore's law is a function of time and rights law is a function of unit or production and so it's much more reliable and can be applied to any technology. It's even more reliable for the semiconductor industry again because it's a function of units as as opposed to time and there's been a slowdown recently in semiconductors. So that's the first a learning curve or declining cost curve and and from that we are able to learn when a new technology is ready for prime time and the way we find out is we say okay for every a percentage decline in costs or price. How much does demand increase and what you found in the early days of the internet or in the Internet bubble? You found that we weren't ready for prime time for a lot of a lot of things in the most provocative example there. Is You know we thought we were going to sequence every person's genome with DNA sequencing technology because we had just sequenced the first human genome. And we'RE GONNA have precision medicine ideal for each person. And of course the first whole human genome took two point seven billion dollars to to map and it took thirteen years of computing power. We were not ready for prime time. Not Ready for crying tanks. We're just getting ready for primetime now. Below one thousand two hundred dollars and healthcare world is going to transform completely. So that's the first cost declines rights law the second is that these platforms cut across economic sectors. And the reason that's important is because every time costco down you really would like to unleash more and more demand. So the more sectors that an innovation platform touches the bigger the opportunity to transform the world and the third even in we'll continue with DNA sequencing. Then many people think that is just for healthcare it is not it is also for agriculture. Very importantly for agriculture and a any living organism. You know whether it's animals or plants fish or or what have you so is going to touch a lot more than human healthcare and healthcare here in this country is twenty percent of GDP so that already is a big a big perspective market Tam total available market. But then you must think beyond that to any anything that's a living organism and can be sequenced and then the third characteristic So rights law. Cutting across sectors and the third characteristic is it becomes a launching pad for For more technology new new technologies so just to follow with the the healthcare the sequencing learn. Dna sequencing has been the launching pad for Crisper gene editing. So gene editing or a Chris. Dna sequencing can read the genome and We are able to identify mutations that evolve in our genomes from year to year and crisper gene editing ultimately will be able to correct those programming errors and cure disease an hour in the early stages of that now. But we think it's extremely promising could not have happened without without DNA sequencing and DNA sequencing couldn't have happened without the computing age. So these technologies are building one on top of the other. If this is so fascinating because like as you're talking I can already kind of map. How those three criteria you know leads you to Bitcoin and I know that in September two thousand fifteen arc became the first public fund manager to invest in Bitcoin. So can you walk us through? How how that happened. Yes okay so absolutely when we started the firm in two thousand fourteen We we had a broken the platforms out By DNA sequence saying robotics energy storage and next generation Internet and as we were evolving the research associated with each of those platforms. We were doing more and more research on blockchain technology and BITCOIN. And as you as you know crisper Nikki was our first. Our First Chris crypto analyst. Yes seen L. Madre hand picked by Chris Our second and and so we said as we were exploring and understanding it more and more and really understanding bitcoin too. You know that. This wasn't just just next generation Internet technology that this was you know potentially the first digital currency and the first global means of whether it means of exchange store evalu- unit of account. We said we have got to break this out and separated from the next generation Internet because it it could influence every sector as we began to understand what this really was and it is going to be the launching pad for much more innovation going forward so it started as next generation Internet. Hey this is interesting The Internet was never conceived with commerce in mind in fact until Nineteen ninety-one people. Forget this even. I forgot it until I heard Steve case a given presentation before I gave one and Hugh said that it was illegal before nineteen ninety one and I believe it was called the Communications Act of nineteen ninety. One there was some Some Act it was illegal for consumers to to transact over the internet to do anything over. The Internet consumers really weren't supposed to be using the Internet. This was fre academia. It was for research it was for government it was for Darpa and then locked it in early ninety one so back then. The Internet was never conceived with commerce in mind and so it never. It never included a payments platform as part of the infrastructure. This then looking as learn more and more about bitcoin and blockchain technology said okay. This is the missing link. You know what we've been doing over the Internet paying things with credit cards and that's clergy and there are all kinds of security risks. And what were we thinking? Well we were thinking about it appropriately in the early days because the knock on the Internet and on Amazon is. Nobody was going to transact over the internet. It's totally insecure rid. Of course that of course convenient trumped security and and each of these companies who developed on on top of the Internet understood that security was mission critical for them so they each had to develop their own form of security. Right are make sure. To harness all the security software out there and then encrypted or make it their own in some way shape or form. Well this is this. This was what blocked or this is what should have happened in the very early days of the Internet now with a Bitcoin and digital currencies generally and blockchain technology. I believe where we're going to reorient how we do things even around the Internet going forward. Yeah yeah and it's already happening before I forget to kind of Echo Kathy's point there. I think what we're starting to realize. Now is that really. The frontier of economic activity is increasingly pushed into this digital world. And so now. Kind of the need for these new novel. Institutions to reliably enforce provide. A what we'd like to define assurances to wealth become increasingly important until I think beyond just this idea of native money. Understanding that crypto networks in particular. Bitcoin are these novel social and economic institutions that unlocked these new modes of of human organization becomes all the more relevant in the context of kind of Kathy's dissemination of the history of. What got us here to begin with? Yeah so you're seeing it. Why don't you give us the background on how you came to work at Arc and what it is that you do? They're sure so. I cover crypto assets in blockade at our I in July of twenty eighteen so shortly after Kris Arc's former crypto analysts left to start placeholder until really Handed me the baton And I've been very fortunate since to have a chance to fall into the crypto rabbit hole as a as a fulltime job Prior to that I I was in school so I went to University of Pennsylvania and double majored in assist Nearing in financed and during my time in College. I was very fortunate. to You know Internet a venture capital fund in the valley in which they kind of gave me the opportunity to look into crypto from both in investment in tech perspectives. And I found that what I was studying. Really this marriage between management and technology between economics and technology Seemed extremely symbiotic with the crypto space. More broadly and so there I was like I. I definitely just WanNa do this fulltime and believe it or not. I found arc through twitter. I had seen Chris at one of his book signings. He had posted a tweet that they're going to have a book signing in New York And so the next day booked a ticket five. Am to go up to New York there. I met Chris and I had met Cathy for the first time. As well and I'd say the rest is history and I have heard you talk about how you initially got into. Bitcoin then discovered a theory him but then came back to bitcoin. So what do you mean by that? And why did you come back to Bitcoin? Sure so I think a few things I I would say that. They're I initially kind of got in actually just as a my my father had come to me. Randomly and said are there any interesting investment opportunities that? I'm not that I am currently not aware of and you know. Bitcoin was always in the back of my mind. I had never really kind of fallen deep into the rabbit hole and was given the kind of that opportunity to do so. And so when I look when when you look at it from kind of investment perspective I was very fascinated by what many considered to be this new asset class And looking at kind of Bitcoin as really that starting point but not really The most interesting thing out there. Enter a theory where you know. Bitcoin has extremely Is Limited in its capabilities and its performance and provide specific guarantees. But that obviously comes at the cost of being quote unquote scalable And so when you think about new forms of these decentralised information networks like a theory. They provide kind of massive amounts of feature sets that something like bitcoin. CanNot provide so intuitively. It seemed like you know. Bitcoin would be something kind of far less interesting than the thousand. Other CRYPTO ASSETS. That were out there and really. Bitcoin was the my space to facebook as I started to kind of realize from an investment standpoint where I think most values going to crew in kind of what made bitcoin so unique and it was a specific value. Propositions that quite frankly I think are very difficult to replicate. It goes back to really what what these represent and and so in in this idea of providing kind of assurances to wealth where the transition to a digitally dominant economy has brought rise to these institutional technologies that are supposed to provide you know specific assurances that compete with financial institutions that compete with governments that compete with markets that compete with firms. And so this idea of kind of having an accessible digital foundation that offers strongest differences in consistently enforces these assurances It was something that became much much more compelling than kind of the thesis that we tend to see in things beyond bitcoin so as we transition into this digitally dominant world think having these assurances to wealth everything from kind of reducing the risk of expropriation seizure to reducing the risk of arbitrary rules to monetary policy everything from kind of lowering barriers to freely transmit and store value. And doing all this in a really auditable and in native way to me felt much more compelling then kind of trying to reverse or flip the internet stack and so that's ultimately why. I came back to Bitcoin and and and find that to at least for me. Be The most interesting thing in this space that that is very interesting holistically. So yeah and this so this space is like wild on its own then obviously now for the last month or few months we've had another wildcard thrown into the mix which is the corona virus. And I when I was doing the research even like very recent articles. Just you know what I was reading them. I was wondering I wonder if you know Kathy to answer or or using or you know if either of you would answer the questions the same way and so Kathy actually. I saw that there was this Bloomberg article about arc from February and praised your arc innovation. Etf as quote the best performer among five hundred eighty four funds with at least one billion dollars of assets in the Global Equity Market crushing. The likes of blackrock with a return of one hundred and sixty five percent over the past three years. And then it's you be ninety. Nine percent of of the others in your category since ARC became a registered investment advisor in two thousand fourteen. And you know just looking at it. I was like okay. Phiri's such a different time from now and in with such an. Etf where you know. You're placing bets on newer technology. Which by definition are riskier. How does something like that perform at a time? Like this and I don't know what you would call this time like. Would you say we're an economic crisis like I'm kind of curious how you would characterize what's happening? Okay so I will separate this a two parts and talk about what we think is going on. And then how we've performed okay. Yeah Okay so. My background is economics. And that's why it was so easy for me to be taken by Bitcoin By the way I think it's a real. It's a really good background to have in order to understand what's going on on Bitcoin Front. But so I and my mentor is art laffer. If that name rings a bell he's in the economic told he's famous or something called the laffer curve and supply-side economics and he actually is advising President Trump. Pretty regularly now. So because I've been in the business for so long I started in college in the late Seventies. I've seen ten crises in that includes recessions and they vary some recessions and others are shocks. I would categorize what we've just been through as a shock. It's an exogenous shock a healthcare crisis. This did not start with the economy. It started with The Corona Virus So a shock there have been two other shocks at in my experience as an investor. The I was in October of nineteen eighty seven and there was something called a day called black Monday during black Monday. The stock market dropped almost twenty five percent in one day which is worse than what has happened. This go around in in any one day. And the reason was there was something called portfolio insurance that had been developed at the time and it had become so popular that when everybody started you know basically relying on the insurance and try to get out the door at the same time it failed and And that's what took the market down. There was a panic and I at the second shock was nine eleven. Nine eleven was a terrorist attack. A terrible thing but again exogenous so both of these were exogenous. One was a portfolio insurance. Blonde wrong it was not well designed to and and maybe not even honestly designed. I don't know Ended the second was a terrorist attack. Neither of those were started because of failures in monetary or fiscal policy. They were outside from outside the Economic System. And what happened? During those periods was the trends that were in motion before those shocks took place. basically remained in motion. You went through. Maybe a two three four month period. Where the shock had people on edge and activity was subdued but we got through that and in the eighties continued along the bull market and very strong economic growth in the early. Two thousand. Two thousand one we were in the middle of the tech and telecom bust. We continued along that line for another eighteen months and this time around we had entered with the economy in an extremely strong position and it was from a couple of angles. The consume consumer spending was very strong and the consumer saving rate was eight percent. Roughly eight percent very high by historical standards. It had doubled in the last five to eight years and so the consumer had a nice not all consumers. Of course this is. A devastating was happening now for certain consumers on average the consumer head a good level of savings relative to historical standards. You can go into the early parts are the later parts. I think of ninety and early parts of two two thousand saving rate of one or two percent so much higher than traditionally has been the case at the same time you had had businesses. Who were they were? Fearful of a few things and had been actually pulling back on inventories and capital spending for almost eighteen months and It wasn't a straight pullback. In that inventories went down. There just weren't keeping up with demand and the reason for businesses were so concerned is we were in the middle of the China. Us conflict trade conflict and that yield curves had inverted. And you'll curves. Historically within twelve to eighteen months of inversion yield curve and inverted yield curve was a harbinger of recession. Well the recession wasn't happening wasn't going to happen But you had businesses very conservatively posture. You had consumers in a very good mood record. Confidence very high saving rate felt good Felt secure and suddenly the shock if we're right and if the the the both of Fed and the administration have done the right things and they're not all the right things they're throwing too much this but we think in terms of Fiscal Policy. The loans are a good idea to keep businesses a intact so that there's an infrastructure for employees to go back to So we think that they're doing enough of the right things and and will continue to do enough of the right things including perhaps a payroll tax holiday for the rest of this year to encourage much more activity to come back this year So we think we think that Both of them have and I think this is the reason. The stock market has been doing so well at correct. Correct any time because we've moved up so quickly here. I do think the trend that was emotion beforehand will continue after we get through. These three to four months will end up in a v-shaped recovery very strong and businesses will have to raise up Race to catch up to consumer demand so I actually when one question. I wanted to ask about that because you know in various comments I saw of yours online. Some of them were from kind of earlier before the unemployment figures that we have now which at the time of this recording are about seventeen million suit. Has that changed your view at all about that. V-shaped recovery well. What would I will say. No actually the v-shape. War is because of this. You know so just to explain that a little bit and in the context of the prior to shocks this shock is like the prior to combined. And then you add some to it So it is the biggest of the three shocks and I think that I was concerned in the beginning. When I saw the government they were there was a little bit of chaos there and I thought that That that that would cause you know a lot of bottlenecks in terms of getting checks out there getting loans out there but they seem to be working through those and so I just heard recently that If you look at multi dwelling residences ninety percent are paying their rent which is much better given the number. You know the just seventeen million that are that have filed for unemployment insurance claims. These people are expecting to keep their jobs and want to continue to live in the same place and commercial tenants at least for this one organization which is very broad-based are paying up one hundred percent and this is as yesterday Well early April. I will say they are one hundred percent paying their rent The biggest problem is in the retail and restaurant. Area were only thirty percent are paying so those. That's where the that's where the help is targeted a as well a lot of the help so I think if we just hold these businesses intact which is what this administration is trying to do and now that the Fed is actually buying commercial paper and taking a lot more of the short term funding wrist out of the market again. All of this is trying to tide us over for the next three to four months. So that these these companies are still intact They may not be operating at a very high capacity but they're intact and there is a place for these employees to go back and we can start up again. I think and especially the way. The Task Force has been has been educating people about about what's going on they're saying look we're gonNA come back really strongly now. President trump is saying you v-shape or coming back stronger than ever before Mike Pence will temper that a bit. And say yeah. We're GONNA do this safely and and so forth so you have that a little bit of that going on but I do think by the end of this year. We're going to be surprised at how strong economy okay. Well let's see we're GONNA dive a little bit more into how the crow via was a corona virus will impact also the crypto markets. But first a quick word from the sponsors he made this show possible in response to the Challenging Times CRYPTO DOT COM is introducing three measures to help the community. I the three point. Five percent credit card fee for all crypto purchases will be waived for the next three months. Second you could get up to ten percent back by using the MTO Visa Card on food delivery and grocery shopping. Merchants like Uber Eats McDonald's Domino's Pizza Walmart and more don't have a card yet by gift. Cards on the CRYPTO DOT COM APP from merchants like whole foods. 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How do you think you know obviously like for years now and I think crisper Nikki actually was one of the People? Are He and Adam White Road of paper that call this out all the way back in with twenty sixteen talked about how yeah the? The crypto market or really is mainly bitcoin back then were uncollated to traditional markets and I was wondering if that's still held here in the time of the Corona Virus. Or you know how you think this virus will impact the crypto market. Sure so I'll start and then hand off to your seem because he's been updating that study as a matter of fact and we're going to put it out Yup fairly shortly but just to start out. I was obviously. We all were watching. What happened to to bitcoin going down? More than fifty percent to the three thousand when everybody assumed that the two hundred week moving average which everyone had been trained on and we had started out that way actually at pointing out that hey it held even the riskiest of times. It didn't hold. It broke through that in in March. And you know there was so much going on with with the rest of our world in equities that you know I was just looking at the corner. I said wait a minute yes. Gold keeps going up and Bitcoin has just crashed here. What the heck is going on so certainly was correlated to was inversely correlated which was also a big surprise. And you know you usually get these breakdowns. When everybody assumes they they've nailed it like that two hundred week moving average when you've got so many people's a little bit like portfolio insurance that I described in in nineteen eighty seven and you can even say the same in the equity market. There were a lot of low volatility strategies and risk parodies strategies that fell apart in this period. They weren't supposed to. Why did this happen? It's because there was too much chasing that objective and there was too much comfort that they had nailed it. In other words they thought the risk was out of the system out of their portfolios. In some instances some great way when it came to Bitcoin I noticed at and We talked a lot yes unit. I talked a lot about it. I noticed that okay. We got to the two hundred week. Moving average around in it was in the high. Five thousand six thousand and it kind of just stabilize there and everybody was getting used to the idea that Yup. That's it has held if you go back to two thousand fifteen. When we initiated our position we initiated it when it hits the two hundred week moving average and then continued to hug it. There is so much more capital now. Involved in this space and it's Hedge Fund speculative capital the leverage that You know the there were apparently and I didn't even know about these people. Yes of course did but apparently there were. I will call them. Traders or speculators who were using hundred times leverage and at and have been. Max Max was one of the places. This was happening hundred times leverage and they were considered. Apparently you know as though they could do wrong. You know in in in our business in our business. I know if I ever feel like I. This is so easy. This is getting so we are onto something big here. I that that makes me cringe. It makes me shudder. I start looking for all of the risks and I actually started taking risk off when I start feeling that feeling that way. I think the people who were involved in actually got to a hundred times leverage were so inexperienced and terms of what leverage can do. They had no idea that it was going to shut down their firms. They had no clue. I guarantee you. They had no clue if I had known that there was that kind of leverage out there yes seemed but again. He was in that circle. It wasn't something we talked about. In terms of leverage and in that circle people have become very popular very famous. But if someone had told me look there's something out there you know at a at a fairly nascent asset that is being leveraged a hundred times I would have said okay kept me you know let that let me let me just tell you where the weak link in the system is at those guys won't go down and they did so. I know you're seeing knows a lot more about this than I do. And also knows a lot more about the correlations but the only last thing I'll add is that it makes sense. You've got so many more hedge funds involved who are not only involved in the crypto assets but also equities and bonds their multi asset managers. That when you get this amount of capital moving in it is logical. When there's a crisis in one market and there are margin calls and there are margin calls all over the place in all kinds of assets that they're all going to go the correlations going to go to one it that moment in time but I think yes seen has surfaced some more interesting insights about The correlations in and around this period that I think will explain that we're still. We're still very early. Stage in terms of this asset class and the correlations are still fairly low. So yes sure I think Quite nicely it really hasn't been interesting to see the evolution of narratives around kind of the crypt of space more broadly during corona buyers. I'd say for Bitcoin specifically large ear point they've been really two competing narratives that have been questioned during this first. Quarter of twenty twenty. The first is obviously kind of. Bitcoin IS CORRELATED FINANCIAL ASSET. And then the second is bitcoin as safe haven asset. I think that you know it was a shock to many of us to see bitcoin. During this time suffer its second largest daily. Draw down in history in. I think it was fewer than fifteen minutes. We saw bitcoin dropped from seventy two hundred less than fifty. Four hundred it broke. It's two hundred week moving average and that was that that that hadn't happened in seven years and then it continued to sink touching. I think thirty eight hundred a dollars. And then too Kathy's point largest contributor to the sell off Appeared to be these big questions to satisfy. Martin calls on the bit mix of the world. Bit Mex- during that time saw almost a billion dollars in liquidations of its perpetual swap and the most Over twenty four hour period in almost two years and so the sell off was definitely severe and it was intended with an equity market selloff in so questions have definitely been raised around. Dickens genesee as it asset where the allocation If especially if it's claim to fame narrative has been I it's it's non correlation in the state hated aspect if we dig into the numbers actually coined metrics Crypt data provider in. Cathy was talking about. We're updating were collaborating on white white paper with them and they actually recently released a report Showing the historical correlations and updating that into into the into the corona buyers and so if we look at like. Kinda history of Bitcoin With let's say the S&P five hundred we we see that it has been relatively uncoordinated since two thousand twelve. The correlation has stayed between point. Fifteen negative point fifteen which signals kind of little to no relation And and but but over this last month we saw kind of this correlation reaching new all-time highs and so is it fair to ask than does this. Recent correlation suggests that Bitcoin and the S. and P. Five hundred now suddenly correlated. I would say no because Although the short-term correlation did shoot up. I think it was still under a very unique market circumstances. You had kind of a lot of news about the spreading of Corona virus in which investors across every asset class rushed into cash. And so really. What when you look at his correlation shot up between most assets in March and in fact to too Kathy's point about gold even the correlation between the S. and P. Five hundred and gold was was also its highest since twenty thirteen. And so I would say over the long term. I expect the correlation between let's say Bitcoin P To to see some sort of reversion to the mean and then return to that range that we've seen since twenty twelve but at the same time over the short term I think that you know we very well may continue to see kind of relatively high correlation between the two especially since Especially since we've seen strong correlation across all asset classes. Yeah I was just going to add one more thing. I I think that this was a really good lesson. I think it will add to the maturity of the ecosystem because it's so clear that the Willy Nilly leverage is not to be trusted. And so you'll have more scrutiny of leverage in the ego it all in many of the crypto acid ecosystems and. I think that's a good thing. Yeah and one other thing I did want to add was there. Were a few circumstances on that day that contributed to what happened to on bit. Max One is that their systems actually suffered Diaz during this whole March Twelfth Black Thursday liquidation period so that also affected things and then the other thing is that there were a lot of arbitrage opportunities because the price of bitcoin diverged wildly between the different exchanges and markets by the blockchain itself became so backlogged as people. Were trying to move money around to take advantage of the arbitrage opportunities that they weren't able to and so I imagine that there are some liquidations that happened that maybe would not have happened. If it weren't for the fact that the Bitcoin blockchain itself was clogged and the same happened with cerium and for listeners. Who did not hear the episodes I did with Kyle? Simoni where he kind of breaks those down and then Antoine lack health of coin metrics. Who was on unconfirmed? Both of them in their shows kind of dissect it what happened. One of the things that I wanted to ask you about was Kathy. I did see you in a yahoo finance video. That was about Rx big ideas for twenty twenty. You talked about how your conviction. Bitcoin has has only grown since the downturn from the last big bubble at the end of twenty seventeen and I wondered why that was and you know how you look at future outlook. Like what you make to to say that. Yeah I think from the P at the peak in two thousand seventeen bitcoin and though these are not precise numbers but you know whatever errors being made are being made all the way through so Yes seeing can can refine this a bit at afterwards but at the time We are at the total network value of Crypto asset ecosystem. And we go to said you know. Bitcoin had gone down to the low thirty seven percent of the total as a bitcoin. Price at all crypto asset prices kept coming down. Bitcoin share started to rise. And it rose to I. Think the low seventies. I'm not one hundred percent sure where it is now. I think it's high sixties. Although after the crash it may be higher And what that told me again bringing my economic roots back is A. Bitcoin is the reserve currency of the crypto acid ecosystem. And that's what a reserve currency is dollar. The dollar right now I think is about sixty five percent sixty sixty five percent of global currencies bitcoin. Getting up into the low A. Seventy cents okay. This is the reserve currency. This is the strongest currency. This is the most secure. That's one of one of the things at told me and I also think we were learning. We were doing a lot more research on while confiscation of well this is a perfect antidote and at the time we had we had the MBA. Is that his name? Mb s arrest his own cousins in Saudi Arabia. And Lock them up in a hotel. I'll bet there are a lot more not just in the Middle East. But in emerging markets in any emerging country or or even developed country where individuals fear there will be confiscation of wealth. Either either in a direct way like it was in Saudi Arabia or an indirect way. Think Zimbabwe the hyperinflation Venezuela Argentina Argentina fifty percent inflation. That's crazy so I think that this idea of confiscation of wealth. You know we can. We can take out this insurance policy. We can carry it around in our head in terms of the the the the key to unlock it instead of around with us. I with all the hot spots flashing around the world you think about China. Hong Kong the protests in Hong Kong. What did they think is going to happen? Finally I we just began to do more work and I think your seen the work you've done said just if you took the took the Individuals in the world with I think we said an investable investable wealth of one million dollars around the world and they bought out an insurance policy which basically was suggested that. Well there's a five percent chance in your lifetime then you're gonNA see full confiscation of wealth. That total was about three trillion dollars. Just that use case just that use case so the store of value certainly and this reserve currency role. There is no a more important role for many. And there's nothing more viral than a reserve currency when you're cooking talking about currency markets. So yes seeing you might want to add add to that a Another additional point is actually around kind of the infrastructure and credibility amongst financial institutions in the community. More broadly that has been accepted since since two thousand seventeen so you know. Kathy often likes to reference the Cambridge Associates report that came out around portfolio allocation specifically in how Cambridge recommended that institutional investors begin exploring these crypto assets More broadly all obviously with Bitcoin at the forefront of that you have you know institutions like fidelity who are now understand any recognizing that there is that there could be an institutional appetite In in order to fuel the demand you need to have kind of regulated custodial services and you have Fidelity has been mining. Bitcoin for for years. Now now entering that space seeking to meet that demand We saw the recent launch of back everything around price discovery market infrastructure And I would say another one that that a lot of people are are dismissing or have not really look at how profound implications could be is around square. And what they've done in particular. Jack Dorsey is done as the C O. Two public companies who genuinely understands the value proposition of bitcoin and is really doing everything he can with the resources that he's been able to To to build over the last few years To kind of fuel demand for Bitcoin. I think the launch of Square crypto launching that I open source. Bitcoin initiative could and we've seen has become a prequel precursor for open source development from other institutions obviously questions around sustainability of funding for developers. That's that puts that to rest. And and so when you have kind of a lot of momentum that's kind of being built around the institutions that are now deeming bitcoin credible combined with the fact that now you're seeing kind of these recent trillion dollar injections from the Fed. It is possible that we are in the midst of this crucial inflection point for Bitcoin. I would say if central banks continue to inject money into the economy at these rates in which in which you know something like the narrative that that we saw in twenty seventeen a will kind of pale in comparison to what we what we might see in the next few years. Okay so I'm GonNa do a sorry Laura. I'm going to do just a little bit of a reality check on that because yes agrees with what? I'm about to say as well but what we're seeing and this from personal experience is institutions while the infrastructure is being built around them right now. Institutions are not ready to aggressively into the space We've had You know we manage money for institutions. We have one of our largest institutions owned g G. BTC and was trying to figure out a lower cost solution and we were trying to help them do that. In the form of a more of a private fund which would be much more efficient from a from a an expense point of view and they they. They had trouble getting over over the hump. They were almost there until they realized that it would be broken out as a separate fund and that they would be on the line as effectively espousing bitcoin a and they just didn't WanNa do that so they stuck stuck with. Gtc even though they were they had started us on this Search for a better alternative for them so institution e and they trust us. I mean this institution has been with us is it's one of our Longest lasting clients wherever I and so they trust what we're doing and they know we know our stuff when it comes to especially to Bitcoin and they wanted to lower cost solution but The the the optics of actually seeming to support it without being it being included in a much broader profolio was something they couldn't take. I also have you know we know this as an issue and I I was with a group I had an opportunity to meet with a group to try and talk through this institutional issue and you know I think the most important thing we have to do is educate educate educate. That's why ESPN is righted. Updating that White Paper the original one. Was bitcoin ringing the bell for a new asset class. We're updating it. Because we really do feel like it is time. Now that we've gone through these perturbations and maybe much more than that in these markets from a price point of view And yet if you look at Bitcoin on any kind of moving average basis. It's still appreciating. You're over here so from year to year. So I we're we're bound and determined to become part of the solution to that problem and and you know one. Us my confidence one other thing. I wanted to point out is I also had the luxury of meeting. Some of some of the core developers in the space and have per bitcoin. Yes in the bitcoin space and because my my a education was in both economics and finance I was able to. You know see how much they understood about economics. Since I was I was blown away by the sophistication in terms of understanding economic theory and Understanding Monetary Policy Monetary Theory Austrian economics. And I have to say that has also boosted my confidence. I believe they understand how important that twenty-one million unit limit is especially in the context of what is happening. What started happening in. Oviedo nine in terms of opening the gates It never turned into inflation. So many people say oh we can do that again and we just have And is still not gonNA turn into inflation. I disagree and I disagree for the same reason. Portfolio insurance didn't work and low vol strategies. Didn't work when everybody thinks something is a sure thing it's usually wrong and I think to look Oh eight oh nine oh eight or nine it and to see inflation. Coming down actually came down after that. Why was that? It was because the velocity of money collapsed consumers started saving. More they did they were spending and spending was going at a good clip but they were also saving more all along. The Way and businesses had become very conservative very very conservative So what I mean by. That is from an operations point of view. Some of them were leveraging up to buy back stock which turned out to be a very bad idea but That's that's why I think this this notion that inflation is dead it to the extent. I hear that more and more just because it has been a means it will be. I will become more convinced. We're going to have an inflation problem because these reserves both for Moayed o-9 and now again from today we're going to go up to nine trillion dollars. In reserves we were we started before eight at eight hundred fifty billion. We went up to four and a half trillion. Then and now we're going to go to nine trillion. Those reserves are sitting on the balance sheets of central reserve banks and they are kindling there. The kindling when banks start competing against each other to make loans that kindling will be lit. And you know what everybody feels. Were free and clear and I don't think that's anytime soon. I don't think inflation is a problem for the next two years at all but I do think to dismiss it as a potential problem is a big mistake. Okay so yeah I mean. You guys have made a strong case for Bitcoin. But I did want to ask you about a theory because as you probably know that does have more developer mindshare and I wondered you know even though you can see that I believe the last big report. I saw this show that there are about four times. The number of developers in a fury M. as in bitcoin is curious to know. Why does that not translate into investor conviction on your part and one other thing? I wanted to throw in there was because I saw you seen Cove road of medium piece where I'm just blanking on what the the Matrix was. But it was something like unconstrained and constrained and I also heard Cathy talk where she talked about the east coast way of looking at the world in the West Coast Way and just sort of wondered if that had anything to do with your views on a theory or really any smart contracts any cryptocurrency affiliated with smart contract. Okay I'll start and I know scene has a lot more to say about it But as an investor I have to end because I'm not solely in the CRYPTO SPACE. I have to pick my spots and and we run concentrated portfolios so I typically go with the highest conviction names in any space in any innovation space and and Bitcoin bar. None is that For me ethereal. Yes we get back into. That west coast is this. Technology is a software technology. Or is this money and I think the the the value in these ecosystems is going to be dominated by the currencies and bitcoin being the reserve currency would be where allocate most of our assets in the space. Although I could see over time if there are other currencies that involve and some people think either could could evolve into the kind of currency. Were thinking about you. Know the equivalent of the euro. The yen are you want The pound What have you? We're I'm as Again having to pick my spots I'm gonNA focus in the crypto currency space where I think most of the value will accrue Anyway and Elise the technology side to to to others but guessing sure so I just a to add onto that. I think what? We've seen really the most salient distinction between Crypto investment philosophies and it touches on this idea of constraints unconstrained visions of crypto networks is looking at looking at the at these networks as kind of a software. I in which I kinda coined them as innovation maximalists Or kind of money. I in which you can coin them as monetary maximalists in which case if you look at it from a software first mindset Kind of the killer. App is definitely not money to kill. Rapp is definitely not bitcoin in fact the idea that you have some sort of this whole space has nothing more to offer than slow and volatile form of sound money to a software. First Mindset seems seems quite anticlimactic and so when you look at it from that mindset the in from an investor focuses mindset. You start to see that yes. There are certainly limitations with bitcoin. The investor focus should rather be on kind of creating these expressive upgradable base layer protocols with these large feature sets and the network infrastructure priority. Should be around scale ability and no not having very slow yet reliable mechanism to transfer very very small pieces of data. When you look at it from kind of a my first mindset then then you you start in kind of with Bitcoin In which case kind of the investor focus is really around kind of that inch assurance theory of money and and looking at this really from a monetary view? I would say that from an investor standpoint. There is this kind of discrepancy. That people are kind of failing to realize with the between kind of value capture and value creation And that's where I would say our views on a theory M. A. R. Differ in terms of where value is going to end up accruing long-term so the best. The best analogy that. I can actually give for this. Actually placeholder was the first to bring this up was actually in the context not of bitcoin versus a theory but actually of a theory versus theorem killers And so if you kind of look at this get coming into this year you had kind of a number of theorem killers that that can plan to launch their main nets And and so and and we've seen kind of the the algorithms and the hatch graphs of the world who have been able to sell this dream of look. Our our our technologies a lot superior. Well that hasn't really been reflective and where value has crude obviously in bull markets. You tend to see these are kind of levered. Beta plays until you would expect them to trade up so at a time when a theory was trading at one hundred thirty billion dollars market CAP. You had you know. Eeoc in Donald that that weren't even launched but had kind of tradable tokens that were trading at ten to twenty billion dollars market cap now in bear markets The disposition is a lot different. Especially I I would save. The fundamentals are questionable. And so I think that very similar to how bitcoin irs view ethereal odds of kind of usurping it by using. Let's say the developer activity as a metric. A therion view a theorem killers odds as usurping it as very very similar ways. And that is. It's really hard to justify valuations based on kind of superior technology and features feature sets alone. And so you I have to understand. Kind of what is supported. I would say by a theorem in bitcoin market cap before you can you can justify why these killers merit higher evaluations and there are things that simply a something like developer activity or feature sets can't can't really replace as value proposition Theorems credit has built out a an extremely robust set of stakeholders. And I do enam bullish on the idea of experimentation on a theory and I think that there is very interesting experimentation But I remain hesitant to think that most value is going to crew in the long run to Things that the kind of aren't proven forms of money we're going to. We're a little bit over time. But do you guys have a few minutes to to just you lightning round of three last questions. Sure okay so one thing that I was curious about was. I saw that. You guys are also bearish on cryptocurrencies with privacy. Features like Z. Cash but at least for the privacy cryptocurrency crew they would say oh the investment case for these is that financial institutions. WanNa use these assets. But they don't want all their transactions to be public they want to have privacy features built in so I was wondering like. Do you disagree with that? Do you think that that isn't going to be something that you know enterprise? Our institutions will have demand for All Star N Just because I know where this came from. I gave a presentation in Boston where I said the fully. Dark coins. I would be concerned about mostly mostly because I think the government From a privacy point of view and especially you know everything that's going on in the rest of the world right now. I think this is a more of a risk they are. They are going to want some transparency for themselves now. I know that certain of the coins. Are you know they will allow that? You know it's the users who are unable visibly transparency yeah transparency so. I'M NOT SAYING POINT BLANK. One hundred percent across the board that that I I wasn't really trying to say and I do think that they will. You know integrate to a point where you know there. There has to be some oversight. I believe you know to prevent a nefarious actors. Which you know really everyone involved should should want but Yeah seeing you. I'm sure have sure I'll take it from the from the lands of Yeah I'll take it from from the Lens of more like privacy as as technology. I would say that really the the stance on being more skeptical about privacy. Coins is really. If you consider privacy Privacy to be like an an implementation of technology. I think that like an open the open source world I I. It's nowhere near as defensible as what we would traditionally see. And so the the big caveat to that is if larger assets. Let's say like a Bitcoin or in a theory on end up assuming the same privacy features as as these privacy focus coins than I think over the long term. There is less of a value proposition for these privacy coins but there is a big question on. Let's say should we implement confidential transactions on Bitcoin's base layer and that may come at the cost of auditing monetary supply and so we see kind of the limitations with Zeke cash in its ability to audit monetary supply but at the same time having confidential transactions at the base layer. There are these questions and I think that ultimately we we haven't reached an equilibrium And then from I'd say from an investment standpoint. There is argument to be made. Where if privacy coins or if a coin has the only the only feature of a of a coin privacy than they could actually end up just being glorified mixers in which you know you you you wanna mix coins? Go into privacy coin and then you you come back out and you've effectively cleaned your coins. In which case you know there's High Velocity in the privacy coin and so from a value standpoint it would seem kind of less interesting as opposed to pure store values and one other thing. I wanted to ask what of course is a big event coming up on the horizon. At which is the bitcoin having and obviously it's coming at a really kind of crazy time in the history of the world. Not only the crypto market so. What is your outlook on? What will happen at that time? Yeah we have had a few brainstorms about this And I would say about five months ago coming into this year there. There was a lot of talk about the having and I began to feel like as we. I think we hit fourteen thousand. I began to feel okay. Their pricing this in because it is a positive at first of all it will be. It will be another proof. Proof point that we're heading for twenty one million Successful software update and and. I think You know if you're diminishing the Supply relative to demand. I think that's a positive force. I'm glad that the discounting of it has been shaken out because if we were still at fourteen thousand or what have you had say? I don't know how much is priced in but given what just happened. I don't think much is priced in guessing. Sure so I think this is a really interesting topic. Honestly I I don't have a straight answer to camps have definitely formed. There's one camp that believes that having is priced in Ah like using citing the efficient market hypothesis. The other camp believes it's it's not What I can't say or what I believe is that we. I think we're going to likely see kind of minor. Lead selling pressure in In which case unless like the price of Bitcoin doubles You'll start to definitely see Like pre Minor lead selling pressures is in that There will be kind of these miners. That are will be below their break. Even costs And so I will exp expect a drop in in the networks hash rate And but assuming that price demand for the bitcoin remains the same Having kind of a having in its in the selling pressure could lead to increases in price. The bitcoin cash having is going to be interesting precedent for What to expect for Bitcoin? We definitely saw kind of a lot of money led selling pressure for bitcoin cash particularly from their kind of just shutting off minors but but again You know this is the third having that that the market will witness it's experienced to having Zinat history. Obviously those two having have tended to be kind of catalyst for bull runs But a beyond that. I'm not sure what's going to happen. I'm very curious. Yeah yeah me too especially with everything going on all right so last topic. I just wanted to make sure to touch on before we say goodbye is to talk about libra and central being tissue currencies. Which you know. That was such a huge topic last year. And then you know sort of looks like the future was a little bit cloudy at least for those but then with all the current virus stuff now at least central being digital currencies are getting a bit more life in them and I wondered not only what your outlook was on those but also just how that would interact with. What's going on in the economy? Because for instance I did see the Financial Stability Board has been warning. Regulators about disruption. That could happen from them. So I kind of wondered how you thought the crow virus crisis or or the impact of it would interplay with this push toward central bank tissue currencies. Yeah yeah seeing you WANNA start on that one shirt. I I would say Largely what's been very extinct? The Lebron General. I think has been a very interesting. Catalyst pudding kind of the term or the label. Crypto a crypto asset or crypto currency on the math It's been very interesting to see kind of the evolution of the narratives in how seriously regulators were taking it. Post Libra announcement. I think we've definitely seen a lot of slowdown in the momentum on creating kind of this Reserve back Asset of which. The basket is up to facebook to decide how we've seen we've seen lot of pushback from kind of the EU. We've seen pushback from the United States. There are some that speculated that kind of libra is never going to launch. I expected to launch. I expected to likely look a lot different than than what was initially presented as. I've heard kind of through the grapevine that the best solution is to actually have a fully U. S. D. backed libra. In which case to appease regulators an in the United States But that that I I would say sheds light on. I would say one of the most interesting use cases in crypto especially amidst this recent uncertainty. And that's around stable coins more broadly. It's been really interesting to see how the supply of all stable coins has has grown to all-time highs around Corona virus and this is during kind of Bitcoin. Massive drop I think that the most recent statistic was the staple coin market cap is around seven to eight percent of the total Bitcoins market CAP. And so we're starting to see this trend. Pick up and you know Kathy. Reference emerging markets like the Venezuela's Argentinian Argentina's of the world they would much prefer a holding the US dollar than they would prefer all the bitcoin and having some sort of coin Dependent on whether or not you could export your private keys. I'm not sure Lieber is going to enable that but if it does this could serve as a very very interesting use case for emerging markets And we're starting to kind of see how the stable coined growth is really a signal that investors are piling into these kind of Crypto cash equivalents in times of uncertainty is us dollar-based. We've just had this conversation about inflation. This would be another indication to me that that people do not believe that that what the Fed has just done another monetary authorities will. The belief is that it will never turn into inflation. Another another indication of sort of the Complacency out there find very interesting. Yeah and one other thing I was gonna add is the most. Recent episode of unchained is an essay by Mario Conti of the maker Dow Foundation. Who is Argentinean. And he talked about his road through cryptocurrency basically but kind of earlier on he discovered it. Because you know in Argentina the value of the US dollar you get through. The banking system is different from what you get on what we call the black market but apparently in that's called the blue market but anyway and so through that he got into I think it was bitcoin at first and then later when stable coins came about he for his freelance work started getting paid in die and now he's that's just for him though the way to go and so that's literally just I mean. Of course it's just one person but still you know through that story. You can see like okay this. Is You know where this is being useful. This is somebody who says this is superior to what's available to me so anyway okay. Well it's been so great having you both on the show. Thank you so much for coming on chained. Thank you very much Laura. Thank you Laura. Thanks for tuning in to learn more about Kathy. And you've seen an ARC investment sure to check out the links and the show notes of your podcast player. 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Max you also get a sixty day risk-free trial so there's nothing to lose visit simplisafe dot com slash max for your free security camera. Today that's simplisafe dot com slash. Max max kellerman show the podcast after the patriots lose being asked about the bench. Took you out of the game over ten minutes left or you've heard about her for next week or anything like that art. That's not my call them as on each and the mentality to keep getting better. And that's what i plan on to compare that to what carson wentz sounded like when he was asked about it carson wentz sounded like a whiny little kid like a spoilt brat. To tell you the truth. I was very disappointed. I was hoping carson would get up there like a man. Say you know look. I haven't played well. I left coach. No choice. I have to be better like show. Some leadership camp got up there and he said you just heard him. It's not my coaches call. I have to work on getting better. That's right yes he does. He knows it camps. Been around the block has been league. Mvp not an almost mvp then got hurt and someone else won the super bowl. Not a guy who the next season brought needle like the team was just flat with him and you heard reports out of locker room that they preferred nick. Foles sure enough whence gets hurt is five and six. At the time that falls takes over catches fire falls. Catch fire to go to the place. Not that guy cam. Newton was the league. Mvp team to the super bowl with like no offense. And he's been around the block and he no longer sounds uncomfortable in his own skin. He doesn't have to pause and think about the right answer to a question. You just right out with it. And it's right on the money. I think the belichick pairing with cam has been very fruitful by the way for both guys like say whatever you want then let you had stood him as a quarterback that's what brady left them with garoppolo shipped outta town stood him was standing there. And instead cam. Newton has them to plays away from being eight and five this season instead. They're six and seven but again with wins over the miami dolphins. Las vegas raiders cardinals. Quality wins the baltimore ravens patriots. Got some quality wins and cans. Been a part of that. When did the team fall apart. Really like how did season fall apart for the patriots if indeed. It looks like they won't make the playoffs at six percent. Chance or something. How did it happen. They happen just now against the rams got dominated. on the line of scrimmage. It happened when kim got covid. That's when it happened. They beat the dolphins they lost by one. Play a goal line. Stand to the seahawks. Great game cam. Look like an mvp along with russell wilson. That game crispus game of the season early on then. They beat the raiders. And then cam cova and what happened. They lost the chiefs. Played them well but they lost to the chiefs. Maybe had camden healthy. And the game things would have been different and then they come back and they lose a couple more games to the broncos again this during a time where the facilities are shut down and they can't really can't really practice and this is a team without a lot of talent bell chicks planning and strategizing and practising or what would help them and they couldn't practice covert shut down less practice in other teams and no quarterback when he got back he was feeling the lingering effects of covid so they lost two more games buried them the fact that can even had him in a position where they might have won the bills games amazing he got stripped near the goal line right on a drive. That would've won. The game looked like it was going to and that was a devastating loss. No doubt by the jets than they beat the ravens. The game to the texans they lost but hey listen to shawn watson has caught fire. He's reestablished himself as the second best quarterback in the afc and the patriots are so good. They're gonna win every game. I mean if you look at what the patriots had last year. Tom brady looked ordinary. Part of that is his declined because of age and part of it was as people kept saying he had no receivers. There's some posted something interesting. I read this morning about how people talk about an offensive line. I forgot who it was right. Credit them an offensive line when they play poorly often. Make a quarterback look bad. He doesn't have enough time to get rid of the ball right. But cams receivers are making him look bad because they're never open and by the way if they weren't open for tom brady less lesson that department then brady had to work with last year but the difference is brady had his head coach in the same system for twenty years. Can't just got there and he's coming off a catastrophic injury and he got covert right and yet somehow they're six and seven a lot of the reason belichick like so much obviously has an affinity for cam is because of the way cameras carrying himself around that facility he showing leadership to show him work ethic he shown passion drive. Competitiveness belichick is clearly founded. The guy wants to succeed now. Can't can't do the job or belichick find someone who can do it better. Belgium will cut your throat. The second like someone else can do better but right now he believes cam gives them the best chance and he. Furthermore likes the influence camp has other team when you look around the league look at the teams who are consistently competitive. Coaching quarterback number one most important guys to coach number of quarterback coach and quarterback. That's why when people are like decrying people using quarterback records to judge quarterbacks. I really disagree. Think quarterback records are pretty. Good way to judge quarterbacks. They're not perfect. It's not causing gregorek. Now you'll be great. But there's a strong positive correlation between good quarterbacks and good records that doesn't mean if quarterback has a bad record he's necessarily bad or if you as a good record is necessarily good but by and large the good quarterbacks have good loss records and largely. it's also because the good coaches want that quarterback right. They identified i want. I want people tell you. Garoppolos no good really. That's why chick wanted him. That's why shanahan wanted him. That's why whenever he plays they almost always win and whenever he doesn't play almost always lose. No it's because the good coaches. I want that guy. He's a good quarterback he's gonna win. That's why garoppolo is a good win. Loss record why do you think he joined the team but never won for san francisco. Couldn't win went five with that team and he got hurt. The following year they went like three and thirteen. Maybe it was like a four and twelve something like that then. He got back next year and they slipped around thirteen and three but they've got squids rental no camping six and seven right now having covert this year coming off a catastrophic injury in a new system with defections off the defense because the kobe before the season started and gilmore getting hurt at zero offensive weapons. That tells me cam can still play. I know he's not passing yards but it tells me he can still play david dallas. You're on the max kellerman show. Espn radio yeah max. There is no way that die. Hard is a christmas movie. You have to have christmas in the plotline. There's no christmas in the plotline. He was a holiday. That's a christmas movie. wait a minute. What was christmas movie. The ramp leery. I didn't see the rest. I like dennis louis but but wait a minute. There was he was at a holiday party. He was at a holiday party right. Remember that whole thing with his wife and he had to go to knock itami. He was at a holiday party. And there was christmas music. Playing and the soundtrack has christmas in hollis. How's that not a christmas movie. Max that's that's your set design in your your ambiance. That's nothing to do with the plot. It can't be a christmas movie unless it's in the plot i disagree. I think it can be a christmas movie even if it's not in the plot it's a wonderful life had christmas in the plot but like because it didn't happen on christmas at the end wasn't christmas when when when everyone chipped in the money and they saved the savings and loan. I think it was. I don't remember but the point was it wasn't christmas wasn't central to the plot and yet it's a wonderful is probably the number one christmas movie miracle on thirty fourth street. Obviously a christmas movie toy story. Obviously a christmas movie. But it's a wonderful life. It's not really about christmas. But that's a great christmas movie. And so is diehard. Furthermore why not have a different like different genres of movie represented christmas movies. We have an action movie. That's a christmas movie. Max you think you sitting around going to be sitting around coming next week. Oh drinking whatever you guys going eggnog and stuff and then guys i. I don't do christmas hannukah right now. The middle we did a first nightline whoever's sitting around haniger got for hanukkah. By the way. I i got. I got two complete sets of baseball cards. One from eighty seven and one from eighty eight. And i'm i'm less prepared for my job today than i ought to be heard now cards i make i make little trees and other teams before we get to the nfl nerd to another little kid. How like visa cards people are going to be sitting around and a couple of weeks one holding tops cars a little don mattingly all right. No one's gonna be like. Hey grab a devious christian. Oh i know. Baby reese bruce willis in die hard. Nobody's doing that do the show and ended whiparound first of all. It is a christmas movie. All guests join us on the shell. Pennzoil performance line and deals. All right bills are going to beat the steelers. The steelers are tired and they're still going to be tired. It's still on a short week. They're missing a day arrest here at the steelers got their schedule all messed around with to the titans. Covert outbreak and the ravens covert outbreak. The real mess around was. They lost their later season by when they would've needed it. And they have to take four but they were going to get a mini by later on. That went by the wayside and then they played three games in thirteen days. Had a lead against washington to touchdown lead where they almost always win in the rothlisberger era hundred nine to one but they collapsed at the end because they're fatigued well this week. They're still going to be feeling the effects of the fatigue next week. They play on monday night football game. They get a little bit extra rest and they're not playing a good team. But you're playing the buffalo bills who are surging. You're playing the buffalo bills right now. Surging bills on your now your fourth game in nineteen days. You ain't gonna win that game especially not the way josh allens playing. The bills are going to be the steelers offs on the road. The vikings at the puck by the way. The vikings aren't that good. I don't know how they they need a little run through the nfc north. You beat the packers. They beat the bears. The beat the lions the packers real quality when they're obviously but they're not that good then lost to the cowboys and since then there squeaking by jacksonville and carolina squeaking by them. They're just not that. Good the box. Whatever you wanna say about them the over under wins for them. This season was nine and a half because they have a really good defense and they had a good enough offense that even with winston's jameis winston's thirty interception to the tune of one hundred twelve points for the other team. They were still seven at nine. So just put in a competent quarterback be nine and seven and brady a little premium over competence. So even his age so maybe so you sit nine and a half is the over. What the oddsmakers thought now agreed i take the over. I take ten. Guess what they have. Four games left to play and they got seven wins the boxer either going to have ten or eleven wins this year. Which is what. Most people figured them to have giants. I like the giants in an upset. Here i don't even think it's that big upset the way the both teams have been playing recently. First of all they're at giants and you can say well it's not the same. No crowded it but part of its travel and part of. It's where you feel comfortable. The giants defense has been bowling. Patrick graham one and upgrade at defensive coordinator by the way also off the ballot coaching tree. Patrick graham has the by the way a yale graduate has done such an unbelievable job with this defense and they have some talent on it but how many defense right now are playing better than the new york. Football giants are they in elite defense. They're trending that way. Actually i like the giants to beat arizona at home in a close call. But i from what i've seen in this giants defense. I believe in them. Who's next dolphins so sorely tempted to pick the dolphins in an upset here. The chiefs have not been playing exceptionally well by their standards especially on defense. The dolphins have a real defense. And they're at home and they both the bills and the dolphins smell blood in the water with the patriots. Both of them want to assert themselves in the afc east. Who is going to be in charge top of the division for the first time a billion years right other than the patriots and they have a bright young quarterback the future ahead of him and a real defense. As i said. I think the chiefs are a two loss team this regular season. I think the next one is going to be the saints who they play the following week. And then probably the chiefs beat the saints in a rematch. The super bowl. But i the dolphins are going to give them a run for their money. Chiefs beat miami on the road because when push comes to shove patrick mahomes will turn it on. And there's not a lot you can do chiefs win the game that reiter. Cbs isn't interesting. Matchup of two teams that you think of pretty much on the same tier right. The raiders looked like they were going to take a step forward this year. They're really built for the chiefs and they beat the chiefs and then they played tough loss. And you thought some people are stephen. A smith said hey there his sleeper bowl. The super bowl sleeper mind was dolphins of sleepers. Not that you're taking that. But you think maybe you know. Maybe there'd been slept on the shot. But the raiders have not been playing well at all and the colts have been playing. Better than the raiders. Recently you know. In spite of the drubbing at the hands of the titans the colts have been playing better football so even though they're on the road. I like them against vegas. I think they are similarly talented teams. The colts are a little better balanced and have been playing better recently. I like to win eagles. And it's gonna be a bloodbath. The states are going to kill the eagles. who's next. Wait a minute. I let me just take the plane. Plink rate defense against bad teams so they have another bad team to play. Great defense against pat. Sorry what was it a bears who's playing the texas at bears the bit like let's not sleep on the bears defense. The problem with the dares is the offense of line. They can't run the ball and they can't protect the quarterback because they can't block for the run or pass protect at all. They can play some defense though to be enough against shawn. Watson i mean does shawn watson is playing lights out. He is not a lot of times. I was thinking in recent years. I like to shawn watson. He'd be my pick him over a lot of guys where the statistics say otherwise. But i like to cut it his job you know. I think he's a winner. But i was thinking. How much of that is the college and the championship performance. And we kind of give them extra credit for being a winter. Is he really as good as i'm saying we're maybe am. I kind of projecting that onto them a little bit know when a guy has what i just said that makes you want squint. See things. maybe that aren't quite there yet. When that guy starts actually putting up those numbers and playing like superman you know. It's real to shawn watson. Were it not for patrick. Mahomes to be the best quarterback in the afc as it is the second best he has enough to beat. The bears packers win. Aaron rodgers like shawn watson the second best quarterback in the afc rodgers the second best quarterback in the nfl home. A little bit better than him. But part of that's because mahomes has a little bit. More of that team seems to like him a lot. Mahomes is looks a little bigger and stronger. Mahomes has better weapons around until we can put up bigger numbers but could aaron rodgers do the same thing on the chiefs. That mahomes is doing. Yeah i think so. I think mahomes could do what aaron rodgers is doing to. But like i remember a bill james once saying this about sandy koufax and left e. groves to all the all time. Great starting pitchers the phrase was. There's not a dimes worth a difference between them but my nickel goes to mahomes but rodgers right there and he has enough to beat detroit washington at san francisco. This interesting defensive match up. i think. I'm going to take the niners defense to beat the washington defense. But i'm going to do it for a couple reasons. Number one i think washington is probably feeling themselves after the win against the steelers. The steelers faded. Because again they played. They played three games in thirteen days. And they were on short rest. And they haven't had a bye in a million years. And they still had a two touchdown lead. Alex smith made a play. Give them credit But really i think more than anything that was an issue of pittsburgh's teague catching up to them late in the game. The niners can play defense. They upset the rams not long ago. And i think because they're at home. They edge washington in a low scoring game. And that's a modern raj n music or you know i was going to give you a little touchdown dance song. But i couldn't think of one but we'll get we'll get you a little something. Next time died. Dignity diehards of christmas movie. Apparently none of you wanna talk about sports. I mean everything's lit up with diehard calls diehards greatest action movie of all time or at least at one point it was and revolutionized film and i have more to say about die hard by the way at one step down once last you want running with elite. Qb's kenneth td's then across nova step behind ain't no need to watch the crowd because you danes at with thirty for thirty two finger. Push does bruce lee showing no mercy. Fat got the crew on deck. The leap bono's no one knows goes deeper wants happens the espn app download. Now max kellerman show podcast on the dr pepper. A call in line eighty eight say. Espn edited seventy nine. Three seven seven six were a lot of people wanna talk about christmas movies and die hard we. This is a sports show. But i suppose we can work that in just to ruin the suspense. It's a christmas movie. You watch it during christmas. It's a holiday party both times. It's it's centered around the holidays in diehards one and two. I heard the not a christmas movie. It's in the summer. Diehards wanted to a christmas movies. Right centered around the holidays. There's snow and stuff in the second one. Christmas time and hollis by run dmc. That's the title of the song right. I don't remember there is play. He even says it's christmas time. And hollis queens. I mean come on what is the theme. Someone brought the point earlier that it has to be like the movie itself has to be about christmas. It's a wonderful life really wasn't about christmas. I think that everyone christmas miracle was like everyone gave money to save the savings and loan at the end of the movie. The movie wasn't about christmas. So why does die. Have to be about christmas to be chris. Movie kyle and tennessee. You're on the max kellerman show. Espn radio it is a holiday movie christmas food so outside of the office party. Don't let it go. Winter wonderland mclean's wife got a christmas. He named and then when he throws the body down the elevator. Put the nose. The santa hat on the guy says. Oh that's right at the end in. La that's right by the way another christmas miracle. It's a festivus miracle. Listen michael thomson texted me. Michael thomson claes daddy. Former number one overall pick in the nba two thousand twelve. I won two championships with the lakers. Know about die hard. It has violence in it. It's the opposite of the christmas message. Peace love life. faith okay. Maybe you don't approve of the kind of christmas movie is maybe you feel it. That christmas movie has been co opted by hollywood for commercial sake right for commercialism but the fact is it's a commercial and it's the fact of the matter stimulates the economy people give gifts. They spend a lot of money. Michael in texas. You're on the max kellerman show espn radio max. Just wanted to let you know. Definitely christmas movie if you don't think you're debris but it's not the best christmas movie. I miss movie. Definitely a small soldiers. Frankly dennis leary bring some. Yeah what's his name. Franklin della tommy lee jones phil hurl soldiers. Okay all right. Wait a minute. I've never seen that. I'm always looking for good christmas movies for the kids. And it's true. I have not played them. Die hard but the youngest is five. Maybe a little diehard by the way changed action movies. But before diehard you could get away with like lethal weapon right. Lots of talking and plot and stuff diehard came out and it's one of the two movies i've ever seen. I'm not so please understand. I'm not saying it's the best movie ever. But it's one of the two movies i've ever seen. Why say that's perfect. Every frame of the film is perfect. Don't change anything and where. I think you could probably teach a film class just using that movie in terms of how to construct a movie die. Hard is one and the untouchables is another like. I love certain gangster. Movies better than the untouchables too. God father both one and two. I like better than the untouchables like once upon a time in america almost as much audio by by the way goodfellas better than the untouchables but in terms of perfect moviemaking like classical moviemaking. You don't change. As a moment of the untouchables and same thing with diehard. It's perfect but changed action movies because the formulas my late great brothers. Sandy's say you put the hero in peril in situations where you know they're gonna make it to the end but you think damn how's he gonna get out of this and then the greater the peril the more cleverly. He has to use his environment to get out of it. The better the action movie and there was no time to take a breath and die hard. You felt like every bullet had his name on it right so i know that doesn't have to do with christmas however it is a christmas movie. I've decided ryan in california. You're on the max kellerman. Juliet radio pay backs. So here's the thing if diehard isn't a christmas movie and then either is home alone. We had the same premise. Michael just says he is because it has violence sodas home alone. Home alone is a christmas movie. So as diehard same guys louis a christmas movie although someone say let's the violence in home alone is cartoonish. Some would say that even more dangerous in a sense because it when violence is that cartoonish cheapens violence. It makes. it seem okay. In a way. I don't know the point is. Christmas is central to the plot of home alone so someone made the point earlier on that. That makes it a christmas movie in diehards. Not news for max kellerman nation ryan just hit us up on the dr pepper in line to say that diehard is christmas movie and if it's not home alone not actually disagree with that. I think they're both christmas movies. But i don't think you could say if home alone is a die hard. It has to be to market ohio. You're on the max kellerman show. Hi match was it. Roj there was saying that He couldn't see families gathered around watching. Die hard yeah. Well i called in to say diehards definitely at christmas movie and i was definitely curled up with my one year old. And my mother watching diehard this last weekend. Because it's christmas time. I can just so your with your one year old and your mother saying yippee kyw and i can't even finish threes services. I deleted his name is mark. He lives somewhere in ohio. Let's try to get this. I'm just kidding mark. happy holidays. Mark mike in california. You're on the max kellerman show. Espn radio pay. max. I'm not as doing a diehards a christmas movie. But if you're considering diode of christians who then you gotta consider lethal weapon an iron man three. They take place over christmas. Christmas music and leave. The weapon even has a holiday theme where there's some sequences where their christmas tree stores fighting and stuff. I gotta tell you. Don lethal weapon die hard. Like made lethal aged lethal weapon to meet like the cop. Buddy moved slow compared to die or the next evolution of the action. Movie from diehard was born movies like die hard remember. There was the perfect action movie action. Movies didn't really improve again until the board movies. I said from north carolina. You're on the max kellerman show you know what you're doing. I just got an nba question for you. Yeah perfect personal till that larry. Bird is forgotten and flipped on nowadays. I agree on father exactly man. I have five. They right behind lebron at five link larry bird what people forget is magic. Johnson had a longer career and magic kept getting better and eventually reached bird levels but when they were rivals facing each other burgos obviously better than najib. When bird was in his prime. That's why he went three straight. Mvp awards larry bird was like the alpha of the nba. Before jordan got there you know like bird was a special all great however at this point the reason i think he's not remembered more is one jordan came around and then everyone started becoming being compared to michael jordan. And and that's really the main reason to is when lebron came around by the by this point. It's impossible to argue. That bird was better than lebron either at his peak or over his career so bird is no longer the greatest player even who played his own position. Unless you want to call him a power forward and then say he's a little better than tim. Duncan was which maybe you could argue. But i agree that he has been forgotten like people forget. The peak of larry bird was the best in the nba for several years. And really when you were watching if you live through his era i thought was a kid on my. I hated him because of the celtics. I'm knicks fan. But i thought i'm never going to see another player. This good and then jordan came right along and so i did but like other than jordan. I can't say just eyeball test. I've ever seen someone better use. Lebron is better but just watching. You got the sense. That like only jordan's better than that. The clippers blow it already. It-it-it's say espn eight seven nine. Three seven seven six last coming up. You know what's not healthy stressing about worker. Maybe you're out of work. It's time to stop worrying and hit the reset button. You could start a new life as an it in as little as four months from the comfort of your own home even if you have zero computer experience go to my computer career dot edu and take the free career evaluation today live online classes. Meet just twice a week. Financial aid including the gi. Bill is available to those who qualify. It's not rocket science. It's my computer career dot. 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The bills have a chance to put some daylight between themselves and the rest of the afc east. And josh allen has a chance to really establish himself outdueling ben rothlisberger. It's big game then in south carolina. You're on the max kellerman show. Espn radio so happy hannukah. Thank you very much or get all this christmas. Talk but Second how many years do you think it's going to take the jets. Make the playoffs. I'm saying three to four. And then let me see. You may just do some calculations here number of draft picks where they might trafton development of the i get the mold on. Carry the one. I've never they're never gonna make the playoffs again. The jets are never gonna make the playoffs. Johnson's got to sell the team. He's in the jets. Have just a pathetic organization. it's pathetic. There's no other way to say there are laughing stock. And there's no excuse by the way even if the identify talent in the draft to can't develop it the can't put that talent and winning positions. I don't think darnold is a bad quarterback but he might be from now on like he made never reach his potential because the jets may have ruined them. We'll see david new jersey. You're on the max kellerman show. Hey how are you just wanted to make a comment on an car. We irving's ranting. And i think the problem is that the media seemed to equate income and ability with a logical thought process. And and someone who knows what they're talking about. I mean we're talking about kyrie irving the same guy who thought the world was flat. I suppose entirely always. It's very important for kyw re he. It's pretty obvious that that people consider him smart in terms of the stuff. He makes the movies. The movie he made i heard was good. It's quality stuff. He runs his business pretty well. He shows intelligence there but in terms of his public statements. I've yet to see any evidence that he's smart. He's not articulate. He may have strong feelings about things and believe he has deep thoughts. He's never expressed them in a way. That i found articulate or interesting but maybe smart some way he hasn't shown maybe his insecurity about it and the fact that is so desperate to be perceived that way is actually hindering. Understanding of the effect is smart. I mean look young. People are like that if you're insecure about. Young people are insecure about various things even rich famous people great athletes. So that's the way he's insecure. Made me coming down the stretch in the nfl. Nda action to forget into tomorrow. That's alright monday max. Thanks for listening to the max kellerman show make sure you subscribe rate and review. You can hear the show lot weekdays at two pm eastern on. Espn radio espn news. Or wherever you stream your audience.

