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Round Springfield  #MaxFunDrive Final Week

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons

03:52 min | Last week

Round Springfield #MaxFunDrive Final Week

"Hi I'm Ali Gertz and Julia Prescott. So guys as you know, we are a podcast that comes out every other week, but we want to entertain you by reminding you about the Max Fund drive you guys have certainly heard about it by now, but we just want to remind you that this is a really awesome time of year where week at the community together to have listeners like you give hosts like us and all your favorite hosts support in making these shows that we work so hard on and we have such an amazing. With you guys and are so excited to come up with really cool bonus content all the amazing gifts that we have the Anambra. Pin this year is unreal my God I'm so excited. I L yeah. You should tell them about the pen they probably heard about it but let them know the pin is based on Ion Springfield. It is so cool looking it looks so I mean. All of these enamel pins, I think a sign of a good enamel pin is if it looks like a band that you know like they've never heard of and aren't possibly cool enough to hear of that sort of like the you know the stank on all of the podcast enamel pins and I've been so be on the moon happy with all of the Enamel designs that we've had. Four Max drives over the years. This year is so great and you can get that at the ten dollar level. When you contribute to the Max Fund drive, you can go to maximum fun dot org slash join. Of course there are so many other gifts that you can get for different levels and whatever you're comfortable with and contributing, but there's just so many good things on there. So go to that website, check it out support US support other shows be the best you can be what else can I tell you? Well. One thing we could say is that you know we definitely understand that it is an unusual time to be having the Max fund drive and everyone at Max von understands that and we totally get it if you're not able to support us this year however, if you can support us this year, it means so much to us is going to help us make our show during trying times. So thank you so much. If you are able to support, it really means the world to us. We love our listeners and we wouldn't do without you guys, and if we get enough support from everyone listening. We are going to be extending our limited series. So we hope that happens but we will see that it's up to you guys. Definitely. Feels like we're asking people to clap. So tinkerbell can. But it but in a good way and yeah, you know this is I've always loved interacting with Max van listeners anytime of year but I feel like especially during Max Fund drive, we really get to have that connection we to have that connection with you guys listeners with the other Max Fund shows and it just definitely feels like a community. So. Make sure you're GONNA maximum fun dot org slash join, and if you're still a little hazy on on what the delays, they really great explanations that are just simple of like here's what's to expect. Here's what you need to do and the drive it's important to remember end Friday August seventh. So Mark Your calendars run don't walk sprint down that Internet superhighway Make sure you you check out the next fund drive yeah. Because you guys could as you could contribute any time throughout the year. But if you guys want to get a gift and and as we said, there's Darlie cool gifts this year. Then make sure you do that by August seventh and the way to do that. Of course, sing it with me maximum fund dot org slash join. That name again is maximum fun. Dot Org slash join and you guys next week smell you later.

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The Disappearance of Laura Henderson MMLF 002

The McCarthy Massacre of 1983

26:27 min | 1 year ago

The Disappearance of Laura Henderson MMLF 002

"Yeah. From the wilderness of Kodiak island, Alaska this murder mystery in the last frontier, with your host, Robin bear field in a land full of peril and vicious animals. Humans are the most dangerous predators of all. Welcome to murder mystery in the last frontier. I'm your host Robin bear field. And I live and work in the middle of the Kodiak, national wildlife refuge on Kodiak island, in Alaska, this episode covers the disappearance of a woman right here on Kodiak island in nineteen eighty six. What happened to Laura Henderson? This is one of the most controversial court cases in the history of the state of Alaska at best. This case is an example of an inept police investigation. A prosecution determined to win at any cost and inadequate defense counsel at worse this case represents a corrupt police force, and perhaps a corrupt judicial system. No one can even prove a crime occurred, because a body was never found yet to men have been sentenced to serve ninety nine years in prison for the murder of Laura Henderson. It is unlikely lower is alive since none of her friends or family, including her two daughters have heard from her since March twenty eighth nineteen eighty six. But what happened to her is still very much in question. Let me tell you the facts. And then you decide if this crime happened the way, the prosecutors claimed it did this case involves many individuals with conflicting stories and testimony that changed over time. I will do my best to keep the various players and their story straight for you. Laura Henderson disappeared on March twenty eighth nineteen eighty six and this is one of the few certainties in this case, Laura Henderson had recently, divorced, Jack, I Bach. Her husband of seven years, and the two were engaged in a contentious custody battle over their two daughters. They currently shared custody of their children, but Laura was seeking sole custody. So she and her daughters could move to Oregon. Be closer to family, Laura and her daughters lived in an apartment in Kodiak, and Laura worked at the women's resource crisis center, attorney Matthew Jamison represented Laura, in her divorce proceedings on March twenty eighth nineteen eighty six Laura Henderson received a call at the women's resource crisis center, she later told her attorney that she did not recognize the caller's voice, but the man told her he had a tape, which would incriminate her ex husband Jack I Bach in some. Mhm way. And the caller claimed the tape would help her win the custody battle for a two children. The man and Laura agreed to meet at nine pm near the king crab. Cantering Kodiak, and he promised to give her the tape at the meeting at three o'clock on the afternoon. Laura disappeared. Donald McDonald who goes by the name of MAC stopped by the crisis center to talk to hinder Sohn, according to MAC, he and Laura were friends, and had dated a few times, he claims he stopped by the center to invite Laura to a dance. He was co hosting to raise money for Kodiak hope house. A drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility were MAC, resided, Laura, politely declined, his invitation, but asked him if he would find her some cocaine again, according to Mack, he had been clean, and sober for several months and had no intention of scoring drugs for Laura, but he promised to try to get into the drugs for her only because. Because he wanted an excuse to see her. Again. Laura told MAC, she would be on shell cough street to meet someone around nine pm. And if he had drugs, she would meet him there, Matt claimed he and Laura had been friends for quite a while, the police, however, stated, MAC, Laura, were not acquainted and instead, they believed MAC was the mysterious stranger who toll, Laura. He had a tape incriminating her ex husband friends testified at trial that MAC and Laura knew each other. So Matt could not be the mysterious man to whom Laura had referred lowers coworkers testified. Laura told them MAC offered her information, she could use against eyeball, and they said, MAC toll, Laura. He would meet her at nine pm to give her the incriminating tape. So let me recap MAC and his friends claim MAC, Laura knew each other, so MAC. Not be the mysterious stranger the police and Loris co workers though, testified. Mac and Laura did not know each other, and MAC was the stranger who told Laura. He had incriminating evidence against her ex husband. After her shift at the crisis center, ended, Laura went to her lawyer, Matt James office and told him about the nine PM meeting. She indicated she did not know the man, she would be meeting Jane was concerned about the meeting and hired a private investigator named Albert ruble, to follow lower and watch over her ruble, agree detail, Laura to the meeting, and to watch her from a nearby hidden location at nine pm, Laura drove to the king crab, cannery for her meeting, odd her way to the cannery, she passed ruble, who was sitting in his car as soon as Laura past him ruble, claims, he started his car and followed her as he near the Kanner. He saw Henderson's car parked behind a white van, and as he drove past the van, he saw Laura inside the van talking to someone at this point Rupel change distort several times, but he, I stated he drove past the van and was out of sight of the van for less. Than a minute. But during that crucial minute the van disappeared Bruegel said he searched the area and then reported Henderson's disappearance along with description of the van and the license plate number to the police, then according to ruble, he Jamison and hitter. Since parents searched for the van several hours later, hint, Laura, Henderson stepfather spotted van matching rubles description parked at the rehab center where MAC with staying max version of the events of that night, or slightly different than rubles. He says he ate dinner at his dorm. And then went to McDonald's restaurant for dessert with Gladys Baldwin, the house, mother of his rehab, dorm, and his friend, Jim kirwin, who was homeless, and living in max van at the time not long after they left. Mcdonalds, Matt drop Gladys back at the dorm. And then he and Kerr when drove around town for a while they met Laura on shell cov street, and she got into. Max van she asked MAC, if he had been able to score her some cocaine and soon after she learned he did not have the drugs, she exited his van. He says she was in the van no longer than five minutes, Maxine back into his dorm between nine fifty and ten pm at we know this timeframe is certain because several other people signed in after him at ten pm, the house manager, then locked the house, so no one could leave during the night. And one of the other residents testified he watched a movie with MAC until one AM the following morning. So we know MAC was back in his dorm, before ten pm, where he spent the night as you will see later this time line is important. In understanding this case. Mack was arrested the following day and his van was impounded. James kirwin max friend, who was living in max van was also arrested. Police found three knives imacs possession and two firearms and his van according to court documents, the ban was dirty and wet, but police photos show, a neatly organized van one of the vans cargo windows was cracked and police testified it had been broken from the inside shortly before the van was seized the previous owner of the van though testified the window was already broken when he sold the Vanak the place search of the van yielded little evidence. They found no blood or tissue residue in the van, and although they found fingerprints in the van belonging to fifty nine people, none of the prince belonged. Laura Henderson, or her ex husband, Jack I Bach police also compared soil samples from under the frame of the van and from the tire grooves, too. A place where they allege MAC dumped Laura's body, but the soil samples, did not match police did find the back from an earring in the van, and an instamatic camera when they develop the film in the camera, they found photos of MAC and Kerr went outside a cabin a soon located the cabin at the end of Menasheh bay road of forty minute drive from Kodiak the police postulated that Jack Ibaka hired MAC to murder, Laura MAC, then met, Laura, at nine pm on March twenty eighth nineteen eighty six got her into his ban killed her drove to Manashe Kobe near the cabin. He had photographed and he encouraged when tossed her body off cliff as I will explain shortly. There are several problems with this theory. A witness said at nine thirty five pm on March twenty eighth. She saw and matching the description of max van leaving residents near where MAC lived, according to the witness the driver pulled out of the driveway and front of her, and swerved all over the road. Another witness reported that between nine forty five and ten pm. He saw white van near the end of the Manashe bay road. Police learn that Jim kirwin Jack I Bach knew each other, and reportedly had met several times in the month preceding. Laura's disappearance, according to other witnesses Jack I Bach made several statements, claiming he wished his ex wife would disappear. One friend stated Jack told her he wanted to kill Laura and he said he planned to pay a man to do the job. The hitman Ibaka, described to his friend. Bet the general description of Jin, Jim kirwin. Police arrested Jack I Bach and he MAC. And Jim kirwin were all charged with kidnapping and murder of Laura Henderson. In the months leading up to the trial, several items of clothing matching, what Laura reportedly had been wearing when she disappeared washed up in the surf at Menasheh bay below the cliff where police say MAC and kirwin stood as they toss. Laura's body into the ocean the clothing look suspiciously undamaged as if it had not been in the ocean. For several months, a purse also washed up, and while the purse did belong to Laura, it was one, she hadn't carried in years and had long since given to her daughters to play with inside the purse police van Laura's expired, driver's license from Oregon instead of recurrent, Alaska driver's license, even more curious was a shoe found in the surf Laura's, mother told police Laura had been wearing size nine pink shoes on the night. She disappeared. Her mother also said, Laura recently had undergone surgery on her foot to remove a planters, wort and was still wearing the band aid on the foot. Put the shoe found in the ocean was a left shoe. And sure enough, there was a band-aid in it after all the legal proceedings were over though, trial records included. A report from Laura's podiatrist indicating Laura surgery had been on her right foot. Not on her left foot in any case. It was called the night, Lord disappeared. And she must have been wearing socks. So how did abandoned end up in her shoe, instead of inner sock in August nineteen eighty six two months before the trial was to begin Kodiak police department corporal, Michael Andre saw an advertisement for psychic and a police magazine and decided to contact the psychic about the case, the psychic told Andre to search max van again. And even though max van already had been thoroughly searched Andre sent Kodiak. Police department corporal berry Paris alone to inspect the van after the original search max van. The van had been moved to an unsecured wrecking yard. And this is where Paris reportedly looked through the driver's side window and saw something glistening near the gas pedal Paris, then instructed to of his subordinates to take a closer look at the van and on the floor implant site. They discovered a porcelain earring with a purple flower painted on it. Just like the Iranians Laura Henderson had last been seen wearing the police deduce the during struggle, Laura's earring had been knocked from her ear and had traveled down the front window defrost or slot. They then speculated that when they towed, the van to the wrecking yard, the jarring motion caused the earring to fall through the heater defrost or system to the floor max lawyer, nor anyone else ever tried prove or disprove this theory, but it has since been determined if the earring had followed the path the police suggested, it would have ended up on the floor of the heat or housing deliver. Dery system and not on the floor of the van the first trial for MAC. Jack I Bach and James kirwin began on October twenty seventh nineteen eighty six in Anchorage. Alaska, I think it is relevant to the outcome of this case that the men were tried in Anchorage and nod in Kodiak, because most Kodiak residents would have realized there was a problem with the prosecution's time line. In the case each defendant, had his own lawyer, and while they were tried together their guilt, or innocence was to be determined separately by the jury Jim kirwin was acquitted of all charges while Jack I Bach received a hung jury on both charges. The jury was also deadlocked on the charge of murder for MAC. The fountain him guilty of kidnapping Laura Henderson, Jack I Bach and MAC were tried again in Anchorage in mid April. Nineteen eighty-seven both MAC and Jack had inept attorneys. Especially at their second trial, max attorney promised to let him testify and said she would call Jim kirwin as an alibi witness for him. But something happened at the last minute, and she rested, her case without calling any witnesses or allowing MAC detested by she reportedly still will not answer questions regarding this case. Both Jack ibex and MAC were found guilty of the murder of Laura Henderson, and they were both sentenced to ninety nine years in prison. Much has been written about this case in the more than thirty years since Donald MacDonald, Jack, I Bach were sentenced. And fortunately, if some of this evidence had come to light before their trials they might never have been convicted of kidnapping and murdering Laura Henderson MAC appealed, his conviction. But the appellate court found against him on every issue, many of the appeal issues dealt with hearsay evidence. The judge allowed by classifying it as under the excited utterance. Rule. I don't have the legal expertise to discuss these issues. But I will point out a few glaring inconsistencies with the evidence as well as the changing testimony of some key witnesses, and the questionable conduct of the Kodiak depletes department as I mentioned earlier this case was tried in Anchorage. And I think this venue, hurt the defendants because jurors not familiar with Kodiak island roses, stem missed, one of the biggest problems, the prosecution had with their case, the time line with perfect road conditions in good vehicle. It takes a proximity one hour and fifteen minutes to drive round trip from where Laura was last seen, and Kodiak to the end of the road Manashe Kobe, where police and prosecutors claim MAC toss. Laura's body off the cliff the speed limit on the road was fifty five miles per hour at the time of Laura's disappearance MAC had an old van and because the drive shaft was wired to the transmit. Shen. It would not go faster than thirty five miles per hour. Furthermore, according to one Kodiak police officer, the roads were very icy the night, Laura disappeared, and it was nearly impossible to drive more than five miles per hour, yet the prosecution put one witness on the stand who testified she saw van matching the description of max van in Kodiak at nine thirty five and another witness who claimed he saw the white Dan on the road near Manashe Kobe ten to twenty minutes later. It is impossible. Matt could have covered the distance from Kodiak to Manashe bay in such a short amount of time in his ban on those roads. Furthermore, Laura was last seen alive at nine pm, a maximum back into his dorm by ten pm at the latest. How could he have murdered Laura driven all the way to Menasheh bay drug her body to the cliff Tostao into the ocean, and then driven back to town in less than an hour? It's an impossible theory, al-roub will the private investigator, who supposedly follow Laura at night claimed. He last saw her at nine pm. He then went to tell Matt Damon Laura's attorney, he lost track of her Jae, men and ruble. Then admit they saw Jack ibox sitting in a bar between nine thirty and ten pm. So I back also did not have time to drive to Manashe Kobe to dispose of Laura's body. The police were convinced MAC and kirwin toss. Laura's body off the cliff Menasheh bay. But in order to throw her off the Menashe. Kobe cliff the two men had to somehow propel the body of a one hundred and fifty pound or sixty eight kilogram woman straight out from the cliff over distance fifty feet or fifteen point two meters declare the rock outcropping. So she will land in the ocean before max. I trial his attorney asked two men to attempt to throw a sack filled with a hundred and fifty pounds off the cliff and they couldn't do it. The sack ended up on the side of the mountain. The attorney tried to enter the demonstration as evidence but the judge ruled it in it missile, the television show inside edition. Televised a segment on this case and traveled to Kodiak to recreate the prosecution's theory of how the body had been tossed off the cliff into the ocean. They proved it was not possible for two men to. One hundred fifty pound body, fifty feet horizontally before it began to plummet into the ocean after Jim Kerr was acquitted in his first trial. The prosecution suggested MAC through the by op cliff by himself, which is even more impossible. I mentioned earlier, how close similar to those worn by lower the night, she disappeared conveniently washed up in the surf near Manashe obey months, later Manashe bay like most areas of Kodiak island gets pounded by surf and storm surges not to mention the motion of large tidal fluctuations in the area. It is highly unlikely, the clothes would have stayed in one place for such a long time. The clothes recovered from the surfer not faded when they were found and one police officer admitted they did not look, as, if they had been in the ocean long, the pink shoe with the band aid in it also makes no sense since the band was in the wrong shoe, and what happened to lower socks. Also, why would Laura have been carrying an old purse with an expired, driver's license, instead of the per, she usually carried why were none of these questions asked at trial? Laura Henderson, was, obviously not killed, and max van there was no blood or tissue van in the van. But police claimed violent struggle took place in the van, and they suggested Laura struggled so hard, she kicked a cargo window in the van and cracked it the previous owner of the van testified the window was already cracked, when he sold the van to MAC in the forensics expert who processed the van stated, he saw no evidence a crime taking place in the van. I think it's interesting Jim Kerr win stated repeatedly. He was with MAC the entire evening, March twenty eighth nineteen eighty six but kirwin was found not guilty of all charges. Why was kirwin not called by max attorney to testify, Amax whereabouts? And the events of the night question, the first thorough search max van provided no evidence but nine days before the first trial was to begin a psychic suggested police searched the van again so after receiving. Psychics advice Kodiak police department corporal Paris, when alone to inspect the unsecured van at BRUCE'S wrecking yard Paris, claimed he looked in the window and saw something glistening near the gas pedal. So he sent two detectives to search the van again, and they found the critical evidence of an earring similar in appearance to the earrings Lawrence was wearing the night. She disappeared the search the van was conducted outside the presence of BRUCE'S wrecking yard employee. A violation of the contract between BRUCE'S wrecking yard the Kodiak police department, but despite the fact, the airing was found in unsecured van the judge had no qualms about allowing the earring to be entered into evidence at trial. When police I interviewed Loris co workers, only one claim to know Laura was planning to meet a mysterious man on the evening of March. Twenty eighth nineteen eighty six but she said, Laura did not know who the man was and did not recognize his voice on the phone when he called to set up the meeting when place asked the co workers to come into the station to write their statements though, they put all the co workers in a room together and suddenly Loris colleagues, all recalled that Laura was planning to meet a man named Matt, in a white van the night, she disappeared. Why did their statements change where they fed information? They got max name wrong. And instead of riding the name MAC MAC in their statements. They use the name Matt. M. A. T T A matte. M A, T T was the name of Laura's attorney. So what did those statements mean? Owlry. Ruble, the private investigator tasked with watching over Laura, while she met the mysterious stranger changed his story several times he first told police he sat in his car at an agreed upon spot, and when Laura drove past him, he waited until she got out of her car. And then he drove past her in the white van to find a better vantage spot. He said he lost side of the van for only a minute, but the van with Laura, in it disappeared during the time, it was out of his view. He then changed his story and said, he got out of his car and walked down the street to get a better view in Los side of the van, he then changed story, one more time and said he remained parked in the same spot the entire time. A MAC drove away out of his sight, Laura, disappeared in a quiet section of a small town. L rubel was either a very bad detective a bad liar. Or both numerous. People have suggested our bull, knew much more about Laura's disappearance than he admitted some believe he was the last person to see Laura alive. And they believe he knows what happened to her. It is suspicious that, when ruble, lost track of Lora, he did not attempt to find her. He did not search any of the numerous bars in the area, nor ask anyone, if they had seen Laura he simply reported her disappearance to Mant Jason, and they called the police to report a kidnapping. What happened to Laura Henderson? Sadly, we probably will never know what happened to Laura Henderson. She disappeared over thirty three years ago and her remains still have not been found Laura Henderson was involved in the drug community and Kodiak. And she was a police informant at drug dealer. By the name of Jane James McLaughlin, told several people he killed Laura Henderson because she knew too much about his drug dealings. And he suspected, she was planning to inform on him to the place. The place were aware a McLaughlin's admission, but they chose to ignore it, it is also very possible MAC and James eyeball were involved in Laura's murder, but the facts of this case proved the murder, did not occur. In the manner suggested by the Kodiak police department and the prosecutors. Thank you for listening. And if you enjoyed the podcast, please leave a review at apple podcasts. So other listeners can find me. I've written three Alaska wilderness, novels and my fourth novel will be released soon. Check the show notes. To learn more about my novels. I also ride a newsletter about murder and mystery Alaska, if you'd like to receive my newsletter check Lincoln the show notes to sign up for it. I write one newsletter a month and it will include the links to my podcast for the month. Also, please check the show notes for my social media links. And I invite you to connect with me soon, I hope to have a Facebook page dedicated to my podcast. Thank you again. And I will see you next time with murder, and mystery from the last frontier.

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BRE Datsun 510, The Petersen Gala, and a Tire Gauge

CarCast

43:37 min | 1 year ago

BRE Datsun 510, The Petersen Gala, and a Tire Gauge

"You're listening to Castrol car cast on podcast. One. And now I fought from Geico. Motorcycle. It took fifteen minutes to purchase the gas station exiled. Eight, the gestation exerted. And regret the gas station. Excellent. As you presented numbers to the board. To add insult to injury. You could've used those fifteen eggs, Ellen minutes to switch your motorcycle insurance to gyco. Guide gun fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on motorcycle insurance. Get it on, got to get on a journey Gettleman day, hit it on. Thanks for tuning in. Thanks still friend. Thanks for Sharon car. Cass, find another car buddy and share with them. I think it's a very unique show because we do things that other people don't. Yes, yeah, motivator the Andrea. I mean, Ren sport and all these events, you know the media and Goodwood and stuff who the hell else goes there. They don't do that on NASCAR. Roundup. Right, right. Where's Rutledge wood gone nowhere now in a basket. The couple things we want to cover the five, ten, Beeri, build. I had another idea for a unique build into and also. I have fought edge. So you remember when we did Ren sport and at some point, Sean said. After I got back to the pits, and we're in the pit for while a little while changed or whatever he said, oh, notice your, you lost a window on your driver's side. And I said, oh, yeah, then he said, yeah. And I said, yeah, I kind of remember maybe lap five or six something to my hard left flashing. And then immediately being gone. And at the time when I was driving the car, I had it, I'm a person that thinks a lot about stuff and obsesses a lot about stuff. But when you're racing car, you don't have that much time to kind of really think like, you think when you're driving your streetcar, where you go, what happened with that? You don't a lot of pondering on the past because it's mainly whatever the business in front of you is. You can show the Welsh show you the footage. We'll put it up. Oh, I thought. Put up a car cash show dot com. The angle from the Fender much better angle. And of course it's on the straight at the fastest part of the track because that's when the wind was going the most. You can see the window bowing out. It's funny that it it was literally. I mean, I guess would work this way at your facets, fourth year coming over the hill and the window just blew out and interesting. MS, I'm hauling ass. So or something's wrong with the window. That so now it was funny because they saw that I didn't wasn't sure if he'd get it at the time. Well, I mean, Chris max. Oh, no. Wait a minute. I did this. So I at the time I was thinking, I saw flash and max patta Kaelin or whomever. If you hear me talking of story. On or off the air. Go look for the footage. It may. It makes us. I don't know if I talked about it on this show or on another show or waited for, but it was in my head that window had blown out. Yeah. And that would probably have some footage of it. In my mind, some flashy thing happened to my left, but if you look at where the window is where my head is in the direction, the track is going and the way the helmet kind of impedes on your vision. It be tough to see something that took place next year head essentially. And all I saw was what seemed like a momentary flash of light with something that's registered. My head is debris. Okay. And all I thought was some piece of debris flew up on the track. That's all I thought. And you didn't think it was you? I had a millisecond to process this flash of light. It's the fastest part of the track area, having a break and get into turn and whatever immediately think tire gauge. Because it could be. I gotta tell ya tire gauge story. The tire gauge to that two of it on track. When we go back when you go back around for the next two tire gauge story is all you need to know about life. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. And I don't. I don't mean that in a facetious way and. In a not even using hyperbole. I just mean it if you wanna figure out life, if you wanna live how I live and kind of know things in advance the tire gauge stories. The only story you'll need, which is I think it was the first rich white guy race we there for that. Yeah, that was the one we went to years ago. Laguna Seca used to put on this thing where guys would come out and you bring your cars and you test your cars and sin March. It's cold and whatever, and it's fine and it's good, and there's everything from sort of new cars like there's an acid, Martin v, eight vantage full race trim that actually rolled at the corkscrew. And then there'd be guys vintage cars and it'd be like chip Connors, nine thirty, five or GTO like these guys in their stack or and everything. And I just call it the rich white guy. Race. It's not even a race track day for guys have really expensive cars and then like cars from the Mercedes museum and stuff like three in the world. And oh, yeah, there were some pretty pricey cars there that stuff would would come out and then there's us and me and you and last and fifties to eighty wasn't exactly dialed in and we're going to go try fits. He's car out on that track. And then the story, the tire gauge I wanna thank gyco at geiko dot com Castro titanium strong for maximum engine performance. ZipRecruiter, ZipRecruiter dot com slash car. So. We went out on the track and I got in fifties. Two eighty x one. We sold on bring a trailer couple months back our year ago, and I started driving around the track now. They would just spread out might be you and the billion dollar Mercedes or might be the acid Martin V8. vantage there might be anything out there. Yeah, and turbine car out there. One point. Yeah, the Chiappero. Yeah. And so I did. And one of these days max Pat will examine the game film, but I did a lap or lap or two or Lapper three. And then at some point I came around turn five. Up the hill start head up the hill, not to the courtroom, but just starting to hit up the hill unturned five and noticed a large tire gauge smack dab in the middle of the track. Yeah, the tire gauges that one with the surround gauge with the rubber around of the little hose coming off of it, like it's it's not even little hose was two one with like the fourteen inch hose, right? And I saw it in the middle of the track, and I thought. Who would do that? Yeah. What happened? How did that get there? How did that get there? And then I thought, well, somebody check someone's tire pressure, and then they like set it on the roof of the car something. And then the guy went back out and that's how it ended up on the track or maybe left it inside a big deep, deep, dish ram or something, you know, and it got spun around spit out on the track now. Great. Pick when I say the middle, the track, I mean the middle of the of the track. And so this is all happening is I'm going hundred miles an hour. So my first thought is. Who did this? Yeah. My second thought was we are the only real fuck ups here. Everyone else's like from the Mercedes museum and has their double stack offers. Guys were talking to the guy. He's like, I think this car's worth fifty million, but there's no value on it. Can't sell it right, right. So I thought, how did this get here? And then how did it appear a few laps in second dot worthy only fuck ups here. Yeah, so this must have something to do with us. Third thought it cannot have anything to do with us because I have driven past this corner three times now and it wasn't there. So from a deductive logic, in reason standpoint, it would have to be the guy in the chaperone turbine car, and it was sitting on top of his wing or one of his guys or anybody. Actually anybody but me because I've turned relax and there's not been there and now it's there. Right? So the guy came in after me. Yeah, and that's how it got there. Okay. Could you guys to be? It has to has to be, how could it be any other thing then that I. Had been around and max van. We will fall up figure out how many laps I'd done, but it cannot be anything else. But then I went back to my initial thought. But me and less and to some degree, Matt, we're the only real fuck ups here and this is a world class. Fuck up move. Yeah. So could it be the guy from the Mercedes museum fucking took out thing. It said on top of the car, you start to think if it is uh, house, how did we do this? How did we manage the pull this off three or four laps into it? And I can't wrap my mind around magic trick. It's like how like, okay, we made that they're very good chance. We put that gauge their well how, no, there's a very good chance in a bubble. It's there's a one hundred percent chance. It's us in a bubble, but because I've been around this corner three times and this wasn't there now it's down to zero percent because while we're the biggest, fuck ups here, it's impossible that it'd be around. I went through the corkscrew I did the hairpin. Yeah. How could it be. But then I started thinking on that same corner. Yeah. Yeah, I did a big old tank slapper. I did a move where the car started to get sideways. I pull that back the other way whipped around the other way I corrected in whipped around that way. Yeah, but I still wasn't a nice, good heart fishtail in there. I wasn't thinking you can. You can watch the. For the first. Thousand twenty two thousand twelve. Yeah. The tank slapper is on turn. Five and you show me another. I was another tank slap, right? Yeah, evidently had done more than one where the thing got all. But it was turned five going up the hill mex- Pat turn left if you'd like to know. But I didn't think about that. And then I got back into the pits, and I said, two things may I did a colossal tanks. Lapper turned five and be some idiot. Left his brand new tire gauge right in the middle of turn. Five. Yeah. And are just after turn five in less than said, missing my tire gauge? Well. Well, you're not really missing it. Right. We know exactly where it is. Except for it was run over multiple times. It is also funny because if you wanna just go to the parable, part of this whole thing less presented me with the thing. He didn't present with me, but when we got the track, he proudly brandished at tire gauges, I hate new targets. Check it. I like it was. It was a fifty dollar tire gauge. This wasn't some plastic thing. Yeah, you know that that has a pen clip on for your pocket. This is this was a nice target news like this tire gauge. That's nice. I should have known it was over when he left it on the wing, and the wing is very deep kind of a bucket, the wing on the two eighty x. Fifty car has a high ledge all the way around the back and the sides. Yeah. So what have to fall off the front? And it was so deep in so fact if that it stayed on through the core. Screw and through everything else, but literally the tanks Lapper like whipped it back around. So hard gauge. Has that like that rubber around it, you know, probably help it from sliding around for a while and then you're like, I'm gonna Jek this gauge. Let me just let me just get a little loose here, pop that thing off. All right. Let me tell you about ZipRecruiter receive. We can find. ZipRecruiter, man, you know, it's not smart. Putting your tire gauge on what's not smart job sites that overwhelm you with tons of the wrong resumes. You know what is far ZipRecruiter dot com slash go there. 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So maybe we need to do little better job of titling our stuff. Yeah. I remember that when we. That for some reason, we we have footage from the front of the car where laps later you can see it crushed. We do have that. I don't know that it would call it was caught by the rear camera. Oh, I don't know. I don't. I don't know that. Yeah, I think it went off to the side. I don't think the rear camera. All right. So b. r. e. Peoria. So I was over at walking through the through the shop on my way in and I snapped a picture of the five, ten and quickly posted to Instagram and people were like, what's that? I've realized we haven't talked about yet, or we might have mentioned we were getting right. So b. r. e. in in the road going department, I'm gonna stay out of the offroad department. Beeri made five, five, ten race cars. They made the one that John Morton drove forty six with the red livery. That is, I mean, it's b. r. e. livery, but it's the red hood that's in the Nissan museum, right? They made the number I in no particular order made the Bobby Allison car with the blue hood and the thing that's one I have. They made a third team car that evidently was destroyed. They made a privateer car that was just blue and white. That evidently was destroyed and they made a yellow in white privateer car last beary car. They made to go to like Jamaica Venezuela or something. I think the yellow was like Jamaica or something had to do with the indigenously flag of the land. So they made three team cars and then to. Privateer cars? Yeah, the yellow one was the last one. And as I think Pete Brock told me kind of the most b. r. e. of all the because by then they all the things they learned all the tricks and all the techniques and all the modifications when into that. Very last car. Yeah. And that's that's kind of Pete's things like he said about that when he was doing the Daytona coupes is each one of the original ones got progressively better know to were actually the same. He was constantly evolving those cars. Right? So that that car then went to like Jamaica, raced. I it. It didn't get to hacked up our wacked up or anything in pretty decent shape and somebody like New Mexico. Got it. Brought it back, took it all apart documented. It started in on the body, took the engine out, did all the whatever hadn't a million piece. This is. And then just basically said, I'm not gonna finish this product project. I think it was two guys one in on it had a little falling out and they just said, let your sell off. So they just sold it off and I bought the world's most expensive. Five, ten in a million pieces. Yeah. I believe in. I, I have, I believe in Pete Brock, we love Pete Brock, but I've seen so many t shirts and so many posters and so much Beeri. Just especially in the last few years. Yeah, not too many with the yellow car. None. None. The thing that's look you and I love a story and. The thing I like about the yellow car, even though I'd much rather have John Morton's car. The thing I love about it is if you ever show up to an event with that car someone's going to go. That's a nice, five, ten, I get the r. e. theme. But why'd you pick yell? Why widened to the red white and blue John Morton or do it like the Bobby ounce and car? Do the, you know. You know, you've seen a million Biard eat clone cars, done, yellow. And why would he's ever done the and then cool, but it's not that great of a color combination? No, but I'm kind of looking forward to now you're right, but it has some cool things like it has the roof yellow with the white in the area on the side and red. Yeah, which is kinda cool and it the scheme. The colors are not great. This scheme is awesome, and the skin is still there. The layout I think it will be important to to have Pete pick the yellow. He's very particular on. Yeah, on that, you know. So I said to him, I didn't say. If somebody said, if you're gonna do a Beeri clone, why would you do it? And yellow, I would take great satisfaction in saying on a surreal, berry car, and then they go, no, it's not made this car. First of all, why you come back with the? No, it's not. That's how people that's how that's what's going to happen. But so now you talked about the five tens to bury five tenths, but there was the two roadsters that they had some other cars as well, but Africa's are gone, Africa destroyed after cars. You know, whatever. What's left in the world. Right? It's we've got to five, ten. We've got to roadsters and the Nissan museum car and the Hino truck. Yes. What's left in the road racing department. I don't. There's a z. that has been nicely rebuilt, but it's not the original tub car. Yeah, calling it a clone would would be a little that. I know now dismiss plus tribute plus a very nice car friend of ours owns, but it's still not the. Yeah, very to forties. And after that, I don't think there's another z. that I'm aware of, and I think that's it in the road racing department. Other some Bajas stuff. So as far as as far as in road racing goes, I do. I'm not using any hyperbole here. I think we have four very cars to roadsters to five tans. And after that, there's a five ten that's in the Nissan museum. And I think that's it with the road. Yeah, cars the two forty. See, that's the tribute car's fantastic, but I don't think you would. It's not the original tub right? Right. His great as that car is, and it's got some pieces and stuff. Yeah, it's it's, it's bad ass. Yes. So that's interesting because now you, you could have pretty much the only like four b. r. e. erasing cars in private ownership because then the Nissan museum has there's and Yep, and and I think the yellow ones gonna look especially cool when it's shown in the lineup with the others, and you could see all the colors and stuff that were used and see the roadsters and the other five, ten the Bobby else in five ten. So that's what it is. It's the yellow Biard, five, ten. And the picture I posted is very raw, doesn't get more raw than that. It's just the body shell and you can go back and find pictures online that start to see racing. It's out there. It's definitely out there and you can see some some historical photos and stuff of it, which is, which is kind of cool. All right. You got gyco. Yeah. Do everybody's got to do list. You drop off dry cleaning, pick up some milk, and now you can aid. You can add save hundreds of dollars on car insurance to that list. You don't have to drop off or pick up anything. You just go to Geico dot com. And in fifteen minutes you could be saving fifteen percent or more on car insurance. So if you want some extra money in your pocket, this is the most rewarding to do. You can do today, go to Geico dot com. There you go. Gyco. All right. Max pay, find anything. No. I mean, just that I slide on a. When you're making that right is the only thing that I was able to see. Making a land. I know. Yes, that's why. And that was the one I showed you, like, I mean, you get you get. Let me see. Let me see that one again. And we'll see. If that's 'cause you could have been combining two two slides. Got quick thumbs up behind it. You're welcome. This is the one that we isolated post. Yeah. Now keep going, keep going. No, no, that was the isolated video that that Jeff cut last time that we posted. So the thing that's weird is turning to the left and it may be from a different. It may be from a different outing. Yeah, it's the same outing is the is the gauge on the track. It's definitely that day. Max patta. Yeah, depending on what you go to gauge on the track. All you have to do is all you have to do all you have to do simply find the gauge on the track lap. And go to the lap before that lamp. And I don't. I don't think that the gauge on the track video is on this computer. Okay. Not the source video we have. What what was right. We have what we posted online, so weird that we don't. I salute them almost positive well end up being right at some point. But yeah, we, I. What I did was a a right hand or tax. It was a slap, but it wasn't a doozy of tank though. If you stop at a certain point, I was paying phrasing pretty far back that could safe. It was a good safe. You didn't have your. You didn't have your transam trophy. You know, my technique is let go the wheel. I remember that let the car to car right itself or not. Car knows best either way. I'm not going to try to fix it by putting input into the wheel. Just weird because I see how many other videos where guys actually touched a wheel. Yeah. That, well, I'll let that car. I'll lift both hands. Let it whip one way. Let the wheel whip around and then grab it again and try to straighten it out. Otherwise you could break a wrist. I well look, it's hard to argue with the results. You know, I got a pretty sideways and whip it back around pretty fast and slow me down too much through thumbs up out the window. Anyone behind me less. They think on sweating too much here. I just gave a thumbs up no hesitation on that thumbs up. That was right there. Early car. Sweat has even activated yet. That's right out there. You're ready to go. So the next project we're trying to build is the the apple nine thirty five replica well, yeah, I like this idea. I like this. I like this plan. So we found a tub mex- patta BAFTA do this. I have to go to the other computer. Find that stuff for another show. Found a tub for seventy nine. Nine eleven. Yeah. And I like the idea of it being the right year because the car was a seventy nine. I had thought when I thought about we should rebuild that apple car attribute car as a nine thirty five. I had a thought of. A lot of those cars that came out here had sun roofs. Yeah. And of course the one we found had a sun roof. I don't know what percentage of seventy. Nine nine eleven SE's came to the United States had sun roofs, but I'm going to go with a lot a lot because back then the nine eleven was getting a little more luxurious it. It was like all the cars like the z. cars or their little less lean. They weren't what they were in nineteen seventy three back then that's. That's something that a lot of the dealer, especially west coast, California dealers would would order up for their for their lot. Yeah. Like, hey, I'm gonna get five cars on the lot. I want sunroof cars. Yeah. So I started to think you know the chances of you finding a clean seventy nine tub. Yeah, with no sunroof. It's going to be slim to none. And then you'd have to buy the whole car and take Okara part baba, blah. But schon was able to find a tub. Yeah, up north and had a sun roof shots handy with the weather and we can just skin it or we can patch it. Yeah, it would be easier to to find a hard top coupe top and drill out the spot. Well, put put it on, then it would be to to make a patch panel because it's so kind of round. Bubbly. Yeah, released when he start doing the math on it, like. The patch panel, something Sean would have to do on English wheel and put a lot of hours into swapping. The two roofs is something that Jose can get in there with a spot welder and knock out eighty those little spot welds and and get a jump on it. So just, yeah, like where where you're spending your money is, you know. No time material. You think a little more like we should just swap the roof. Well, now is I think about it when you think about putting in the cage putting in a lot of the braces and internals and things of that nature, maybe better off just removing the roof and leaving it all until you were done actually have pretty good point. You could. You can measure up and your roll cage. You can do all the Benz and put it in in the car with the sun roof roof before you cut that roof off, get it all fitted in there with the Benz and everything for your for your roll cage and then cut the roof off welled up your cage. It would be he's here. Well, you could send the whole thing out to powder code terrier everything. We have the original Lumina Merle cage ready. So all we need to do is match that. Yeah. Then cut the roof off then drop it in. Yeah, right. Yeah. The the roll cage, the aluminum we have now, maybe multiple pieces it may it together by it is ultimate land says he's client. It is, and it's part of the Rijn look. But I also think a part of the regional look was to try to get it in there without taking the roof off. Yeah, I don't know. Take the roof off long shot. Swap the aluminum went out and put a real steal one in your nine thirty five now. Yes. So there's also like Canada. Do you make the cages just send? We'll we'll put it in just by put it in, right. Yeah, I also think Sean could with that thing out pretty. Yeah, pretty easily because we have the template. We have aluminum, we had already and all that stuff. The one you have has little crack in it. We like to play it safe. But anyway that I think having because everywhere we go, everyone wants that the apple liveried nine thirty five. Yeah, and I love it and I love delivering. I love the the Krimmer three body and I love everything about it. I just not going to change it from Hawaiian tropic, right? And it would be kinda neat to have the two cars together in one room and be able to to show it. And there is an argument was like. More power to anybody else makes the Apple computer clone car to cool car. If you're gonna build one might as well. But if you own the real car, don't you get a little extra credit maybe just like a little extra credit. You asking me? Yeah, Fasching Chris, I think you get. I think you get extra credit if you own the real, the real car owned the real, a little extra, you know, green light little permission granted. Yeah, I think to make the clone car, right? Yeah, sure. Thus, this is this is what I'm doing. So we were at the Peterson at the big gay. Let that Peterson last week and yeah, and big fundraiser for them, big annual fundraiser, and they did more than than ever. I think Leno was up there did a great fifteen minutes stand up, comedy set kind of kick things off. Yeah, he did a good job. I forget how fantastic is comedian that we all kinda do think Jay's kinda just turned into this. Mascot for cars or whatever. But really, you do forget how good he is at stand up just kicked ass and comfortable and flawless, and there's just so much experience that he did just we learned off. Yeah, so he was great, Bruce Meyers, great. Tim Allen got up. There was great. We had a great time at some great food. Great, fun, and great music, and they, they raised a bunch of money. That thing. That was funny that I don't think you, I don't think you caught this, but Bruce Meyer we love Bruce Meyer is like, I knew you were gonna start the sentence with Bruce Meyer. Smyers is like the matronly Jewish chick who's constantly at a party like trying to set people up. If you met Robbie. No, I haven't come over here. Come over here and take Grammy by the shoulder that Sally and Conway that Sally aunt Ravi. Do you guys talk come on. And then at some point come up and he like need you guys to do something like he'd go, you guys hitting it off. You guys doing well, m funding good the fans here. Let's unload it. Come on like pull you. Van like be unloading stuff setting up or something. So he's always like putting a can we do this? Can we do that? Yeah. So it some point we're going to auction off the big thing, and that's a tour of leno's garage in Leno, very generous. And he says, all so I know that's the thing. And so the big sendoff is the auction. We're gonna tour leno's garage and everybody who does it. He'll do twenty people. Now I'll pay a thousand bucks or whatever. It was five thousand bucks or whatever jail put in ten thousand and it's all way more than generous and and so- Bruce. He puts puts a claw and may before the, yeah, in the lobby. On the way in the elevator came in on thinking, we do Jay leno's garage. And then after that we add this thing where it's Jalen garage, Tim ounce garage, and your garage is like the locks that the Lux packet. Yeah, and I'm like, yeah, sure. Whatever you want. We do it all time and she's luck. I mean, you can come any Saturday. If you don't mind Linnet they're just scrubbing and cleaning and mopping the floor. Here. I'll tell her take a break and then we can walk around, but she's always going at it, you know, and, and I said, yeah, yeah, go ahead. That's fine. And he said, okay, and so I was sitting there the whole auction now to be truthful. I'd had a pretty damn long day on that Friday and hen been. I've been traveling a lot and stuff like that. So midway through the action, I probably would have slid out of the place, but I knew I was up there brew grinding up this nature, whatever he basically obligated you. So I watch something hill auction, and then they did leno's brought all the twenty five people that we're going to whatever, and they're all going to happen, and they're all going to leno's garage. Leno's kicked in ten grand and blah, blah, blah. And then at some point I hear Bruce, like sort of off the Mike, but I'm the only one in the room who really knows what's going on in Bruce goes. Hey, Jay, we're gonna do one more with you an adamant, Tim's grads. Any just hear Jay kinda go. Thousand Bruce if we could get. Okay. Okay. And I realized that that moment I was not. You're off the hook table like big shows, nothing your teeth grabbing a mint because now little Swisher water. All right, coming, God bless Bruce. Bruce thought there was another ten bucks in that room that he's going to squeeze bar rag out of these people kind of gave the j. can whatever j. kinda gave the. Got twenty five people coming over to be fair. Jay leno's garage is enough. Nuff I did ten grand. I think we're good for tonight. That's that's what j. j. game a little moving on and BRUCE'S, I all right. Listen in my feeling. This is not an indictment of either man. My feeling is they're both right? Bruce was like, hey, man, I'm here to raise money and I'm going to ask for everything I can get all the time. I got Corolla and Tim Allen lined up there in the room. They're here. We're going to do. 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ACS (Part 1): Donald Trump, Jr.

The Adam Carolla Show

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ACS (Part 1): Donald Trump, Jr.

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You're picturing in terms of living under hard to live under. You got to borrow under the so. You WanNa live under my dad shadow. Speaking of Perot parental complaints. I've been I've been really fascinated lately in people's version of life or what happened or how this thing went down now. You know. And I've always known like I've always known some people a little more hysterical like drew. Would you know drew. It always say I was walk into the airport. Woman came up starts screaming at me and I wasn't screaming at you. She said something. And what gives you the right to give advice on. He'd run into these people like I'm from the Foreskin Restoration Society. I heard you talking about circumcision. But they're not screaming now. I mean that's that's true. That literally screams tation chick wire. Everything's kicked up to the next level. So I get the accounts and re accounts of things and and I can't you know there's a lot of that goes on a legal system or I saw the man or but you didn't see the man or he turned his back and had his hands up and he shot in back but he wasn't shot in the back like there's a lot of that but as I go through life and then I also realize everyone's kind of guilty. The era of of doing that. I was explaining August in the next room. I was explaining to someone the other day I said have low self esteem and they went when low self esteem and I went i. I know what I'm good at and I own that stuff but I generally walk around. Nice I before I leave the hotel room I tidy it up. I don't I don't leave my trash or my beer bottles or anything out. I do a sweep and I kind of tidied up up and then I and then I leave all your tub as my move all his house in the TUB. Ireland's US I will I will. I will do some sort of version of I'm going to tidy up and then I will leave. I'm not GonNa make good for GonNa tear the down the bed and I'm not gonNA wipe down the toilet but I will. We'll tidy up the wiring anyway. So it's it's a lower self esteem that's fine a drew has low self-esteem because if fine I it's a good good wiring high self. Esteem is is hurting US thinking about but anyway I was having a visit with my mom. I'm in my Stepdad. I think we hit an all time. Low and the talk about nothing department lower than scones. Well you guys often the graphics you guys tell me you guys tell me I live in a big expensive house and drive cool cars. And I have have lots of three dachshund net flicks that are coming out the next week or so. And there's a book and there's much to discuss sure that that would be interesting. Well we're talk about yard sales and scones and things like that. My stepdad proudly announces a big big sale. Big Ticket item. He sold at a yard sale. I say upper. What was this big ticket item? He says it was a Schwinn bicycle. I said would you sell it for thirty dollars. Paul Newman's win by thirty dollars okay. That's a big ticket sale for them. I said when did you buy the bicycle. He said nine thousand nine hundred ninety eight nineteen eighty eight nine inch so appreciate it. I said what did you. What did you spend betting on the bicycle? He said twenty five what I said. It's a shrewd investor man. Shouldn't you be living your life in Mexico now like you could buy full-time security servants rape five dollars since one thousand nine hundred eighty yellow man is throwing dollar bills the window. Yeah he wasn't bragging like eight dollars. This is just something for us to disguise. You sold a bicycle small talk and you made five dollars more profit talk and it was just Schwinn. And some of those Sh- wins. They get restored and they go for lots of money you know. Once they get restored they go for line again. That's US just sitting there talking about nothing because I have racecars I'm restoring there. Were millions of dollars. But we're going to talk about a win. The could get restore the throw that in to add to his point that restoration we just talk about the Schwinn and a certain point I say and this is where this is kicks accent at a certain point I say well you know Schwinn is good stuff because the first UNICYCLE had was a Schwinn and back in the day there's like a Schwinn unicycle and then there was like wool worse junkie weird Taiwanese crappy now. There's a lot of in-between now. What I'm saying is when I was growing up there was a huffy junk? Or there's a twin Schwinn but there wasn't five things in between lean like there are with mountain bikes. Now you want. We want one for five hundred one for seven hundred. You went one for eleven hundred zero. We'll go up to ten grand. We'll have thirteen bikes in there. It was either either. You got the junk or you got the good stuff. It's the it's the Levi tough skin paradigm. which is there is no inbetween? Now there's a whole bunch of in between Wayne you know there's a bunch of fast food that tastes good. It's not even fast food anymore. Take back the day McDonald's or you eight out at a restaurant you couldn't do an in between so anyway. I said my first UNICYCLE was showing and my mom said Yeah. I remember buying your first unicycle at a yard sale in Santa Monica and I thought this is news because first things first his newsroom. Mattis have no one ever bought anything for anybody. You Got Twenty bucks on your birthday and Christmas Christmas. But no people didn't buy stuff people number one number two if you really think about the process of buying a unicycle before four somebody has a UNICYCLE or knows how to ride a unicycle sumptuous. It's kind of a weird thing to see a UNICYCLE and go. Hey my boy could use that because at that time if it's my I I don't know how to ride a UNICYCLE. So I was sorta thinking about it and I I was three was giving her the benefit of the doubt and I said now how old was I. She's a you're you were teenager and I said well I had a UNICYCLE and when I was about ten or eleven and I know right got a UNICYCLE. I know how I got a UNICYCLE and it was a very just basic story of might go to my dad's girlfriend's house who had a son who had a UNICYCLE and it just was like anuj room and he wasn't around and we just you know they're going to go in the kitchen and cook or something I was just hanging around the board off my ass somehow see that UNICYCLE. Ask if I can take it outside. And they're like in the kitchen. Yeah I go outside and I remember where I was. It was on the west side as a small street sort of around. Ucla and and I remember perching myself on car. Fender just parked out on the street. Just hanging crawling up the car fender and getting onto this thing and and somewhere between three in the afternoon and before it got dark by the end of the day I was able to take like four pedaled uh-huh and when you take your first four pedals on a UNICYCLE. Your bit like it's intoxicating. Oh my God I'm going I'm peddling. I like what what happens. Is You can always take your first pedal and a half to get away from the car. Yeah Vendor it's when you keep going and you just keep going and again it's like four or five petals but it's like oh I did it. I did it was like you stood up on a surfboard for the first time. And then you fell off immediately but that feeling I go up and so then I went home and of course. I was obsessed because I'd have balanced gene. I'd have balance wants imbalance and I was like I need to balance I need. I need this UNICYCLE. Now this Schwinn shop where they sold. The new UNICYCLES was directly in between my mom's house. So my dad's apartment was on I don't know if it's still there on Laurel Canyon by Chandler the Schwinn shop to me as an atheist. That was my temple. I would go in there and just smell vulcanized rubber and see the cool apple crate crate. Slick chick ring the bell all the bikes and apart. Look at the parts department last display case and all that task on the. Yeah I mean that was a big Dale now now. Possibly normal people would've just stopped at the Schwinn shop and spent forty nine bucks and bought a unicycle call but that was completely unimaginable. Out of question. One thousand percent wasn't going to happen but I did know that. GRANDPA AL Lewis the oldest son Dave as I recalled from some years earlier because I was friends with his younger son Teddy had a UNICYCLE and in fact it was a Schwinn. I didn't know it at the time are couldn't remember but it was there and I like when I got to get the whole the Dave Lewis and I'm going to see if he still has a UNICYCLE and sure enough like I call them and got a hold of him. Somehow it was like. Do you still have that UNICYCLE. Michael us to have from like back in the day and he's like it's in the yard it's just in the back it's rushing out. It's got a flat tire. Whatever and I was like would you like to sell it to me? And he was like fifteen dollars or something like that and then I proceeded to like wash every car and my dad's apartment building for like a buck. A Car Mar and I at that point was crazed. I was like a junkie. I was like I gotta get back on this Unisex. I then got my fifteen gene dollars. got over to them. They lived in Van. Nuys got over to GRANDPA's place got the UNICYCLE. The flat tire and the seat was all kind of busted up the fabric on it and I took it. I remember taken an S. t. p. pad the Brillo pad. Yeah Yeah what was it. Called this. Not As steep E. S. S. O.. Asprilla and I was cleaning all the rust off it. I was like oiling. Everything A. and patched it to be no an oil and fixed and even took a piece of gene like from making cut off and made like a seat cover out a denim showed it up. I would love to see this movie. Monteilh I think Dolly Parton written about it. heartstrings it's coming up on yes the the the the unicycle seat of a thousand quilted things so I made that thing and then I then I rode that thing once I got once I had it. It took me about two hours to like really. Just get on it and go go. And then within three days I was writing off loading docks and park benches and doing spins three sixties after topping off curbs and hop. I'd just hop off everything the thing about the UNICYCLE. At least back when I could do it you'd be surprised how easy it is to literally write it off loading docks a bad ass movie man. That's why I would go about three foot. You know like picnic. I could ride off a picnic table. No Problem Oh you the way you do it is you grab the front and the back of the seat you get your feet in the middle. Not Downer is right in the middle and as you go off you just sorta hop a little and then when you land you just land in the middle but off the seat you got hosting like you're right. They ended up with your hold the seat you land then you can ride on Nice do all so anyway. Then I broke my shoulder playing football and had a big a big novelty sized cast on my shoulder. The acid was the stand that held it away from your torso. No I had A. Hey that's that's the real novelty size. What I had is I had a horribly separated shoulder and the cast wasn't there to protect my shoulder to do anything to my shoulder? The cast was the hair to provide wait to keep my shoulder shoulder from coming out because it had been out for four days so I had a big thick novelty arm cast and it looked like I broke my arm. I broke my arm shoulder that was broken and it was supposed to hold it down now. It also came with this like saxophone. String loop that went around your dad's in and then it clicked in and everything. I was supposed to keep that thing clip but after three weeks unclamps riding around a UNICYCLE and playing dodgeball. So just I had the cast. But he's a good use of my arm. My shoulder felt fine at that point and I'd had been riding around with my cast and it may show their parents who who never had rules announced. Listen my mom did the you can't ride around with this big cast on your shoulder because I think it makes her look like a bad mom and it Kinda does you know I get it so I yeah I wrote the UNICYCLE. Fine did made no never mind to me the shoulder in the past and it wouldn't have made any difference but you never fall off you step off it constantly constantly but you don't fall off it but anyway I just wrote it no problem and then she said you can't write it and then the second I couldn't ride it my buddy up the street Chris. Not Chris you know Wanted to borrow it. Of course I lent it to. Of course he kept it for three months. Of course the cast off and then when I wanted it back. This is only part of my childhood that I enjoyed. There was no dogs and no basketball hoops above ground pools. There was just the UNICYCLE. He said I put it in your yard. Put it in your backyard and I said well it is not there. I mean I remember member horrified like going into the backyard where he put it behind the trees at under the the deck. And it's like no. It's not there. His his answer was well. What are you going to do and I should? I'll tell you what I'm into claims court. I want something but I had low self esteem. So there's nothing I was going to do and I said to my mom. Can you speak Chris's mom and can we figure This out because I'm out a UNICYCLE and down one down and by the way that's all I have. I don't have grades. I John have football during the offseason. Nothing I got nothing. I don't have a dog. I don't have anything. This is by fallback plan. This is my fallback plan this this UNICYCLE and then my mom said Yeah and then I talked to my mom unclear whether she ever did it or not but she said Yeah. I talked to her and she I said Hey said he put it in the already. Put it in the and that was the end of the UNICYCLE now. The first ever believed their kids. Because we are moms would have been like you you pay for that unicycle right now where you find a unicycle you bring out to the front yard right now. There are many many who's mantras believes face value. I don't that was just like that. Here's where my mom didn't want to do. She didn't want to get into the weeds with this woman like liar. You Owe me money or I'm GonNa Take Your Kid's bicycle until you return to do any team want to get into a confrontation with her would also have involved her standing up for her son which she had no history of right and then it also would have involved this woman saying her son was a liar. So my my my mom said He put it in the backyard right and their mom went. Yeah my mom came home at the end of that. Better the line and and it's like Hey bitches could've just split the cost of one like we're not talking about a skip loader or round trip to Maui and he's a fucking UNICYCLES got one. We just half a bike. That's half a bike like you to average age. Forty four years of Vegas you're average. You're you're in your mid forties. There is a Schwinn that is shown walking distance. Could it just went. I'll pay half. You may have. Let's get the kid whatever you should want to pay half to make full go way to end the conversation but no UNICYCLE last UNICYCLE. And and that was it in the UNICYCLE department so I found it interesting the other day when my mom was recounting the story of buying me my first UNICYCLE. When in fact act it's quite a bit worse than not buying me my first UNICYCLE? You help give away my first suicide. I never took any responsibility like like well. I was the one who said you had to get off it and I told the audit then. Chris borrowed it then. Chris Dole it and now and I never had another UNICYCLE. There was there was no more of that now. Now I do get that in your brain. This is how you would have liked. Things drove happen like I ate happened all the time. When I chase chase that purse snatcher down the street and Santa Monica with the woman screaming and Blah Blah Blah and got the purse back and everything else eventually when everyone gathered out on the street and the COP showed up and the cops like what happened? There was a lot we heard screaming. So we we I. We know you're you're in your apartment. I was on the street chasing the guy and then he dropped the purse and he jumped into a Rx seventy took off. That's what happened but I know you wish it went down this way. If I didn't have time right so I find it very interesting and I know like I get it like people people get older memories fade and stuff like that memories do fade but what about concocting news stories. Super flattering to you members of all biggest basins. Like you're at the end of the line. You're horrible mom but I don't want to go to the grave being a horrible mom so I'm going to put some stories again. Memories do fade but how clearly I can remember my my my grandpa especially how clearly memory stay of really great moments of light in your favor member moments that are real favorable to you like all this time like can you remember. He's pretty clear when it comes. That's the broken cash register theory. Why ever broken in your favor right that is that is the way I look so look at it so I thought it was very interesting that we were telling the story my Stepdad? He was condominium. I don't remember you're getting I. I do Kinda remember his story. I can't pipe up. 'cause I gotta live with this person sleep and not the same room. Yeah my my I gave my Stepdad. A Buck slip which is then other thing. I'm endlessly fascinated with my step dad pulls out doc pieces of those. I don't know what size the very small note pad paper not pad but the little binder papers are the ones that are like four inches five five inches tall and two and a half three around the sideways over there. You'll pay a little memo pad the wallet size but a little size of a wall. Aw and as a loose paper and for years he's been pulling it out and it's like making. Oh Oh yeah I gotta get new batteries for my hearing and stuff like that and I see him fumbling with it because it's paper. It's like he's trying to write on Origami. You know and it's it's too much pen for his first. I paper and so I said to him like five years ago I go John. You should get a buck slip. You just get a pile of buck slips. They just go online. Or wherever. And just have the. You're right and stuff constantly on this thing. Your your pen is poking a hole in the paper. And it's all crinkled up. You're trying to read your writing w get a buck slip. Get Buck slips. And he goes Oh okay and then at seem like you know six months recital piece papers coming out against writing something down and I'd be like get a buck slip. Oh Yeah and then I sent him seven times and then at a certain point I saw him over the weekend. He's of course he's writing on the piece of paper again. I go. I don't get it why. Why don't you just go online and order stack of Fifty Bucks Lips? Then he goes The Guy The guy said they're out of him the Guy I always do what I do. which by the way if you ever hear me do this Mr Amazon? There's a run in front of a truck like well if the guy said. There's nothing you could do that. I guess that's that there's just no possible way to get bucks and then I you can do. I want the other room and I got him some of my bucks. Oh she can ride on it but I thought what is that thing in life or you just go. Yeah I know you you keep telling me to do this thing but I'm never going to do it. And then my answer will be that guy said now. What about what about buck slips? I wonder if that's the devil. You Yeah no number one. He he knows the paper. That's a system and number two. You made the motion the pocket the buck slips too big for the pockets. Wonder it's just like it's just a simple explanation as hey this fits in. My bucket can't breast pocket. Well if that's his simple explanation he would offer it up. He doesn't offer that up he goes. I can't find it also you you fold them in half and you can slide them right into any anywhere you want but I just I just. It's so weird like people like I like when somebody gives me a tip goes hey why don't you do this instead. Go thank you and then I start the next the next day. Yes Kristie the coffee offie in the in the yeah the shaking up and got all the cream ever that typically she loves it get is Olga still out there. Get around the hot mic. Did she believe Oh bought sunny fans. I'M GONNA fire all right. Well if we're does she go. They went to the store. They're coming back okay when they come back and cream when a comeback well. We'll put her on the Mike. All Right Hey Doug Thirty six Boston Austin as man get it on get it on man so just left corporate world kind of working in the trades now and The walking into some some really terrible houses over the last month or so Some sites I never thought I'd see what some of the kind of maybe the worst houses you've been into Doing construction and that kind of thing me in terms of like coty whatever not shoddy. I'm talking about the people and I'm talking about this stuff. They got in there in the last month. I've been blown away. Well doing earthquake Rahab. Obviously the guy who defecated in five gallon bucket and just kind of kept it. These are all studio apartments with Murphy. Bed Murphy they have those anymore now. I mean I don't know the had them when this place was built in the thirties. There's defecate and the bucket guy. There was the guy who had an entire wall of panels cut out from the half gallon milk containers. -tainer cardboard wants. It had two missing kids on them. Well you were defecating. The Bucket Guy I was. I was a pioneer judge John. CB judged you know. I know they're doing defecating into a five gallon. Bucket and it decorative popcorn ten complete with snap led these are world so having done either one. I wouldn't know I am nobility compared to this animal well to be fair to me. I lived at a garage with no bathroom and I would get locked. Act Out of my house so I could. I could take a leak out in the SHRUB but I couldn't do a number two because I was locked out of the house. These guys had a bathroom he just chose to make can do is bucket. The Guy with the panels man that guy with the panels he was the freakish thousands thousands well. It's like one of those things things were like. He would buy a gallon or a half gallon of milk probably twice a week and over the course of thirteen years he would rinse him. Sit out he would cut just a panel out with the missing kid and stack them. Stack them to the ceiling. I think several those kids were behind the panels. Cut Out the thing we know. He's a serial killer. Yes run away at this whole thing was about. Video is all kids. Oh sorry yeah yeah I like this song. So there's another guy who did bring prostitutes in to his room this. You're all subsidize living people. There's course Shakey Jake. With the shotgun lot of cooking with Lard man cooked with Lard and bad shagged or not a good Combo and very small unit really stays stays in there but as I was thinking you know. I think we're talking about this sunny. Never we're really GONNA have this. Is that the places that smelled like something. Five and dime store had a smell the go inside Schwinn shop the Schwinn shop at a indefinite smell these people's apartments. Everything's kind of Febreeze. There's no smoking anywhere and Blah Blah Blah Blah. But like places that have distinct smells. millicent was the one who managed the whole thing. She had a fat can. She was up front and Lee movie. Yeah sort of I have going into those. People's units is definitely by far the worst. And then there was cockroaches and stuff everywhere. And when you the terror part the wall scattered the kitchen walls. They're all behind in there in the kitchen and it'd be really hot in there and there's no air conditioning or anything it. It was a disaster. Doug you are looking forward to future now thanks. Yeah it's GonNa be really night's GonNa be it's GonNa be awesome What kind of construction you getting into? Well we're getting into Fire alarm installation all that kind of stuff so we gotta get creepy crawly places and all that kind of stuff in there. So I I have a complaint thank you I don't know Max ex-pat you know this about me I put together a plan and then that's my plan and then that's what we do and then that's how it works except for other people don't seem to go along with that a lot. A lot of variables. People here are pretty coached up like what I do is i. Don't know if we have seven. Oh five flight. I don't go meet it shop around six. I just go wheels up six ten wheels ups accent. Whatever that means? It's up to you. You may show up two minutes before we leave or twenty minutes before we leave. I just give the I I say at six ten. Everyone's in the car and we're backing out of this driveway or going forward with Mike oxes backpack flying five freeway. Maybe whatever it is and so I tend to speak in these little short little concise pieces and then I try to convey that to people. Where the ago you know you you? I will be there at so I did a CNN hit on Saturday CNN is doing something thing interesting. Which I think is going to be the wave of the future? which is they have one of those sprinter van sort of Mercedes makes one and I think Ford makes one? Maybe Chrysler makes the Tallboy. The tallboy wants they're Kinda cool. 'cause like the good if you're plumber the tradition but they're also good for doing production auction mobile dog grooming. Yeah and it's like you can get a base model for like thirty five grand and they work and they're pretty comfortable for customizable to yes and they're very it's kind of a very European style. We have the big vans. This is like a smaller van. But it's tall and yeah you could put leather seats and make it a luxury whatever or or you can put racks in it and make it work van CNN. Oh Max you gotta get my phone because I took this picture funny so CNN. Says Hey Saturday we're going to hit with you and I say okay and normally have to drive to the satellite plays ace and get all set up and whatever and now they they bring the mountain Mohammed. They bring this sprinter van the back of it it's diabolical the back of the van and it has a wall between the cab in the back. There's a camera that's on a rail and you can tell it. Looks like he could slided. I'm three inches or move it down for Dr Ruth or move it up for Kareem abdul-jabbar whatever but it's just a mounted rail camera the having the Co Star in the movie together they they have a black chair stool kind of thing but it's mounted. It's like hard mounted. It's like screwed the ground they have behind you a screen. It's not that why it's like four and a half foot wide by like three foot with just la night you know permanently on there or they could probably changed changed backdrop right you. You Open The van the van the rest of the vans all just sort of black and cloth in Acoustic. They have like a little basket with some hairspray and emir hand-held mayor and that kind of stuff you go in there you go through the big slider door you sit down the Guy Clips flips the mic on you. He puts the earpiece in. And then you sit there and you just do a whole remote hit front from your drive. I was not aware of that so oh I wasn't either but it's better than getting up and driving Sinoe at five thirty for him to write on the equipment. They're not using satellite location and also. Oh they know where you are. Let's say find out where you are because you may not show up in Van Nuys satellite location on Saturday addict addicts five here. They know your they'll be there so I go. Okay what's the what's the story. And the reason I took a picture of it and it made me laugh as they're gonNA show up at five thirty on Saturday my house gets royal. At peed on Friday night. At ten o'clock I'm like God damn it and Italian laugh and like everyone's laughing I go the CNN van is going to be pulled. He's not part of my driveway Steeton. He's a park in the street right in front of my house right where the House has got tea. And that's where that's where he's parking and they're laughing even harder and I'm like I don't like embarrassments weird walkthrough dangling toilet paper taper your wedding day or its worst right so a picture Max van now. The picture I'm showing can you is as he's pulling away. He was parked directly under all the toilet paper that was hanging from the tree. Nice job but Adam Corolla caveats. There's many shots as many more pieces of toilet paper hanging for my trees but anyway so I thought it was comical that I got I thought it was comical that I got T- peed lead Friday night and Saturday at six. AM CNN was showing up fan to park under my t. p. tree and do my thing but anyway you talk of it or you. Just pretend like it didn't happen. I walked out. I did the kids these days or whatever I don't know I kind of honor actual. So here's the thing terms of the plan. I I kept saying to cry. I kept saying to Matt. 'cause I know how goes what time do they want. They want you down there at six. Then they're gonNA do like a hit. Mike Check are quick. Hit now at six twenty and Blah Blah Blah and. I'm like okay now. All I've been doing is getting up early in leaving early early early in my whole life. This whole weeks been early. Get up so I was like Okay Matt you tell them I will be at that van at six ten and then I will walk in and then we can do our thing. It's twenty and we'll do the hit at six thirty five for whatever it is but I will be there at six ten. He goes okay. I'll tell him that so at six. Oh nine I go walking walking out of my door next to my garage. SORTA downstairs door and as I'm walking down the driveway toward the CNN. Van I hear I'm like Oh He's pounding on the front door now. Everyone's up there doing calisthenics. Oh no wait a minute. Everyone's asleep so there was a Peleton's looking John Window so this guy's like on the front door I'm down the thing and now I'm having to go without trying to wake people up. It's six. Oh five other going. Hey Hey turn around and he turns around like okay like he's walking down now. My first interaction with the poor guy has to be. I said I was coming to the van at six ten. It is sixteen. I met the van. You do not have to pound on my front door. I have kids. Everyone's asleep this is why meeting with the van. And he's like I know I know they made me. They made me because what they what. Production always does where where is he. Where is he well? It's not six ten yet. That's where he is but they get nervous and they'll go get it. You know the problem is you're an outlier in a very flaky. Achey grew up in the visuals and there is a long long long long history of people being ten minutes an hour. Whatever late and you got US PAT on that door to orbit there door Hatrick? Twenty eight from Denver says mom was the seventeen year old than the winger which she's just she's only Lisa is that of anywhere. Down is not Benny Sixty. I think. Patrick Yeah Hello First Time Long Time pleasure to chat with y'all your mom was the seventeen year old depicted in the winger video. Not In the video. She it's always family lawyer that back in the day when she was a delinquent around streets and Denver She hung out with KIP. Winger and those guys'll and shortly then after They went off to New York and wrote that Song. And all that fun stuff and We've always given her ship but that's a she's seventeen year old. They're thinking about not wanting to Kutch she's gone. Sarin that milk carton. Okay well. Let's do the math. That song was a hit and what year album on eighty eight eighty eight. This would have been presumably a year before that or some period of time before eighties towel. This is your mom now see So I'm adopted so it's a whole long long thing but she was twenty one. She had me. I'm twenty now so she's about turned fifty. I guess a so. She's about to turn fifty so so somebody do the math on the eighty eight eight hundred thirty years ago now ninety years ago thirty one years ago and she's about to turn fifty so that would have made her eighteen. I guess ourselves that song came out so you know they were hanging out before they went to New York. And kinda hit big but let me ask you this. You're you're adopted so do you. Are you in contact with your mom. Yeah I met them at the biological family When I was about I think it was about nineteen? I finally actually met them. My biological sister contact me when I was seventeen though and I just went to college. Is your biological article sister attractive and is your mom attractive. That's always subjective but I show girls. So she's he's a bad guy. You know what you want so lot. This must affect your daily life and immeasurable waste ice right. I'll be in Walmart or some random place and you'll hear that winger song come on and shuttle them out with my mom and video and Good a good laugh about it. Didn't sound said Walmart you know you'll hear it at random places not walmart or you know like Walmart or target or art listened to back on. I got him the. Here's pretty unsavory from side. Well there's always some Muzak the nicer restaurants flute it you know the thing that's weird is in the in the annals of like sorta mom mom in the actual video as the seventeen year old. Great mom abused minor. Bad you know this this could have gone away. Oh No yeah no could've but Yeah no that's Her having a song written about her being a sex object is definitely Louise's traumatizing things childhood. So Oh it's You know I think that was a win do you. Are you okay with the stepparents and adoption and everything now. Oh Yeah No. It's one of the things I kinda. I grew up knowing that was adopted. So I kind of I it's always been kind of the norm and always had parents that loved me and then got meet some other people who You know we're definitely yeah. It's been good to share my life with that. That's for sure all right good. What what business area now? Long Story Short currently unemployed I. I was working and living down in the Caribbean and then the hurricane kind of rolled through two years ago and mash it up and now I've been kind of back here and save kind of getting. It all resorted out. I'm going to tell my son I got a couple of thoughts for him You know my thing is like I don't want to pay for college but I do want the credibility that goes in college so I'm just gonNa tell them drew's college the Lord Chefs Amherst. I'm just gonNA tell them to go to Amer say I went to Amherst are sick memorized. Lord Jasmine Rice the name of one of the buildings till two of the housing. y'All and then you're covered now he's got anymore amherst questions for you and your bus. Did your busted like you work. If you run into someone a cocktail party who worked at Amherst or something. Then there's GonNa be an issue and you're going to be a rare instance one hundred more people who are out of job department like I was working in the Caribbean and the typhoon belittled thorough. I gotta go well. You're just a lazy. That's all which type food. Yeah like you just go in the Caribbean typhoon. Blue there and and I'll go away. Was that you just bought six months of unemployment in my mind you start going out of the car. Wash on shifted stink. Now we data different relationship. And I'm sure that's what did happen. I will judge you much differently for the Caribbean thing with the with the storm blowing through smart all right let me hit this fifty fifty three thousand dollars a year to go to amherst. That's just the tuition schools strategise. The Look I don't WANNA sound like Mr Grandpa here but all the talk student loans and how they're gonNA pay this back. We gotta make loans free free. We're going to pay back. I don't know. Could we bring the price down a little for college. Acceptable investments. Like you're going for that. Whatever that position is wherever that job career or whatever like you know what the costs are? The cost to hydrate is Denison. I agree but I mean with the politicians non stop. Yes sagging on the Bangkok Games alone. Won't bring down a little bit. Like they have huge endowments. It can't massive physically cost that much to have the the kids in school. Look why don't we turn it into a little less of a business and I'll I'll just basically say the same thing to the politicians like your whole thing is like with with the pharmaceutical companies. Like these people are trying to make a huge profit off people. This is like this people's future and they're making all this yeah it is and that's what they're doing but so it was college in the future and they're trying to make a big profit so why don't we just take take the same thing and apply it. They're they're not being taken advantage of like Bayton switch like you didn't nosing causes much of now you know we all know what the price tag is. Chris look that up. Just bring it bring it down. That's all. I feel like it's doable. How can it thank several hundred? I mean you get out of there. I mean that's not with room and board books and everything so you're into three hundred and fifty grand by the time I'm the kid gets out for you. Jesus Christ I if my kid did that was done in the Corolla family rows. Now I'm a Chicano studies made the minor in ceramics. I'd be like no fucking way cut out of that school. Doing three hundred and fifty K.. So so you can work it out various street. 