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GSMC SciFi Podcast Episode 140: Zombies

GSMC SciFi Podcast

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GSMC SciFi Podcast Episode 140: Zombies

"Golden state media concepts side podcast. Together we dive into the World Scifi science fiction from a-x-i-o-s Star Trek Star walks to the resident evil all the science fiction movie from the factor marvel or DC golden state media. Cut Sets Cy. Five cats you'll never put get sized stations the same way again it it thank you for tuning into the GMC sci-fi podcast brought to you by the GMC podcast network network. I'm your host Alex. Today I want to talk to you guys about zombies. Sondhi's are some of my favorite for it monster movies. And all of speculative fiction. They're also some of my favorite books and they have a lot of symbolism involved over the years socially I also tend to have a lot of Zombie dreams. I majored in forensic anthropology. And you know. I'm not too surprised that I dream about about death a lot. I've also been to over thirty funerals before I even moved to Texas in two thousand eleven and have missed in. been to numerous Morris one-sentence so death is very much a part of my daily life. However I have a lot of stress dreams or anxiety eighty dreams and zombies feature prominently in them as do like the Zombie Apocalypse? In general said today I wanNA talk a little bit about Out The symbolism of zombies in fiction and how that really represents our sociocultural situations. I'm going to talk about the book. The Samba survival a guide as well as what dreams about zombies might mean Zombie land the movie and the walking dead. And we're also going to talk about upped the new TV show locking key that is out on net flicks so far step. Let's go ahead and knock out locking key I started. Did this show last night so I watched I don't know two or three episodes of it and so far it's been pretty good. This is is specifically going to be about the Netflix. TV series. Locking key was based on a comic book and they did a pilot for it and two thousand eleven even that was not picked up it was supposed to be on Fox. I believe and then they didn't pick it up in the long term and it has been through Several different attempts to be made over the years including entire re-casting except for the role of the little boy brody. So what is locking key if you haven't heard of it before it is a supernatural horror. Show it's you know dramatic and kind of creepy and and largely based in America. It's about these kids. Three kids in their mom who have recently moved back to this Old House that their dad grew upenn so in that aspect. It's very similar to October. Faction and indeed. The opening is incredibly similar with the car. Ride and the mom talking talking to the kids who aren't really jazzed about moving across the country to this new place when this happens they are moving because you you find out like the first ten minutes. So it's not a spoiler that the DAD has recently died. He died in a horrible altercation with another person. Listen and they tell it through a series of flashbacks throughout the show so the dad was kind of protecting the family and ends up getting shot and so the family has a move so they move back to this old place called key house and their last name is lock. So there's a little bit of puffery going on here which I'm pro pondering I don't know about you guys. But the whole point is that one of the former students murders the dad. whose name is Randall? So his wife Nina moves with Tyler. WHO's the oldest son? He is a teenager. I think he's about about sixteen or seventeen. He has a car in the license at least and is out driving after dark after nine pm. So I'm going to say he's sixteen or seventeen and his sister Kenzi. Who is a couple of years younger than him but also appears to be a teenager they go to a boarding school? Interestingly but they are day students at the sporting school in Matheson Massachusetts. So they've moved all the way from Seattle to Massachusetts so like literally across the entire country across North American continent and their little brother. Bodey is in elementary school. He looks to be about ten or so maybe twelve so he goes to a different school from them as well and his school starts a week after the older kids. So we mostly you're the following around Bodey in this big old house and what he is up to. He goes out on this giant state property that they own and is checking out the well house and stuff and when he starts talking into the well he's just a kid and foreign around. He's like Echo Echo. Oh and instead of voice response to him and he's like who are you. Are You my echo. And she says yes bodey. Im Your Echo and it creeps him out but then he decides to make friends with whoever whomever this echo is so the echo tells him him about these keys in key house and Bodey starts discovering these keys. She tells them that they whisper to people. And that you can hear them especially if you're special like Bodas they don't really define at least in the first few episodes what that means or how. Oh he is special but he kind of goes on this quest to start hunting down these keys and then he goes back and tells echo about them. The keys throughout the house are really interesting like the same way that Narnia is interesting or like the magicians where the chat wins initially. Go through the clock. Where where the kids from Narnia go through pictures like the picture for the voyage of the dawn better or through the wardrobe and the line the witch and the wardrobe the job so it has a lot in common and that aspect whereas October faction is more similar to maybe sanctuary or the two heroes when it comes to you know hunting creatures of a certain type? Maybe even supernatural at that point in this case locking working key is closer to definitely say Narnia and to the magicians but there's definitely narnia although there's more horror in this whereas the magicians is like adult themed set now that you kind of have a sense of the tone for it. They're just a bunch of keys in the house. We don't really. I know what all of the keys do until we see them being used and the kids don't necessarily know how to use the keys when they first find them so so it's really fun and super curious as to how each of these is going to work because once you have the key then the keyhole naturally pops up or the LoC will will pop up. It could be an a mirror. It could be in someone's body like on the back of their neck and it could even be sticking the key into an actual keyhole within a lock. It's pretty interesting how it works and and they're all used in magical ways so it's not necessarily the keys are good or bad but you know in Narnia. They're it's kind of neutral they just allow you to enter into this other place but it's you know more similar to the magicians in this way. Where here it's not necessarily everything being as you thought it was and things start getting really creepy really fast so I do enjoy the horror component in this as discussed with you guys before? I'm more into like monster horror than a lot of the other types. So this appeals to me and like spooky and a little bit creepy and the artistic tone and visual style of the show. You know a lot of blue tones. It's real. It's really pretty ready. And it also focuses on these kids working through the trauma of being there when their father passed. The mother is also working and through the trauma and so I really like how they show that at these different ages. So you have a kid like elementary aged and then you have A girl who is you know. Probably fourteen or fifteen and then the older brother who is seventeen and he's now the man of the House and he feels a lot of masculine responsibility ability for what happens to the family. And then you know you also have the mom who was there and saw everything. So they're all you know fighting those demons and their own ways and. I think that that's really psychologically interesting. And it's great for the character development because they all have some form of insecurity of not being able to be enough or do enough to save their dad and we see that in a lot of games and a lot of movies movies and I think that you know. There's definitely good ways to do it. And you know not so great ways to do it and they do a really good job in this way a lot of times. It's you know we start out with one hero who has lost someone important to them prior to the show starting but in this case it it is four different people who are approaching these problems and their new lives in totally different ways and I think that they are doing a really great job in you know kind of looking at the internal motivations of the characters as well as externally. What's happening to them and seeing how they approach learning about these keys when they didn't really believe in this stuff before as they go along now there is also like a demonic entity component? Here so it's not just hor it's like demonic horror so that can be really fun and you know they haven't labeled them as demons per se at in the first three episodes toads. But if you're familiar with the comics you know where they're going with that but they're not the only ones looking for the keys. That's kind of the fun in part of it too. There is something malevolent also going on so it's not just them looking for the keys but they have a really good reason to find them. They have have a lot of really interesting characters in this show and I really like you know. They're friends that they develop along the way and you know you see these kids they they have. PTSD and they freak out a little bit and how they're different friends handle. It is really interesting so on October. Faction when live have like freaks out and you know they say aunt people react really negatively whereas in this case people tend to act more compassionate like the friends do in the chilling adventures of Sabrina. They're more supportive. They're still kind of weirded out but they are supportive. So I think it's really interesting. And it's a a good new development for this era we're experiencing where we're getting all of these different shows about out speculative fiction and a lot of them have a ton in common but they are approaching things in different ways and I enjoy that as well this one more fully embraces the horror aspect of it and the magical components whereas with October faction you know the kids are like everything can be explained with science and it's more like a government entity in keeping everything safe. This is just a normal family family though with locking key and they're just kind of trying to figure stuff out on their own so there are a lot of similarities between the two but I think there are enough differences to really make it truly interesting and to let them shine on their own. A lot of folks haven't really loved this yet but I like it so so far. I don't think that it's like you know the best ever but so far it's been really interesting and I'm excited to see where they take it. y'All know I don't don't really WANNA stop it. Just you know the first couple of episodes it takes at least a season four shows to get their feet under them. Indeed it took star. Trek Enterprise is three and a half seasons to really get its legs under it but by then it had pretty much been canceled. But they didn't have a real villain until three and a half episodes not apps three and a half seasons into star trek enterprise so once they had their overarching villain in their overarching. plotline started to really come together her but unfortunately the beauty and the beast episode and stuff the all came before that kind of drug into the ground before it could really shine with blocking key though he it is ran by Carlton Cues So. I'm really excited about that. He did lost. And my one of my personal Favorites Nash Bridges so Nash. Bridges is not speculative fiction but it ran from nineteen ninety six to two thousand one and I very much enjoyed that show. Oh with Don Johnson in it and I believe also yasmine belief was in as well and Cheech Marin so is a really fun cop show and he also was was involved in martial law with Samo Hung. That went only ran for about a year but it was good crossing cues. You might recognize him from the movie rampage. That came out in two thousand eight two thousand eighteen and also was the bates motel. He did that one he did. The strain returned colony. So He's done a a lot of really fun projects and that's really where he kind of seemed to be coming from with each of these things is bringing these horror stories as or these kind of comedic shows to life and different ways. I'm a big fan of his work so I was stoked to see his name pop up all right. We're going to go on a break and when we come I'm back we're going to delve into the world of zombies starting with resident evil afterlife. What find out what movies to go? See and check out the GS MC movie podcast. It's your ticket to the latest movies whether it's a new blockbuster muster event romantic comedy or action flick. This show has got it all covered. They talk some what to go. See Now don't bother. What's hot on Netflix? And everything in between that. GSM See podcasts. Dot Com back slash. Movie Dash podcast. When it's all about the movies it has to be this new show? Don't forget yeah to like them on facebook and follow them on twitter visit. GS MC PODCASTS DOT COM for more INFO. He's just I split before the break we were talking about the new. TV show locking key. That's it's based on the comic series and out on Netflix. As of about three days ago. So now we're GonNa talk about Resident Evil Afterlife because most this episode is going to be about zombies. Now I know a lot of folks have a lot of feelings about the resident evil franchise particularly when it comes was to the games verses the movies. I know a lot of y'all don't like Alice because she was and and the Games and you're not a fan and that's it's totally fine. I respect that but I like both yes. I have played the Games. Yes I have also seen the movies I look at it like I look at a lot of things that are remakes of comics or books or video games. It's like an alternate time line. That's all and it's it can be kind of fun. I enjoy seeing the characters from the Games pop up in it and I really enjoyed that and resident evil afterlife. We get to see both Claire and Chris Redfield in story and it. It's fun in my opinion and we get some craziness with Weser. Who is you know extra evil extra? You're crazy so in this. One resident evil afterlife came out in two thousand ten and it really addressed all the clones that they found in resident evil extinction so there were a lot of alice clones. And we're like okay. Great what are we gonNa do with all these clones. I guess we'll make a movie about vowed to kind of wrap it up so we all thought resident evil extinction was going to be the last film in the series for a long time. But you know they were like heck. We're it's GONNA dry afterlife now. Afterlife wasn't entirely necessary really and it picks up very shortly after you know Claire and Kmart them have flown up north to go and look for. You know the safe zone that they think is like in Alaska so alice and all the other Alice's have gotten together in the first ten minutes is really just all of the Alice's planning an assault on one of the umbrella compounds. So they just you know he's keeps seeing Alison dying and you're like. Oh this Jackie but you know it's it's just all the clones so they they take everything over and they tried to go ahead and kill whisker in them because a lot of the umbrella bosses are still alive. And they're in those underground underground fortress fortresses still messing around with science I let one of my favorite quotes is that science tells us that we can still make dinosaurs and how to do it. Social Science tells us why that's a bad idea. It seems like umbrella has a lot of scientists and not enough social scientists. So Oh they're down. They're doing more shenanigans making dogs that split apart at the top of their faces and become these really weird zombies so so they're not just regular Zombie dogs. They're just extra gross in weird. You know. That's just that's whiskers brand very on brand for him so alice is trying to. You really focus on taking down Weser. He's the primary antagonists at this point in the film series and we met him in the Games to so she does get her butt kicked by whisker and he ends up injecting the Real Alice. The original not one of the other clones with a serum serum that really kills off the virus cells in her body and essentially turns. Her human is the basic plotline of this so so it's taking away a lot of her abilities to really combat the virus as far as whisker is concerned and he's like yes. This is really great eight and I'm going to be able to take her out now and it's meant to be a really neat twist. Alice has been struggling with not being really fully human men for a long time and in the film right before this one. She's like okay. Well at least you have superpowers kind of. But now she's just a human woman again which is really interesting but they kind of just leave. That thread there. Alice seems grateful to be human and again and then we never really talked about it again. So if you relate to that phone you would really not even know that. Alice was Deep Howard she's still doing her acrobatics throughout the rest of the phone. She is still be a with you know her firearms and everything and is doing stuff like landing a biplane on top of a small building. I think a lot of the characters in this winter really really underutilized. But that is not. I didn't get to write the show. That's fine it's probably for the best but that's my personal opinion. The film own keeps going and a lot of the established characters. Just get thrown under the bus more or less and we don't really see what happened to the law of the other survivors. They do find the Arcadia though so that was kind of a plot hole from the last one not really a plot hole but they were. We didn't know exactly what Arcadia it was or where it was just that it was supposed to be safe kind of like Pacific playland in Zombie Land and they found the Arcadia but it turns out. It's been moving and that is because it is ship it was towards Alaska but it's moving along the coast and blasting out this message that hey it's safe to be here. There is no virus. Here there are no zombies. Come over here and be safe with us in Arcadia but much like the terminal Granola area in you know walking dead turns out. Arcadia is not so safe just like Pacific playland not so safe but in this case it's closer to walking dead because Arcadia is not only just not safe. But it's really a trap. It is deliberately set by by umbrella to get more people to do Grosse Research on and it's really problematic but you know our heroes step up into that the pacing for it is just kind of odd. I think however if you're familiar with Latin there is a brief reference France who at in Arcadia Ego. I'm probably butchering that Latin. But that really means that you know it might be too good to be true. It usually is used in Latin to mean like even in Utopia death still exists but more or less. It's been like. Hey this is a trap. It's just a flag to let people who were down with Latin. No that it is a trap. It's not colloquially used enough to really be useful in any way it's just a fun bit of Trivia for the most part so our characters and up you know on the Arcadia I'd like like the the kind of the town scene but we don't really do anything with a lot of the zone babies that are there they just land the plane there and then the plane is used by bad guy to get away and everybody else has to plow through the zombies with you know well the plan is to go through with the truck rock and everything and they end up going through tunnels. It's fun but you know it doesn't utilize fully one of my favorite characters. So that's a a big bummer. We all spend a lot of the time with Claire. Not really knowing who she is or what happened to her and we don't really you find out immediately what's going on so it's just kind of mysterious for not really much of a good reason. It's just so that Claire. Pretty much doesn't so clear doesn't recognize Chris and so that she can't tell us what happened to the Arcadia. It's just kind of a convenient plot device. He's more so than anything else so I didn't really love it but I also didn't hate. It was just kind of May in my opinion but we meet Chris in that building building the Alice and Claire Land on the biplane and he's been caged in there and they say that they found him already in the cage. They kept him in the cage which is very very funny concept and it's very human and a lot of ways so I do enjoy that aspect of it where they're like Nah man. This guy was in the K.. Join God here so we kept him here. Even though this is a prison and Chris has maintained the whole time that he was part of a military engagement meant to fight the zombies Ambi- and everything and that the prisoners stuffed him in there because they thought it would be funny. I don't know if the anthropologists to me thinks that fairly funny just because it is so incredibly human. It's like when you go somewhere. And you see a lot of people standing in a line and so you get in the line and then you're like wait a minute minute. Why are we in line right now? And I learned about that in my anthropology classes. So I'm just kind of more cognizant of that in general so whenever I see that happening I'll go and check out what's what's going on and why we're actually waiting and that's happened a lot. You know waiting for classes to start in the morning because people just assume that. The door's still locked. If you get there before eight o'clock for the first class and it cannot tell you how many classes over the years I was in college for. Oh Gosh I feel like forever for like three years for community college two years for my bachelors and then another two for Grad school so like seven years and there were so many classes glasses that we just stood outside of waiting for I would get there and they would just be so many people sitting on the ground or waiting in line and I'm like what are we waiting for like you know waiting for somebody to unlock the door. And I'm like nope check in with the doors. Open you guys. You could be sitting in a chair. It's just funny to me in general so I think Carr's particularly funny in this movie now. Chris recognizes Claire. Claire doesn't recognize Chris and so she kicks but it's very funny too and Ben. You know it's a very much a still a sibling interaction in my opinion even though she doesn't recognize him and she would have killed him if alice hadn't really stepped in. But it's kind of funny in that way to just like watching somebody put their brother in a headlock and then we find a bunch more survivors and we get that that really cool scene with the giant Zombie with the big all acts and it so fun with you know how Oh. He almost takes both Claire and Alex down. He is hard core. It takes a lot to put him down and keep him down and everyone's freaked out because mayor just emptying clips into his head doing the headshots and everything and he is just not going down. Until Claire Gets Alice's you you know revolver over her pistol or whatever and goes ahead and blows a hole through the middle of his head like full metal jacket kind of style. It's it's not a full metal jacket but that is the kind of outcome where like blows a grapefruit sized hole through his head so that was kind of fun to gain to see that and then they go to the boat and we just spend a lot of time on the boat. The pacing seemed really good for the scenes that were inside of the building and the structure picture and it was fun seeing Alice jumped from the top of that building and swing through and the cable without pulling a full gwen stacy from the Spiderman. Two with Andrew Garfield where it totally just snaps her back in a scene reminiscent of the Comic Book Bridge Scene. That was interesting. But I'm like you know that that would've killed in real life. Were paralysed are especially since as we remember. Alice is de powered at this point. So she's allegedly leap Howard but she's still totally fine the entire time so whatever that she might as well not have been devoured and. We know that it's Chris Redfield as we're watching this because if you play the Games you're like Oh yeah it's Chris and we've been waiting for Christa pop up but they just referred him Chris for so long without saying redfield that it's just like cheese this forever but I think in a way that similar Zombie land in how last names don't really matter in the NBA apocalypse. What do your familial connections really mean win? Half of the world is undated and then like another quarter is just dead dead so that is where we are at this point. We get to see an underwater level. So that's kind of fun and and overall it's not a terrible movie. Did it need to be made not really we wrap up all the clone stuff in the first ten minutes and then we really waste that girl who was a swimmer. Originally I think her name was like crystal waters or something like that the stage name and all that jazz so you know. They wasted her with her swimming ability. And it's like sure. She made it down there with Chris. And the deep Howard Alice. But you know. Now we're just GONNA kill her with zombies and they also wasted Luther author for a lot of it. Luther is and I wanted to see some more of him. It's nice that he does survive through the tunnels but I was really bombed that we didn't get to see a lot more of him kicking. But I mean this dude like pulled the tail end of the biplane back down because he was so strong and and kept it from going over the edge of the building. Now I get that. They might not want to keep him there because he could kick butt but he's not like Lou overpowered appeared from leg dynasty warriors and worries or Itchy. He's just a super strong dude. Luther couldn't take down that giant Zombie guy either on his own but you know he was a super cool character. I liked how he was you know he had wholesome masculinity going on but could still you know kill creatures with the best of them. He was just cool guy and I think that he was very underutilized. I digress though. We're going to go ahead and go on a break and when we come back we're gonNA talk about the social significance of zombies tired of searching the vast jungle of podcasts. Nell listen listen close and here this out. There's a podcast network that covers just about everything that you've been searching the golden state media concept subst. PODCAST network is here nothing less than our podcast. Bliss with endless hours of podcast covered from news sports music music fashion entertainment fantasy football and so much more so stop blurted around and go straight out to the golden state media concepts podcast network work guaranteed to fill that podcast is whatever it may be you visit us at. WWW DOT GS MC podcast dot. GotTa follow us on facebook twitter and download on itunes soundcloud and Google play Atlanta last semester. We were talking about resident evil afterlife spots I just sprayed in our sphere of death and I would say to a certain extent that that can be considered to be true at least on a surface level. I think that that you know in the United States especially for the most part we're really far departed at this point from how we process are dead. How we handle handle them after they die? In a lot of different cultures people will go ahead and process their family members dead they wash and bathe the deceased and you know treat them with a lot of respect. They'll redress them. If that is part of that culture in Appalachia and a lot of places we still dig the grave ourselves for our loved ones when they're deceased and it really just helps you be mindful I think of the process of death and it helps in the morning process really seeing that the person has died but in a lot of places in the. US We pump people full of Formaldehyde. And if that's your option that's your choice. I respect that I just look at it a little bit differently. I'm more of a fan of natural. Burials aerials and that's why I like for instance apology decomposition programs. Because you can just have your body laid out on the ground and decompose naturally really no additives to your body. Nothing you no added Formaldehyde and in chemically altered in any way nobody's bunnies putting makeup on you and stuff like that and that just appeals to me more now that said. ZOMBIES are a big part of of our fear base in symbolic way. We're not just you know. Kind of departed from the death process and concerned about the living being dad coming back to kill us and stuff like that but it can also be representative of terrorism immigration global warming pandemics. So we noticed that in a lot of these Zombie Games. You know they are coming after US and they it's viral based that's part of like the the whole thing with the t virus is you know it's communicable. It is a disease so pandemics cholera where you know the flu epidemic of Nineteen eighteen or a bola all that jazz it can be symbolic of our fears of communicable diseases or economic collapse or just the random way that suddenly life goes sideways like when our friends and car accidents or there's random gun violence or rogue nuclear weapons just kind of popping off or you know meltdowns like Chernobyl and all that stuff. ZOMBIES can really encompass office any of those things vampires and where wolves are more straightforward in what they symbolize in my opinion. But there's been a lot of sociocultural discourse over the years and literary discourse as to what zombies really symbolize and when we think of of apocalypse is we don't tend to think of a Werewolf apocalypse or a vampire apocalypse although with van helsing the TV show so it is kind of a vampire apocalypse in that way in which a volcano and all of this ash has settled and allowed the vampires to walk around without exposure to the sun and start killing people. And I like that in concept but it's just less compelling in my opinion and my personal experience than the Zombie Apocalypse. It's like are quintessential type of apocalypse. That is supernatural in nature and it just really reminds us that you know people are sheep and a lot of ways. They are just mindless animals. That are driven by base instincts. And it can be you know symbolic symbolic of sexual violence in that way as well where people are just essentially acting like animals and that makes it really fascinating for for me now. We have a lot of Zombie movies and TV shows out now. We have the walking dead fear the walking dead which I actually Kinda like more at this point we have the really fast ones that are runners like in twenty eight days later we also have the cuge huge Asian of In the resident evil series both the Games and in the movies and that can be a lot of fun and super creative. You know we have comedies now with Shaun of the dead and then also some of the darker ones with like dawn of the dead land of the dead all that jazz so there is a lot of interest in zombies and in two thousand seven a man named Matt Mock Founded Zombie Research Association with with some world renowned scientists and academics from Harvard. And they were trying to raise the level Zombie scholarship in the arts and Sciences. So this group really believes that Zombie Apocalypse is a matter of if but more of a matter of win. And I think that that's really interesting staying and fun to entertain as forensic anthropologist someone who is forensic anthropology trained. I'm not so sure about that. There's a lot that would have to go on. In order to make that tenable as a virus a lot of viruses that spread as rapidly as Salaam Mbeya type viruses or portrayed tend to burn out quickly like a lot of the Abullah viruses tend to burn out before it can really hit critical critical mass of infecting. Everyone they just they work really quickly. It has a high mortality rate but it also burns out very quickly so in and that way I mean it's really interesting. A lot of the Zombie type of behaviors have a lot in common with like furious rabies. So that's that's really fun. and where furious rabies and rabies and general make. The creature has been bitten. Go ahead and want to bite other people and it makes them afraid of water in a lot of ways so it makes you both attracted to and repelled by different elements. I think that can be really fun. I am also very interested by the concept of zombies essentially like hunting people by smell or by sent. Because you see a lot all of that and like the walking dead where they're like. Oh Yeah let's ourselves with Zombie guts. And then they're not going to be able to smell as kind of like how land of the loss they go to cover themselves with Hadrosaur. Your and it's funny but it's very interesting because what it's really saying about the zombies and how they kind of Hunt and how they are aware and that their vision might not be great but they are able to still smell but I guess taste doesn't bother them because they'll eat dead animals and they'll eat dead humans and it doesn't matter how long they've been dead for a lot of them. I don't know we see. See some zombies eating roadkill in addition to zombies eating fresh humans. So I don't know I think it's really interesting to see how different right. Zombie movies and Games. Take that into a fact and looking kind of his Ambi- diet now. If you're not a believer in lasagna apocalypse like Mac and the other people from this research association you can really view this as a metaphor for a lot of fears. And it's really easier to think of them as Ambi- is very similar to how sci-fi helps is work our way through our feelings ellings about socio cultural and socio political issues by giving us a measure of distance so that proximity is not blinding. So it's easier to think about about zombies than to just fully face on war and destruction and famine and pestilence and death and you the terrible tragedies and trauma that people die with having never told anyone so these monsters kind of break out of our nightmares and walk around with us through a manifestation of our anxieties and our fears now the author world words eat and Zombie survival guide. Max Max Brooks has also said that you know you have to believe that this could happen. They're very fun. Tool for exploring apocalyptic nick fears a lot of people are afraid of the apocalypse. That's why we have a lot of dystopia Ian Stories. We have like the factions associated did with the divergent series. We also have the electromagnetic pulse style apocalypse that we find in James Cameron's dark angel. There are so many different types of you know apocalyptic dystopia and we see them play out in different ways. There are a lot of things in our world that are way scarier earlier than zombies. But they can be taboo for us to talk about a big discussion about the AIDS pandemic. Could you know make people people feel uncomfortable and make them WANNA leave. But if you talk about zombies then people are more likely to engage with you so using these as metaphors and his allegories helps us to consider the world around us and to really you know work our way through processing some of our emotions related to do these scary components of life and they say that you know popular culture makes world politics what it currently is that is a quote from Tufts Professor Daniel Dresner and he really posits that if that is true then international relations needs to think about the armies of the undead in a more urgent manner. So there's a lot of different varieties of realism but as dresner says all realists start with a common assumption. That anarchy is the overarching constraint of world politics now. If you're interested in reading more of that article by Mr Dresner feser dresner that. That is in night of the living walk toward an international relations theory of zombies so a lot of international relations and other cousins of cultural anthropology anthropology. Like to take that into account as well in the Early Twentieth Century Anthropologists started taking. Do More seriously and we. We thought that maybe you could do that. With the tetrotoxin that you found in puffer fish and the Zombie are Zombie cucumber that is utilized utilized. Do and make people wake up from you know essentially a nap more. You're paralyzed and aware but you're not able to do anything else. But you are kind of in a drug Hayes and make you willing to perform certain acts including just simple farming enslavement. The two killing people for you. It's very interesting how it has kind of over the years and we started with like these slow zombies and we have these fast zombies running around at one point. zombies were a mirror for you know the fact that people who are white or European. Were afraid that you know they weren't going to have control over anything anymore with the downfall of colonialism within the United States so they were more afraid of immigration at that point so those kind of racist viewpoints really still exist. They just look a little bit different now. But zombies have always been able to stand in represented when we were in the Vietnam it non war zombies were reflection of our fear of the military industrial complex. We were afraid of the government and we were afraid of guerrilla warfare. Just like like you're afraid of zombies trying to us so from everything from the Bay of Pigs to the Cold War we can look at that and see a metaphorical Dombi component. In it. There are a lot of really fun anthropology articles about that as well. As literary articles Zombie. Fiction is really good and my favorite portrayals of it are when they aren't really about zombies. They're more about how we're afraid of you. You know racism and immigration as an extension of racism. And you know how diseases spread everybody's freaking out about the corona virus right now and it's very similar to how people freak out about the Zombie pandemics in these video games these comics and movies and other works of fiction about how you know. The walking dead isn't really about you. Know dissolve as being the walking dead. But how we lose our humanity when we are are put into these situations where we're fighting for our survival. It's all very interesting to me. And if you're also interested in it you know please. He's hit me up. I want to hear from you guys about your favorite theories related zombies. And if you have some really cool articles literary or anthropological about about symbolism of zombies in everyday life I would love to hear from you guys on facebook twitter instagram. We're going to go on another break. When we come back we are going to talk about? Max Brooks's the Zombie. Survival Guide watching. TV has changed over time. Streaming has become the new norm. That's why golden state media concepts television. PODCAST UNCAST dives headfirst to the world cord. Cutting wants to be on Bloomberg. What's hot and Netflix? Or if it's not a preference what about original shows it was an Hulu we've got you covered join us as we fill the blank and talk about movies to stream and what show you should be benching. This the golden state media concepts television. PODCAST it just yeah. Well that's dinner last segment talking about bounce symbolism of zombies in everyday social life and how they've kind of represent a lot of our fears onscreen in a way that we're able to you know process our emotions and really parse it out so next I want to talk to you about the survival guide. It's called the Zombie. Survival guide complete protection protection from the living dead. And it was written by Max Brooks so Max Brooks is the son of Mel Brooks so if you guys are familiar with old old comedies. Mel Brooks was absolutely hilarious and his son seems to have inherited that funny bone from his dad. So Max Brooks also used is to work. As a Saturday night live author or a contributor who do a lot of writing for them and in two thousand three he published this kind. You've fictional survival manual. That helps us. Think about all the different types of Zombie realities. We could be looking at. Its seven seven chapter book plus an appendix. And it's really fun because it it's funny but it also takes itself a little seriously in some ways or at least it's presenting. Get in a serious manner. So the first chapter is myths and realities. And it's like giving you the rules and like the background information that you would would need to know further along in a book. You can't really skip around in this one even if it is you know a survival guide definitely start chapter one and you know it describes ribs this particular virus so we're going with the virus Converge Zomba in this book and they referred to as the Salon on him virus. So that's one that I've seen used in other books as well and they talk about how it spread and how you treat it if you get infected and Y it's limited to humans when people are bitten by these zombies. Why if the Zombie Bites an animal? It doesn't turn the animal into Zombie. Ambi- it's really fun and this is also the author of World War Z.. So if you are a fan of that book or of the TV show and you haven't read the Zombie survival rival guide go ahead and check it out. It's really fun. They also refer to it as African rabies or the walking plague or the blight. If you're familiar with that universe of these books the way that Salonen works is it gets introduced into the body and is viral role. But they don't really fully explain how the host turns into a Zombie. After it's introduced the virus is just said to us the the brain cells in the frontal lobe for replication and it destroys them in the process. So if you have watched any of the Hannibal Lecter movies you you know. He talks about eating the frontal lobe. And how that's where your manners are. I believe the mouths Mickelson TV series also references that and how he'll eat that part of the brain and in the movie it's I think it's not silence of the lambs but I think it's actually Hannibal where Clarisse is having dinner with. Hannibal I believe. Leave as Julianne Moore and Ray Liotta is the one whose brain is being eaten. And he's just you know suddenly very rude and accrued and saying sexual things to her because our frontal lobe is where a lot of our essentially our cultural manners and stuff are displayed. Played when you shouldn't say things and when you should say things and what's not meant for particular context and you know how nice you are the people vs how aggressive so so in this case it's just you know loosely based on that science and saying. Hey this virus you know chews up the frontal lobe of of the brain and the way viruses work as they go in and they replace their cells are ourselves rather with their own cells viggo inside of ourselves and turn our own cells into their cells for replication. That's how Ebola works and similarly. This is how you know. The Salon virus is meant to work in. Max Brooks is fictional reality. So I don't know about what happens to the rest of the brain just kind of eats up the frontal although for replication and it destroys those brain cells just like other viruses due to the human body after the brains infected bodily functions ends including the heart and the lungs. Go ahead and stop working. And you lose your personality and individuality in the process. So so that's very similar to a bola in my opinion. So there's part of a Bola that results in De personalization and you kind live like lose a lot of you know your individuality and your ability to respond to people and then part of your your muscles and your skin kind if detach from each other and your face goes slack and it doesn't get that far with like you know people who are going to try and eat you per se but it is is also a virus where it turns your own cells into their cells. And that's also why some forms of a Bulla are transmissible. Over the the placental barrier there teratogenic in nature and can result in turning the fetal cells in two viral cells and then it causes a spontaneous abortion and not like the abortion is in the medical kind which you go in and have dr do but like miscarriage whereas just literally early an aborted pregnancy to pregnancy that is no longer happening. And it's ejected from the body when they had the big Abullah viruses in the African continent a couple of decades ago not the most recent ones but way before they went into one hospital that was there and the maternity ward it was just covered in blood everywhere and it. was you know where they had these spontaneous abortions because the virus had crossed the placental barrier carrier and just ejected essentially clumps of viral cells. All over the place and they just could not save these women or their babies that is also kind of how the different types of Zombie viruses are portrayed in movies where we see babies Arby's where the babies haven't been bitten and turned zombies but rather the mom has been bitten and then ends up birthing a Zombie Baby. So it's something that would have to cross the placental barrier. I think that's why we see it in viral form a lot. Now we also see the viral incubation period. Being really variable able in Max Universe in general some people you know turn really rapidly and others don't turn for significant amount on a time and they might be getting them from open cuts and not just clearly visible bites so the getting the saliva in there so it's really interesting how it works works and in his time frame. It's like you get pain and discoloration in the immediate area in the first hour and the wound goes goes ahead and clots and then by our five you're having like up to one hundred and three degree fever and vomiting dementia joint pain things that would normally armley accompany fever by the eighth hour. You get numb parts of your body and the infected area so the blood flow is moving away from your hands thousand feet and the infected area towards another part of your body probably the brain. No it's a since it is chewing up the brain cells and you get like a fever in excessive one hundred and four degrees so it's making it to where you are not really lucid and you're getting dementia and you don't have any muscular control and then our our eleven paralysis overall Numbness and slowed heart rate and it does specify paralysis and the lower part of the body which makes sense and and then you're in a coma by our sixteen hour twenty your heart stops you have no brain activity and then by our twenty three you get reanimated so within a day. Essentially these bites are killing people in the Max Brooks Universe and I like how he really likes out for us so we know the type of Psalm. Beep that we are looking for and it's a lot more I don't know I like the he kind of the basic science. It's really fun. It's very very reminiscent of rabies and ring viruses and thread viruses. I think it's fascinating. I took molecular and cellular biology in College College and a lot of it just makes me really excited. Because I'm like okay. I see where you're coming from with this. You have thought about this a lot. So in the Max Brooks Universe universe. He also kind of talks a lot about avoiding the dead and then if you can't avoid them than how to fight for them he also also breaks it into like different classes of outbreaks so class for outbreak is like your doomsday scenario. Where everything is shifting zombies favor and they're more likely to win so it's very similar to land of the dead and that way but as he goes on he's like you you know these are good places to hide these bad places to hide? Here's why you might want to try an oil rig. Here are the limitations of the oil rig here the environmental limitations chance. Here's what happens. We have these types on BS. And he's also. This is where you should go out and you know. Send people out and as a forensic anthropologist think that that's really fun as a concept because it's like how long does it take these bodies with virus in them to decompose. How many waves waves of zombies? Are we looking at so if it takes the first wave this many years to decompose in this climate zone. Then there's this versus that so I've worked in a couple of different decomposition facilities in different climate zones in the United States and it's very interesting. How very different they are? So the one in Texas versus the one in western North Carolina a was involved when really decomposed differently just based on the climate. They're only twenty hours apart by Dr and it's like a five six hour flight. It's not bad at all but it's very different in a a lot of ways. So if you keep that in mind you know cold weather is going to be different. We found wad of preserved human remains and other types of animal remains up up on high mountains and in icy locations because it acts like a freezer where it preserves a lot of tissue in that way so zombies if if you have freezing and thawing events than you could theoretically have zombies that are out there for a lot longer than they normally would be where they're in a very you you know warm wet environment than they are going to you know probably decompose faster whereas if they're in a dry area environment they're going to dedicate more so they're gonNA look kind of like mummies at that point so we think about it and you have to have a lot of actual working muscle tissue in order for them to get around. Because you know that's how our bodies move attell locomotion works in the human body and bio mechanics. You do need muscles for that. You can't just be bone then. They're not going to be able to move around. They might still have a lot of brain matter in there because you can be mostly desiccated on the outside and still have quite a bit of brain matter within the cranial vault. But they're not going to really be able to move around much so I think that's really fascinating and I like how Max Brooks kind of thinks about it all the way around. This is what happens you know if zombies are dead in the water and you know at first bodies are going to float as they have those gases that are omitted admitted from putrefaction and tallest being released. And then you know they're going to sink but also a lot of times you know if you are if you have a body in the water and his decomposing fissure going to eat at the hands the face and the feet. I might not even have anything to grab with but they might have teeth teeth at that point. Max doesn't go that far in depth into it. That's just something I know from my schooling as well but I like all the attempts that he did make him to that and he put a lot of research into it and it's just a lot of fun so he's like you know they could be on the bottom of the water so you need to be careful with that you know if you're in a boat there could still be zombies even if they're not floating and you can't see them. It's fun all around. He talks about the pros and cons of like choosing like a prison. Then for your location versus choosing the Ragu talks about or the boat and how you have to think about things like boat maintenance not only do you know how to drive the type of boat that you have or like steering helming it but do you know how to take care of it because it does matter you have to keep your boat clean. It can get graded from different things that are in the water that are chemically affecting it so overall I really love this book. I I think that if you haven't read it you should totally check it out. It was so much fun and I think that you guys would probably really like it. If you're is in disease as I am mm-hmm are we're going to go another break when we come back. We're going to talk about Zombie. Land and the walking dead the Simpsons Simpson Life and happiness. PODCAST takes you. On a journey of exploration we'll discuss tried and true methods alongside the latest Rennes how to death live your life to its fullest unhappiest rest from psychology to meditation science to self help books the GMC live in happiness podcast. We'll help you to discover what makes you happy and how you can live like being the best possible download the GMC life and happiness. podcast on Itunes stitcher down cloud. Who who play or anywhere? You find podcasts August just in the search bar and the last three were talking about these survival guide by Max Brooks author of World War Z.. As well and how. He kind of goes in depth as to what to expect in different scenarios for a Zombie Apocalypse Lips. It's both humorous but also very well thought out and it's a lot of fun so I highly recommend you check it out now. We're GONNA talk a little bit about Zombie. Land hand versus the walking dead. Shep I really love both of these movies and shows these universes and very different from each other. Samba land is very funny. But it's also you know very heartfelt and human and a lot of ways whereas the walking dead is about about how people lose their humanity as they try to survive in a world with the undoubted so that one is way more dramatic and we have rick asking questions like how many people have you killed. How many zombies have you killed me Walker? Should be killed before he you know really lets people in. He ends his big three questions. And when Rick does that it really just shows how people don't trust each other anymore because you can't theoretically in a lot of Zombie Apocalypse Khalip situations or any apocalypse situations really. You're going to see a lot of degrading of eroding being I suppose erosion of our humanity where we don't have these cultural mores to hold us accountable anymore. You know who's afraid of cops. In Zombie Apocalypse Apocalypse. Cops are like your last concern at that point. You aren't worried about being held accountable for your crimes. You're just worried about surviving from day to day and it doesn't matter who you have to you know hurt or who you have to manipulate in order to make sure that you and yours are taken care of. It's really a reduction back to our base instincts and kind of parallel de-evolution in you know going through it and like a biological type of way where a chemical way whereas the living humans are experiencing a cultural way and its very nature nurture in in that aspect which I absolutely love and you're just kind of seeing it happen parallel. So they lose their humanity by losing their higher brain functioning particularly you know that frontal lobe but these other people who were still alive. It's happening to them culturally. They're learning experience that they cannot don't trust anyone anymore. You have people in the walking dead like at the terminal who are being cannibals and hunting people you you have the governor telling everyone that this is a really safe place to be but it's not you have people lying to you and saying that they haven't been bitten when they have and then they die in the middle of the night while everyone's sleeping and people who should be on guard aren't actually paying attention and like a real Tora Tora Tora type of scenario and you end up infecting everyone. And it's just mayhem so you can't trust anyone to tell you the truth you can't trust anyone not to turn earn on you or steal your food or kill you or assault you and anyway and it's very interesting to me how these characters go along and and really approach this differently. So in Zombie land. You know we have wichita and her little sister. You know scam the guys early on. They're like Oh these these two harmless women their kids pretty much. They're not going to do anything to hurt us. And they immediately take all their guns and their their car is well that really nice Humvee so the really nice truck and stuff that he has and they get that big old yellow humby Zombie hand still the steering wheel so that can be you know a lot of fun in a lot of ways. I like seeing the girls. Use their own advantages to their advantage. They're like okay. This is how I am perceived by other people and so I'm going to use that to my advantage at this point right and you know men think that attractive so I'm going to go ahead and get this over on them. I have acting skills. I'm going to use that in Zambia apocalypse to manipulate others. And get what I need. It's very much a natural progression. I think of reverting back to our animal instincts and focusing mostly on self-preservation in different ways tallahassee enjoys killing all these Arby's because he lost someone who was was very important to him because of zombies and we see our main character played by Jesse Eisenberg just being kind of soft often like a whole families. Okay and then. He kind of slowly comes to the realization that you know family is also what you make it. In this post apocalyptic world were there. They're still in the middle of the pack the apocalyptic world and then you see how different people from different social classes react to it. This this kid has made his own rules. Columbus Jesse Eisenberg's character and has his. He's like you know these are the things that keep me alive I gotta do Cardio Cardio I gotTa make sure. I'd double tap all that jazz and it's fun to see him. Kiting zombies too so we KAI end Zombie Games like video games and I really enjoyed seeing that actually happen on the the TV show or the movie rather it was a blast to see that actually addressed in a movie. And it's really similar times when you're fighting these zombies but it can be really necessary or when you're playing call of duty black OPS zombies. ABC's the second one in you just like blow one of their their legs often. It's the last one so he has the to crawl around. You GotTa Crawler so that you have time to go to the random box and stuff like that. There wouldn't be a reason to you know. Blow one of their legs off to go to the random box here. You would just go ahead and kill Zombie. Zombie land or the walking dead but overall Rau- I found it was really fun and kiting was a good way to illustrate that and be funny while at the same time being like. I'm in danger. Mike Ralph from. It was Simpson's so I really liked Zombie. Land A lot. You know people still having hope in the middle of all the crap. It was also really nice. Like Wichita knows that it's probably not gonna be really a haven Pacific playland bet. She's trying to preserve preserve her little sister's innocence for as long as she can't any semblance of it her childhood trying to help her hold onto that as they're growing up in the apocalypse together and I think that is really beautiful. We see the opposite happened to Carl in the walking dead where Carl is. Just you know Karl that kills people like He. He has put down his mom and everything. And it's just so rough as we watch Carl really be representative of everyone. Losing his humanity along the way whereas little rock still gets to be a kid for quite a bit of it she gets to be upset by kid things and hope for kid things. And that's very fun when it's juxtaposed with Carl Carl in the walking dead now in the walking dead. I really liked the comics graphic novels. La Better than the turns earns that they took on the show in many ways. I was a really big fan of Andrea and also Shane in the comics and they did my girl dirty. I'm really upset about the offscreen death the Andrea got and how they made her kind of inept in poor judge of character and a lot of ways she was supposed supposed to be with wreck and she was supposed to make it through at least one more story arc but you know whatever. They decided to go ahead and get rid of her. I also love Laurie as an actress. Because the lady who played Andrea she was on the X. Files Marita Covarrubias and I was so stoked to I see her on there so they crushed me when they kind of gave her that offscreen so rude but also I really like Shane. Allot and the comex. Shane is a much more sympathetic character. They kind of made him more of a one dimensional bully in the the TV show and in the in the graphic novels and stuff. Shane was really cool. And you kind of feel bad for him. Let's face it you guys Lori is a real tone of walking dead. That woman caused so many problems and the lied so much she. She comes a lot of problems. But I digress. LAWRY's like my least favorite character doesn't matter anymore she's dead so there's that I do think that they did a really good job with is casting. Megan though Oh my gosh. I Love Jeffrey Dean Morgan. And anything he's been in. He played my favorite character from watchmen the comedian comedians. Only in the graphic novel and the movie for about ten minutes but he has more depth of character than any of the other characters and Jeffrey Dean. Morgan really brought that to lies. That man is brilliant and anything. He's ever been eleven. Is Thomas Wayne. I love him As the DADS supernatural like Jeffrey Dean. Morgan is absolutely amazing as an actor and I hope to see more of him. In some more speculative fiction as we go forward for Zombie land. I'm really stuck for Zombie into I haven't been able to see it yet. came out while I was out on vacation with my family family. I think so. I haven't gotten to actually watch it but I'm going to see it here in a little bet when it's out on in a capacity where I can rent it hopefully without having to leave my home you guys know how that is but I will be checking out soon so I can see more zombies and catch up with our characters and see what kind of shenanigans against get into also anything that has bill Murray in it. I'm going to love Groundhog Day. Scrooge I loved his cameo appearance in Zombie Land and that man is just absolutely hilarious. I'm so excited that he was in that super bowl commercial as well literally anything. Bill Murray then I will watch. You are going to go on another break when we come back. We're GONNA talk a little bit about what dreaming about zombies means just for fun the Golden State media concepts travel podcast. The show that gives you advice on everything travel weeks weeks four places. You've always wanted to go as well as giving tips were traveling in those blazes. We'll give you advice on the backsides for travel. Tips Information and discounts. Join us as we travel the world explorer cultures and meet New People the Golden State media concepts travel. PODCAST has got you covered download. I love the GMC travel podcast on. ITUNES stitcher soundcloud Google. Play or anywhere. You find podcast just type GS NC in the a search bar. I talked invest in the last segment. We were talking about zombies land versus the walking dead and how they kind of take a juxtaposed position from each other and how they treat treat elements of humanity and De personalization in these Ambi- apocalypse. Now we're GONNA talk a little bit about what dreaming about zombies might mean if you're like me you tend to go okay yeah. I watched them Zombie movies before bed. Of course I dreamed about zombies. I dreamt of zombies. However you're you know a lot of people like Carl Young think than our dreams are more symbolic anytime? I describe my strange dreams about death which are are very frequent and almost nightly to my buddy Bob. He's like Oh yeah that's a classic anxiety dream and my ex is also very into Carl young and you in his concepts of the shadow versus the ego in addition to concepts of interpreting dreams. It can be really interesting. And he was a psychology major. So that makes sense that he's quite familiar with that. And a lot more so than I was show regardless of whether you believe it or not got it can be fun to kind of explore what it might mean so dreaming about. ZOMBIES is often meant to be symbolic of certain moments in your life. That's what a lot of people interpreted as a Zombie and your dream can be associated with transformation and you oh really things that are bothering us in our life like things that we feel are oppressing us or stopping from getting to what we want to get to so. They're roadblocks whether that be to to romance or to achievements in work or at our personal lives. It can be really fun but also really scary. Sorry so if you're dreaming about zombies and possible apocalypse is then a lot of times it's representative of embarking on a new beginning or you're feeling stressed out so again. Classic anxiety dreams a lot of people about being chased by zombies and some people dream about being surrounded by hordes of Sambas. Carl young referred to zombies and dreams as being like a fantastical dream and he did a lot of work on dream psychology. So so for dreams about being chased by. Arby's those can be you know you're just stressed out and worried. If you're turning into a Zombie in your dreams that it may be linked to having trouble controlling your emotions for dreams protecting your home against zombies. That means a new start if you're witnessing Zombie. Zombie apocalypse also a new beginning. If you have heard of or had a virus that makes people act like zombies. Then that can be new chances. If you're fighting his ambi- invasion it could be misunderstanding. That's happening air life. You're really thinking about it and worrying about it a lot more anxiety. Diety if zombies are attacking. You're you're attacking zombies than you could be worried about something that you're trying to overcome that obstacle. If you just know someone in your dream. I'm who has been turned into his army or bitten by one. They say it could be a lack of understanding if you cut off his head poor relationships. If you kill yourself before return to his ambi- being bitten just says ill-fate. I don't know what that means. That was a little bit vague but overall these are pretty fun. And if you see many zombies ambiance they say it's tough love so some people look at zombies from Biblical and spiritual perspectives. Where we're looking to find peace and the representation of the Zombie is how we are feeling about herself at the time? ZOMBIES are pretty much just people who are dead and that can mean that you're feeling kind of out of control of your current environment. If you like to be in control of things like I do like to know what's going on. I don't like surprises. I don't like uncontrolled four variables just why like to read a lot so I know the things and not caught off guard. Then you might it be dreaming about zombies a lot because they represent a lack of control. The walking dead and a dream really symbolizes a problem or a feeling thing that you can't reach a goal there some obstacle in your path whether that's yourself your Luke Skywalker and you walk into that cave and it's like Oh crap. I am Darth vader. or Oh you know you're just dealing with something in your subconscious. It it can go either way. It's just zombies. If you are dreaming about Zombie viruses viruses. You might just be watching a lot of movies. Zombie viruses and you might feel like you're a little bit overwhelmed or threatened about something going on in your personal personal life. You can also look at it as you know dreams of death causing you to really be associating something negative negative that you're trying to transform and you haven't quite gotten there yet. They say that death in dreams often symbolizes like an inner transformation. And you just need to think about it a lot in order to process it and work your way through it. Your brain is kind of trying to process it. But you're not quite getting there. It's really abstract so thinking about our dreams. Can maybe help us to solve some problems. If you're big into like dream psychology if you have a complete transformation indepth dreams. That's awesome. According to a lot of the literature. They say that it brings a negative association back as a positive one and I'm not leaving a bunch of dead weight in your dreamscapes area that can be better achieved in Lucid Dreaming So love twenty thirteen talks about that a little bit and you can also do dream. Reentry techniques are put forth by wagoner two thousand nine so check out articles on on Google scholar related to that with those authors in those years. If you're more interested in that if you're having like apocalyptic dreams you can look at those metaphorically a lot of it you know a rapid change in your life. It's something that's very dramatic and sudden so a Lotta times we feel like our whole world's changing thing you may have lost job or quit your job but you haven't found another one yet and you're freaking out or you do have a new job and you're doing a career shift or you're just not sure about leaving behind the known of both the good and the bad so co workers that you liked and also job that you hated and stress stress you out but you're going into the unknown into this new job you don't know the CO workers. You don't know what exactly this job is going to be like and it can just be. Do you know about a change in your life. It could be going to start at a new school whether that college or you know it's for you're moving with your parents and your starting at a new elementary school or junior high or high school or you're just moving across the country because your talk you're ready for a change. It's a lot of times referred to is like being significant emotional or spiritual growth and it happens suddenly in in a Lotta ways so it makes us stress out and then we have weird dreams as our brains try to process it so it's really important to also visualize trying to get the world back to a healthy state when you have into the world dreams that can be done with the lucid dreaming. We talked about earlier as well as trying to dream reentry or you can just start a dream journal and really kind of try to process what's going on with your dream world. If you have repeated dreams of the same type. There might be a message in that too. You can think about that in the way that you know this is something that's plaguing you constantly and you haven't really worked on it yet. I have some recurring dreams. Recently one of them changed a little bit. They've been exactly the same for like ten years or more and now it's recently changed because I've been trying to do my shadow work like we talked about in a previous episode. And it's really made me think of things differently and you can see that reflected dream as I'm kind of trying to approach my problems in a different way and the representation of it has therefore morphed a little bit into the dream world now if you have negative attachments or bad habits that you just really can't seem to kick in real life life then might manifest in your dreams as being something that stresses you out and having the zombies pop up so just like we. We have social representations zombies in everyday life they can also be representative of stuff in our dreams. If you're into dream psychology or he might have just watched watched too many Zombie movies before you went to bed. If you do like to look for symbolism though you can see it and season two of the walking dead where Herschel. Oh one of my favorite characters. He was keeping his barn full of walkers because he was struggling to let go of these negative events in his life so his family members and neighbors and stuff being turned into zombies. He wasn't able to let go of his wife or son or his neighbors and he wasn't doesn't really emotionally processing that loss so he was unable to recognize them for what they really were at that point he was seeing them as they were and we're not as they were. He was seeing them as he would have them be and not as they currently were so they were dangerous to people who were still living. They were dangerous to others. They were dangerous to her for himself. So in that way our you know our own habits can be dangerous to ourselves. They can be harmful at the very least and we could be fighting through recognizing that these are negative components and letting them go or letting go of negative relationships in our lives as well so when Shane my fav- goes ahead and opens the barn and goes into attack on the walkers and killing them all like we can look at that a couple of different ways. Ace was Shane trying to be helpful and making sure that everyone was safe or was he just being a jerk. It could be both to be honest. I like to think that Shane was address. Putting the needs of the many ahead of the needs of the few which would be Herschel emotional wellbeing at that time but keeping a bunch of zombies and the barn is not really emotionally. Well anyway it's kind of a bad coping strategy so even though everybody was tense and emotional as they killed all of those zombies that were Hersh's family members and his neighbors the characters all felt kind of catharsis after they were killed off. They felt a lot better because they didn't have to worry about it anymore and it was kind of process. What's done is done at that point? So if you had how to dream and you are transforming dead zombies by burning them then that works that means you are turning a negative into a positive. You're at least getting rid of that. Negative deadweight so you don't have to worry about it anymore. So having these dreams can help you feel more empowered. It can can help you feel like you are fighting your way through something to get through these obstacles and really achieve why you're looking for but they might also just being Zaidi and you might also have just watched too many Zombie Movies and eight spaghetti right before bed. That interpretation is up to you my friend I would love to hear here. You guys is different opinions on it if you have strong feelings about zombies or dreams by hitting me up on facebook twitter instagram at the M. 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Episode 44:  Frozone

Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

1:05:55 hr | 3 d ago

Episode 44: Frozone

"Hey what's up everybody. It's me three time. Pro bowl lavar arrington and i couldn't be more excited to announce a new podcast call up on game. What is point game you ask along with my fellow pro bowler. Tj outta and super bowl champion. Yup that's right plaxico burress. You can only name a show with that type of talent on it up on game. We're going to be sharing our real life. Experiences loaded with teachable moments. Listen to up on game with me. Lavar arrington tita outta and pled toco birds on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast for all the gamers loud with a mon- green is on the air meter sledgehammer. That's batman the gamers. Lao tony spark will look building in an as is blowing up here rebuilding press play Welcome to the gamers lounge and if you have been with us. Since about ten o'clock we are already wore out. Just so you know we are beat up dillon with. Ob s stream labs. You can definitely You stream if you game. No our pain made a rhyme. 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We bring up things that we find out there in the twitter sphere or the internet this and we but we chat about it we give our opinions about it and maybe help you inform you on certain things then we have a fun segment called this or that will do. And that's when we find out more about each other which we have guys on this show you yes a lot about me i say i. I'm open book. i'll let everybody. I layer by in And then we talk about game releases. We have some fun games that we all picked individually that we want to talk about. And let you know about that. You may wanna go download or get. The hard dislike me. I like the hard disk. I don't mind the dalo now if i have to do it. I'll do it. But i like to go get the actual case sometimes special edition where you get a statue with it or something. Yeah you know. I know hit man. That's what i'm talking about. It'd be a nice statute to have that guy. He's a cool looking dude. I remember playing a way back when on pay station police in to And then we talk about. What's on stream all these streaming after that we have. That is netflix. Hulu and they got what picot qube. Dc universe disney plus my favorite hbo. Max max is the new one. I'm getting more into hbo. Max telling you it's the way to go. Yeah a game change. it is jay. We've kept this guy. Winning long enough yet does not let our guest wait any longer. My man is drew frozen his last name. I'll let you said usa but nusa there you go beneath the first third so just a little little street credit on my man. Yeah little clap. Their golf class so he got by first place. Finishes two second place finishes three third place to place finishes. And he's top five in the world in eliminations in warzone and also top five and warzone event earnings. My man drew. what's up man. How you doing good man. Good man thank you so much for having me so with all that those accomplishments that first one because the first one is always special when when you was able to win the first first place in a tournament how how did you feel. Buddy man is like the best thing. Ever 'cause i've never won like a super big tournament ever before but like winning Ah termine i think. The prize was like eight thousand dollars each or something like that so going from like you know maybe a couple of tournaments you know a couple of hundred bucks each like that and then jumping up to like an eight thousand dollar like like winning like eight thousand dollars straight by ben count one of the one of the best ones ever if you kind of feel like you had made it. Yes yes most definitely like the streams and everything we're like going really good and then actually had to play a qualifier to get into that terminate and we ended up winning the qualifiers. We got nine hundred bucks or something for that and then we had to play against. So there's three qualifiers to get in and then we had to play against the other two Winning teams of the qualifiers to get into the big tournament and then we played the big tournament in an environment so it was you know it was a journey to get there but it was like it was like a you know in your face kinda like to other people that you know that was always against game. You never say of time you know it was just a another like hey in your face all those naysayer and description tells you grind against go through right radio to get to an event and finally get there. You gotta climb through the brackets of players that are from all over in ov- it's in person of his virtual. It's what we use that word a lot in this industry i believe grind s a major word. So let me know win. Did you know that you knew that you can compete at the pro level. I think so after that first tournament you know is definitely an eye opener. Mike while like if these tournaments keep happening like we can do really really well you know and just you know. Stay at the same people. Get some like team chemistry and stuff like that So we try to get into another term. That was the next the next month. And we we try to get in the tournament because there is a qualify if not then there's all like the big streamers the big content creators the tournament and we were just hoping like hey one we automatically kind of get into the tournament but they didn't let us so we had to go through. You know another round of qualifiers and then we. They added like katie cap. So like you can only have a team so stocks. I guess the key gap. We had a finding different teammate. The next month tournament again. Against all these other pro players and stuff like that. So i think after the second one was like while we are you know we are ahead of the game. We are super consistent in. These are the first few tournaments that happens In warzone sorta like okay if we win these first few is actually you know this is going set us up really well for you know for the next few months or the next year or you kind of the head of the curve so that second one is really like you know. We're like wow we are you know. We're actually really good at this. We can we can keep doing this. So yeah so that's when you knew you could hang when you could compete at higher levels. When did you. I really get into playing video games. What was their first game. Any of that stuff. What got you into this drew. I think just growing up of always been a big gamer. Older brother was big gamer. So i kind of just followed his footsteps. We played all the game boys. Pokemon drawing of yet We always try to get on the computers and laptops in whatever. And i've i've been just kind of kind of a gamer forever. As long as i can remember. Yeah was there a moment where you're like all right. I want to try and do this professionally. I want to try and make a living at playing video games streaming and being a content creator on. So i think back in two thousand sixteen early two thousand sixteen again called called duty. Black ops three was out. I was playing tournaments in wagers. And that's when i first started streaming and only reason why are streamers because i had a computer and mike you know like kinda negative things can come out of streaming. You can only be positive if people wanna watch me. That's more than people for people want to donate or sauber help me out or whatever that's more than i had before so it's kind of just know i'll just perma sri mont and i'll just go with it kind of a thing. But i think. Cul de black ops series when i first started making a decent amount of money playing tournaments or early. These wager matches You know a couple hundred bucks maybe a night or something that you know over a period of time you know a couple of weeks can definitely add up so think that's when it really was like okay. Let's you know keep our head down keepdriving and keep working like you know you know three four five years you know it. It'll pay off hopefully so when you first start streaming though you're a little uneasy with this right you you don't you don't enjoy it as much or what was it about streaming right away that you weren't particularly comfortable with I think also. I started streaming like so it was like five years ago and it was up until i think for night. I just didn't really enjoy any games at the time Four-night was in my opinion going in the wrong direction in terms of you know my enjoyment of the game in so like i said it just it just felt like forcing myself the play and this is also fulltime streamer at the time. I just didn't like it. You know. I just like i should know. I'm living the dream job. You know having. I have the dream job of gaming streaming in i. I should wake up in love what i do. No matter one in at that time i just i really wasn't in so mike. Okay i'm just gonna go back to work you know. There's guaranteed money. Maybe i just need a little more social interaction And so i was. I was a server at a restaurant. And so you know. I gotta see friends again My my brothers and my sister works still at the time in them more. It's just you know moving around and stuff like that. I think definitely Something i think i needed you know after being like in a rut for a for a little while so getting some new really liked to talk about is the video games so some that we have in common. I'm a big halo fan. I play halo quite a bit. Esa what was your favorite halo title that you play all i think most definitely halo three or halo reach There's a period of time. Where after school means few buddies With sue's home from school. We'd log on the halo and it'd be just go. You know we just play swat or a customer making or And then we'd also you know have like four doors where we'd like give each other fifty minutes to build their own base and then you know we try to each other or be creative or play like the you know. The fan voted maps or the custom maps. That was going to say. I remember the i do miss out for our remember fours. Warford's wars guys John bring you up the up the steam on that it was basically you create your own map and you could change everything from the gravity on the map to the map itself. The boards of your on If you're in the air if you're on the ground. And so i remember playing one forge war where the guy had basically one hundred ninety percent gravity so he basically could not move. Only one person that can move and he had ultimate like shield on so you have to go out but it took you pretty much unloading one hundred rounds or more of a bullets into him before you could get the it's kind of like oddball. Those oddball whoever holds the. I bought this the most point so it was one of those game. It was crazy now halo reach or three and three was what got me going to drew That was the one i was in. Houston houston texan at that and everybody was better than me in the locker room at halo two and i was target practice so i was shot literally by everyone. You know we have match. Showers are quarterback. He was good. He would just smirk at me. And i'm like a amancio. I just picked up the sticks. Relax but it took me while. I did my journey just like you mentioned did that journey and finally got it took about. It probably took a whole season for me to get right in a look in the halo games right there. met shaab. Yeah halo player. He was a helio halo player. Very good shooter. Wow and a frag grenades bounce. And that's where. I learned watching him in some other players. Throwing grenades off walls i was like. Oh they bowed. You can shave that house like what this game as a game changer. Right there go back in a little bit of time machine and your child at there where you started with a few games. One of them being ruined scape and another. Excuse me on another one being diablo. So what was it about those games that you enjoy playing. I think like the biggest thing especially for like room scape. That probably has my most time played out of all the games on one game out of all the games ever played. It's just because there is always something to do. You know you have all these skills in your goals to basically get your skills to ninety nine and it takes forever literally takes forever. So i think one of the best things you know. I always kept you busy. There's always something to do. And it most definitely was a game that i play in like kinda like it was called like a af k skills so like i don't have to necessarily pay attention that much so i can always watch movies or watching videos while streams stuff like that That game and jaba it. Just you know there's always something to do or something to love love or something to move forward in in you know that's just kind of what's oklahoma don how about the name the wringer. How did you get that. How can people call you. That are men. I don't even know where i from could be. Honest i i honestly have no. He came from just a few people started calling it. I guess maybe caught on a little bit but i. I'm not even sure really to be honest because you're that good come on. Drew up your skills man. I seen them. I mean i mean maybe maybe a little bit Rushed to home a a little a little humble. Stay homeboy. that's good. I watched this dream yesterday on warzone and yeah and highlights from a. You know doing my homework on instagram. And some of your one shot ahead shots things of that nature very very impressive stuff i'm striving to do because So my my little background. Quick for you drew for by myself. I'm the head coach of east sports at the university. And we have a car team. So they're getting ready for the season to season doesn't start till february so we got a couple more weeks so i'm sitting there. You know dreaming to just like us a few of my players are like. I wish i could snipe like that without even picking up breathing. Well here we go. We've got the man what's the tip. Give the tip to mont so he can pass area to what is it. What is it makes you so good at that. I just i just don't do anything. Play the game. That is literally. All i do so i mean i just like a lot of people in my streams in videos and somebody asked like how can you improve. How can you get like dude. I just know play like. I guess some people are little a little bit more talented than others. But i think you know you can always work on the skills things like something like you could just pick it up. Pick it up easier or maybe learn a little bit faster than others. But i think over time. Like i mean i almost have like probably like eighty seven days played in warzone and again it's been out not even for about ten months or so so like that's a lot a lot of gameplay and no i stream like two hundred and fifty to three hundred dollars a month so like. That's a lot of time. You know perfecting my craft in just playing a lot. So you know comes on muscle memory and just just repetition. I guess so you talk about all that time that you spent playing these games. Is it a challenge for you to try. And find that balance between honing your craft and then still having a social life and interacting with family france. Is that a challenge to be honest like this last year. It's probably just been a little bit easier because of the covid nineteen thousand and so maybe now it's kind of an excuse not to go out hands friends. You'll miss a couple family things. Or but i've always just been no my mommy's always call me a little hermit. You know just i always like listener ruin lights off you. Don't play video games in It's not hard for me. You know. I don't really get that burnt out things and i'm surprised you know. After ten months of game i really haven't gotten a burnt out but i think it's just because it's definitely been one of the best years for me in terms of streaming tournaments you know Viewership and stuff like that. So i think success in the growth has been very very addicting. So that's why you know. Every single day on a wig up on a stream on a make a video push out this this content knowing all platforms just because it's a really want to take advantage of a whole. You know snowball effect. i guess. But you know. I've always been a little hermit. I guess you know it's it's not too hard for me on us so well. Yeah i was just gonna say at least. Your parents never had to worry about drew. Because they knew where he was what he was doing. he wasn't causing trouble anyway. I say like like us all for sure. So wanna give a shout out to everybody. That's in the twitch local a stealthy well loved the name and my man big beer in the house right now so going down. The line of question for men drew because he's done some great things so you played with a few. I say co of mine. In the last ten years. I played the probably against one of them for sure. A brian iraq pope so i saw that you played with them. You play with them. Frequently quite a bit So as dermot o'brien rocco. They used to play for washing. The team and jamaal charles was the chief. So how who is the better warzone player out of. Brian are akpo and jamaal. Charles i had. I gotta put you on frustrating. You put them on the spot. Because i know jamal i would say yeah i would say jamal and i think jamal is better lou to see him he can. He gets them pretty good sized so yeah he can. he can pretty good size. Is that cool too. I mean that. That's that's obviously a perk for you being a pro streamer and this level. You've got to be able to play with these people that we all look up to. We all see on tv playing professional sports or whatever it may be. That's got a cool right to know you game with brian. rat. Bo jamaal charles. That's cool man. Yeah it's it's Even i told my dad in you know i kind of maybe you put it on facebook just flex its worse. It's it's so cool. Man you know people like you know growing up you know we watch these guys You know like football or whatever it may be you know after plane. You know video games with them like you. These guys are just gamers. You know just just like me and so it's been it's been it's been amazing. It's been so cool. And i think one of the coolest things is. I know golden tate. I've played a lot of warzone golden tear and Blake martinez well on the golden tate. Like you know he'll be on dischord or you'll be my streams like i'll see him like once or twice a week probably just ask players and stuff like that so i guess my boy of golden taste like to play new wars. You know how fun at inside the does he give you a hard time the golden because i no longer i mean i i give him more of a hard time than oh you trash he like was that i just going to say. Are you trash talker. I loved i loved to just. Yeah yeah. I'm a very sarcastic at times. And so maybe some people just thinking a little. Hey real beer. I you know but yeah i mean there'd be times like golden table like gift like five something schuermann by that time. You know that you know that new salary you know. It's flexing their real. Well just giving them. Yeah we could take it and give you hit all the times words included higa exactly exactly all right so one last question here. Then we'll jump into our a rundown of the show here so what's up. What's coming up next for you in two thousand and twenty one in the years to come on so right. Now i think the biggest focus So the last five years. I've been streaming very very consistent but now towards the end of twenty twenty and now into twenty twenty one i really want to focus on being consistent on all platforms except for just which you know you do. Tiktok instagram My goal is to really push out content as consistently as possible. And that's why a higher that team because that's one thing. I'm struggling with right. If she knows all you know. I just needed help. I need help with that. So my goal. For twenty one hundred thousand subscribers. I knew just past like fifteen thousand You know like companies which you know. I was at seven thousand like less than a month ago are about a month ago. So we're moving forward. And now that's the whole point at twenty twenty one i don't want to set any crazy unreal goals but the whole point or the whole goal. I guess is to just keep moving forward. Keep doing the things i've been doing. you know. Try to play with. Other streamers content creators. You know maybe other athletes no wormers just those relationships now build those friendships and just keep keep on keeping on or you got one here could be playing together. That's real quick. Before moved our next segment frozen. I think maybe another goal in twenty twenty one is to get rid of these cheaters. Cheaters that we asked because i've seen you on twitter. You've been talking about the the cheaters in warzone. And i don't know what just handle it from here. This man this khaldoon activision a billion dollar company man with a free to play game and has no anti cheat. Like i just i. Just don't get it. I don't understand it and it's becoming just such a big problem. Because i mean we don't know who sheeting because there's different ways you can see that in people are making thousands of thousands and thousands dollars either on street like you know growing the stream or grow in whatever or planning these tournaments in the the biggest thing is in these tournaments. And you just never know and i think there needs to be in energy but there has to be a reason why does not anti cheat. I just wish that no they come public or you know. Just give us like if there's some transparency you know that's tweet out something you know like there's gotta be a reason why we don't know there's just i ran out and you say you come across cheaters. You see you come across cheaters like all the time when you're playing and even so like how do we know that there isn't some sort of like you mentioned a soft aim before the podcast. How do we know that there's not like a different level of cheating for some of the top competition. Yeah so at that point. I guess you just you just never know unless you know. People get caught red handed but no time. There's not going to be a lot of people that want to call out streamers and stuff like that like there's not a lot of big i don't think there's any big streamer that i don't think shooting it but you know just because they have more to lose you know what's the point of them doing it. You have smart right. Yeah if i play warzone on a daily basis i'm gonna die to probably at least three four cheaters. Every single day be a blessing if finally died a one cheater in a war zone stream of like six eight hours. But it's just. I just have a bad feeling. I just hope that it just doesn't overtake the game and doesn't screw the whole game. 'cause i love wars on call duty but i hope that you know. It doesn't doesn't screw it up. I think transparency would just be like the biggest thing. Just give us a reason. Tell us why or you know whatever it is just a you know. I think transparency with your community of people that drying and play and upload contents and you know i think transparency would be just the best thing you know. Even if you don't have a solution just tell us why. I guess it was up everybody. It's me three time. Pro bowl lavar arrington and i couldn't be more excited to announce a new podcast up on game. What is a point game. You add along with my fellow pro bowler vel man longhair. Mr prince charming himself. Tj pushman zodda end stretch armstrong super bowl champion. Yup that's right plaxico. Burress lavar arrington. Tj hutson's oughta. Go burs all want show shoes. You can only name a show with that type of talent on it up on game. We're going to be sharing our real life. Experiences are real life stories. people loaded with teachable moments. That's the key. This show will break the mold and create a new way of thinking about athletes and sports topics. Listened to up on game with me. Lavar arrington tj cushman's out and pledged to cope burs on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast from two people take over to this this or that. All right so frozen. This is the fun. I save conversation. Yeah not a game but conversation that we do is called this or that so it's basically like saying like would you pick we'll some of your favorites. Obviously call of duty halo. Would it be this. Call of duty or this halo. So that's that's so you know was about to come at you all right so this or that. Here we go indoor wedding or outdoor wedding this or that. Let's start with our guest frozen. Indoor because minnesota's ms seis of i love it. You live in the midwest. you're choosing your wedding for sure. I like outdoor weddings. Though i think they're cool. I think there's a certain if it's on a peach or whether it's like said on that woods or something like that those can be really magical really cool so i'm going to go outdoor wedding Jack i'm going to go. Well i got married outdoors in minnesota drew and it was is late september. So we're we're kind of crossing our fingers that we're going to get a decent enough day and and We did in late september. But i'll go outdoor wedding. Almost i've done both. I've done on the beach. As well. and covert to weddings. I went through during covid our experience there. So right there. I'm gonna go indoor because then you control the elements. Yes in how a wedding that can give completed because the wedding on the beach almost got took out by some high waist. Just so you know he was. A cousin is a family cousin. My cousin and family down and it was on a destination wedding jer down in Believe it like Kuhn or somewhere and we high ways almost took the bride and groom must fun viral video. A hell of a story to tell the kids one day this or that guy's nba all star weekend or mlb. All-star break You know i can start with this Nba is so much fun. Because i love the dunk contest that the three point contest now i would say over the last couple years the dunk contest three point contest. The names that are in those have definitely gone down down down because yeah for years. We've always wanted to see the king in that we've wanted to see lebron james. It won't ever do it now. Major league baseball star weekend homerun derby to me is cool to watch. But i don't really like to watch the actual all star game so to me. I'm going to go on the. I think it'd be as just cool frozen. What you re definitely grew up on watching a lot more baseball and we've always watched the home run derby or the all star game and i just me personally. I've just never been a basketball fan. So i'm just going with the baseball. Mlb you haven't had much you root for their minnesota. I don't blame you I'm gonna go with nba all star weekend. Because i just think the whole events surrounding it are so far i listen. I think the home run derby blast the way. They've changed the rules. It's really fun But i don't know man there are some of the bigger names sometimes like did the dunk contest is fun. It's gotten fun again in three point. Who want to see like steph. Curry shoot threes. How about you. i'm on. I'm going to have to go for nostalgic. Some sensible as a kid watching michael jordan. Dominique wilkins go at gonna. Nba all star weekend and now they have like the skills challenge with the wnba players involve insure teaming up with the nba players. They work as a team on dribbling skills. And all that and like you said three point shootout. That's that's just amazing. Because i've done one. A few events like fundraisers for three point shoot outs. They make it look easy. I'll just say that. A lot of airballs. When i was i was happy. I'm i'm a pro football player. Remember that leaves around ball. Yeah shaped one all right. So the running of the bulls this or that or i don't even know how serious the cheese rolling hill thing. Remember these choice down the hill. What's it called with the glock. Glass sorta don't we know what we're talking about. Show shire cheese rolling. He'll raise you know what we're talking about. Drew that the they chase the cheeses down the hill the most dangerous thing in the history of the world i think it talk about how many concussions and back injuries probably result from that thing. I will take the zoo. i'm taking cheesy. I'm not dealing with a ball. No i'm with you. I would deal with the ball and a bachelor. Acl gone dealing with a board. That might impel in hell in. Impel me with the horn. I think you would take the running of the bulls because you would be able to do some move or stiff arm observers. All john i know but once you go down that hill the hill. Your gravity's can over. Your mind is going but i. I'm forty three now is no my my age limit. This due to my right was used to stiff. Arming brian. urlacher not a brahma bull. Not like seven. Brian urlacher rolled into one. What about you drew the cheese. Health thing i yeah i'd another that. Yeah take acl. We're getting impelled. Those videos del man. Those cheese videos are funny right at speaking of football and bull joker one fix in the twist. Ss stiff arm the ball and then he says and then hick ball hake balls okay. Crazy name this as bulls are gentle creatures. Trust me i know this. I'm a volunteer fireman. So i might do the boring if i take. I don't know what he now. he's not he's lying he's he's totally line. That all right guys this or that helped me out with this. One on deleting old emails or going through the mail mail like like snail mail yeah actual paper mill. You gotta cut open and go through it all just as much junk mail in my actual virtual email than when i look at this daca mill. Pull off the mailbox every day. What is going on so just happen to have my email opener now in front of me open mama to tell you guys how many unready males i don't even twenty eight thousand one hundred and seventy eight. Not doing my. I don't go through that. I got my guys. Nineteen thousand one hundred seventy. No i wanna see. My mind's i met drew you sixty to sixty two. I delete every morning at forty eight so very. Oh maybe two thousand forty thousand. Oh kelly was there my oh wait. Forty eight thousand patients brought this up because my wife she had like fifteen thousand unopened unread emails. And i'm like what this. Don't i wake up in the morning. And that's part of miami. Waking up is deleted emails. Because i don't want to focus. They stack up on you. They send you the deal on this because he ordered one thing one time and then somebody else buys your info and then you got like ten more emails algorithm out there man all right so i don't even sure which one i'm choosing their but i i do not like either of them. I'd rather go through snail mail. I don't know. Yeah i'm deleting them. What are you pick drew. Obviously you're not deleting old emails. Yeah i'd rather just paper right now. i don't have a whole lot. I have all my legal stuff ship to my parents so go. Yeah i just got not as many as paper mill in which in the shit. We got an asian assassin has eight thousand emails not open so drew still the winner forty-eight dozen or wait a minute we got my man big beef fifty five thirty five said. I looked at my mom's phone once and she had a hundred thousand on read emails. Oh my god that's fair. I feel like sometimes the elderly. They don't know how to work technology matter. She's she's not odor okay. I didn't know what sixty right. He's not that and that's a lot a lot of like you. Just let it whatever. Whatever glad ago. Yeah yes i believe. All right guys read down red dead redemption or fallout I say i'm i'll take some i. I definitely read their redemption to one end to play both of them. I'm in the middle of read their too right now trying to the cowboy. Rpg game so y'all just bring al up on it. And i would say there. I know could fall out is a deep. Commitment is serious Game epic game. As i would say a lot of stuff you gotta do in fallout now but it is still a great game. But i'm gonna go read through. I'm going to follow just because like you said it is very deep game and i like those games. You know. there's always something to do. You know it's a deep deep grind. So that's going to take up any spare time. I have you know it's a game that you know hopefully enjoy. I think i've played it a little bit but not too crazy. My brother senator was amazing. So i'm gonna follow. Yeah i've i've heard good things about fallout as well red dead. I had so friends that play that game. And i never got into it. I don't know why i'm gonna go follow. Just because i haven't played yet but eventually tackle this all right guys moving on this or that do what we settle on ebay or oetzi. Is that where we're going with. Visit the final ebay or at sea Let's start with band may lucky Bubba bubba i don't use ebay ever anymore. I used to use it all the time. I don't know why of phased out. I think just because amazon's their resell a lot of things on oetzi. Either buying little handcrafted items okay. This is probably horrible to say. But i'm always the guy that says he's horrible. Thanks isn't that. See for women. Dude who i sorry get beat up here. Is that just a stereotype. Job kick thrown into that. Am i getting fired for se. I think like growing up like we're always told like ebay was like kinda sketchy and like you never truly people on like ebay or craigslist or something and so i think we'll think they got pay pal involved in so that definitely helps things after that for a while but i think at sees no more creative personalized in more unique items that you know you can get for you know a gift or anything like that. So i'd go. That's so you do use see drew so what you're saying at least once in a while. I okay so i got. I got so i went on. Su for my for my dad. My brother and my sisters christmas gift. Yeah no i. It's like a box that we could have got their name on it but it has like You know a couple of cocktail glasses. You know the big thing that holds some you know the the the alcohol and like you know those. Little metal cubes are never. Yeah i was just going to say that's perfect for gifts. I've bought gifts off oetzi before. It's awesome mr pretty cool for that as a i'll may be also chimed in where you get. Those custom. handmade custom gifts like drew. Why john that you. Maybe i'm confusing azi with pinterest. I don't admire be more for me. Bribe e nba ebay. Yeah that was my hustle on. I i retired from the fbi. And also you know what. I was buying on ebay. What among green jerseys no g. shock watches was addicted the by g shocks. 'cause i was like okay. I've done playing. I can't buy the expensive stuff. No more let me just settle here in about two to three hundred dollar range of watching i was i had. This is one. This is the newest one. But i got i had a. I had done at least thirty. Okay that's not bad. I won't vote between giving away to the kids and selling them on ebay. I got i got. This is going to be bad. At this rate. I have a thousand by in ten years and i just stopped cold turkey. Okay i'm gonna go with ebay. Because i'm into sports cards and i'm selling sports cards on ebay right now because it's spun with ebay and yes they do have paid pal drew so it is a little bit more Less sketchy i guess. All right final this or that fellas outgoing or shy. So is this just in terms of in what respect on like your like your personality now. Are you more outgoing or shy. Say for what. I do as a job obviously definitely outgoing. Because i have to be doing stream drew drew and you know i mean when you streaming you gotta be talkative. You gotta be that but i will say my natural impulse is to just chill. Landa cut not say a whole lot. Yeah that shy guy in the back because sometimes shy guy gets the pretty girl about you. I'm most definitely. I'd say more going. Most of the time but i mean i'm the same way like i'm outgoing when i need to be but you know if if i'm doing anything else i'm just i'm chilling. I'm hanging out. Yeah don't have to talk if i don't have to know exam. Yeah i'm i'm not route. Yeah i was you guys do with this. And then what i do for an actual job on the radio. I have to be very outgoing. But i always feel like once i walk out of the studio. I am just the most introverted person known to man i just. I don't talk very much to people. I just got to do my own thing. So i'm with you on this. Yeah i think around friends or people. I know really well. I'm i'm usually going but even around them sometimes. If we're playing on a friday night you still there john. What are you doing like sometimes. I'd just like to eavesdrop. I just like to be part of the conversation. But but so i think i'm i think we're all kind of the same boat there kinda shy when off of this thing. And then here's a little bit more grant. Yeah exactly exactly they that all right drew you coming on thanks to answer our questions participating in this or that you are welcome and yeah our send you my Gamertag and then we could leak us her also war zone on the tainting the other guys have all to then probably how yes sir. I wanna see them out. I mean let's go. Let's do it. All right mass. Thank you coming into the gamers lounge hanging out with myself. Bent john messia later. Thanks drew thank you. Ask so you brought this up. Got cyberpunk is still say working through things and got you know little essay disgruntled employees going on with the The fact that the game was actually supposed to be released in twenty twenty two and obviously it's twenty twenty or two thousand nineteen. It came out last month in december. So interesting you know. Now that it was more we find out it was more a shock to the actual coders and everybody developing the game. Yeah so if you read this article that i found that we can send us a v our social channels as well but there was talk that this game they. We're going to start working in this game. Like in back in twenty sixteen. They're really didn't start working on it till twenty nineteen ish two thousand eighteen somewhere in there and then when there was talk or actually Cd project red made the announcement that the game would come out on april sixteenth. Twenty twenty bands where he laid but internally some members of the team coach scratched their heads and they were wondering how could they possibly finish this game by then at one person is quoted as saying that they thought the date was a joke based on the team's progress at that point they expected the game to be reading twenty twenty. Two developers created memes about the game getting The laid making bats a one. It would happen. So the internal team working cyberpunk twenty seventy seven. They were like there's no way in hell. This is going to be ready by april sixteenth. Twenty twenty right. How does this happen. Why does it happen. It's probably it sounds to me. Like parts of departments did not communicate very well. You know where it shouldn't. Yeah we know the business is getting a big tent pole game or big say aaa game out there. And it's been talked about for years you you bring in kiana res and he made the big announcement at com at a three two thousand nineteen. So you have a lot of fan and build up behind it. Sure so then now head of departments are like oh man we gotta make this happen because we're seeing everybody because everybody like i said he honorees he does does he doesn't do nothing. That's not successful. Yeah so he's gonna bring in his fandom. Which i'm part of the phantom of what he's over his lifetime and Acting career you know for matrix to bill. And ted's excellent adventure john wick and then now this white man. He's getting into the video game game now. Basically knowing that they basically say spoke. They've they kind of shot themselves in the foot and other words and then there's also quotes and reports in this article about how they They tried to staff to quickly that in hire enough people to deliver on the ambitious open world there was language barriers with some of the people brought in secrete. The game speaking polish while other spoke english you know which cost obviously major troubles and then let's not forget we're still in the middle of this world pandemic so it's like cd project read. They just weren't on the same page. Yeah and what's it sounds like to me is basically. This is the response from those who were basically you know getting caught like the developers of the game. Basically right. they're getting all this negative pushback abon wise the game so crabby. Why's it so many glitches and now they're saying. Hey let's get the real story out here. You know what i mean like. This is something that was supposed to be ready in. Twenty twenty two we got rushed. What do you want us to do. Like you can't rush something in expected to be perfect. And i think this is kind like that that other side of the story. That's coming out right now and like drew mentioned be having accompany the publisher developer at transparency. And they're being honest and showing that there were mistakes made and make the shore. You know from what you saw with playstation because they got to work with the companies actually producing a game distributing the game microsoft playstation. You know not reimbursing right away but then later on say okay. Yeah we'll give you a full refund if you're having Glitches with a game. So it just something that looking forward. They should've known. Especially when cova all right you saw what. Microsoft day with halo infinite. They pushed out off till the end of this year. And we still don't have a date. We just have a gray area of december of two thousand twenty one right and maybe twenty is still in. This is not solid yet. That's what cd project should have done. Took the well. You saw what they did and did the same thing and and it sounds like All these issues kind of Snuck up on all of us and we didn't hear so much about it. Because cd project read. They were the studio behind the witcher three which came out to critical acclaim that popular gate airy popular game software. Tv show coming out at the same time. As all these issues were sort of you know bubbling up with the creation of cyberpunk twenty seventy seven so that kinda got slid under the rug because cd project read was so you know they were out there touting their success with the witcher three so now that we see this article and we see all these reports. We really shouldn't be surprised that we're seeing all these issues. Cyberpunk twenty seventy seven the recipe for something not working. It's like the perfect storm. Yeah you know we were sitting in a state where you know you're looking at what we're watching. Tv in terms of nfl. His playoffs a good team. That goes all the way through that to the super bowl. They have all the things working a team. That doesn't have that going is a team that we see that struggles You know so speaking from you know coming from the world. I come from more. You don't have that communication then you on top of that. You might get injuries. You got all this other stuff to win the whole beauty of trying to have a team doesn't work it and we as what we kinda see here with the say not the downfall but this the struggle of cyberpunk you know having that fanfare coming in but then this going down a little bit because of all the glitches and all the the paybacks and there to be issued because the game not working properly so john some is like i'm writing my neighborhood here talking about healthcare and gamers getting tested on the topic of sleep and gamers and health and ought so. Take us down that road buddy. Okay so. I saw this tweet about east sports players. And there's some research put out on professional sports players from australia. South korea and the united states and some of the key findings of this study is that the sleep duration of these e sports pros six point. Eight hours experts. Say hey seventy nine hours is what you should be getting very so. They're getting less than the recommended. Daily allotment asleep these e. sports pros from these Australia south korea. The united states. Sleep timing three forty three. Am to eleven twenty four am. That's kind of the range of when they're going to bed waking up and that impacts your mood and they recommend sleep interventions with with some of these gamers. Here's what i'm gonna say to with. This is that if you are going to bed at three forty three in the morning and waking up at eleven twenty four in the morning you're not able to lead a normal life when it comes to interacting with other human beings. That's what they yup. Yeah and our natural sleep cycle is from. Obviously terms of time is seven eight hours as an adult right but usually going to bed between the hours of nine eleven o'clock. Do you wonder why that is terms of gamy. No ma'am rooms of y you know. Oh between six eight hours of sleep whenever that number brady why is it. That are normal. Sleep cycle is going to bed when it's dark and waking up what why is it is because of the sunlight so our body so we we know wants to sunset. Our bodies just naturally go into basically. We're going into a small. Hibernation can wants to sunset usually eat dinner between win five and seven sure correct then after that your body starts digest and then you settle down and you watch either. Tv movie homework. Do some work usually between eight and ten o'clock. That's where you kind of feel that sleep. Basically that sleep mode kind of hit you. Yeah and so that is just are natural they call it the circadian rhythm yes because of sunlight the humans since the time since the basically dinosaurs in caveman. That's what we lived on and how we basically either you know woke up. Went to sleep. Went to be a for you know. The hunter gatherer all that so his way back to now but now we got. We went from hunting and gathering wins. The soon as the sunset is no light. You may be a fire or torch or bonfire now. We got electricity. We got video games. We got cell phones. We got computers that we could be up all hours of the night keeping that rhythm open emmys given our pupils dilated and our brain functioning to a time. Where is is malfunctioning. You know and so is this. Why and that's why you see the things that we got. You ordered the game or glasses and now you fill in the difference when you learn them. When you're you know you don't you don't gain as much but you on the computer a lot that saint once you when you mess with that. Then you start feeling other things while on off in your life Daily i say day by day ever since i got these blue light blocking glasses. I haven't wearing them for months now. I feel like. I'm tired at the same time every night. Yes i have had the same result. I feel like. I'm sleeping better right away. It's it's remarkable. I wear these at work. And then when i go home for the final couple hours before i go to bed boom these come on. I try to put this down the device. You know the phone. The tv's usually on but it's amazing and i don't know if you listen. I something real reels happening here or if it's just kind of a placebo effect i don't care if it's a placebo effect working if it's working. It's working evacuate. I mean it's something. That is basically what i tell people. Because you know are are trained. Pay attention to trish. And so i get a lot of people. Ask me a mind. What do you do to stay in shape. What do you do to be a full energy. And all that stuff. And i'm like well for one. I just start by getting seven. Eight hours of sleep is no. I'm not taking no supplements. Do drink a protein shake coat maybe twice a day. I do work out daily. But i do this. They'll because we're program to do that. This thing about when we were kids were an elementary school to middle school. What did we do. We wake up e br actress head to school. You do first session two classes. You can go to recess. You run jump. Climb the tree go to monkey bars. Whatever swing on the swings. You go back in the classroom for a couple more hours. Come from lunchtime. You eat do the same thing. Jump on the monkey bars play kickball play football play basketball go back in class for another couple of hours. Then you go home. That's when then now you go home now. You either going straight home to do homework and then do your chores and then go to bed or i for me. Football baseball basketball. Go play again. Go play outside. ride my bike get in trouble. But then usually at that time they've been mentioned eight nine and ten o'clock. That's when i've energized my tapped out right so you naturally also. I learned that as a kid and i remember that i think that's where adults miss sometimes being so active during the day. Yep 'cause you let work you let video games. Some video games is a good thing but sometimes you let it come in and forget to plan it accordingly. Because i remember when i first came out of football. I wasn't just gaming literally from sunup to sundown. I will give myself. I'll put in my calendar iphone two hours of halo two hours of matt in two hours. It is in and i was done. So that was six hours a gaming during the mid part of the day then after that then tune tuned down and turn off once it got to nine ten eleven o'clock and every now and then i do it. Three am run. Okay you know. Every every blue moon on saturday trust me. I'll go for three. I'm not saying. I never do it. Yeah you can't consistently do it. I remember when i got back into this thing and me and my buddies reply and we were going to like one one thirty in the morning. And i then i tried to go to sleep and my brain was no. You're not sleeping yet man. You're just playing video like it was hard for me to sleep. And so i think that's important too to find that balance of putting it down letting the body get ready for sleep and then sleeping because it is really important that that study talks about how you know. Depression and mood. The mood is altered in gaming. If you're if you're getting less than the required amount so that was the that story down tickets to wessel. What's onstream rewind. My brain is now working. Ro ro row your boat gently sorry. Excuse me it's time for what's on stree- oh man see right there. I'm this monkey. I'm functioning on buff six hours asleep. I'm at the minimum right now. So that's why a bumbled through that last comment but what's onstream so i'm on into american guts it. You can find an on stars and prime video. So is a recently re released ex con named shadow. He meets a mysterious man who calls himself mr wednesday. I want that. I wanna be mr friday or saturday. I think that's pretty dope though for real so mr wednesday and who knows more more who knows more than he seems to know about shadows life and his pass. This season. three three just started on prime video. I watched this. When i went back on the beautiful granddaughter. Me and my step sister. We sat there and watched it. And i'm like. I always wanted to watch it because i've seen the previews for season one. Two three just started. And it's a pretty cool thing is basically new gods. So you say about you. Know god's kinda like greek mythology so those type of guys versus the The older guys versus the newer. Gods so i guess. Twenty twenty guys different than the guys has been around for another millennia. I don't know check it out. It's pretty cool Show but like. I said you could catch it on stars the stars up or prime video so you talked about this last week and i wasn't here s okay. John wants to jump on board with this one one division. So i'm caught up on all the marvel movies i've seen everything i was so excited for one division over the weekend. I finally got the chance to sit down and watch this. And i'm just utterly confused. I mean i now. I understand where they're going. Because i read articles online and everything. But there's not a lot of explaining why we're starting in the nineteen fifties in this black and white world with wanted vision right. I so my best answer to that question. Then are you gonna just spoil it. Because i don't wanna hear it. No okay. i'm going off to infinity. War so the war we found out there was time travel and multi versus so it was so i read a little clip in our co pilot a month ago. That mentioned that this is where we're on divisions in one of those tr- time travel spurts that we didn't see during infancy and war in in game so it was just. It just happened. So it's kinda like what star stall saga all is role. One was a story of the crew that hijacked the death the death star plans to learn how to blow it up and then eventually got to lose guy and the crew so it was one of them side stories that we've never talked about in in gaining nfl war and that they'll just inserted as the marvel universe lore. Yeah and to me. I think i read this john. I don't think it's going to be spoiler for you but nothing about it. I tried to keep it that way. Okay i read that one data so upset about what happened to so now. She's created because she lost vision. Ride direct die. Sorry john so she's created this alternate universe ultimate world where she and vision can live together but now as we saw at the end of episode two. Because you've seen up so to. We see where that love the wanted to. So we see the beekeeper you're drain. Yeah so supposedly that is hinting about what's gonna happen with is at. Am i or a name. Aim a and you're right a right. Yes and so supposedly. It's a hint about what's going to come. That's a group of scientists. So what i'm really excited about with. This is because when i saw the preview. I there's like this is weird and different and it's not like your typical. Here's the superhero story line. I'm in. I like that. And i've watched the first two episodes and i'm waiting for it to make sense. You know what i mean like. I'm giving it the benefit of the doubt. Because i was like yo mike. I'm not sure how we're starting here. What exactly is happening. But that is the part of the show so far that i like i like that. I don't know what's happening. And i think there's going to be that episode. It's going to be that moment can be okay. I know exactly what's happening. I know what's going on. And so i'm looking forward to that. But how many do we know how many episodes this series is by the way. I think they're releasing them. Weekly taking a page out of mandalorian. Yeah i liked that show came off of what streaming service disney plus. He put away their only. Why is that the way to do it. I want to sit down and binge. Because then you're banja done in two days come up with more content. Is your job at this this strings it out. So we're talking about it for ten weeks instead of two days. Exactly the smart about that. But i thought that was the benefit of streaming services. I was going to get it all know right away donkey but disney plus the only one that does it. They're smart hayler disney. All about does it about kid. Movies h bottleneck in. I mean an hbo. Show that out. And it's there yeah but that's not a streaming. That's like me watching cable tv. Which i grew up doing what i'm saying is is what i love about streaming services. They give me all the content. Now i choose one to watch it. You don't tell me. I'm getting one episode of week. I can watch twelve in a row is like give me the older and they matombo You know you gotta wait a week. Here's my last thought on this. One division nine episodes total. We've already gone through two of them and we know nothing. Let's let's exact. That's what i'm afraid. I'm afraid we're going to be a third of the way through this thing this upcoming friday and war. We're gonna know anything like to wait. A man what they have going for them is is that this off of the marvel universe the marvel franchise and so no matter how much the show sucks. People are still going to go there and droves to watch this and see what happened exactly so john tickets to game releases all right. Let's do the game releases time for that game releases game releases. Release it is. Is that your dog. Anybody got a dog in there. I was definitely not my so the game. I'm talking about fun game. I mentioned earlier in the game. I played it was hitting hitman. One and two on playstation two so hit man three is headed you got aged forty seven returns as a roofless professional hitman in hitman. Three the most important contract of his entire life embark on an intimate journey of darkness and hope in the dramatic lucien to the world of assassins trilogy. Death awaits so. It's out on all consoles and i believe pc's xbox playstation playstation five xbox s series or series x switch and his own stadia. Could hopefully you pre-order. It is out today. That means you've 'priority probably like are missing. You've got nice statue or something I got so many. Rpg's right now. I'm not even thinking about that. I'm working through cyberpunk as i can work due to glitches red dead one last of us too. So i'm not even think about purchasing it. But i'm telling you go check it out if you're hitting fan like mike myself. It's a fun game. You get some snapshots in so been john. What you got on all right. I got gravity heroes this week and the pi or pc playstation four xbox and the switch that is out january twenty seconds. And it's got hearkens back to games. That i play when i was really young Gravity heroes it's a fast paced beautiful two d arena shooter set in the midst of conflict between humans and synthetics. It's up to you. The player to combat hordes of robotic emini enemies in amis emmys enemies every house or getting more sleep by controlling gravity collecting power ups and picking up weapons to change that side of the battle. So it kind of reminded me like classic arcade games like Invaders galactic michaelangelo ago. Yes i could never pronounce it as a kid. I can never gallagher. I still can't so yeah. Sound like the matrix you said machines and loves yano told you easier dude anyways. Yeah so my pick this we game releases. Gravity heroes out january twenty seconds on the ps four xbox and the nintendo switch. I'm going with ride four. Ps five xbox ex and so it's a A motorcycle game basically amonte ride. No what no. I'm simulating motorcycle. Two hands go right for. I'm by the way watching. This looks pretty sweet. Ride for brings a challenge to a whole new level of realism. Hundreds of bikes tracks in writing gears replicated to the finest detail with the most advanced technologies. Know we've heard about this haptic feedback with the ps five special. Is it as far as how do you describe what that's like because this. This dual sense advanced. Haptic feedback with ride. Four is the take you to new tactical and sensory heights right. What they sell the new haptic experience is basically. When you feel something you don't expect to feel the first time you are. Oh what was going on. And then you've is just the controller. Basically it feels like the controllers ally and is reacting to you touching it it. So that's how the best way. I can explain it is it. Is it like like is rating is awesome. It's a weird feeling You like we're getting. There will almost be ready player one soon where we have full immersion. Yeah we're getting. I'm reading the book rage player too so they got that one. So that's another the book. Yeah they got another part to getting ready so hopefully we could be in that one. That'll be a movie in like five years. Yeah we we margaret. My goal is to get all three of us in that move. Oh even if. I'm just in the background backley's like walking around. Just the sight of what. They called a background character. Yes npc in the video game. We'd be npc care playable perfect But they talk about what that dual sense. The perfect synchronization of the haptic affects with audio feedbacks. I thought that was pretty cool right for boys. We're about out of time man. We out of time. So thank you you too. Yeah all patients that we have to deal with prior to stream but thank you for coming in and listen and watching the mongering gamers lounge back next week with another great guests. Yeah great guests. This guy people call him the bow jackson of sports. Okay baller yes. He's both a Madden player and a nba. Two k. basketball gamer is name is timothy. O'leary and salim. Oh we'll get that figured out next o'leary he's also one himself an sp yes yeah. There's a lot to tua. Larry about next week guys. You can find us from the socials. Facebook twitter instagram. ag underscore gamers lounge podcasts. Where ever you find those podcast wanna give shout out to apple podcast. Please go find as their rate review us. It's going to help us do so much more. We wanna keep bringing you some of these amazing guests. We started with this week with frozen so you can help us. Rate review us apple podcasts. Do a man. Ben just said please come back to a migraines tv and mine res gamers now if if you don't is going to tackle you or stiff form you so or artemije go sniper on right hit-men boy or warzone peace out. They give it to an industry. It was up everybody. It's me three time. Pro bowl lavar arrington and i couldn't be more excited to announce a new podcast call up long game. What is point game. You add along with my fellow pro bowler. 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Dr. Seuss' "How The Grinch Stole Christmas!" read by Keith Morrison