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I seem to be a part of each and every one of them. It's amazing well. I wanted to so my my thing was like I wanted to take psychological dive into that. And how how that works. Because I've been thinking. King approach everything from a psychological perspective and then it turns into a comedic perspective. But I it's psychology and I want to get into this hatred which is different than a disagreement. Everyone disagrees with everyone all the time. How does it spill into a low thing? Do you have other than the disagreement part. Do you have any thoughts about that from a psycho dynamic standpoint. I haven't other than then you know it just seems to be sort of a herd mentality right You know you see it every day. I mean the example. I used that most defines just the crazy that we are living today was last week when they killed al-Baghdadi right. I mean this is the founder and leader of Isis Adam. This is a guy that has doused journalists in gasoline lean and lit them on fire someone who is thrown homosexuals off building raped women Killed people all over the place and you know. My father has a speech with Pompeo. I didn't even know this at the time but I was a speech with Pompeo last week. And he said you know when I was C. I.. A. Director the first thing Donald Trump said. I WANNA take off the head of the snake. That's the guy I want to go. After and so donald trump gets and in the Washington Post where democracy apparently dies in darkness. The title of his obituary is austere religious scholar. Run I'm just like I don't know what to talk about. When when you talk about the psychology but if that hasn't made someone lose their mind that we can't all we can't even agree that the founder and leader of Isis the murdering piece of shit that he is isn't like we're better off that that they have to try to make him out to be you know well here's a maybe he's a little bit misunderstood? That's the craziness that we're living in this day right and I was looking at it and I was exploring the other day and and I sit here next to Dr drew and I sit here next to guys like Mark Garriga's and I realize they disagree with some or half of Your Dad's policies let saying maybe a corner and what's Your Dad's policies are but they're not triggered correct. They're not angered correct. They don't have a visceral. He's a monster he's gotta be stopped. It's something that's triggered and other people like a guy like bill. Omar said he's very thin skinned guy. Mark Garriga's probably politically aligns with bill. Maher but he's not thin skinned correct. Ah I mean you've seen that the the outrage cycle I can't I used to think it was for effect but it's not anymore I mean like trump derangement syndrome Israel. I always joke the only curious four four more years because we really have to reset this conversation because if that can be the response you you you see these guys. They can't even acknowledge that like. Hey maybe I may not agree with the policies not always like the Messenger but the results speak for themselves. I mean are they really upset with all time. Low Unemployment for African Americans. I mean and Bill Maher. I saw the clip was two three weeks ago. What it'd be worth it for America? If the economy imploded if people lost their jobs lost their homes because they couldn't afford to pay their mortgages just to get rid of trump. I'm like so you would really. You're okay just you know. Let's make unemployment numbers rise as opposed to lower. Let's make people lose their job. Lose their homes lose their families just because you don't like trump like it seems outrageous and that more outrageous that people are like yeah. I'm kind of with them on that one rather than like come on man like we're Americans can't we do. What's right for the country and well you know it goes? I don't know if you run into this a lot. But it's like I am I toggle between Hollywood and Ben Shapiro and Dennis Prager. No one else is willing to even play that game so I commend you for actually being willing to do that and so few in your position are willing to even take a right wing stance. Because they know they're gonNA get canceled while the thing that's it's interesting. It's first thing I've not changed any my thoughts in the last twenty five years. I've always talked about family of always talked about education. I like like competition. I want school choice or your race vouchers. I know I am. You're you're all right. That's all I've ever said I'm a guy I'm I'm a dumb guy from the San Fernando Valley who never went to college. I work construction my whole life. I never had anything and I've always had these thoughts now. I saw. What successful people did I want to North Hollywood high where he had my loser buddies with the black kids that were bussed in from the inner city city? We have the Hispanics from the deeper valley. And then there's a handful of Jewish kids who lived up in the hills. Their families weren't tact. They made their kids do the homework they ended up going off to Ucla Stanford and we went to a construction site and dug ditches. And I figured out early that was going to be the key families intact attacked focused on education. And you may do whatever you want in this country and honestly there's almost an attack on family structure these days. Yes I mean it's you you say this and I'm like I'm having this conversation with you and it's like if I was in another any other place in time like really having this conversation could that really and it actually is because because you promote family structure well you're being discriminated against those who may not have the benefit of that unlike that is such an Asinine SORTA SORTA ours viewpoint and to be attacked for it. Well it's crazy her stuff. That's that is being racist coming. Well groups CBS can't have families and educations or shouldn't do the right thing. Football is racist today. It's there's the problem with the whole racist thing from the left is sort of stayed in the book which is racism has become the easy button of the left. If I can't win an argument with fact if I'm not doing so well if if the facts that doesn't work out to my benefit racist right and so the problem is this. It's a real issue in this country. It's just not the only only issue. It's not the cause of all of our problems. It's a much smaller thing I don't want to say it's very small because then someone will cancel me for. You're not acknowledging it even though I'm literally saying it's a real problem in this country but it's not the answer to everything and the problem. We do by calling racism on every issue so that we're not in agreement with you do a disservice to those who are actually afflicted because now when I hear it I sit there I roll my eyes I move on and the people who are actually actually hurt which it again. It's a much smaller amount than to believe or they would they would. Have you believe those people are left in the wake of that and it said I have this statement. which is there's never been a better time to be an actual racist? I get full coverage. This is great. Lump thin with Dennis. Prager Ben Shapiro you and me an adventure boroughs incredibly prager. I mean you know all right Neo Nazi Ju I mean it's interesting interesting. It's a it's an interesting. Take some psychology that has to go into that. But I don't quite understand they do the same thing to my father. He's obviously a Nazi with a you. Don't Jewish daughter that works in his administration and son-in-law's man. Thanksgiving's really sucked. My conversation is going to be brutal. I once folks get on a sort sort of verbal at Haman role. That's hard to slow the role and what I say to people. There's a simple thing I've been saying to people a lot and I don't know this comes up in your world. I'm sure where people go like. Listen I don't agree with the thing. Ben Shapiro has to say. I don't agree with the thing. Jordan Peterson has to say. I don't agree with the thing. Dennis prager say but I do agree that they should have the right to say correct and most people go okay but I always stop people go. Oh no you agree about eighty percent of what Ben Shapiro Say Ben Shapiro. You're not willing to say backs. They talk about family. They talk about Communities talk about working hard. He talks about spirituality. I mean all. He talks about so many things that you would have to agree and by the way I know you agree because you live that kind of life as well so this thing of going like. I don't agree the thing. Dennis prager says why even jump off their. Why not say we disagree about some things? I talked about it extensively in the book which is sort of that notion of people have sort of been badgered into like. I can't admit that publicly. I mean we did it. The interesting take I talk about was when we did in our polling like large sample sizes back sixteen. We do online. And we do telephone polling and you'll statistics would dictate your within basis points of each other right. Not even percentage points and when we did our online polling we did fifteen percent better than we did by telephone so right people were by themselves at the computer that can do a little look around like okay. No one's watching trump okay when they were on the phone. They weren't sure where the person was coming from. They didn't want to be called racist for wanting to implement policies that they felt would better their lives or their families or their children's or their American American dream but on the phone. You get answers like Jill Stein over performed incredibly. It was like well. Yeah I'm reading just so we were like what do we do. But how do we reconcile console that that craziness and so we started asking those same people to kind of get to. You're looking at it from a psychological standpoint we said okay. You're writing and Jill Stein. WHO's your neighbor voting for? Oh that guy's for trump. I mean they wanted to say it they just want it. They just didn't want to take all the heat associated with it and get asked where we are. Today it's IT'S A. It's a very human characteristic that most everyone possesses a couple of things first off in the book you talked about being on construction sites as young person. I have said this to anyone who listened in the last five years I go look you have to build something. You have to have the experience of building something to to be pragmatic. You can't just live in this world. If ideas are I know in my heart I I feel this way of us. It is when you build you. Get a kind of a grounding and each just in your veins and you can't make me feel something or believe in something or say something because I have so much building background. My thing is just cow and lateral load and Hold downs and all thread and shear loads and grade beams and how number four rebar is a number five rebar and that's all all my world is so you can give me an idea but if it doesn't make sense it's not it's not going to work and I feel like when I listened to the book the Audio Book triggered. I got this feeling that you and your dad. And sort of the whole trump building side of the family. Family got a grounding in building and the crazy pragmatism that take one hundred percent. I mean I think there's sort of two parts of that right first of all My father was a better builder than other developers. Because he didn't just isolate himself in like a glass tower. Somewhere listen guys that are looking at a spreadsheet and telling you how to build him he actually got down down on the ground with the construction workers. Every day. Like he'd ask them question he'd be a job site at six. AM and hey. How do you think we could do better? What do you think about this they say? Hey this contractors it's kind of screwing you a little bit over here if you did this. You could bypass this amount of duct work. You have more efficiency save some money. So he got real-life expert that allowed him to be better it also translated later on politics. We're like well. How does this brash? Billionaire from New York how is he able to talk to regular people as well. He spent forty years talking to regular people for us for me for my brother. You know we grew. I was younger son of a billionaire. They can drive because they've actually done. I've run chainsaws change out my own borrow on the weekends when I'm doing like we did that and he wanted to make sure. Hey if you're going to be a builder to you better damn well know how to do it. And not just in theory like you're starting at the lowest rung. You're GONNA dig a ditch because if someone else is going to dig a ditch and they're going to charge you for it. You better know how long it takes to dig a damn ditch. And so he made us do those jobs. My first job I was away from home at like. Fifteen is a doc attendant you know in Atlantic City. I lived away from home at summer. A fifteen year old to like hook up electrical systems water systems. I then went into landscaping and running. Running machinery. Running chain sells like he made sure we worked and some of the executives even in his company were guys that didn't have you J. D.. Mba Is there were guys that work their ass off on a construction site want. There's a street smart. And there's something like Fred you got through that without the acronyms behind your name. And he'd give them a chance and give them a little bit more in a little bit more and they continued to excel and exceed. And that's why you had so much of the loyalty with our company because those are guys that know they'd never be where they are today and accompany. It was a typical executive. That just say well. I'm hiring based on X. Y. Z.. Credential and that's all we can possibly do you know he gave those guys a chance of a lifetime and they'll run the wall. We have By the way show listening in the Book and Donald Trump Junior said I can tell the sound I can tell you the difference between in a sauce on a circular saw simply by sound and I thought to myself I think I could too and then I thought to myself I have those two items correct so I told my guys hook them up in the back put a mic there and we will try this. I'll I'll I'll tease it. A little I've so many he thought so. When I knew you were coming in I you know I had? I had a a dinner with a very good friend of mine. WHO's very Hollywood very Santa? Monica very progressive. You now but he respects me and he respects my take on things and I gave an answer to this question and you tell me what it feels like to you. He you know he was saying what's your take on Donald Trump. You know him a little bit. You've been around him. What's your take because I I know everyone Hollywood just thinks he's mad man and I said so you know I think he's a he has a big ego and I think he treats this country like it's his business and he wants the business to succeed succeed? That's what he's doing and I don't. I don't think there's anything nefarious and I think you can also disagree with some moves like you would disagree with somebody making a business decision one hundred percent. I think it's a guy with a huge ego. Who wants his legacy to be? When I was running this this company known as the United States? It did well did well. Is that a fair thing. I think it's actually very fair. I mean you you can see that I mean one of the examples I like to use. It was like you know they're building the new Air Force Force One. There's two planes sort of matching. And he calls Boeing. He goes listen. I got a big Boeing himself right. He's like I know what these planes cost. Like how to seven forty sevens cost four billion dollars. There's right and they're like well you know there's a lot of extra communicate I get that he's like still seems Kinda high. Do it for less okay. We'll do it for three and he's sitting there like like well. How come no one you can do it for three years ago? We wouldn't have good relationships with the government. We do a lot with them like yeah we can do for three and he goes well. Why didn't you do it before it goes well? No one ever bothered to ask. No one even bothered to ask in the years prior a to all of this you know they're used to just giving you've seen the proverbial four hundred dollar caller hammer right well because no one gives a crap. No one's in government so few of ever actually run businesses so few have ever had people's livelihood their families wellbeing depending on their success every day. That's what he had for decades the weight of the world thousands of people dependent on him winning every day that was what was going to feed their families. And so you I will say it's so nice to have. A politician actually signed the front of a paycheck for a change. Rather than just the back and I think that resonates in that mentality of like well. It was a two minute. The phone call. I saved a billion dollars. It's like who's building the aircraft carrier. How many billions can we shave that one? And he's he's just going to pick up the phone and do it and those are the sort of the unsown things that he's literally early doing and I think it's a big part of why so many even the establishment pushback because well we've never questioned those guys because we want to get on the board of Xyz company when we retire here because we gave them a cushy dealing sort of oh it to us later on. And that's the sickness of the swamp We have the tools ready. Let's do it. We also I. I was interested in your background as interested hearing about the book and your grandparents and Czechoslovakia and getting taste of communist firsthand early and often and I was it was funny I was listening and I was walking my dog and I was thinking about your life growing up in my life growing up and they really couldn't have been further apart. It couldn't have been further apart but we did arrive at the same destination. which is I don't like Communism? I don't like any version of it. I don't like freebies. He's like freebies. Not because I don't like people I believe it makes them weak. And you hurt the group you're giving the handouts and you always disqualify five by saying of course when people are stricken with horrible diseases and everything they need wheelchair ramps certain percentage of people. I get it but this sort. If the same conversation you have with of course or some real racist. It's a green new deal and we're going to pay for those not willing to work with not willing or not able because there are. There is a distinction that you're drawing. It's all you have. And I grew up with a little slice of communism in North Hollywood California because I live in a broken down house. That was my it was my grandparents. Rental property was a one bedroom one bath pollen junk bulldozed it since but it was a free house. I got a free house. My mom got welfare and food stamps. I got free lunches at school and I understand just how debilitating numbers never status. My mom couldn't get out of her own way. She was just stymied by. She wasn't compelled to clean herself up and just watch her. Just spiral like she'd literally. We just put on weight and sat in a room and waited for that next government block of cheese to show up and I realized it hurts people. You didn't know quite you didn't help you thought you're helping my mom. You're not helping my mom. You're hurting my mom. And you want to check US Avakian. Boy Tell US interesting again. I have to in twenty nine hundred especially I have to disclaim. I'm everything being like. Yes I recognize that I'm the son of a billionaire from New York City so but I have a mother that escaped communist check slog. She was a good athlete. She was able to do that. She was able to come here. Legally Leanna it's not the distinction. Most people won't make but you know. My grandfather was a blue collar electrician from what was then communist Czechoslovakia at. I remember as a kid seeing my parents. Parents wedding photos like okay. So there's grandfather. There's my mom. Where's my grandmother and they wouldn't let her out of the country because they if they both left the country they're never coming back they would defect factory and so I was like? What kind of system does this end? I spoke to it at length with my grandfather. Who again blue-collar electrician similar background? Perhaps to yourself right it and from that part of the world and he recognized incredible blessings that we have in this country the freedoms all of those things. And he's like listen. He spent the conversation with my father's like he's he's got to the other side and so from the age of five. I mean they were involved in my life. I spoke the language fluently from the age of five. They brought me over there. And my first memory of fear and now have many memories from like five six years old and I don't think any less. Do you know but was going over there and it's not early eighties. She knows pretty wearing Jean Jacket with the Stars and Stripes on it and I remember getting pulled out of line By a guy in a drab you'll communist era type military thing with a AKA over Eddie starting to question me like they're essentially trying to promote American capitalism. Because and I was five I woke five year olds. You read about today on twitter. Well my two and a half year old question me about nuclear proliferation. The Korean peninsula until I remember that and it just struck me so much. Then I go and you know. It wasn't helicopter grand parenting. You're going to the store. I've waited in those bred lines. I've been empty supermarkets waiting for bread. I can promise you. It's not nearly as glamorous as Bernie Sanders would make it out to be and so I I've I've lived it from such different perspectives but I saw that every summer until the fall of the wall and I saw what that system did too great loving what would have been hard working people but when there was literally no incentive to do anything more basically people did the minimum because there was no there was no upside and it destroyed droid people and it destroyed a work ethic and it was terrible and to this day. Sort of interesting my grandmother's alive. She's still ninety three years old and she lives over there and she only get sort of CNN right because they don't have an alternate programming type of deal there and so she'll call me in tears now. This is not some some weak little nothing. She's older frail lady now but you know. She hid from the Nazis in the basement of her farmhouse. For two years. You know During World War yeah to as a you know late teens early twenty s You know she lived through forty years of communism. She's they're calling me like every couple of weeks in you don't you can't let this become come. A thing in the United States always sounds so good it always. It's always free. Everything's always great. It's not I mean this is a woman who's been through a lot in tears calling me me. Her grandson for fear of my future for my children's future. She what her daughter lived that American dream she knows how bad it can be on the other side and I mean this is driving ninety career woman to tears and I always say like these people were. It's no longer a fringe element of the left at pushing. This sort of socialist communist nonsense like these are mainstream leading candidates and I say simple question man. We've seen the debates and you'll get a Democrat at this point you know I shouldn't even say Democrat because the couple's still reasonable ones left although they'd been putting a corner you get a leftist to say just about anything right I say. Why don't they have someone who's actually lived under these regimes? Under these systems like one I mean you have all of Eastern Europe. The former former Soviet Union China closer to home you have Cuba and Venezuela that probably a hundred million people. How come there's not one person from there that lived under it? That's willing willing to come here and say no no. We've got to bring that shit here. This is awesome. Well it doesn't exist. It's scary man. I've a couple thoughts. One is listening and capitalism. And we're both big fans of that and how it sort of. I don't think people understand how important working is to human beings especially if you live in the United States and how just robs you of your dignity and your person. You've lose a lot of your personality. I I started. I started thinking about socialism and communism and authoritative dictators. And things like that. I I said if someone the other day that that are market. Capitalism capital is isn't a system. It's what happens when you leave. People allow correct so these other places are a system that's imposed if you just took one hundred people and put them on an island. Capitalism which spring up correct somebody would just go out and get abalone from the C.. Do a little bit more and eat a little bit more. Another guy would weave a basket and at some point you trade that guy first basket and you'd give abalone like an and then we'd have coconuts and we we use them as currency like some. It's just what is so to to me when you're fighting capitalism you're fighting what is and that's why it can never naturally work out. That's why there is no version of it working out. I think one hundred percent I mean and if you look at the alternative you can point to an example where it's succeeded. I mean I've seen a kill. Hundreds hundreds of millions of people have seen the decimate economy. And the notion that you know. Hey It's failed one hundred times over and over it's killed one hundred million plus people but you know what it's going to work this time like a slippery slope that my grandmother is so worried about Adam. That's the thing that I it always sounds so good on paper. It always sounds good paper. And it's you know dominating academia and all of these things but again where's that person who's actually lived at. Where's that person who's actually experienced it? They don't exist. Well what I always say. I sorta described it this way because I'm a car guy You gotta Jay Leno's garage. And he has Chrysler made a turbine car in the early sixties experimental car and it makes a cool sound. It'll run off Chanel number five or kerosene or anything and it's really cool but it seems like the future but it doesn't work correct. It just doesn't work now. The old internal combustion engine that Henry Ford put witnessed first car. That's what works best and when I hear guys like Bernie Sanders talking. I hear him go. Well we're not GONNA do a turbine car. That doesn't doesn't work we're just GONNA do sort of turbine car and I'm like no. This one works in that one doesn't work in a your version of the one that doesn't work is still not going to work. I think one hundred percent right. And that's what it is but the real problem is because I feel like mainstream media pop culture. Everyone's made this cognizant decision to sort of be the marketing wing of the left. It's really hard because you don't have anyone holding them to account. I mean you saw green new deal. It's so wonderful right ninety three trillion dollars that's fifteen times with the. US government brings in a year in revenue. So if you don't do anything else not erode not a school not at a plane. For the military you may be paid to stop cows from farting and eliminate air travel over fifteen years. And all of the you'll leading candidates in the president or they sign up for it which more scary is the sort of conned into signing onto a plan put out by a freshman congresswoman who two weeks prior didn't know the three branches of government but they're all sort of signing on Mitch. McConnell actually did something goes okay. Let's vote on it. Oh well that's political theory. I was like no no you guys all signed onto this thing. We're going to let you vote on your bill. Isn't that the nature of it and and him letting them vote on their bill is political theater. But grandstanding about how wonderful this isn't it's going to magically pay for itself isn't and that's the problem there is no one there holding people to account I think trump is that guy. I think my father's that guy and that's what drives them crazy. All man like we can't get away with this shit anymore because someone's is going to be there. It's hard to believe because he'll get on twitter and he'll send some fire stuff off but like he's actually adult in the room as it comes to sort of fiscal responsibility with these sort of things and they are not but there's no one calling them out they're just like you know what it sounds good. We want these guys to win. We're GONNA pretend that Elizabeth Warren can come up with a fifty a two trillion dollar plan over ten years that's five trillion a year about ninety percent of US government revenue to eliminate private insurance. That most people. We're very happy with asinine. I want to make a distinction. Dennis prager does it all the time between laughed in Liberal. I think of myself as liberal but I don't think of myself as left and I think prager feels that way and I think you feel that way I do too as well. You're live and let live I'll hundred percents Alvi Alvi. And that means they did you Dave Rubin earlier Devon talking over eight years is a guy like I totally. I'm live and let live to a point. I mean where I use the example I using the book is the Trans Movement today. I think I could care less man. Identify how you want. I'm happy people or productive. People they they will get stuff done. I think that's wonderful. Do what you want. It's when I started seeing guys at twenty five weightlifters this you know what I'm going to be a woman now and I'm going to compete compete against the women and I'm going to break every single world record in a matter of seconds You know I see it with the bike riding world record and it's like yes we're in the thing where we're a feminist where the feminist title Nope but that's my point example using the book. You may not have gotten there yet is Martinez I got there she was. She's a Lesean she's been an LGBT activists for forty years which is about thirty five years before it was cool right. She did this thing. She led the movement. She led the charge. She came out as one of the most most accomplished female athletes in history and was like. Yeah this is ridiculous and like her people destroyed her rush. She was cancelled forty years who've move. LGBT activism meant nothing. She had to walk it back within days. Her career was over so three weeks later. She has to come out hitting trump now. No one talks talks about like we knew her growing up like she had a similar story too my mother they're both check. They're both athletes. They both escape that they don't talk about that. She hits trump. Because that's the penance that you have to pay to try to be welcome back into woke society and that's the thing there is no you can never be woke enough today at them they give you a woke now in fifteen eighteen minutes. Like you're you're right and well you can't keep up with it. I always tell people. It's call the progressive movement. It's got progress in movement in the in the title. It never stops. It just keeps move correct. But it gets to a point where it's Asinine. It gets to appoint like I again. I live and let live as you want but you start taking away a scholarship authorship from a young woman who worked her Azoff for her whole life to be the best in the in in her state in the country in the world. And you know she's being beaten by three returns runners who were men the year before. And they're taking her scholarship. They're taking her ranking whatever. It may be essay. Where where is this? The example I liked was that M may fighter. Yeah Something Fox she kranj. Someone skull fractured the orbital bone of female opponent in the first round of a fight like well. Yeah because she was a few weeks before you know what I mean like that. We cannot even addressed that there are biological difference whether that'd be bone structure muscle muscle density lung capacity Lick Camman. This was basic science. You know about three weeks ago today. It's like no no no. They were all wrong on this one. It's not I WanNa talk when we got the tool to do I. I want to talk about a listening to the book. There's a couple of things I got right and things. I don't think people know about you. I don't think they know how much time you spend outdoors. I don't think they know how how you took a gap year and move to Colorado and worked as a bartender and just went out hunting and fishing also out twenty eight days in a row. I believe Just you jeep and like a rifle. No that's actually a bow but yeah so going out just alone. Twenty eight days is yeah or sometimes with friends but even even before that I that was my gap year I mean I moved out to Colorado worked in a bar so I could have my days to fish and hunt note during the seasons and just make sure that I knew what I was getting into joining the company or. I didn't want to have that regret some Saturday night at two o'clock in the morning when you're trying to close a deal be like man. I wish I did something else so it was awesome but it also made me realize that I was hungry for more than just that. So I am really passionate outdoorsman. I spent all my weekends. I'm not like sort of on that New York City like rubber chicken can dinner charity circuit. Like I'm actually much more at home with sort of just blue collar guys. When we got into politics I'd go to Iowa? You'd see all these politicians than they're showing up with their token friend in from Iowa that they met five minutes before. I'm there with my buddy in the state police who I mentioned in the book as I've been sleeping on his couch during deer season for the life years. But like you guys do you. You know I've always had probably more of that affinity towards you know blue collar America again. It's where I spend my time at again full disclaimer. I get it. I'M THE SON OF A billionaire from New York but like that sort of my happy place. I've been dating kimberly for a while. She was like I have spent more time with guys that are hunting. We don't even know any of your friends. It's just ideal with enough heat on a daily daily basis. Like that's my happy place. That's where I go to get away from it and so you know it's where I do spend my time and all my vacation time. You know I don't vacation awesome luxury resort. That often go to some occasionally but like you know my happy place has put a backpack on me. Give me a rival drop me off in the Yukon. And I'll see you in two weeks like the live. Out of a backpacking backpacking tent. I love that aspect of it. You you mentioned in the book you stopped drinking. Yeah but I. You didn't mention you were so burr were quote unquote. I'm pretty I'm sober like I don't I you know I have you know. My father had that in his jeans why he never drank his brother died of alcoholism awesome. I used to party pretty hard that way and I think the one thing I had you know a strong willpower to sort of stop but I I can't do it partway. It's just not my personality. Meaning I can sort of I have a couple of beers with you or whatever and you know be fine but guess what the next time I have it. There's GONNA be a couple more in the next time a couple more in the next time and it just gets me to a bad I play in so I'm sort of an all or nothing personality for it so I just have to stop where as I was listening to the Audio Book and talking about hitting the campaign trail and there's many stories about sort of being up for forty hours straighten going from one event to the next and your dad's famously. Has that ability ability to stave off sleep and exhaustion and everything else that everyone seems to experience is that somehow in the genes. I mean I don't know. Most people hit a wall after being up for twenty hour straight or working ants amount and. I have a strong capacity to do that. I don't I don't think I have the trump jeans I do. Think there's an element of it. I mean I follow my father around my whole I mean you WanNa wear yourself. Follow him around a construction site. Oh you'll be there at five. Am You're still going at seven o'clock at night. You can't even imagine you've covered it all fifty times. But he's still he's always had that I mean I used to get the call Paul sort of it. You know early twenties starting to work like. Hey why aren't you in the office on my loads five in the morning on a Saturday like it'd be smart asset. Hey why are you in the office. Daddy's like I am. I'm standing in your office right now and you're not here. I'm like Shit. He's always had that. I think I have. I definitely got some of that capacity. I just sort of even in in the book I talk about later. I lost twenty five pounds because I could do a fundraising call or another speech or call into a radio show or could have lunch which I don't have unlimited time so I can do one or the other so I lose twenty five pounds. You know it was interesting as we're on the book tour because you've done this. I'm sure it can be pretty brutal. We're doing that in my publisher whose center street like. There's a big publisher. We've we've never seen someone work that hard on a book tour and it's just sort of well if I have a job to do like what I'm doing I'll worry about sleep later. I'll take care of that when I'm dead now. I think there is. My father has sort of genetic capacity to keep that pace on four hours of sleep. Sort of what is to will in and I have a a couple of questions one is. I'm an atheist but I just feel like I wanna make hay while the sun shining. Like if I'M GONNA get my car and drive across town own. I tell my sister lineups interviews. I'll Dan from the car because otherwise it's a waste of time correct and I don't think it's makes me super-motivated or super for hard driven. It's just I. I'd like to be more effective with my time. Management is that a feeling he. He doesn't waste time. I mean listen. And he's still enjoys life. I mean you you have. No one knows more about sports than my father. He sees that I mean he'll remember guys stats from years before he's got the memory side of that as well but yet there's always is something accretive for him. There's never you know he doesn't lounge. He doesn't vacation when when we were back in the day if he played golf he played at his courses verses. Because he's like well we're GONNA move that tree over there. We can make this whole better by moving to green here and if we take the SANTRAC so he's always sort of tinkering that's his thing. So whatever he's doing his work his vocation that's his passionate. He's not one of these guys that shows up. The work is Shit I can't wait till five o'clock so I can get out of here and do the next thing I mean. It's his work is his hobby and when you combine those things he just wants to do twenty four seven and that's what he does. What is his schedule? If in fact he has a scheduled time does he go to bed. And what time does he wake up. He's generally if he sleeps oftentimes early but then he wakes up insanely insanely early. So I mean I would say it's. It's literally not an exaggeration to say price leaves four to five hours at night. So when you go to bed is one thing. But we'd see that during the campaign I mean it was like you you get the call at like three thirty up your dad just tweet. Let's get you on radio. You gotta go gotta go talk about it. And so he doesn't. He's never needed it. He's just had you know. Sort sort of a a weather blessing curse who knows but he's always goes and you know doesn't has never needed that much sleep. It's not one of those guys that brags eggs about like. Oh it's so great. He's just never has like I mean he'll go to sleep. He's not setting an alarm clock he just wakes up once he's up he just goes like it's not like okay. I'M GONNA obligatorily set an alarm clock and I'm GonNa be miserable all day and sleep through on the campaign. It was incredible like I saw him. Go and like listen when you're on a campaign and you're giving five six speeches day in front of big crowds like you need to put out energy to get it back right. It's not like you know sitting there on a couch watching TV all day. It drains you and I've seen him get out of their finish up a speech at eleven o'clock at night get on his plane. Take red eye to the other coast literally talk with his advisors all day not utilize that four or five hours of flight. Time to take a nap right land and go right into TV and do another day of TV six seven speeches and not having slept at all honestly at the end of the second day you know he may maybe a little grumpier than he was at the end of the first day but like it's not like he's collapsing. It's it's it's it's a little freakish you ready to name that to do it all right now. I don't I don't know which one you know. These are proper or proper like solid electrical not like the battery operated ones. Where you know the sound isn't there because the power is generated? Because I just want to put some disclaimers in here. I think they're both plugged in because it should be obvious. Just from the spin up. You know what I mean the circular versus the sort of reciprocation. It'll be it'll be me obvious to us. I don't know if it's obvious to everybody and I was Gonna I was Gonna mix in maybe an orbital sander or belt sander or or router but I thought let's not muddy said to. He said in the book I can tell the difference between the sauce onto. It's also by the way a brand name it's really separate hating saw and see. I know that read right. I wasn't planning on being questioned. Aura reciprocating saw. That's exactly so even if I blow it now I get a little streak ready. You'RE GONNA get it all right. Don't say right it right this go a and B Dan you write it down and all all right down to. I already know all right and we'll do anyway. I be- sorry. Yeah that well all right. It's easier than I thought I. Would you like to go well. A is obviously the circular in and be is the souls also asked reciprocating. Yes yes all right. I'm saying yes you can tell from the spin up before the the the circular has that spin up while you're getting the relates sort of moving and then it steadies out. The reciprocating is reciprocating. So it always has that reverb. I know I was just walking my dog here in the Audio Book and I thought I wouldn't be doing my job if fight in having those things in play name you're GonNa get canceled because someone could say oh it was easy. You should have come up with some asinine. Jail like the difference between a five horsepower. Horsepower Motor in a four horsepower. Motor well there are that are more difficult and more nuance but those were the two you side in the book. So those are the two I brought well at least they can't say I'm totally foolish. It all right. I think we're getting into a wrap mode here. Let's see so predictions coming up. What do we got for the next election? And what are you thinking. Let's go through. Obviously the nonsense of sort of the impeachment. We saw this the first time around sort of obviously go into the Muller Hoax in the book pretty extensively. I believe just because I think it's safe to say that I was the number two target of that. When you have half of Congress saying they're going to put you try you for treason kind of a big deal? So you'll see some of his nonsense. I think in the end people win economies crushing it despite literally cognizant effort by the media to be like. It's almost too good. Let's Hope Vale you see them trying to come up with any stats. And then the job numbers come out the next day that are like again. They beat expectations by a significant margin. You see them like almost like Gosh. Trump's is gonNA win again like the reality is man. Things are good people are doing better. Jobs are coming back. Despite the hatred the more importantly I think the hatred so overplayed at this point that reasonable people get it The example I using the book is sort of Twenty Twenty when we launched the campaign. In Orlando you know a forty seven thousand people showed up at two to a stadium that holds twenty five right. So I'm sorry. Twenty twenty twenty twenty when you launch when we launched the campaign aim for twenty twenty minutes so back in January. We did that in Florida. And it was an amazing thing. Forty seven thousand people show up in an arena that holds twenty-five stood out there for two days in the rain and thunderstorms. That was worried. We're no one was going to be there left and you get out there. And they're show excited. I introduced the vice president who introduced my father like electric was right after the muller bullshit sort of came out. And it was like Mr Mr Mueller. Have you actually read the Muller reports crickets and I got back. I got done with that. And it was just as warm thing that so many people partaking taking in the political process just excited to be again living that dream that they believed to be substantially better now than before even better than what they had hoped would happen in sixteen because now you actually. They have results to back up. What we're promises and we're used to being promised? A lot of things by politicians delivery is a different story and I got done as awesome. Then I turn on the TV and you see these guys in the mainstream you just did you see those people they were out there in flip. Flops that must be their formal attire. Ha I mean this. This is like mainstream stuff. This is only fringe elements on MSNBC. And there's a level of the disdain for just hardworking Americans yet. That's honestly shocking. It's frankly frigging disgusting. Well and I saw that and it it just makes me so pissed off but they they still don't get those guys see that they still don't get that even even through their filter that's ninety three percent. Negative people are able to look through. That'd be like yeah. This is pretty good like they've overplayed the hand so much that I I think it has less efficacy than it would if they were even a little bit reasonable with and that's the problem people are like okay here. We go again with sort of the now. It's Ukraine the whistle blowers like they outrage cycle. Was Me Outing. The guy like we discussed it was like why didn't out. I'm like it was his names and the title of it and they just no one wants to talk about the guy that he's he's out there with Biden as his guests at a state dinner that he's literally they're buddies with Brennan like guys we've been through the hoax the first time like you want it to be this innocent public servant. But he's not he's a he's a deep stater. He's very well tied with these guys and again. The people were fooled now if they didn't go all collusion where it's obviously there guys like Adam Schiff since we're in his district. I've seen evidence of like. Wow you've seen evidence you didn't show it rob more shockingly. You've seen it and you say it for three ears to the American people then it doesn't exist. There's no accountability. There's no credibility and so like we're just seeing version number two point zero of that. I saw them shift this this morning at. KTLA going pencil. I asked him if he had anything to say to you and he said if he if he did they couldn't print it so to speak like just obscenities. They're giving me the wrap it up so I I shall respect the finger going in a circle. We'll we'll have to do it again and I was. I appreciate it triggered how the left thrives on hate and wants to silence US and yes. Next time I kept promising myself. I was going to get into this long. Deep sort of psycho psycho psychological dive into how the trumps are made up. But we'll be able to touch on it so we'll do it again. Let's do it again. the books great great. I've been enjoying it and I think in summary I will say this. I think a lot of people have an idea of you and they have an idea of everyone. Everyone on the right has an idea of everyone on the left. Has Everyone has an idea of everyone you sit down. You listened to their book or you read their book or you hear their story and you realize oh they're both yeah they had troubles they had trials and tribulations there things they like like cooking That you like to do or camping hiking or whatever and it will ten to build a bridge to bridge that chasm of I hate him. I'm nothing like him. Aid Ground Walks on. When you take a dive into this book you'll you'll realize that Donald trump junior is a lot more human and you may have a lot more in common with him than you think? That's a great endorsement. Thank you thank you. Well that was Donald Trump junior very interesting cat and that's why we had the secrets. Three secret service. Some say secret Krit Security here and we'll do the news in a second. I Bet online DOT AG NFL weekly. Pick them charity contests. Nfl College College football plus NBA Action Visit Bet online dot h. e. to take advantage of the best bonuses and the business use Promo Code. PODCAST podcast one for a fifty percent sign up bonus matchups week eleven steelers. At Brown's Damn steelers beat my rams last week Patriots at Eagles up. Good game there cardinals. At Forty niners Falcons at panthers jets at Redskins. We've got five hundred bucks. Awards arts give out each week to five listeners and five thousand season-long charity contests join the conversation on twitter with the Hash Tag Sports Sports Net challenge. I'm going to pick New England at PHILLY's my lock thirty five twenty one years two pro-moscow podcast one receive a fifty percent. 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NEW Powerbeats 4 vs. Powerbeats Pro  What's the Difference?