Dateline NBC

09:56 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Seuss' "How The Grinch Stole Christmas!" read by Keith Morrison

"How the grinch stole Christmas by Dr Seuss? Every who down in Whoville Light Christmas a lot. But the grinch live just north of Whoville did not the grinch hated Christmas whole Christmas season. Please don't don't ask why no one quite knows the reason it could be as head wasn't screwed on just right. It could be perhaps shoes. We're too tight but yeah I think that the most likely reason all may have been that his heart was two sizes too small but whatever. The reason is hard or shoes shoes. He stood there on Christmas Eve hating the WHO's staring down from his cave with a sour grinchey frown the warm lighted windows below. The town for he knew every down in Whoville beneath was busy now hanging mistletoe. ARETHA and they're hanging stockings. E snarled with a sneer. Tomorrow is Christmas. It's practically here. Then he growled with his grinch fingers. Nervously drumming. I must find some way to stop Christmas from a main for tomorrow. He knew and all the WHO girls and boys would wake Breitner lead. They'd rush for their toys. And then oh the noise. Oh the a noise noise noise noise. That's one thing. He hated the noise. Noise noise no choice. Then the WHO young and old would sit down to a feast and they'd Feast on they. Feast feast feast feast feast. They would feast on who pudding and rare who rose beast which was something that grinch couldn't stand in the least and then they do something he liked least of all every who down in Whoville. The tall and this mall would stand close together with Christmas bells ringing. They'd stand hand in hand. And the WHO's would star Dr Singing Sing Sing Sing Sing Sing Sing. And the more the grinch thought of the WHO Christmas Christmas sing the more the grinch thought. I must stop this whole thing. Why for fifty three years? I've put up with it now. I'm more a stop Christmas from coming. But how then he got an idea. An awful idea the grinch gonNA wonderful. Aw Idea I know just what to do. The grinch laughed in his throat and he made a quick Sacchi. 'cause hat and coat. Hello and he chuckled. And what a great grinchey trick with this code in this hat. I'll look just like Saint Nick. All I need reindeer. The grinch looked around but since reindeer are scares there were none to be found. Did that stop the old grinch. No the grinch simply said if I can't find a reindeer I'll make one instead. So he called his dog. Max Max then. He took some red thread and he tied bighorn on the top of his head. Then you load some bags and some old empty sacks zone. A ramshackle sleigh any hitched up old. Max then the grinch said get up and the SLEIGH started down toward the homes where the WHO. ooh Lay a snooze in their town. All their windows were dark. Cliett snow filled the air. And the whose we're all dreaming sweet dreams dreams without care. When he came to the first little house on the square? This is stop number one. The old grinchey clause how's hissed any climbed to the roof empty bags in his fist. Then he slid down the chimney around a tight pinch but if Santa it could do it then so called the grinch he got stuck only once for a moment or two then he stuck his head out of the fireplace flu where the little well who stockings all hung in a row. These stockings grin are the first things to go then. He slithered and slunk with a smile most unpleasant around the whole route and he took every president. Pop guns bicycles roller skates drums. checkerboards boards tricycles popcorn plums. And he stuff them. And then the grinch Berry Nibley stuff dole the bags things one by one the then he slumped to the ice box. He took the feast. He took a WHO pudding he took the roast beast. He cleaned out the iceboxes. Quick as a flash way the grinch even took the last can who hash then he stuffed all all the food up the chimney with Glee and now grandee grinch. I will stop the tree. The grinch grabbed the tree and he started to shove then he heard a small sound like the coup of a dog. He turned around fast and saw a small vittal. Cindy blue. Who was not more than two? The grinch had been caught by this tiny who daughter who got out of bed for a couple of cold water. She stared at the grinch and said Santa Claus. Why why are you taking our Christmas tree? But you know that old grinch was so so smart so slick. He thought up a lie beneath thought it up quick why my sweet little taught the fake sandy claws lied. So there's a light on this tree that on one side so I'm taking it home to my workshop. My dear I'll fix it up there then I'll I'll bring it back here. And his fifth food the child then he patted her head and he got her a drink. And he's Saturday bed. And when Cindy Lou who went to bed with her cop he went to the chimney and stuffed the tree then the last thing he took doc was the log for their fire then he went up the chimney himself the old liar on their walls he left nothing but hooks some wire fire and the one speck of food that he left in the house was a crumb was even too small for mouse. Then then he did the same thing to the other whose houses leaving crumbs much too small for the other whose houses it was quarter past asked Dawn. All the WHO's still bed all the WHO still a snooze when he packed up his sled packed it up with their presence the ribbons the wrappings. The rags and the tinsel the trimmings that trappings three thousand feet up the side of Mount Trumpet Erode with as low to the tip top to dump trumpet Poo Poo to the. Who's he was grizzly humming? They're finding out now that no Christmas is coming. They're just waking up. I know just just what they'll do. Their mouth will hang open a minute or two and then the whos down in Whoville. We'll all cry boo. ooh Hoo that's annoys grin the grinch that I simply must here so he paused and the grinch put his hand and to his ear and he did hear a sound rising over the snow. It started in low then it started to grow but the sound wasn't sad by this sounded Mary. It couldn't be so but it was Mary very he. He stared down at WHOVILLE. The grinch pop is is then he shook what he saw was a shocking surprise. Every who down in Whoville Bill. The tall and the small was singing without any presence at all he hadn't stopped Christmas from coming. It came somehow somehow or other. It came just the same and the grinch with his feet ice cold in the snow. To puzzling and puzzling. How could it be so it came without? Ribbons came without tags. It came about packages boxes or bags and he puzzled with three hours. To lose. Puzzle was sore. Then the grinch thought of something he hadn't before maybe Christmas he thought doesn't come mm-hmm from a store. Maybe Christmas perhaps means a little bit more and what happened then. Well AH in Whoville they say that the grinches small heart grew three sizes that day and the minute is heart. Didn't feel quite so tight. He whizzed just with his load through the bright morning light and he brought back the toys and the food for the feast and he he himself. The grinch carved the rose

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A Dose of (Vitamin) D with Max Lugavere

Sex With Emily

43:58 min | 11 months ago

A Dose of (Vitamin) D with Max Lugavere

"Throw for cheetos and a lot of porn but we all have those moments however if it's too often too much too many processed foods and too much porn you're never going to be satiated and you're always gonNa have a craving and then your overall you're not going to be sexually healthy healthy. I thought was great. I Love Hyper Palatable. Yeah for me I mean because porn is hyper palatable. Like wearing he went in human history would mail. Have I mean not not to say that women don't approve court can appreciate porn either but when history with a male have access to the kinds of bought like all just all the different permutations porn that there are in all at once and by the way like? I'm a male okay. I'm I'm in my mid thirties. So it's like I've watched porn like I I will confess and there are times in my past when I've watched porn and while I think this is pretty common because I have male friends. I've got younger brothers when you're watching porn you're already thinking about the next video that you want to click on while you're watching the current video. What else can I go? Where can I leap from to from here okay? And that's the same thing that I think happens when people are hooked on these ultra processed foods. They're like eating. They've got one mouthful and they're already thinking about the pleasure they're gonNA get the mouthful. Thanks for listening the sex with emily. I'm Doctor Emily today show. I'm joined by New York Times bestselling author and host of the genus life. Podcast Max Luga Eric. Talk about his new book. Genus life and becoming a better healthier version of you. Topics include the hyper palatability food addiction and porn addiction and why they're somewhat similar. How artificial lies affecting our health and our bedroom activities? Why it's important to get the D. Vitamin D? 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With Emily Dot com slash W. E. V. I. E. Love? Is that my car secret? Is they call? You got a boyfriend because my money here. He got his heart broke. Anything kind of cute standard by the women know about shrinkage. Is it common knowledge? What do you mean like laundry shrink not talk about sexual much? Oh my wow well. Fierce Cheryl ground being bad. Emily's not the kind of job you just play. You're listening to sex with emily. We're talking about sex relationships and everything in between for more information check outside of the only dot com check out. Our blog site is exist to help you have better sex and relationships and all social media. It is sex with emily across the board our intentions with emily for each show. Join me in setting an intention I do. I encourage you to the same. So what I mean is when you're listening. What do you want to get out of listening to this episode? How could it help you? Maybe it's I feel as if there's ways I could be healthier in life that can lead to better sex or maybe it's I love to know what environmental factors affecting my health and side. Note my sex life. Mind tension for the show to show you what small simple changes you can make towards a healthier life in and out of the bedroom all right. Enjoy the show so excited. Hi Max Max leave aveer usually I dec- airline like with a bunch of a gaggle of women surrounding you and I'm like Russia gives that AMAC's right now that is he's making it. It's good branding. I guess Max is hot and smart. His book is the G. It's true and kind of a good man like like I don't think you're like on the make after airline gone to having sex with all of them in a way that's not at all no. I'm not I'm I am you know I was raised. Well now that I respect for women you really do. I love Max. Max comes highly regarded from men and women alike. Thank you for being here. And congratulations on your new book. Thank you genius the genius life. That's the name of the book. Is the name of the book. Following your New York Times bestseller genius foods become smarter happier and more productive protecting your brain for life which was really a wonderful book that you wrote. I know because you've out at your mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's and you went on a journey to really heal her. And you end up feeling yourself. Yes yes My mom was sick. She at a young age develop dementia and I had a background in journalism. Alzheimer's is the most common form of dementia. It can get. It can get confusing There's there are different types of dementia. There's vascular dementia which is the second most common form. My mom actually had a very rare form called Lewy body dementia. But because there's a relative dearth of information on Lewy body dementia. I kinda focused on Alzheimer's disease in my research just because there's just a bounty of it there's more of it But my first book was a nutritional care. Manual to the brain and the genius is really more of a a care manual for the body so for people looking to optimize their metabolic health. You know Prevent things in accordance with what we currently know the best available evidence about Dementia Prevention Cancer Prevention Heart Disease Prevention. It's sort of like a guide to that while also helping you get your body into the best shape possible in the with the least amount of obsession and effort. You know it's GonNa take some effort but it's all about efficiency today like that's how I felt when I read your first book I was like Oh God we. We were all reading here. I'm Jay. We're like okay. We got a pullover we talk. You can't eat anything we didn't. We really tried it for a while. We felt really good. I learned a lot. I eat more eggs and Avocados down everything but in this book. It's like wow. There's so many things in my environment like I heard you actually made it easy for me to understand like why like lights could be like my lights could be so harmful in my home. Yeah it's super important. Nutrition is just one part of the story. I mean you could be checking all the boxes dotting. All the is crossing all the TS. But if you're not if you're if you're not cognizant of the fact that the environment affects our health and profound way in a way that most of us aren't even conscious of your really ahead of the game. It's such a major major part of having good health of feeling good even feeling energized and feeling happy. I mean the environment plays such a huge role exactly in the you say that food addiction is much like porn addiction. Yeah Yeah it is. I mean if you look so. Porn addiction is a relatively new area. You know I mean we've only had the kind of mass proliferation of Porn that we that we currently see just for the past couple of decades. But when I was doing my research and writing the book and I was looking up anecdotal reports of how people kind of experience this porn addiction. What they were saying about. It was so similar to how people feel when dicta to hyper process junk foods and And I was actually shocked by that so when you think about it like ultra processed foods that line our supermarket shelves they trick our brains like send off our reward trip liars in the same way that porn does right I mean these foods are hyper palatable they bring together these flavors these mouth feels these these sensations that are you know. I mean to say that they're delectable to the human brain would be an understatement and so what that does is it creates overconsumption. You know it creates this this insatiable appetite the same way that you kind of feel sometimes like when you're exposed to pornography. I'm not placing judgement on either of them. There's a time and place for both rightly cheetos and a lot of porn but we all have those moments however if it's too often too much too many processed foods and too much porn you're never going to be satiated and you're always gonNa have a craving and then your overall you're not going to be sexually healthy healthy. Yes I thought was great. I Love Hyper Palatable Word. Yeah for me I mean. 'cause 'cause porn is hyper palatable. Like wearing he went in human history. A male have. I mean not not to say that women don't appreciate court can appreciate porn either. But when history with a male have access to the kinds of bought like all just all the different permutations appointed. There are all at once and by the way like I've I'm a male okay. I'm I'm in my mid thirties. So it's like I've watched porn like I will confess and there are times in my past when I've watched porn and while I think this is pretty common because I have male friends of younger brothers when you're watching point you're already thinking about the next video that you want to click on watching the current video. What else what else can I go? Can I leap from to from here? Okay and that's the same thing that I think happens when people are hooked on these ultra processed foods. They're like eating. They've got one mouth and they're already thinking about the pleasure they're gonNA get next mouthful we can't he just want you're going you're right. You're not satisfied. You're absolutely right. So then what the hell do we do? And everything is process like water pupils day. Like it's a lot of work but I'm in a rush I don't have time. That's what's available to me. Yeah I think you just well what I like to advocate for our Essentially a diet that excludes these these these ultra processed foods for the most part. I think an eighty twenty rule is fine but then you can have planned indulgences so I actually like to call them. Plan to not only to call them. Cheap meals Us feel bad. Because you feel bad bad. Branding Cheat Day. Take that back like it. Exactly so the plant indulgence so you can have them in. Moderation generally what I think is so important that most people don't have that's what I'm trying to drive home is that it should at least be informed consent. You know I think oftentimes when When people crack open the pint of ice cream or the bag of chips and before you know it you know. The pint is gone or they feel like failures. They're wide and have the self control but the truth is those foods are not to be. They're not designed to be consumed in moderation and I think with Porn. It is informed consent. It's like I know I'm going to indulge a little bit right now. Another one and Natalie that just like porn you don't realize because it feels so good no harm yet. It felt great. I had an orgasm and then then you keep doing it and doing doing after a while. Oh I actually don't really feel comfortable having sex with humans anymore. I'm no longer as turn on. I want to know why three of her friends didn't show up and there wasn't like you know like people who learn from porn. Young people are like. Why wasn't there an orgy? Like that's how sex should be. Why isn't every woman squirting? So it's very unrealistic if you keep eating foods like that like the same you really don't know though because all that you know. So how can you learn to be healthy? Like what are the like? You know. It's like water like the misconceptions. We have like that. How hard is it is it really. What can we avoid? What's the easy? Where do we start well? I think there's a few things to do. First of all realize what these ultra processed foods are going to do to your tier to your willpower. Tear fragile finite resource. That is your willpower and try to avoid them as you can. And the way that I think that is most effective to do that is to aside from the plane and diligence is to not even try them. You know to just cut them out of your diet. You're not a failure if you cheat here or if you have planned diligence no way. I'm not placing moral judgment on this but just to have that informed consent so that you can kind of build your diet around around minimally processed foods the other recommendation that I make that I think is pretty groundbreaking in the book that you know now. The fitness community has has appreciated for a long time is to prioritize protein. So protein is actually the most satiated macro nutrient. It's very hard to overindulge in protein. When was the last time you binged on chicken breast or fish or whatever? The whole roasted chicken. It's happened doesn't happen. He likes snipes. Your appetite a really powerful way. So if you prioritize tape like Like a sniper that appetite sniped. It's a sexy massillon. Sexual does all get chicken. Yeah chicken at every meal. Make that the centerpiece. Make that the centerpiece. I mean if you think about the last time you over-indulged on carbs and fat which which typify yeah they. They are good. But it's basically pure energy you know and your average person is walking around. And you're you're a pound of fat carries about three hundred three thousand calories Worth of energy energy so I mean when you look at statistics. One to adults by the year. Twenty thirty are on track to be obese. And I'm not not shaming anybody but we're all carrying a little bit of extra weight you know statistically for the most part that's essentially energy focus on protein. And you're going to be less inclined to eat you know all the other Stuff and protein by the way it's super important for building and maintaining lean mass which we know is important as we age illness. Lonely Loosley Mass It's gotTa Metabolic Advantage. Actually protein is like you know. There's a thermic effect to actually a third of the calories. You consume via protein years burn off via digestion alone. Having so I feel like we've known this about protein and that we still. It's training our minds. I guess too. So you have to do like baby you babysit card all out like do you think we should just go in people's clear it out because? I know that I eat healthy. I've have for many many years and I don't Wa- I don't crave processed foods and every once maybe I'll have something but I do believe I've been able to train my brain. My body to to to crave what is healthy. And you've probably seen that through through your book. I'm talking Max Loubier. If you're wondering what is going on here. Why why are we talking about? Health or workers are going to help you when you're over a healthy. Make a lot of these changes that you have in your book. Max leaked the Genius Life. Bestselling author heal your mind. Strengthen your body become extraordinary. That's what I want. That's what we all want to your extraordinary everywhere Mexico where you could also find him on instagram. I Love I love your instagram. So it's also in our show notes you could check it out Mexico yeah you do because it's like? Oh Yeah like I. I guess this is how I should make my breakfast and make everything. It's very smart. How you do it. Simple innovative simple things. What are some other simple things we can do? Because I know when we moved back I love the tax for like easy exercise in here I was like oh I can do it in like ten minutes or less. Yeah ways of getting of making your workouts. More efficient with high intensity interval training. This is great this is I mean I I love reading the study because I personally hate doing cardio. That's a shame people who love doing cardio and there are those people but I am not. I've never enjoyed getting on a treadmill and doing those like long run. So you know to do something. Like high intensity interval training so taking something like sprints or getting bicycle and giving like an all out You know giving it your all for ten to twenty to thirty seconds and then resting a little bit and then doing that again studies. Show that you can. You can basically achieve the same boosting your cardiorespiratory fitness as forty five minutes of doing ten minutes identity training to forty five minutes of steady state. Cardio which is amazing. That's like five times the efficiency exactly. It's reading stairs expense. You can do it anywhere love it. Okay good yeah easy. We can all do that. You guys any questions at all about your health about what to eat hacks you can do right in your home like we gotta into like all the toxins in our homes. I Really WanNa talk to you. About how the light from. Our screens are fucking with our health. What what would we do glasses and turn it down? But like how bad is it? It's super important. So I mean light is an important time center. Our bodies are were rhythmic beings. You know there was a new the new radical song. You've got the music in you. I love that. That's but yeah so you want to basically make sure that you're getting bright light from the sun you know in the first half of the day preferential. Prep pref can't talk preferably before noon here. Yeah And maybe lamb before noon before noon getting that bright light. So like sending their their premiums premiums of your have you seen anyway but before noon. I wonder if it's the same thing before to do both Not Sunday yet. Well wait wait. Wait sorry what you heard about. The people who are sending their parents did not. How did we do? It's a thing thank you Max people. Can we want yes? It was all the whole. Maybe it was over Christmas holiday break and we'd have a chance to discuss it. It was all over the news. Do you guys not no one talking about at all. They put their hand. They put their luck. They if you it was pictures of men and women they're butthole the Arab in the Sun for ten minutes day. Here's the thing. The Sun is a disinfectant. So I mean from a our you know our ancestors who knows like what what kind of magic you know what kind of reprieve from infections. And whatever they got from doing I have no idea but anyway vitamin D. Though but that. Son Jaime Watt Union. See that just often asked me about it. Everyone asks me about. I'm like constantly looking at sex things. I'm so assume. We discussed it off. One of the main like advocates. Who Kinda like went viral? I can I can try it. I've not tried it no but But it's war is you know is warm. You've got to imagine if you know. Yeah that's it. That's that's the position but I couldn't do 'cause I wanNA skirt right now. I would have done it. Sunde myself to start a show you how to do it. Why the Hell not you? So My neighborhood. We could like meet up and send our bombs. Yeah I'm an airline if you don't have a date but the son that I'm talking about is is getting some different part of your body and your eyes as opposed to your to your butthole. Okay tell me you're walking through okay. I'm yeah I mean you know. Maybe that's important just just thought vitamin D in the morning because like I. How long do we need? What do we have dope outside so about a half an hour of one thousand Lux of light so I actually Adam iphone? It's called locks and you can basically measure light intensity in your ambient surroundings and even overcast day. The light from the sky is at least a thousand locks. And so what that does basically activates proteins in your eye that then activates a region of the brain that sort of like your body's master clock and that primes you for daylight associated activities so filling focused in happy and energized are really going to be encouraged when you get this bright light into your eyes but if you consider the fact that ninety. Three percent of our time today spent indoors. It's a major reason why people I think one of the one of the many reasons why people are walking around almost SAMBA. You know they don't feel super happy super energetic. You Need Light. We need it even. It's how many minutes a day I would say a half an hour in the in the in the morning I mean but generally the more time that you could spend outside the better. We know that I mean we're just we're not we're animals. We're not meant to be locked in cages all the time. We're in Los Angeles. Even in we're in our cars weren't outside enough. I know you're so you're so right Max gotta do this. I don't under- so so even just ten minutes even matter lever looking up looking like what I would I would speculate. The ten minutes would be better than ten minutes is better than nothing. And depending on how bright the light is you know if it's like ten minutes in broad daylight Then that would be then. That would be great. Then I think ten I would tend to ten minutes to half an hour. I think you should give yourself that. Go go stand outside or by an open window or in your car to keep your sunglasses off you know during this period is GonNa ask you that you buy. Is You want to light to enter your is you have. These proteins are called Mellon ops and proteins. Go into great love. You guys genius life. We've linked to it on her show notes but I underst- it's like do their point. Oh Yeah I've been feeling it lately and then you go outside and you feel it affects your sex drive. The other thing is that people who are older. There's a natural coloring that occurs to the lens of the eye as we age. It's just an inevitable part of aging But it's GonNa make less light sensitive as we get older so you might actually need more time in the Sun In that morning as compared to like a young much younger person and so this is one of the reasons why I think it's so common to see older adults. Say I just tone. I'm I don't sleep as well as I used to. That is such a common complaint. I think it has something to do. With the fact that we're all plunged into this always indoor kind of lifestyle and I think our older adults are suffering from it. Well Okay let's Talk Imax Lugovoi. His book is the genius. Life Bob fifty-eight Pennsylvania has a question about this Bob. Thanks for calling. You're with me and Max Luke. Aveer morning how you doing great. How are you Bob? Good well my morning. Everybody's evening. Correct anyways for US night people out there. What well I guess you Kinda Kinda just did cover part of it or you know all of its being when you when he was saying older. What's what's the age cutoff. I'm fifty fifty eight and at their so. Should I be looking to get more sun as a as my age or more? Yeah yes bob. I'm going to say yeah. I mean it's not just light so light definitely plays a role in in your health but then also your ability to synthesize vitamin D Tends to falter as you get older so it becomes even more important. I think as we age to spend time getting good quality light inter is in the first half of the day Making sure that we're exposing our skin to son not burning mind you but just getting enough exposure to the sun on our skin so that will have healthy levels of Vitamin D. Which I define in the book is being between forty two to sixty nanograms per milliliter. You can get that tested with your doctor very simple and cheap blood test but yes I think I think as we get older we need. We need a little bit more. 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Make our rooms healthiest correct. The late we get regard side. We've more vitamin D Also we sleep better. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA have more sex feel healthier and there's a lot here to do. I want also covered her asleep. Because sleep isn't epidemic right our lack of sleep that everyone's like confused? And how do I do it? Everyone's like their phones through my gifts from great tips inherit. Can you share? Yeah absolutely we do. Yes I mean when it comes to sleep you really want to be mindful. First of all good sleep begins the morning of so that all those tips that I was giving about getting good at a high quality light in your eyes in the first half of the day. That's going to help you actually sleep better at night. No joke exercise. We know being active helps encourage sleep. I would not exercise too close to bed but an an early evening workout has been shown to boost sleep quality when it comes to actually getting to winding down. I think we want to be really kind of cognizant of the light that we allowed enter our is in the latter half of the day so whereas in the first half you really want that bright light into your eyes you really want to avoid bright light in the in the in the evening because what that does is it. Tricks are Brandon's the thinking that it's daytime and you know that's not When we sleep you know we're we don't sleep during the day in terms of making your bedroom optimal optimizing your bedroom for for sleep quality to make sure that it's cool. You keep it at temperature of around sixty five degrees give or take. I mean that could be. That could be pretty cool for some people get under the covers. Warm yourself up but that Ambien cooler temperature. has been shown to actually encourage higher quality. Sleep because our body temperature actually drops while we sleep so that kind of support that but then also there was a really interesting study. Found that when people slept in an environment that was cool to sixty five sixty six degrees that they saw a an a proliferation of a kind of fat called Brown fat now Brown. Fat is actually very good fact. It's hard to remember. That Brown had good. Brownfield is good. It's not the kind of fat that we gather on our hips in our waistlines. It's a very it's very sparsely located in the body. Sparsely spares league. It's it's basically metabolically active fat so it actually burns other fat. It Burns the fact that we don't like and it burns sugar and calories so by sleeping in a coup in a cool room it's actually really good for metabolic health and it's good for sleep quality as well. You want to make sure that the room is dark. We're now seeing studies showing that even Even like low light like candlelight almost can affect next day cognitive function so blackout. Curtains are great. And if you if you can't put up blackout curtains for whatever reason a good eye mask works as well. Okay Yeah I also a big fan of I mean I'm not a big supplementary but magnesium can help people sleep. There have been studies. That have shown that I believe it was about four hundred to five hundred milligrams of Magnesium Daley okay. can help dimming screens to or leaving on the bedroom first off by. S- rooms you is. Your bedroom is for sleeping and for sex. It's it leave but if you're watching TV before you go to bed. I thought it was interesting. You had some tips like turn down the screen like the brightness because the light emitting emitted from our devices can easily reach that one thousand lux it can easily reach a light intensity that's capable of resetting our internal clocks. I was never thinking like I just can't sleep while you're watching TV before you got in bed like we don't. I think people might know but they're not really sure the way to to hack around that so. I love that nursing is we just had a caller who doesn't want to be in the air and they just called in Which I love this because they asked about sunscreen and I know you really get into sunscreen in your book too in depth threat. Kind of sunscreen. Use that well. I have a whole chapter in the genius. Life on environmental toxins and my goal is not a fear monger but it is to kind of let people know that there are certain chemicals in the environment industrial chemicals that are under tested and they should just be a little bit more critical for skeptical of and these chemical based sunscreens are one of those are one category of chemicals. Where you know we've been we slather them on us every summer and on our children and some of them like oxy. Ben Zone is has been a proposed endocrine. Disruptor media can affect your system of hormones and in an adult. That's not good news right now. In a in a child it's even worse news because any alteration to your to your finely tuned system of hormones can potentially have lifelong effects. So the sunscreen that I recommend Of all I think the sun is important so You definitely want to expose your skin to the sun without sunscreen. You might put sunscreen on your face because there is whole photoaging thing generally If you are at risk of burning so if you're GONNA go on vacation whatever you don't WanNa burn than the sunscreen. That I recommend is a mineral based sunscreen zinc oxide or something like that Which forms a physical barrier between your skin and the sun not a chemical one. So did it so wrong. Yeah I mean I grew up. Here's the thing I grew up my mom and my and you know we were all afraid of getting too much because we're all pretty fair skinned and the truth is when you're fair skinned you need less time in the sun to create adequate levels of vitamin D So you know when you go on vacation. You're inevitably spend too much time in the sun but these sunscreens that we slather ourselves on. I mean the the FDA recently a or there was there was a study recently where they found that when we adhere to the instructions on these you know on the drugstore sunscreens that they get they enter circulation and they not only not only to the enter circulation but they reach a level far higher than the. Fda's what's called a threshold for toxicological concern so that doesn't sound good right now and so you know I mean I'm just not I'm not. I don't think that we should be taking those kinds of risks. Were with our health and you could find mineral based ones at the drugstore right. There are no easy to find the tena based I mean those. That's that's important. I I've I've known I'm glad you said that because that's helping a lot of people we gotta get into plastics. Because I've been hearing this. You've talked about a lot in your book. How about we don't realize plastics for while I was getting food delivery service and it came in a plastic container and then I was microwave and that's bad. How batter plastics was not good. I mean plastics are plastics are usually made. I is not good for the environment but aside from that plastics are made with compounds like phthalates and BIS final a and other businesses which have been known for a century at this point to possess profound estrogen qualities a century. Yeah for a century. Yeah the stragetic properties of care. Yeah I didn't Fucking K. It was In Nineteen thirty in the thirties that In London it was discovered that EPA. Who had this had actually pharmaceutical potential as acting like this. What's called zero? Estrogen like an estrogen mimic? And they were actually looking for a drug that can mimic the hormone estrogen to give to Women to treat problems you know like associated with like you know symptoms of menopause and or just GONNA POISON. You put this plastic tampon inside of you as well and then take the birth control. That's GonNa fuck up your life. Well here's what's so crazy. Is that they that they then made a discovery. They found a new compound called Das and DAS. Made it to it. Maybe it got approved to be used as a drug and they were injecting it into millions of women. They were using it in In the production of livestock. And what the only what they found out later after it was already injected into millions of women. Was that the girls being born to mothers who were injected with his DS compound or developing uterine malformations vaginal cancers and things like that so D. S. was quickly banned but PPA is chemically related to DAS. And the reason why it was allowed to enter the marketplace in the form of plastic because they were able to use to create these hard plastics is because it was thought to be inert right. We create these plastic furniture water bottles with it. But we now know that. Bp is able to Leach into the foods that we store in these plastics into beverages. That come in. Are you know plastic water bottles and that people who eat in restaurants where you know food is regularly stored and BBC containing containers have have super? I mean ninety seven percent of all of us have measurable levels of BP in us for that reason. So what do we? So what are the easy so you get like a yogurt that comes in a plastic container like everything comes in plastic in the store? So you sing. Don't buy any of it. I mean I think you really ought to minimize your consumption you. Nobody's GonNa be perfect and when I'm thirsty and I'm trying to the airport and I have a choice. I'm GONNA buy Plastic and water bottle. The point is just reducing your consumption of plastic and also doing things that are going to encourage the detoxification of these compounds. And when I say detox. I'm not selling any detox supplement. Not or anything like that. Your body is a masterful detoxifier. All you gotTa do is give it the right ingredients so eating a balanced diet eating a healthy diet which I described in my book the Genius Alive and also doing Things that help detoxify. You like sweating regularly. I love that. I want to get an infrared. Sauna super grade best literally literally like release these compounds in your shower. My House is that. Do you think that's as good? I think well I'll do the trick. I don't like steamers because I can't tell if I'm sweating or visit the water from the Steve. Light on eventually view there long enough. You know the the same. But it's pretty awesome so plausibly it would be interesting to read. It does help with like depression. I mean I know that out because I didn't infrared Solloway for a week. I did every day for a week. It was like I felt like it cured. My had back pain and I feel that I felt much clearer and felt much more focused repealing and did all the things that you talk about in your book they would just. I feel like your book the Genius Life. Really did reinforce some things that I have been dabbling in plastic and sweating more. That's great. I mean sweating weddings. A major detox like route of excretion for certain heavy metals for these compounds. You WanNa make that you're peeing regularly interesting hydrocare water hyder I yeah and sexist good CA- sexy get all sweaty to have enough sex but when we're not eating because a lot he will call in Max and the show and they're like I don't want sex sex drive my partner doesn't want it and then I have to say well. How's your diet? Do they do they exercise? Oh no I remember. When called about her husband couldn't get erection. You still pretty young so like what? What's going on and she's like well. He just eats fast food and drinks and smokes a lot. Of course can have an impact on your your your your desire your Libido your ability to maintain a healthy erection like all. These things are proven. So if you're calling me with stuff like I'm going to ask you. How is your diet? Like what are you doing to help? That is important when you're healthier horny and And died you horny all the time my horny all the time man? I tell myself I don't mean to say because he is a genius in smart but but I just see him. Surrounded by women were airlines a fun place. Yeah nights date night there. I heard that date night. What was it singles night? Oh Jesus Monday night at our days hell yeah me too upmeyer one game than you? Your game is still so strong game artist teasing you but I. I do think it's fun because you know. Shit there too. You're walking around but then I've seen you there. I'm like Oh he's busy. Look is I guess. You can't really buy something bad at airline. Max Approve of what I'm buying. Carte de check people's carts if you're dating someone do you go in their house and look at what's in there frigerator. I'm always curious how when I go to friends houses I like to see like what supplements. Yeah and when I'm dating girls. Yeah I'm always curious For me to date for me today. I mean for me to care about somebody. It's just an inevitable that I'm gonNA like I'm not I'm not like I don't project pushy. But I like to like kind of have a positive influence you know I feel like you do. Yeah everyone I feel like all the people that I've dated. I've left them a little bit better. I don't know I like to hope that I feel that too. It's like leave the when you can't bring like a campground found it. I feel like I do that with all my exes and like they went to therapy. They stop drinking. They like new or the clitoris was like. I feel like they're all like a little bit better off. That's amazing. Yeah like I. I feel using ex-girlfriends like Noah plastic dim the lights more of I D. I don't know right we. That's what we do. I feel like I have guided. Many a man down wealthier paths. Yeah I've dated girls that were like Kinda like `love' Alot Meat Eaters and I think that like eating meat is about that too. I I've been in loud meets not doing me. It's so confusing right. 'cause CONFUSING DEAL. Mcdowell like someone cooking for me. It's like it's more Vegan. I plant my flag in the Omnivore camp and say that eating high quality quality the high quality. Yeah because I don't want to support factory farms right. But like eating like grass-fed red meat. I think is so good for you. If you're a premenopausal women especially to those no more bioavailable source of iron You know an iron deficiency anemia. Something Super Common I think in women especially when they're when they're low meat eater so yeah I've actually. I've dated girls who worked on the you know veering vegan vegetarian because it's trendy and it's also become kind of politicized because of its the the Perception that we have that somehow eating Animal products is bad for the environment. It's not an inherently bad for the environment. It's just the way the factory farm system is currently set up but that includes animal you know. I mean we're veering off topic but it includes Al Back. Yeah and so. I've I've actually gotten them to eat like a little bit more. Meet some fatty fish and they all. They've felt better. And that's like totally an anecdote and everyone's got to figure out what's right for them But Yeah I feel that Matt. There's a lot of good Matters a lot of information in here you got to check out his book to Genius Life Max Lou. Gavir get his book will put the Lincoln the link at Sexually Dot Com. Max I gotta ask you the five cookie questions. We ask all of our guests homer. What's your biggest turn on? Oh my God kindness. That's what came to mind I Love ago who's kind like when I'm on a date with a girl and if they're if they're rude to the waiter I just know that that's not like turn off biggest turn off. Oh Man I would say not being open minded. What makes good sex? Why learn this from you? Communication is lubrication something you would tell your younger self about sex and relationships. Oh man man Just have as much as you can number one sex tip number one sex tip relationship. Yeah number one sex tip Just I don't know eat eat healthy but like maybe Lay off the cruciferous vegetables. If you've got sex no broccoli just like who wants to be bloated digest. Bloated Jamie was going to. We found this out because Jay was going to make her boyfriend some kind of vegetable. It was going to be Broccoli and people just the phones lit up. Don't Rockley tonight to do it. Maximize your fabulous Max gear. Thanks for being here. He's at Max v on Instagram. The Genius Life. Our BUSINESS WITH EMILY. Find me on Sirius. Xm radio it is Channel One. Oh nine Monday through Friday five to seven. Pm Pacific eight is a good time. And you can get a thirty day trial at sex with only DOT COM SLASH X. 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"The drink works home by is the perfect gift or addition to a small gathering. The home bar makes a thirty drinks from cosmopolitans. Too old fashioned at the push button. Just insert the pod press. Start and enjoy each drink. Works pod contains real ingredients and premium spirits for a limited time. Get fifty dollars off the home bar with promo code. Play go to drink. Works dot com to order now. Drink works press play keurigs. A registered trademark of keurig green mountain inc. used under license please enjoy responsibly. Even when the show is over sometimes we just keep talking and now you can hear and listen to the john rich afterwards podcast on iheartradio or wherever you get your podcast. Ever what you wanted to wednesday kc welcome to what you want to know wednesday. What you wanna nope. So i kind of need your help So tonight i'm having or we're having a friend skipping And i need to know if one of our friends. Max is going to bring this new girl that he's been talking to you because if he brings her there are going to be problems So we have. These are like all my friends from high school. We have a really tight knit. Fun group And one of my best friends in the group used to date max and so she's obviously going to be there And this if he brings this new girl who he's been seeing she's just a problem Like we all just need to be like mentally prepared for her. She's she's just a lot like she was especially when she's drinking she's just she's just a lot. You know what those people are like. She's a lot like she gets obnoxious and does crazy things or she's just a lot because like she's not really part of your friend group no she does obnoxious crazy things like she's she's not nice then when she drinks it's like she feels like everybody's attacking her if she goes in. I mean she's just she's just nuts and she's yeah. It's not the vibe that we were all hoping for for thanksgiving. I feel like there should be rules with a friendsgiving so you don't get yourself in these type of situations. You know not not that that there are or not. I don't know because i would go when my wife and our dating. I would go to a friend's house for thanksgiving. He wasn't called friendsgiving. But i'd go to friends houses. And i'd never came across that situation so much. Sure that lie kyle. You've had friendsgivings for awhile. Is this something you've come across before. I haven't but i've never really been in that situation. Where like our friends giving we do. Just the girls okay. Not couples. Suzanne just did her first friendsgiving. So lucy. delaney's a big friendsgiving delaney. Have you come across the situation before. Because you've done friendsgiving longtime that people that have hook up with other people. In our stipe group ida can be a little awkward. i remember one of my guy friends. One since giving made three girls cry. No means anyone. I think it just like they all like really liked him and they were all upset with any of your wine. Casey's fred's giving this to your. Wow wow wow you're giving kept. These bad is out one. So this'll be a piece of casey. It's like you like you have to understand the weird position than your guy. Friend is in because obviously he's not gonna tell the girl he's dating she can't come because that would cause problems with him in her and i totally get that but they've only been dating for like a month so it's kind of like you know. Are you going to make ten. People feel super uncomfortable. Or you just going to make one person you know. I don't want her to be. I don't want hurt him to hurt her feelings. But i feel like she would also be uncomfortable. Timing like do you think he has enough Like read the room ability to know if it's a good idea to bring her or not. Well i texted him about it and he didn't respond and i'm sure that other people in the group texted him to and just ask him if he's bringing her and he just doesn't refund so i feel like he has a pretty good sense that we're all kind of worried about her coming and he's just not doing anything about it so if she is going you just want to know so you can mentally prepare for it or you. Tell him not to bring her. I mean i. I wish that i could just say. Don't bring her. But i don't think that that's going to. I don't think that's super realistic. I really just want to make sure that my friend Nose so that she can. You know what i mean like. I think that it would just be better. We all knew what we were getting into. And then we can all kind of make our own decision with some their sort of the prize. No so they can do if this is a romcom that she has enough time to hire really good looking guy to be her date. Yeah she'll follow up with that male off trying to help her ex jealous movie all right so we're going to find out what's the guys who we call max max okay. We're gonna call max and see who he's bringing the to do. You know the girl's name. My friend are his new girlfriend. Esther bester i think she said what esther is it esther bester bester or best are pretty high ranking dirty bastard. Casey what you want to know. Wednesday continues next wednesday rich. We got casey on the line. She is having a possible friendsgiving drama tonight. She's got a bunch of friends coming over esperance giving us but the deal is max sky. Max is coming over and he might be bringing this girl astor tonight but the thing is max is ex. What's her name casey. Your friend virginia. Virginia's max's acts of reduce going to and they wanna know if max is bringing this girl or not so. That virginia can prepare right mentally prepared. You know so you can go just a heads up. Virginia max's bringing esther it's old people get after off old folks home ballots. Buddy gertrude. balls k. C. has has virginia esther. Before is this the first time. I think i mean we all went to high school together. So she's met her but she definitely like they haven't spent any quality time together like they're not friends okay. It doesn't know each other. Yeah they know of each other. I think is probably a better way to describe it. Calling max right now Good morning max. There max up. Hey max this is is. Is that from john. Jay enrich show like it okay. We talked to on the radio for a second Yeah i mean. What did i get this win. And what's going on well. We tried to do something special for thanksgiving and we are calling everybody for friends giving time for the big party tonight. And we're trying to of people for the for the for our for migrants giving micro theory. Well we're trying to do something a little special. Want to exactly what it is yet but we need a headcount and so you're coming tonight right. Yeah going okay. How many people do you expect to be there ten twelve. We're trying to do something kinda cool. You know with social distancing. I do some special the radio station in the show. So like how many people do you think just gas how many people are coming. Maybe ten of us okay. We were guessing tad's who want to make sure because well we don't want to do too much do too little. How many people you ringing. I mean one other in person. Okay and is that person. Is that esther. Yeah ok cool. Okay just making sure all right good. So that's two to. What are you gonna do. Well we were thinking of maybe having a surprise goesta patchen through Microsoft teams and tried to do some sort of teams thing with in bieber and hailey bieber and we have access to them for forty five forty five to forty seven minutes in. we're going to have them patch through to four or five different friendsgiving groups with a special nationwide people's facts faxed in Requests to be part of our jiji enrich friendsgiving virtual thanksgiving party with through microsoft teams through microsoft teams and thoroughly. Complicated accident faxed in. They were going to dial in the teams and then patch through the people's party but we can't have more than ten people in a party. And so you bringing esther that's ten so that work so cool. What do i need to do. Just want to make sure we got so we wanna make sure that we're talking to casey Casey said she's bringing somebody. She was her at her place. So you've got esther new so that's four and of course there's every casey are you there. Oh yeah hi lacks what is this. What is what's what's going on what's What's did you set this up Kind of Cool i well the real reason that i set this up because we needed to know if you were bringing after like. I don't know if it's a great idea if you bring her where why is she like where You don't yeah you went replied and i. I think it's just gonna super uncomfortable. Like virginia's gonna be there like this is supposed to be like a like a nice enjoyable evening together. Not all this drama that like after going to bring oh drama we we we we so you think she brings. You just got the radio to call me and tell me we're going to have this bad ass party with like live sandwich. S vivere and you're actually just trying to buy to like complain about the girl that i'm dating and what you're telling to ask to start job. I couldn't get anybody else all of you. Reply to my text message. What does it matter of just coming out of anybody's coming like who. What does it matter who. I bring virginia gonna be there. Virginia comfortable It it really. You think that. I should be worried about virginia. Being uncomfortable alley you need to lose sleep over it but like she is our friend in like you are our friend. We didn't ask you guys to date then break up like we're just trying to make it work for everybody. He's been weird but it's not. It's going to be weird forever and virginia to start dating again. I'm fading again. It's gonna be fine for everybody. Just chill. I'm just saying you guys have only been dating for a month. Maybe like everybody could rap like whatever. How would you feel if. Virginia showed up with walter. A handsome guy named walter with a cane kindly gentleman and one of those monitoring no while too good pictionary free like. What do you guys think crazy. No but mac sounds cool. It sounds like he's thought about it. I was like let's just everybody. Just hang out that. Isn't that your vibe max. Mildred we can see okay so it's like it sounds like an old man but she's just she's cool. Yeah it's it's friendsgiving everybody's friends. We should all be together which should wait so can you should should maybe estrogen sit at home by yourself and like a whole turkey. Is that what you think she should do for giving and i you want you want i with this girl and leave her at home so i guess i just wanted to know if she was coming so that i could let virginia now so that we can all kind of be mentally prepared. I understand you see her in a different light. We're like i'm to kurt dance. I'm gonna give her chance but like in the past true warm five eight okay. So no not. Everybody is a teddy bear. But she's cool. You've known her for a decade. Like actually i didn't actually november. I just wanted to not just kinda. What is it that everybody doesn't like like what's what's the problem like. Why don't you guys like her. She's kinda bitch like she's not she's she's not nice and i don't know if it's because it's like a defense mechanism or whatever but like she stood a drinking and back girl drinks and drinks and she just becomes the manner in mere. You think she's a main drunk that the deal law. Yeah okay all right so easy either. Solve we'll just drink less. And i don't know i i don't know maybe the kids and the kids just bring more s- bring a few good single chaps like the naarden theodore you could set her up with and you'll make make max jealous they start square dancing. Hope they're making lots of soft foods hard to all right. Listen working out. Thank you for being on our show. You want to know if he was bringing somebody he is. Dinners at one thirty pm. Who's date casey frederic franklin. That's what you wanted to wednesday. The drink works homebuyer by is the perfect gift or addition to a small gathering. The home bar makes over thirty drinks from cosmopolitan too. 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NPR News: 01-10-2020 3PM ET

NPR News Now

04:39 min | 1 year ago

NPR News: 01-10-2020 3PM ET

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Lakshmi Singh. President trump accuses Iran of plotting to attack US embassies prompting wanting the US drone strike that killed. Iran's top General Qasim Sulejmani last week in an interview on Fox. News trump told host Laura Ingram that he believes Sulejmani. The money planned to go after four embassies including one in Baghdad where the Iranian general was killed meanwhile. US officials tell NPR that the same day the US launched drone strike against another official in Yemen. But that effort failed secretary of state. Mike Pompeo says the US is imposing more crippling economic sanctions ends on Iran. The goal of our campaign is to deny the regime the resources to conduct its destructive foreign policy. We want Iran to simply behave like a normal nation. We believe the sanctions that we imposed today. Further that strategic objective the US is also accusing Iran of downing a Ukrainian alien airliner shortly after takeoff near Tehran and killing everyone on board the administration sites Intel that suggests a missile is to blame but Iran has been in disputing that claim and said purporting that mechanical troubles could have been the reason. However it reportedly will allow Boeing to help with the investigation with Boeing seven thirty-seven? Max jets grounded indefinitely. Following two deadly. Crashes One of its parts producers is imposing massive layoffs Nadia fo with member station in km UW reports. Nearly three thousand people at Spirit aerosystems in Kansas are expected to lose their jobs. Spirit produces about seventy percent of the seven thirty seven. Max Max that's Wichita facility including the fuselage and parts of the wings. The program represents half of spirits annual revenue. The company announced earlier this week that it was seeking voluntary lay-offs spirit employs more than thirteen thousand people in Wichita and it's the city's largest private employer in addition to work on the seven thirty seven spirit. Also builds parts for the Boeing seven. Eight at seven and seven six seven and parts for various Airbus jets at multiple facilities worldwide. The company says smaller layoffs will begin later this month at its two facilities in Oklahoma Layoffs in Wichita are set to begin January twenty second for NPR news. I'm not your phone in Wichita job growth in the US cooled last month. With one hundred forty I five thousand jobs gained in the US economy here's NPR's Scott horsely December's job gains. Were down from the three previous months. Overall job growth in two thousand nineteen was the slowest. It's been since two thousand eleven still. US employers continue to add enough jobs to keep the unemployment rate at a low three point five percent many of the growth industries in the US S. or now dominated by women female employees outnumbered male employees in December for the first time since two thousand ten although men continued dominate. The ranks of the Oh self-employed that's NPR's Scott horsely. Reporting the Dow is down ninety. Five point since the open at twenty eight thousand eight hundred sixty one this is NPR. Where a from an unusual series of earthquakes and aftershocks in under two weeks today many Americans were taking shelter anywhere but in their own homes structures across Puerto Rico especially in the south western regions are at risk of collapse? After Tuesday's magnitude six point four. Tumbler the strongest the. US territory. Corey had experience in a century. One of the hardest hit places as Guarini up a new community of roughly three hundred. People in counting reportedly has emerged in a baseball ballpark. Hundreds of thousands of people are still waiting for their electricity and water to turn back on across the island the latest temblor set back the US territories difficult goal recovery from two thousand seventeen hurricane. Maria catastrophic wildfires continue to rip through Australia's sending many running for Safety Rachel Buongiorno reports it's from Melbourne. Thousands of people have staged protests demanding a stronger government response to climate change. Melburnians braved the rain and wind really the anger at a government. They say he's not doing enough to address. The Karma crisis unfolding in the country qualifies or natural appearance and Stralia but the level and intensity entity of these fires unprecedented around a billion animals had perished an area. Larger than West Virginia has already been D- scientists scientists say that climate change exacerbated these fires with twenty nineteen being Australia's hottest and dry see on record for NPR news. I'm Rachel John Giordano M._l._B.. I'm Lakshmi Singh N._P._R.. News in Washington.

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BLOODY HELL | Double Toasted Audio Review

Double Toasted

14:02 min | Last week

BLOODY HELL | Double Toasted Audio Review

"So folks right now people are saying you know what all these dumb arguments going on you know cinemas de la cinemas alive just stupid no cinemas cinemas mutating into something else that we don't even know and people are saying all your shut the fuck up. Cinema ain't dead movie theaters a dead. You just gotta learn how to be creative about it with the right movie. And that's what these people think that with this film right here. Bloody hell they said. You know what dr in still safe s outside and you know if you put the right movie at the drive in talk about nostalgia while saving lives just get the right fill method to do with even though the right phil might be that in concept is it a good film and his final four in the. Let's go ahead and take a look at this trailer for bloody hell which sometimes at least said about the movie the the better even though this trailer is gonna show you a lot on. That's too yeah it's gonna show you a lot you know. I'll show you some of this. I'll show you some of the trailer. Because i really do believe you don't need to see a whole lot. I'd ready to go in a little bit cold. Whether you're watching some vod all whether you do drive to withdraw drive through theater drive drive through theater now might be next Right through a tunnel and it's just project and here's your tenants are on a bag of fryer. Let's see here. Bloody hell which i will not tell you about a little bit and it will come back to tell you more about the movie at least as much as we can right after this everyone has passed. I know i do. Let's just say go. go go. i'm not boring not famous rex. Calling at least not on purpose. I talk to myself. How much do you think they get for these better. And i've been known to overreact. Folks you know almost stop right there. 'cause you'll see images but you're not gonna hear anything and hopefully it's not going to give too much away. This is something. I really ever do where i stop trailers. I'm not going to tell you about the story Just kind of give you some. You know real light premises here. We're not going to too much detail. But i will tell you this so this will be the i was wondering why the reason they were naming it. This and there could be a lot of reasons. Why but probably one of the reasons why is because the title You fuck with the wrong person was too long. I mean this. This is a story about a guy who is not right and nobody and no one knows except him and even in his case he doesn't think there's anything too much except when he starts to go off in a really really bad way and even he has to tell himself. Hey you need sichuan's down and be cool and we're talking about. Rex plays in bengal. Bentoel to this guy is great man. He plays a guy who's just who's just trying to pass a mine to bank and meet a girl and from that point on his life goes wrong in so so many ways sold many ways. I mean it's almost like he had nine lives with scattered. This movie is insane man. It's it's a movie. I always written has a different writer robert benjamin and this is all over the place and that is actually a pretty good thing. Keeps you guessing. You don't know where it's gonna go next. None of it is just like what's this now. It's just ooh okay. Now doing this. This is okay. Yeah it was funny because within the first five minutes we We went from finland. To boise idaho. What happens over. The finland is way different from what happens over feeling. They got a way different movie than the one happening. Over in boise idaho. And it's almost like this character. Max max who pose played by benno tool been rex rex. Who's played wasn't ain't been to. It's almost like this to. Rex brought these two movies together. Like he'd like these two movies just collided with each other and once once rex somehow find his way. Go from finland. To boise. idaho. In rex takes us back to finland. Woolsey find ourselves in finland. It's all kind of movies man. It is an action movie. A crime thriller is a courtroom. Drama is it has elements of our horror is a dark comedy dark comedy. You know. it's it's one of those things where at a at a certain point where you start against the species you look at the movie like you know what this is going to be going somewhere because right now. I can't tell what's happening. And once they actually do get to the main point of the movie. That's insane too. But somehow this kurt rex. Who again is played brilliantly by bendel tool. he's the one that actually keeps it all together. It joy watching him yes. He's a fascinating character. I mean i mean this this. This actor been a tool. He sees australian these another one mel gibson's fines Just like russell crowe and heath ledger But he's amazing and he put so much in his character where you think you know him until he's talking to himself and you see his alter and the way he's able to play both of those So opposite and yet still the person is fascinating it keeps you locked in but just even the action is so much what happens in the beginning and really so much of that first. Part is just a commentary on movie action. Heroes to begin with is just like you know. Maybe we should stop and reexamine this thing that we dislike. We'd we love to get behind and have so much bloodless for yeah. That's the thing with the character. Rex character in the actors so good because several parts of the movie. Did you know that making you feel all kind. Different ways for him You know he's funny he's charming. You start really filling. Batman you feel scared for the another point when you get to. Non fucked is kinda disgusting too. But he's never never any less fascinating to watch and that that guy let's go It gets to a point. Because sometimes you know i'll tell you this much. What the movie does brilliantly is like no matter what situation you find with him a way you are with him you always manage to somehow cheer him on because there's always somebody worse as he is kind of a bad ass. What is crazy. You know what they do is and you like this. Chris they You start you start seeing him as a pull it up but you start seeing them as a ash for people to all. I love that. Yeah yeah in a way. It's of as she's kind of. Bruce willis from John maclean everyman. Action here kind of character. Yeah and he kind of looks like robert downey junior looking younger aberdonian. Yeah yeah now. It's you know it's it's it's a direction of movies what i really like. Yeah that's that's the thing. That caught me when i when i saw you yesterday. Just the tim. I saw the direction i was like. Man this guy with the shots in the way the putting all this together. He's not treating this like like the schlocky movie. I thought it was gonna be not see what they do. Here is that there's this is. This is a crazy script. As i said directed write right. Descrip- is a crazy a script and it's almost like the director came in his detailed his directing style in his camera shots towards the insane nature of the script What i like about it though. Is that right here. You see this golf ball on a falling on the floor. You know that golf ball is just not something to be something. That's a point of humor is not supposed to be a shot just inbetween doing playful insane. Creative shots angles. There's a lot of visuals that uses to tell the story to There's a lot of follow an object to tell the story of to to lead you to something bigger to rebuild a clue of something bigger arches to reveal itself. I really admired that with the movie. Man i thought that that was really cool. It feels like almost like egg right moving away. Yeah Being so many things may feel so original. You know One moment it feels like it's die hard as moment where feels like it's risen evil united in the middle of a house in the middle of the foggy woods. Something crazy going on a reminds me of a ole foreign film. I saw little opec really. Yeah mosab okay. I don't want to say because. I don't wanna reveal what's going on here. A look like i will keep this short because when i was watching this the whole time the whole time watching them my wife and we shouldn't even like stuff like this too much but she was way into it and i don't either which is why i was surprised i was so into it. No i actually think. I wish i could say you know this is a great horror. Movie are comedy but it's a great horror. Comedy dark comedy action thriller. It is so many things man is a lot of fun. It is perfect for the drive in but fortunately if that's not a drive in new it is going to be on highly recommend you wash this. It's a lot of fun and the thing is yes it's gory but it's not terribly gory. There's gore therefore reasoning is not to over. That's what it is. It's not senseless gore. It's not go for the sake of gore. they actually. I mean there's a point in it. When i got worried i was like. Oh man i've been enjoying this. I have to go through something but everything lead to something. Everything was necessary. It's it's very tight and there was. There was no lulls in it. I was so impressed by how well this was made. Yeah yeah man. it's it's it's a it's a fun movie man. It's a it's it's it's a fun movie but it's not one of those movies like we say it's not that festival film with the trying to like they that they show blood and they're doing things just to shock the audience that cheer get like cheap applause audience. It feels like one those fantastic fest. A festival films were like you know what they took all the elements that usually makes me dislike some of these movies and use them in the exact right way that i appreciate and all that is to deliver care to tell a story. Highly recommended is man again. You know if you're not into You're not into blood and under gore complicated characters you know you don't you don't want to cheer on characters that a kind of shitty it's might not be for you of course and then again is so crazy that some people might be like. I never knew it was going. And now we're gonna my nerves. I didn't like it. I can see that. I can definitely see that And even gets it gets pretty outrageous too. Sometimes there's gonna be some points we're going to be like buckman. Just look stupid right there for me. That was done on purpose. You know there's there's a scene what would have what is obviously a fake leg. I'm not gonna tell you. But it's like oh yeah and they they. They did that on purpose. You know it's midst be alaso. This movie does a lot of things is like it would. It would fit together but great job all around man. I really did enjoy. This is another full price. Yeah was not expecting a full priced at the beginning of the year. That doesn't usually happen. And all those things that you talked about going for the second gore cheap effects poorly written characters and and things that done just to make people drunk people at festivals cheer. I hate all that and from the poster and the marketing. That's exactly what i thought. I was getting couldn't have been more pleasantly surprised from this. Yeah yeah. I really think this is kind of just a a brilliant way of handling all these things that they put it in real life this a lot. So you're looking for something fun. Man does drive near you. Definitely go definitely go in brain some friends that you trust because the move. Everybody just laughed. Exhibit be worried people would be drinking in laughing at missing half of it and miss half of it. Well you car. That's why it is not the next to the person who's next you know. It's not nice not that you've been used to go to the drive in so long up baylor remember. Yeah yeah man. I remember being four years old mother putting the trunk to get in the trunk in sometimes. Let me up could talk. Let's just say cocoa. I'm not boring not famous wrecks at least not on purpose.

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Dubai Air Show: A Tail Of Two Shows For Boeing

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

17:52 min | 1 year ago

Dubai Air Show: A Tail Of Two Shows For Boeing

"Welcome to the third and final. Check six PODCASTS. From the Dubai show my name is against Flato. I'm the executive editor Commercial Aviation of Aviation Week Network and with me three of my colleagues defense editor Steve. A Steve Trimble Trimble. Yeah Steve Yes. European defense editor Tony Osborne and our editor for safety net transport based in Washington Shawn Product. Guys third day here at the show. Big News start with defense. What did we learn yes? It was a very exciting day here in the UAE because they pulled out a dust covered wallets and purchase an Dan covering sense uncomfortable. Okay so four years ago. We had the launch of the globe light reconnaissance aircraft were Edwin early warning aircraft. So that's now here at the show. And then today they announced buying two more on top of the free they already had on order so that was significant news site that was a well when its funding negotiated. When it's all said and done it'll be about a billion dollars and then also a surprise to many of us? They ordered three three Airbus. MIT tanker transports based on on top of the free. They already had so. That's pretty significant for a small air force now to have five airborne early warning aircraft and six tankers. So there's there's pretty good news for both Airbus and Saban in that respect. So the MIT multi orders. Yet to be finalized it's considered a selection but basically brings another ticking the box for the thirty. Mit over the Casey Seve forty-six so they already had selected the three thirty Mortiz. So it's it's reasonable that we would have expected them to just do a follow. On order however Boeing back in May the Shangri la dialogue one of their executives said that he expects me to select the Casey forty six for the second batch. But what would liquor for mixed fleet with the few was. That's that's a really good question. And it doesn't quite make sense from an economic perspective however the U. E. has a reputation for or diversifying its fleet. So it's not beholden to a single country or government for defense equipment. So that's why they have barraged two thousand nine and F16's for example but they do this in a lot of other categories of equipment as well so it wouldn't it wouldn't have seemed absurd for the UAE to select Boeing Anna Casey forty cents in addition to the three thirty. Rt and when the Boeing executive confirmed that they were interested in it created. I think something of an expectation that he wouldn't have said that unless he had a really you yeah Strong confidence that they were actually going to select it rather than risk the embarrassment of being publicly rejected or something that nobody knew it was a competition in the first place to title. That is what happened today so Airbus will go back to Europe with another selection for the eight three thirty. MRT in their pocket which is a big deal for them. And that's a significant solves while I mean can this considerable risk in developing this platform. And the yeah I think a follow on order even before the aircraft entered service. which is June spring is is pretty significant deal now so Kudos to play freely and on the civil side Somewhat unexpected. We did see quite a lot of activity in terms of Max Max Shung and what happens. Yeah yesterday the Max was the highlight yesterday. At least on the on the Boeing side with with Sun Express converting ten ten options. Boeing woke up today and said he said I'm GonNa hold my own beer watch this and they announced a letter of intent for thirty Max from astonished and We confirmed a firm order for twenty more taxes from undisclosed customer that is going to unveil itself on its own terms in the next couple of months so that adds twenty firm potential fifty. Max this is to a backlog that that was dwindling. Even though Boeing hasn't been delivering the airplanes since March ad in the ten from yesterday and that's plus sixty see that's potentially if they're all you know if if these the orders are finalize but to announce a second for mortar in two days for an airplane saying that we don't have to tell you is under tremendous scrutiny. I think it is interesting in an airplane. We mentioned before they didn't even put it on their stand as one of the models also in such thing. But do you think that this is kind of a part of Boeing's strategy for you know ahead of the resumption Russian of Max deliveries expected for sometime early next year at the early indicator here I think you I think you have to assume that. They are looking to build credibility in the best way to build credibility in his business and that's lining up customers Both of new customers in astonishment of former seven three operator but not a current. Seven operator carring Boeing customer but as Tony pointed out in the in the ramp up to the podcast also a loyal Airbus customer now these airplanes narrowbody customer these are playing. Toby operated by their low cost subsidiary but still part of the family and a big endorsement. It seems though Boeing is not going to they they they may not be applying pressure to get the airplane back. Certified as somewhere saying they were with announcing notional timelines. It's at the La over the last few months but they are now trying to let the markets and say. Hey we believe in this airplane. It's certainly there's no downside downside for them to be announcing commitments at this point. It's only isn't it a bit earlier or is it okay. Well I think some of lined up with the show. Let's not overlook the fact that this was announcing a major air show so I think the two things sort of sort of came together. None of these airplanes will be in service for several years right because of the backlog in the fact that they're Boeing's backlog is now growing because they're not delivering airplanes certification appears to be imminent. Probably too strong a word but at approval in two thousand nineteen by by the FAA. Still not off the table. Nobody's going to have the airplane and service before well into the first quarter and most of these that we're talking about these countries you you may not see it until the second quarter and and it'd be interesting tomorrow when the FAA administrator is here at the show and talks to reporters Tomorrow morning so we'll it'd be trying to get an update Rain all that then. FAA's been consistent that they are. They will not improve the airplane until it is ready. It is not ready. Boeing is not by all accounts handed over the final package. Documenting software changes. The training still needs to be updated. They're still a public comment period on it. I mean there's work to do but Boeing announcing these these orders and commitments at the show. You know clearly they have customers that are confident. Even if they're giving away the airplanes the fact that customers are putting their name to insane we will take more there some expression of confidence there the other question on this on the civil side with the the the big revisions John Nearing on the Emirates fleet. We as as of today. We only have kind of path part of the answer which is on the site Obviously emerets emerets ordering fifty eight three fifties as they seek to re image change and replace the three eighty or other is no longer. You're going to be delivered. The Boeing side of things is still not decided or at least not publicly announced that will happen on Thursday. They have scheduled a press conference for the for the for the morning. And we all expect some clarification. There I did have a chance to talk to Tim. Clark of the president of airline today and what I found most interesting was his vision for the next five years in terms of growth. They're not growing very strongly right now because of the economic troubles because of all the stuff that's going on but the the three fifty's will come in from twenty anti twenty-three and that will kick off a real change in their network because suddenly they can go into much thinner long-haul routes and also ultra-long-haul the routes that they couldn't really serve the eighty because it was too big triple seven because it was too big or couldn't didn't have range so stay stay tuned but is going to change significantly and it'll get into markets. Say at least that has haven't I've been touched so far so other people that have not been in a position to have to compete with them will be in the future if they stick to this and I'm very curious to see what the what the Boeing Order Vision Blue. We'll bring these shows. Obviously we look at the the companies and so on but it's also a great opportunity for all of us to To look at people that that here that we don't maybe not. Ah We don't spend as much time with and dedicate as much attention to as we should so steve and Tony. What did you see on the defense side? That was a surprise major curious. I think unless interesting things about this show is the number of companies developing. UNLV's here in the Middle East so we know that it's been very difficult for some countries here to to find water to secure an on a a platform for the nations which is why a lot of these countries have gone and bought Chinese trends to give them sort of a capability to go and battling surgeon so what other countries like Saudi Arabia the UA here. They've all bought Chinese drones. But now there's a push to try and get even digitize those capabilities or trying unsecure say purchase a platform that they can go find somewhere halfway west and then weaponized that as well. There's a lot of this stuff going on and it's really intriguing. Some of that is coming to light here and we'll probably have been more coverage on in future dishes of aviation nation. Week one of the most interesting ones I saw today is a Pakistani company. Who have come up with a high of pseudo satellite essentially in the Zephyr class of platform and they have very different response to this? This hap- stuff is really quite difficult. Flying from the ground through the troposphere up to the stratosphere and critically persistent platform and these guys seem. They can do it at one. Tenth of the cost of Airbus's tiny little company could integrate the dynamics of Karachi that currently the building their Strut Australian and they've put three engines on it and I think the key to flying their fragile solar powered drone is to get it through the troposphere fast as possible. Unlike the death which we've seen recently that law have been been crushing northern Australia. So it'll be interesting if they can achieve they all. They seem really confident actually. It was quite quite refreshing. Presumably people have thought of that though. And we'll see how that goes. They seem very very confident. Is it some very different approach. I think very all off the shelf even using Chinese motors as the engines out. Bolivia mild and Soda Pan off the shelf Solar panels. So we'll see what's possible well so the thing I thought Kind of stuck out to me at the show today So in the past the focus of the show has been all about the fighters and the platforms and the combat capabilities building living out in the UAE Inside Arabia was we talked about in an earlier. PODCAST here at the show. That's kind of on the backside. Right now is they're upgrading their existing fleet waiting waiting for several more years before they recapitalize with either after he five or something else But in the meantime what we're seeing is a lot more mark support capabilities. You know. So we'd mentioned MRT's getting purchase legalize global is getting purchased the project Dolphin aircraft. They're bringing handsome other intelligence cyber capabilities. And now you see contractors responding and bringing some things that they haven't shown before When a great example down on the show floor is bowing with a P. Eight? We've seen the these shows before it's the US Navy's maritime patrol and Antisubmarine Warfare Aircraft This time For the first time I've seen anywhere they've got a model of it with what they call the multi mission pot underneath. And this is something that Boeing started in disclosed a few years ago and they went really quiet what about Until popped up again a couple of our if is that came out of the. US Actually intelligence community a couple months ago but it it turns out there. They've brought it here to show it and to say look. We're we're almost done with light testing this available for the foreign market You know the the Boeing doesn't like to talk about it but the US Navy is acquiring its own capability like this is called the As which advanced airborne sensor which is sergey of Ti? What the multi-mission pod can do you can do that? I if you want to take your maritime patrol aircraft and do overland surveillance of moving targets on the ground or it can do electronic intelligence signals intelligence whilst different They were really anything you want to integrate and add to your intelligence gathering capabilities on that aircraft already paying for to do maritime patrol That's what they're they're offering. And there's a couple of countries out there. Korea has a RFI for for GM TI India's perpetually had are out there for for Sergey MCI. Maybe that'll happen but Here in in this region maybe something like that could start as well. So Sean on the civil side again. We did have the chance today to visit an old a new name in the business too. Haven't they continue to be the surprise of the show on the simple side. I think fourteen more war commitments today. Total thirty seven four the show so far still another day and they may surprise. So that's worth about sixteen months selection so anytime you can come to an air show and sell sixteen months worth of production or at least sign. You've done well. And of course especially in their situation only only six months until their new existence as de have on they also have I think now the best logo in the industry that secret showroom. I'm in how they are doing this. So they security all these new. What is I think the airplane is? I mean I think the airplane had proven itself I think the interesting thing about the orders to mix. It's not they got some current operators getting more. They've got some new operators and most importantly they have less source which shows shows all of that particular lessors shows a confidence in the heavens ability to support this aircraft. One of the questions. When when in this deal went down there was no disclosure about what would happen after who would come over from bombarded to have land until the deal was done on June the first so a lot of customers and potential customers? They didn't know what they were getting. These deals after only six months to me shows that they that what bombarded had in place not only earliest continued but in the words of one executive. I talked to today's improved because now to have Lincoln. Focus on the cue for the the dash the DASH eight four hundred as their only new product. They're not distracted by anything else he had going on and they had a lot going on C. series and et Cetera. In the the big issue with four hundred in the market for years has been the price tag when it was being sold by bombarding And this was the the. At we are in the eighty or seventy two always beat them on price for that kind of market segment. It was a big deal. So perhaps baby with a lower overhead at Havilland and Whatever they're able to do they've been able to get the market and get the orders coming in which seems to me that they've done something with the price? I will acknowledge I got no the pricing date at an interesting. How agr reactor this because of presume this being there for a long time? They've been lucky leader for some time in this segment. What what does that mean? mm-hmm yeah I mean. I guess they're in a position to wait and see for now right right and see how sustainable this and once they perceive I use that then they can look at it good news so far but still early days for the new one for sure guys fascinating conversation. Thanks a lot. Sean Tony Steve. That's all we have time for. This as I said was the last Czech six from Dubai but of course. I hope that you will tune in for the regular checks next week on this channel. Thank you for listening.

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Scrabbles Scramble to the Top

Every Little Thing

19:54 min | 2 weeks ago

Scrabbles Scramble to the Top

"You've reached the every little thing helpline. Please leave your message after the b. e. p. right name is molina and i am an avid scrabble player. And i'm always wondered. How do they come up with the scrabble point system. Who decided how many letters. And i'm really interested in this question. I think you know if he can help me out thing. Hello hey molina's four from lt. Hi laura okay so spell out your relationship with scrabble for me. So i love words and were gangs of always loved them even as a kid. Actually when i was ten. I read the entire dictionary. Wait really yeah i did. I took it with me everywhere. That summer helped me picture it at the pool. The beach set the scene. So this is me ten years old just hanging out outside. It's hot as hell under a tree trying to get some shade and probably got sweet tea that my mom made of course the southern girl and Got my dictionary and just checking out words. You know. I also used to write down. My favorite words saw also had like a notebook that i carried around as low. Do you remember any of the words you wrote down. Yes what am i. Passionate words at the time was phallic. I was like obsessed with the sound. And so when i realized i could use it and like you know. Regular context describe the that were not necessarily you know sexual nature. I just thought that was the funniest thing ever as a kid. I loved the news. Your favorite word for the most pure reasons it was it was very pure. I was like yudhoyono this word out so to speak exactly so you are a true words. Yes i do love like. I remember when i played scrabble. I was like this is so cool. I can rack up points for putting words down like this is amazing. Scrabble was the game from me. How often do you play now. One to two games a week actually have a partner who god bless them like. He's grown to love the game. Is there a reigning champion and your house. We are nearly tied your perfect match. I know it is. It's great so what do you want to know. I am really interested to know more about the history of scrabble and how the game was created when the mastermind sat down to create this game. How did they come up with. How many towels you pull or the plate distribution on the letters basically how did this iconic game come to be. Yeah okay so. We found just the person to fill in the blanks on the author of word freak heartbreak triumph genius and obsession in the world of competitive scrabble players. And i'm a competitive scrabble player. This is stephan fats. This her molina. Hi steffan semolina. You called bet. Scrabble's origin story and how it shook out stepping says the story begins in the early nineteen thirties. Scrabble was invented by out of work architect named alfred butts during the depression he had been laid off from his job and was sort of for something to do and he had this idea that during these hard times people may want something to distract them. And maybe i could invent a game how fitting unlike everybody should jump described right now. I know sounds very familiar but butts when it is game to be different from what was available so he served the games that were out there to try to find holes in the market. He broke down games into men on a board games was one category numbers games. Using dice or cards was another category in the third category was word games and butts decided that there weren't any good word games and but like i can fill that open space so he started working on a scrabble prototype. The game had tiles with letters on them but there was no board lake picture. Banana grams. yeah. Wow that's pretty cool. I didn't realize started out like that. Yeah in fact. A lot of scrabble's fundamentals get worked out in this early version of the game from the draw butts wrestled with one of your big questions. How many of each letter to include and that was a really important question to ask because if you got it wrong and you're playing a game and suddenly you've got a preponderance of owls on your iraq. All the time or a preponderance of consonants. Well then it wasn't fun hard to make phallic without a p. h. Exactly sort of figure out letter distribution butts turned to statistical analysis. You literally opened up the pages of the new york times and the saturday evening post and the new york herald tribune and he started tallying letters. The one two threes of the abc's he created. These giants spreadsheets on architects paper with columns for each letter columns for word length and he'd would count the number of letters on each page. Oh my god that's extremely tedious. I love that. I mean it kind of reminds me of you as a ten or eleven year old reading the dictionary trying to create your own little database. Yeah yeah it was really very detail oriented approach toward trying to create a game that was accurate that accurately reflected vote language. But he didn't want it to be too accurate. Take s.'s for example. You can put an sms anything to make a new word so butts took some ss out to make the game harder. That totally makes sense. But i cannot tell you how many times of wished that i had an extra s. The only four of them. That damned bag will that was butts as gift or curse to you. Definitely a curse but isn't solely to blame. He actually borrowed this bet. Tallying idea from another man of letters. His inspiration was an edgar. Allan poe short story called the gold bug which was about solving a cipher and that included a line where plo guessed what the frequency of letters in the english language was. I wow i feel. More and more connected. Describe right now. Like i really like edgar allan poe like the complete book of his works at home actually have read that story. So that's how does game worked out. And he came up with a sexy name. alexa coco. Oh yeah and then. He unveiled his game to the world and over the course of a few months he sold eighty four sets. The game. didn't take off it was. Afl oli so butts gives up. So how do we get scrabble. Good question when we back the word starts getting out. This episode of every little thing is brought to you by honey nut cheerios with whole grain oats and a touch of real golden. Honey honey nut. Cheerios are made to nourish the good inside of you. So you can do good for others. I'm hearing my colleague. Max max what is a small act of kindness that you'll never forget that someone has done for you that you'll never forget so about two years ago. I was riding the subway home from work. I was reading the this really good book and then during the train ride. I finished the book and i close did and i saw that there. Is this woman sitting right across from me. Who was just staring at me. And what's your feeling at this point. Because i'm usually when people are staring at you on the subway. It's not an act of kindness. That's coming yes. Yeah but i mean my feeling was like oh no. I stepped on her foot or something. But then she She started talking to me and she recognized this book. So she said oh. Wow what did you think of that. I loved it. She loved it she had read it before. This was like someone. I i never would have talked to before it was the middle of rush hour and we were like the only people on this subway car that were actually interacting with each other. Did it make you feel it. Made me feel really good. There are so many people in new york and it feels often like i'm just so distant from them like there's just no option of crossing over into their worlds and it felt so nice to actually have someone make the effort to kind of reach that gaff in just realize that there are other people who are nice and kind young. You felt connected. I felt connected. 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But it didn't take off until a guy named james. Bruno got his hands on the game. He was a washington bureaucrat. Looking for something to do in his retirement and this is good and he reaches out to alfred butts and he says could i give a crack at trying to sell this thing. Butts gave him that crack and bruno dived in a key contribution. Can you guess what it is. Perhaps a name change bingo like a bureaucrat. to show up and do the bare minimum of that we go. He changes the name from crosswords to scrabble because he liked the way the word sounded and nothing else had been named scrabble. And it just came out of thin air yes scrabble. Basically out of fear he liked the the way the word sounded and what it means to groper claw at something. He thought that sounded like fun. And it sort of reflected what the game was about. Cyrano starts marketing. It and the legend is that the chairman of macy's played the game liked it until one of his buyers to stock it and the game scored big sales went through the roof from a few thousand game sold in nineteen fifty two to nearly four million sold a couple of years later. Well talk about a takeoff absolute cultural phenomenon. All over television and in magazines and newspapers celebrities are playing it. They're being photographed and glossy magazines playing scrabble. Everybody wants the game but scrabble. Success didn't spell mega millions for its creator alfred butts did sign a royalty deal with bruno Two and a half cents per set man two cents per said i mean i know. They sold a lot foot bad. He gave them a ton like just for the name. Yeah definitely yeah he. Also biggest is amazing legacy though that part butts did not anticipate alford butts could not believe any of it but i thought he did mended a fun distraction. A family friendly word game to play in the den but for some people scrabble become something else an obsession soon after the game took off scrabble tournaments emerged and along with them elite players. Who would do just about anything to win. Very quickly players realized that you could go through the dictionary. Learn more words than your opponent and the very very best scrabble players have committed to memory eighty to ninety percent of the two hundred thousand or so two to fifteen letter words that are acceptable in the game and certainly they have committed to memory all of the two through eight letter words that are acceptable in the game which is over one hundred thousand of those okay so i have vivid issues so this seems like a lot of work but that's pretty impressive. I mean this is what was so striking to me. The game looks really different. If you're a super scrambler like the best players don't actually need to love the language the way that you do. They don't even necessarily need to not speak it a few years ago. The five time. North american champion and five time now world champion. A guy named nigel richards decided that english wasn't enough so over the course of like nine weeks he memorized the french scrabble word list and won the french national scrabble championship. He didn't speak any french. Oh my god that's crazy but also you just drop the bomb because the language has their oath gravel. i'd need to know about these other scramble. Languages es scrambles available in a few dozen different languages and some additions may be easier to master than others. for example american scrabble has around two hundred thousand playable words other languages though are more complicated. Because of the way words are inflected so franchise has like three hundred. Eighty six thousand or more playable words icelandic and my god icelandic is insane. Icelandic is like two point. Three million words my god. That's amazing. I don't know anything about the icelandic. So that's pretty cool. I feel like now. I need to go do some research on why they have so many words. Maybe you're next dictionary to buy. I don't know that seems like a hard one to kind of master. Oh my own. Okay if you're not ready to get into icelandic scrabble. Here's a tip for english language. Scrabble if you want to up your game there is a doable to wolf place to start a eaga h. I l. a. m. a. n. a. r. a. Sat awa x. a y. e. b. I wanna level up start memorizing the one hundred or so two letter words. He's been play. But also i didn't know about a few of those ones like a are at a no that that would have been acceptable. But i love a good do you do. I play that one all the time. That was one of the first ones that i learned was like a good doozy to throw out to people. I remember the first time that played with appear. That's not even real word. I guess it is like it's the one of the first things. The dictionary opet is. Thank you for calling this question. This is super super fund. I appreciate it before we go. I have a request. I wanna hear your most embarrassing story like the story that makes you shake your head and cast your eyes down at the floor. When you think about it the story that makes you cringe and laugh many years later. Maybe it was time you called your boss daddy or when you give that big presentation with a popcorn kernel stuck in your teeth or when you accidentally brushed with your partners mom in a hug that went very wrong. Here's one of mine. After i graduated from college. I moved to new york and my job. My first real fulltime job sent me to a conference. And i felt very adult. Here i was in midtown manhattan. I was wearing my most business professional outfit a skirt and tights. And i was about to meet my two best friends my roommates from college so i'm walking out of this conference on thirty fourth street. I'm on a three way call with my friends on my flip phone or talking about to meet. I'm like very proudly relaying my extremely professional big day. I'm feeling good. I'm feeling very sex in the city. I mean this is the early two thousand. When i hear this woman. Maybe half a block behind me calling out stop we. We and i told my friends like there's this woman miami. She's coming out. I hope everything is okay and try to get away because this woman is power walking like right in my direction. She keeps veering towards me. Eventually she catches up to me and she taps me on the shoulder and i turn around startled and very loudly like so loudly that two best friends on a flip phone could easily here. She says your skirt is tucked into your tights and it has been for the last three blocks as you might imagine. my friends loved it and my bop was a lot of jokes at night so healty listeners. Here's my question to you. can you beat that. What is your most embarrassing story. Call us and tell us eight three three ring. E lt reading e lt every little thing is produced by caitlin o keefe stephanie werner bb flanagan. A net hi stand flora man. With how from nicole asuka and doug barron are consulting. Editors are caitlyn kenny. Hor hey just scored by bobby lord eh munger and dara hirsch mixed by dara hirsch e. l. t. is a spotify original podcast and a. n. o. r. r. o. b. o. T. goodbye a mysterious and deadly pig virus appeasing cuba out of nowhere in found the volume. Some say this virus was planted poisoning pig. What's unconscionable and the cia. Did it or was stunned. These agencies are not control. Sal did the cia duet. Release a virus into kua. Listen to science best is to find out that science s fran spotify or revie. Get you pods.

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Hour 2: Harden and Giannis About to Pair Up?

The Stephen A. Smith Show

37:02 min | 2 months ago

Hour 2: Harden and Giannis About to Pair Up?

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Max you also get a sixty day risk-free trial so there's nothing to lose visit simplisafe dot com slash max for your free security camera. Today that's simplisafe dot com slash. Max max kellerman show the podcast max kellerman show espn radio. Espn plus espn app. Siriusxm channel. Eighty your smart speaker of the steelers finally passed up the chiefs on my power rankings. Reach me eighty eight say. Espn seventy nine. Three seven seven sixty s power rankings taking the country by storm the sports world just thinking one day how could we spice up rankings in the nfl. I know i'll rank teams during the course of the season changes from week to week. What do they call it power rankings. It's narrower but one question before you move on. Did you ever anticipate the rest of the sports world in the country of sports radio sports. Tv did you ever imagine him. Distilling ripping you off and sometimes trying to change the name. The way stephen does. Yeah calling it our ranking. Did you ever anticipate that max. Roj imitation is sincerest form of flattery. All agency. That's what i tell myself and listen. I'll have another great idea. Everyone eventually rip off. You know what we we might talk about fantasy football or something about it. Do a segment on it on the air. I mean now. we're talking now. With iran to everyone else's imitating power rankings raj. Were already onto our next great idea. We just keep revolutionizing the business like the max kellerman shows presented by progressive insurance guests. Join me on the shell. Pennzoil performance line hardened westbrook headed out of houston. J. will thinks hardening westbrook will force their way out of houston and says phillies a possibility. Understand how can i put this without blown. Someone spot jay will were someone like that. Who played in the league who was very high draft pick. You know who is in the media who knows guys in the league when he says something. It's not conjecture the way you and your friends are hanging out. And it's just pure conjecture. I'm not seeing anyone tells. Jay will the. Hey this is what's going to happen. I'm saying you talk to a lot of people including the people involved and from what they say. You got a pretty good idea of what's going on. And then there are times where people will just tell you stuff point blank off the record. The point is sometimes you hear someone like jason williams on tv. Say something you have to read between the lines. A little bit bart scott who was filling in for keyshawn johnson on the morning show says to watch out for milwaukee to pair harden with the honest. That's really interesting. Member my theory. Let me see if rodgers paying page. Roj what's my theory about bigs in the nba needs a dynamic dominant small. The small needs to be as great as he is. He needs to be on his level. And i will give you examples. Well what about wilt chamberlain wilt chamberlain had one championship. He was averaging fifty and twenty five one year averaging he had one championship until he got to the lakers where he got his second championship with jerry. West lew alcindor kareem abdul jabbar. Louis people say hey ali when he was cassius clay but referring to him when he already changed his name to mohammed ali. But anyway kareem abdul jabbar one championship with oscar robertson. Five with magic. Johnson zero without the shaquille o'neal three championships with kobe. One with the prime dwayne wade zero without them. Not even penny hardaway at his best was quite good enough. It's got to be all world but what about hakim. Yes in the absence of michael jordan. Hakim grabbed came back the second year. Everyone shut up. Michael jordan came back for the last seventeen games. Whatever was the season didn't have as basketball legs the next year he got his legs under them swept shack and won the championship again. One three more. I mean look in. The absence of jordan pippen combination of another like super team. Hakim one one by the way with kenny smith at a young robert. Ory bigshot pabre at a young sam cell. They had the best talent in the league. That you're end the best player in the league and hakim and the next year. You got clyde so you know. It just doesn't happen but needs another guy just as good as him jaanus. They're pretending that's going to be. Middleton middleton is at best the third best player on a championship team. So i was thinking maybe bradley. Beal but hardens better. The bill harden is more like well. That's too mvp's of course. Yeah how about what. D- ever do. And i know he's like technically a power forward a lot of time but like tim. Duncan if you are like seven feet tall and you block shots like you can defend the rim and rebound okay. You don't want to call him a center. Whatever he's a big basically a five even he's not banging down low. It's not the game anymore. Tim duncan had another big as good as david robinson right and later on. Had you know tony. Parker and monitor nobly neither one quite on dunkin's level but there were two of them and then why later on eighty never did anything in the playoffs. Yeah good teams drew. Holidays bowler drew holidays. Not on that level. When he got with lebron they won and those are the two best players in the game. Those are two. Mvp caliber player. Same team jaanus needs another. Mvp caliber player. What if they got chris paul and someone else. Maybe but it's not quite. Mvp hardens mvp caliber player. Hardiman jaanus yup. That's something very interesting from bart scott as the houston rockets navigate. An off season of major changes. A new challenge is emerging for the franchise the uncertainty of former. Mvp guards because they both one. James harden and russell westbrook futures on the team sources. Tell espn's adrian wootton generosity and tim macmahon when sources tell that means. Let me just tell you what that is. That is their agents saying okay. We gotta start the process of getting you off. This team is going to be really hard. Westbrook has an onerous kind of contract. Forty one million a year whatever years so that offset some of his values. A player harden is gonna be really hard to get equal value for the history of the nba whole history of the league. Wins the trade. Whoever gets the best player in the trade you if you break it down and treat someone for component parts. It doesn't work out well. They traded shack and they got this guy. This guy owed him and this one and that one. It's what it's what the late great doctor jerry buss. The greatest owner by far in the history of american team sports told kobe bryant. Kobe wanted to trade. He said kobe. You are a five carat diamond la break and you up until five one carat diamonds see. It's hard to. Who do you get back from for james harden. I don't even think it could be straight up. We've the box middleton implied so in this one no you gotta flip those guys into stuff that's attractive to houston. Maybe houston looks at it. Says we're gonna tear it down build from scratch. We wanna stockpile draft picks plus get some young sending players we think might be undervalued even then trade james harden. It's tough to get equal value. Dr pepper call in line. Eight eight eight say espn. That's seven to nine three seven seven six. Wait till you hear what jerry jones had to say about. Drafting a quarterback frank in florida. You're on the max kellerman show. Espn radio he saw vain. Hey great show dude. I was just wondering do you. Think that if Both acadian kyri are healthy life. Do the lakers have to get at bowler bradley. Beal to or are they all know. Listen first of all if they just have rondo like one of these years the magic is gonna wear out because he gets older but playoff rondos and all star. He's an all star caliber player. And why is that. I thought a lot about. Why is it and i finally figured it out. The playoffs are the players. Know all the plays do better in the playoffs coaches time right. Plays out of time out time. Preparation time that's rondo. He knows all the plays genius. So it really favors him and he goes from in the regular season. Listen in the regular season. I think rondos are bad player. I watch plane like how was it. The same guy in the playoffs. He's a killer. That's a third all star. But let's say they lose rondo. Do they need to bring in someone. A playmaker yes they do but is it to compete against the nets. If k d comes back as one hundred percent of himself which is unlikely and high re can avoid having a deleterious effect on the chemistry of the team which is maybe he could do it. But maybe he can't and it doesn't interfere. Those two guys usage rates will development of liver or dinwiddie. Or even if you think laverton dinwoodie are as good as they'll ever be. That's pretty good. It doesn't interfere with their effectiveness as players. Then yeah. the nets could be formidable. A lot of ifs Lot of ifs. I expect him be more like eighty percent of himself. I don't know about cairo. He's had a bad effect on a lot of team a different teams chemistries and avert and dinwiddie. It seems to me will be rendered. It's hard to say if they become less effective players or simply depressed their numbers. But i suspect it. Maybe some both that. It may actually limit their effectiveness as players. If they're going gonna be playing off ball as much as they are likely to play off ball news from max kellerman nation. Franks hit me up with dr pepper. Call in line no biased. I really like football. Just don't get crooked year. What i'm saying is fell. power rankings. A lot of questions they ask. How far does steelers gonna move up. But you might have surprise no man. I don't know if he did he. What they that's what they all say what they all say. Hey so last week at number five does boswell look this up that it had projects every though you had the packers at number five last week max who you'd at number five this week. I no longer have the packers and it is because maybe they moved up for all you know who knows raj. I'm not gonna give it away. I no longer have the packers and it is because they. I don't think they've earned it recently. Okay but i do think another team has earned it recently and it is a team which i sat on this show and told you as it relates to lamar jackson. It's not. I don't wanna hear the excuses. Well when he please good defenses good teams. They turn them into a thrower bs know. Who's a good team. The colts are a good team. Lamar jackson's good teams new. I thought he would beat the colts. No lamar jackson's problem is when the lights shine brightest. When he's playing the team he must be three teams the chiefs. If you're in the afc the steelers if you're the ravens with rothlisberger and the playoffs he's own sex. He's twenty five and one otherwise in his career so like that's like in the the playoffs as of right now in a power rankings. That's a that's a quality win ravens is okay. I agree surprise that you and i thought the colts will do. But you said the ratings were bounced back. That's right coach number four last week. You had tom brady and abuts for. We saw those guys on national. Tv destroyed so do they stay there. You got a new team and number four new team at number four the buffalo bills. The bills have had a little bit of an uneven season. But i've seen them win games most of the year where the kept the opponents score down. I've now seen them when a shootout kinda game against seattle and excellent team to one loss team and that one loss by the way was to his team and it was by one play in overtime very close to being undefeated team and they had their way with a man. Most of wilson got him to within a score late in the third. And i was like damn russ's feels like a blowout nice job but the bills pulled away anyway. By the way. I i was dying. Put the dolphins in this. Like the is miami. I'm just so curious to see how foreign to it can take the stevens a good team but in the afc right now. The bills are on top there the four slot. Okay and number three. Last week you had the seattle seahawks who's a decent struggled yet again so the other state. They're they moved out. What's up. Max it's not the seahawks we've got. Now you know the saints had a good win against the bucks a really good win. He's not the saints either. All okay it is the pittsburgh steelers you drop them. You the only person in america who dropped the still trop. The steelers one slot still a top. three team. Having aren't record their undefeated they've beaten baltimore. They struggled mightily to beat the lowly cowboys. But that's a rivalry game in fact. Even though you know different conferences and everything you know steelers cowboys go way back But they slipped to three and it's not even like i'm holding against them the way they beat the cowboys. It's that another team. Did enough to put them over the steelers at this moment and that is i have to last week. Raj still at one of the only people that were didn't have number one so who could possibly be number two the new orleans saints. Wow they may not even be on to number two. The saints were my preseason pick before seattle. Got jamal adams the saints for years had missed that number two receiver. They have him now but then they didn't have covert right now. They didn't have michael. Thomas either now to get thomas back. They get emmanuel sanders. Fat kamar is falling drew. Brees those average yards through the air right which was which were like. Oh my god this dude. Falling off a cliff. No he's an old quarterback who didn't have any weapons. His his arm is not the strongest to begin withdrew breezes thing he's the most accurate guy ever but take away any kind of threats. What's he gonna do now. Give him his players back. The saints looked to me like the class of the nfc. They spanked the bucks. Both sides of dos thanked him offense and defense to phases of the game roj phases of the game. They spanked by the way not the special teams where the bucks showed them. They kick the field goal down thirty five points a game. Special teams really showed up. You're not gonna shut us out the saints come into which leaves at number one have. I even moved them off number one. Since the beginning of the season. Raj nine you say who's going to beat them and who's going to be relying he's gonna be politic. Kansas city chiefs and early young people were like i had to come back in this game and they didn't look good neck in. It's my nerd voice now saying yeah you know what. Imagine doing power rankings. Last year's playoffs starting from the very beginning. Well the chiefs were down to the titans. Right i texans. I forgot that they played. I and titans the texans i there were down big to the texans down big to the titans then they were down to the forty niners and all they did was win the super bowl then. They picked up this year where they left off. It's like the play with teams a little bit in the beginning like they give them hope a little bit there and then patrick mahomes is like Okay let me wake up in the end. This little farce kansas city chiefs. Best team in football there. It is raj gonna call. You want to sneak one in. Lena call you always talk about. You're gonna do this real quick. Hang on this real quick thinking to call see the job. Well done raj by the kansas city chiefs staying on top of my power rankings. And i tell you a job well done for reason roj. It's because job well done is brought to you by napa whether you stop by a locally owned napa auto parts napa auto care or visit napa online. If you need help with your ride you can count on napa. Know how see that so you do a read. Raj gave it feeling i did. It did all right. Tony in la. You're on the max kellerman show. Espn radio hey. Max is twenty from la Just out the know what you think about tony. Larussa not reaching out to tim anderson since he's been signed to the white sox and marcus stroman comments. Today about kim's his reasons are not signing to the white sox because larissa the yankees have a vacancy What do you think is odds of us. Not signing dj mayhew and maybe trading. For tim anderson to be the starting shortstop for the new york yankees. Okay first of all. I don't wanna think about not signing dj lemay. I don't wanna hear how steinbrenner talk about economics right now getting under kneecap stop it. You have not won the world series since two thousand nine. During which time the red sox have won multiple world series unacceptable first of all tests requested. Yes of course. Tony lewis already messing. Things up. Serves reinsdorf right here me chicago. I know you're mad. Aided eight say. Espn if you're in chicago right now you call it. I'm gonna give you priority. But as far as the yankees are concerned. The mayhew has been a revelation. It wasn't just a chorus field mirage. This dude is an excellent hitter and he's an excellent defender at multiple positions. The yankees used to have a guy like that during their heyday in the fifties. The casey stengel platoon yankees where he would. Matchup righty lefty righty. Lefty righty throughout the lineup. And it would keep some guy stats down individually. But they win the world series and bill. James had an extra an article on him and said he probably could have been in the hall of fame. he not retired when he got traded. And that's gil macdougall. Macdougall was a was a was an excellent player lemay. He was like that. A plus defender a gold glove caliber defender at one position and a plus defender multiple infield positions. And he and he's a top three four. Mvp candidate so far this two years with the yankees and they're gonna let him go. You got be out of your mind. It's not an either or if you're the yankees how you want to get things under control and you'd want to add in the last three world series. I'd say you save a buck but this is bs right now. If you play the yankees cheap and house been excellent a mocking alive. He's been he's been a much more reasonable version of his late father. But that's not good enough and by the way cashman's not good enough either cashman's one of the best but he's not the best. You can't let the red sox beecher four to one in world series under your watch since two thousand four can't happen but it happened. Yes the yankees should go after a top shortstop although they have a guy who can hit like there's no tomorrow right but it's not either or more janki lynnfield lemay. Hugh is so versatile you can keep him as like super utility player at second base but also move them around and then you can keep your twenty two year old triple crown threat. At short or second he'll start me with the yankees. We're not on a new york right now. Right raja's our second hour use my yankee stuff. Now if we're not even on new york could see carried away. Has jerry finally come around on deck. Espn radio on. Siriusxm is where you need to be. If you live and breathe college football we're talking live games. The latest rankings conference and team news analysis from mark packer greg mcelroy and ej. Manuel all leading up to championship specials. And more take sirius. Xm with you and always have the latest college football info you need. Listen right on the sirius. Xm app or online at siriusxm dot com slash. Listen espn u. max kellerman show. Podcast the max kellerman show on. Espn radio espn plus the espn app. Sirius xm channel eighty and on your smart speaker. Think i'm wrong on tony. Larussa that the white sox should have never hired him. In fact now should fire him. Reach me eighty eight say. Espn eight eight eight seven to nine. Three seven seven six. The max kellerman show is presented by progressive insurance. All guests. join me on the shell. Pennzoil performance line. Ed in chicago. You're on kgo actually doing go ahead. Stay real quick. So timid is one. Yankee are never getting you remember. Chicago took a chance inside him. Do a quick time. Save them money smart. You'll never get course second part Correct me if i'm wrong. How many rings ten anderson have right and it didn't totally russa half. It's been a week. Tony russa doesn't owe him a call right now. Tony little hold on. Larussa has rings. They were enormous cheaters in oakland. Everyone knows it right. There was this huge flash point for juicing. Now mcdowell's come out and said tony larussa instituted sign stealing with the white sox years ago. That's still not proven or anything. But what interests mcdowell have saying that. And if you look at the cardinals where he also won championships. I just look at the numbers you had good players on the cardinals who would always been good players. But they became great offensive players on saint louis and i found that curious. They became fundamentally different kinds of offensive players on saint louis and i find that curious. This is a guy who who wanted to dictate the public political speech of his players right. They can't be kneeling on my team. I'll tell them to stay in the dugout but why larussa you're standing you think it's any different. You're still standing if sittings political speech and so a standard so that so the players can make political speech during the game provided it's yours right larussa wrong. That's not how it works and the same guy is is falling asleep. You don't have to be woken up by cops. It is car and then he gets a dui separate occasions right. And i don hasn't managed ten years and he just was one of the worst executives in baseball reinsdorf feels guilty about letting him go once upon a time so he says to hell with white sox fans other do whatever i want. It's my team. News for max kellerman nation. Edges hit us up on the dr pepper call in line. That's my pause now. We hear something or do we not know. Pause for imaging is being deleted year. Yeah i don't know why you can't follow this thing maxim clearly another caller patrick from chicago chicago. You're on the max kellerman show espn radio. Hey mac somewhere that with you this. Is he totally russa. God's gotta go if you wanted to go outside the box. I just gave it away is again or aj peers inskeep. That's the way they should've went. White sox fans would have been happy. Looks weird about presents. You know what's weird about present throughout his entire career. I thought he was underrated. I thought he was underrated in san francisco. And i like it was always like. He seemed to always be available and can because he didn't draw a lot of walks in an era where that was really valued and he considered this great defender but i noticed teams caught. Four were good and he always played little car one hundred twenty hundred thirty games a year and he hit like he hit like in the old days people used to look at the batting average home runs from the catcher position and stuff and i know brzezinski would give you fifteen homers and hit two eighty and present skis a good catcher. I remember on the white sox picked him up. It was based on the cheap. Basically i thought for a player like him and he wound up winning the world series. But i remember the knock against him being. He wasn't the kind of guy you want it on your team and i always thought that was wrong. I thought presents ski was excellent. He'd be an interesting choice for manager. Actually jerry jones jerry. You got two wins on the season. You're going to draft a quarterback this year jerry. Me try this again roger. Jerry you have two wins on the season. Will you draft a quarterback this year. You're right now. It looks like we're in line for the third pick now could move up could move down but if it stays at three. Is it crazy to bring up the idea of taking a quarterback with the third pick or the second pick abba. Yes you asked me his crazy. Bring the idea. Yes playing games here. Yeah but it's not the thing to be talking about it all back quarterback dacca's your quarterback but he's rookie deal is up. You're gonna have to pay a lot of money and are you sure. He's better than trevor lawrence or justin field. You're not gonna get pick one like you. Don't pick one. That's going to be the jets. Let's assume it's trevor lawrence. So maybe you pick second or third and maybe second or third is just field. Justin feels a lot like deck but as ryan clark said on i today his talent. We don't know about the results yet. And on the pro level. His talent is pitched higher than deck about the same size but a better athlete. Faster with a better arm. I don't know if you could get a younger better version of deck who's much cheaper. Why wouldn't you do that especially that coming off a catastrophic injury and you could say well because with deck. You know what you have. You're hoping justin fields gets to be as good as deck is right now. There's no guarantee that in fact the odds are long that anyone becomes what data is right. Now he's a very good quarterback okay but that would be if you thought you were right. There dacca's guy because we're about to win the super bowl. Your offensive line is shot to hell. That's really the strength of your team. In recent years. As a result ezekiel elliott's not as good anymore and rogers pointed out. He got paid as he looked the same since. And you don't have a defense might as well take the best quarterback on the board and in terms of has jerry finally come around on deck. They offered one hundred ten million. Guaranteed what do you mean dax. Who turned it down. And i didn't think that was a good idea at the time. They played them cheap when he was making two million a year. They should've locked them up long-term before this and they could have gotten them cheaper but i think the carson wentz deals a bad deal for the eagles golf deals a bad deal for the rams and i think at one. Ten is bad for the cowboys. Dak at one ten or just field at twenty. Well who would you rather have. The max kellerman show the podcast kellerman show espn radio. Espn plus espn map. The espn app not espn espn espn app and sirius. Xm channel eighty and you're smart speaker. Eighty eight say espn at seven to nine three seven seven six bats. Do last take in a second but i have to tell you something from the previous segment. The home depot improves things. This holiday season home depot improved black friday instead of one day of crazy the home depot lower prices. Now they'll stay low through december from decorations. to dishwashers. Wreaths to ratchet sets so sleep in. You're not gonna miss black friday now. One little bit black. Friday improved the best prices of the year already at the home depot. How doers get more done. Us only valid through december second while supplies last see stores for details. You heard i shake your voice violin. I take out your yoni scrolling down here messes last all right here. We go roger very upset about the yankees been. We've been talking during the commercial break. But i'll save that for tomorrow. Dominic in long island. You're on the max kellerman show go. Hey max how you doing big fan the question for you. what did what's your thoughts on the waiver. Wire this weekend. David montgomery down obviously econo- by need some last minute. Fancy pick up some a little concerned about patterson sleeping on us. I'm gummy gumri whatnot. Any other suggestions of this is what i'll say i don't off the top my head honestly i. I haven't even started to think about my draft kings team yet because has decided. We're not going to include thursday games anymore. So i don't start thinking draft kings or fantasy until like ask the weekend approaches but i will say this what casey joyner said about. I think it was a case. Casey joyner warren sharp raja casey. The football scientists on this show is that he did his research all the way back to from wherever from whatever and what he found is running back behind good offensive lines when they get good run blocking average like seven plus yards per carry and the great ones average ten but great running backs behind bad run blocking or under three yards a carry. So like ezekiel elliott. Or whoever's to run for the dallas cowboys right now ain't gonna do it. That ain't it. You gotta find running back. Who's for a team. That's been getting good run blocking Especially a guy if you think he's going to get carries like this. This is the research. I'll do for my own team after when the weekend approaches and probably take him as my flex guy right if you're talking about like your waiver wire and stuff for your fantasy team. If you're still playing season long fantasy. I don't know what to tell you roj. Do you play season-long football fantasy football anymore. You know kind of nerd on man. I run three other leagues. Yes it's still still like you. There's trees the draft. You got into it once. They came out with with basically crack. You know once. They came out with with fantasy daily fantasy. It's pure form that's like fantasy rock. I can do what. I gotta play knowing california. You're on the max kellerman show. I doing no good. I questioned you. Didn't kerber or joe burrow will have the better career in the nfl. Personally think her. I'm a huge chargers fan. But i want your input unbiased. I would say heading into the season. Borough having seen what i saw so far right now i gotta go with herbert. Herbert is doing things as a rookie. That are actually unusual. I know we're in a passing error. He has weapons. You know the herbert's doing things unusual. His accuracy down the field. And that's the whole shooting match really much as the game has changed. Can you be accurate down the field as much as it's a short pass and it's using your legs. Can you be accurate down the field with herbert. Can he special and and heading into this year. I'd say if was healthy. I might even take him over burrow but because of health maybe borough to a herbert right now. Herbert number one for me. Scott in california. You're on the max kellerman show. Espn radio scott scott. There's me here's me and here's you what's up scott. Okay so One big and twin a championship bird. What do you have perished mikhail dominant. Detroit man beer. The big bully in Jabbar not like a chamberlain. Don't like a shock. You don't need a big win. Gem kill you know who keep them though. He's a winner and three. Did you see that hole in one skipper at the practice ground from rome. I don't even know what language you just spoke. What did he say. Roger at the end. I think you mentioned one of the sports is is a big tournament coming up. You know. listen number one. You don't need a dominant big to win. But if you have one you try to win with them right so you have honest figure out how to win number to keep larussa. He's a winner. Hasn't been a winner in ten years and larussa was a bad executive. Mba aussie to getting heated up by the next radio. Thanks for listening to the max kellerman show make sure you subscribe rate and review. You can hear the show lot weekdays at two pm eastern on. Espn radio espn news. Or wherever you stream your audience.