Vector Podcast

08:13 min | 5 months ago

NEW Powerbeats 4 vs. Powerbeats Pro What's the Difference?

"Sponsored by brilliant just a quick update. If you're watching this all in real time apple is announced an online only dub dub DC twenty twenty much like I outlined in my video. Last week they've also shutdown apple retail for the time being they're donating more than fifteen million dollars and matching employee donations to one. And if you have an apple cart and need to miss the March payment you can ping them and they'll remove any interest charges for the month. I'm covering all of this live on twitter as it happens and the whole team is working the clock so keep it locked there for any and all the latest developments. Now who's ready for some New Power Beats I'm Rene Ritchie and this is vector. So what exactly are the new power? Beats four in the age of power beats pro? Well the biggest most visible difference is that they keep the court of the traditional powerbase. They improve it. It's rounder. It's better but it's the same court not the one to the headphone Jack. Because that's been. Rip Since Twenty. Sixteen but the one between the two earphones themselves were power. Beats pro are truly wireless power remain mostly wireless and is any miracle? Max Van can tell you. Mostly wireless is still partially wired. That means you do lose. Some of the absolute freedom that comes from being truly wireless for example. You can't just grab one. Earphone left right. And use it to listen to podcasts. Or audiobooks or take calls while you're out and about and thereby double up on run time by switching between them using one while charging the other and then verse voicing that but if you prefer listening to your music with both ears or just playing your music to shut out as much of the world is possible when you do need to take an earphone out to talk between sets or at a red light or at juice bar counters. You don't have to keep one ear phone in your hand or risk putting it down and forgetting or worse dropping it you can just let one or both dangle from the wire around your neck safe and ready to pop back in when you are and there are still four different tip sizes including the buck saying power beats pro with the new power. Beats you still get real true? Clicky crunchy manual controls. Right on the earphones on the left side. There's a power button on the right side volume track and call answer end. That's different from the power. Beats pro which can be worn separately in so need to double up on controls having volume track and call answer end on both sides. Like power beats pro. You also get on device voice activated Siri so just tell it what you WANNA play. Ask It what you want to know order to control. Whatever home kit stuff you have around the house? It's fully near field. Ambient computing which is all shades of sci-fi awesome. The color options are also decidedly different. Where the power beats pro come in Black Ivory Navy blue and Moss Green? The new power beats come in white black and red red now color is a deeply personal thing and unlike air pods or air pods pro. At least power beats and power beats pro have color options but neither have a full range of color options. So if you want. Power beats pro and bright attention-grabbing red. You're just as out of luck because if you want. The new power beats in the more subdued chill blue eyed much preferred if both versions came with a bright option for those who want their gear seen like yellow orange red and the CHIL option for those who may feel. It's safer did us not be seen at all like the blues. Greens maybe even dark purples. But every time I get what I want. The new power beats pro or sweating water resistant. Which means you can use them when you're working out even in a light rain or if they get splashed it does not mean you can use them while swimming or diving though because that will ruin them at least eventually is just important to remember that seals gaskets wear down over time. So you WANNA make sure you expose your power beats to liquid as little as possible and wipe them down as soon as possible. Especially if the liquid has salt or other harsher substances in it when it comes to technology first and foremost the new power beats get apples dedicated headphone silicon the h. One chip. That's the same. Silicon found in airports and air pods pro and power beats pro and beats solo pro the H. One can run up to ten audio cores though. I believe it still only doing that. In the air pods pro. Handle all the fancy computational noise reduction technology on every device is still handles it super easy pairing with Apple Devices and basically transforms Bluetooth from a miraculous but terrible technology into one that simply miraculously to be clear there is no active noise. Cancellation on the Power Beats. But there isn't any on the power beats pro either since they're all in ear though you will get some passive noise reduction about the same as other power beats including the pro likewise audio quality in General Class One Bluetooth like the power beats pro. Which means good range and connectivity about the same as power beats pro as well and if you're like our resident audio expert. Laura Gill who loves loves loves the new beat sound profile. That's not just good news. That's great. There are also dual beam forming Mike with an accelerometer detect. When you're speaking so they can try and dial into just exactly your voice energetic reject everything else around you which makes them way better calls. The new power beats are rated for up to fifteen hours of music playback on a single charge. That's slightly better than the old power. Beats three and quite a bit better than the current power beats pro which are rated for nine hours though like I said before you can alternate between the truly wireless power beats pro to double that. And their case carries twenty four hours of charges. Well with the new power beats. Which are tethered together. You get longer on a single charge. But you don't get those longevity boosting options. There's the same accelerometer though which can tell you if you leave them lying around and put them to sleep to save on battery life and you can quote unquote fast fuel them for five minutes for up to one point five hours of playback which is great. If you're about to head out for a run up for a flight charging is done over. Apple's own lightning connector not USB on the beats and and the included cable is USB a on the other end which is probably good for the masses but just feel super dated for anyone tech. I mean even iphones are starting to move to cables. That are lightning on one end and on the other. The biggest difference between power beats four and power beats pro. Aside from the cable between them is the price where the truly wireless power beats pro. What caused you to forty. Nine the mostly wireless power beats four will cost you just one forty nine for anyone who prefers the cable or just doesn't mind it. That's some pretty big savings. If you're struggling with the math. It means you can pick up the new power beats and save yourself a one hundred dollars then use them to listen to brilliance and you complete math course library so you will no longer have to struggle. It's perfect for students as they progress through school professionals who want to brush up on advanced new areas or just anyone who wants to learn something new like Algebra trigonometry calculus or even differential equations. Whatever floats your math boat. That's because brilliant is a problem solving based website an APP with a hands on approach with over sixty interactive courses in math science and computer science. Brilliant Puzzles you surprises you and expand your understanding of the modern world. The absolute best thing you can do in twenty twenty especially well you and yours are stuck at home is invest in your stem skills to go to brilliant dot org slash vector and finish your day a little smarter every day. Thanks brilliant thanks to all of you for supporting the show. So yeah the new power beats are here and for anyone who prefers wire to hang them on has been dying for a read option with an h. one chip or just wants to save one hundred bucks. There's a terrific set of new earphones for you to consider at least. That's what I think. Now I'd love to hear what you think so. Hit like if you do subscribe if you haven't already sheriff you care and then hit the comment and let me know. Are The new power. Beats The earphones you've been looking for? Thanks for watching CNN video.

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Your Stories Of Love And Dating During COVID-19

Curious City

14:45 min | 4 months ago

Your Stories Of Love And Dating During COVID-19

"Michael Gorman is single and after sheltering at home for few days he was feeling a bit isolated he heard about a new grassroots dating service in Chicago. It's called Quarantine Bay Bay like your sweetie. Quarantine Bay was created specifically for the covert nineteen crisis. Two women here in Chicago wanted to help people have more meaningful connections and maybe even find love. It ranges dates for people who are stuck in their homes. The organizers pick a match for you and the premise. Is that for that first meeting. You don't get to see the person you just voice chat I appreciate. I honestly wish that the rumour dating APPs that didn't have pictures Gorman's Bay maker set him up on a date with a man and he says he was nervous but it was fun. It was limited to half an hour in that half hour. The conversation really never got slow or uninteresting. He decided he wanted another date and only then did he get to see the other guy's picture. Gorman actually thinks this truly blind date was better than what he's done in normal times go on tinder rich finds can be really superficial. Everybody is pre selecting the most flattering pictures the carefully crafting every single word and the bio. You're not giving people a chance to be an actual human. I'm Alexandra Solomon and curiosity often gets questions about dating in Chicago. And boy from what? We've heard a lot has changed in the last few weeks. The service Gorman used quarantine bay only started in late March and they say they already have seven hundred users or bays as they call them other dating apps like tinder have also seen record traffic during the pandemic so if anything more people are reaching out for some kind of date but of course we're not supposed to spend time with strangers so people are finding all sorts of ways to flirt connect. Go on a date and maybe even get more romantic than that all at a distance. We wanted to know more so we reached out to you our listeners and many of you wrote into share stories a couple members of our curiousity team talked to some of you to get all the juicy details about how dating lives have changed. We've heard from somebody who had just started a new relationship before coping. Nineteen hit someone else. Who's enjoying flirting from a distance? But not quite sure about the new rules. And somebody WHO's reconnected? With a former LAV. And we'RE GOING TO START WITH DIGITAL PRODUCER. Mackenzie Crossen. Hey Mackenzie so tell me a little bit about Max Diner Stein and their dating status. Yeah so Max. In their partner started dating in January so just a few months ago and they haven't seen each other since March twentieth just the day before the shelter in place order went into effect they decided to quarantine separately and now can't see each other indefinitely as Mac says so Max's in this new relationship. They're excited about it but they just got started and Mac says video chatting is nice. It's better than nothing but there's still something missing. Yeah I absolutely when I'm talking to him. I'm like thinking about you. Know like holding him or just like cuddling or Kiffin or doing doing all this stuff right. I miss that so much. It's hard it's weird to be in a new relationship but Max does have a sort of secret weapon or not so secret. They're an expert in sex toys and ordered some kind of remote controlled sex toy that their new partner can control from a distance Okay a remote controlled sex toy. I'm not sure quite get how that works. Tell me tell me a little bit more. Yes so their partners toy has an option to control Max's toy from wherever their partner is so it's kind of like they're together but they're still far apart and this is also new Max. They haven't experimented with this kind of toy with their partner before so they don't really know what to expect. And I think that's a different. I guess like kink ticks floor that I had thought about before but had never been forced in a position to to be like well. We're going to try this and hopefully find a sexy like an hope and hope that it doesn't feel like way too awkward or too weird because what other options are there. Does Max van that? Somehow this forced separation has advantages to it in terms of building a relationship. Yes Max thinks that some good things are going to come out of this both firm. Maxon FOR EVERYBODY. Who's in relationships when it comes to communication because when you can't physically be with someone and you can't communicate through touch or even just rely on sexual interactions to connect with someone you have to use your words in ways that are really direct and communicate more successfully? Because you don't have other things to rely on you just have the screen and you have your words. Basically I mean. I'm not saying we're going to go all the way back to like Jane austen when you wrote each other like twelve letters and then you're like cool we've had one dance and we are in love like I'm not. I don't want that but I do think that like communication of needs and wants in dating is going to change because you you have to have a real conversation with someone you know good communication. That seems like a good thing. Well good luck to backs and their new partner and thank you Mackenzie. Thanks Alex. Another one of our team members Isabel. Carter has been chatting with some of the people who reached out to us about their dating habits. So we're going to check in with them right now. He is he. How's it going great? So what do you have for me as he? Who's up I well? Let's first talk about. Sarah McCall Sarah Story is about making new connections in quarantine and not knowing what the boundaries might be and needing to sort of reinvent those for this new moment. Okay so tell me about what? Sarah's dating habits were like before Yeah Sarah. It loves today. She is a person who likes making those connections. It's kind of an activity. Almost a hobby for her to go out and meet with people. Girl for drinks taxed be in touch on and she likes to keep a casual highway message someone on tinder or like instagram deums or honestly like just text someone like. Hey Wanna get a drink Saturday and it would be that simple and those relationships honestly were like could be pretty physical pretty serious just like kind of little things that were in fast and intense and no longer than four or five months so what's changed since Kobe. Nineteen hit. Yeah well as with everyone. Meeting in person is no longer in options. So she's having to move all of that activity online into these virtual spaces She told me that she has been flirting with someone on an APP called. Draw something which is sort of like a pictionary style game She's been making new matches on dating apps and she even send someone a letter l. An actual letter a handwritten letter. Yes a handwritten letter. She sent it out the the postal service and she's waiting to hear back so she's communicating and reaching out to people and making these connections in a new way this these sort of various forms of remote connections either virtual or letter writing. How is that working for her? The rules of this quarantine. Dating story are very unclear right now and it's almost like a space outside of Reality Blake. Everything is out the window and the normal rules. Don't apply anymore. Is it a kind of what happens? During quarantine stays in quarantine kind of a scenario like none of this is GonNa Count. Time is suspended and get a free pass kind of thing. Yeah I think that she is not expecting things to necessarily become long-term relationships but it's very possible that other people could breed more into that a lot of us are making a lot of connections and I at least four. See for me that I'm GonNa have to do a lot of apologising not like because I'm like a player have game or anything but because it's kind of like this grey area where someone definitely could call your office like double down on their feelings at the end of this. Yeah and I just don't know I feel like really prepared for that. Coveted has obviously disrupted every part of life and dating as no different. We're in a space where the rules. The boundaries aren't as clear as maybe they once were and I think that can be a prompt for people to start exploring many connections more widely and freely. But there's also the flip side where that can maybe lead to some hurt feelings on the other side of this. Okay so maybe pay a little closer attention to that. So it's not an unintended consequence but also you know how fun and get that human interaction. You've talked to a couple of other people including a former curious city in turn Allen Mayor who reached out to us. Tell us about what Alan is experiencing right. Now Yeah Ellen has had a really interesting time in quarantine Her story is about being prompted by this moment to reevaluate some of her priorities. And maybe give lost love and other shot lost love like X. that's right Ellen. Made a connection a few years ago when she was just looking to date casually That exceeded her. Expectations might have been the third day he took me to a poetry nights at the hideout and he read a poem. That really kind of knock me off my feet and I started falling in love with him. Then and you know it took us probably another month or so CEOS to each other's faces I love you but we did that. Pretty quick to and we had like a really blissful first half of a year together but as it does life gets in the way things got more difficult about six months in and they eventually decided to pump the brakes and go their separate ways but they stayed in connection and they always kind of had each other in the back of their minds then right before. Kovin head they had actually decided to end things completely but once everyone was in quarantine. She couldn't stop thinking about whether or not. That was the right decision. She decided to reach out to him but before she could she got a call from him actually decided to give it another go. Oh they got back together. I like this story. I like stories of people getting back together. So how are they doing? How are things going? I have to know? Well they're still remote which is difficult but they're trying to keep building their relationship or as she calls at rekindling so they've been doing things like ordering pizza from the same place and then eating together cooking the same meals at the same time. They've started a two percent book club and they're also doing the famous or infamous depending on who you are thirty. Six questions lead to love by The New York Times and Ellen says it's been going a lot better than she would have expected. I'm not glad for these circumstances at all but I do think that because we've had to be so creative in so intentional that it's possible we've actually covered more ground and like made more progress than maybe we would have otherwise because we're getting into some pretty meaty questions and we're doing it in a way. That's very generous. And kind of safe. Feeling okay so it sounds like she feels good about the direction things are going. How did the pandemic clarify her thinking about her relationship? Cova nineteen is definitely been a challenge. But I think it has prompted her to take a risk living through a global pandemic kind of puts things in perspective in a different way. And they're certainly I think a piece of it emotionally. That's kind of Lake. It's the end of the world like the one you love. Thanks to see. Those stories actually really cheered me up and I'm going to spend the rest of my day thinking about love. Yeah for sure so everyone. We hope finding love or at least tonight's connection and good conversation. Just be aware of other people's feelings and remember you're not going to be isolated forever. What happens in quarantine is actually real? Curious is supported by the Conan Family Foundation. Reporting this week from Isabel Carter Mackenzie Cross in linnea Dominic Jesse dukes and Catherine Nagasawa. I'm Alexandra Solomon and one more thing. I really agree with Alan Mayor. Being with the person you love is really helpful to get through the pandemic and I feel really lucky to have my husband to ride this out with even though his timing isn't always greet. Oh what get out. I told you a recording. Better go tell him. It was sweet to offer to make me an espresso hanging there curious citizens.

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Episode 142 - Mike 'McGear' McCartney