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The C List  Sea. 3 Ep. 124

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The C List Sea. 3 Ep. 124

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Okay so i would wake up to go to work shower before work was get home and sometimes i was smell more than others so i didn't wanna be the stinky guy at the gym so i shall befall went to the gym and then when you get back or play long and then when i get back i was shower for. Everyone smelled like sex at the gym somewhat. Put the order renamo. Fuck walter it looks like just showers ain't really a part of a routine. Maybe like a weekly thing. Yeah when he had when he had a shortcut for the ordinary he said deal because he just doesn't he didn't know any other words. Hey radio big. I hope he slipped down those steps right now and hurt yourself. Ladies and gentlemen. I'm sitting here. We are. man is surprised to see twice as such a short time. I wasn't that is amazing. Yeah my co host. This is a rare. This is a retriever fi. Get sea best today. See best doesn't come that often. The only comes seasonal times of us. He's like a holiday guest. feel special. you should right now. 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So what's your ratio guy to girl show you got like. Oh my god you know what hundred to one yeah. It could be cottage that for every twenty males that we've had here we get a female females. Don't feel as comfortable as you can see. Our studio setting doesn't say hey we're comfortable. Isn't that right now. she's comfortable. she only one. I vouch for right now. That might say this is like kind of like not a place where people feel comfortable. Here is definitely testosterone in there. I sure would save like homeless testosterone. My mind anyone in your home you. You're not doing too good. If you live in fulltime. I'll tell you that all fine fair you know what i mean. If you've been in plenty of times. I i definitely don't think if you're in here more than two hours a day you're doing well. You gotta get the fuck outta here. By the way shout out to the despotic win. What would a good time to write this spot. Winwood y'all yeah man. They've been amazing letting us do episodes out of here. We bounced around this whole facility and it's been great. This is low key a mansion. Okay this is like he had and keep you open a door. And then there's like five more doors to go into sane. yes. I've seen this place from the outside. I never knew this existed. I've been doing business with this guy for a while. Now and every time i come i come into like a brand new rumors section and i'm like where did this minute from. How did you make this week. I've been coming here at least two years and every time i'm finding out some new about this place. Yeah and sometimes it's amazing because it's just not finding new rules as they come up with a brand new scheme like everything looks completely different. It's it's amazing displays connected to the laundromat it is. I know it's connected to the restaurant. The restaurant door and end up in a laundromat. I don't know. I don't know if these doors do end up in one thousand nine hundred and walked along door this some of these doors might lead to another dimension to keep keep that in different fucking planet. You've been to the bathroom down. Their time shit scares me. It's the one down here really would have scared you. The light doesn't work. I just don't switch one down there it's got like a uv light doesn't even do. Its job it. just glows. Check those beds for taking on the toilets but ladies and gentlemen enough of that bantu right there. We went off script there for a second but spiked. Like i said we were back to our normal ways and we have yet another guest here coming to happen with this on the show. This next guest man. We've been talking to right here right now man. I can't say you know guess. I've come in here before. I've had some sort of spe familiarity but there's been times that some come in here and i'm like i don't know who the hell we got walking in here one of those. You're one of those today. I have no. We're walking into. But i do know this ladies and gentlemen. He is qatar teasing musician. That could be just limiting you right now I guess that's about. I mean it. Can i say musician or guitar. Guitar is fine. Yeah okay so all right well limit you then okay. We'll keep you there. We gotta guitarist ladies and gentlemen this man. I've recently through some other mutual artists that i've worked within the past man namely taylor david. Shout out to the homie taylor. Day and He raved about our next guest human. He said this guy is amazing man. He's amazing guitar drew. You guys just got together. You guys just started a ban now. From what i understand and he was really raven about it man so i said you know we've got to have this guy on and with that said ladies and gentlemen. We've got sitting in the studio with us today brandon robbie. Yes sir that. I do it right. Yeah fuck yeah brand rod but let me tell you on your on your instagram dead. It's what now is dead. There's not one picture on there. What are you one of. Those people you got hacked is a bad day. I got home one of those days. I been one of those days. Deleted all your shit. I am friend that i went through unframed pattern on friend is one thing as a face rented me. You unfunded yeah. 'cause i went back on instagram. I had left incidence right for like three months. And then i came back and i saw my followers out and i checked and they say you are that trying to follow. Nobody's not man zero post. I know you're not. It was a real twenty eight priorities. Not say on social media you could either do a one way you remove are your pose. Remove all your friends but something's gotta go one of the two. Why your both a really bad day. Have nobody to look nothing. You could delete this all your written parts and leave it blank. Everything people have written just thirty racing. The you wrote down man. But yes man on your. I almost called you brandon rabbi. I've heard that more than a thousand times. Wouldn't be insulted because look on his instagram. It's brandon b. r. a. n. d. o. n. and then there's a hell yes. Yeah i wasn't. I'm not that ignorant. Yeah was some sort of middle situation there and then the second part is our a typo it. Yes so like if if you're ignorant and you really fast you're gonna think brandon rabbi. Yes it's the accent on the i but you can't you can't put an accident. So how do you pronounce it. Well if hispanics. He rolled the rs. Yeah row but i don't see when when you see him at a couple but i'm not ready rally and row do exactly get it. That's a second to get got it but brandon man. Thank you for being a problem. She being patient with us and putting this whole stuff together takes him in ghosted me for a little bit now. It's fine shit right now. People like i'm ghosting like unfriendly this guy before he does it to you. That's my message. Don't listen to these people. That's love the true i love. You don't believe brandon man. So let's start with this i. I'm kind of guessing already know the answer here. But where are you from from miami from miami. The three zero filed a day county. Jackie gave the fresh back. Miami vice city Jockey how lung those colors are great right now right. He saw the the jerseys that they're talking about bringing out for next season. Why once now it's like it's like miami vice colors but it's like fade like fades into it's always starts off like oh i haven't seen that blew down at the bottom. Then it becomes like all pink and then kinda fades away into the wire little dose. It's kind of fresh as we got to see that. Yeah fresh What what part of me from I was born in like the city of miami. But then i mo- kendall for a little bit and then. I moved to homestead when i was like about three four. Okay so we will hold up. Yeah that's on his show at home. So when i was like twelve thirteen four there was jack shit and homestead born in city. Man in the city yeah. I can't really tell you what it'll be. Yeah grew up like three or four. I don't remember shit so i was there. You talk so homesteads been like. Oh yeah okay okay so you you a homestead yet. I mean because the other parts. Can you really count if you're three or four those count. Yeah yeah i was there. But but i don't remember i just said where i grew up in home so that's the best way to put what's life like down home state for a while. It was really quite. It was like three or four buildings everywhere but can ten years ago. They started everything is a million buildings everywhere and now as a city like a real city. Yeah homestead traditionally it as it was before it was like there was like a farm fields. Thousand field yeah no but the city is moving that way the farms are going away. They're not they're not they're disappearing completely. Well they're buying. The land company is in the land and then the put up like a outback or some shit that is insane and did you like the whole farm spread out feeling begging today. Now i'm more of a city guy kind of like what's going on. Yeah i'm yes alive. There's like a culture going around. Yeah you feel like home a not a good one but there's definitely a culture i was gonna say man because host joe homestead is still kind of like it to any florida go-round here that might even know homestay now with that being there recently you're automatically pink farm town like sleepy town down there and like downtown homestead though. I can't believe that has a downtown. Does whether the seminole casino is the downtown like that one st seven. Okay now. it's like a movie theater. It's a seminal theater. Is his name domino's pizza. Yeah that's that's what i was talking about. Three hundred and twelve. Yeah yeah oh downtown washington. Well the i did. I did the show with burger. There's retirement he shows no okay so you saw that one building. Yeah one across the street. That's it that's downtown. It's right behind the police bill yet. Park in front of the police downtown is like one block. That's downtown downtown miami days. Shut down one. Peter ocasio pcs store. Show i've ever done was in that theatre really heads down. Best show was it was so great was three fifty fifty show and capacity. Yeah it was. I mean like they were turning people away because they had no more seats from who are trying to buy tickets so sold out and it was the burgers comedy. Show the laugh it up. And that's it was fucking dope. You wanna feel like wireless microphone big stage intro music. Dj got a spotlight on real spotlight. Like bro you wanna talk about fucking show hands down. Every summer burger always bow. Berger put me on one night on some like. I wasn't even supposed to go on. I just went out to show love and burger was. Y'all got five. I was like yeah had my notebook and he put me on and like i did two more shows after that bro. I stole his shots. I didn't know that was downtown downtown. That whole parking in that building. That's downtown is a mexican spa right across the street. From the seminal theater and then there's like a used to be like a bar and now it got bought out by some like some other family or people and it's still a bar but like they renovated but like that was built a mega movie theater. Back there yeah. No one fucking goes where a bowling alley and movie theater. Where it's back there. I think on around there. Oh my god. I need to go. Yeah like facts. I am going to take my home. My girls my girl's sister. She's dating doodoo. Legit home said like deep home so always shot to figure out. What should we do. Wish i know there's bowling. And i'm not sure if it's open because of covert or whatever right. It was pretty new when the a week new and and they closed their. No one's really been going. What was what was life like grown-ups. cnn neighborhood. Quiet had no friends. No one who live did some me and my dad. When i was five when i went to school came back that was about the day. Yeah saw the days went so the envir- it was pretty quiet and you spend time doing. They're growing up I used to be a video game kid a lot. So i spent a lot of time on that and then like eleven twelve found picked up the guitar and i was like video games you play. Oh god modern warfare two. Yeah that's real that's real but knowing you got all that farm out there what made you wanna play video games. We could have been like a cow milking cows and listen to what you're telling me and then tell me listen to yourself and then say selling your own at the end up with that life. You don't will you. Don't go out and be. I'm going to be a far. Yeah it's not the nineteen hundreds no more sedate. Cool trying to be gary v ninja online situations to play video games. We saying that he's downstairs. He can make his way upstairs. He says the doors lock well. That's because walter does a warm anyone in here if you wanna you wanna let the strangers in. We're not supposed to let doubles in here. I mean demons. Or whatever but we'll let things slide so you you play video games video game. Oh yeah and he said call of duty was your shit modern warfare to that like two thousand seven two thousand eleven period for video games. I think it's a great that got you into this year while the game. What are the game dude. I was like exclusively cod for a long time. Are you are you. Did you like playing fighting games. Were now is fucking terrible. I like mortal kombat and street for i. Couldn't i was just mad at it the whole time. I like the dragon ball games dragon ball out to the fuck you do on their pokemon kind like all right. So it's kinda like tekken remember talking. Yes okay so it's kind of like tekken but like imagine dragon. Ball z regan like jumping the air drag abbasi noman. I'm i got white chain here. That was passed. I feel like i can't even. I have no hope in explaining it to if you haven't even seen it now i gotta talk to you. I talked to my dad dad. It's the ones that through the fireballer. Their hands goku goku anything. Some of the men fight. That's what it is. They fight they fight in air and the fly around balls of energy is cool. Can you kick and so. It's like tekken right where it's like a side view of two people fighting and you can just do the shit. I do like that you see in the cartoon happens in the game like their comedic lee strong over the ridiculous. You grab the whole world's energy joppa earth baugh orange planet on someone and shit. Yeah dan son. I feel like i missed out on a lot as you do. Switch duty. But i like fighting games myself i i i kinda grew up a little bit in the mortal combat. Yeah friday rome. Call of duty and on shit. I was never good at the rpg. She i can never like really be the one man. I got dizzy. Grow you play. I play like i wouldn't even play online man. I you know. I do a little mission here and there a few times. Get dizzy from around in circles. And just say. I'm done with this game. I'm i'm gonna sit down person thing to say. Yes see that's what my dad says but that dad is right your dad. We should have had your dad on his show. We'd be complaining about this together right now you spend in circles and you'll know where the puck go now you do you. Just don't get in through a door. This is crazy watch. Did you find mattel. Scared of my tail. Says he can't get in. But i think he's got the wrong spot. That's fine let them guess what was what was out there like an rv. Yeah we're behind that greenback green object back. There were hiding. We're in a secret location. Brand is so you spent that time playing video games. you sit around and eleven or twelve. You decided to pick up the guitar. But let's go back into that for a second here where what happened. Did you lose so many games. That got peterson. Said i changed schools. And they're like what electives. Dui they land them all out and it was just like fucking change school. I went to a different school from north to south pole a case gate to charter schools and i went to somerset Yeah okay so in the shirt like the process of changing schools they ask for your electives or whatever and they name. They gave me a list and the only one that sounded remotely interesting was guitar. So you just picked it because it sounded remotely engineers the only thing other than like art and dance like what was. What were you trying to go for like head you had had you had the full pick to all the electives. I pretty much did. Yeah i could have picked any. I would have got whatever but so always the one. I'll tell you make all of that. It was guitar that you said looked interesting because my me and my dad plays guitar music and stuff on the radio and stuff. So i'm like yeah try. Your dad played in non none like the music. Play guitar folk musics are like let me give that a shot so growing up. It was your dad kind of gave a little bit of the guitar influence. Yeah i guess so. Yeah it's jam man going you listen to a lot of the eagles like the big one hotel. California hotel bought all of them do. He loves the eagles his big. What what was the song that really caught your attention. The child mind paradise city those two songs or the ones that i wanna play that rose. Yeah she oh. My god listener that guns and roses i feel is one of those is one of those bands that no matter the genre music into evelyn kind. Everybody fucks with guns and roses as well as they do with. Nirvana nirvana is another one of those bands. Al give a fuck if you love hip hop or just into alternative rock or even techno for this matter you fuck. That's what i'm saying. But guns and roses is one of those groups. That's just like nirvana that you fuck with eight that right material i listen to music about why people for two thousand seventeen. Who's artists is that put you on. I listened to pink. Floyd's dark side of the move the first time like two weeks ago while early. Oh no catching up. I don't even watch. Tv shows in order. I don't get it doesn't wouldn't you do. I wanna be a fad. But that's just because if i become a fan then you gotta go to the radical hard. Oh yeah you got to listen to all of the yeah. That's my favorite thing to do. I like doing that getting invested in anything. Watch the movie with the sound of the music. And i direct commentary john week to like ninety seven times remorse. You had a hundred dj shadow. While i was john with a so let me. Let me ask you john. Did you talk about the presidential erections erections today. Today's all jacking off on a webcam which will vote for the one those ronald fuck that near the one. Toronto fucking elephant. I'd have to go with the one the folks that donkey rambo for the elephant. Because you got as on your. I wouldn't even know where to start doing. I'm just saying oh you had the everyman experience. The man podcast. I thought they gave you the no. I got no pamphlet. I can't believe i came in here. Fun silent library. Yeah yeah yeah oh this guy must be called bam who you fucking the donkey or the elephant mother. But that's that's tuesday is listen. I believe that the donkeys more aerodynamically easier to fuck them versus an elephant. Because you got flying. How about just to handle the difficult eagles trolling donkey before all right fuck it donkey or elephant. But if i had to control one of the two i think i have a better chance controlling the dunk with yet. But you gotta cli- which one would you have as a pet. We'll start guest. Oh donkey or elephant gotta ride this year. You can't have you can't have an opening. Yeah luck if you might as robert o one bedroom donkeys convenient because he fits. Yeah but if you just get on your dunking on the fuck elephant elephants committee for that. I'm with the there's horse country and there ain't country in my way where. Where do we have donkeys. Just didn't we can make a real ass cowboy on the street. Oh yeah you've never been by no horse country out here. That's just great. She won one donkey in my life. I'll a police officer. So you know those cuban people that live there part paid all their grandparents in horse country. My god matteo brandon brandon. Yes so guns n. Roses was the start that gravitate. And you get your attention with the music. Yeah i'm guessing that's what your electric guitar interest comes in way originally started. But then i i dunno. I found other things but de definitely started from there. So yeah okay. So so what you took guitar as an elective. Yeah all right and you said none of the other ones were interesting or are you saying that was the only one you had available to know that i had. None of the other ones were interesting. Okay pigments all right. Let me let me give you a list of things you pick you could pick. Art can pick dance. Your pig robotics robotic zillion robots inch. Okay that might have been. That might have been some learn how to a remote control and changed when you was in high school a little closer no fucking elected you home economics on existing order type type a we computer class. That's what it was called. Computer crashes called going home. Go home for us. It was teach us how to put the disk side. The cd reader. This no more shit to figure that out we stick the floppy disk and we went like twenty minutes for looking up a nobody cares the fastest booth. This show is only play. Yeah yeah. I don't even know what that is. You know about isis tower. You have icy tower. Yeah i know. I see so this is how old are you. Twenty six knows you jump onto the next book and think okay. Yeah yeah i played the game some dope s music playing in the background. Is it like for your phone. They probably got app now. But it used to be like a web browser games. Bubble shaw going to cool math games. Do you ever have that hell. Yeah one of those sites. Oh okay okay. That's real these guys through fun but when you're a math class i look in class since no poor home beepers came back when we come again. Walter a microphone but he's definitely a call right now. Definitely a part of the show i. You couldn't even get him near the mike's just do hand gestures shape. I think he just like all of a sudden is that's his thing it's like What's that called. W got to know where to go in and go out. That's joe johns talking about music. Man let me take a veteran subject as back to the subject so when it comes to making music yeah you know. These people that are songwriters. Yes there's people that are musicians people label myself as in that says no john shit but just i guess a gotta be guitarist and songwriter. Okay yeah so you these. Yeah you just musician i guess it's okay i can give me some figure it out but you said. He grew up listening to guns and roses. So you're more like electric guitar like your your style your style of music playing it. Does it lean more towards heavy metal lean towards hip hop flow like what type of sound play rock and roll but like blues rock and roll type stuff. The rock rock said like derived straight from blues like around. I like to learn. Like i listened to what i like and then i listened to what inspired what i like. Give us an example. Some of the artists Just say led zeppelin right led zeppelin. All their songs are stolen from like american blues artists. And shit okay. And i don't know how to explain it though. Like your favorite rapper or drake. I listen i need to miss. Who's your favorite rapper. I don. I don't want to no okay. Then little wayne is more so then like you listen to low wayne right now go listen to who lil wayne used to listen to listen to who they lose some do yes little wayne. There's no comparison. Yeah he's his own thing. Little wayne is wayne. Yes but you got what. I'm trying to say though right. I because i like. Have you listened to fontaine. Have you listened to some good college. Like yeah yeah biden on that. But he took the new ways like drake is like jay z. You see it. Yeah you learn from it. You know to learn where it comes from before you really. Comedians have a little bit of that correlation. There's comedians you know. Ask them who they listened to that. You know like the house of the world. The kevin know listened to other greats that inspired them in the certainly sack. I you know. I i see what you mean in that regard but yeah i guess guns n. Roses would be like the main one that got me. Like really made my eyebrow. Lift up a little bit. Okay okay so where one point. He said he'd eleven twelve year round qatar through the elective class. Would you see yourself taking this series. The no clue. I don't. I can't really pinpoint when i just knew i was good at it from like the jump like it clicked with me that i was a lot better than everyone in the class. Besides like two or three kids was natural to. Yeah i fucked got it. And i really liked it so i was at home playing apart from just what i was doing in class. Where you being one of those kids. Yeah for some reason at first but as we've been talking to him he looks like the type that in the classroom and good. You need those people carry that around but like it was so i had a. I had a friend in that class. He was a. He took the class the year before so he was a year ahead of me. So it's always just like little back and forth come back one day and be like check this out and then i'll be like. Oh yeah. I'll go back the next day after that'd be like well check this out and it's like a little competitive thing. Did you guys you guys doing good enough to do that. We just play knew we couldn't play on the spot or anything so we just play like little songs. We knew what that would have been bad ass if they went like after school. I mean you school. Three o'clock in the parking lot and they just pull out what that would ask from. What yeah no. They would've like set up like a guitar fight in the on the one dollars nano as the kids in school. Now that are fucking raging pussies. Edge wait so so you guys were around the time when they made a point. Meet me somewhere. We still weren't that. Were over places. Replacing the parents sure a lot of wins in almost every way. Now yeah you're you're you want to know why the kid the kindergartner act. The way he does. That's cause for the past. Five years of his liveliness parents act. Like that's why the fuck they would they donate so kids do that number as they message hell. Yeah not many times you walk out nowadays. He see kids and you think that everyday eight but do they ever do. They still set up appointments to fight in school. The sure your right for sure. They might text generally know. Everyone's there's everyone knows when there's a fight about it roll down the people who are no about the fighter there before the people. That's that's part of growing up. You imagine making little. Have you ever set up an appointment to fight a kid now on the spot once nano well. Yeah he was being a bitch like fuck. I'll wait so do this is funny so we're playing call of duty right. It's sixth grade on call of duty. Okay all right to hear the story at my party house in sixth grade. Modern warfare three was the most recent call of duty we were playing. And you know how it gets talking shit right. And then he's like all right and he left the party on xbox and he saw me in school and got super pissed and like them. Yeah you got to remember that specific. Your name is definitely. That's why that's why that's why that's my mom guy head hit the day. That's why the fed mother. Oh my god. We're going for the those given that you don't say we know they say every off home if ciller diffusion i those those materials moment alison details drunk while he dropped the making left. See who else crash so you see him after school during lunch so dirty he so he was in my art class. We had the same class together. And he's looking at me. I'm looking at him and we're like yep it was no appointment it was just the next day. So you're looking at you. You who won. I would say me. Who swamped i mean. You swamp sitting on them punch yup randy. Did you play. Did you do air guitar at the end when i didn't play guitar. I should've oh it was. It wasn't a real it didn't last long like to swings and a teacher broke it up ruining shit man that would have done for your music career because right there. He would've liked picked up a guitar. He would have been the most bad ass petar head with and that's how i ended up in jail. That's true to that point especially in those days nowadays. Go tar that's done Ours are hard to fucking break. Dude dash it is very strong. What happened now guitars spit. Oh sorry. that's right. We pay them building so you you you learn guitar school. But don't you start off with electric or did you start atlanta. I started off on an acoustic guitar. I took guitar class like in my seventh grade. Yeah ruben dario here out of record. Listen minute third grade. We played the recording and they made everyone play that she was terrible. You can't you can't pass elementary school. Berkeley no absolutely not dating joe. You donate it back to the school. You know you did. I believe that make you pay for it. Make you buy and then you gotta give it to them as But so you played the i mean. The acoustic is different from the electric. And the way you approach it. Yeah but it does the same thing. It's just the way you approach the. What do you mean like. Hey baby i play you real smooth. Yeah i guess yeah and if you plan on an electric you feel more inclined to yeah strings. Oh shit this man is that. Why did you read. The list of she had for questioning. Yeah yeah yeah a question. Yeah hell yeah you are allowed to ask. This question is before you four. You fight by seventeen seventeen discovered you like. Oh i mean yeah but like like naturally. I'm more introverted. I feel like the end goal is to be like that really be the front. I sense that with you know you have a very introverted nia. Naturally i'm really introverted. But is that always been like you. Then naturally i've always been really quiet. Oh wow so. How did you manage to go in. Because you know being a guitarist. Obviously you know. I don't know if he knows. But you've got to play in front of people be social low money really to do all the guitarists a really fucking quiet guys. Yeah george harrison and shit. What's was who's dying down. Sound like a careful there. I think we we don't we don't reassure lives past that point got insurance so naturally to be a songwriter. You gotta be. I guess more introverted. You got to have a lotta time to yourself to sit there and write a fucking song. You gotta be alone for that. How does one being introverted like that. Feel confident on stage performance. That's an issue Originally it was but it is a confidence. He's keep doing it. People tell you you're good and then you start believing. Okay where people were recognizing your efforts and i was helping you with the confidence Yeah was always told like. I knew i was better than people. I didn't know that meant. I was significantly. Better was like attention grabbing. Because you know the guy who plays guitar nita's plays it and he's like fuck. That guy is playing chords at a party or something. But i wasn't that guy. I was just like people were actually like. Oh he's he's actually kinda good. So you were there did you. Did you go to parties in purposely without the absolute not. Look you ask handed to me hand. Hand it to me. i'm not. I don't mention it because you sound like a cock. If you like what you do you probably set it up outside. Hey james i need you to give me the guy who was sitting all in the kitchen. Just be like. Hey what we're all talking to. Somebody mentioned they say turning like what. I don't play unless you hand me one fucking script i would do if i was a guitar to probably come out and be like yeah. Just play guitar. No big deal. Just did disowned by the me to do a rift for. Yeah so he said seventeen. You felt like you abilities 'cause i stopped playing for a bit to what happened there. I didn't give a fuck in. Mike like eighth grade to eleventh grade. Initially that you weren't that you knew you were you good at guitar. But you didn't. I didn't i didn't care i started. Who who cares that. I can do is originally. I played sports for a little bit. And then i was like i played basketball and football and i realize i'm small and white so i'm like hey bo. Shutout kalsa royal. Does she happen that. Carlos arroyo every twenty. I'm i played volleyball as you're going come see. I was overweight. Fat white kid. So i looked great on offensive line. And i'm in the cockman. Yes my left guard. Oh he's a comedian. Big shot outside. Hefty white dude yet. My guard you get definitely definitely offensive line on some sort of football but so what. You didn't so what sports wasn't doing it for you. Yeah i mean it was just walking. I was like dude. This is not gonna go anywhere. What am i doing. I don't like doing anything feel like. I'm wasting my time with it. So then he just looked back at guitar For a little bit. I was like doing this thing. All high school kids are like. I don't know what i'm gonna do. And then they just go home and sleep and don't think about it or whatever and then i went to a concert. My first concert. And i was like oh. What was your first concert. Give it a guess sons. Yeah i yeah. I was gonna say drake. That's answer for everybody right. My answer will never be drake right anything. He's a bitch. Oh man though baby back now. You're gonna listen. You wanna see brand culture vulture. Oh he was wilford. somebody's pages. Okay somebody out today. Somebody's up to date with the drink. Soft i culture vulture clock gulf back to the grass asshole. He's gonna now he's not gonna sleep tonight. We just ruined for post office of so. What did you think of the concert had blue mind. Yeah i was like 'cause you're looking at guns and roses older like you're looking at actual like fucking dying cat. Yeah sounds like you saw the. I didn't get to see fucking running around and underwear shit. Oh man like. I don't really want to see that. But not i mean i know what you offer coke and she just running around. I didn't get to see that. I got to see the short fat fuck in. Yeah very good though. The sound good sounded great in the moment and i listened back to the recording. I'm like oh sorry about that. Experience slash was walking right. Listen man that guy. there is like he'll never lose his touch. Shut that fucking hat. You can't with that hat. Nah man listening in that hair. You gotta be able to play you kinda like flee flee tattooed his head so you know. He's a complete opposite of slash early. Don't wear clothes. He got hair. Be that extreme. Yeah you gotta come through. You know you ever heard of a guitarist called bucket head. If fucking course is he's still making music. Yeah he puts out like a year. He's fucking weird. Oh yeah he's been awesome bucket head he wears. Kfc bucket see bucket. Where like a job. Job walkie yeah. John job walk mass. Kfc bucket and like a long wig and then and then he just read it on the. Oh he's killer. Like i found out about this. When i was like twelve bucky. Hey look like youtube but look up on youtube. A bucket had star wars. Does the data book headstart dash is that. I've seen that video. I don't know how many times a anyone who puts a kfc bucket on their head. You're worth of wine. He made it. He made like when youtube was first coming out of the youtube guys like soldier. Boy time right. It was one of the first people out there that really blew. Should buckhead edison interesting dodging. I wasn't sure a real guitar. Do you remember here cosigner for that but really do you. Are you a that much guitarist. Enthusiasts that you know rates versus the i mean. I know student of art. Once you stop being a student is when you stop being something with music everyone. You always gotta be trying to be a little bit better shirt. But i don't think i know everybody. I don't think i've heard everything there is to here. But i know what i like and i like to listen look for things in that genre. The for new things to steal from you were going right back to that. Gr concert you went to the gina carson and then what happened I got home. And i looked at one of the electric guitars i got next day. I plug it in. I was awful. Because i hadn't played in so many years but then i get i get it all at this point seventeen so this hits going into my senior year of high school. Okay so you went from it's a charter. School like in cutler bay. what's the name somerset's over palms. Yeah right. It's not that big. It's in the middle of color base. Not like in the middle of nowhere. Bay color base is by ghouls. Actually right right. Hey listen man that whole area right there. It takes a special. I'm still here. we're still alive. We we don't know. Who's that. But i'll respond to show that was i'll really man. I'm waiting for my hibachi. Meal from outside near the door i'm good. I want that near door. Botch going to have that near death covy. That's was nothing about that. I'm sure yeah and those wayne. What's the hotel. But if we're going to get scientific like the temperature that that hibachi played his on. It's gonna kill whatever bacteria largest sitting in the siber- on the raw eggs do the raw eggs egg cutter's not cold the younger. Yeah like crack the egg sitting. That's fine that's fine and you cook it what you cook. It kills all the bacteria everything has gone. Trust me i did. I'm which i did a what you worked in culinary. Before i worked in the food industry i did culinary operations to learn about these. Bacterias and the cooking and the whole nine know we should do an inspection. Now we don't want to be is kind of. Don't want do a flip flop this become inspecting signed. You're gonna get the black light in here. And i will be afraid to see what's on your not a good no brandon man so like you got you got down with it and seventeen. You found your passion your concert. He started playing. He said he sounded like what happened. Just they will. I knew that is out to keep going. I know everyone sounds like shit when they start right so i was like whatever i'll it out and then you just keep playing keep playing but at this point you knew that guitar guitar is was going to what you wanted to pursue at this point. I felt like a a part of me was like let's see where it goes and then i just kept playing and then inside me at grew more and more. I'm like you know. I wanna do this for real so you found more as along. It's something that you come your actual caller yet. Okay all right so what happens. Once you started to kind of feel this growing. What have you been able to start. Have you been doing performance. I mean obviously you have. Because i've seen yeah but like how did that go for you starting off It wasn't until i taylor. Before i played any live music with anyone right. Say the day taylor. So yeah so okay. So taylor davis's where you really like the first person i did anything musically with take tickets there man. How'd you meet our homeboy taylor Shit i met him through a great website of craigslist. Oh okay tobacco about so. How did that happen. What would you guys in the want. Ads sexual what section. Where you guys find yourself. Loan friends like strange you to ask him. 'cause i just put the ad up. You've got to ask what he wanted. Your your is pretty bad. As was an my english teacher had like okay relationship with our guitar. Where she's like here. Let me put up a craigslist ad for you. Your english chief. I didn't ask her to do it but half the conversation. Come up with put his knowledge like she's guitar unknown forever. So she's known. I played guitar. And she's like going to do something and i was like. Oh she hates you. Use seventeen year old craig's list. She wanted you to get definitely hate me. I know a great website psycho killers dot com to sign up. Here put your name and you complete house. She opens up you. What did the. I'd say you'd have to ask her. You let her type it up. You felt like because she's an english teacher. She was more qualified than demand. And put all byles back up to you. I felt like he was more qualified than me. Pro jesus listen man who first of all how. How close of a relationship. Could you have with a teacher chill. I have a very close relationship with my teachers. Would to type stuff for you could let them type letter recommendation. Not on craigslist though. Hope you but hey you know. I've been there it. It's a pro at somebody doing something for you for something that you want to. You'll be like to help. Sounds like a terrible idea. Now but in the moment and i guess i came in i said. Hey man mike. I became a comedian lesbian with hat right now. But he found it through and put an ad on craig's list. If you guys must know the truth in our practice this would have been further outside talking about heritage and then in between shows you'll be hearing like walter getting called. Her baby could feel cold out. You remember what they would taylor seemed to. I think you should give you should be giving him the moisture to your teacher. This real i can't i can't fault. You listen in adult be like you know what you think. This is a great idea. I think if we put you play guitar for like three years now. I think if we'd just put it on craigslist was gonna kill you. I love the beatles as my favorite band growing up. I got a great idea. I think i read the new drugs. Whichever you gotta ask her how much pretty cool. Yeah facebook now. Are you friends around face on instagram. We follow each. I'll follow my teachers on. I mean they're people men not fucking terrible. Some of them are. I would've never followed. Okay let me put an example to you. It's a little drastic but nonetheless it's like me going up to a five year old man. Take these twenty dollars and walked down the block. That's putting you on craigslist man fucking five percent more than a year old to say no. I'm not going down okay. The online version. It was all night. You're meeting in a public location. If counts for anything for sure report. I'm not meeting him in the fucking back alley garage him. The spot teacher. For no reason. I don't know she probably had the she probably automated intention. Great touching. I had no idea what crisis was heard about. Hasn't heard what this is. A great dog wants to finally started right. She was on craigslist as she. Just put your shit. I'm giving you teach with benefit dollar. Blame you to get on this. This tells me about it should looking for music at night. Betray drama hundred and fifty dollars for sessions. How many people responded to this. I was just one. It was it. Was we gotta do a little background on these death before you bring them all. Man because out here serena craigslist ads from from a seventeen year. Old cows. eighteen at the time. It's legal before i'll be. I'm just saying they start off the conversation with him over time. You wanna to you about something. You wanna play with me chris. That's going on what's going on to get my pick. I'll be back next thing sir. Sir fucking larry taylor. What did they tell you. It was just a. I want to show wasn't too much you said. Hey what's up is to meet your brand new craigslist. Wait a minute so he invites you to come hang out at a show one in in the whole conversation yet. I mean new person i'm eighteen. He's twenty whatever he was at the time. So it's like a bit intimidating. He's a pretty tall guy. So it's like i'm big and fat. So he seems more and more to go you. May you got that. He's dead evens out. No but i get so so you guys met for the first time and and what you guys met at a show or something. Yeah he did a show at like a bar. That will max capacity for like one of those gigs playing laundromat. Or some shit. Okay so you met this guy player. Laundromat yeah like this whole story gets mad at the taylor where meeting people i'm trying i'm that's where it was at a bar like it wasn't as it was a small bari met up said. Hey what's up and then seemed like fucking normal guy. When i met him. he's crazy. Yeah but you know what i mean like. I didn't get like he's out jimmy. My van got two guitars. And i got a lot of candy eight. So what made the bible's grades. You guys had instant chemistry at music. And then he's like. I think we jammed that like his place or something he took you back. I man his girlfriend's not gonna wanna hear all this fake craigslist to. What's going on here. So i think back pages the worst one. I think back pages. The bad one is where we just to say. it's bad it just. It's bad enough to get seized by the fbi craigslist. Gone that far yet. They're just not yet. Yeah but i mean concepts fucking terrible ten thousand people. How many of them are crazy. Well here's craigslist nine thousand see. Here's the thing. I don't understand so backs back. Page got shut down by the fbi over pretty much exclusively prostitution at that point craig's list out of the two were the only one that produced a serial killing that you know of august. Wait a minute. Wait a minute away. The media named them the craigslist killer. But he met those bitches back page though. Maybe maybe fake news documentary comes out fire festival style about doodle back page like broiled. Listen this real story. Savings craigslist killer craigslist better because now craigslist is because they got they got the serial killer. It's a marketing scheme back. Page set the whole thing is a conspiracy. An edgy is another crazy. Why furniture angie this. Isn't it like one of those workplaces like this is the worst thing to knock craigslist furniture. You can find a hooker and taylor davis form a band time. That'd be great. You told this guy. Time hooker place to stay craigslist. What'd you going to clean. Ma live in miami. Said i got into it for you. This is not but that might be like a different. I think i think. I know we're going with this rat you out you pay my house. I'm calling the cops a matter of fact if you go on craigslist i promise you can rent the same efficiency that we're in right now craigslist. They got like this tab. Like this subcategories. Called misconceptions is people who go on. They see a person in public and and they never said anything. Go on craigslist. You've got this. Do you gotta look that shit up. That's that's the weirder stalker paid about that. I've heard you read tactical connection and we're like yo trying to fuck. Yeah let's do is. That's how i heard on craigslist. I have heard of that. And i've had like there's other like either pages or apps about people who write like secrets that they've held in their entire life and they throw it out like what's that called unanimously. Nobody knows lynn. There you go anonymous. Yes thank you god damn it. You went to tamiami day for one. Let me ask you still smarter than me down. So what was it you a nap. And i fucked honestly. Yes so then. People will be like y'all my cousin anonymous. While i was married is wrong. They'll throw it up to pay. Because what if you told somebody that other person now knows oh persons. Ever fucked cousin. While they're married. It is kind of you find that you have seen on craigslist find risk. Yeah that's why craigslist fbi shutdown worthy. It's you're just weird and we need to keep an eye on. You're not one of those extremes. Some to freaky we might come to you. But so then we gonna surveillance go on the site like it's like i think they own it now craigslist. No back page own. That shit with that. I know you gotta go thankless man. What are you going to go there. And discover the iranians. They're going to take a picture all looking at it. You know watching you say going back like old man and shit obsolete. That's pretty cool. Man this you lucked out and you met a hell of a do you guys so but explained that dynamic that you guys met and was you guys formed the band dan. What's over there. We didn't really form abandoned so recently we did A show in a fucking on the west coast of florida. I don't remember where it's that whenever we did a show. This fort myers show around there somewhere like naples around that area so we went with the drummer. Khalil khalil beats. I don't know if you guys know him. he's a drummer. We not us three went up. We did a show three hours set and we got done and we were all like. I think we've got something here as it was recently. Guys just formed What's the name of the band. It's up for for any ideas. The okay well listen now. Every man shows about to help you come up with some names. i say craigslist makes sense craigslist or car. Yourself the chris hansen. Chris hands all. You know how you know how you say like a-list celebrities to see list. I like this guy like this on the ceiling. see list. that's pretty dumb. Overlook guys were overlooked to see list because everybody goes. Oh he's a like nobody really says. He's a seedless. Either at alias celebrity or a b see liz with fox's shit you got to be to be a see list celebrity. No one wants to you end up like dudes at die in the horror movie listening at the first first person we got some for you man see list list the seedless the sealer and then when people ask you guys have weird store to explain everybody. I never fought them. It was weird. It was a little weird semi me a little heart on the reply but it was cool. We didn't hold hands right away. You still haven't. I need to clarify that. We still have not held hands. Who's your favorite guitarist. That's the tough one favourite or or your top three top three five top right so in my top five most influential who i think is the five best. Are you to your. You had your own. Okay let's go rushmore. Four people my mount rushmore guitarist hendrix. Stevie ray vaughan. Okay where jimmy page fought. And then i want to say albert king. He's one of the blues guys from like the sixties okay. Bb king albert king. B b king albert king freddie king. This the three of them are they related. Probably not no. They probably bros. In let's call ourselves the slot as well. Yeah whatever. I bet motherfuckers name is not. Bb king for sure. No way get on with that queen. Bee ain't no beat to be the. Yeah yeah he's big losing no eighteen. He was a slave eighteen three during medieval times blues like blues jazz jazz on the phone. You don't okay so you loses booths blues o. Stevie ray raised blues. Yeah bluest as well. Okay so tell me because clearly. I don't know so. Tell me what the difference between blues blues is and blues jars blue no blues. I don't know what the fuck blues jazz jazz giants like. Comparing i'll tell you the difference. Listen to rap album right and then go listen to classical album. And that's the difference to completely different fucking thing so blues and rock and roll derivative like rock and roll comes directly from blues. Okay so what did i say. Blues jazz jazz. Yeah you thought you were going somewhere with that one. But he probably is like a sub-genre blues jazz some blues blues rock and then there's blues and there's different types of blues i Bluegrass bluegrass right. There's there's little blue okay country. Blues whose country blue cow country blue travis truth not oh derek trucks. I don't know you know who he is. I don't guess what he's very truck their truck gonna learn right now. Derek shots i was like a big is white dude. He's a big ass white dude with a man bun and a beard for such a guy that likes you know like a gm sounds the guns roles might influence. But i don't think. I wanna sound like that you know like ta now. I mean it's going to be like blues but i would rather just rock roy. I don't fucking want it to be labeled as like blues like something that sounds good of it. Sounds good. i'll listen to it right. Do you like elvis and shit like no. I don't like elvis. You like were okay. So you like rock and roll. Yeah but you don't like elvis alvis. So what rock and roll. Do you like anything. I don't like fifties rock really. I love the beatles would be be rocket. Absolutely not a doubt man. Yeah okay is just in that time route. Yeah what different air. Listen to a rock. Song like led zeppelin. Compared to like metallica. It's like grow after it was pretty heavy for the time they came out. I think a little a little later. As opposed to the beatles a beatles were done by six thousand. Seven hundred seventy was the last novel. Yeah so so beatles. A morbid earlier sound in rocking on riot there. The blueprint really right. Iraq was more introducing the maybe late forties or fifty late forties early fifties right. But it had more of a buddy. Holly yeah exactly. It wasn't richard. Do what type. It wasn't dirty and like loud as it was it was just right. It was like blues but it was a step up a little bit more intense than the blues. How it came to bass pace faster blues tampa. That's what i was gonna ask you so you're more uptempo. A slow temple is what you prefer to play styles. Okay that's pretty dope but he would asleep. I don't want people to fall asleep like music that puts me to sleep like like listen. I'm not trying to knock like rb music this man. I'm fucking key sweat. I'll fuck with our kelly. His person but the music you know what i guess. You cancelled kelly. The music at the mother fucker. Who was fucking weekend nowadays. You gotta be creative about. I like the music of our bill cosby. I like the comedy of bill cars. Yeah but not the got the shit that he did. Offstage off mike exactly. So you know like i you know. I'm a fan of rb music. It's just too slow last. How i love an uptempo sound up. Yeah you're gonna give me music and we're especially would like like i hate hanging out with dudes. I wanna play slow music. I'll do the fact that we're in the car going down the highway and they're listening to fuck in. I had a homey like that. We would hop box in the car and the play aren't beans funny and you're trying to. Yes r kelly. You love our kelly. You got stuck laughing you gotta do you like our kelly's music like did you like you like art music. I think you've got to separate the artists from the music. What do you right. No question no question. Do you have to ask that question. You could answer that people who fuck with him. Yeah that's true though. Like he's got his own. Alright those martelli. Don't you think you think he got any fans from monache came out. You think he got people who like with. The only reason only reason i'll answer that question is yes is because when charles manson he got way your fans absolutely bitches were going crazy for him so i'm sure that now that people find out what are kelly was doing bunch of girls who were into that shit on the. That's about it. They would definitely be like. Oh yeah you remember when that movie came out not a dahmer. What's the serial ted bundy falling after. All those came out. Charles manson usually get like pennies male prison. He was type shit like. Yeah yeah. I don't. I don't think any i don't think that's the case you know maybe back then. There might have been some people i mean. They swept that under the rug for so long like we all knew he pissed on a girl for so long as the phone bill cosby. Everybody knew what was going on. And nobody says shit you hit the like everybody was like bras on you. Even though i knew what you was doing put my hand up back in the ninety s or early two thousands. When i knew what was happening i never went like y'all this is fucked up. It was until everybody find out and then they knew i was conducted. There were there were. You couldn't say about. Your colleague fucking untouchable for a little bit of killing put other. He pissed on what they again. Look how beautifully forget that he urinated on that girl. His words have trumped all that they got a video of this shit. I that's all. I'm saying that's why listen again. We won't serve the same shit that happened like not only cosby because a lot of people knew what cosby was doing because everybody was doing it. In that era everybody was dropping drinks or like you know their roofing beaver because it was like the culture is what everybody was doing so for for everyone bill cosby. You got does by four or five other like the epstein shit shit. Shit shit bro. Everybody was in on yes. It's not it shouldn't be okay with anywhere. No good at all the fucked up part. Is this at one point. Remember the three hundred spartans. Greek they all fought fifteen year. Old boys i mean. What are we going to do about them. Fuck in long gone. What am i gonna cancel something. Or even michael jackson still catching it from the graves but regardless of the point is like we had cultures like the greek that you should do it all the time for kids and it was. Okay the fucked up part. Is that somewhere down the line whether two thousand bc or right now somebody went like yo kind of fucked up. Kids the who. Maybe we gotta make him famous. He's a smart guy. The party's him on the show for everybody. Everybody was okay with fucking kids like y'all you're thirty six year old bladder back. Medicine rally live as thirty years. Sure you gotta fuck the kids for sure but thirty and the parties that we have to get to a point. We got to a point where somebody regards was said like. Hey maybe we should fuck it. Maybe had happened. I say boy when kids when they stopped using kids for like adult labor like the labor force. Stop using children because they go to work when he started realizing. Hey their kids touch his ass. Neither you think were have. You tried to take him to bed. No auto unemployed women that wouldn't like to hear that. I believe there was a time. That i think if i had to guess because none of us haven't been fact checked in here but if i had to guess i would say that once we started recognizing children as giving more rights their people's acting them. I'm assuming that came up at the top of like. Hey like i saw that. That was fifty six year old. We still going to allow that problem now. I don't know like this. Yeah yes i more well first world country who in the middle east women still can't fucking driving those cats who have more rights than women in the middle east like they got more respect right like men respect cats because of their culture more than women like yo that is so crazy turning into a really big conversation about human nature. We're just talking about guns and roses. Gotta bring that walter. You mentioned r kelly. He wanted to take it over. kelly terrains. How did you leave us in here. No let let let's bring it back. Let's bring it back to like the rock rochat where we we're talking about. Uptempo versus r kelly. Your homeboy china. Foggy listening to our catholic. We're not craig leaks kebab. Let's think about this now. Let me just play devil's advocate. How many times you think of fifteen sixteen year old hot girl right like they're fully developed sixteen year old approach guns and roses and get fucked in the back. Oh god zeppelin they were fucking like sixteen year olds out there so they weren't i deem people in in that like you knew you were going backstage like if you go that far listen. Has everyone seen here days confused. Yes okay what's the best part about highschool girls. They keep getting what he say. No the i get older and they stayed in the same age so sat out. Matthew matthew mcconaughey out. I'm saying i was playing r kelly role. Yes as the concern. We had to play that movie. Now you know what ono playing foul matthew mcconaughey played a high school girls because he was selling timeframe oldest buckingham. We listen man like missing man. He looks like he's twenty some hanging around these high school. What's he doing here is school. Movies are like the everyone in the high school of old shit. And i bet you money. That's still a thing in the small towns. I do like twenty three twenty four. This hangs out you know. I know somebody's yet. Well he's the coolest one of them all to because he's the one that gets them. I know a few of those. Those are the fucking weirdest motherfuckers on. They're never leaving either. No they gotta get arrested before they get hike to me to them. It's not fucking wrong. Like in their mind. This is all like. How did you convince where the wires cross for you to say. That's cool fucker team. S she got titties ads baby. She got a period make. Y'all is he gonna play live. I mean 'cause guitar did to me to fuck fuck you mean. Do i want tar. We'll make them bring guitar for nothing. What are you gonna challenge. You want one string guitar are you. Cooling one string electric guitars. That i can make it work. Yeah make it work. That's that's the words of a real guitarist. Mind because we had that discussing last week. And i don't think they were ready to play guitar. Because they said it was one strain and they said that's impossible. It's not impossible. Fuck that guy. look at that. It was a girl by the sh- she's cool women but But yeah worry much what the basis. So so let's talk back with you man in music like up tempo style. What what what did you do what you started discovering use sound of music what what. What have you been doing since you said. I'm going to take this serious Well you got to listen to a lot of music. It sounds like it's like a lazy cop-out way. But you gotta listen to shit like you gotta you gotta steal from people. Everyone steals from right. Lift ideas right. Yeah i'm with you on that and that's where you've been it's well. I think you always gotta do that. But i feel like now. I'm being a bit more myself finding my own sound. I know what i like. And i'm gonna make it my own now. What was your first performance ever at. What's it called lincoln's beard. Yes yeah that's a nice place. How'd that go for you. For some wasn't a lot of people was good. I did like one song but got my feet wet. Yeah what was that like you. Nervous was nervous defillo. You can mess up playing guitar. Yeah absolutely. I hear that the time with musicians. And i gotta be honest i i. I'm a very trained ear when it comes to music i couldn't tell you in a million years if you guys mess up or not. How does that make you feel when you miss You just keep going fuck it. No one really gonna notice and who's gonna be mad that you messed up. It's normal as bad as this guy's got ask like fucking mike. He's not reminds me like tyler herro but as a guitar like he doesn't give a fall to stretch. Hold tyler here fuck now. You're yeah he's not scared of it. I seen him pull up a pull up three am finals. But he's talking ain't scared right now. Yeah yeah but how do you twenty twenty when you turned twenty one december. Oh my gosh. Samba's older than time. A hero super hero. So let's put that perspective. Maybe your salary was nineteen years old. Threes of listen. But i want to jacket right now. He looks like a tyler who longhair shout out to tyler herro. Like what's his name. Jack harlow talking. He has a song tyler. A song about call tyler. Who's this guy. Who'd you say jacquard carlo. Jack popping brand new disheartening. Oh options in a white dude. Got a song about white people hating on him where he and the name. The the name of the song is called tyler. Herro i gotta hear this on me. And i'm like damn listen. Be wine american actually. Like duncan robinson. Oh come on. yeah have you seen. He's got like short haired got facial like he's got at least like i gotta get rid of this like you at least jersey right now. He can walk with the team. You think so fuck with. That was like somebody's pit bull because you ball ups right now. I wouldn't go. Oh god let me. Listen were dolphin. Jersey promise. Little kid came up to shake. My hand is going on and his parents that he thinks football player and i was like why now i can't light so i had to live. Pretend the dolphins players. Jake long jersey. Although tom oh tom thomas s and shake the kid's hand that isn't it dope and cool. I'll like a football. My two minutes of my address is don shula. People thought i was really don shula really fell. Don't he lies sweat. Don shula fucking wheelchair. I used to work for the dolphins and the bobblehead. So i used to dress up like i used to put the fine and the pants. But here's the thing though. But like i clearly have a styrofoam head. That's three times been there. I know like your coach cold coach. There that's gotta make you feel good people. Clearly you clearly see who have one lady come up to me literally. I had a. I had a vest point third year in. They finally had a verse. That said d. shula for don shula and the lady came out and she's like looking at me was like who are you. George w bush. Oh god that's racist. Shula george w bosons dub ya fuck outta your problem Jonnu also looks nothing. Like george w bush all idaho. There's nowhere near. She's all white dude. He was like me going up to you right now are you. Lebron james is like how did you do that. I hear asians usually get it wrong with black people or people overall. I think you're kevin. Hart associate americans. Take your hey. Are you big into sports. yeah. I love sports. So you teams. What were you teams Cowboys fan boys. Fool man. what's going on. Didn't come here to talk about that within. Come here to talk about. We'll get that when he played basketball. So yeah. I'm not as much into basketball as yeah i mean i like the go-to he games like fresh. It's not gonna be for wearing. The fresh has no. But i'm i'm about i keep up my i know but he does your team. Yeah yeah you imagine. We'd take him to the heat given cantata coming as you walk and thought i was. I was like wait. What i yeah i. Follow the marlins. Why are you a dallas fan. My dad my because when he came from cuba is best friend was a cowboys fan. And that's the only team he knew a good. That's a good. I'd be like that's a good when answer the ninety s when they were good. Who the marina and we had we had marino we were super bowl team cowboys aikman and emmitt smith and michael irvin. We have bernie barman dion. Sanders like two years down. He's right he's fucking like the warriors famous. I can keep going very alan prescott on that list. Let me know. where's on all time. Calvin tiger top twenty ninety quarterback. So i expect for the got him. Aikman romo that i that three no aikman starbuck. Romo that for okay. Yeah okay well right. I mean the goes like dalton castle. Five y'all talk mcadoo. No let me see on the street. And that's how i feel about langas shots fired. His guitar go in knocked his ass out. Throw a million bam know. It's unusual reason i was asking about. Sports is because you know most musicians. And i have here man might give now the heart and soul poisoned today and i ask them about sports like. I don't know anybody in sports. I don't care for that stuff. So it's it's you know it's kind of a good thing man watching musicians take pride into sports getting an love into it. That's pretty bad. So you form the a band with taylor now. What are you guys doing with that. Is that something you pursue in to Yeah i mean. I mean the goal i feel like for him to would be to have a real band and then be able to perform with all of us in record record and stuff you ever been in a band before know. What do you think about bands I think they're cool to a point. I feel like once. We're wearing tight leather pants. I feel like maybe we'll do that. Where outfits If you pay me enough. I'll get whatever the fuck you want me to go get in tight fucking spandex with glitter on if you pay would you guys. We're sure to say we met on craigslist. Where pretty underscored some merch. We haven't come out with the what is what are some of the challenges of being in a ban like the main thing be creative. Differences egos gotta get that in check. You guys had that issue or loss had that chemistry. I think we've got the chemistry. I mean me and him are influenced by like completely different things. And i think it's almost a good thing that he can give me something that i've never heard i can give him something and then got bounce. About what as pretty w we. We've had bands here in the past. And i always know that there are some challenges coming together but being as newest suppression of you guys come together. I'm sure it's also roffe guys right. Yeah it's it's completely new to me as pretty. That's pretty cool. Let me ask you man being ladies man to guitar like how does the lady in this room come into a big influence in your life right now. Yeah can we. Can we shot. You would say your name been hiding. We have his have his girlfriend. August here autumn auto. I don't know why kudos for you. No no no. She wanted me to call her office autumn. Tab wanted me to call her on. that's why i say. Where the fuck did you get that. You know bamboo. A lot of stuff happening to begin bad. So we have brandon's girlfriend here auto. Yes yes so we got. We've been talking about the seasons. It's all coming back to me now as all you wanted to call you august by the way just so you know clarify that autumn automated so like how. How does she is. She a big fantasy stuff. How how does this work. Also music man i hope. So how did you guys meet. Did you play your way into your heart. I estimate but yeah but like meeting. Do people think to approach women. Did you use your music. I i never do. I know i don't like i feel like it's a cop out like no me out. This guy's poche it short hairs would you with a a teacher. Would you let your teacher right. A craigslist post for you. You wanna be famous commuter china's age your first time you're trying to go sure go go go go. We're you already had his art kelly. He's not gonna rub nothing with the now they're gone came late but yeah and we'll get his his his his question there for a minute but so you didn't use you. Never use your music to pick up. women I don't like that. Yeah i never thought of it like that. I don't feel like the signs of a real musician man because some people do this shit just to pick people like to impress others. I mean it's definitely for money. I'm doing it for money. You want to impress them to give you more money as yeah mean. I don't give a fuck if i'm if i'm pulling up in a rolls royce. Who the fuck is going to tell me that. I'm doing it wrong. Driver you pull it up yourself depends. How else feeling this brandon. Here's a bad ass dude. He passed and takes. Names doesn't just over that harlow. that's an easy one. Be jiang hall hero. Tyrod tyler hero. You remind me like you got that confidence tyler hero like fuck it would have been your banding banning or your punk rock me. Yep flames flames. Yeah punk rock guys use stage names. You can't use your real name not not. That's pretty. I like not especially doing covert nobody in a basic. It's gonna fuck was not literally on call civil disobedience so taylor punk rock bands are all named after like criminal charges at think. That's a good one larceny. What's a good band named. The has a similar. This is sounds dangerous. Late should fire stage. Thought that by punk rock band is final on subject signed the murder kush murder coups hip hop group. What did you see pop. God is that groups for black jazy and lick part. Nah i love that album. Only got one that worth what we did. You talked about mark kennedy. Jc collaborative album as couple of joins. Walter walter thinks is the best album we we know they have to albums together and jason is green. Light will be these. Eagle is good but the best one is the power of the p u s s. y. And i definitely heard kelli kelli song. That was the name of it. Yeah and jay z and devin the dude or on it for a hip hop fans that. Want to know what you're right. He doesn't own the music anymore. It only giving them the money. Felt that guy. But that's it. He's in jail right now right he. I hope so. I believe so. I could've sworn i heard him complaining recently on a report talking about they're treating him bad in jail or something fucking should i feel. I should y'all aaron hall. Should he became famous as the tables have turned on your r kelly. R kelly argue about now he's gained is at eight and that's that's what they should sentence him for the rest of his life to ask fucking piss what sex criminals gotta be on onlyfans for the real creeps in all the weirdo. We're gonna happen to them working. It's an old that those good. Hey if that was on the ballot i would vote of. I'll tell you that much. Yes on amendment okay. Makes sense makes oh man brandon man going back to the lovely lady in your life here. So how did you guys meet. What did you do as most kids do. These days the internet the internet right back craigslist you did. Why did you rat. I told her not to talk about it. You you put so many ads your math teacher that got you teacher to listen. He became off craigslist craigslist. But never to add on for. Taylor and taylor responded like this year. I didn't put it out for him. Hey my bad for general men in the air. You the criteria. Look you should be giving him more shit for messaging me. I trust me this hands down. So he's getting all that if we had the technology we'd be calling taylor on the line right now technology to right we should call taylor man. It'd be like hey said. Hey brian where you're from but were you on craigslist hawaii doing meeting people on craigslist young boys on craigslist. The missing whatever on their dough all like miss connection told them read some of those doors nelson trying to find that out. Do you have any sketchy moments. Oh man have people. I want my mom's and all around me at the cross. It's just craigslist in those sites. Like i just seem so sketchy like they are no matter like the section you pick its mother fucking like even if you wanna organize like a football team at a party. You're gonna get one that shows up. That wants to fuck someone. Lights doesn't the gator strip club after took into series too weird. The one comes looking like an nba. He got his pads on shit. Came in his fucking speedo. And that's it. Oh jesus here that craigslist man crew keeps coming back. You gotta look at those missed connections. You've got what type of job hand or blow both. Oh man listen man. I think the wildest should i might have done this. Pick up hookers but on backpage Where do you go now. I don't use anymore anymore. Because i don't even know where you find them but makes you wanna go begging glance on like listen i used to. I used to treat back page as like. Sometimes when i didn't find the hooky it was like a good way to watch porn for free. What 'cause there's a website for that a lot of this. listen. I'm looking over with posted videos on your so fucking old house. The that creepy old guy. You know what. I mean uses like craigslist wrong reasons like i might not pick up the hooker. But i'm definitely yeah. Well you're not only. Does that cybernetic sleep of taming literally went into the. I literally went to craigslist miami miss connections. Oh great. i'm going to read this. This is the best now got to do it in english. I'll translate i'll translate. Yeah okay okay. I'll say this is the subject. Line says scandal moorhead concede that i you don parentheses miami late for a woman who needs help right. Y- orla soy go. Get dinner. Wachtel and mikasa. But i'm ahead wena tennessee. I do that you that now. One dollar ma basically saying that the guys trying to offense got a room. He's going to people for he's a nice guy. Hello alma gentleman. Who has a house in my room in my house for a good woman. Who needs hell. I'm here to help nothing more. That's okay then it follows. It says may my suit lammers noah's toy but way was alma. He's serious games. Send me your telephone. And we'll talk about here for games or drama at the bottom. They should have something. Say no unsolicited offers. Or i've read. Larry what if what if this guy has a. Call him a call it that way. How do i call them. You'd have to call it. You gotta your your around sixty seven. He doesn't he doesn't have a numbers seed hours ago. Jesus this guy woke up on a friday afternoon wrote when else would you expect him to wake up. How long enough where we're in that portion of the day. Though did he decide to say. Hey this is the time of post on craigslist right. Why can't he just be direct like we all know what the fuck. He's talking about nine. I just want to read some of these. You need someone pay your house. You'll fucking to help you got about those games. Craigslist says yo offer ruled good guy. All of these issues hooker. yes it does. This immense singing asserted female seeking assertive female. This in that sounds like she's a dominatrix. All these gay food creed. We wanted to creepy ones. Those are the ones we're hear. Shot shadow speaking of gay. Mardi mardi allier in the open. Mics killing the game. Oh yeah hey man. So downstairs performed with the have botchy dinner. that's us. How did that go was a good the of the botchy vegan all like processing meat. Before i gotta be up that's real a we're gonna see matilda whatever that means caffeinated So mad listen. I know we got sidetracked here but brand new. Somebody girlfriend here. She a big supporter. Like what's what's the situation. Yeah i'd hope so you hope it goes so far. Autumn is good like i. Is it something that he needs to keep pursuing. We'll find out for you right now. Yeah right all right. So how do you really feel. She says it's good. Where are you from autumn. Virginia i thought she about to say england house. Like you sound like you've got an english accent but now bridge is operatives. that's all virginia. It doesn't ever sat out to the. It's nice but it's called is virginia. Good place autumn. Do they get turned up in virginia. Beach you're on the other side virginia. Yeah yeah that's dope okay. You guys have you been up there to virginia's yeah yeah have you. Have you traveled a lot with your music or non locally. Maybe definitely want to move outta here definitely. Goes i things. Broaden the find yourself taking you wanna go to new york and the music or definitely not new york shit hole as a sale is. What's good for someone of your style of music on national net national spot. Yeah really yeah. It's like the spot. Where i think all good music really comes from seattle nirvana seattle grunge scene. But i who really listens to grind anymore depressing as fuck up there too. And that's why gab. One grunge man sin cold after being listened to the i listen to grunge but like in miami weather take my headphones off. What the scene and you get it. Though i get why. They're so fucking sad up. There is raining all the time. It's gray so nashville. Is the police. The with your. You're signing. That's the hardest by in the country for music is la. I guess to really. Yeah like i think more nashville. If i had to guess it because la doesn't seem like that that i'm going to i wanna jam heavy metal. Yeah that sounds very. Yeah the scene for everything and living. Okay see i'm mistake. I know i haven't been there. Like i just figured because miami down here music wise. Swear well yeah. I guess maybe because we all know it's just we're we're at. Yeah we were. Sex-based is miami bass. There's even when you're a rapper for miami. There's a certain sound people expect and when you do something healthier they think you're trying to right and it d how. How is it for you because you said shit hole. But what's been your see. There's not like a real music scene you know like there's not like a one club that everyone that's big ghosts too like in la they got like the chew vidor and shit like that. Miami we got churchill's like what's really the music spot for your style amuse no just in general. There's not. I did not one big venue. Were like our club or any people really cultivating. Yes music Overall scene where. There's like something going on there. You know i would like to say that outside of churchill's maybe las rozas. They're like it's the same people really. It's not like you're seeing anything new anywhere. It's not a scene right. You like something where it's constantly an almost a new artists coming via worksheets. Going down like who's the last person to really come out of miami from that circuit in general in general. Who really comes out of miami. Like mainstream mainstream handful of people. Here all right doing their thing but recently talking over. We don't think any bands like two live crew like that. No man you've got flow writer. Rick razzano band city hippies. And stuff that you get to do that. But they're not mainstream. They're not no big marilyn. Manson was probably the only thing but he's from fort lauderdale even know that. Yeah yeah he was in churchill. Churchill's is kind of one of the his his manager. His old manager when he was down. Here okay yeah. He was down there. He was in churchill's and he kinda from north florida. If you go to church shows a lot of people shirt who denzel curry a enzo curtains. He's he's he's a rapid is india. Miami where it goes past being some local out killian. He went to Yeah he went to killian. Yeah yeah but i made it but you know what man it happens. It's harder down here. I guess right i. I guess that's where you're kind of alluding to right. Yes tally doesn't exist. You know you can't build up solid. Being comedian says where like you can't really just even being the best guy at the health cloud. That's not really going to get the media. Dina caminito miami. I think is very similar to the experience of media. You know where you know. You don't really find that that opportunity laying around here more times than not. It's like you really gotta go above and beyond to really make a name for yourself and making a name for yourself locally isn't one thing because i hear making a name for yourself locally. It's like not making a name for yourself. you know to make it national. It's it's it's art it's definitely it. Is i agree to that You said that nashville was more of a place nashville guy. I mean it's like music city. That's what it's called right. It's it's been covering a lot of good things coming back to nashville When it comes a bit down for a little bit there was like a like garth. Brooks was from nashville. Yeah yeah that's where he blew up and and now he's like a top five recording artists of all time. You know there's it's happened. It's possible in nashville. I can't really name too much here right. But you're going to pursue now this band avenue or you're gonna go. What are you doing solo. I feel like it's all at the hand it should be. A band is what the end goal would be to have a good band. You would want be. Yeah okay you want to be like van. Halen van halen recipes. Eddie van halen. He's shit he didn't make your mount rushmore. Though no he did not influenced by praise. I respected it. But he's not an influence to me personally. Man that dude sound if you think he's done five musicians ever right you got this hot take from d twelve. Okay right. i'd say the and who. Okay this is getting hot now. you know. forget about though. I could've told you that. Yeah because the actual people that were not the fucking guys who stands in front you know the actually but then shaggy's better no shaggy okay. Okay shaggy right Motherfucking the insane clown posse. That's pretty don't as collected. That's pretty don't then after that you gotta go. Tracy chapman trae. Oh fast car. Tracy chapman magin that join contract. I i would. Probably i would not. I would not go that. That's what type of crowd. Because if you got insane clown you gotta be some weird mother fucking. Ambulance is fucking just as crazy as they are. So i would wanna see that mixed with tracy chanting for a reason. I don't know why and then the fucking do from twelve. Oh yeah we're aggressive as guys. Yeah people that belong to. The methadone clinic would be showing us be segregated like like you would go to a concert. Let me tell you. I was gonna say right. And what's a fifth one holiday sales. Take you know how crazy guy ocho best not a hot take. Can you imagine that guy on all of a sudden crew to do. The saint anthony's hologram. I'm gonna be charge of it so fuck in the shows in the salt late probably remember. You're doing a show even. Oh yeah who are. We doing again. Here senators gone careful bullet bullets in their bullets lane down a show of their favorite song. All right mother fucking people Owed i can. I do album. The wall okay Letter skinner felt free. Free bird revert. Everyone loves free. I don't listen to marilyn manson think he's dope though. Yeah but i don't think this was the dope song has probably oh drink Find your love your love. My brother's favorite song. He probably he probably got some glory back. They would see best as you know. He wasn't for sure for sure working them now. I love audrey but like the game tonight. I was pretty shit. I yeah yeah just put whatever the fucking once like konya konya whenever go bios ganja. I'm sorry connie. i'm sorry. But like mount rushmore. Rushmore if we're gonna if we're going to go ahead and look at like Hits and albums and billboards and you wanna push the statistics on cannot compete with trump. I i feel like saying that the case could be made for. I'm not saying that the case could be made. But i'm saying if gonna bring your numbers if we're going to bring him facts. You can't compare drake to connie you're doing right now as you're comparing michael jordan to fuck in to like fucking russell westbrook russell come out about drake. James harden drake drake has never ran for presidency. Like konya has so that does show. He's canadian conyers. Born in america. shot out he's back. He's everything after it's fucking follow us. Drew definitely does it definitely. Does he changed after he published it but it definitely does have some joins no questions just musicianship song for song. Battle kanye journey. I'm sorry like literally on your biggest thing and the region they love every part drake site. But here's the reason. Why i say on drink champs. They talked about verses and they had counted on and they said like who is really going to go track for track against rape. Who is really going to go like. Drake's living a catalogue of like feature be like follow up. How many of them did he right. I even though bunch of us know. Hold on if you wanna talk about being guitars and and you look. You're gonna skip over the fact that he wasn't ghost rider and you don't want about drake's easy ice cube. First of all eas didn't have a ghost rider real news ice cube. There's no party just. His ice cube is not a new he was. We all knew everybody who's written on his our fucking indian gotta it. Quit miller was granted. Uh on he was written he get credit for if this way. It's usually just your who'll be sample. I literally like a show. You all the letters as a dripping. You save drake song. We say connie song. We'll go for our. I like this one. This is fun. Okay let's find your love. Find your love good life. Let's keep with the same album over famous. Okay fancy with ti swats. I was thinking amazing. Artist okay you want to go on. Maisy you wanna go. Amazing light up with with jaycee. Watch the throne with well. The the fact that connie even had. What's the fucking song off of my beautiful dark twisted fantasy. You know which one wants to go another fucking the one eight minutes piano big. Oh always wrong yet. Bad rap song five. How about the jungle. The fuck that the go from off down oh shit cold. Gold digger whole first album. Okay hold on. Hold on all black skin ed. All one like skinheads shit is great. I'm on one trace all say dirt off your shoulders. Jc be get fuck. What about the. What's the one slum village selfish backpack on your the one people. There is just ahead of their back on. There's mixed tape. Drake yeah was talking about drink. I'm talking about drake light like drake on take care like drake on. Take care of those one. Two three hour boom late registration college dropout take care reading. This is too late those two albums shit. If you're reading this fucking garb fucking. But i know you're not a drake fan because every driver claims but like orpheum go all amd all i'm verifying is that i'm not saying you are. I'm saying i know that you're drake fair because every drake fan. I'm not. I'm not gonna say if you win. This is his greatest album. I'm not going to say that. A lot of people will say that because of the way came out where audit he just dropped it overnight and everybody was like oh. I will tell you if you win. This too late has down. Nothing was the same come on. I was the same three. Oh i'm sorry you guys even want to take it further or take care of further not further but before take care. Guess who guess who had kendrick on his album. I don't give a fuck kendrick on album before nobody cares you on ground. Kids with hammer on underground links. He has a whole album with jay. Z drake has a whole album of future. Which slaps is. It's not as easy. And i don't really drake covid. Reinvented style his own way. Every time every time slow rate with other he grabbed. He gradually changed ganja producer. Every song is every put all the production on all as music is incredible. No perfect sit to. I won't sit through all the way through a kanye album. Ira i can't say it. All the way through drake song i fought can change it if that's a lie. I'm going to change it from one. Good drake song to another good in this phone off. I'm not listening to the radio. You put a one zero seven. What are you going to hear. Oh was my name. You gonna put one or three point five. What are you near the drake. And little baby you're gonna put on a solicited drain and little baby row base. A reason. why standing up. It's a reason why savannah. I'm sorry fucking but what anybody's that is lacking any reason why this guy has got titles on the billboard. Look nobody else does cares fucking. It's made. I'm sorry but if you get brand as an who do your song on the billboard number one you're going to tell me you're not going to rep wants to tell people you're not going to tell people about brennan that's all he all. He doesn't make music happe- but as you've seen this commercial. This is actually a cyborg. That's made to make his tesla. Goddamn drake work for tesla. Yes musk actually made drink. So i just wanted to drink moment right. I'm sorry i'm sorry. Tale lit the match. Really good like now. He just tells you say this good for you. Good no good even if like a die hard kind you is better than drake's jacqueline no. I'm not your like the listeners. Listen to that song for song. It'd be like ooh and come up. With one year wrought just just let us know be in coopers and everyone that's a lot of people that's more people than what i expected people. My friend was there by choice. If you listen to this. How long has it been up. Yeah we we've been here for a while you got here stir earlier you would have started this whole fight a long time ago. And you probably would have been right in the heat of the craig's lizzy conversations out. Yeah man it was cool. I knew i expected exactly what you did. Brandon lemme john. What's your favorite song. Oh my god don't get me started for three twenty three. She's got she's she does have couple dope ones man she does. I don't know why in the usa meshes fired. Bob my head to beat you all know you game. I thought so split mini. And i had to change the station when i do that scared. I'm like oh my god. I can't like shit like that. I'm going to go to jail. Yeah you can't you can't bob. It'd be what happened there man. I got caught. I got caught. I think the name of the song is dynamite single bts. I'm gonna keep it that way. I fucked up man. The asian asian stations korean. Yeah something career. Yeah yeah center anime characters. Yeah them do ya each color. Yeah they pick their favorite color like forty of them. Power messed up. Wait a minute. There's there's six on the each other. None of them chose brown. What's wrong with brown. The bow boot race third looking one take if they get the brown power ranger and a fucking toy fucking face getting radio. What's what can we expect from you. Man what do you got in store. I'm playing on a few tracks on taylor's new album right. What's the name of the nine the dark at night in the dark. Okay nice what else you got going on me. And him are planning some shows out and stuff. We've got a few shows coming up okay. So you guys are going to go on a little tour made. So you're gonna you're going to pursue a little bit of this. The other man goes and stuff. Okay yeah okay. do you wanna do some solo projects. Yeah maybe like passing louis. Yeah sing are you. i was going to. We didn't get into it much. You singing with your guitar. Yeah yeah i'm not. I don't claim to be the best. But i think i can hold my own. You know. okay it's something you gotta learn something. It's another instrument for sure. My man working people find you and check out this information that you're about to do taylor on the tour right now. I don't know if it's a tour or anything. I can't really get into specifics. Shot that but definitely we got a few shows coming up with. Do some as a ban. Don't have anything official yet. Remember the name of the band that i've suggested the see louis c. lists. Yeah remember that. It's the way. So i might. I might go to the everglades. I'm gonna take reto there New on a bike ride whereas whereas this leading to its leading the something interests the punchline is coming why you gotta ruining us from him. I'll tell you what. I'm about you burritos burrito quickly. You know most of the burrito give the rest of all the rest goes to wind. Gator are you gonna spend the rest amongst other gators. I'm gonna give one of a rita the rest to With the aluminum foil with you. He's not environmental. I love the animals. Not nice digs addicts. Because i always got to be one that fucks it up. Let me ask you being that. You s where's the mask but are you. Are you going to be here for next next episode. We're going to have a snake hunter. Not a snake hunter. Yeah i think. I don't know what's happening with my life. You know on a day to for life. Yeah i really don't boss on dot com. My girlfriend is going to be. It's one. I don't know what the proper term is. Scott slade on her but he on snakes. Had taylor that too. I'm looking for some snakes to dig out of a hole. That's what is english teacher. Wrote on lease only sakes stay out. Get any snake. You need no questions. Me serious offers only willing to grab snakes. He'd love probably not as much as both a beatles together. School brandon may work working people. Follow you on social media. You can follow me on instagram at brandon l. r. a. b. bi okay You can follow me on twitter. At soft never underscore soft never thought that was like craigslist username. Also my craigslist username. Yes hits gajah. Dissent taylor responded but we know there's bigger oh man guys manders been awesome so if i see ate coming through tail thank you for crashing. The party wasserman. You know for some reason insane man but fuck off seriously. I feel like we didn't do show we didn't say gotta get him. A mike. Autumn apologized for messing up your name earlier. But it's cool. I still wanna say that's what you want me to call you earlier But you know what. Thank you for being a good supporter with your boyfriend. He's awesome right some brownie points in here. Yes they're talking about. Does go to talk to them about craigslist. By the way. I don't know what's going on. I want to see what that message. I don't i don't know if you knew about it. But actually just met her on craigslist so she could come here. I paid fifty dollars to tag along me. Entourage for guys john. Every man make sure you lie can subscribe for the every man. Podcast show you guys want to check out more episodes like this or if you just wanted to hear the audio version goerner website on every podcast show dot com or one point of the library. Yeah when he was young already said this. I looked at horn on back. Page when i was in the library hookers. Yes library does give you free wifi. Make sure you check out these podcasts. On anywhere you find podcasts. Available apple podcasts spotify. All that stuff soundcloud where there's right aid. Check us out on social media. Every man podcast show every man. Podcast show everything man. Iraq guys will see on the next one. We got some music ready to go as good. Don't i know you're a champion. Champion has so past song. runaway was a song. 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Part 1: D.C. Protests, Caillou Gets Cancelled, and Wonder Woman 84 Baldywood (ACS Jan 7)

The Adam Carolla Show

58:59 min | 2 weeks ago

Part 1: D.C. Protests, Caillou Gets Cancelled, and Wonder Woman 84 Baldywood (ACS Jan 7)

"Thanks for listening to the adam. Corolla show on podcast one. Well we get into this dc protests at the top and then we do a bollywood with wonder woman so we got that coming up in the first half of the show. I i'll tell you about gyco owned iran. Well you do one or the other and you have car insurance right. Why not bundle. Why not save a bunch of money. Why not take your home owners renters insurance along with your auto policy bundle them together at geiko and find out just how much you could be saving when you bundle your go to geico dot com to get a quote. You see just how much you could save makes it easy at geiko visit geico today at geiko dot com from corolla one studios in glendale california. This is the adam corolla. Shell adams guest today. Automotive designer henrik fisker with gina grad on news paul ryan on sound effects plus a review of wonder woman. One thousand nine hundred eighty four and her raver. Baldy would and now the breach on the capital today as the most disgraceful thing to happen in congress since he testified there adam corolla. Yeah get it on that to get it on a choice again. Mandate you get it on now. Thanks for tuning in. And thanks for sharing right gina grad. Right handball burn. Toss you salad bids. All right kayla. The rescue getting dropped from the show. I'm excited to hear about your review for wonder woman which is coming up in bollywood Soon enough so there's a breaking news. There's the breach on the capital which is happening right now. I just kind of caught a glimpse of it Running around in between Podcasting over here. So max max. Pat has more the official particulars. Yes and i know. Brian's and watching the news lately too but it's a after a march march for trump. Everyone stormed the capital or a lot of trump's worse in the capital. They've been able to get past the police in a breached. Congress was evacuated. Mike pence was evacuated. As of now. There's been tear gas gunshots and it's and trump has been tweeting. Please stay peaceful but yeah everybody seems to be unanimous with it being very shameful and disgraceful. Women's shot she's in critical condition. Not clear if she was shot by You know agitators or by the secret service but it has officially gotten violent at the at the protesters were attacking. The police with flagpoles iran iq so This is I blame the major airlines. Because as i've said once we stopped dressing for Flights and started wearing flip. Flops and cut off sweatpants That that began. That was the first that was the polling of the threat of the sweater of the fabric of society diplomacy. Yeah and now. It's just kind of game on also been talking for a long time. This sort of breakdown of the rule of law like cops don't mean with cops used to mean when we grew up cops were cops now cops or kind of suggestion that kind of used to be a rule and We saw it on the left with the black lives matter and a lot of the pro there. I should say of the looting and violence and all that kind of stuff and now we're seeing the right version of it which is a bunch of dudes showing up and Forcing their will on our society. And i don't know. I don't know where this ends. Because the problem is the message is gotten out that the cops urges but they're not what they used to be. I don't know maybe we need another kent state type situation. Maybe the maybe the national guards gotta open fire on a crowd or something. I mean it is true that when when the shit goes down the states and the cities that just do the sort of show of force like the Take beverly hills. Beverly hills right in the middle los angeles their stuff going on to the east their stuff going on to the west stuff going on in santa monica their stuff going on in los angeles. But there's never anything going on in beverly hills because beverly hills goes. Yeah we we got. Larry king live in here. He's compromised and they just they go fuck it. We're doing show for like we're not doing us a standdown. Let's not agitate you know this certa thought is let's not agitate people with this strong force or having the national guard or having a cop show up. Let's not agitate. It's not yeah. We're going to escalate things. Because but i would argue that when the cop stay home. Then it just escalates by itself. It goes unchecked. And if you take a look at a lot of the places that did do the show force then the looting and the burning and the writing was either null and void or at least kept to a minimum. So the people who didn't have that. Have chad chaz or child right or they has an and shop so either way i do think from this day force fourth. We're just gonna need big time show force everywhere all the time just from what on the twitter social and stuff. I think that's what a lot of people are often confused about. Which is a you would think the show of force you're talking about would come from the federal officers or or the dc police people protecting the capital of the capitol building guide stick. You know what i mean like. This is where this is where the soft bullshit ends and the show force begins at least in. I'm mike l. y. Can't fucking storm. The capital national. The national guard is on their way from virginia. And i am sure neighboring places were not curb crop haired for two day wise. I think what you're saying is correct. But i think what's confusing is. This is where the show forced should should originate right. There should be the tip of the spear. I agree but also feel like when you know. Everyone's heading down to santa monica. We need the same show force there. I mean burning down businesses and stuff like that we just. It just needs to be the new world order but i agree The capitol buildings more important than a pottery barn but either way either way. The rule debatable. The rule of law just needs to be the rule of law so we need that force whereas maybe in the past. We didn't need the force. I'm curious in how the national guard works because every single time this shit goes down. They have to call in the national guard. But it's always from somewhere else and originate from. I'm saying like if if the ship goes down in. Virginia they have to get the national guard over from a neighboring state or there never seems to be their own national guard where it's always were waiting for the national guard to To move in deploy to deploy aright posted if anything anything more goes down with that but it Other countries especially russia and china. They just have to be laughing. Their fucking answers off their lives so humiliating. I don't know about your eugene. Shoot that. I would come home from school from like in middle school and see on the news like there's blah blah going on involved a blah. I'd be like shit man sexually. they're like this is. I imagine that's happening. And other countries speak gotta be dying laughing. I mean this is. This is really embarrassing. All right so we'll keep you posted on that on Also breaking news The animated canadian. Tv show kai you has been canceled more important buried the lead. I know after twenty toll argued with chris. I said we do you and then we do. The people storming the state. But he i don't know he just kind of made call audible. I get one one topic to really insist on a year. And i wasted it already but yeah it's a real oj. Bungled door ordinances. Yeah this is this kaya thing. This cartoon has bothered me since. I was aware of this cartoon. Because it's a it's a whiny little fucking weird cartoon that pbs has been running for twenty years. It's also out of background french. French-canadian yeah again whenever it's kind of like when you pull up on a car and it's got a whole bunch of weird shit on it and you kinda go I wonder what the nationale i wonder. Who's driving that car. And you're never surprised. When you pull up it's never middle-age red headed woman. It's always something and adams other. Yes it's never amy adams and kai you. I always thought this cartoon is fucked up. I don't know where it comes from but it cannot come from out here must come from somewhere else and out of quebec because it's color palette is weird. Everyone is super white. The lead looks like he's you know three or four cycles into chemo. And i don't even know what the fuck and messages. It's kind of a. It's kind of what you get without the competition part when you end up on. Pbs with this. It's why a piece of shit like this gets a twenty year run. But i used to watch it. It'd be on with my kids. Which i will always be a bizarre thing for me because i'd have to watch. Wow loves e or you and while my kids were being at age two and a half or three. Were being marginally entertained. I was always being enraged by bad this. This art was so you got the article there. Max pat up. But i think i forwarded it to you Someone tweeted it to me today. But kai is dead in the water. Good yeah it's a deadline reported cancelled by pbs. And parents couldn't be happier. Yes i hope all the craters of you. I hope someone translated that in the fucking french and they're now considering suicide by the way. Yeah because i've been. I've been looking at social media and it is. It is pretty crazy. How many people are really just rejoicing over. This show. that's been been on this. Long it can nigh please can. I'm sorry can i please read one tweet. That stood out to me and In reaction to this somebody said first major win of twenty twenty one is finally being cancelled with his stupid bitch. Bald headed asked self. So that's how people feel. Yeah in the article. They were basically explaining. That was kind of teaching their kids. How to wine and be a push. Get stuff by nagging everybody. The article says it's long been a target of complaints by parents who claim the show taught their kids how to be winding and bradey and social media erupted with several viewers celebrating news of the cancellation. There's one person said chi was one evil ass mother effort and then showed a video of pulling a babyish tugging on a baby's cheek very hard. Another wrote okay. But why did coyotes parents never tell him to shut the fuck up when he had the stupid tantrums. Oh my god. My mom would've thrown me out also. It was like the least creative. Because everyone's name grandpa was called like the old person and policemen policemen and ever and no one even it was so fucking uncreative. It is at the top of my pyramid of the people who say You know the heroes that say we're doing things for children were creating art for children were creating program for children and then it just being complete and other other cop-out like just just of anything creative. What so ever. And of course you can fuck entertain a three year old. Can you could entertain a three year old with a popsicle stick and some fucking keys and there is two lighted and if you showed them borat they'd be bored off their ass. So obviously it's easier to create shit for kids so see and hell that what i have to say. Also supposed to be so great. Why does it say in. Its wikipedia friendly and curious. Kyw you discover as much fun in wonder is any kid can imagine now. There's there's no fun and he could imagine advertising. Also i'd like. I would like a children's series called bobby curious like his dad would come in the room and go you want to know how the pyramids were built by the end of the sunny and curious. That'd be the end of the absa. Sunny is very. He's not curious about race cars. He's not curious about building. He's not curious. Curiously aboukir carlson van shows up about. He's not he's not curious about any of this stuff. I like but he does sit around and stare at his phone all day. Explain to me who got traded and who got drafted and who's the leader in the fantasy sports and you know rattles off stats all day long. He's definitely going to make some woman and credentialing a man miserable when he's older because the only thing that hey the only folks that hate this kinda shit all the stats and all the sports more than the ladies the gays so this is going to be lose-lose for him in the way you turn in the partner department. I speak in a profiling. I got my haircut yesterday. And i had to do my own profiling. Which is i said to The porcelain punisher matt. I said Find out if there's any possible hair cutting places open anywhere in my my neighborhood anywhere around my house and He said okay. And then he checked with all the sports clips and the super cuts and the fantastic sams and all that kind of stuff and he's like all of them are closed but there is one place that's open and i thought to myself. What is this one place. That's open because obviously it's not like they have you know it's not like they pulled the permit and got an exemption there just opened and all the other places are right and you know not so quietly because he got him on the phone i mean he he he checked into it and and and he figured it out and made the appointment and sure enough. I want there. But i kept thinking to myself. What is different like why. Why were six places closed but the seventh is open. And then who are these people like. What is this place. Why are they defying the rules. Why are they open. How come they taken an appointment. And soon as i walked in i had my answer which is like off the boat korean. Like they're just like korean woman. Fuck it. I gotta make money. I'm putting the hours. I'm not fucking going home and wait for some government cheese. I'm putting the time but he did much like the profiling and the car and kai you soon as i walked in all snapped into focus Let's see we got a couple calls up here and then of course Bollywood which. I'm i have heard Almost nothing about wonder really almost nothing i. Also i don't think people in general want to go out and tear it a new asshole because that's sort of a hate crime. I don't know if it's good or bad. But i don't expect it. Everyone loves the idea of gal gadoe and wonder woman strong. I wrong was very well received a strong woman. You know in in a superhero department. So get to that in the second i Interesting question which. I don't think we ever really gotten to for my carlos in riverside carlos man how you doing sir good. What's going on. I wanted to take on this as i'm driving through town i've noticed a lot of university license plate frames you know University of laverne. ucla. Usc and it's always on like a twenty ten onto civic the interior. It's never something you wanna drive Though if i'm the dean of university is that how the hell. I want my school representative. Now what do you think brian. Brian can attest long once. You're done paying off. Usc that's probably you can afford. It was going to say well. What's the point. rica ford. The nice car. The university of pride slid off a little bit. Do they now. If you're a contributor or donor like alumni donor it they give you a license plate frame like is there. They're on guy. Kcrw give me one hundred bucks. Give you a mug. You know what i mean like i kind of wonder if there's that yeah. I feel the same way as tony read. Oh yeah he's never been lying. You wanna own. Yeah now. I probably don't notice it when it's on a mercedes to be fair but i agree. Well it's kind of interesting so let's see if you were driving around at brand new loaded. Lexus then the world sort of knows. You're probably educated. You're doing okay for yourself. And maybe you have a field of expertise by if you're driving around a knock around honda cord then. Maybe people think you're loser. So then maybe you want to put the license plate frame on the graduated from pepperdine to try to counteract the bondo on the fender right much cheaper just a license plate frame also kind of makes you wonder what percentage of those cars are actually alumni graduates graduated with a grant springs now and then also i kind of feel the same way about when they put the license plate frame on from like galp and ford. My thing is is like. I'll put the license plate frame on from galp and ford. You can drive off the lot in this brand spanking new ford f one fifty but every year. I'm going to come check it out. And if i find like you've got a mattress in the bad that's rotting out. Suffer pledged crease in the front fender. And there's a bunch of fast food wrappers rolling around on the dash. I'm going to go ahead and take that off. And not not only am i gonna take it off but i'm going to show up with a frame that says gouging board on it that's right that that'd be of monrovia that's right all right. Let's see Thanks for that observation though. Carlos qualifies a car guy. What is your take on license. Plate frames from plane. To i wouldn't say decorative is there any is that even is that lame for car guys. Mama bear at your figured the cutesy want kind of lame but like just plain one. Is that look down to bonn by car guys. I don't like any advertising going on. And i don't mean just for dealer advertising about yourself. Yeah the proud mama. Bear all that stuff but the license plate frame one done correctly will finish off the back of the car like the license plate itself is just stamped. And it's got the four holes in it and if you just put it on with the two or four screws. It'll look a little unfinished. If you're driving a ferrari or aston martin as a matter of fact when i took my aston martin to chip foos famed car. Detailer sort of car Fabricator he actually fabricated me Up a finished chrome license plate frame that went around the back of the license plate on the back of the car because he realized it would finish it off nicely and i have put them on many cars to give the finished. Look but it's always matt black or chrome or something. and it's always kind of streamline. Yeah all right. Let's see got a question about My mom there's another question. Senate building and Josh forty three vegas josh man. The am l. gow. I mean gina I've never seen anybody look so similar as gina grad and godot. Is you know she's hot. Yeah i i take it back right right. You're offending break brady and cayenne with these comments. Hey going around the licensed thing. By the way. I i live out here in vegas and i did see a A fairly nice car mercedes Five fifty whatever. Those are sedan with the very nice version of the ask grass or gas. No one rides for free And i was like i was like. Is that the sign of a lottery winner or a jack butler. So how else would you get. The world's collide literally said that on that right. Yeah it was like a. It wasn't a cheaper one. It was like a like they had put some effort or hired a custom guys laser to make. Yes i am platinum. I am bothered by the bedazzled ones jewelled ones you see on the ladies cars. Sometimes that bothers me. Also here's an interesting conversation now. We all know there's a vetting process for vanity plates so you can't write b g c. o. c. k. Right go now. You can't do that. But the busiest back in the day. If you would go to disneyland or knotsberry farm you could get a custom. Engraved license plate frame the plaque of plastic at the bottom. So what if you went into the kiosk gets spill corners in and knott's berry farm and he said i want one that says fuck that jews would that i have to tell you know what to do. We need to speak was manager. Or would you just enter it in the engraving machine like it was anything else. I think there's a there's gotta be interesting. Says all right so we'll have to get to the bottom of that and it's not so far reopens. I feel bad for knott's berry farm and and for that matter magic mountain because every single conversation like why can't disneyland reopen again and magic mountain fuck alot. We're fun kids here. They enjoy we enjoy people. Enjoy themselves all right. So what was your question josh. Yeah so i've listened to you since love line days and you got me through college and then high school there but one piece of the ace man history. I just can't fill in you talk about the times. Your mama's in the bedroom yelling freak out and and basically barricaded in there And then and then you jump ahead to the fact that she's remarried and Talking hot bran muffin. Talk and i would guess happy with your stepdad and did you. How did you get out of the bedroom. How did i know ray. Unfortunately tells you how they met those two worlds meet. Well i i think finding out how they actually met does kind of shed some light on this question. Which is she was very depressed. Probably lock self in the bedroom a lot. I don't know that she was sad to see. My dad go But not even sure if he went by she did. End up in a primal scream. Therapy encounter group at some point. Probably tired of punching her own pillow wanted to go find a pillow at a at a different location to punch and Scream about how much. She hated her mom. Yeah so that's where she met my stepdad. So it makes sense. I don't know it's sort of like saying We'll your mom was such a heavy alcoholic out. She meet her second husband and her the answer would be a like. She went somewhere and That's that's where they met. You know what. Can i jump in on that because this is also something that just doesn't it's like when you like. There's a tv character that's known for just always being grumpy and then they have like that sophomore when you're like okay that rounded them out now. It's all i needed was to see that episode. That's your mom because low resting pulse only resting. Pulse never gets off the bed or the you know the the mattress gore and yet she got it up to leave the house to go to a primal scream therapy sessions. She had to get a so much energy to scream like that and to punch pillows. Yeah well she had that quality wanting to mom which is virtually no talk and no communication and then at some point while banshee screaming sobbing and punching pillow flying to the consistency. Okay to use a lot like when you see an alligator and they're just floating there and you're like is that a law and that thing hasn't even moved in a year and wherever the next thing you know it's on top of the toddler and dragging down into the into the modern channing at death row right. That was kind of my mom what you're looking for a little more day in and day out consistency. Honestly act so she did have that That mode but thanks josh. Thanks for listening. Thank you all right. Let's see we got another Senate building discussion patrick. Thirty eight virginia. Get that national guard out there. You got it. Gina of bald both things for the health update man. I don't think you're Performance declined at all. Wow that can one in as many days. Thanks to me. After you got ace man. I wanted to know you always say all roads lead narcissism and we all these people breaking into the capital committing felonies and live streaming and taking selfies. Here us. there were a lot of phones in the air. See the camera of the footage. People streaming in there were a lot of phones being held aloft. Yeah i well. I feel like unless you're filming it. It's like it's not happening. It's kind of like what the great war warren beatty said in the madonna. Doc truth or dare. Remember that gina. I i cannot remember. I can't quote. Were in baby accurately from truth or dare well i'll i'll paraphrase but like somebody said like when warren was like standing there and i think they're in the dressing room or the hotel room or something like that and madonna. I think it was after madonna's told like not to talk. She had to write everything down. Or whatever whatever whatever that was i do all right. Max paddison that Snuck getting my hand gesture here but Which spot is it. We got a. You can look at the screen. I got check the check. The rundown still sees the point. Is this warren beatty. Like somebody said to madonna like well. If you can't talk dea still wanna film or some version of that and and warren sorta chimed in and said why do anything off. Camera like. He was kind of jab at madonna. Like if she's not if she's not being filmed that it's not happening like she's not she wouldn't do anything without being filmed the bloom coming off the rose. You know what. I mean like worn twenty two years her senior or thirty years or senior had probably been there and done. That probably had an older version of hollywood. Were people like a little more discreet. You know and often checkered off the record back then. He's talking about a an absolute superstar global superstar. Now he could be talking about any one of us. Anyone of us peeves right so That is That is the all roads lead to narcissism. And of course if you get to the end of that dock you'll get to the part where her assistant went out partied in some city. There were doing a gig in came home passed out and woke up the next day. With a bloody rectum and all they did was make fun of her another thing. That probably wouldn't happen today. So non-camera shirley wouldn't be on film. It's funny madonna. Seemed escape seem to breeze by that whole part where her assistant was rue feed and ainley raped and then came back to the four seasons and they're all jolly old caller sucker and making fun of her. It was weird. But that's when i fell in love with madonna. Just not in that window where you can do that. Yes if we haven't learned anything else today. Can we please all just that. There is no difference between groups. There's no right left whatever. Everybody is nuts. Everybody films themselves. Everybody stampedes shit. That isn't there is so stop pointing the finger per all just humans and they're dealing with humans do and various manifest itself in different ways but Yes all right. Let's see we got We got a ball would come in our direction. I i'll tell you about that. Cross ropes the perfect time. 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The policy misused tax revenue when in fact the san francisco is providing them with private donations. So still crazy but not taxpayer. Take his tax taxpayer. Because the department of public health is the administrator received private but the city is doing the actual work in order to make it happen so they tried to back away from that. Dr reporter did a story on it and it got pretty well either way forever forever's paying for it. It seems like well we are the twenty twenty one east awards coming this december. I like all these Snippets the hit the cutting room floor. This is awesome in with You know ten thousand hours of content found to be few floating around out there all right She would do the intro. The her rape or bali will be will tell you about movies go bryan. We'll review that he on the big screen allred metrics here before you spin. Box burgess recognise of shit. Transform to array baldy wonder woman nineteen eighty-four wonder woman to essentially what it takes place in nineteen eighty-four hence the title is twenty. Two thousand film released christmas day. Thank on hbo. Max it's warner dc in the batman universe and they made the deal with hbo maxwell. There i think all their movies are gonna come out on. Hbo max for at least a limited run. This on i think goes from month. I think you have until the end of january to wash this one. Right by patty jenkins starring gall. Good ddo chris. Pine kristen wig. Who will get to in a second. Because i've thoughts on that and pedro pascal as the defacto villain. It took me a couple of settings to get through. This is stay to our thirty minute movie. Mary long and took me a couple of setting to get through. This and i posted a very long well for me a long thread on twitter yesterday. I take notes in every movie. I see every every movie in the theater. I'll do it afterwards. But if i'm at home just taking notes that to try and remember things or this is good this was bad law for bollywood film vault and whatever and my notes for i kid you not mean notes for wonder woman were exclusively questions like what what is this. Why is this. What is happening. And i posted the thread and chris emails mu this morning. Hey i saw your thread you wanna do wonder woman and i'm like not really the movies a mess like it's hard to follow. It's it's not well made or is poorly conceived so baldy would will similarly be a bit of a mess. I'll just bring up some things that might spark some discussion. Gimme tom's humor. It opened. i got here. Oh sorry the audience gordy of the audience score chris because it's sixty percent on rotten tomatoes. So i'm the precipice of rotten and fresh but it's been falling quite a bit. Like i think it debuted at like eighty or debuted at eighty eight dropped a sixty seventy four Wanting to like. I mean it's a big action. Ten paulie movie so certain certain percentage of our idiot populations injured blown up. This is great when in fact it's not hbo. Max okay so it opens with a ten minute time. Because i was bored enough. It opens with a ten minutes sequence of young wonder one on the island of lesbos or wherever. She's from doing a nine year. Old girl doing a s- like kind of an olympics. Kind of an american ninja warrior kaelin. If you have the footage there's there are people running and doing american ninja warrior shit but are we to the point with cgi now or this is supposed to be impressive. Like i'm watching. People fly through the air and to impossible. Things and jump off. Horses and mike is this. Am i supposed to be impressed by this. There's nothing new here that i haven't seen like where are you with. Cgi well like you. We literally see this on american ninja warrior. People can do things like this. And you said lesbos It's close but then miscarried. Is that the world. They name it all right. Well that's what the wikipedia says. I do know the name of it. But i don't want to say anything because i don't want you guys to think i'm an asshole does probably stand so we get ten. It's this of the little girl hero. And i'm i guess i'm supposed to be impressed by this. And then it's followed up. Can you can stop this. It's followed up with a three minute. This is hard to describe a three minute opening scene back to modern day. Nineteen eighty-four where the film takes place of a bumbling drewery heist inside of a mall. That wonder woman like foils like she foils this jewelry heist the plot of like superman too like they want to get the kryptonite or whatever like she just started the muppet caper and it beating up these people with no. She just completely invincible. Whatever and then after the first three minutes of the movie where we see one room and kick some ass. How long do you think it is until we see on the screen again. Well i'm guessing wonder woman in the wonder woman outfit courses in the movie. Yes diana or whatever. Yeah well. I imagine because of the way you're phrasing the question. It's a long time sixty five minutes now houses an hour before we stevie wonder woman again. I'm sorry like this guy made for. I can't watch. Clark kent for sixty five minutes in iran. She five minutes of exposition as much of the bad guy. And he's want every complete imposible our experts of talking. Wow four report today so the only advantage most sequels are most sequels. Just aren't as good or they're bad or whatever. Can i say this. Let's just hope. This director never turns her attention to porn because difficult to the pizza guy in the doorway for forty four minutes before the blowjob. Sorry the advantage a sequel has the one advantage is don't have to worry about expedition. We know these characters are. Let's get right to the ass kicking even a bad sequel's going to have a lot of action. This goes an hour plus before you see wonder woman on the screen again let alone kicking ass. There's there's there's a compilation on youtube. The simply titled wonder eighty four all fights themes it's four minutes and fifty two seconds long and a two hour and thirty minute movie. There's five minutes of asking. Well what do you think in a in a world that i've complained about which is whenever they do the sequel to action movies. They just hit the ground running. Like the whole thing is is they go. There was thirty one minutes of actual fight scenes and the first movie. We're gonna double that. Because it's the sequel the formula and the and and it oftentimes loses me. It's kind of the jaws like jaws one. You didn't see the shark for a long time and jaws to it starts with the shark and they think it's better like more shark more excitement. Maybe they over corrected that they go too far the other direction and not trying to go down that road yet. Perhaps the is. You're talking about and i was thinking about. This was like i'm like well. An hour without action is good in the shining. It's good in jaws user slow burns master filmmakers. This is an hour of boring confusing exposition. Something about the stone. They're looking for the the stone there was stolen in the original heist is like a wish stone. So if you wish for something while you're holding it. Your wish is fucking genie in the lamp. Like this this is the plot of the movie now. Eight percent out of the gate at least with rotten tomatoes. If this thing star. John cena john cena as wonder woman that would be you. Get to eighty eight out of the gate with the critics. I'd be routing so hard for this movie before it came out. I think so and i think it's course corrected like it's going to end up as a rotten movie. You know a few more bad reviews. Come in and it's going to cross over the rotten area. It's not the worst movie ever seen. And it's not a disaster it's just long and boring and messy and confusing and not interesting was kristen. Wiig is potentially really interesting in this movie because she plays this nerdy. Mousy co worker of diana's right and like she ends up minor spoiler here but she ends up making a wish with the wish stone and becoming kind of a bad guy superhero. I one point. I wrote down like was this originally conceived was a body switch comedy because she she wishes to be more like diana and she ends up becoming. This twisted wonder woman type character and like that could have been interesting. That would have been something worth pursuing. But instead just blah villain or the conceived at every angle which superman was it where he he's bad superman for about half the movie the the worst ones. Yep yep okay put up call. Cogan did that already by the way. Well that's right right so everyone on facebook couldn't wait right around christmas right after christmas to talk about how how bad this movie is one man one man who stood alone and said you know this is actually a really good movie. I think everyone who doesn't like. It is a misogynist. Could you please speak directly to him. Brian is that me no. You didn't say oh somebody. They're just misogynist. This was a good movie okay. I don't see anyone could say this is a good. I can see how people would say this is a satisfying movie. Because it's two and a half hours of ten poll jain if that's what you're into like if that's like i wanna see wonder woman fly around the screen for you. Know a part of the move. Then you're satisfied but it's there's no way. This is a good movie. Also i feel like we've evolved as a society. There's so many good movies that have female cass and action and everything else all varieties. I think we're at a point when movies good people call it good. I hope so. Certainly going to get the woke percentage of critics. But this sounds like three hundred seventy reviews the lottery reviews yours going to get a certain percentage that you wanna be on the right side like you said. They want so badly for this to be good when in fact they're swimming upstream. I think there's probably a higher percentage of woke critics than there would be hater critics for the the wo- critic is off because not necessarily with wonder woman but let's say anyone the wo- critic says that have the movies not that good but it stars a gay black woman of color or whatever so i'm going to give it some points and then there's a hater critic who goes. I'm not going to give a good score. Do anything that stars a black woman or something like that. But i think there's a higher percentage woke critics now example is like the help like which i didn't like i was there was pretty melodramatic but but everything going for. It was about indentured servitude about the right things and it was one book and it had offensive. And i couldn't believe i was like i thought it was the emperor's new clothes great. What is the help. Add on rotten tomatoes eighty. It'll behind the people be lower max. Paddison turned off. Wonder woman after twenty. five minutes. Couldn't do it. I was watching. I was so bored. Even that mall act opening actions in comradely. She's just kinda like tripping guys yeah. It's awful she. She does like a wink to a kid. Like it's kinda goofy. The whole tone was just was so different. I loved the first one. I was really excited. And listen came out. Because i was really happy with the first one. Why change it. And then and then yeah so i had to watch the dark knight rises to get that taste out of my mouth. Hey can i point out three more things we got time out of. I thought you. I thought of something that you say a lot. Put up the picture of the president because sex place standard for their president is a character. Prominent character us. Here's several scenes and they have okay. It's your example of either be out past the breakers or be on the beach. Don't be pounded by the surf. We're looking at the president. This looks enough like ronald reagan. That under is supposed to be ronald reagan. Then people are online like no no no. He's credited just as police or whatever. And i'm like okay. The guy's not doing a reagan impersonation however could the the filmmakers have just gone with a blonde a gray president a bearded president a female president and black but looks a little bit lighter ronald reagan. Yeah i completely agree. I notice it all the commercials in any other production as well and yeah like you probably can't do a black president or female president because it's nineteen eighty-four and we went be confused. Yeah well no pavon guy with a beard or have a bald guy or anything. So you're not asking all the time like. Is that person that person i. It always bothers me when they have someone in a movie. Even if it's just a person that looks like another character in the movie and you go. Is that that guy or that guy. Yeah all right so not put up the picture of the gunfight because there's media offering meet the president there is a full-on gun fight in the west wing like outside of his office. We never see more than five secret service. That's the entire fight right there. This goes on for five minutes but We never see more than it's just that kind of movie. Why the fuck are they doing this and finally on this bothered me. There is a you can play the truck sequence with wonder woman just unbelievable talking about. There is a scene in the movie got. We're wonder woman has to. You're going to see or she. She's being She's laying siege to a truck a moving truck speeding down the highway in cairo egypt. And they're opening fire on her and she is going to go under the truck and do a very nifty move where she goes under the truck and then spins around and blah blah blah. I'm thinking to myself. It's two thousand. Two thousand twenty twenty one forty years ago also in cairo egypt was one of the greatest switch over to the other seen. Greatest greatest stunts committed to film raiders of the lost ark and harrison. Ford and a stuntman literally went under a moving back and circumvented the truck. We have devolved. The last forty years our idea of aleutian in film to quote jeff goldblum in jurassic park. We spent so much time wondering if we could. We never stop to wonder if we should yes. Cgi is allowed us to see you on credible world and incredible things in aliens and montreal but now we are literally devolving from one of the greatest stunts ever committed to film to. I don't know what i'm watching. What godot underneath a truck and throwing it in the air you know it kind of strikes me with cgi is when it gets too fantastical than it kind of in a great along. Those incredible one of the most incredible action sequences ever filmed the stunt sequences. It it strikes me that with the cgi. it's like i dunno paprika or something in sprinkle it in small doses put a little bit over the deviled eggs. It's good you don't want to just eat it right out of the jar and sometimes like when we're looking at the opening sequence of the young Young wonder woman doing the obstacle course and stuff you kind of tune out because it feels all cgi. I'd and it feels all sort of or a movie. Gets to like sorta fantastical the best. The best use of it is when there. I was just watching I didn't even know it. See jed like you watch. I was just watching Once upon a time in hollywood Last night which. I enjoy wondering are they using cgi. Yeah i enjoy more. And more every time i see it. But like when. Brad pitt throws bruce lee into the side of the car. Denson the caves in the side of the lincoln obviously so when got on a computer and had to kind of make that happen but but the fight scene before didn't have any of it in it. It was just used sparingly like like like vin. Diesel uses nitrous. Oxide you gotta do the race. At some point you can flip the hit the hit the bottle at some point. You can give a shot of the nitrous into the manifold. Stay on it too long or you get too happy with it or use it too often. It blows up the engine so the help seventy six with the critics and eighty nine with the people. I'm surprised that people like it more. I i have not seen the help but more popular with the people. All right brian and ready to bring it home or leave it with this. Someone tweeted me like oh. Is it worth getting. Hbo max for this. I said it is worth getting. Hbo max that it's a great service lot of great docs and movies. Not for this but there will hopefully be better movies on the horizon. Dawson hit theatro holiday. All right Great designer in. Rick fisker is We'll talk to him in a few. It's got a new very interesting. Suv that he's Behind he did the karma famously but he's also done a lot of work for bmw and aston martin and as a matter of fact i think he worked on the Aston martin db nine. Which i have and i'm gonna ask them. This question could potentially be insulting. Have to get to it. But there's a very interesting thing. So i got the first year s and martin db not the right when it came out and i took it to chip fouss. Who does all the automotive stuff and ship looked at it and he and said i want to do this and i want to do that. Just a couple of things on it. I don't really like the side markers. And the back and the license plate light. All sorta kinda parts. Benny or something like that. So he said all all breathe on it and one of the things. I i never asked him to do. And i never thought to do was on the side of the car. There's like a a like a gill for breather on the side offender. You can probably find a picture of it. And there's a chrome strip. There's just like raised chrome strip and it's like eight inches in front of the door going to the front of the car and then it carries over onto the door but it was only like two inches long and chip lewis right up to that anyone. The part on the doors not long enough. And i said i'm not really interested in that part of it and he said i am. It's wrong and he just went over any made a new strip that was five inches long instead of two inches long. And when i got the car back from mine had been lengthened. The next year on the db nine that had been lengthened so somebody taste maker. Yeah i don't know. I don't know if a chip fu staying i don't know how they got wind of it. I don't know if someone just thought and thought it needs to be fixed but we saw it and somebody figured we're going to lengthen it and it's funny ships has such good i and Henrik does as well that chip just walked right up to that part on the car i was like talking about putting a scoop in the hood and stuff and he just walked right up to that part went this is wrong it needs to be lengthened. Yeah just flipped in casino royale. Like seventeen times. I think that was an aston martin vanquish but it could have been a db ass. But max pat is going to go to figure it out but yes it was asked martin. I'm just not sure if it was a nine vanquish or db ass which looks the same. Yes actually. I'm looking at the video. Looks the same as the db s is about the same as they go by the description right. let's see. Yeah you can find a picture of that gil from not my car. Like the t. Two thousand sixteen is i was longer. I'll let me see if i could. I all you'd have to just go from the fourtou five. 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"What's going on everybody? I'm Molly Karen rose. And you're listening to the first. Take podcast when it comes to home and auto insurance state farm is the real deal for starters. They fit seamlessly into Your Life. Easily manager coverage. Pay Your Bill and even file a claim with state farm mobile APP which was awarded Best Insurance Mobile APP. Twenty nineteen and they really get to know you. Thanks to a network of nineteen thousand agents. You'll have someone local to talk you through options that fit your personal needs when you want the real deal like a good neighbor state farm. Is there robbed or in a long time? Nba Executive. Who played a key? Role in assembling. That Dream Team explained that he never talked to Michael Jordan about Isiah before the break. We just heard Stephen. A. And Jay Williams say that magic played a key role in Isaiah. Not Being on the Dream Team next Kellerman. The floor is yours. Well there are two things one. I said really what this comes down to the late news inclusion on the team because they chose to take a collegiate athlete and later was the most famous and most successful of the collegiate players at the time. That's really who Isaiah should've gone instead of you. Guys are just insisting that that. There's no competition. No comparison between Isaiah in Stockton. In fact that's very close now. Ultimately I agree with you by a hair that it's Zeya 'cause I think his peak he was a little closer to a dominant superstar. You could build a team around Isaiah little I prefer Stockton at a much longer. Career at his peak was nearly as good any many more great seasons than Isaiah did so at doubling his assist total guard. Carl Malone Scorer. Okay but I had guys come in the Pistons team. Would you compare that Karl Malone that that's not the point just having another superstar player is not going to inflate your assist totals by one hundred percent? In addition he was a much more efficient scorer and a better defender by you know he was he was all MBA. I defense team a lot of times. I say yeah. It wasn't the point is this and also all the ATM. Stockton made many more. But the point is this Stockton Isaiah ultimately. I've I'd have to also go with Isaiah by air. The issue with Jordan magic versus Jordan is what has also been reported. Is that Michael Jordan at the sign off on the final roster so however you get there and again later instead of Isaiah really. That's the one on swap out Jordan at the side off on the final roster so if he's signing no one and not on the team ultimately what is that of the Max you know On the case and please give Michael Jordan. I WANNA feel a camera for this. I want to be on camera for this. You know when we talk about boxing. I know what thing too about boxing but I also noticed step to hell back when Mac starts talking boxes because they are levels to this okay and when you sit up there and you just want to summarily ignore the fact that a vast majority of Stockton success as a point guard. Nba is primarily. Because Karl Malone and J Briggs up. There was no calm alone. Under Detroit Pistons Offensively. There was a pick and roll being run to that degree with a John Stockton -fensive proficiency was directly related to calm alone. You just want to ignore that this is moments when I feel your basketball court should be strapped and you should be putting a vote in locked away until the basketball season's over stuff like that. That's not point. Would you argue with that? That the president to Actually League Max Max. We let you speak. We did let you speak the only making off the only reason we brought up stockton with Isaiah. We know that what you said about Christian late we get that. Nobody's disputing that. Max but you brought up stockton compared to ask Zia. Anybody were to honor. Those is yours. I can't believe you missed it with those beetlejuice is. I can't believe that you could sit up here saying buy stock style. Stock this Jay. I'll give it to her. Shot Stockton Shoot Wide. Open jump shots. Stockton was not looking to pass almost all the time so a lot of times people laid off him. He got a lot more open and uncontested shots than you would realize because people were stuck descending upon Carl Malone. All of those things factor. I've never had that luxury. Never had that luxury but that would be bad there are other talk not not there are addicting role partners with superstars in the NBA in history. I understand where you would inflate it a little bit. By the way ultimately I'll take Isaiah by a little but that does not literally eleven all. Nba League that does not explain all NBA defensive selection. That does not explain open jumped out. There does not explain that much more proficient. Go Ahead J. Shooting the ball and to that a few if you want hold on hold on hold on. Stockton was averaging cable half decade. Go ahead Jack's good. Where where would you rank? Where would you rank? Karl Malone as release a greatest all NBA players. Would it be top? Twenty five top fifty five power. He's a top five power forward. Say for me. I think he's more than five. I think he's through okay Tim so he's tough. Talk about how important Kevin McHale. Okay I kept McKay and let me explain. Arkley and melodious close Novitsky Garnett milona closed a Lotta guys close okay. I'm not going out direction. A when I'm saying to you is from somebody who's played the position. Do you know how hard that was? And that wasn't the way guys player now. We see a ton of PR. Every single possession the best combination at that was stocked alone. Because why because Carl Malone can knock down at fifteen twenty footer like that so I was on the block. He forced double teams and elbow every single time so every time every time. John came off that screen the big was. You have to stay with Carmelo. You couldn't just help. I'm not saying that that that doesn't take away from how Rafik John Stockton is John. Stockton is Great. Jonathan's great all fame like Isaiah. Thomas had Karl Malone on his team to run that set every single time you'd be talking about a different stats for as he was doing it without one of the top. Three top five greatest power to ever play the game to sit there and say that. That's a little bit of plain agree. Board Little Hood did Isaiah. Thomas have a great coaching great teammates. Yes or NO DENNIS FROM YEAH. It was a great hustler player. Joe Dumars was up. Big Time Guy Defensive player knocking on nobody in that team. Compared to Carl Malone wire nobody came compared with one. Excuse me that is one player. Guys that does not describe fourteen tossed describe. It also doesn't describe just one great player teammate. Multiple Sixty win seasons finals appearances back to that. They took the bull six games at a time. Where the bold talk knowing looks better to go round you guys talking about Utah you what are you talking about? The fact that a matter is you. Don't I'm walking? It's four game against the Utah Jazz match. We we let you speak and you want to Basketball Gardens and we let you do. Most of the talking and John Stockton was the was the office. I just finished telling you when it comes to boxing. I'll lay off did not. I did say that in other words. What I'm saying is often every time you open your mouth about basketball. It's clear this. Hr expertise talking about all right. I've been Carmello the office between those two. That's what their offense was predicated on They had Thomas add. It wasn't about them offensively Thomas Office. It was stopped. The two Maloney Uta Isaiah. Thomas was surrounded by a bunch of defenders Hustle. Guys rough riders. And what have you? He was the face of that franchise and the face of the office. He was the number one option. There has never been a game let alone a season where John Stockton was the number one option. It's ridiculous or giving the evidence you are giving the evidence for Isaiah Thomas which I subscribed to ultimately got him by the hair he was lying. And how you guys are acting like Stockton's not in the conversation. Why was it stockton made five all NBA first teams defensively averaging three steals a game? That also Karl Malone he was shooting by the way stockton could shoot Code Pink. Let me it. Somebody's telling you. How Great Lead. Franson elite elite steals players one of the elite steals players in the NBA. Was Alan Iverson. Alan Iverson will be the first to tell you he could guard anybody. He had to take chances still in the boss still act. You know the perfect implication of what five minutes. There's a first teams. He was always all all defensive. I say these sales leader we couldn't do. We didn't play deal where we talk about with thing. They had some it there. Thomas was leaked offenders. One by Molly's a better off place. So Max v idea talented. You think Max Max one question Max answering questions. You need a guy to leave your team. You don't have another superstar team who you take. Isaiah Thomas or you take John Stockton Isaiah Thomas but this is not that question thank you thank you thank you. Thank you super debate. Jank you Isaiah Thomas Molly not the guy you need for Super Molly compared to a guy plays defense and everybody knows everybody know up with ESPN. I'm not complaining about my paycheck. Okay but I want to announce to the world. I should get extra for having the listen to this dribble from Max. Kellerman paid extra believable. Unbelievable unbelievable wouldn't let me predetermined player on the Dream Team and that's why they had later. If anyone can hear me I watch a lot. Nba Games as you know and you know the cables Michael. Because he's such a class Completely steers away from trying to compare themselves to the Bronx Kobe or anybody else. That's the fast. But if you ask me watching all these games would virtually zero defense. Dole had checked I think if Jordan played today if he was in his prime in today's rules. I think you'd average between fifty and sixty game seventy seventy five percent from before you could be completely stopping. Wow that was Dan. Mj's longtime agent. You heard of drought fifty to sixty is Jay Williams back here with us even how much would MJ punish in today's game? Well he would have destroyed all all competition. I don't think there's any question about that. But he wouldn't have averaged fifty and shot seventy five percent from the field. That's definitely hyperbolic on David. Fos Bar one of if not the agent of his time and still Isn't bill big time? As far as I'm concerned he really knows what the hell he's doing. But let me be very very clear. I think Michael Jordan would have averaged about forty. I think his rival in terms of scoring would have been exactly who it should be. James Harden today's rules off. But I think that Jordan would have had an edge because of what Jordan did on the defensive side of the ball is well James Harden just destroys you off the dribble step back. Three point shots and get to the whole gets free throw line. I think that Georgia would have done that primarily from a two point rates. He thought he would have developed a better three point game but I think he would really made his bones with steals defending locking down opponents. And I think the thing that's not mentioned everytime J. that people talk about Jordan. They always talk about. How many points scored a high? He would have destroyed the competition because of what he did offensively. I think that people don't realize in the the you know the heart transplants. He would have forced or he would have just snatch dudes hearts all around the league. He would have taken them out. They would've wanted no part of him because that was Jordan specialty. He wasn't about just beating you molly MACs J. He was about demoralizing. You taking your heart away from you and making sure you knew you could mess with him at all that you want. No part of him. It wasn't enough to him to walk off. The court. Victoria literally wanted to snatch your heart out of your chest and that's one of the things that you don't see much of in the Modern Day Game. That's the difference. And that's I think he would have averaged his forty he would've shot fifty percent from the field and more importantly a lot of the damage would have been done on the defensive end floor because of his ability to shut people down. That's where he would've just annihilated. Do this is not that hard to figure out. Of course David. Falk is being ridiculous. I originally said a couple of days ago Jordan would average forty easy and the reason I said that is as follows. First of all in this day and age left to Jordan's up in this day and age you don't just plug a guy out of his prime drop okay. What kind of game does he have? Because the game evolves the rules change. Anyone coming up nowadays is shooting the three. If you play on the perimeter you're shooting the three you're coming up shooting the three so then the question is does that player the capacity to really become a good three point shooter Jordan. When he started shooting the three shot thirty seven percent one year forty almost three percent one year in the second half of his career indicating he had the ability to be a very good three point shooter so when he talks about shooting percentage seventy five percent of course not in fact his field goal presented probably would have fallen because he'd be taking more lower percentage shots however he would have hit a lot of them he would have been one of the better three point shooters in the league. Because if that's what he's worked would've happened as evidenced by the fact that he did you average forty percent over two seasons for the so so you that way up and you say is true. Shooting percentage probably rises especially in this scoring Dan age where the primary ball handler can. Maybe it's not as much eyeso- Babacan really monopolize the usage of the ball. You look at Jordan. Said if PIPPA didn't have the Migraine in game seven against the Pistons First Time Jordan had another all star. He'd beaten them Jordan. Took twenty seven shots hit thirteen. They're all two point. There's only taking mid range shots. He had almost fifty percent of them. Dropped thirty something had a bunch of assists and rebounds. The whole thing the only other guy who did anything horace grant dropped ten points shot like three of Seventeen. Jordan was keeping teams in Games. Two by counting to one and two at a time. You add the three point. Game and an increase percentage shot from three Jordan's averaging easily forty game his true shooting percentage probably goes up and by the way when guys leave the League nowadays and scoring its point to Jordan when he was young was not leading the League in scoring by a point or two later in his career. He beat Carl Malone by a couple points later in his career early in his career. He was smoking. Dominique Wilkins. Five six seven points more per average per game on average so when you look at the distance between him in second place and you look at guys. Averaging close to thirty five nowadays Jordan clearly going to be up over forty points a game as a great two way player. He's the greatest player of all time for a reason so couple of things number one. The forty fifty. Maybe maybe seventy five percents from the field. I don't think about that. That's a little bit embellishment but the forty fifty and both guy said maybe not. I'm sitting here saying maybe because we think about Michael Jordan and tribal system from somebody's played in that system. The amount of passes in thirty three cuts for every damn pass. Trust me. It took me a whole season to figure out the blueprint of how the offense works right and I was a point guard not even played it the two position where he gets the ball pinch post. But if you're talking about the Michael Jordan with Doug Collins Jordan that was able that ball in his hands the push the ball down the court to do whatever he wants to play at a fast pace can get to that. I mean Alan Iverson was able to get to the free throw line like nine ten times a game throughout his career. Because you know you hit them you go the free delighted Michael Jordan. Were in that age in this age were. That's a foul like back in day. Are The ball you guys even guys Rick Lewis shots like this. You'll have to shoot that ball. They're not calling it. That's this is the found now so I'm kind of I don't know I'm sitting there. Thinking maybe could average forty and fifty if he had the green shoot the ball as much as James Harden and he was playing at the pace at Doug Collins allowed him to play the pace that is in today's game in age. He might be able to do that. Stephen he might be able to get that one done back in the day when they had you mug. Jude beat you up. Beach down as they showed during the pistons the bad boy going against Jordan and the Jordan rules considering what the how the game called today back in the day the y'all realized that Jordan averaged a career eight point two free throws or game eight point two at the very least that would double in today's game and we he'd get every call by the rules alone. We're not even taking into account the fact that he's Jordan he would be the star and you're trying to protect them. Remember what John. Salley said on the last dance episode four. It was like we had to get him before he took flight. Because you know he's not human right and then he talked about that and he talked about what he brings to the table. And what have you what they did to beat him up? Rodman alluded to what the rule was Nakas behind down. Do what you gotTa do etc. He's still got to the free throw line eight times and they talked about how they wanted Jordan the face of the League to ascend and we the Pistons. Gotten away at that we were like Nah. We're GONNA RUIN THIS. Ain't it ain't his tom yet and that was when the League was pushed it for him to be that dude. In today's Day and age with these sorts of Scott nell tissue rules. Excuse me Jordan and got a free throw line. Eighteen to twenty game in mind the three point shot and how he would have taken advantage of that you have stars shooting six seven threes. A Game Jordan would have been as he was in the second half of his career in a leak. Three point shooting was the best in the league. Among we take a lot of them and people don't understand they said well. The modern athlete Roy Williams recently said they put they they ran Jordan in the forty at UNC. Because they wanted to chart his year-by-year progress he ran a four three eight. They thought it was wrong. They did it again. He ran it again. A four three eight forty two forty eight inch vert. So he's like when you look at what hardening these guys doing. They're not nearly as athletic as Jordan was. And you add that to the work ethic and the three point shooting in the second half of his career the guy would be the reason. He was even in the game when he was saying well. Now with the angle. We're not going to be. I'm not going to be reading the League scored and he did. He averaged thirty three and led the League in scoring first year in the triangle. Max Max spinola access very quickly because I know we have to go to break but you said something critical when you give your mentioned the first time you said you would have to assume. That Jordan grew up in this age. Where two three ball was way more developed. Can't you make that same conversation applicable to Lebron James and both of you guys up here and killed Lebron James? About him not being able to handle the physicality of the game back in the ninety percent that that's that's you know that's not what we said. No no no I was so so you don't think so. You don't think Lebron would have the kind of success that he's having now if he played back in that era. I give you putting him. What is he makes the Pistons? A lot better depending upon the team. What I said about Lebron was that Lebron will get his same numbers because he's a physical specimen in and of itself. I said the big moments that he has folded in in the past. He would've not graduated where he was able to overcome that. Because that era would snap panel. That's what I said. That's not fair though Stephen. Guy He along the way we assume that Lebron if we assume that Lebron James grew up in this era then he will be playing a different level of county and has many ways. Mentality is today. People have gotta go today. New problems need new thinking with. Ibm retailers are turning to the cloud to restock shelves more quickly. Teachers are working with the I to rethink the classroom. Let's put smart to work see how. Ibm is helping at IBM DOT COM Slash Kovic. Nineteen GEICO gets you access to licensed agents twenty four seven which means that. Geico is always there for you. If only everyone was always there for you like your wife when you forget your keys at work and you get my texts. I am looking for the spare house key. Maybe I can get through. The window. Turns out the low marks. Wow you need works fast. Should probably call me back guy go always there for you with savings and twenty four seven access to licensed agents thrilled to be joined by. Chicago native a comedian. Who can do it absolutely all Hannibal Bursts joining us now? Hannibal thank you so much for being here before we generate into that back. I'm a backdrop mom. I like the green screens green screen. Let's get to be just great off. We saw you at the celebrity all star game. And you were on team wilpon. How he on Fair Against Team Steven Eh? I can't seem to remember. We got the W we got the W Stephen Crumpled under the pressure on the sidelines. Chain did really connect to what you were you out strategize out by just a superior coach and I hope you took some lessons away from this and yeah you really meltdown. Right check out. That flint melted down. Snap now at. This is the Dow's just the end of it And millions of people saw it Guy Fieri tried to compromise you when read the clown and it was just it was bad look overall. Yeah well I mean it was rigged All your cargo Chicago and Y'all and Y'all they gave all the players they rigged it will bond you know. He's the hometown hero. He had gotten inducted into the hall of fame that day that day the morning of what the afternoon of the game he was a he was elected into the hall of fame. You guys all Chicago's you common and all of that stuff. I hear y'all CHIRP. I got bad news. Feed your better. You better hope that does not at all star weekend where the fans could be in attendance or whatever because next year I might play and I assure you I swear. F- y'all on the team again. I hope all y'all that will on will gone Steve this year or near the next time we play. I'll see y'all in personally. I Ain't GonNa be coaching alright. I'm against I'm against open it because it was rigged it was ray. Assert that back now if you want. But YOU'RE GONNA be in that hospital bed we're GONNA YOU'RE GONNA be on the show. You're not missing work for that. This is your right isn't that I'm not missing working. I'm all good good CBA barefoot barefoot on ESPN and like a UFC fighter. This is a mason ally too bad because of these circumstances but the comfort levels are amazing at Hannibal. What do you think? What do you think trips daughter for the last dance on was? What do you think of the last dance? So far Jordan duck so far the last dance last desperate a great you know I grew up in Chicago so when I was I was a kid. Earn the run so I appreciate. It was amazing experience but to see this perspective of in-depth coverage is really amazed. Thuja is awesome so related to see everything kinda covered in detail just because sports journalism wasn't the same in the nineties and just sort of see it now as an adult and having put perspective and is is really awesome. No question enhanced by the guys will want to dive into more basketball with you but since you mentioned. Mma I'm also a big UFC fan. And I know you are as well. What are your thoughts about fights returning less than two weeks? I think that you know if it's done safely everyone's tested it's all good. People WANNA sit. We wanted to see her time and enjoy. So as long as nobody's putting danger I with it. What were your thoughts watching the last dance of what were your thoughts about the whole Jordan versus the Detroit Pistons Angle? I know you said you were young. So you know what you might not have seen much of it but watching these docu series. What are your thoughts about what you're seeing as it pertained the Michael Jordan and what he had to go through to become you know just to just to be revered as he is particularly against the Pistons. What are your thoughts about that? I don't I don't blame. I say a Thomason them that much because you know getting swept after you want. Championship spread a tough. I might want to get out of here to yes. We used to beat him after. Is there something you learned? You said you were just a kid at the time. Is there something that you've learned from the dock that that has stayed with you like that that that surprised you the level of intensity it was it was just? It made me. I was inspired by. I was inspired by the dedication and the focus. Actually I'm GonNa Skip College and I'm going to go straight to the G. League because I've been inspired by the last stop. So thank you all for having me on. I hate to announce that plan for the G. League congratulations thank you. Are you one of the players? That's GONNA get about a half million terms undisclosed molly molly. Molly hold off a second a panel. Hannibal what are You Doing? You want to take home. How many jackets jacket you put on your docket as the segment allows. I'm at home. Stop my backdrop mom. Please the backtrack on assist Green. Up here looks weird. Hannibal really appreciate you being on the show. I'm glad you're just so comfortable here on live television on. Espn and on. I take you really brought to you. And congratulations on making the G. League following that trend skipping college you'll be the oldest player in the G. League but that's okay you know Bye Hannibal Thank You. Kindly be safe. We appreciate our guy. I mean we think No one thinks more Dak Prescott than Jerry Jones and myself No Mike When he signed on for Hardaway signed on was back. Prescott and You know it's just getting it done. I mean the bigger these deals get hearing all of always found that to be the case in business. The bigger the dollars get the harder they get. We believe in our track record or getting player signed. I totally believe. We'll get doc signed at the right number. That's good for Dak. Good for the cowboys. Good for this team right. That was Stephen Jones with sap. Last night emphatic. That a deal will get done with doc. Louis riddick joins US Louis. Great to see you but southern Steve. I'm starting with you here because you're cowboys are saying all the right things but they're still no deal happening. So what's really going on? Well what's really going on Molly and Louis and Max Kelvin's that these guys? I'm talking about Jerry. Stephen Jones have engaged in conduct business practices that have made them successful monetarily speaking certainly in marketing and obviously overall business but when it comes to winning football games these are the kind of things that have gotten in their way repeatedly and this is just the latest example of their foolhardiness. Now let's analyze this situation for what it is Louis Riddick. 'cause I understand that? You're keenly aware of these things even more so than. I am last time I checked in. The world is the quarterback position. You don't pay that guy yet but to play the running back ahead problems in the past gave your bad salacious headlines. Compromised Dallas Cowboy brand that we know love what happens you give him. Fifty million guaranteed nine five million dollar contract all depend demarcus Lawrence. You Got Him. All right. You Pay Jalen Smith. I'm not opposed to any of that stuff. You took care of him. Yup Grad cornerback position. Your side a bunch of dudes but to take care of everybody but the quarterback. Oh by the way. Got Rid of that head coach. Who played the role in his ineffectiveness? Arrived you WANNA point to what it did. Last year. I mean group of forty nine hundred two yards through for third touchdown. Just eleven interceptors career-wise complete sixty five point eight percent of his bats and he's taking it to the playoffs two years out of the walk. He's got a winning record. All right and by the way the season before that allows sticks games. If I remember correctly I believe that particular season that was about fifty six times. I remember correctly somehow someway Jerry Jones and Steven Jones continue to ask this young man for the house. This man continues to show up. He's a leader. He's a model citizen. He represents the Franchisees. The face of the franchise the whole Colin Kaepernick situation. He marched locks that with Jerry Jones when that could have been a dicey situation. He didn't sit up there and disrupt in it. Think this man has been a model citizen. He has before it hasn't been as that. The defense didn't show up. You GotTa Rookie Offense Coordinator last year the previous year. You got him sex with a six dollars Tom. Tommy you have asked this young man to step up and represent this credit todd and then all of a sudden you come to us and you say you're gonNA take care of him. Damage your might do it but should have been taken care of them. And as far as I'm concerned about them Dak Prescott. I gotTA modifying attitude with you for the future. I don't know how good I- relationship is going to be moving so it but I think I think he'll get over it eventually. Once that check comes in was that check the. Da Patrick Mahomes. But he wants to get paid like. He's Patrick Mahomes. But that creaking sound you're hearing is the cowboys getting ready to fold lettuces. I told you this is going to happen if you look at the Joneses. What is Jerry Jones said about? Every every one of the best deals he ever made. He said all of my best deals. I was told overpaid at the time. He didn't say I was told I over paid at the time. Because Jerry Jones does not make his money on the margins he will fold in that kind of scenario. He makes his money with pink. When you buy the Dallas cowboys and takes a big imagination. Not like Chintzy on the margins so so I always. And that's why they folded all these player negotiations. I keep bringing up Zeke. You spent the fourth overall pick in the draft on them. That's an investment of resources for sure. And then he if anything outperformed where you draft him at least at least matched where you drafted gave you a premium of other other. Guys were drafted later. Lived up to it. We're running your offense through them for a while then. It came time to pay him. They didn't want to because it really wasn't time to pay him yet. Even Z can hold held out when it's still he couldn't have by the rules of the. Nfl GOTTEN HIS Co. So the cowboys come out and say playing hard ball right. We do not intend to reset was stephen drills. We do not intend to reset the market. We're not going to be set. The market with Ezekiel Elliott. Within a week they reset the market with Ezekiel Elliott. They folded so they've come all the way to the to the one yard line right there. There first thing goal on the one and now they're going to hold it up over some small language about when he can become a free agent three years down the road. No the reason it still hasn't gotten done because at this point with the economy shrinking. And maybe that affecting players the psychology of players and their emotional state about how they feel about coming into a lot of money on certainty about the future. Everything maybe they figure. Look the worst that can happen right now. Is We'll save a few dollars by waiting because we've already basically folded all the way. My prediction is they. Won't they'll still fold before they should give back all the money. Look this is an old fashioned. I shouldn't say old-fashioned this is in a lesson in leverage. And when you have it you may only have it a few times in your career but if you do have it you recognize you have it in the case of Dak Prescott he recognizes. He's he has wielded. You use it. You exercise it. Whatever verve you WANNA put on it? That's what you do and Dacca's no hurt. That has until July. The Fifteenth Dallas Cowboys have until July the fifteenth. This is a situation where he understands exactly where he has. Dallas and to make a deal remember. It takes two to tango and we don't know exactly what is asking for. But my guess would be this if I'm sitting there and I'm Dak Prescott and I'm looking at the backup quarterbacks on my roster and I'm looking at the landscape with which I am negotiating in right now and the fact that we're not getting together anytime soon I'm not GonNa you know I don't need. I don't need to show up for mini cans. I don't have to do anything I'm sitting pat and I'm telling my representation. Let's this whole because you know what I'm GonNa take the Max Kellerman approach. They will fold because they have nowhere else to go. They had nowhere else to turn and look how this team is set up. Do you really think they want to do all this work. All this work to get this team to where it's gotten to and they're not gonNA pay me. They're not they're going to risk me not showing up. They're going to bring their new head coach. Mike McCarthy not having me not going to do it and you know what they're going to give me the terms I want. They're going to give me a shorter deal. They're going to let me get another crack at this sooner. Rather than later as far as coming back to the table and cash in in again. So if I'm Dak Prescott I'm telling you what I don't care if I'm Dak Prescott. Whatever business is we know this? We know that our job. You're negotiating on behalf of yourself. His maximize cash to me. I'm not worried about your cap. I'm not worried about what kind of straight and put you under. I'm talking about maximizing cash to me and if I'm Dak I'm sitting like this and I'm waiting and I'M GONNA I'm GonNa get I can get out of this deal. Well Louis Riddick I think I let me say this to you buddy that you got the time everything like they look like Mr Chippendales today. I appreciate that that's number one number two. I think it's important. I'd love to tell you that Iraq you ride but uncle challenge that in this and this particular secret. I am not debate in the reality that the Dallas cowboys going to retain the services of that Prescott. We know that. But there's such a thing as their male ego molly speaks to. The Molly knows this. Every woman on the planet knows this about the male ego because the bottom line is one thing that gets in our way and when you take into consideration the male ego and that male ego was permeating the situation to the point where Jerry Jones knowing. He's not getting any younger more. Dust is being collected by that birth certificate. And you got the son Steven Jones rightaid echoing Estelle newsmax. Kelman's words parody in that speech. You so eloquently disseminate to the masses. We can't ignore the reality of the comet impact that could potentially having your quarterback never use ago. The Dallas Cowboys won the Super Bowl and they decided to negotiate hardball tactics with Emmett Smith. Their great great former running back for the Dallas cowboys and they lost first. Two Games of the season and Jimmy. Johnson came up in front of the press and he was just speechless and then they find it. Saen Emmett Smith and he showed up to that press conference look in Hong ticked off at that Jerry Jones. Because he says all. You're going to play hardball with is GonNa be me. He was appalled. He couldn't blame it. And when you look at that Press Guy Right now at some point in time you gotta worry about the reality that your quarterback might sit there knowing these. Don't get no needs. Don't get paid. Nobody's GonNa make considerably more than a two point one dollars. He may last season. He's going to sit up and say you made me way all these people you took care of and you let me dangling in the wind now. We currently exit X. Relationships and stuff like that when you got that kind of stuff in your brains and then you Hawk any particularly when you're in there's going to be brass that's GonNa be paid at some point. You word you know like the saying goes though money changes everything it'll change your mind to and when that gets is easy to get his he'll get before July fifteenth. I'll tell you what I will remember this speech though because this has been eloquent Stephen or whatever your name is right now I don't know I don't know what character right now but I'm GonNa tell you this days money no state income taxes no state income and they're beautiful state of Texas. I didn't forget that either. There is the port because their money. Go along bring up way I clearly. That's when I know it goes from southern Steve to the real stephen a the one who focus on the southern Steve took soon. Louis stay. Say thank you so much GEICO. Gets you access to licensed agents twenty four seven which means that Geico is always therefore you if only everyone was always there for you like your wife when you forget your keys at work? I am looking for the spare house key. Maybe I can get through. The window turns out the alarm works. Works fast you should probably call me. Neck Geico always there for you with savings and twenty four seven access to licensed agents. Sorry to depress you guys Maxon Steven A. But it's been fifty days now officially since we've last had NBA basketball and obviously due to this hiatus. We don't know what it will return We would be in the middle of the playoffs right now. I know that's pretty disappointing to think about but Stephen. I'll start with you here. Who Do you think's going to benefit the most from this layoff assuming that we do have a season well I think that ultimately The Brooklyn Nets are going to benefit. Because you know at thirty and thirty four as a seventh seed in the Eastern Conference when the season ended Which is looking at a situation where the season is is awash to some degree with everything that has transpired that has caused the suspension of the season. What have you so many people have lost out on this but the Brooklyn Nets were still paying career still paying Kevin Durant. And when you look at what's going on with them right now Kevin Durant ultimately we'll be back healthy And in all likelihood we're GONNA find ourselves having an NBA season that may ultimately be delayed. Won't start until December assuming that there's a postseason in July going into August. I don't think they're gonNA start the season as they traditionally do in in mid to late October. I think it's going to be a bit late in that. That gives Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant even more time to be to go for next season with this season. Being truncated with this season being compromised even if there was a champion and it's great to have closure is still going to have a huge asterisk next to it because of all that transpired and so you move on from here and moving forward from here Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving both expected to be ready to go and the Brooklyn Nets will go from a bottom Seven or eighth seed in the Eastern Conference to one of if not de Topsy in the Eastern Conference the second dose to or on the floor together. I think that they've benefited tremendously from this. The Nets are great. Pick but I think the answer is the Golden State Warriors. You can lose the championship and still consider that part of the dynasty. If you're making a deep playoff run. The warriors lost in the finals to a team that was fully loaded when they didn't have K. D. and then they had an injured clay then Katie lease. But they still got steph and clay draymond green except Claes out for the season and Steph gets hurt. So they're like a bottom feeding kind of team Steven. They could wind up with the first overall pick in the draft and this season if they don't finish the season and. I think it's actually unlikely that we get team sports for the rest of this. I think it's less likely that we get baseball football more that we get the NBA. Nevertheless still say it's under fifty fifty and if that's the case then this season goes by and in a way it's like it didn't happen in the sense that there was no playoffs for the warriors to Miss Anyway but they wind up with a number one overall pick Klay Thompson. Walking around Michael Thompsons reportedly saying he felt like they don't know yet to clear the warriors doctors and all those things but he's he's okay he seems okay. We'll see by next year. If Claes back healthy steps healthy dreams healthy plus you have a top draft pick and then Stephen. They got the following season. The T. Wolves top three protective of its number four. They got it plus role draft pick. And if if it is top three so they don't have the thought to be protected. The next season twenty twenty two they get an unprotected so if the walls don't have a good season for the first pick again the warriors are setup so lovely going forward and in the meantime didn't have to deal with this season and get their crew back next year. This really helps them. Well Max the reason I bring up the warriors because that was this situation. Pre Corona Virus Not just now So that's the only reason that I didn't pick the warriors I love that. Pick what you're saying about them because of the return of Klay Thompson. The fully healthy steph curry had already returned anyway But I I get where you're coming from. I was just looking at it. Feeding directly off of the corona virus forcing the suspension of the season. What you highlighted about. The Golden State Warriors was applicable to this situation whether there was a suspension of the season or not in the case of the Brooklyn Nets. The fact that the season has been suspended. You'RE THIRTY AND THIRTY FOUR. Everybody's recognizes very conspicuous that Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving on not there and available to you in this particular instance. The season the suspended there would be an asterisk next to the season in the event that it continued and by the way. I'm very confident I call it what you want. But I'm I'm not as confident in the M A major league baseball and other sports Max but I'm very confident that from two four two month period could be basketball this summer. Yes I am. I'm very happy about that. And my confidence is elevating my competences elevating more and more each day only as it pertains to the NBA. Having said all of that. If you're the Brooklyn Nets and Kevin Durant and Carby. Irvine get to have additional time to get healthy. They return combined with the fact that this season is definitely compromised for those lower wrong teams right now. Here might be a priority for the LAKERS CLIPPERS. Denver teams like that Milwaukee etc before the low around teams. This season is awash so with that as a reality really helps Brooklyn with Syrian Kevin. Durant no doubt it does. I mean the two teams it helps the most obviously because of injury or the nets or the warriors. The reason I favor the warriors is Jerry West arranged it so that the Lakers had the number one overall pick they already have magic and Kareem may also wound up with James Worthy or the Spurs. They have this powerhouse team with David Robinson but because of injury they wanted number one overall pick it's Tim Duncan Robinson Doug and that's what the warriors remind me of right now except that unlike the spurs the season that they would have to suffer through to get that pick. They don't even have to play it. It may not even know what your list of Max but Max you know what I think. You're missing missing. The evaluation process that you customarily go through that has now been compromised because of lack of access due to the CORONA VIRUS. So in other words you've got a top pick and you. WanNa make sure you utilize that top pick effectively and make the right decision. I'm not questioning that. The warriors capable they're listed there. Go to the gold standard right now. But I also think it's important to highlight the fact that how the corona viruses compromised the whole evaluation process. If they were worried about that with the NFL imagine how worried about that. They would basketball because of all of this as it pertains to the draft and making sure you you make the right selection all right. Let's leave it there guys. Let's go to New Orleans to talk a little football here. Jameis Winston officially a part of WHO DAT nation after signing a one year. Deal with the saints and he will be backing up. Drew brees with tastes. Inhale Jamie spoke to the media yesterday about his new mindset on a day there's GonNa be no is that I'm not the gap myself. I'm still the Guy I'm gonNA approach every day like like I'm the guy and I think that's what the quarterback room breeds of like when you when you see what happened last year with with the amount of playtime tastes on the Teddy Dot. I'm not saying that I'M GONNA speak that this year but those guys were prepared and in destler. I'm looking I'M GONNA be prepared for whatever Max and my vantage point. He's saying the right things. There are Jameis Winston days as a starting quarterback officially over. I do think they are and I think the reason you see so many other backup quarterbacks who are not very good paid more than him. It's not the upside. That people know Winston has big upside as a backup. You can put him in. Maybe you can win some games for US instead of giving the game away. But how can you rely on? A guy was not. He wasn't playing for some for for a great coach. How can you rely on with weapons? How can rely on? A guy throws thirty interceptions one hundred twelve points to the other team. So he's going to have to earn that chance to be a starter. I suspect he's going to get a pretty quick hook if he starts throwing interceptions and given his game and this goes back to college for as many spectacular things that he does he does spectacular things for the other team to I. I don't mean like you'll never start another game. I mean sustain at least the full season is someone starter. I don't see it. Well I disagree with you. I think he has a chance to start. I think number one by default Max because I think there are a few questionable quarterbacks in the national football league who are starting for respective teams. I think there's a flute is a few teams that are looking for legitimate. Starters secondly throwing thirty interceptions we all know how I feel about James how he should be the defensive player of the year because of the thirty interceptions from a quarterback position but he also to fifty one hundred yards plus and thirty three touchdowns. And I think that you can't ignore that thirdly I think he's learned from the error of his ways. I actually think that he's a much much better person. And he should be given the benefit of the doubt that regard humility ultimately can drop us. All let's give him an opportunity to showcase that and last but not least. I cannot emphasize enough. What a Fan I am of drew brees. I'm not talking about just. The greatness of drew brees is a quarterback. I'm talking about as a person. He's a leader. He's highly intelligent. He knows the game of football inside and out. He's the conduct guy capable of making you want to listen to him. He has that kind of personality. And that kind of affect on people and I think James Whitson being around that can be the sponge that he needs to be and learn how to be so much better in so many ways as a quarterback and as a person playing behind drew brees and I think James Winston will benefit from that. I liked the breeze point. I don't know if that saves his career but I liked that point and Steven at you made a good point before that guys like Jim Thorpe Dion Sanders. Great two way players. Why can't Jameis Winston also one day be in the hall of fame as a great two way player thirty touchdowns for your team and the other team? That's one of the great players of all time. Let me give you this really quick. You're unbelieveable Arfan tweeted the day. This is from flight snowfield. Who Does James Benefit more from? Isn't Sean Payton or drew brees Stephen a debris for the reasons that I just thought related. Respect profoundly Sean Payton. Don't get me wrong. But it's drew brees and his direct personal relationship with James. Believe he will develop. That is going to take the reins back. We agree about that. I'd say it's breeze. Only because Janus Winstons had coaching and weapons. In the past. It has not been great but he hasn't been the understudy to a future hall of Famer. Who Still Great and willing to mentor. That's what he's got now. All right thank you play snowfields for sending that in have a good one guys. We'll see all tomorrow.