Sodajerker On Songwriting

1:15:00 hr | 1 year ago

Episode 142 - Mike 'McGear' McCartney

"Hello and welcome to who episode one hundred and forty tube so the jacker on songwriting this is simon here is always with brian and joining us today a performer musician photographer and author who fish found fame in the early sixties as a member of the comedy group the scaffold before going onto a wide and very career which included two highly regarded solo albums both which become cult classics one of those albums nine hundred seventy four delightful mcgowan has just been released on the cherry red label in a beautiful deluxe box set chuck full of extras and we met with the man for which it was named talk about. It's making much else besides with the lights into welcome to the show the marvelous mike mcgee mccartney. We visited mike a few months back. Vacaville lovely home in heswall on the will or over the water as we say in liverpool had a lovely afternoon. Mike is a real character fantastic company and a great raconteur taylor as well as you'll hear in a few minutes. Our guest was born pizza michael mccartney in liverpool in nineteen forty four after leaving school liverpool institute for boys to be exact he where as a taylor and an apprentice ladies hairdresser before his artistic leanings led him to join forces with post office engineer john gorman and poet roger macguffin ninety sixty two to form what will become the scaffold. He changed the setting to magadan to avoid accusations of nepotism given his elder brother paul's own considerable success with a set and oh that liverpudlian band originally optionally operating as the liverpool one fat lady all electric show informed that liverpool's hall shortly before it was rechristened as the everyman theatre my former workplace incidentally of course the scaffold unique blend of comedy music and poetry coat with the british public they signed paul phone released a series of albums between nineteen sixty six in nineteen seventy-one touring the u k extensively and scoring several top ten hits including lily the pink and the mcgee append. Thank you very much written during a phone. Call all too paul to thank him for a camera he give my for christmas. If i'm not mistaken i believe that's correct here. Mike and roger mcgaugh also collaborated on the mcgraff mcgeer album and enchancing dancing late sixties curio that combined self penned songs from mike and spoken word material from roger and features guest appearances from such luminaries as paul mccartney who also helped produce juice graham nash dave mason junk mail and a certain jimi hendrix incredible that one was also given the deluxe treatment by cherry red a few years back and it's well worth getting hold off. It's an amazing snapshot of that period. Isn't it yeah it's a really charming. Listen as well in other reissues well with you. Attention is mike's first solo album mm-hmm woman released in one thousand nine hundred ninety two which is just a lovely piece of work. It is and it's my firm belief that the title track is one of the most beautiful haunting songs ever recorded. Honestly i reckon brian wilson would be proud of that melody. Absolutely two years later came the aforementioned majia record at tennessee sees strawberry studios in stockport what's produced by and co written with paul mccartney and boasting wings as its backing band. It's a criminally underrated record and no doubt many of you listening. We'll be as pleased as we are getting not long ago jim moment in the spotlight of course we haven't mentioned that mike was a member of grimm's join this period to alongside the likes of stantione and our foam against neil innes. That's that's right and they made a couple of albums until together. As well amongst many other creative pursuits our guest is also an author and the highly respected photographer and he's published several volumes of of his work including the max mike mccartney family album mike max whites and blacks and remember recollections and photographs of the bills. He took a lot of the earliest photos to the pond as well didn't he. I think he took those s- amazing shots of john paul writing together on acoustic guitars in the falkland road as well didn't they those are just amazing and <hes> it makes surreptitious shots of young paul strang away in their back garden that was lazy used on the cover of chaos and creation in the backyard while we pitch that is <hes> august august is also a long standing cultural ambassador for his hometown of liverpool on earlier. This year received a british empire medal in the queen's. They honest list for services to the community z. Just an all round good egg basically isn't he. He is indeed. Oh and one other thing we should mention is mike's new animated series the weirdos collaboration with edge hill university which brings to life a family of surreal cartoon characters he originally created for the scaffold almost fifty years ago so keep an eye out for that you can hear selection of scaffold mcgaw aghia on solo tracks if you check out spotify playlist for this episode just had to so dejected dot com slash podcast click on mike's page. You'll find the link beneath the episode player. You can follow mike on twitter. It's underscore mike mccartney on the score and on facebook at facebook dot com slash mike mcgeehan mccartney visits at so the jake dot com facebook dot com slash so the jacket and at twitter and instagram welcome aboard sir any new listeners who might be joining us and do feel free to delve into while back catalogue we would also recommend subscribing driving to the show on your favorite podcasts platform so that you never miss an episode and leaving us a nice review and rating too. If you'd like to help maintain all at free status you can donate whatever w. able to spur to the upkeep of the show at so dejected dot com slash donate just before we carry on. We'd like to thank mike von joshua. Here's help set up the interview okay. Let's do do this. Please enjoy our chat with the true one off that is mike mcgee mccartney a and satisfied bid an owner day a hey jude. Ooh mike thank you for joining us on the podcast now which one you come on. I'm signed cy brian and so folks listening to all of us here of bri and si- that's that's right okay now. My first question to you did what the heck is podcast. I'm from the old generation ration- here and so the old way of thing. I think about it as a radio show that basically goes on out online people can subscribe download to the phones or the the right parts. Basically you mean people listen to this. Jim millions yeah oh my god to they realize what's going on. Should we just warn warning. This podcast could go very strange ways as long as we want. Ah long as i warned brian cy here now that i tend to go off. Mike mcgeehan megani tends to go off on tangents. That's all right. We'll stay possibly well. You all did folks bribes. I did say will guide you back to <hes> a sanity okay so that's it mainly. It's <hes> sleep you gotta. Do you think this is all. I episode difficult difficult over the worser. It is his it. Throw all of you here folks three liverpudlians in this room here or oh is we are locally now therese couches and we stand on the edge of underneath alive of birds and i said to dad wants looking at the river mersey and whatever was on the other side of the river mersey on the neath alive buildings buildings on the two birds. What's that over that that said that is over the water. Well we now all because that's over the water because he used to work. Do not only a football thing think born everton heights right at the top overlooking liverpool so from all his life he's only ever known livable and he went to be a cotton <hes> salesmen at the age of bulleting a fourteen year old kid when into the cotton business a little scouser skelly sculptures like his all and he went into it as a job for life and his bosses all came from gas were over the wall in this is place called hazard and they all spoke appropriate because bosses in fact phillies that don't feel that was was a cotton broker. They will want up for a lot of from my dad selling cotton. They broke it tonight. Great cotton so this all this all you listening to be over the water the unobtainable and to end up here in the beverly hills a liverpool his quite an achievement just to tell everyone listening yeah we'd be listening to mcgeer all week <hes> because we know cherry red balloon the reissue. Avi and it's just been fantastic revisits in my strong piece away. It is honestly kids. It's you are not gonna believe what's coming up. I have just before you came off. 'cause they send your things. You gotta pass them and the old days norrie norrie paramor gave me a little acetate forty five a little white label disc of something called lily the pink take the norrie paramour was a record producer london for george martin's contemporaries. Yes he was before joel joel about the same time think of it before and he did all these stars that day cliff richard shadows frank. I feel all those people to tell kelly how successful it. I went to get me as that. They made it white label on a walk down in colorado. You know normal people have wallpaper. Nari paramore gold discs discs in both sides. Both walls covered instead of war favor so it got ill. Mike is the thing so smashing russian now going to test this out. Take a little white label across from nari. Pam was ago pass everytime down london. Go past is news news. Every time i go to houston station to get back oh and went into the muse knocked on jump eels door right got something for you to apply so he said all right and gave it to this girl in a lot and stuck it on lily. The pink started play jane in contributing to the debate the big appeal he says that's number one i said what are you talking about. Plato oops sorry mike it made him listen to all and it got to the end and he said <hes> <hes> still number one and this led the put it on with tally ho who haven't called knock boland's at high agree so that the mcgeer of is going to be really as you say cherry contrary led led by cherries they sell these cherries are going to bring the year thousands of jiang's support on the show showed us the mcgeer of and extras yeah yeah you hear the xs what you do is you get out takes and <hes> different versions. They've got different words on all. This magic that i took haven't been in the business of recording songs for so long tonight. Come back and listen to these things festival. You bought them aguirre. Thank you for saying you liked it because i hadn't heard of so many is it's coming coming up for someone like forty four forty five years and that's a long time ago and so obviously things are gonna date. Listen to this bloody. I tell my head beatles stuff. You know you put it out and you think how is that so original and so fresh and so unique working with the beat lopes thank four long time. How do go mile set. It's a shame to the down. Yes the day <hes> aw everyone that went into the mcgeer went into it wasn't a job. It wasn't getting me money at the end of it. It was a project the brothers karamazov. You've got to be working together since falls then road to in the heavily brothers influence of the <hes> the fire and saying on their those bertha's again after all those years and one going into <hes> is pop record rock phenomena and the other one going into the comedy even getting along with these deaf songs. It was nice experiment mike when you play by now if bloody worked <music> that comes across that you know say didn't feel like where it sounds like you're such a good time on it. Really i'm playing these things. The first one is seabreezes. This may do an affair he's on which very loved by the way because all kids thought of that <hes> that i thought they never heard we were doing during the recording and i said to all could <hes> by the way for anybody of non liverpool persuasion listening to this. If i ever ever say all kid again because i am now talking to japanese friends <hes> detroit friends <hes> swedish flint's et cetera are burke and friend. All these beautiful foreigners repond global. Yeah we all now if i ever they are kit again that is livable lease for my brother or my sister so okay. So what was the talking monarchical. Well you talk about getting started on the mcgeer album where together after such a long time i was wondering did you actually set out with the intention of sitting down together on writing being an album though as it up guys and gals okocha luck of anything it's all kid was was saying right. What are you doing how finish scaffold. I think my to finish britain's. I'm not certain about timings but had finished twenty years years of scuffling so i guess what are you doing now. I don't know whether my wife had left me with really a- girls to bring up after in work that out but the main thing was what he doing nothing okay so. Are you getting money. I said not a lot. You know not being scaffold and not doing that sort of thing. I had to look the things to do to make money to bring three little girls and so <hes> <hes> you know we could try to record together and i said yes okay. I'll join you went down to london aloe. What are you here for. You said you're gonna make me a number one record coming yeah. We'll do that now. Okay then so detail so just three of us in the house ano we do sit around get at the guitar and chinga chinga joan and all these words came out of nowhere. The song is called. Leave it and okay. We're gonna do a single. That's the side and then we went to. I think we went straight to abbey road on that one yet this before strawberry. It was abbey road. We went to it and did this single and it turned out very well. When we were singing the thing in abbey road bogut that day earlier on the day i had done a charity much still with scaffold grimm's os vs monty python and so in not being very sporty. I was booked to put it mildly and went into into the recording studios. It's that one kid and the fabs and scaffold recorded the one you see in on the tally all the time with the staircase. A case comes to go to number two. That's right correct and those days when you went into abbey road three was pink floyd to was beaten missile scaffold and one was the big one. All you need is love and lily the pink that's where recode lily the pink and i told you go from tangents and an for the session lily the be all session men because it couldn't place on so they only stop session. I'm sitting in the with nari palm oil and i said to mike vickers for manfred mann. What's he doing it. The hell is heat win to play on lily the pink we just need a section of a word so go out and he says the on scott a._s._a. Here we goes on jack. Jack bruce from cream said i'll be looking at the dos on this make and to tell you the truth. I think the best thing on this one is we et hiddink getting content boom boom boom boom. Whatever you want jack you do it et cetera so these were the studios we recorded lilly and i watched that on the worst drop in the world. I'm going to top it on the respond. As ten rice said in his book with reference to these sessions he says not repairable produced little pink think with me as the executive produce in other words. It was the camden tim rice with coffee lovely man. I co produced it with our apartment. Actually in the book is written down. Actually have we didn't begin. The majority of that without seeing in all is the bureau all the time. I knew what i wanted for couldn't play the instruments and so long story shows to jack reroof laid the basis such donate all listen into it with an i said right the nice thing about this. Is you know why we're doing win. This record is because of the who these full fee for listening to this must be thinking. What is he the reason we didn't really the be this way with the boom boom boom was because of the who had read somewhere that the who will going know whether we did it at all gone to a dead spot and suddenly back to number one on so somebody asked the pete townsend thing into submission his book off. We could get locked up for this and somebody has feet you know oh. How from nowhere did you certainly get to number isis our very simple really. We realize you're going nowhere. How how how do we give them what they want. So round from the recording studios went round to the local disco and just sat there all evening listening to the music they were listening to an income by into the studio and did the bee doo doo doo tommy. This and we're now number one because we listen to what they get. Oh interesting secret that was so simple so for this lily the pink pink pink right the beat is we'll drink catching contain tenderly the boo boo go and so a replay the recco back finish it all and i said okay. We lost the essence of what we're doing this for. Can we have a base trim raido please. That's the whole essence is the third and and where drank a bomb bomb but one will jack bruce's dum dum boom due to that secret. This is no it isn't that the the engineer said that's the most level a can give on the based on hundred two kim snow. You put so much on this bloody the jacksonville oh we got to have the bump on the based on thought and so he said well a could bounce that down to ban the dow concentrate now another session coming in to have to come in tomorrow c._a. I can do it. Can i over the two yeah okay and so went in the next eight bounce down so old anita with whom boom boom boom goto the irishman on the door. Excuse me can i have the key at the top top of the stairs when you go down the opposite number two entrance little cupboard the i knew that's where i'll get stole the answer. That's where ringo's jones were to. This second on. This punk is the first time the ringo found out that i nicked is well. No we've got to get. I the irish channel on the door. Excuse me on the door can possibly have the key for the topic ono. You can't have that. That's the beatles discovered. I said no. It's <hes> <hes> on the poor's oh here. I had to keep them so because stupid as gave me. The uncut ritchie's drums out took it into number three. The pink floyd went there. It was too early for so got me based on the floor microphone over right air. Send it it ready. We're boom boom boom boom do dell i thought sodomy make it flotsam somehow in the end. I got me ova coat. Put it over the johm and that's the sound of the number you want. Whenever you hear lily the pink on the radio listen to my overcoat based on thaad check bruises base on roger goss jennifer eccles verse. I rang graham. Nash told adam started on the namedrop brian <unk> graeme crosby stills nash and knowing you know x. hollies graham. You've just don jennifer eccles number one. I will take this out of you. Do you wanna come along and recall that first offshore mike so he comes bureau and whenever you hear jennifer acl terrible freckles on the voice all called names so we gave they've medicinal compound now. He joins an older games. Whenever you hear on the radio for now listen it's grim which is so obviously sleet. Grab honest right now. I've i've exhausted miss a thing. That's the time that's one question. The johnny boy is all changed. Things with powell is in a i don't yeah we gonna jump forward against him and obviously he starts off with just a single doing the leave it single so cable do single <hes> we need to be so. I said i'll go along. I the baby just been born. A little baby was in the so my sweet baby and has called on my somebody's song already. Call that mike like other we can call it that so we call it sweet baby and we did it in the back here as you can. All see folks. I'm pointing out the window on new bisexual hi sexual dose by the way boys that was a window in a bisexual though and the beautiful views over the river dee and the top of wales yet not little bit sticking on the back that was my den and that's why we did the sweet baby my brother. Linda and i komo revokes. We did all our kid on the london and utah at such a whole case on the finished track that is not is the attract that was all recorded here. I think either me eleven. I had japanese fan if here the was a japanese fan you know you find yourself when you do. He's one of those japanese one but when you hit them so that don't it is one of us is on the meal and on the all done in the back on the reeboks uh-huh that was sent to new york linda's dad lease but he was still alive then and his son john lead for them to listen to and to a contract. Whatever is the next thing. Is this a vocalism into our get out komo now. Come back here and so the next thing. Was this the coal from new york. Why are you boys doing you. Were playing it ever. When i go ape you this is. This is fantastic this is this is a really maggots. Why don't you boys do an album so this is what you do a single you know. I'm so kidding me inside the right. What's happened in new york. You said you weren't doing anything. I said true not just doing the single how 'bout deft idea. We do an album together. I can do next month whenever is set aside. That time was going to go with holidays to work with you so i don. I said he's well not down in our bureau need some were away from all this <hes> the strawberry studios where he recorded woman and that is a loose field. I i said no. It's great. It's not far tony light three quarters for us drive every day and yet you're not swear we did the whole thing he he was working with any lane lynn than elaine and him he bought in <hes> jimmy mccoll looking and boughten what in other friends i had <hes> my drummer gerry conway was thank you my best friend. The jags conway lovely managed to drive a big holly motorbike strong. If ever been one of those big highly modem i don't i kinda show you my son will back this up a big and so when you stopped it and he said one day just of ago ago that my china move joking. This is a tall ways to put it there. If it weighs a ton of my father would say he just likes maple great job as you can hear inaugurum and what form did the right in actually take for the rest of the songs that you paul's get together in a room and by smell kind of face to face saw saw them in the studio. Yes in the studio would go from here are the i'd get him and go in my little car. He had a a usa drive a rolls royce and then he saw his austin too ostentatious and took it america whether it would mind e- couldn't can be seen in a rolls royce and in britain and so we'd either go michael. I'd take him with the my special. Mike special thanks to make these. It'll make me own drinks cocktail. They call them cocktails. Now on the alvis mike specials and we'd go <hes> to the river wasn't driving would have mike specials every chill loiter around in the studio all day and i would have lyrics lyrics. Maya's room was a little tape record of portable record and so i'd get ideas and it's simply view problem. What are your bob. I'm working okay. The music ching kitchen kitchen and now i need work with was always fascinated me about music and so say sweet baby be inside your bobby crying. I'm much june juku j. j. jank ajay. I was thinking i cannot coke instead of a tank. Chant gonna got date in chen. Oh hold on danger chain no chair that's it that's the one and i suddenly realized that's what they use are out in force in road and they do things like that. There isn't a cord lighter life so invent wall. Make it up. She was kind of direct in the musicians. In that sense the hell was doing no because i don't play a musical instrument. My dad mom died the only way that my brother and me eventually music business would have ever been here. Good morning lived in the professions. My brother and i wouldn't have being music for that. It was in a band of photograph in their thing. I'm jim my expand expand. My dad's van being caught and salesman a nobody the only way you could survive to get a little extra money and he could play the piano to- annacone canaccord not for the easily kind panel on your back to bit it do as jim max van and so he saw the joy and this other life but obviously with mon. Excuse me you know you gotta see like all of us like moma's amid woah nurse midwife health visitor all relative all straight and so this would have never got went on the <hes> first first of all it was a a banjo and guitar kid got a like a spanish guitar and that bought me a banjo so they around the house and then a set of rooms appeared off the back of a lorry and as being the drama well because all kid he's playing dr and then he went to basin with these people use working with to be a group and so there's the drums you'll be the the drama and obey the base and these are the to play guitar and we all sing poku and so the only little problem is we were in the scouts in my brother and i went how this age in yorkshire sheffield knew where my daughter lives now and long story short. I broke my arm. I'm gonna tell you who helped free but i broke. My arm went to sheffield royal hospital for a month in attraction when the traction action game now brought my humorous yen which wasn't very humorous what happens it affects. The nerves got thing yeah that will left hand was dead. It was really like a dead fish unless you've been paralyzed. All the people that are being pounded is up about will know exactly what i'm talking about. It's the most extraordinary thing that happens to you. You're going along one day and suddenly there is a bit of your body audie the as being chopped off what your mind tells you to do move and you pick it up like that on it. Flops down. It's dead. The hand was so took a couple of years to get it back to the same as this one as the right anyway anyway long story short came out of hospital came home. I did notice my brother's. Drumming was rather better and there was a notice to stoke on the drums. Same actor look s on the junket a mijo kid. I was joked the i i was the beatles draw and years later i was in a toll co sex drugs rock and roll roll irish. Doing this got bristle. One of the quarrymen came his name savigny chat afterwards and said <hes> great those falls in those days when you used to talk with us oh joke in the dead but a did really yeah yeah usa yomas involved in so this'll be the rachel quarrymen and john. I think it'd be full george <hes> and in our well house in fourth row by the way we had upstairs indoor toilet impressive. Thank you all the all liverpudlians listening to this and all of you around the world that were working class. People like what we will know. The joys of the outside toilet a lot of wrought up on my god sitting down on that book. Will you know khotan freezing cold bloody. Some of those still existed. It didn't seven seas actually might the house. I grew up in a way but still added outdoor. Yeah we went we had been though and by the time i came of age plush hoda ota but the building was still later on his fourth into letten. I have the luxury of having the nail in the wall with the co-top applicable echoes talk on it for you. Did the trick was to crunch to make himself so that was how we started the mcgeer album and we just went in the on this joyous saying involve this wonderful <hes> rolling out on. I didn't realize how wonderful it was till. I had forty four years later. I've have just been played before. You came because i've got to approve them. He's arguing the fine line. I gots reinventing words and how's it going to hear norton. 'cause i just love that song of the solve scouts aggressiveness until it pick it could almost be a scaffold song them. Yeah you're right well. That's what i like about the album. I've always loved things like pepper like vano wrong where you have little sketches like we don't own the mcgeer out in organising. We have a little sketchy in the middle yeah and immediately. I came back to magical mystery tour others bit magical mystery tour. I wasn't going to talk about the beatles on what got to tell the world this thing because ever see magical mystery tour and they will know fix bonetti. He's not with me. Mom and dad always the sargentini lease now. You know we're got my that stadium. Call is it not danny he comes in as a private thing and then <hes> i'm a sergeant major and arcade is the officer yeah as he was on the magical mystery tour and then you remember if you ever saw it for <hes> exponential advantage on some watching this of watching the film because with during the thing i want you and i said to the director of drake dicara who was on the the beatles and so i said to do one of them probably wouldn't be great to go right into his job and then come out in different places now you look at that bill see whose direction was okay but that always renault owners reminds me of the little institute high school for boys the any <hes> where i went to school from eleven years of age eighteen years a pupil errors your he was one of the ones like when when i first went as ginger lab big boy bully nasty bit at work and he just came for me. I always subtract the lunatics and luckily i had a big brother in the opioid because in liberalism is gopher of boys. It's the old hierarchical system everybody you enough meals school all the people listening when no from this go top for which all kid it was in. He didn't speak to the fallen below. You don't speak to the phone. Bill was an arcade didn't speak to george because he was in the form below him george in tow so to me because i was below him. I didn't speak the bill kenwright the london now impresario and he below him didn't talk alta derek hatton who was below him be a good thing to show ya very good thing we will go into days. Will we but no every time. I hear it just takes him back to. The knowlton is of necessity. No gutter locally gale allow knowlton is a daddy's boy knowlton john join the army. He thought they come out of him. He must be pretty balmy. Prove yourself river bez ital- vocalist on the sound. Don't you like there's no and how has that can very specific delivery but they don't sound like the same guy on so that the casket zora or giving recent ride wait till the new ones as a track on it ideally feet wingfield eighteen with anybody anybody that hasn't heard pete wingfield an eighteen with a bullet google whatever you do now and you're gonna love it is wonderful and i worked at him on a couple of tracks. X one is called. Do nothing all day. Jamaican song jamaica man rotor must find out what his name is. Oh god if you're listening to this. Jamaica you wrote a song called do nothing all day absolutely nothing though they wanna lamey on cressey the ground and do nothing absolutely nothing all day. That's your song you wrote it. I wanna know you are because got to credit here but that nothing all day we did and pete wingfield lovely lay backtrack on a track at the same time for sesame street uncalled a._b._c. with my children singing a._b._c. e._s._p. And i can remember the rock and roll and the enter the sex play on allah ella. This guy was brilliant and then another one cogos on avenue and try. All these tracks are on this new thing if you good boys are might play you attack so halfway through when you hang on the bell because you're early. You're ten minutes. You know we'd like to be prompt. Prompt trumped is blowing off the ranger moods on that record. Though i mean you mentioned some of those songs being beautiful i finally the casket quite beautiful is quite poetic. You know land like kim tied now with the cbo virtual wolf o. scrap of mattielo. I i mean warren unusual phrase that is and what a beautiful phrase other though mugabe words and so to make it different. How am i going to sing it because icon con not that sort of thing i don't do ballads never have never will nearest seabreezes as it were and the version on that just being bland blaine of the album you hear all echoes whatever it is the version on the out takes is me to solo singing it and dan just doing the demo of renault orchestras all that's lovely when he got all these other tracks he got all the mistakes is a lead version on here that goes on for six minutes. It is so lou matchy. We're all i'm living. I think it's getting on guitar. Mistakes made the stephen word. Elite elite is gonna why on this a bit on it. I didn't even know 'til. I listen to just came to tell you. The truth is said of it's gonna why does this. It changes the levy levy levy. Leave it alone just one thing though it sounds like you have a lot of raw materials the time like words from mma goffin choon society known ahonen finishing the casca aska. I'm bringing myself. That was pretty damn good. I am very impressed with me. Answer account can't about it. Don't do it subtly into my head. Jake sacree you ever heard of all good. I did a song called. No lardy dr dr is lady. Di about jake thackery did the original lardy daw song google a._m. Jake racing and his presentation the big man love new does a folksy but when he came on he was different he was like you know wow nice classy leads was in northern kobe for his presence is chiseled features like a met that guy gene roddenberry. It was easy star trek. Yes yeah yeah big chiseled man great knows mind bigger the mind stronger them on really. We looked impressive. Jake factory dot sold. The chiselled looks like one of those thing. He's an american president. Yeah the rock and jake would have this is presence and have the tone and i thought right when i sing. I'm going okay okay. We can recall now okay <music> but not quite the pope singer overall just j. jeff. She paid. If her role i i eat a quite lighter but i did my jake factory for the castle right okay and the album concludes on a rarely uplifting note doesn't it with the man who found got on the moon. The title alone is so striking was not kind of the springboard for the rest of that song. Yeah i was driving home from london to here is kind of car on all that happened. The men in balloons floating through space lied and long motorways ronin erase those fireworks explode all the and then and it made me happy baby me smile. She was just a a a of krishna. I was in somewhere like island end records in another part of london and just the reception waiting to go through and so the little girl with flowers round red ed <hes> was coming in silent flowers krishna she was krishna kid colorado and she was pumped dry on the thing lies only yom mm-hmm receptionist who get your little booger coming in love with you all and she was so innocent so so pure and just as lovely and so that happened again on it made me happy and maybe cry etc. We did that in strawberry in different areas. I was working one end. I'll get it on the piano down the working out how it goes. There's a right now starts on here and then could link the a bit like he he did all found on their own and pepper a canadian link can all into we've like little sweet almost isn't it the way the section source of yes but it it it's not awkward now no flows and flows somehow over we did that go the slid in the with that that was excited the these brera the role for these last but more pat's and that was a whole whole thing about album nothing to lose. Don't know this bloke just being scaffold. That's why scuffled never had any problem with superstars because because we were comedy group comedy no challenge yeah and so everyone will come into our whatever we did then he is knocking on the door so melendez lennon and there's extended never gets off because no fear of him the end up on the floor of the lane lee studio studio long story show next time you go. We'll tell you the full story then put the end thing to do in the league at all so much love me telling him when to come in by topping his knee now jimmy the quite different records that mcgovern gave the do share that very adventurous venturous spirit. Don't anything could happen kind of thing and a lot of it seems to come from your observations of things like the krishna girl all seeing some anthony you're on the motorway or capturing lots of all things and somehow bringing them all together in a song and you're using a dictaphone to sort of capture them put them together is that you mean tool fair ditty tape recorder. I just find it so interesting disability. You've got to pay particular ideas and put them together like something something like. Thank you very much for example which everybody knows. It's just something that you generate a thinner without instruments yeah the assault ally. I play a very fine morocco and tom gary okay. Did you not see on saturday night on the tally the best chocolate ads in the world hours at the roses thank you i'm what was the song thank you very much yeah. That's where i that's. I thought it was just a jingle written for the roses aspect. I had no idea it was sung for us. Note and that was thank. Humana caldera's cavalry rose bowl to get you the car. It was. Thank you very roses. It was quite prices are risky. Move wasn't it to name. Check the napalm bomb in what's otherwise very jovial. Sung <unk> suddenly dropped this weapon of mass destruction. You <unk> have been listening. You do like music. Don't you jumps out for me. I was worn my son joshua. Michael mccartney did tell we because of that they do. The research mutation proceeds as i said my dahlan joking yes please. He's anybody that knows what the hell i'm talking about his ability medal of it and so we did that on purpose because we were saturdays because we didn't believe in the vietnam war on stage. Thank you very much. Thank you very much again the entry. I'll kid said that. I said why he said his two oblique. I said well no. I'm doing all the other stuff off as well as the warmer get into. I said but it's all thank you very much for the family circle. Thank you very much for love. Thank you very much of the sunday joint whichever which ever one you want et cetera all those things and it's very gracious team and so he said and then when he got to number four jobs it might have been an everyone is asking what is the but he cut to that bit were a <hes>. Shall we shouldn't waco's. It's a bit of a bowl thing. We're gonna do it because we believe in. We see on the telly the kids in america america <hes> right they wanna get out and these people these politicians are allowing this to happen. I'm because with the sixties and because for the first time in our allies we out of a voice to do things to say things like this where important and it turned out to be the prime minister of great britain's favourite song the queen mother's favourite song a- televised if you wanna know after this but there it is so nice nursery rhymes a sunday from bonn. Everyone thank you very much. Thank you very very very very very very very much. A who is something that we a felt to be done was awesome. The unions jams and i like the way the liverpool cultures generally embedded in the work as well. I mean there's obvious piece ways in which it isn't a livable lou or in my liverpool home or something like that but those small sole things like aintree ionel debt of two seasoning seasoning that really brings out liberal born and bred like you to in liverpool brought up in liverpool. The is the rock upon a witch. My life is built. Certain things in your life your very lucky to be inborn scouts because this place liverpool is so oh unique always has been always will be tried to explain to americans you know mike is live. Pool is live as well. It's like an island within an island mhm to that guy alain cummings ever heard of the actor and really good. He didn't view with me that restaurant overlooking liverpool oh the one on the top yes panorama panoramic and we don this interview and <hes> he said oh yeah i and you you did the live of buzz as i said <hes> you mean he says you're whistle said yeah twenty years on the telly introduced the live of those my haw aw shook hands as i can go home to glasgow and tell my momma i shook hands of the mandate the whistle thank you aw over does the great thing about all these things you couldn't make him a weird a wonderful thing that happened in your life and it so joyous and again that liverpool thing it's so much a part of you is nice too to show people what scousers are what they are. They've got minds the guy yuma all these things just a typical scouser. Do you know what i mean and all you do is come to liverpool as millions of all funny articulate in friendly semantic place. Absolutely we thought we finished talking about. 'em song woman from the the album of the same name which we absolutely love. It just can't so haunting. Really i think brian wilson might be proud of that. It's got back source of late to period beach boys kind of sound that sort of a theory all kind sounds jim that song the inspiration was it was a moment inspiration. I did the danny baker. Show radio show full one of my albums uh-huh wasn't woman suddenly took out music and he says oh it guys minds me of your woman. How i'm down on his death. It brings so the woman album and it's on tell you there was i didn't know lonely went home and we're wife's on the on the webcam radios and you can get it. She can get it. She didn't wanna come to the radio because he's heard me talking about myself for thirty six years but she saw i think she shoved me and you did not one of my favorite albums. Your woman album area is it. Oh it's so lovely to see that to see me moulmien women. Who are you talking about you. I said i'm on the cover. Should you choke afford. It was a non-rice guy ford and this was a non. I said you know they'll liverpool nurses. That's how they used to look like and i found that old family photographs and woman is every time i hear a cry because it's so evocative when it was seeing it was great. How the hell of finish the bloody thing. I don't know but it's that's me more than it took <music>. Choose <music> dan off. Why and then do you remember the series. Vedic donnie baker did with peter kay a cradle to the grave visa. K. was is that of all the things baltimore. Ultimate bullfrog has a landline company dan. I thought this is too funny so i said it to be tight. Sentiment say now lovely all you damn well and he says he says never mind that he says wait till we get to the end. What what are you talking about your attracts on your woman checks on on the end one of the moment my wife in this series and she she may be having a for maybe not maybe leaving and so very poignant very any pete san you know it's a of yankee not ready with the war track yeah so oh gotta take back cost tape day and then the next thing is well. Maybe why we've been told this. We know it's going to happen and suddenly there's this <hes> reception room empty. It's like a church awesome and what was coming into the placings on the the wedding thing and she changes one round maybe to get away from roseville. Whatever it is and that yeah playing this track background only a bit so every time i talk about. She died on his twelve. These thing never eveline yeah of course it now. That's why it's so evocative. Becali comes from the sell connotes it to fit in to abuses. I mean those piano chords so rich that just kind of going through that with the piano player say note. We need sound like this. Switzerland like that takes knotty achieve out the an authentic. Maria okabe snotty nose blow that whole album was same. I surround surround myself with people friends you know boss muse owes and all they know is to place all all they know is to play rock. All they know is music and it so such a privilege not being museau except on the temperature in the moroccan of male racket by the way we want to give all the podcast listeners how to do it. Is you simply go to any shop in the world and get your america aca. Ca you sandpaper. Take all painter so it's beautiful brown would and then you take the bottom bid out good out we rice long grain rice shoveled into the temperature required to put in your beethoven's via shapes with the tapes and he can do the with less or the amore is can bit of varieties in goma jagged to double morocco's of us use of on several albums because it gives you that is the could get yours because the south then i know you know how to make your own beyond review in the cherry red masters there what elsie you working on at the moment. You got anything else coming up. I'm glad you said that because one thing i'm going to do at the same time is i've been working on. These cartoons have been doing these caught. What is called the weirdos and the weirdo started off the scaffold very first record because of that time mersey beat rule the world a wonderful example how important the mersey beat thing was <hes> to destroy that ugly phenomenon call class upper and the lower classes that still getting away with what's his name rees-mogg those people that stiller they always will be in the early sixties before mercy build exploded to illustrate. How vicious nasty was this class system the week before whereas he exploded were down in london at a party london party and <hes> a bokan is go come over our oil great. Thank you and <hes> enjoying yourself. Yes smashing. Thanks a lot and this is my name's peregrine the oh hello perry seal. How are you love. Oh you were you from over livable anyway cecilia they would literally i swear this is no joke they would turner back on u <hes> because they've explained the from the hinterland the jungle opener north of what north of the wash talk and it's no good to us continuing the conversation because there are no good tours they would just turn a vaccine. You completely ignore you. Ah so <hes> the week after another party london and milan baragan cecilia hello how great thanks and this is my insidious. This is all over you know like i said are exempt from over live livable. Oh my job you. Oh wonderful wonderful jesse guthrie judd free over here chaps look these chips are from reliable wonderful wonderful wonderful wonderful and that is how powerful it was so therefore now we've conquered london and then the world okay goes over all these scouse accents next broadcast asked me about dylan asked me about brando the accident with that powerful little accident seduced the world so for our first record to come kill the world proud liverpudlians. Our first song that we chose to do was a london cockney dodge felt today's monday was the thighs ties month. Mom thighs washing die have reported having he fetch a life for your choose that slow for the whole recode food until it gets to the end son dies church is payday fridays his asia fog wednesday trust tuesday's mondays. There's washington. He's every bone of ope your with me. You casters. He's a rebelled. Hey you're venture life. The <hes> that was on jukebox jury was fight mulligan on the panel and it came to voting fact everyone of course that's not gonna get anyone who didn't accept people's arts except in people's memories. I spike said if there was a comedy chart that it'd be number one and it never see bargain hunt. Yes on the tally to remember that guy. Tim wanna cut at the central time. He's come at the end of the program with the two teams that you won't you blue team in writing you want you love and he said is everybody happy you betcha life. We got him taped. So wherever do another sex drugs rock and roll. I i wish toll a lab on the that. So what do you mean talking back to. The original things widow salted. This was all i i record today. Is monday paula phone records so do especially. I think we're working with names. I think it was then and so we had the facility of right. What are you gonna do and on the front two days monday number two do those one day coupled with three blind jellyfish of insulin. Thank you very much that you you okay. Thank called tech. Speak you think prince might be a scaffold funds wrong. Thank you this is nineteen. Sixty blood ask breath wow voice ago then we did that and these cartoons during the weirdos now which are being the animated just finish animating in edge hill university with l._a. Productions who are wonderful people work with jimmy mcgovern they don't mess around and they like myself have back in me and these <hes> two creatures these creatures strange weirdo the characters and not to go in an animate and i've done all the voices and jordans all things pete dominick mela has done all the animation him may eh i've done i've done all the voices all everything about saw nick to track just a bit from the makira to intro the we it out and i i'm going into the sound bit and so right. Okay go and do blob. Go do biki. Oh out of the talk show bloody eddie gardens. It better be quick located assault that they have so blurb is a big blow to who talk and peaking he talked and i from the backs okay yeah. I'm a grandma said why don't you hold your nose. When you do viki so how how peaky how will you pop what's going on at such and so i drew the cover for the today is eisman die. When you see the cover of <hes>. It's very like blob. It's the big lab and then you turn over on today's today's monday three blind jewelry by paula now speaking. It's sixty seven so all all these years later. I am now going to be putting them out at the same time. That's the mcgeer album. Maybe like any any bonus. Wait till you see the words got the lyric somewhere of the original. Thank you very much. Remember it now <hes> suggestion. Thank you very eddie much vulgarity to gail with their gaston gong. No mike thank you very much for the saigon angel. That's a good old man. The saigon no two oblique families the alluded to before about <hes> <hes> the queen mum and i'm open the castle of may they highlands and islands of scotland skewed me. Take small drinkable water or og ugh. Yeah it's up to you to listen to play this punk ass again and see if my voices chains are too often the stars five hours go to the finish any second okay so we got a call in the castle of may take them taking photographs flow smashing get to the guys ooh. That's a nice well and the majors of the saudi bit late newcomers michael coming in have have some tea and tiffin with not and of course they're all majors. The army retired majors. They run the castle by puta format so charming so we sit down cup of tea and tiffin and <hes> <hes> immediately this major is in the book is actual name and he immediately michael. I have to congratulate you as i was late. No no i go on your son. Thank you very much the aintree. I eh one of the queen mother's favourite songs your song i so oh you do get don't really issues to sing it and the dining room took the diner where they sang this the beautiful table beautiful chaz halton backing. There's a husband the queen mum and daughters i <hes> queen margaret sitting around the table for christmas christmas and new years whenever they were there and the queen mother they would start to sing your song all at the table like all families do or sing along that the group now sing and saudi and the queen mother at one juncture insisted stopping. She had that line so uh-huh signed before he said thank. You very much very very very thank. You very much sees for grace queen. Give anyways thank you. Thank you kosice for her all gracious queen. Thank you very very much. I didn't have heart hard to tell him the words i actually did a book and put the words in and said actually later the actual words. Thank you very much <hes> <music> our gracious team livable brilliant will mike. This is just being wonderful. Thanks so much for inviting since yeoman. Tell knowle's great stories. It's been great. Hasn't we've lost his mind. He got questions. We've always i should have some talk about now. This is just fabulous thank you thanks for having a job very very very much. Hope you you go. You won't talk goes tastic now. Turn that off this one. I did with billy kinsey <music>. Uh uh uh-huh that was with mike mcgee mccartney ad is lovely home in heswall aka the beverly hills of mazzy side uh-huh he did say that didn't he he did terrific bloke very funny and engaging with stories for days and they made a lovely corporate as well yeah even on apple juice with ice in it so yeah great to hear those stories behind those songs behind the scenes info on the making of mccain scaffold and all of that stuff yeah. It was great to discover over that one of the songs on the album was actually recorded right there in mike's house where we were yeah that was thrilling on <hes> really touching how emotionally gets about women still as well clearly clearly. That's rarely still deeply affects them not song yeah and his mother being on the cova think he's quite an emotional thing for him. Yeah i was also fascinated. Hey that eat it doesn't really play an instrument so on those sessions for like the scaffold and mcgaw faquir so we just have to count it conveys ideas to the players and they would sort of bring them to life. Ah we learned he's a master communicator whose knee so these people passing which is useful when you're handling temperamental musicians and he played this a few if the exclusive bonus tracks feature on the mcgeer reissue sounded greats including gave if stan shouldering an ad for dance the do and then when we were done he said right now oka- found us we think he was joking. We were there quite a long time so yeah. We took the photo outside in in the end we did yeah i'm with the camera balanced on one of his bins because it was known around to take so we had to set the time not brought to mind the photo family photo of mike's didn't it yeah which i like to remember that scene in one of his books and the max family album photo of mike with his dad with paul and a few other relatives enroll laughing the heads off on us because paul was trying to pull the coils on the camera to take the picture in a capsule fallen off before he could get back. That's right. I think that's the story isn't it yeah so hello and thanks again to mike for his hospitality and also once against josh pointless in touch with his dad. The mcgee reissues available now from cherry red records and they don't an absolutely absolutely beautiful job when they certainly have and don't forget to check out. Mike's weirdos animation as well so we'll be back soon with more good stuff. 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Top 5 Male Irish Characters: Onward//Hillbilly//Lord of War

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Top 5 Male Irish Characters: Onward//Hillbilly//Lord of War

"Anderson my brother hosts top by Irish characters. Happy early Saint Patrick's GM is this patties with a t or say patties the D- believe it's not because it's Patrick to back. I posted this and most people a voted on my little poll for T- must be boulevard for the tea but some people are like knows how drag like could be like. That's how they smell an Ireland. I'm half Irish myself and I'm not. I used to identify pretty excited about it when I was just just before we begin here. Brian can I just say everybody settle down? With the whole Kuroda virus. Everyone just was. That was that talk. Tomic's okay well just pack it. I think that everyone's overreacting just because Tom Hanks has it now in the face to every once in the NBA can't cancel all authors abounded soon disbanded the spending decision to disband in the entire. League paid out the owner Brigham. Aba Back though all right. Yeah this This episodes a little bit of a different one little funny because I don't know funniest right word. They're talking about an hour and a half ago is when the as the show's recording these when the news broke about not only the NBA. But also. Tom Hanks we're right in the middle of it and it can happen while we were recording. Evidently I don't know if this is absolutely P- private or public. This is public knowledge but I it's been I I have learned that The family that infected the old hangs over there and his wife Rita Wilson as well as much of the cast and crew of that Elvis movie. That has lerman movie. They were shooting down in. Australia was a result of a A wealthy family a wealthy Australian family apparently Paying money to get out of South Korea. Cool paying their way out probably shouldn't have been the very first thing they did was. They just happened to book hotel rooms on the same floor. As that entire cast and crew the entire production of that Elvis movie happen on the floor and low and behold man. I've said it wants to rich. People really have the best interests of everyone at heart. You know what I mean. They're really thinking about everybody. But you know I've been one of these people saying I. I know it's going to get worse before it gets better and I think that that Today was the day we record this Wednesday evening. Today is a day of Corona virus. Publicist Virus I. I do not these. It heard you play. Rana Corona virus had had publicist that day would They begin to raise probably today calls. But we're not here to do corona virus discussion in inhale. You come here to get away from all that news even though Bryan Bryan wants to exploit the situation. What I wanted to Ryan's like next week. We're doing top five break films. Outbreak film decks. What was IT Always the word I can handle pandemics the worthy. Us outbreak films He wasn't outbreaks. It was something to do with contagion but it wasn't whatever infectious diseases. Perhaps that doesn't off Duncan next week we will this week. We're doing a top five male. Irish characters is that. Is that what we're calling a male? Irish care is care from Irish slice. This one that's really. Are there a lot of I fuck other? I've I'd have to be diving deep to really bring ladies. Yeah I'd say it's women's a single one. Be Kind of weird not to never back to late. He's never been a single. It is female empowerment month or opting out of the sword. Nothing that's the official a weird doing nothing but males and not counterpart you wash your hands numerous times. That's one thing about me. I watch my hands all the time. Anyways I mean Karol East Talk Shit about me for washing my hands as much as I do. Corolla virus SITS CORONA VIRUS TORONTO. All right let's get off of that primary. Let's get off that We should talk about Max Von Sydow. Yes passed away item number. One Max van sit out. Khurana CORONA buyers patient zero hook took them laughing about a man. Don It struck me as I think about it. It makes a lot of the power of corona compels. You that's right the power of what are we doing? This is not the corona episode. Let's move on Max. Von Set out passed away star of the exorcist stars quite we? I think it was the main character. What people don't realize because they're like Holy Shit hang out with the main character while he was the one he's the one that was Reagan story. It's Reagan store. And he's the one hundred went the transformation relating to hear the growth. I guess the younger priest had much more to do with the storyline. Shows up there at the end there Bryan and he says the compels you park people. Don't realize this star but he he was weren't shit like people acted was still alive. It's a gap. He was like forty four. They made them look oldest. All this dirt back for the movie of the movie like Brando during the Godfather. He was like four years older than than. What's what's his name. Geo Out Genie. I remember to fourteen years old. I'm just a little hello to listener. Ted Peterson I know. He's going through some heavy shit and he wrote a very nice email saying that our little show helped him through a very difficult time in his life so all of them a nice little Hello hanging their head I can only imagine All right let's get to some good luck. Fan Flick Sean. No we have not mentioned once and we should mention it now because we'll never mention it again. There'll be never opportunities where God I will. Cut Your fucking Mike if you had something to do with the Virus Harvey Weinstein a twenty three years in prison sentence today. Moment of silence for the victims. I don't feel sympathy all harbour. There apparently he was Bob. Weinstein up to these days in the shadows hiding out. He's crises in huge shadows hoping for below over. I guess Apparently it wasn't he one of the ones kind of like helped bring them to justice he do some reporting. I don't know that was one accusation that I heard about with Bob but I think that that got with I think that got thrown. Yeah apparently he was harvey. This is now a in court was just kind of babbling incoherently about how all the people that he's helped in how people at the Oscars always think him and just like his plea to the judge before sentencing. I can't I would love to hear the audio of that just in like I am. Birth number of people Many many many women I did not grow are plants in Toronto. It's similar to at the time shower was dirty smelly mysel- shatter neater shower just coincidental. That she had. She thanked me afterwards for well. It's like bill cosby. It's like the guy gave up millions to charity. The degrees and I'm sure he held a lot of people but it was also a monster. Thanks how do you keep corona virus out of the corona out of the president's own? No awesome it's not locked down. It's going through there but the guards go home now. The prison pop is going to get hit hard serrated and there were already like on quarantine. There's no quarantine now ohno tim on lockdown inside the cell he is. I guess all right okay. Selley can we get to a the episode violently? Yes talk about some films after this though Fan Fluke fashion. Yeah go ahead you care about and actually this is a lengthy one because I I. I grabbed a couple from last week as well. So like to think Mitch for putting this together and Here we go John Tomato on facebook he I saw early screening of Anti Sandberg's big New Sundance Acquisition Palm Springs even with it's unavoidable comparisons to the beloved nineties comedy classic. It manages to have some fresh ideas with a great setup. Fun But can't quite stick landing with the disappointing cop conclusion. This springs were documents. Still it's probably Sandberg's best attempt to date of combining his heightened comedic persona with a more grounded believable character. I will be seeing guns. Akimbo says at Brian Underscore five five four on twitter guns Akimbo if you enjoyed hardcore Henry and shoot 'em up this union. This should be up. Your Alley. Says Ted Peterson as well. Hey Ted to to mention instead. Look at this guns Akimbo rights. Ted reminded him of crank and Scott Pilgrim plus wanted. He had fun watching it. Christopher Dombrowski on facebook because Max Van Bonds Sydow died. I gave the Virgin Springer. Watch it turn out to be rape. Revenge flick set in medieval Europe. Fun Think Ignorant Bergman doing last house on the left now. I must see this movie. I have to see the Virgin Spring. Now where's the streaming canopy Criterion you just make that up or it seems like they kind of moved. I look it up. I'LL LOOK. I'll look looking for fashion Kim version of what the Virgin Spring Kiana freaked on twitter. It sounds like that's his full name freaked on twitter. Keno freaked ACURA freaked. Who is a twitter user? Come to daddy which was pretty good. American honey which was flawed but wearily hypnotic and touching and Fritz. The cat which I'm guessing hoping is one of Anderson's favorites I have not really guess can't be under streaming exactly where exactly where it should be all those well done. Yes I have those too. Even though canopy lies quite a bit when they don't have it set up on. Just watch too well. I got a lot of time is extremely canopy him. I thought to the canopy no regional. I could change depending on. I guess the it's weird county to county hooked onto your your library at their library's got shut. Those guys down can't be returning books with the Everyone out nine day living on surfaces corona virus. Out Get out of here. Put The put the magazine down sticks when the newspaper down on. Stick like it's got to be done right. Because also the homeless congregate they congregate in their out. Imagine so oh the electric scooters who's going to be using knows somebody bird's eye lift the birds Uber. Oh no that part online. You don't mind lifting going away. What are you talking about no no? I don't mind getting in and left for who knows who's going to before since anti anything you just don't touch. Close the door like Valet. Should we Start making some kind of like film. Vault related has met suit. All merged with masks the mask. T.f Masks I'm the one who brought that back. I apologize finally finally Melton Rick on Facebook wrote. He saw groupers for the fourth time. It's graduated Sunday morning. Rotation love it durant. So far is my favorite character. The scene with him and talk. He cracks up definitely interesting. But not pressing that's aligned for movie Mitch. Who compiled this list for us? He saw invisible woman and loved it by the way and onward was pretty decent. Last Act was miles ahead of the first two. I just dovetail tail into. Which do we do it? Time to confess the flex we've seen in the past week little segment week off like fashions and let's start with the aforementioned onward on we're unwarranted. Anwar Onward is a twenty twenty. It's in theaters now directed by men and Dan. Scanlon Dan Helmed Monsters University. I've not seen muster university one. I saw what I did. I think I signed you monsters INC and I loved it somebody somehow. I had to watch monsters university and it was good. That in hard to I think was their cars three. I believe so fuck. There's three that's not costs just rude. Soaring voice talents of Tom Holland. Chris Pratt Julia. Louis Dreyfuss Octavia Spencer. Excuse me hiccup sitting in a cool eighty seven percent around convenience. Yes forty thoughts on. What is it on the RT? Eighty seven percent. How do you know that because it's on the book of PD Bitch? Are you sure that's how your eyes are wide right now are you not peruse and the RT studying? I'm studying you look very you? You're acting very very suspicious. Let me tell you I okay. Here's what here's what you need to know about this movie. I'm concerned with the the absence of last John. Lasseter WHO's at the helm of for for decades concerning a inception. There's pushback wasn't a push back quite a bit like last year but that that's kind of par for the course with a lot of these big movies with voice acting like they're they're pretty easy to push back. I think not not important. I concern however I have faith and I looked at the poster and I saw the trailer and I'm thinking like how is pick are going to do this? I have a feeling that do it. And how are they gonNa make me care about these these dorky dumb looking characters? Because I don't care about elves I don't care about blue people Or blue of elves. And I don't I don't care about that. Mystical hand mental wrong swept away. None of this looked appealing to me. I agree trailer uninspiring. To is like when they started showing like the half dad and the weekend at Bernie's angles. I didn't even see that's really really talked much shorter. One short one I remember and then the full trailer was like all about the half dad and the sort of weekend at Bernie's structure so this story is about two brothers about the relationship between these two brothers and I'm aware of that and I do believe that part of the reason why I did fall in love with this movie so much the way I did. I I love this movie. I really really like where it's nice to hear as because I have a similar relationship with my brother and Interested in there are some parallels there and the whole father thing now being myself. I think I was definitely affected by that as well as interesting. I I like the writing of this movie There are some things that absolutely did not work. There were missed opportunities that bother me. Mainly Octavia Spencer. I really like her but I did. Not like her character was very. It was too stupid and it was just a dumb stupid funny mentioned sort of brother relationship speaking to you personally and affecting you personally. And that's why you love to like this movie to maybe not quite as much as you but I did like this quite a bit and I will not say what happens towards the end of the film but I will say there is a There is a emotional climax that you can see coming from does from an hour and a half away. This is where this is going and it's going to be devastating when this happened. And let's get you what happened. There was this guy here. We go just tiers tier obviously a week a week point for something to be incredibly foreseeable for predictable to pre telegraph. Something that's happening still landed but when when you know it's coming in you know it's inevitable and you know it's still going to get you there's something almost flips one eighty and makes it super impressive absolutely. I. I want to talk too much about it. I saw this a slightly lesser version of COCO which is a really good movie and this is still very good. Absolutely Great Coco was like a like a four and a half. This is like a four and a quarter that's the themes of death and the afterlife paternal relatives who died too soon fatherless. Boys and then of course Coco. Had the exact same thing like our our left in the movie with that that song the grandma. She's GonNa die if she for. Oh He's going to die if she fucking song she's GonNa Sing it too and it's the coca might've been like a full half star better than this one but this one still really good. This is definitely top half Pixar which I mean. It's there's bottom half and top half cars cars two he got dinosaur the dinosaur and for sure. This is a very good pixar movie which has a lot to those funny. I I the the overall quality pixar are pushes this into the bottom half for me. But that's still a very good movie. I I'd have to be somewhere in the metal but I think it's probably towards it just just edging into the tights. It's worth your time. It's very brave. I'd like to Pat Brian on the bag. Breath pat myself on the back for braving the elements going into a public theatre to watch onwards so that we report on it to you now when when and where did you see how packed the theater. I saw it at an AMC my MC. And I was one of the people in the eye to solder name. Csi ONE PM on Saturday the day after it was released and there were maybe eleven twelve people in there in the theater itself. The complex was kind of a ghost town. Yeah it's concerning because back to corona when these things happen and massive obviously people dying and I'm concerned about you Brian because when I first got here tonight and talked with you and your wife about my concern about you being a little more susceptible but on the other side of things with business like when I go I. I remember the strike. The supermarket strike happened a few years ago. You remember that. Remember this year but this does not affected a lot of supermarkets that were twenty four hours because that was my thing like I gotta go supermarkets. Three four in the morning like after love line in going there drunk and do my shopping they. They stopped being twenty four hours because of the strike. They couldn't do it anymore. Strike ends and everyone that never went back right and also there's this my theater is about to shut down because it's attached to this dead mall this mall longer functions. Is that four things left attached to the mall. Reuss Chris some other kinds of Italian restaurant and the movie theater. Those are the only three things in this entire mall giant ball and everything is shut down. They they didn't go inside the landmark because that got taken over by Google is true. So this Shutt- so what they're doing is there's another because I live by three fucking malls or three separate malls in my neighborhood. It's absurd so many mall smallville. So what they're doing is a repurposing. His mom appointed stadium. And and that's that's not important. What's important is they're moving the theater. Amc The big AMC. It's going to one of the other malls. It's quite healthy right down the street. It's going from sixteen right now. It's a it's a EMC sixteen guess. Guess how many theaters is the new one. Twenty to twenty four. You'd hope you'd think but no less other other direction or no twelve not a not a nice sign of the Times Trend. No took over a sears. It's going to be where the old sears is. Not Zander's Deign to roll the what happened to the robot sears Roebuck what happened the Roebuck killed Roebuck. What happened often those an George Carlin bit? Oh you probably didn't do onward highly. Recommend I don't know if it's worth your life. You want to see a quick pick what I was thinking about my touch. Your phone put up to announce. Do we really like the movie. What do we really like onward? We like it enough to make this the listener art or should I just included. I gotta I gotTA touch it up a little bit of a bad way. What does that in front of? Though I'm standing in front of the van from all I thought that the boy art me on my shoulder and that's that's that's generally your boy we're going to veer Jennifer. You're going over. Here is the boy. I knew it the boy did not. I felt weird going to a child and children's movie without my child and I don't think he would have liked it. We took him to impractical jokers instead. And I don't think that's appropriate for. It's a small. It's like the tiger. He liked the tiger more moves. Let's do it we saw. We both thought PA finally paying off. Now what was what was the impetus for this did is is. It's becoming up. Lord of war has been coming up for a while. That's right finally. We paid it off. Laura War Two thousand five film written and directed by Andrew. Nicol you may know him as the director of Gekas. Here's the in time. He came out with a bang. I came out. And he's like declared I am here as a new phase of sci-fi and then he did in time and it was like and then he did Simone which I was like I line for. Oh boy. I'm telling everyone yeah. It doesn't look good. Does look at what? Wait till you see it because this is a guy that may get a visionary. It's the guy that Mechanica and then I went and saw Simone and felt much. Shame when I go no time you know I thought it's got the old instinct guy. The guy in time as an example of a movie that had luck going for it when I'm doing it has some moments but is overall not very good. He also wrote the Truman show this stars Lord of war stars. Nicolas Cage Jared Lito. Bridget Moynahan Hawk. Good-looking letter is before leto. Became a figure that he believes himself to be. I can't find easy to watch easy to watch. He wants you to scenery. He wants to impress watching not so much anymore. Apparently sixty one percent rotten tomatoes a little better than that better. I mean there's some big problems with his moving movie has problems. It's a flawed. It is very flawed but it goes down smooth. How's it it's a movie kind of catering to almost like an older crowd. It seemed like they pulled a lot of punches interesting. I didn't consider that one I was watching. It was definitely a movie that should have been harder to watch because of its subject matter should have been more effective to the audience tried. It was Arielle well rounded with soft edged already film that was easy to consume like. You're not looking away. You're not turning away what you should be doing in a movie like this. It's covering why don't you get into what it's about? Lord of war by the Stream on Amazon Prime Yes so the idea is that Nicholas cage is this sort of believe. Is that what he does? Kinda just a low level you know whatever just do play in Brooklyn nameless. He lives with his parents. Essentially his brother Jared LEHTO and they're not super successful however Nicholas cage gets. He gets this idea one days like he struck with this idea. He watches a man. Get a couple of guys get killed couple of would be assassins and the Russian part of. That's a pretty good seeing England of new. Your Little Odessa. Little Odessa desk killed and at that moment. He's like oh just like restaurants You know restaurants are great great idea because he got to eat and also you know everyone is a gun so this becomes sort of almost scarface esque depiction of his rise in the ranks of gunrunners. He's he's a he's a warlord. Get the other guys. The warlords or a gun runner and he becomes He starts off pretty small time pounding. The pavement as he says this is like selling vacuum. Got a pound the pavement. You gotTa make connections then becomes all of the successful and more success. You're you're describing what I would've liked to have seen I think but what what happened was pretty steep escalation. It's Kinda like he was sitting there. There's that scene where he's drinking coffee as parents restaurant with the borsch. And within ten minutes. He's got like seven different identities seven passports and he goes up into the he goes from being aimless doing nothing with his life to like almost a James Bond character. I did like when he was incompetent arms dealer because he tried to approach you mentioned in homer's India to eat home plays like like the legendary gun runner and Mike Nicholas Cage is trying to get a hold of him at some sort of Sort of military or convention or something anyway and in home kind of brushes amok. You can tell right away you small time kind of like the whole trump thing where you know. Obama kind of made a joke at trump's expense. And he's like I'll show you slighted. He was embarrassed and then he said I'm going to crush you now. I have motivation crush you. But I didn't really. That's one of my problems with this movie. I liked the movie but Nicholas Cage. Did Not really channel that kind of character. He was so kind of Nicholas Cage floating through the performance. I didn't see him as the Taipei killer that he kind of needed to be for this. I don't think it was miscast as much as throughout the movie. He was always like it's just business. I'm not getting involved in this like you guys had a plausible deniability to where it's like. Hey you buy the guns what you do with him as your business right and that was of course so I wrote down this one girl that I love so much because that was I think that was actually important because that was his character throughout the movie at one point. He's having sex with women. All he's married to Bridge Moynihan model a beautiful model but he's having sexual when all over the world as you imagine and he says at one boys despite your other women I always made love to Eve as if she was as if she was the only one I love his his cognitive dissonance. He made it sound odd. He made this movie more watchable enjoyable and I went down smooth and it wasn't like jagged glass which I already said. I think that part of this movie should have been hard to watch. I'll give you an example in in a minute but at the same time I told him on Tana I believed his rise to power I believed his need for the power and his insatiable appetite. And I didn't get that with this. A fait accompli. Like I'm going to sell guns until I got rich and that will just happen and like nothing you know. I wasn't good at anything else. This was the only thing I was good at. Let me just say this real quick this. This movie came up a lot way back when we did Tough I've opening credit sequences and the opening six was one of the best things that was pretty. Sweet Yeah I think that was on the listener's list rightfully so that was the first the first note that I took on. This movie was holy. Shit what a great so it's A. Pov A gun from borough bullet a bullet. Yeah sorry from the birth of the bullet to it's from the American factory where they're like cutting the steel. Yeah and and and all the shipments and all the different places that ends up which we become familiar with as the movie unfolds. A lot of these places where they're put on the backs of trucks and now we get to see through cages characters. Pov as well but that the time lapse of the plane getting dismantled in Africa was great. It was inspiring. Pretty fantastic production. Is I was fantastic? We're thinking somebody techs my God. There's so many tax from the places that you have a very interesting story and like for somebody like me who doesn't re- much better made for a great article. It's based on real facts about a real life guy who actually did all this stuff and it's always a challenge to Base your entire story around antagonise which essentially this guy. He's not an attack he's a he's an anti hero but he's not a hero he's he's a piece of Shit but you Gotta. Kinda like them while you're watching it because cage but you're not really rooting for him because all along you know what sadistic cold hearted bastardy is that he's funding these things. Somebody's GonNa do it. Why not be me I I D- I just I. I always hated the guy even though he's in a cage who I love right and then when they could really show the brutality of what he was funding even ironically not even gun related but when I'll just be a little bit vague year for those of you. I'm not seen it. There is a a mother and her young son who were running from Some men who are brandishing machetes and then the ten or so men surrounded them and it was a long shot so he doesn't really for the for the mother but then like when they dissipate and you see the the mother and the son and there you know. I guess that they've been at the wrong end of that. Those that that Gaggle of machetes and they have a couple of streaks of blood on their head and it's just like I didn't need to see this member bodies but I mean it was that kind of a cartoon cartoon violence and it was such a such a serious subject matter and it kind of pulled punches. I guess yeah and I don't think it would with a more sheltered crowd like an older crowd. I think they'd be like Oh. It was startling when that scene with the in home happened. But wasn't I mean I mean it was but it was like I do like the move to flawed but good it's like B minus is also an example of the Moebius that I'll remember forever like the airplane. See the opening credits interrogation mom and the news. There's an interrogation scene at the end. I'm like I say who's between. Or what an evolves. But there's an interrogation scene. I loved it allies. Remember things like that. So good job question mark. Where will speaking of interrogation scene the and for those of You? Who have seen it. It's close your eyes and think about that scene and it's where I also wrote my notes Ethan. Hawke couldn't use a little more Ethan Hawke. Yeah he was hardly early at a Hammy. Oh yeah he showed up from three times. But there's a scene towards the end. The Brian Stock and went with an interrogation room enclosure. Is it and I think back to that interrogation room. What the fuck was that room? It was it was a decorative it was like. What do they build that on stage? What I looked it up. I was trying to find out information on that particular. I I couldn't find anything. But it was an elevated floor was tiled non just kind of nondescript or the table in a couple of chairs like you'd expect in an interrogation and then there's steps down and it was a longer room steps down on a wall with RECYC- lighting re re receipted lighting blue receded lighting with this What do they call it they built in I like recessed recessed lighting with his built-in bar. Almost that went the length of the room. You know what what they so they were in an airport and I think they had at the airport. Was that like I. I don't know maybe it was like an and I think it was outside or something might have been like a Weird Eastern European borrow employees. It was bizarre. We're out. It was eye catching got one more movie to. Flick Fan. Okay you WANNA go. I always assigned film. I give you a choice right and you did all right. Did you chose choose wisely well. They're they're both about their puts. One percentage one of each other and rotten tomatoes. So that's not how you pick up movie. I watched the trailer her by told you one would be more up your alley really. Yeah Listen Up Philip. I watched the trailer for both interesting choice between her smell. Or LISTEN UP. Philip both directed by written by Alex. Ross Perry I watched the trailer for both to see in the mood for before. I'm GONNA gase went for listen up because it's more your vibe and because much shorter though. Isn't it possible? They actually much shorter yes. I was offended that you say that because Philip. The trailer was very wes Anderson. I did not find that interesting because of Jason Schwartzman. It's you you just think of of West when you see him now. That's going on this really her smell all right. Let's let's sing the praises still. It was okay. It was one of the greatest Acura performances I've ever seen Anderson is referring to the titular character. The tits tits. It's our specs. Elizabeth Moss Plays Samantha. She and her smell. I felt about this movie. Like you feel about motherless Brooklyn which is without a tremendous performance at the center. This is a borderline on. Watch movie I I I was. There were stretches where I'm like US still going on but I was magnified. Umbrage brandy would even bring motherless Brooklyn up when it's such a different movie and that movie was so overwritten under this is this feels like mother and so that's interesting so I was wondering at certain points like this is. How much did this improvise? And how much of this written? Because at certain points it did feel underwritten a certain savell overridden because Kyle L. is with Moscow's dialogue is so verbose. So that's Herman experience. You know what I mean like trying to is like all. Mcqueen's come in Queens. She's manic I totally most manic. The most realistic manic episodes. I've ever seen committed to the big. It has a tremendous performance. I was I was Mesmerized by I couldn't keep my eyes off her definite Corny love whole inspiration. Shirt meets axl. Rose maybe you know. Sort of the diva like. I'm not much time for is not going to stage a period piece too. It's supposed to be the mid nineties mid nineties that it's almost like a love letter to that Era Albatross Perry. He's an experimental filmmaker in ee. He does take chances in this. This movie does feel like mother and the way they're kinda floats in and out of the chaos ensuing from the character's point of view. But I'm glad you mentioned chaos because the the movie much like This character that Elisabeth. Moss buys the movies chaotic as cacophonous. It's loud. There's a lot going on. There are constantly backstage or in green rooms and while she's melting down or having these these bipolar episodes like you said episodes. There's your crowd and pounding and just and just was was it. It'll drive you insane. If you if you pay too much attention to it. I can see the sound design was phenomenal but lent it so much to the movie. However without this the movie lean on the sound design a lot I think imagine with Allison is the CO starred as the mall without the sound design and without her performance. You have maybe one of the worst movies from last year. That's exactly what imagining recasting with somebody who couldn't pull that off and not just having an actual sounds of the boring room like this. Hudson or something. I believe this is. This is the worst movie ever seen. It'd be pretty pretty hard to watch the so. It's hard to even judges a movie because the narrative is just so weak. It's it's a character study and you're following this fascinating person around for two hours and if that sounds feelings. You don't don't mislead people and thinking that it's just like two hours real time because I mean there's flash forwards backwards and you see a full arc in her story. I really appreciated the end. How it all tied up to realize afraid. Who's GonNa get your ovarian the very end? I was fine. I was happy with it. That's funny because when I'm not I'm not giving anything away but I was expecting it. I think you can't help it. Expect it to go a certain way and I need that. There's a big musical number at the end. This supposed to be like a great song by the way I hated. That's all I listen to what they wrote down. I'm like that's impossible. That was a hit in the University of the own way. No way it's great. It's great it's great saw. Didn't like it to the aforementioned and you also like puppies. Excellent point out that definitely appeals to be able to eat and mid nineties midnight. So let me only four songs in the whole nominee lien on your punk expertise here because my my my gen generic understanding. Layman's understanding of of what like in my mind. There's two kinds of good puck. There's like the the Shyam lays myself myself successful punk. There's the blink one two and there is the some rock on the other side. There's like you said the real punk rock like the agro like we're not trying to make good music. We're trying to put on a show and like and like make these angry Cathartic music and it's made by people who don't have to be that musically inclined you know the musicians will fall in love with the craft like Wean and they will become very musically inclined in any Volvo over time but the whole point of punk was that it was an attitude and you didn't have to know you know two or three chords could bang out songs like Tesol and Jack. Jack has a phenomenal story. I don't know why that Guy's written a book yet. But like they went into a church friends or we should start a punk band and get chicks and they went into a church just stole a bunch of PA equipment and stuff and kind of taught themselves over two or three days. They announced that they're going to have a show and they talk themselves their instruments two or three days and then just started making noise and some of it is hard to listen to and you got the germs. I never got into the germs. 'cause I couldn't but like dead Kennedys. They got great riffs and you can fall along. Tesol I love like Some of the early pop punk right but then and then Green Day came out and gained. Call themselves punk. I wish that punk was not even a part of it because it's not punk rock. That's not punk right. Should have been called something completely different because the hardcore punk rock of the early eighties is very different very different. Thank you for educating me and said about Lord of War I will say the said to her smell. It does not go down smooth. There's a hard wash but you're going to see one of the best performances female or male one you've ever seen lives. Moth is pretty. Maas is pretty fantastic. Two hours sixteen minutes. And there are some moments where it's like where we're going the Bryan Adams Heaven Song Fanta. I was gonNA bring that up. Do that move. Yeah it was. It was in real time it was on. Yeah full. Full full impress oprah breath smell not for everybody but I'm very glad that It exists and it gives me even more of an appreciation of That second generation scientologist known as Elizabeth. Mossel I have one more new. Peggy was going to be such a such out star. My God Brennan Snyder. Thank you Brandon Snyder. Brand for I bringing this to my attention. There's a movie on who knew who knew and it's called Hill. Billions the documentary hour. Twenty seven minutes brisk and came out twenty eighteen and it. It's it it deserves to be watched by more people. I have a feeling that not a whole lot of people have watched this. And it's and it's an important movie in the sense that I'm very happy that I watched it with my wife Without giving too much away about my wife I love her very much. She was on this show. There's a bunch of giveaway. She's a social worker and she's fairly set in her ways. Gold Card a gold very educated Scott. Her Masters degree. And you know she's trying to change the world and she's a bit she's very She's she comes down on a certain side of politics and I don't and I think that's one of the major problems with everything right now. I think there's too many people I'll just listen to this but there's so many people like her and there's too many people that are just as entrenched on the other side and that's one of the major problems going on right now in similar in the sense that they're both vary based on you know especially on what your wife does for living there with. Very empathetic you know what I mean. They feel for other people and they get affected by what happens to other people. And to-to her. It's just a no brainer. Yes you do. The the socially correct thing you help other people and there should be large amounts of money to go to that and in in getting there. She hates and hates wrong Strong word but she just thinks that you know a lot of Republicans are just simply wrong and she. I think I just listen to this. But we do argue we. Are we debate? We discuss The motivations for not only voting trump but also just republican to begin with. And she tends to. You know suggest that you must be some sort of racist or in a lot of the time she'll come down with that attitude and I'm always saying there's way more to it than that. A lot of an element. There is certainly an element there. There are near our fringe groups. That are very racist. And that's what makes them love that guy. But I identify with being talked down to. I defy with the the the elite the attitudes I live in L. A. And I see I all the time. I can absolutely understand living in a different part of the country and being tired of being told what to do by these over educated elite bricks and this movie really gets to the crux of that really gets down to that. And it follows Ashley. Your one of CO directors here She goes back. She's born and raised in Kentucky but she got out of their small little town and she got out of there. I said get out of there. Because that's what she says went on to get a become a filmmaker out here in Los Angeles and she goes back and Interviews her family members and get to the bottom of why they're so republican now and why they voted for trump and it's there with her on election day. It's a fascinating documentary. Follow ups a lot of days. But we're GONNA need to follow up. There's a lot of the May way some of these documentaries gonNA need to have updates but I I sat there and watched it with Jillian. And actually your is undeniably a likable character. Who Comes from Kentucky? Who voted For Hillary and is sitting there with her family and Kentucky who all voted trump. And it's it's fascinating and I sat there with my wife and their nothing was said she was she was watching it. And I I like to think that some things she saw something because my wife is very she's really good at understanding people on and it kind of hurts me for her to think that you know everyone because I I got friends. That are only mildly racist that over trump. You know what I mean. The racism is at the top of their menu right at the number one reason but I got some. I don't know if I should have been so forthcoming about about whatever you know. I don't know if it's nice. I don't know how lovely I feel like. If she heard this should be pretty. She'd be pretty pissed but you know she owns her politics and I try and avoid political talk with everyone particularly my wife. I really don't WanNa get into it. Also what sucks is like? She's more way more up to speed on all of it so she crushes me with facts and whatnot. And I can't even talk about it because of mcadoo honey because I don't spend my days reading Ale sees twitter feed off. You're better off limiting the information. Anyway you mean like sort of get into the granular style. I know I know either. Either infuriates you or sad. I told her I have plenty of places to exercise my fury in anger and my My real intense attitudes and opinions and they're they're about the way less important things I understand. I can't get upset about the important things because I'll go mad. I understand that I'm the same way I'm in the same boat as you. Christie wants to engage meet a lot more political organizations that I would like to be engaged in so it is constantly a lot of like now. I can't I mean 'cause I engage speaking to engage I'll engage with her will lock horns a little bit and it's not good for anyone. It's really not good for anyone but the most important thing that I care about thankfully is still fun. And that's movies. I really do think that movies can change attitudes and change perceptions of things and I think that movies are exceptionally culturally relevant. And the most important that we have in of all time as as humankind. We're in a post after get out. Racism ended can see going for a little joke there. But he's got the most self-satisfied little smirk on his face just now I like looking down and I looked up and it was was like a cartoon character. This little smirk was like. Oh Brian make a joke. Get never remember. Make your job but you know I guess I remember. Luckily I can exercise a lot of my My anger opinions a fury in angst with opinions about movies because making a witch coming amax. Yeah some some deep Irish anger top five hours characters. Next Chilean can speak of the corona virus went nowhere not anymore. We're talking about a lot earlier in the show. I clicked through please. Click through. Has Many mass lies. I was telling me do I mean what do you think about the people that ran out and got the toilet paper like okay? So here's what here's a weird. I the papers weird I I understand. I understand the food thing I've ever seen with my own eyes because I go to my Ralph's in everything's there. There's not a problem we saw was earlier today. I imagine tonight and tomorrow a whole new wave of people were high. We make it runs on the food because there is. There is a definite potential that there could be a what what everyone should do. You should have a couple of BIG GEICO. Those gallon size cans of black beans okay. Does he beans and nourishing? It's pretty much everything in there that you need and you can leave them in the sun for a couple of hours to heat them up. More may Kito Weird so I can understand. It was actually Kinda flagler. Stand if I mean until they understand if the government suggests or mandates or or if there's some sort of like hey work from home you know Doug on your crowds in the food thing. The toilet paper may be to an extent but the waters of what doesn't make any sense to me. Is the water. Get a stop. Is the water if the pipe breaks or something. I don't think the DEL L. A. Out here Ellie. Dwp Send anybody out. Because they're home with corona okay. How often does a pipe broke in your house? Are Their kids where you can turn your pool water drinkable right? Saleh's desalinate your water. Something like that. Yeah I feel like there's canister tablets you can put it into make. Almost this happen work. That will continue working for out of the water. Things a little water thing. Everyone should have that out here because earthquakes. You should have a couple of cases of water in the garage has do. I don't don't don't tell anyone your address looking for your water as food. Christie went to the store and got a whole bunch of frozen foods and we put it in our fraser well. The power's going to go out. And that's why we're going to go because he's got corona again all right so you know what? I was thinking armed people. Aren't there evil Fox out there. Aren't there going to be people that are going to be just mailing shit with corona virus on it probably virus themselves right. Oh I say possibly because the shitsus lives messed up God `Melkert are going to be like yeah. Train like weaken the virus. Aren't we still getting stuff from Amazon from China? Ohno Suffer Amazon's Brian I did. It's going to get really got it. Leaves her for good point clam shells you know is kind of a kind of a happy accident for me. I just got a full case of. This is way too much information. Full the baby wipes yeah get them like every two months or abacus is pretty much off the diapers sure. I'm down so I got a ton of those baby wipes Nina home. I got nowhere to go Bryan. Good for you need him anymore. He doesn't need them anymore. Even donate a women's shelter and what I'm saying is I could use them. Oh for Corona virus. I got the full case. Gosh I thought the reason I thought of that because someone I one of the places you're GonNa want to avoid which I imagine will how will be not very populated are gyms touching everything. I've still got. I was in the Public Pool Gym today. I'll pull the problem though pools now but I was at. The job is on the machines before that to the reason. I thought it was. Someone got some bowflex. Select Tech. Adjustable dumbbells are going to work out at home. I mentioned ought to close my gym. Well I would imagine you're close the GM pretty soon. I mean start doing perfect pushups and brutal Donnie Bond Danny Bonnie duty style perfect Bush No push ups purchased on UH prepared Corona virus. I don't have the music. Corona virus has affected your computer. Oh Got Samsung Galaxy Galaxy s twenty plus five g factory unlocked android phone. Fuck del use series. You series thirty eight inch. Led Monitor. The user was come up with a baby of virus. Live view pro. Shed Iota Cancer. I got that fuck live pro. That's like a golf swing coach thing. I guess Tableau Quat over the air digital dvr digital video recorder DDR Frigid Air Portable. Air Conditioner swallowed weird. Amd rising twelve thread unlocked desktop processor grid man stainless steel folding table. Kenneth Cole reaction. Men's slim fit stretch. Tuxedo when three speed remote-controlled air filtration system. A new place just opened up a mouth called FRYER talks nationwide really. I've got I've gotten Texas there. I liked the name firetrucks riot. High Door Celts universal flow pump. Jabra elite sixty five t earbud. But it's a chain. Did this other amount. I feel like a fool actually. No I'm punk rock. I know about that old. 