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But first it's time for straight talk brought to you by straight talk wireless. Houston we have a problem again. Russell westbrook wants out of houston and apparently so does james harden what what to do what to do. Where can westbrook let me tell you what makes the most sense to me. What stupid team out. There would be willing to part with the most assets for a dynamic exciting star that could draw fans. But you know you're not gonna build a championship team around him. What major market out. There knows that they have no championship aspirations. And they're always selling their fans dream never intending to make good on it or else incompetent not competent enough to make good on it. What team does that sound like. Major market always terrible just needs a superstar to sell tickets and be relevant never plans on winning a championship because the owner as far as these things go and your measure wins and losses. A championships is a loser. Who who could this be. I know roj the new york knicks. It's a new day. No the knicks aren't falling for the okeydoke. Doke this time. Yeah right russell watches. I'll pitch to the knicks right now. Now westbrook sold forty one million a year and he's on the wrong side of thirty and in spite of being on a lot of great teams. He's never won a championship. Love watching westbrook by the way here pitcher to the knicks. Right now guys. You thought you were going to sign kevin durant you wind up signing julius randle. You thought it was going to be a new day. And you're gonna get all these draft picks. Stop the draft so far every year. Oh we're going to have all this cap space. No one wants your money. No one wants to play for dolan. You've taken one of the glamour franchises in the nba. When i was a little kid they just come out of this era. Where clyde frazier in them won two championships. And you've you've run it into the ground. It's a laughing stock. But i got a guy for you. Who plays with the heart. That new yorkers love who plays all out. He's like mike tyson and basketball shorts ding. Ding round one from tip. This dude is going added. One hundred percent of the time always giving effort. You will absolutely make the playoffs and he will electrify madison square garden. See raj right. There mix executives right now are listening to that. And he has a point to trust me. No not these next there to disciplined. Yeah really dole is not going to be like really. Do we have a better plan russell. Westbrook could even fool yourself into thinking that russell westbrook actually does get you close to a championship. Like how many guys do you need with him. he harden. We're obviously not the best fit. Paul george is an excellent player. But he's come up small in the playoffs and actually when westbrook and durant were playing together. They may have underachieve and they came very close to making another finals. They lost in game. Seven to the warriors you know only because west can durant played small when they needed the most did not win the whole thing or at least get to the finals. Now you could. You could talk the nixon to this. No question about it. Knicks fans eighty eight say. Espn you want russell westbrook. Of course they do. James harden meantime whatever. You wanna say about dan. Tony and by the way. Daryl morey well. They never got over the hump. Everyone just think about this logically for a second. James harden was never on a team that should have been contending championship. Ever in houston. What with crispell. And it looked like the remains of chris paul at the time he was heard a lot and click cappella and these guys come on a championship squad and yet james harden was playing a game seven at houston. This is not pre kevin. Durant this is not an injured durant in clay. This is a fully healthy death lineup. Except instead of harrison. Barnes it was kevin durant number. Seventy three wind up steph clay harrison barnes and draymond take harrison. Barnes output kevin durant in steph. Clay igwe dolla k. d. and draymond green. That team should have never been on the road for a game seven. But they were. Because a daryl morey. Mike d'antoni coached houston team starring james harden and a cast of supporting characters cassini three was earn a lot had a had home court for dame seven against those warriors and by the way they should one c three got hurt. He couldn't play in game seven. They went at one point. One or go for twenty seven. I forgot what he's finished two or three of thirty something from three. It was the worst literally the worst night of shooting. I've ever seen from three in my life ever on the nba level. And yet they still only lost by single digits. So wait you mean to tell me. James harden lose by single digits to the k. d. steph klay dray guatemala warriors when he and his team had the. We're shooting night ever. Why is that is it. Some mysterious formula. No daryl. morey said. We're gonna play the most efficient brand of basketball ever seen. We don't care if it's prettier not we're going to get results and d'antoni stuck to it all but with no mid range. There wasn't enough versatility in the offense nonsense. The only reason they got close with vastly inferior team is because of that system. That's gone now. You think harden doesn't know it you think hardened doesn't know they're never going to with that again right now given the team as is where is hardened. Go the league. Great doctor jerry buss. The greatest owner by far in the history of american team sports toll kobe bryant when he wanted out. Coby your five carat diamond. I can't get equal value for your not breaking you down into five one carat diamonds kendrick perkins got mad at me. When i brought that up earlier today on. I take because he was like. Hey it's not the same thing and it's not a good analogy. It is a very good analogy. Dr bus wasn't telling kobe you can't leave because you played for the lakers. Your whole career he him. You can't leave because i can't get value for you. So what do you do about james harden. If you're the rockets where does he go. If ben simmons is available that's a destination because that's another five carry at least four and a half carat diamond. But i'm not trying to hear. Dinwiddie and carousel avert like those are nice players. Especially vert they franchise cornerstones. That's what you need for james harden. My guess is if he's on the move he's headed fulfilling unless the wanna put them with steph and clay thinking that that second overall pick can entice the rockets. That was straight talk. Wireless everything for less only at walmart. Bobby marks there already five minutes. Why don't you tell me bobby marks. Espn front office. Insider joins us on the shell. Pennzoil performance line you there. I like that. James harden and now ruth your full one hundred percent. How you broke that down right right. See bobby marks smart man bobby. Let me ask you something. What teams can treat for westbrook as a huge contract. Yeah i mean. I think you're looking at probably teams. That are rebuilding right. If you think you're a team like charlotte or detroit and that is your main marquee free agent that you can't get this off season and you slide them in with you know potentially cap space or sending out expiring contract. I think those are your teams. You're looking at. I think if you're new york and then the question i wrote up yesterday was if s j f Russell westbrook was a free agent. Would you pay three years hundred thirty two million dollars for right now knowing you know everything is his body has gone through. And i'm not sure. I don't think i would max so i think those are your teams. You know charlotte to the world is maybe orlando Troy it's hard for me to think the clippers Can get the money to work in your basic sense. Four or five players out saying that the lakers is just he makes so money you know. He's at forty one million. You gotta basically send about thirty three million dollars out so His market is I thought he was hard to trade a year ago. I was surprised at houston You know get that and had to give up so much to do it. i think it's certainly more diminished. probably This year well. The thing is he's still really good like sometimes. I think we had a tendency to look at what's next. And what a guy makes the ascending or descending and then overlook the fact that a guy's really good but his skill set is redundant with with guys like the freak. You know like he's the guy who collapses that he has to be. The primary ball handler collapsed the defense but he can't shoot and there are enough like there's some teams were really looking for that second star but they need that second star to be able to shoot. That's not westbrook. That's why bobby. When i survey the landscape i don't care. Oh there's a new sheriff in town in new york and all this stuff. The knicks dolan's going to be sitting there going. Wait a minute. I could sell tickets at the garden will be respectable. New yorkers will appreciate his style of play. I'm like what the knicks have on the books. Right now i look at a team like the knicks and think know doling. We'll find this resistible. Yeah i mean and and they would still have room and and twenty one to go out and get another guy i mean. I think you're basically russell would equal all those players on these non guaranteed contract with taj gibson the l. for peyton. The wayne ellington You know Reggie books of the of the world. I mean you could basically just slide in. It's just a matter of what you wanna give up. And you know they are certainly with asset. The dallas picks the clippers stick. I certainly not their own pick here and some of the younger players. So yeah if that makes sense to you and you've got a you know a comfortable of and you're right you're right. We always look at the contract of a player And he is still a heck of a player but if it is all matter where does he fit the best here and certainly have centerstage in In new york. What about james harden. I'm looking at hard. And if he wants out as well i would think it would be very difficult to get equal value for him. Although the warriors have the second overall pick right and they have some. I don't know if people think wiggins has value or not because he also makes a lot of money in his underachieved in his career always play better defense recently But stephen brought up on on. I ache a ben. Simmons and i think about simmons coming off a big injury. But you know he's a great defender. He creates more. Open looks for teammates than anyone in basketball. Really the only thing he doesn't do his shoot. He doesn't shoot it all but he does everything else at a totally elite level. He's young ascending. He's never really had his own team. There's no unclog in the middle in in houston if westbrook and harden or god. What's the likelihood especially with maurice presence in philly of a swap taking place. Yeah mean i think with harding and You know you're ranking best contracts or you know for best value He would be right up there because usually these these type of players he's franchise level players. You're usually moving on their on an expiring when they're in their last year we saw was cli- with with add But with james you've got him for three years here not as a tremendous amount of value. And i think you mentioned golden state You know they do have the number two pick. They also have that minnesota pick in two thousand twenty one which is probably more valuable than this year. You're picking this year's draft Wiggins you can certainly make the money work. If that's what golden state at a houston is looking at doing then. Yeah i mean with philly. See i don't like the golden state houston thing for either team. I don't think you need hard and holding the ball. The thing about stuff that makes them so excellent really to guard who has great handle so he can play the one. He's too short to to defend the too but the ball doesn't stick with him so you have a bunch of the balls over who needs hard messing up because i recall harden on. Okay see like they couldn't play together because it made the whole team less efficient. But i think of hardened on philadelphia with them bead and i think that is very very tough. Yeah my only concern with with philly with um you know. If i was houston is i want. I probably wanna see ban on the court healthy. You know this short and You know we're getting going. You know i would feel maybe when we get to if we had started in mid mid january here. i'm not sure he'll be ready to go When we get going around christmas time just because that injury was in august the i would probably want. I wanna see where he is certainly from a health standpoint but yeah i mean philly's got with simmons the titles only defender if you're looking you're never as you said you're never going to get the true value back but you and your swap basically swapping a franchise player for an all. Nba player. i in that doesn't that doesn't happen. Often hear yup bobby marks ladies and gentlemen really appreciate it. Bobby check him out. Espn's very own. Of course let me let me say. Let me tell you something. The knicks can say whatever they want. they can't draft. They can identify talent. They can't develop once they do draft. They can't get anyone to take their money. The owners terrible. No one wants to play for dolan. And if you have a chance like where's westbrook heading westbrook's heading to a place could never get a guy like westbrook if it wasn't if he wasn't a distressed asset right who could never get a guy like that in a league guy. Whatever you wanna say about westbrook whether he's top ten or top fifteen. He's an elite player. He's not a five star players. Not an mvp caliber player. He's he's not a four star player. These better than that westbrook makes poor decisions with the ball. People say whatever westbrook shoots better than like ben simmons. At least he shoots the ball and he's had years we've shot about thirty four percent. Thirty five percent from three westbrook is a great player. And he's still if he's not in his prime is close to it and so so normally. It's a team. Like like indiana or a mill not milic milwaukee now with frequent that kind of sized market. That's not in a warm weather city. That's not in a tax free state right. Nba players. Don't wanna go would make a move. Yeah we'll take that bag contract because we have an attraction. Now we have high end talent now but because of the disgusting mismanagement of the new york knicks dolan by james dolan who inherited his team and his business from his daddy who was born on third base and thought he hit a triple and who can't get out of his or new york's way because of dolan know what the knicks or ale laughing stock. No one cares about them anymore. The brooklyn nets are clearly and by far. The glamour team in new york and the knicks are clearly and by four the clown team york. They're a clown show and dolan's aware of this you thick so you can't draft you can't develop and you can't get someone to take your money but you ain't indiana you're not only a big market. You're the biggest market earth. The most important single market on earth is new york. The stock exchange broadway wall street right like any way by the way the entertainment business other than l. a. is is located in new york. It's the biggest populace most productive biggest economic engine on earth on earth. and yet. you can't get a basketball player to take your money there. Madison square garden. It's true it's the most famous arena in the world is madison square garden. Can't get a basketball player to take your money. That's where guys like westbrook in this point in their career wind up it should be a place like i'm using indiana as an example. But that's how they can acquire in town because they ain't going to get a free agent and the knicks are so bad at unlucky in the draft and batted identifying talent and bad at developing it and bad at keeping like porzingas i to get away from you. Clowns that westbrook makes sense to them for them. They know ain't gonna win the championship. But that's not the point anymore. The point is just to fool you suckers knicks fans which i used to be into patronizing that sorry pathetic product again. And i'm here to tell you. Yeah westbrook will be exciting. You don't have to patronize the knicks anymore. You don't have to for years. They were the only show in town. They're not anymore they ran unopposed. That's why they were. New york's team usually a heritage team and a clown team the yankees and the mets heritage clown giants jets herridge clown. Although right now the giants that was the knicks. They were both both the heritage team. The wool frazier to championship proud. Patrick ewing teams and the clown team since datsuns. Jim dolan really took over the show from his father. Who is not a great owner. But he wasn't a laughing stock. Either gyms laughing stock a laughingstock pathetic laughing stock. And i'm here. To tell new yorkers you have choice now remember all those years next. Can't hurt you anymore. The the nets were in jersey. They're not anymore there in the nba. There in brooklyn they have kevin durant and kyrie irving and they might mess. Around and get james knows max kellerman show podcast the max kellerman show on espn radio. Espn plus the espn app and siriusxm channel eighty and under smart speaker. Mind playing tricks on me. Is that the original. Or is that the lou is. Is that the loop mine planter. that'd be my victory music. Remember that rajon the maximum maximum ourselves whenever i won the trivia game. It's like i'm a movie star ours. Everybody knows me. It's like a movie so let me tell you something. I started to flip stuff over in the studio that music started to come on. Yeah mind playing tricks on me. Not love about one. But that's all my brothers. Samuel brings up bushwick. Bill used to say he stood about remember. He having a nightmare and he thinks he's being followed by duty. Said he stood about six or seven sleep six or seven feet now that will do the clean version. That's the creep into my sleep with as a small person. I don't know what the the politically correct terminology or the ineffective. Now i now little small person right look up to be sure right. But many term at any rate it occurred like big difference between a guy who's six or seven feet not to him that not the right. That's the way he stood like you're right if you pumped pumped into sixty you'd be like okay. That's like a regular seven damage a giant but bushwick. Bill's like i don't know man. He looks really six or seven feet. Deep max kellerman show presented by progressive. Insurance shell pennzoil. Synthetic motor oils are made from natural gas gives you unbeatable engine protection. The proof is in the pennzoil based on sequence for a where test using s e five w thirty. Lamar jackson believes opposing defenses. Know what what the ravens are calling. He believes that the high scoring ravens. Offense has gotten too predictable. They're calling plays stuff like that till the rich eisen show. They know what we're doing sometime stuff won't go our way if they're beating us to the punch when hear him say it instead of me. Listen here's lamar jackson. Should've just let lamar. Has lamar said. I quoted him but he says it with flavor bar had some guys just have that personality like lamar jackson. You can see that. His teammates like him. You can see by the way. He's not an excuse maker if he's saying something like this. I'll bet you it's true. He's lamar jackson. Lamar jackson stand up and be accountable. A few screws up. he's got real leadership qualities. It seems to me. So if he says that i i would tend to believe it. Offense too predictable then again. Lamar started out his career. As as warren sharp of sharp analytics pointed out as the most accurate twenty one year old passer in nfl history. More than peyton manning or anyone. That doesn't mean that the trajectory is going to take him to the place where he's the most accurate passer in nfl history but it means he started out as much more accurate passer than people realized. But if the offense is predictable partly that's because hoban sneeze little dusty in the studio roj little dusty and cold as you can see. I have a jacket on it. Loose code you got what's called tobacco they use for. Insulation was dangerous. Yes you got in the background on. When i saw rat run across the top board right there no rat. Don't be ridiculous. They're happy ever see a barn spider. Looks like a tarantula. I had to kill one in the middle of the segment on. I take the other day walking. Spiders don't scare. Some people have arachnophobia. They don't bother me. But i saw a big one. I was like. I waited for the camera to cut the steven. It took a shoe. And how'd you clean it up. That's one big ones. Clean it up. It's right overseas can look see it. Let me tell you something when an animal is that big a pest. Is that big that you kill the reason. It's kinda gross is not because like oh my god. Spiders are so disgusting. It's like it's like there's a moral question like something that big. I dunno supposed to kill that. I think he was holding a cup of coffee when he came in with one big dude. He had a cigarette. I'm just having a morning. Smoke could see it from here. Could i mean part of the reason little mo back point part of the reason. Lamar jackson or the offense may be a little predictable is he has not progressed. Like there's a tipping point with young quarterbacks and their accuracy down the field and lamar. Jackson is the accurate enough to be a great quarterback. Yes he is but if you're talking about top half or bottom half accuracy. I wouldn't put them in the top half. Certainly not in the top third. He's not that kind of quarterback yet. And i don't know if they'll ever be we'll see but the offense gets a little predictable if you can't be consistently accurate you seen guys who can throw a deep ball and thread the needle while they do it right but can you do that consistently. That's when we accuracy. That's what we mean. Drew brees doesn't have a rifle for an arm. But damn that dude puts that thing. I mean on dude steps told you. I saw that amazing viral actually ever went viral. But i saw it online. If you look it up drew brees sport. Science things drew brees versus an olympic archer. Couple years ago in olympic archer. And you would think you'd have more accuracy with a bow and arrow right. Because like i don't know like it's going at a higher velocity and it's a smaller object pointy object. You'd think you'd drew brees the same distance. Beat the hell out of the olympic hitting target. I want to say drew brees seven bull's eyes and the and the archer had three. It wasn't close. He's but from the same distance more accurate than olympic archer. Then lamar jackson so the the guy like to To give me an accurate where he was accurate college. You can see. He's going to be accurate. Baker mayfield looked accurate in college. Because lincoln riley is scheming guys open so his percentages are good. But he's not a thread the needle. Oh my god. Did you see that quarterback baker mayfield but to as a chance to be that as a pro. That's not lamar. So it's again. The offense will start to get predictable after a while because it limits what a coach can do with a guy ritchie and flushing. You're on the max kellerman show. Espn radio richie. Or about the atom. Max hey cattleman well come in new york. Are you come on in this. Mix need muscle westbrook. He's the best point to come to new york since claude. Yeah by the what do you mean. What kind of new york are you. What is that supposed to mean keeping it ninety. I don't keep it one. You gotta give yourself some wiggle room. But i'm keeping it ninety. What are you keeping right now. Yes he's the best point yard initialled head man. He's the best point guard. The knicks will have had. Since clyde. are you gonna win a championship with rich here. You're gonna win a championship with russell westbrook. We may not change and shift with whom but he will be a nice stone or something much later which is better than what we have. You're never gonna have anything greater you. And i actually agree about this. Westbrook should be a nick. Because you're never going to have anything greater as a knick fan never not as long as dolan owns the team it will never get better than russell westbrook and the second round of the playoffs. That is by far. It's more the knicks fans deserve for sticking with that garbage team. And you probably ain't even gonna get that. Let's be honest. Yeah westbrook would deliver the knicks to the playoffs make the knicks relevant electrify fun to watch and maybe get you to the second round. It's not a steppingstone to a championship. But that much is true. And if you're going yet that's more than we have now. We're probably not right. That's the best deal you're ever going to have with dolan as the owner you might as well take it. Where would westbrook fit ex. Max is next max kellerman. Show the podcast max kellerman. Spn radio espn plus espn app. Siriusxm channel eighty and on your smart speaker. Who's the who everyone on the miami. All the running backs are banged up. Who's their third string back. He's to get all the carries. I can't hear much jordan. Howard is the guy jordan jordan jordan. Howard dirt cheap on draft kings. Right now i check it out this morning. I tell you. I think good i think i might have to flex jordan howard tigers off to a good start. By the way is tiger the goat going to get into that later. You can reach me. Eighty eight say. Espn seven to nine three seven seven. Six for snacks max. Kellerman show presented by progressive insurance business protection just got easier with more than thirty coverage options available progressive. Has you covered more at progressivecommercial dot com. All right here. We go sammy in missouri sammy I just wanted to say how disappointed. I am with the westbrook especially james harden. It's like this champion. Cipro thing you guys just messing up the game like james should stay in. Houston i know that he can do something i mean. It's better than just leaving. Teaming up. I mean like a person iverson. He's a legend in philadelphia. He never wanted championship. And it's just like really what what what is russell westbrook going to do. He's not gonna win a championship. Nowhere else. I mean somehow magically ended up on the lakers of the warriors but that's a- that's partly a commentary on how good they are like the reason we value championships is because only the best players win them as the primary scoring options. Right at were ball handlers and only the best players who can perform in crunch time actually win them. Paul george how many championships because he has not been big in the playoffs. Strew right got to perform under pressure. You gotta be elite. So here's the issue with james harden. He took under talented teams way deeper into the playoffs and threatened the warriors great and far greater than he should have. But that's not just harden. That's that's maureen dan d'antoni using a system that allows a guy like hardened to be that successful. If you have hard hard on the warriors. I think that messes it up. I don't think you want hard on the warriors you where does hard work. Does he work on the celtics. Hard can only play a very specific style of basketball at a high level very effective style but there are better players than him right so even teaming up with hard and you need to do that like he needs to have role players whose talents are pitched extremely. You gotta get that formula. Just bright teddy and st louis. You're on the max kellerman. Show all right max. Three eighteen trade are illegal. Harding celtics campbell in Hayward to the spurs Derive not to rose and lamarcus aldridge to the celtics. Wait to the celtics. Does houston get anybody. Everyone just celtics gets everybody celtics. Get everybody according to this. Here's the trade. James harden to the celtics then lamarcus aldridge to the celtics and then the spurs and the celtics draft. What do you think you gotta other teams got to know. The value of lamarcus aldridge kemba walker is the centerpiece in a trade. Or gordon. hayward does not equal james harden news from max keller a nation teddy. Just hit us up on the dr pepper call in line. Premo primoz on the line. All right freeman max. Yes it's it's a shame that the world missing out on all the entertainment they could get if women primo stop right there. We got like twenty seconds left. Hold primo. I'm going to get to him in the next hour. I can't just give premo ten seconds. The thing is he goes on for twelve minutes. Can anyone play with harden in a way that results in a championship. Max kellerman show. Espn radio max podcast.

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