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But it's just because his owner the owner had to end That is a very sensitive test so he just had traces of it on him. But it doesn't mean that he contracted. I don't know why it's a he. It might have been a she. If you're anything like my mother-in-law she calls all animals. He's and I keep telling her that. The dog that she watches are little Sydney or are durable little female Chihuahua as a her and when my mother-in-law comes to pick her up she says where's he and I say it's a heard she says all dogs are meant to me. I don't know what that means. And otherwise says that I had to repeat all here. The movies or click through since last ditch. The master of disguise. We split through a really good movie audition own. What was I talking about dishing recently about disturbing talking to all with Florence about Audition Hotel in Florence on? Maybe she's click through. Thanks Lawrence those case addition very upsetting movie very very hard to watch. They gotta English subtitles. Smart move don't get the DUB version. It's the Ridgeline Sing Street. Was THAT CLICKS. Speaking Irish zero dark thirty ready or not smart smart move parasite English subtitles. I click through Joe Joe Rabbit. Charlie's angels why Jim on to the next level of two people got rivers. Thank you very much for through a welcome back. Anderson's these Irish artists to kind of thing. Brian come up to be very thematic. This grover Anderson Government Sanderson him. I am half Irish. Really Am Irish German. Well and Explains a lot just like Tom? Hagen he was German Irish. Hey So back to today and the craziness that is today and tomorrow might even be crazier. I anticipated will be by the time. This episode has transpired. I imagine the dominoes are going to be start following cliff. All what if the purge gums? I don't think the purges anytime soon. But he made the purge could happen You know right now. The Joe My beloved show up and affected but I would imagine in light of what happened the NBA. That's nets next As we're record this I'm I'm scheduled to watch my penguins play the Columbus Blue Jackets tomorrow night and I'm very excited about the game. It's important part of the season there towards the end right now. It's scheduled business as usual. I guess despite what the Mayor of Columbus suggested it's GonNa be weird watching the fan. The team said Hey business as usual everyone come on through. So we'll see that game MICA cancelled might be without fans. It might just happen business. I don't know so by the time this comes out. You all known just to give you an idea of of how my attitude has changed. At least I imagine a lot of you From this morning until now this morning I was emailing Our contact over at the Chinese theater. That's right we're putting together L. Chinese alive show the Chinese theater and The details we've been going back and forth now literally for weeks and I just got confirmation this morning. That Sunday June twenty-first is ours. And we can do we want and And the theater was is ours and our contact over there. Listen to the program great supporter. And he's helped us out in the past. I was able to screen groupers there. Are I live so that was a while ago? And he said Hey Anderson you know this is your day. June twenty-first But you might WanNa think about pushing back till the fall and the whole the whole. Push things back in you know. Just wait a few months. My whole thing on that as well. It's GonNa be worse a few months from now ripe all fears from now from that six months from now. I would imagine it's going to be worse than it is right now. That's that's my gut. That's what I think is probably going to be the case anyways. All that is I I said No. I'm sure that we'RE NOT GONNA get a number of people that we would have without the corona virus but we'll push through and then by you know late afternoon. I'm like there's no way we're going to try to do the show because the dominoes are beginning to fall. And I guess I was hoping above hope that would be contained here or but that's just so no no no lives however. Brian and I are already discussing. Because we're rich we're trying to do something live and Oak. I Miss Live radio so much I missed one. Live is doing things in front of an audience so I think we might be doing something Virtual live in the time but yeah live streaming show with something similar to what we would have done at the Chinese theater. We'll get a guest. Dan Yeah but they're talking all all the people that guest. What what what what. What do you mean talking about the worry about interacting with all the people all all in fact people well? Yeah that's the point of the virtual does the online thing where we're coming no guests. The guests could filthy or figured out all right. So let's talk about Rx. Let's talk about the The Mix I can say that I could say Shimmy to pretty sure. I doubt it Brian. I'm pretty sure Irish. It's cool than not. You seem like the English type at the Irish. Would some British would rise up against. Yeah I can see you throw in charge. What no Irish would rise up against the year type. I could see smugly. I from the top of some kind of bluff. Pedestal cloth looking down on. Yes that's right. My parents put me in this position and I I enjoy your image of Paris. Essentially generation after generation and. It's like yes. This part of Ireland is ours. We have Irish listeners. How offended will they be this list? There won't be offended of mileage so I should say this to turns out. Four of my five are huge recommendations. They move as many people have seen them as should have seen. These really. Good movies are movies that I absolutely love that. Get discussed from time to time on this year program. But they don't have the following that they deserve in my is one of them is a movie beloved by most of our audience and it will come as no surprise that it's on on any any list. Okay but I was looking at the listener list that Jordan Jordan. Wolf put together for us and I was shocked. And I'm GonNa say a little appalled that my my number one was not Not In there no. I assumed that it would be there. Anyway let's get to this. I also I should say all of my Irish characters are from Ireland. Oh Yeah Third Generation Irish. Yeah living in. Hell's kitchen they're not. Yeah Boston Eh. Bashan Yeah So boondock saints is not sure where they actually were Irish. But that didn't make my list. It was on my also ran and a couple of my actors. A couple are Irish most of them. British which is upsetting sadly half minor American really. Yeah that's why I kind of like how offended you think it'll be then they'll be offended with your list. But I would imagine that. They're they're listeners. Right Irish are not their listeners. Over talking about they're probably offended by your trillion point had thought about. I don't know if it's going to make any difference. It's a really good point. Why don't you go because I feel very very strongly but I should also say I did not bring in any eclipse Bra clubs? I wanted some clips could not find clips of the movies that I want to clips from because like I said. They're not as well okay. I'M GONNA get these out of the way I ever tied number five and I'm hoping to gloss I've clip so we can't gloss over that much but these. I paired them together because they made me laugh. These are two ridiculous. Grotesque characters played by Americans and they are not I do not think they are representative of the fine men of Ireland however they are very very funny and thanked me laugh and so we'll play my first number five ridiculous character for much for Austin powers. Patty O'Brien oh. Let's let's let Dr Evil Take it away. Got A O'Brien ex. Irish assassin his trademark. A superstitious man. He leaves a tiny keepsake from his good luck bracelet. On every victim he kills Scotland. Yard would love to get their hands on that piece of evidence. They're always after me lucky charms. Yeah I think we're going to be offended by seven dollars laugh when I say that they. They are after lucky charms. I'm I'm offended. I did present day saying these grotesque caricatures helper your favorites list. That says a lot about you. Listen if you're if you're in your IRA send me your your your Your favorites grotesque caricature of Americans. I'll laugh all good laughing that we've never done top five black characters Brian. I gotTa Say Buckwheat movie character and he always circles active luckless ready to go and tie number five a move. That never comes up on this show however. I believe that you were a big fan of the trailer. Charlie's angels full throttle. Charlie's angels two. Yeah I like right trailer. For no reason. Justin throw decides to do a very thick Irish accent Playing Drew Carey. Moore's ex boyfriend do now is out for revenge. Because she turned state's evidence on him and he went jail for many years and now he is out for revenge against her and everyone she loves here he is and he's indestructible literally walks and this scene you walks through. Literal flames. Flames are as little entire place ablaze and he walks through the flames slowly approaching Drew Barrymore. Who is on the ground? And this is what he says to her. Hurt me anymore. Highland teach you and your friends about pm PM. I'm GonNa Kill Them just so you can hear them scream. So he's the killer just friends just hear them scream or scream doesn't I? Maybe that's a regional dialect. I don't know if you're Irish. You recognize that. Hit me up otherwise I just assume it's an over the top absurd Irish accent Don't worry picks get better after this but that is by number five. Full-throttle IT IS. That's a swallow Paddy O'Brien and shameless crazy ridiculous names. Ridiculous names asking by someone named imagine the mother of that. That man is not suggesting that it's ridiculous at all. I'm saying if you're naming a over the top Irish name. You would go for stereotype number five for me Brian. This is a very fine film one than I I saw on theaters back in nine. Nineteen Ninety Four. Were Ninety three when it came out very very heavy. Irish themes is in the name of the father in the name of the father came out came up not too long ago to tell if not saying directed by Jim Sheridan. Jim Sheridan of course he also did my left foot which will not be Talked about or discussed on this program or will it. This episode is because I am not a fan of that really foot I I mean. It's that's another movie like I missed it for decades and finally watched it and I'm like this is and this is this is. Abc afternoon. Sunday afternoon movie. But it's one of those movies like the the talked about her smell or mothers than where there's a tremendous performance and just kind of. I don't even think the performance is that I loved Hillsdale Louis but him mumbling in a bed for two hours is not a he can do much more and it was he stars in this one too at Dole. Daniel day-lewis born Daniel Day Lewis. But he plays Gerry Conlon. Who is one of the four Brian? The what do they call them at the of the The the the Guildford four four people falsely convicted of the nineteen seventy four. Guildford pub bombings. And this movie is a bio picture of Of of this man. Jerry's his experiences deal not only of him but then his his father played by Pete postlewait also tweet Cadillac. He's the minimalist British looking people. You'll ever see Dave He he's no longer with us he He left us a last year. Twenty eleven twenty. I tell you died much more recently. Too But Same here twenty seven really. I thought it was. He was born in England. That can't be right. He's not Irish. He's more so both these guys. These guys up playing a British actress playing Irish guys and about a very very important time in tragic time in an Irish history actually died in twenty eleven so it wasn't twenty eleven twenty seven sixty four when he died. Set the record sixty four when when pasta died anyways. That's my My number five very an English man playing an Irish character effectively because he is Daniel Day Lewis and I saw this in theaters. Man was I moved by this movie. It's essentially a courtroom drama. But it has you white-knuckle ride for much of it. Takes place the courtroom angst a lot of Angst? I mean it's all about the the the court proceedings that followed the sentences. The wrongly accused also coming of age story in many ways. Because Jerry Stars off is kind of like a hooligan and he was sent off English boarding school and that you know He. He's he's getting busted for theft and whatnot easy. He's a hooligan and Irish Hooligan. And then you know these serious crimes are brought upon him and he's charged with these things and then he is going to prison if this becomes a prison movie and then it becomes the father son movie. It's a it's a really really good movie in the name of the fucking father second in the name. I should also tell you in. The name of the father is available on Max. Go and direct. Tv subs which. I'm not sure how that works. I saw sure because it said on. Just watch which we We leaned on heavily. H We we We can we got here. It said that. Cool Hand Luke. I was reading about the Stanford experiment the prison experiment. Right and One of the The guards apparently one of the worst guards. He said he would just acting. He'd been watching cool hand. Luke which was the biggest movie of of of the year that week That the Stanford experiment took place and they noticed that every time he got sadistic his he he got more of a southern accent and he wasn't from the south other Martin. Anything it was just doing that character from cool hand. Looks like I need to watch that. Cool Hand Luke. Who maybe the wife she probably never said and it said it was on direct. Tv subs and then. It's only for rent as far as I started downloading. I'm still not sure if I got charged for that you said and I said Hey. I didn't WANNA watch cool hand Luke not really and then we didn't watch it. Yeah there's a good story that ended with nothing and at the same place and it tragically if you must know. That was a tragic night for me. We watched hillbilly. Instead I worked out it worked out. I still got still got to see some hillbillies point. I want to see some Hicks high number for my final American actor playing Irish. They'll all be Irish after US or British to some degree. This is one punch. Mickey O'Neil from snatch played by Brad Pitt directed by Guy Ritchie. Two thousand snatch so interesting. He plays a piketty. Apparently Pike is a pejorative term considered by many to be a slur is possibly derived from turnpike or pike which meant highway since the the pike is a drifter were exactly. I wrote down. They were drifters there. Travelers what are you going to? Why do why do you always gotTa let everyone know that you wrote it down wanting to see? Yeah 'cause I wanNA just like eight billionaires just to piggyback on your Your coattails does what you're saying. I thought I thought actually the subtext join here a little bit Mickey. Of course I think he has a very distinct accent and I'd like to hear from some people of how accurate this is an accurate very inaccurate. Yeah Oh fuck GRANDPA. Who is a problem with chip seas? Way Back Really Understand. Much of what is being said. Your timing come back Catera Faulkner Tommy making snow. It's English Roy. Fair unconscious but you know it's just it's just Paul game folk me Your Kids Big Ma. Nas for sure. Man One of the sides of this valley concert was the way he was introduced in this movie was he was. He was passed out drunk. He came up with with Guy Ritchie. That thought it was hilarious. 'cause Brad Pitt was at the height of his sex-abuse even though I think he's cooler now than he was then much because of cliff was just perfect but he's eighty. Well you know a lot of can't Somebo- Hollywood Manhattan. But that's another reason why the women hate hate dement so much because mental. They give her upset because things are unfair right but they really don't like the aging Discrimination how God allowed Ben kind of age well now distinguish or I think Susan Sarandon's beautiful woman woman right stop. She was third rude very hot older woman next. Goldie. Hawn's looking good betty white but was eighty at the height of his sexiest man in the world. And he's he's pooping behind. That was the first time you see a member. He's like taking a poop behind a truck or something was that the and a hat or something. Perhaps yeah that seemed like that was towards the beginning. He based part of that dialect. What you've got to imagine the Irish version of Cockney. Yeah I guess a thick southern accent Cajun You know what he based auto accident finistere from Usual suspects really. Yeah but he should've terrorist character. Played again you can hear more. You'RE GONNA trails off isn't on. Did you close it out? I did close. Definitely He. He based it on thick Irish accent and faster faster faster fenced friendster. Want a problem. We sleep sees really understand. Much of what is being said. Catera Faulkner Tommy Making Snow Arush. It's no English but hearts knowledge here. You're a little bit if you can. You mean the back. I can just kind of trails off. But he doesn't. There's no syllables. Everything's just doesn't have time for the he's gotta the things that number four for me. I'd say Based on glorious film the more people need to see you acid film Brian. I'm bringing back the snobby Anderson the early two thousands of the orange but calvary film. Brian Calvert has a fantastic movie. You've seen it as well. This is our father. James played by Brendan Gleeson. Who is a true Irishman? I could've made my top five list just out of Renton gleason characters in Irish man. He's an Irishman. He's a large Irish man and his son is a spindly. Irishman play by play by living as Donald gleason his his son who arguably a bigger star. These days than Brendan Gleeson. Right has he taken the mandate more recognizable I think Brennan recognised gleason. So he's on. This is closing the gap for sure but calvary great character Father James Fan Star wars movie and of course fantastic character played by Brandon gleason. The movie is as good as his character. I if not better we live in father. James's shoes play brand gleason. Who you absolutely care for. He's a he's a Catholic. Priest is an Irish Catholic priest who opens. The movie opens with him taking confession and he's hearing the confession of a boy who was a man who was abused as a boy by the Catholic Church as we've all heard so many times And this man who is a grown man now is telling Father James that he is going to make the score right. You can even the score by killing him killing Father James. He's confessing that. He is going to murder Kim Zone. Just justice he tells he said. I was innocent as a child and you took my innocence. And I'm going to even the score by killing you and Father James knows who it is. We don't know who it is. Also father's names we I've this discussion on the time we. He doesn't know who it is he does he does. He doesn't know he knows who it is. We don't and he's talking to people and we're like is he talking to the killer right now. There's a red herring is thrown in there. And he's great big botchy busted and you love them. There's a busy fellow he's a Husky. He's praying releasing and you know that his demise as eminent and it took a a real character actor to bring that character to life in to get us to follow along to the end and You know kind of hoping that the the ultimate in the the inevitable doesn't occur and it's fantastic ride. I love calvary so much such a good movie and then enjoy as much as you. But it's a very terrible taste calvary directed by John Michael. Mcdonald's John McDonough John Michael mcdonagh also responsible for a write in the guard and war on. Everyone I'm not seeing Yes the Guard I I saw the I saw. Everyone kept saying guys either guard. You got to see the guard. You'RE GONNA love the guard. Brendan Gleeson Starring opposite Don cheadle finally saw the guard that Shit version. Somehow I saw a four three pan and scan. That was on Amazon. Prime now is the only one that was available. And that's what I saw and it just it did not really it sucked like it at all. I need to rewatch that because I think that proper format got a Bum. Bum copy there. There were three for me. The only one. I don't have a clip for although I imagine you could repeat them the line from this. I'm afraid of crossover here. So if you have at high on your list we can table discussion for later assigned me. And I enjoyed the francine eighty. That's from the butcher boy. Nineteen ninety seven a Neil Jordan film. Oh Jordan's Irish. Grady is played by EAMONN. Owens that's good Irish name 'em on Owens human human nature. I don't know Francey is. Here's the butcher. Roy is a titular boudoir. Indefatigable of is correct pronunciation of the word. He's relentlessly upbeat in the face of this sort of bleak existence that he lives this rare. Combo of like a dark comedy. Feel good comedy. It's really both. It's very dark but it's also kind of a good pretty light for movie that includes suicide attempts slaughterhouses. Yeah the score really if you watch the number of times. They're like no other move ever seen I consider the entire movie a streaming and pieces on youtube. I considered coming through it defines a France Brady quits also on Blu Voodoo with ads. But it's okay 'cause they don't they don't cut anything out of the movie and they don't they cut the movie down and change the language or anything like that like what we're so accustomed to watch movies on TV WITH ADS. But when we watch those versions. They're they're neutered for daytime audiences right and I miss the madge. And he's so they they cut out scenes and then change all the language or dubs. And that's not the case now with the streaming services that are doing the Avon stuff where they put ads in in their content. It's the same movie just interrupted with progressive ad around again. And IT'S A. It's a nice alternative to spend on. It's an upgrade from the lush on cable specials. So many kids out there. You Know College kids who consume the media medium and. I'd much rather have them watch something with a few ads in it. That's not otherwise altered than not Washington at all because they don't want to spend three ninety nine which I get adds up so it's a nice alternative voodoo which I don't have I do have to be too because Movie and I make whole groupers is on to be and just got accepted to Voodoo. So it'll be shown beauty victim and the apparently that movie that you just discussed butcher boy. I should also let me number. Three for me is also Mickey. O'neil oh yeah snatch Guy Ritchie's snatch this sure this is the only movie that Is is is widely accepted in La beloved by all imagine ninety eight percent of our audience as well familiar with as seen it. I remember back in two thousand when it was about to be released that summer whenever it was was that released what was the day. Benicio in that movie by them as small very small January January release. Look at that Guy Ritchie's good with the early releases by the way before we move on own watching Onward Two Thousand Twenty Twenty Twenty Sally so far nope we can half in March a really good year for movies so far. There's some really really gets the gentleman's gentleman really really good movie. I've very moving normally normally onward is fucking solid in a normal year by March gentle. Pray Fantastic. There's some really good movies are in a normal year by. March gentleman would be probably the best movie at Spin Out. Or maybe the second best it's like third or fourth and that's good because there's been some really good movies out. I'm forgetting a couple of other invisible man fantastic holy shit at. There's years from pass that the movies that I've seen so far this year surpassed all the best moves from years past. It's a wealth if I might be exaggerated and might be exaggerating. But we'll get out early so quiet place. Those been good early movies. But why does it not call quiet place to quieter place? Why didn't they call it the same reason they didn't call? Now you see me to now you don't and then they can call the final. When the quietest list I mean it would have been fun. I don't know if they're going for fun. Yeah so January. Nineteenth when snatch came out and I remember remember I was kind of amusing to see the word snatch over bus. Billboards bus stops billboards. Noni WERE NOT SAYING. Dottie knocked kind of like pecker always say that what naughty or Pecker or snatch when when drawing a total waters made pecker like the main reason for a longfellow vehicle. Which I signed you. The main reason why he wanted to call it packer. Why name the titular character Pinger? Brian is because he wanted he wanted to see Packer. Icon on Marquees. Because he thought that was funny. That is a good name for it. Ticha liquor style. So yeah number. Three I snatch which can be streamed fun movie. How much we're audience hasn't seen snatch I said two percent ninety percent of our our audience as well from A. CBS subs. So I guess the boomers can enjoy that Hussein for CB's yes CBS's but they're they're hoping God it seems like such an old failed attempt right. They changed the NBC streaming service to Peacock. I think they're troncon something else because they're trying to rebrand good but that makes sense as you can get like. Snl video right. I'd imagine how that keeps those videos under locking key. Don't they just barely anything on Youtube? Barely barely Harley coming up next Sarli Barley. That's right. That's how I miss. That was the character's name was it wasn't that the caretaker older brother and and honored barley. He was up some lay. That come on Bro. Don't tell me bro pleasant. Don't tell me what to do. I mean I finally had it up and then even music law good song. 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Welcome back time to wrap up show Irish character some I love couple love actual Brits or I Irish folk to Black Brits well one of mine is a Briton. Plane an Irish. Yeah all right yeah. But he's like a celebrated actors raises a couple of Brits or Irish care. Then I got stock. Is that an offensive Bryan. You've been very offensive to all listeners. Hurtful mainly the poor Irish I apologize. I've done so much damage to the Irish community episode guide number one number two number four nieces now not only leaves He is Irish right. Yes very so. Please American a lot or tries to but my number two is actually the aforementioned. Pete Postlethwaite Pete Postlethwaite Ryan in the town always still good in the town as for town was twenty two thousand nine node fly. I would've guessed twenty fifteen at the top of my head but I know where I was living in. Yes I was crazy. Yeah the the town is fantastic going. It's okay it's wonderful not fantastic. Neither one of those. It's okay. Here's a question Jeremy Renner Mustache. He's got a mustache Pete Postlethwaite as an old bit he plays Ferdie the florist. I love the subtle subversion of his medicine character by giving effeminate profession. Like he's like the drug lord of Charlestown right like he's he's GonNa Hooked on drugs and he's run a crime empire out of his flower shop and of course he's has this effeminate perversion florist. Let's listen to a little bit of postlethwaite explaining to Ben Affleck's character. How he well he he. He ruined his life by getting his mom. Hooked on drugs and we'll take their prey their horses either. Gilda with a knife or with the chemicals and your Daddy said no to me. I did him the chemical way gave you. Mother taste put the hulk into her. She's doped up good and proper and you run around the neighborhood looking for your daddy didn't have the heart to tell us son that he was looking for a suicide. Doper was never coming home. If there's a haven't sun she brutal. Yeah pretty good brutal. Pretty good and Pete best part of that movie he can do. Shakespeare can do this guy into anything anymore. Brian where he could have done shakespeare in anything. Twenty two thousand eleven or later four. No business doing range miss him paddy. O'brien he started this episode with Patio Brian. So shameful number two number two for me. This is one that I wanNA spend a minute talking about and it's rental only which is a shame only okay against streaming. You gave him the US anyway as far as Just watch We'll have you believe it's only available rental for two ninety nine ninety nine and This character's name is kitten. Patrick Kitten Brayden And it has Kilian Murphy. Playing Patrick Kitten Brayden in a movie called breakfast on Pluto and nine loved this movie. I absolutely loved this movie. This is a period piece. It takes place Seventies sixty s solace in the theater. And I've seen it a couple times since it's hard to tell because it's a it's a seventies. It's hard to tell for me because it takes place primarily over overseas now. It looks like a woman yes he is playing a cross dressing a Pre Trans Trans. If he's transition. Who is kind of at odds with society gets mixed up with the IRA becomes involved with the IRA and It's it's based on a book by a man named Pat McCabe and it's directed by Neil Jordan and it is a fantastic movie and it's called breakfast on Pluto and killing Murphy. A very very Irish man himself and He's one of those actors who Kinda. He little bit under the radar. Like he's just I love him. I love everything he's in but I don't sing praises very often. It's not like I'm waiting to see what he's the next. He was actually in a movie. I was researching this. We up here and there really again. the sunshine. So of course first Soga. He was in a movie he he was in some other movie. He plays American a lot to called. Hippy hippy shake he played Richard Neville. And I've never seen this before. I've never seen it but it's listed on line. B B. bbn Kidron was. The director. Colleen Murphy Sienna Miller was in it matthew beard and it's just it's just as post production announced She's filming abandoned. Real says a ban that SAGGY HIPPY. Shake an account to the counter cultural Richard Neville's misadventures in London at the end of the nineteen sixties. He's in a quiet place to yes. That's what I was getting to us. Don't talk much about and it's funny because a quiet place far too is like the next big thing. That's coming out right around the corner. She talking Kellyanne Murphy. He's one of those quiet actors. Just fucking does it. He does it so well older. You don't hear him about him in tabloids you don't see him on teams e. he's peaky blinders and he's great. He's fantastic every every great actor from overseas in that movie. Got Noah Taylor. I'd trading lines with Tom. Tom Hardy some of the best acting. I've ever seen in that Hokey but anyways yes breakfast on Pluto Damn I wish this thing was streaming somewhere so he could take a chance. Because I don't think everyone's going to love it as much as me but more on that more on breakfast more on Brian. I'm sitting across more on that breakfast and Pluto and the team that made it. I hear a minute. No what's your number number one number one for me is I saw this recently. Actually this is a very recent addition my list a delightful addition to sort of high was foggy the florist in the town. Pete Postlethwaite all right. Go ahead number. One is a bill muscle reasonably reason nationalist. That's eight literary issued. Sorry very rude led by nicer played by fantastic Irish actor. Who's been mentioned here once before? No different movie. Brendan Gleeson as knuckled. Uncles e yeah. Thank you for having knuckles a worthy worthy in Paddington. To He's these scariest dude in prison. He also happens to be the CHEF WHO'S COOKING. Everyone is afraid to criticize and when Paddington approaches him in the prison cafeteria and tries to explain what I what I should try and get some ideas on how to improve his cooking and also and ends up covering him and ketchup and mustard. This is knuckles knuckles reaction to me listening. Nobody criticizes my thought. Right nobody squirts condiments on my apron. Nobody Bronx me on the head with a biked Bongi. I'll overhaul the menu. Alright really dish of the day. Pair SUBS AMARA. Late Sandwich in his mouth and a and a friendship emerges. Yeah it's it's it's Corny on paper but it works today. He sells it in the way. That it's shot is a lot. Yeah I got. I got atticus watching the TV version of patent. It's pretty good. It's a good sign. I think they've got all the same voice actors. A listener alerted me to a search and there it is adventures of Paddington. And the boy likes it. I gotTA show Paddington yet. Do the the adventures of patent. I think it's on Nick Junior. Like what's what's the. What's it called Nick Junior? But the Gogo. What's it called? I don't I don't pay attention to what I have on the TV and no one wants to be mile. And that's a lie. Entered your house. Tv's blaring it's gone actually true. Yes my number one. You stepped all over the Dickel that you are the great. It is Great Francey Brady the Great France Brady. In the butcher boy nineteen ninety-seven this thing is streaming on new. Like I said I know a lot of not seeing it when I first brought this up on the program hipster and I don't want to come off as brag and I hope that that's not what it sounds like. I'm trying to be but I just love this movie and I it's not bragging because it's not like people are coming around loving this movie now. It's not nothing like that. It's just I've been on this movie's Jock for so long that I remember it was my dvd. Pick of the The week which we used to do back when it wasn't even available on DVD it was only available vhs. And you've got to set a me for a south DVD victim of because it's that good. Brian deserves it now. The reason why I love this butcher boy and great threads Brady who will never forget his character. If you see this movie exclaims ninety percent of his life. He yells his. Yvonne is Great. He's also in breakfast. Pluto directed by Neil Jordan also written by the novelist McCabe. So here's like ten years that point this yeah you you'd be still recognizes Mug. Patrick McCabe is a novelist and he wrote breakfast on Pluto. He wrote the book The breakfast at the butcher boy. I definitely want to read one if not both of those books. Now that I'm thinking about now that I'm reading again and Neil Jordan has adapted to of his books Patrick McCabe books into feature length films both about Ireland both about the Irish experienced both period pieces. And they're both phenomenal movies. I Love Breakfast on Pluto and I love love. Love the butcher boy. And if I don't know what else McCabe was written. I have not gone down his list but I really hope that Jordan is hope Has something else in mind? That McCabe is written because I love this team. It's one of my favorite working teams in Hollywood even though they're not working in Hollywood and they only work together twice. Mccabe is found a documentary about McCabe panic. Only find a four minute version on on video but the thing about the the Great Francey Brady and the butcher boy in Brian. You hit a lot of the things that sets us. Apart from me about the movie is that it is very dark. But it is got a light footed Fleet OF HEART. Feel good dark comedy. It is very rare dark comedy and a lot of it is because of the score and a lot of is because of the dialogue voice. The voice is similar to the voices. The voices didn't walk the line as a Neil Jordan is. He's a really a masterful filmmaker a lot of his movies. Don't work for me but this tone is and I don't know audiences don't appreciate this tone I think is the greatest told the rest easy to digest for a lot of people and but it's it he makes the really dark subject matter e go down smooth with the score in the way that he shot it and the cuts kind of like Excuse me citizen Citizen Ruth. Alexander Payne have feature debut like that movie's dark it opens up with her huffing paint. She's like a mother of two or three right. He's pregnant. Yeah that's the point and that movie is a comedy if you watch that movie like if you change the score change a few edits here and there. That could be a really dark. Yes ticket very different shitty movie but yeah anyway so breakfast and blue Similar in tone. The Great Franson Brady. And the butcher boy really really bringing Oh and He is very very Irish and the few complaints that I've heard over the years from people that have taken a chance and watched it is that they have a hard time understanding Francey Brady because he is very Irish friend and his parents and his Dad Stephen. Rice even ray who is played an Irishman his life because he is an Irishman Are hard to understand. At times I get that I understand that. That's one of the reasons why I don't like that That movie that everyone loves With McGregor and they're running through the streets spotting trainspotting people love that trainspotting and like my clan Gregor and they run into the streets. Yeah they wrote to the streets and those baby on the show. All of this is true. It's like a nerds idea of creepy. All right Scott Scott Carr nope. There's no Scottish day coming up. Wow listener list. We got sounds like a threat. Thanks to Jordan who compiled our listener list. Which is no easy. No Easy Task Jordan Wolf from Canada. I did the the listener list. A few Weeks and it is It's brutal and he put it together for us Doing think Jordan however Jordan fucking four way tie at five less than acceptable tied for five is guy played by Glen Hansard in once. I have not seen that once. I signed it to me. Number number tied for five wants a life guy won tied for five also is Frank. Castillo played by Jack. Nicholson in the department. It's irish-american at the top. Five Father James Played by Brendan Gleeson and Calvary then. Final tied for five is Jimmy. Ra- beat played by Robert Atkins in the commitments. You know what I saw that not too long ago and I saw for the first time like it last year. Yep ME TO ENJOY. It was okay. It was good. It seems like a Brian type of movie. Never four number four. This is really stepping outside. The lines read played by Morgan. Freeman Shawshank Redemption. Ironic and said not ironic. It's just a technicality. Pick Right. I himself Irish number. Three's ray played by Colin Farrell. In in Bruges yes. He's very very Irish. And he's a fun. Character and number two is Mickey. O'neil played by Brad Pitt in snatch. I'm not familiar with them. It's good performance. Twelve point five percent of the overall vote and almost twenty percent of the top five All one five people said Mikio and then finally number one is Stephen Played by David. O'hara in braveheart. This is a fantastic pick when I saw that. It was number one on the listener list. I'm like wait the Irish dude. Brave artists fucking rule. I watched clips of him. I almost put it on my list but that would just be stealing from the listeners. That's not fair do that. I can't steal from the listeners. Added around gray pick and it probably belongs on my list. Not so much. Here's but it probably belongs on my list. Because I mean it could have knocked Jerry Colin from the name of the father off call. I think I would have been okay. I think everyone would have been okay but Stephen David O'Hara in braveheart he is. He's a crazy wild card. He's almost like Charlie data character from it's always sunny in Philadelphia. He's loose cannon. He's a loose cannon buddies. These the best so I had forgotten about him. Let's also Rans Bull McCabe play by Richard Harrison the field. I don't know what that is. I really don't know what it is. Christy Brown played Daniel Day. Lewis in my left foot. We've already explained why that's not not a good choice. I love that Gardo Shea played by Richard coyle and grabbers fucked the AD. He's on he's on my also rans. Well Redmond Barry played by Ryan O'Neal and Barry Lyndon can't ever have Barry Lyndon on on a positive list center standing and knuckles McGinty played by Brendan Gleeson Paddington. To Georgia's favorite is Brendan played by Jacqueline Rayner in Sing Street Brian. Shave your sheet. That also rans for you. They're all been covered. I would say Brennan glazes next role from New York but there's associates and does it ever since he's Irish gangs. We'll he's quite clearly has fucking Shit Lali and yes they because they remember Amsterdam at the end of the movie. He's like trying to negotiate with because he's not trying to associate with Jim Broadbent negotiate. He's like hey. Can we have an Irish share like we need an Irish Nov? That's right acid. Who on earth would you nominate and they nominate okay? Good point good point good point good point gangs in New York it could never use a mercenary pay them to fight connor and Murphy MacManus. In the Boondock Saints Michael Collett that's Michael Collins played by Liam Neeson's garden grabbers where to that Bobby. Sands and hunger as such a bummer. A movie but fast pender prevalent in gangs of New York. I like Valentine's quite i. It's my favorite Leeson's which is absurd but it's my favorite knuckles and Paddington and then Some characters from state of Grace Potato Grace needs a little more. Love got overlooked because goodfellas kind of slut bitch slapped left and right when a completely rolled over rolled overstated rights. But the team stated Grayson about Hell's kitchen and a similar theme with the old. Sean Penn is a great movie involves a hands being cut off on us for crimes and you try subscribe Isis crimes. All right. Let's gambling gets fuck out. Let's do it last week. Results from last week. We gambled on the way back. I seventy three US at sixty four around by. I said seventy three sixty four score. The time was seventy-seven are you. Are you serious. What hired tonight. I thought I would pretty higher that one. Second gambling stats. Let's see you. I asked you what yours was and you said you couldn't remember if I recall and I had to go back and listen on my own and put it in there so that Could see it. What does she say she uses? Seventy three for me every for me. Sixty four sixty four sworn on a lot higher on one second fockers. Fine Man is that. Is that what you might call has for us on the gambling obviously both heard itself unless unless he just got it. Off of the patriarch feed. Because I put it on the the patriotic feed. What'd you put? The scores put our scores. I put the movie that were gambling on the patron field. I would imagine Look at the audience score and the rotten tomatoes score the tomato. Tomato meter is Identical you rarely see that. They're both at eighty four percent doesn't make me doesn't make me want to see the way went up the way back way back. No so My rotten tomatoes pages broken. No no audience members allowed to give a rating which is very upset and trying to try to fix that whole week with my distributor broken since the Gecko continues to be broken anyways so yes. I win you win. I'm going to assign you move. Higher settled down. And what should I sign? You get back to you. Why don't Allen's is weeks moves for gambling bloodshot the hunt chat? I still believe never rarely sometimes. Always get a lot of buzz and Big Time Adolescence. The Hunt Hunt Right. Sure of bloodshot probably going to be number one of the box office of the hunch probably more for our audience so together made complacent complacence. Compliance clients is what? I said compliance want higher that sixty four blazes Brian. I'm complacent complacent right now. Okay sorry what are you doing? What are we looking at? I'm looking things what am law your finger? Goat's your screen and then go across the board jerk That call sign you bloodshot. You keep it up kind of all the trailers Kinda Fun Trust Fund Vin Diesel. Movie right before keeps repeating his own. We've met. I can't take that movie. I mean it's good for two minutes. The Grill learned. We often. They're all right. What's your score? Which is score for the hunt. I'm trying to just to let everyone know the Heintz was supposed to come out like last October. I think right around Halloween if I recall and then there was a mass shooting and sadly I can't remember which mass shooting took this one off the slate and then there is talk of of never coming out and now it's resurfacing here in March still kind of buried though not seen trailers for it or anything trying to see the reflection of your scoring your classes for my score. Oh that's needlessly elaborate. Do that seventy six two. Okay we're reclose news for the The Patriots of people can see seven and sixty two. I said sixty seven something death of Dick Long. Do you know what that is? Sixty seventy one Let's hear the score But listening to this death of Dick Longest. What you're gonNA be seeing it just kind of popped in my head. What is it to movie? It'd be watching okay. The movie that we will both be watching talking about next week scores thanks to Giovanni for putting this all together I should say. I don't know if we mentioned that yet. Thanks a little bit but Giovanni every week he puts together at three separate emails. That gives us the information to be able to do these. This gambling bit that we do at the end and hunt fifty two percent. Oh hopefully goes at sucks. I kinda wanted to see that too. I was my. My interest is piqued. I WanNa see that now. Death of deck long two percent of the rental way. But I don't do I don't care about fucking RT ANYMORE. Rt's it shouldn't be trusted. Can't be trusted. High crimes. Goddamn is this. What is the current score fifty two? That's upsetting I said. Oh you did all right. So let's get a riddle. Thanks everyone for also got four five weeks in a row. It's brutal thanks to her. That's good that's good Jim. Rutherford the electorate this week. It's simple but effective enough to be elaborate simple but effective. You need to be familiar with a particular movie if you love blood out. You'll love this week by honor behind my honor. That's right. Thanks for being our Fisher artist this week Anderson and Brian. Actually know what I'm GonNa Start sending people. Hey who does the Jordan Mitch? Whichever one you dudes is handling our brand new is the rampage and Jordan Anderson and Brian Jordan. Do me a favor handling the Instagram page at Dick's Anderson and Brian Moore depicts and also start putting the listener art up there. That'd be a fun place to send people they can see the everyone's on. I think he does anyway. I think you're not really well. Perfect have you been looking? I have rents. I don't feel like I. I think he's been putting the listeners. 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EPISODE 77 -- LARRY McREYNOLDS PART 3

The Down and Dirty Show

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EPISODE 77 -- LARRY McREYNOLDS PART 3

"Hello my name is Rik Houston and welcome to the scene. Volkov cast your source for all things Nascar history presented by ah q wear maintain excellence even though I growled at him for many years working for him. Now I look back and I'm thankful for that. I had an opportunity to work for Kenny Bernstein. In one of their crew members had me around the neck one mad me around the way so really hold call me out of there in threw me out of their pits od. W stole a few along his career. And I don't have any guilty conscience about that one the a day Nascar and all of us associated in any way when asked forget the past donate any teacher. Hello I'm Steve Wade. Hey My name is Rik Houston and welcome to the same. Bought podcast presented by Q.. Where an stave this week? I do think that we need to start off and recognize the tragic accident. That happened on Sunday with Kobe. Bryant and his daughter and actually seven other people. I don't know about you but when I heard the news I couldn't help be reminded of Allah quickey and Davey Allison and the Hendrick motorsports CNN. And you know going back Carter. Turner lost his life life in an aircraft accident. So that got my attention. Oh I can imagine and the the thing about it is you. You think someone like Kobe Bryant. He's only forty one years. Yeah and yeah. You've got a young family. It does so well with the public and his image of doing good things. You know. It's just so disheartening. Talking to see this kind of thing happened to Ed reminds me of something I've already said it's cruel. Fate does not care who you are and it does does not care if you're among the best at what you do which tells us that maybe we ought to lead the best lives. We can't while year Stephen. I'm glad you said did that. Because this week especially also wake of remembrance in the NASA Community yesterday the twenty seventh was the anniversary of the Apollo one fire that claimed the lives of three crew members on the launch pad. They were doing tasks and a fire broke out in the space craft that claimed their lives today As we record this is the anniversary of the Challenger accident and of course everybody remembers where they were when that happened and then on February first. which is Saturday Saturday? That will be the anniversary of the break-up of Columbia as it reentered on February first two thousand and three so those were seventeen magnificent people that were the very best in their fields. Obviously well enough to be named astronaut office and on top of that the Kobe Bryant accident so I think it would be appropriate in this episode to observe an eight second moment assaults because that was Kobe Bryant I Jersey number when he broke into the NBA with Laker. So we're GONNA do an eight second moment of silence in memory of Kobe. His daughter the others who lost on that aircraft and also the crews of of the missions that I've just mentioned. Hey Rick on a lighter note I understand you. Ingenious celebrated anniversary right now since you propose her. Oh orth work. Oh you made that connection did you. Did you ever take back and have a picnic Iraq. Well I don't want to talk about about. I didn't even get a card this year. Didn't even get a card man. You've gotta be kidding me choosing a husband that forgot. No no no no no so anyway. We're not talking about that too much Steve. This week in our first segment we had the third and final installment of the interview. I did with Clary mcreynolds and he talked about getting up to speed with Kenny Bernstein. Right who was a very well known drag Racer Kenny. I don't know that I ever met met him but he could evidently be a little hard to get along with was a perfectionist. Yes and also he talks about finally making it back to victory line with Ricky Rudd and being able to kind of go to Donnie Allison and saying hey I did win again and then finally there are a couple. All of pretty. Big Controversies at North Wolfsburg between Ricky Rudd and Dell Earnhardt and then Brett Bodine and Darrell Waltrip and then in our second segment. We're going to go back to the April twenty-sixth nineteen ninety issue of Winston Cup saying and with the scoring kerfluffle North Wilkspur at. I thought that we might go back and take a look at the next week's issue wants to come saying to see if there's maybe a good explanation for what happened is it's GonNa be somewhat difficult and Steve this week. We have increased patriots support from Chris. Wolf and guess what Steve Career is going to be picking up a scene podcast jacket. Oh really yes. He upped his his support to fifty dollars a month. And I gotta be honest with you when I made this offer. 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We still come out somebody out there to take these off my and and then fifty dollars a month again. You get ten classic issues of Winston Cup saying the commemorative issue and you get the same podcast ask jacket with your name embroidered on it. That grace it sounds so help us out on Patriarchy Patriarchy dot com slash the saints PODCAST or if you'd rather just do a one time show of support for whatever amount ten dollars fifty dollars hundred dollars five hundred whatever you could could do that at pay pal dot me slash the same bought. PODCAST Larry. Matt Kenny. Bernstein had control over the team going into the nineteen eighty six season. What was it like trying to get up up to speed with him and that team so to get into eighty six? Everything is in place in in Kenny. Had met with me right after Atlanta he kinda saw. Aw I was the guy you know with crew chief. I'm again at two full time. Employees and people volunteers happiness. You had to be a specialist at everything but I think he recognize. I was kind of the guy in charge so he came to me any immediately gave me a race from what bobby was paying me. And he said you're in charge of this deal. He said but the biggest thing I'm GonNa put you in charge of is finding a SA- crew chief and that did not offend me whatsoever. Ever Been in sport for about four or five years and the closest I've been to victory lane was walking by on pit road so it didn't offend me whatsoever or any said I want you to get one of our one of the top crew chiefs and he said I'm not GonNa sit and tell you money's no object I've got some remedies but he said don't let that get get in the way so month of rest of November December January. I got people hired equipment ball tractor and trailer put together. Pittock Whitman pit together. Got Cars built. And I've been all over the place trying to hire a crew chief and I was going for the throat. I mean I talked to her now. I talked to Dale Inman talked to Gary Nelson really close with Gary Nelson. But the only caveat he didn't want to eat a move moved trawlers risks and didn't WanNa make that four hour round trip commute money. Got The money deal did. But it just wasn't gonNA work being in travelers so finally only we're about a week away from going to test Daytona and we've got to Berwick lesabre bill ready to go. We'd already been to the wind tunnel with them and we were ready in the Richmond car was well On. Its way I already had hotels booked flights booked for the first eight or ten races with the help of my wife. We didn't have a secretary secretary. So Kenny came to town second early part of the third week of January and he said let's go to lunch he said You Look wore out. I said Kenny I am stopped. I said I think the only day off taken off since you were here in November was Christmas Day but I said got all. The people hired Tractor trailers ready to go pitt equipment in good shape to Daytona cars or real close to ready to go to Daytona tests. Next next week or Richmond cars in good shape or Rockingham cars coming along. I said I think we're in good shape but I said I'm GonNa tell you what boss I cannot find us a crew chief. I said I have have done everything and called. Everybody met with everybody. I know to me. We'll John Dangling his associate was there with him and Kenny looked at John and we were or sit in a little cafe in travelers rest and Kinney looked at John and John Candy and he thought for a minute and he says I know why you haven't been able to find a crew chief Went went really. Do you mind sharing with me. What I've been missing? He said I got the guy sitting right across the table from me. He said I've watched you for the last two months. You have got it this whole Oh shit and I said okay. I said now if you're willing to walk out on the end of that then branch on the tree. I'll walk with you but just remember we're we're GONNA hold hands and walk this blank together. He said you can do this. I know you can do it and You know I look back now rick and Kinney and and I still talk. I still talk to Kenny. Probably once every couple of months when I left there there was some bad blood. I probably didn't handle it in the right way when I left and went to work with Robert Gates but I will always look back and be very indebted mckinney because he took a big risk with a major sponsor and a major your manufacturer support with a guy that had not even come close to ever win in a race and he. He walked to the end of that that that then plank and the other thing I look back now trust trust me. I'll work for key for Kenny from November of eighty five into March ninety. One and I hated that guy while worked on I I mean he. He was the hardest human being to work for that. You can ever imagine. I talked to him every single day of the year. Now it was short conversations. Heating give a crap how you were doing or how you family was doing. He just give me an update booboo but he. That's how you had to operate because he had a NASCAR team in travelers rest South Carolina Indycar team in Indianapolis a Sports Marketing Company in Indianapolis a drag team out of Newport beach. If this guy didn't didn't didn't operate this way he wouldn't gonNA make it. I remember when we once anoma In in eighty nine with rudd the first trip out there. We're flying home the next day and I hadn't talked to Kenny. Kenny couldn't make a lot of are racist because of his drag racing and we were at the Dallas airport changing planes and I tried tried his office and sure enough got him and here we just WanNa race and when he heard my voice he said I got a question for you. Why in the hell is our BS? Are Bill so high this week this this month. You kidding me we just WanNa right after you just one. That was Kenny. But with that sad I look back and I'm thankful for it. He taught me so much about business in communication. In all the things you have to to have to be successful even though I grind my teeth gritted my teeth and growled at him for many years working for him. Now I look back and I'm I'm thankful that I had an opportunity to work for Kenny Bernstein. Now you had Joe Rudman in nineteen eighty six. You had Morgan in nineteen eighty seven. Then Ricky Rudd beginning winning in Nineteen eighty-eight did that same more of the same in terms of switching drivers and not have a lot of stability or did you consider that just part of building a new Tame Tame and looking for the right chemistry. Yeah Kenny Bernstein was was not a patient man You know I think. His expectations nations were very high. Coming into this deal and you know what they should be but at the same time you know we were not going to roll in there. With a brand new race team out of Greenville Greenville. South Carolina are travelers rest South Carolina and start rubbing elbows with the junior. Johnson's in the bud. Moore's and the wood brothers and that now with that sad redbrick we went to Daytona and we crashed race number two at Richmond. We were running fifth when the white flag came out in this wind. Daryl Yeah Oh yeah. Yeah and EARNHARDT. In Darrell all piled up on the back straightaway so we were actually actually running fourth. I need to back up. They were one two three. We were running fourth. All ruttman needed to do is clear them and we would have won that race and he cleared Adam but my man Joe God bless him. I don't know when he got to turn three if he was so excited that he forgot to turn forgot the lift but we spun out in. Wow how we were getting our car refired. Here comes cow petty that was almost a lap down when this happened he just put it on boss and won the race. Joe Got Going and and we ended up finishing second so with that said we did finish second in the very second race of that team racing and so I'm thinking maybe this is so hard but eighty six was not that good of a year. I mean we tested a lot in in Kinney really was spending a lot of money and in I think in his mind he kind of watched how we ran with Morgan Shepherd those especially the Atlanta race where he already had taken ownership I ship so he started chatting with me a little bit plate summer early fall. What I've thought about about Morgan? And you know Morgan came on board in eighty seven. I think we sat on the pole at Martinsville I mean we had some good runs but I love Morgan Shepherd to death and Morgan's and interesting individual vigil to deal with I. I do think the world of Morgan Shepherd but Morgan has two different approaches. I think when I go back to nineteen eighty five. When he really didn't have a contract he would just run in those races? We'd run a race and then we'd come home and say well. Where do we WANNA run next? And we'd run and Bobby Hawkins I would pay him a percentage of the purse and we'd run that race but then Morgan got a contract in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven in. Even though I enjoyed working with Morgan it was definitely only a different Morgan Shepherd. He had a lot of different interesting philosophies about the race car and I think he got to engaged in how we built the cars. And how we did this and don't get me wrong. I respect. He was very smart but we had some smart people working with us as well. And I think Kenyon in Morgan again wouldn't CNI to I on some things on the business side in John Angler who was actually Kenny's partner He had had some experience with Rudd because he at one time had worked on the motor craff account with bud more. So I think they started talking about Ricky Rudd in mid to late. Nineteen nineteen eighty-seven and I'm thinking. Gosh if we can get ricky rudd. That's that's amazing. I mean we know this guy can win races and sure enough. We finally got got that first win in August of nineteen eighty eight. And it's funny. Rick I digress. Back to running around that late model shop trying to get Donnie Allison. Give me a thumbs up in him. Tell me you better find that checkered flag. Because it's going to be a long damn time before you see another one when I went to victory lane. It's one of the first things I thought what about was around late model shop. What Donnie? Allison they told me. How soon was it before you called? Donnie Allison to tell him that you got in your trophy. Well I think uh he was he was obviously still around so I think he I don't remember. He was at Watkins Glen but I know I remember seeing him in lately lately and of course donny is a big. I told you so type of guy but he also said I knew you could do it now. Ricky Rudd got into a couple of pretty big scrapes with Dale earnhardt at North Wilkspur in nineteen eighty eight and then again in nineteen eighty nine. You had a front row seat for that. I think I had more. Yeah Yeah I just don't know what it was about. North Wilkes borough in Dale earnhardt Ricky. Rudd but it was like all water mixing there in probably the one one that really Came to a head was nineteen. Eighty nine Eight did not take long to realize that that the three and the twenty six was the class the field and they started beating and banging on each other. I think under the pace laps. I don't even thank you was into the race. They were beaten being under the pace laps. So got into the race and they're still beating him bang in. It was all take and no give so I walked down to the are CR pits and all I wanted I need to do. I'm very sincere in saying this. I just wanted to go down there and talk to to Richard or talk to Kurt and say look. We've got the two best cars here. Why don't you call? Oh your dog off. I'll call my dog off less race. This thing out. And let's get to. Then I took one step into their pets. And one of their crew members had me around the neck one mad around around a waste. Really hold me out of there in rough me up in threw me out of their pets. I got in trouble for going to another guy's pits with NASCAR. Wait wait a minute. Accosted me travel and I try to remind Dale about that race it will burn eighty nine. It's probably one thank aggravated him about. When I went to work for him as always reminded him? Just remember how fuel points you lost the eighty nine championship by and just think about how many points you're hardheadedness cost you at that race at North Wilkspur Ricky Rudd so it caused us a win and I look back at that wreck can I steal see highlights isn't it was not sales fought. It was not ricky's fault. It's two guys. They were trying to win a race. That was all taken no give and neither neither one of them was going to go in there and they ended up taking each other out. Nineteen eighty nine from what I understand. Ricki road out of the Infield in the back of your van. When you're a tarp? He did there was a guy that guy still may be up there here. Thirty years later that the Earnhardt fans you know thank God. We had a fence around the garage area by then because those people were not going to leave till they got them some Ricky Rudd and there was one guy I can still see him he. It was shaken that fence in just curse and Ricky Rudd for everything he was worth in. This Scott was not going to leave and yeah my wife. Pull our mini van in and the garage and Ricky Rudd lay down in the back of the mini van and we kinda covered him up in. I stayed low in the van to and we. That's how we got out of there because L. Celinda was the getaway drought. So yeah we were not going to get out of there. I'm telling those people were they. Were not going to back down from ricky rudd because eight Ricky Rudd and their mind had taken can airman out from what I understand. Also Ricky and Kenny weren't exactly see an otter during that time. Did you see yourself as any kind of a referee between the two of them or did you. Just keep your head down and I did. I felt like I played referee. A lot of I remember in. I think it may have been ricky drove the twenty six car for two years I think it'd be may have been in the bank would've eighty-eight Linden. I did did not go and I remember Kenny. Come calling me at home Saturday morning raising. Cain about in a heated discussion him and ricky. It had about at the point money. Ricky was very guarded individual He had been through a very tough situation with Dai Guard with this ten in your contract that pretty much held his feet to the fire I remember I'd call Ricky and I'd I'd say ricky. When are you going to be by the shop? And he'd say I don't aw come by their later on this week. I said I've got you in Linda. Your Nascar license. I need jaw to fill out and sign. And he'd come by there and he'd sit at my desk and he'd start reading every land rickie really seriously. Just sign it. I don't have time to sit here. Said you gotta read these thing. I said Ricky. You can't drive unless you sign it. It doesn't matter what it says he has in there. That's just how guard ricky was and yeah it didn't take me long to realize that especially once eighty nine got going that They were not on the same page but there are some interesting things that happened with king race in eighty eight eighty nine Linden were trying to start a family family and we bought a home in in not too far from the shop and I always question Kenny along the way. Do you WANNA move this thing to Charlotte dealing move this thing to Charlotte and he said I'm not moving Charlotte. I like being down here by ourselves. We don't have to worry about people stealing our help. We don't have to worry about anything anything. I like it down here. But we were in a interesting situation Kenny had hired an engine builder for Nineteen Eighty eight it. It was a guy from the west coast by the name of Ron. Armstrong and Ron Armstrong was the smartest individual. I think I've ever come across. And he made amazing horsepower. But Ron had a drag racing background and in drag racing all you worry about horsepower. You you don't have to worry about durability and Ron was making a ton of horsepower but we were struggling so much would durability it was it was sad We blew up eleven times in nineteen eighty eight and I think rick seven of those times were leading the race and I think three of those seven times was probably less than twenty five laps APPs to go in and that was an issue for some reason considering we had an all sponsorship and Kinney was starting to catch some heat from quaker steak state and the sad part about it I feel like run. was that close to figuring it out that he had about found that that sweet spot between horsepower and durability but Kenny couldn't go longer so Kenny had an opportunity to hire Lou Larosa and who was a longtime engine builder for our CR. But the caveat was we were GONNA have to move to Charlotte North Carolina area. Lewis not gonNA move move to to travel rest in. Kenny came to me and said what. Do you think I said Kenny. This is no brainer. WE'RE GONNA lose our sponsorship if all we have to do to fix. This has moved two hours up the road. That's a no brainer. So he found some property in Huntersville North Carolina. Right there by the interstate. We built a shop. But here I am in Greenville South Carolina. My poor wife. Linda has become bigger barrel pregnant with our first child Brooke but I told her when this came down right right near the end of eighty-eight I said I I can do this. I said you know Brooks Brooks do. April will have this baby. We'll let how to grow a little bit and what I'll do for one year. I'll commute and it was two hours up and two hours. Four hours roundtrip and we were still working some pretty long hours. It wasn't like we work in eight four eight to five and so we got the team moved up there and I did it for eight months and I finally had to call L. Oncle. It's like all I would do is get home C.. Linda sleeping. See the baby sleeping. Give him a kiss. Lay Down Sleep for four or five hours. Get up back to Huntersville North Carolina from Taylor South Carolina and finally August we. We moved up there and But the good thing is we went from blow in eleven engines in nineteen eighty. Eight larosa fixed our problem now. He wasn't making near the horsepower that Ron Armstrong was making but we went from blowing up eleven engines. Rick in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight sears. Used to give an award away to the team that ran the most miles over. The course of a season was called the sears diehard award. We actually won that award. Nineteen eighty nine not to ninety. You Have Bret Bohdan come on board you go to North Wilkspur that Spring and I. I still don't quite understand how everything played out but you go to victory line. How did that happen? We'll darryl still inquest questions. How all worked out and you know? I know I know how it happened but I'm not sure how it happened. You know the problem was caution. Coming out in the cycle of green flag. PITSTOPS is in we did not have electronic score back then. Our scoring system was ladies sitting in a booth only inside the race track. And it North Worth Wilkes borough. I think it was actually. The line was in turn four and they were on the outside of turn. Four in numbers were flipping on a box. And every time a car. Your car would come by you. Write that number down on a block. That was our scoring system. The only way we knew where we were running unless we were running high enough that the scoreboard board would reflect it. Top Five was NASCAR would come by at the twenty five percent. Mark the fifty percent. Mark in the seventy five percent mark and give you rundown. Here's the lead lap cars did did. Here's the cars are a lap down. Here's the cars that are two laps down until they gave you the whole field and you wrote them down as they called autumn out. Only way you knew where you were running and how you were running. 'cause we had a good car that day rick and I'll never ever let the scored and Situation Shen debacle. Take away from it because no matter. What told Daryl this you still had fifty laps to pass us and you couldn't so it's not like it? It happened with just a few laps to go. There still was about fifty or sixty laps to go but we had pitted under green four fresh tires and four fresh tires at North Wilkes borough was like worth. It's weight and gold. I mean you you you were superman for a few laps because Oh tires you were probably three three. Or four seconds slower well we short pitted so we got advantage of those fresh tires and UH LAPD ourselves from the pitstop and in the middle of all this this. The caution comes out well realistically. The pace car should not have picked us up. Even though we made our lap up we still weren't the leader the race everybody pitted. We won the battle off. Pit Road pace car still has us and I've got Brett screaming on the radio. I've got Brett's wife. Diane beat beat me on his shoulder and I went stop. Look we are the leader in. We've got four fresh tires. I don't know what else we can do here. We just need the pump the brakes and be cool and and we can win this race and we ran a bunch of caution laps where they were trying to straighten it out. And finally Morris Metcalf said. Here's the the lineup. And the twenty six cars leading the race. I I don't think we probably should have been. I still think with making that lap up. We had a car that could contend for the win but as I tell people today they do not put Asterix by win. And you know what D- W stole a few along his career and I don't have any guilty conscience about that one hello race fans and thank you for listening to the scene fault. podcast this is our McQueen with key. Where once again in two thousand and twenty q wears excited to be involved with Rick and Steve and everything that goes on with the scene all podcast you raise fans? It's have made the same ballpark gas. 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Because as he put it the closest he'd been to victory lane was welcomed by on pit road so he takes this directive to heart and he he talks to her nab he talks to Dell inman which that would have been interesting talks to Gary Nelson and another one. Actually he was pretty close to a deal with with Gary Nelson Gary. I think the money was okay but gary simply did not want to commute back and forth to the shop and South Carolina. So that's what happened. They air so Larry is burning the candle at both ends and he sits down with Katie again and he says I just simply can't find anybody the in from the outside looking in somebody might say well. He might not look that hard because they wanted the job but that's not the case. He had talked all these different people. And for one reason or another couldn't come to a deal and so Kennedy said I've got my guy you're it sure is way it should have been all along again. That's the role that he had been doing anyway but he had never been in charge of a team with this much resources. They had a primary sponsorship in quaker state. They had a manufacturer deal from Buick. This was gonna be top flight team and Larry eventually wound up working for Kenny Bernstein from late. Nineteen eighty five until March of nineteen ninety one when he left to go to work for robbery. H Racing and Davey Davey Allison and I heard the laugh. Because he made no bones about the fact he said at times the he hated Keeney. Bernstein listing well. I can understand that because Kenny Bernstein had already been very successful in drag racing and Nice where I met him and he was a terrific guy. And I gotta I talk to but I was told. Don't try to talk him when he's working really. He's very dedicated to what he does. I think that transferred over to his NASCAR operation. I compare Kenny as perfection. Very closely. Albuquerque do you really absolutely. They were people who could not work out out because he was so dedicated to what he was doing. And so demanding Rayburn Ham was one of them raiding last very long working for out so pretty much your same situation with Kenny Larry. Mack said that they would actually talk daily and evidently there was no Chitchat. There was no small talk. Larry Mac I said that Katie did not give crap about how you or your family. He just wanted to know the details of what was going on with the rice team. And that was is it now in. Kenya's defense you have a lot of irons in the fire. Absolutely he had the cup team he had his own drag racing team. He had an Indycar team uh-huh and he also had a Bentley a marketing business. He did the he was operate so he had a lot of ours in the fire. And you can see why with all all that going for him. He didn't have time for idle Chitchat. A what he thought was hit chat and that kind of translated into keeney change agent drivers several times. Those first few years Joe Rudman was the first driver thing came. Morgan shepherd then came Ricky Rudd then Brett Bodine and all of those were there era between nineteen eighty six and nineteen ninety. So that's a lot of turnover and Larry Mack said that Kenny was not a patient. Man he said that Ricky Rudd and and Kenny especially weren't exactly on the same page. So here's some inside baseball for you. Kenny Bernstein had brought in Ron Armstrong to build engines. The team and Ron had a drag racing background. So that meant that his engines had a ton eight Hun- of horsepower. But we're drag racing engines. The last quarter of a MILE NASCAR engines need to last five hundred miles. And that's a huge difference. Yes according to Larry Mac nineteen eighty-eight. The team blew eleven. Engines and several of those were while ricky was laden. And a few of those according Larry Mac were within the last relapse and Steve. When you've got an engine all sponsor keep blowing engines? That's not the good looks. So the team wants to hire Lou Larosa but again Lou did not want to move to travelers rest. And that's how the TAME wound up moving to the Charlotte. They actually turned it around on. What Lou Larosa wanted to do and because Linda is pregnant with their first child Brooke Larry decided he was going to commute from their home in South Carolina and the shop in Charlotte and Steve? That was a two hour drive each way and they were working some long Hours at the time. Now when I worked at Sane I had a seventy two mile commute to work I would hit charlotte traffic every morning about about exit. Twenty five in our office was in downtown Charlotte so I had about thirty miles. Charlotte traffic is so when I would hit the office I would just be Eh sasquatch on a go-cart but two hours each way it was seventy two miles. I can make it in about an hour less long hours. The teams work. Yes or Larry. Yeah but that shows dedication to get a job done right yes. He made it about eight months doing that. Yeah and finally had to cry. Uncle six more months and I would have laughed and in nineteen eighty. Nine Tame went from blowing eleven engines to winning the sears diehard award for running the most miles over the course of a season now that shows where Larry participated in the team to help it grow and become more dependable as a clear sign of a right there solving problems and in all fairness ernest. Larry did say that he looks back on that time in his career and he's very thankful for it. He said he was glad to get to work for Kenny Bernstein. I think it was iron sharpening sharpening iron. Yeah that was his trial are so then we also talked about the war. Erupted between Dale Earnhardt. Ricky Rudd et North Walks Bra. I'll be honest with you. This was a story that I had never heard. He said that during the nineteen eighty-nine race at North Woolwich Bra he said that he went down to the CRP. It's and was going to say. Hey let's see if we can't get them to calm down you call your dog off. I'll call my dog off and then we'll settle. Well it at the end of the rice. Well evidently Larry Mack said he headed towards that Pia and basically got tackled. Refi couple deals. I said one had him around the waist. One had him in a headlock and they basically physically kicked him out. Good yes so that was some else. He was trying to be a peacemaker one. He said but he was the one that basically got in trouble because he tried to go into somebody else's peer whether whether he was right wrong or indifferent. That's evidently and no no some hostile. Say I'd never heard that now. And here's one for you. and Larry said did that when he went to work as Dell's crew chief in nineteen ninety seven. He said that he reminded Dale of how many points he lost that day in north walks brought and and then reminded him of how many points he lost the championship to Russia Wallace. Bah and said you know if you had been so hard headed now Steve. I can only imagine what deals reaction would have been. Well you know Rick. I think they'll probably would have taken a pretty well because You probably realized what it did cost him at North Borough and I would say well you know you're you're right. I think he would have done it that way. I I would assume that you were there. That day. North Wilkspur where ricky had to be basically snuck out of the race track. He was in the back of Larry. Max Van Linda was the getaway away driver and he was under coats and everything and that was evidently darn near Orion. Whether it didn't help anything when Ricky guy the car and the crowd was had have cheers and ricky took a long sweeping bow right there and if you ricky read right fan you loved it but if you were Dale Learn Art van and there are paying them there you hated it and I think some of the guys may have seen that and sat. Okay this guy is really off now. And that's probably one reason they had to snuck out of the state. What's it like to cover a story like that? A- and be in the middle of a Ruckus like that. It is an Adrenalin rush. Because I remember some of the fights that covered we've talked about Dell earnhardt and Rusty Wallace in the water bottle. We've talked about Buckshot Jones and raining the joy I remember pit road Mark Green and Jeff Purposes Cruise. They were in a fight right. They were in a street fight. It wasn't a scuffle. It was a straight fight. But what's it like to be in the middle of something one way you kinda like ticket you because this is a this is a great story but on the other hand you have to work harder because you're not writing about just the race any longer you're writing about an episode to place the race and might not have been very pleasant but you have to wait right in the middle of it and get both sides of the story. Oy that is the kind of thing that she had to go through when you have to report on an episode other than racing itself so yeah it's a good story but no who is not a good story in the sense that you have to work that much harder stay. We can find the rundown of this race on racing reference and it will forever say okay. That Jeff Bonin won the race after Ricky and Del got together on the last lap but it won't give the vivid imagery of just that fracas that broke out after that race. And it's a detail that would be lost if it wasn't for the reporting papers like Winston Cup saying I go back to the nineteen eighty-four firecracker four hundred hundred where Richard One has two hundred thrice. We know that we know that. Richard Petty won his two hundredth race in Nineteen eighty-four firecracker four hundred but Hours go back to the fact that there's a sidebar in that paper on a fight between David Pearson into emrich writing wasn't much of a it came with find out my money would most definitely be on David but there was a scuffle in the garage after that race. I just think that that's it's fantastic that we can go back and find the details of that incident rogue one hundred percent. There's so much that goes on. At a rate that is not about the race itself that you feel you have to report and let people know about it and that's not always a said earlier Anisur easier thing to do but you have to do Steve. As I was sitting at breakfast this morning at the local restaurant that I frequent most every morning I was on my phone and Bryan. Kehl posted a t shirt shirt of Ernie Irvan from his time with Robert. Yates racing. So that's a connection to Larry mcreynolds and best of all the T shirt says rocket man and he. It looks like an astronaut and no I did not order it again. We say this every week but it's true every week Brian. The has an amazing inventory. And the stuff that he doesn't have he can more than likely get now. I'm still waiting on my Bobby Hill and trap rock industries t-shirt. That'll that'll eventually come. But it's amazing the stuff that he has access to like. There's Ernie urban rocket man. Yeah I'd forgotten rocket man as Elton John so follow Bryan Kehl on instagram twitter at speedway screens and check out his inventory at speedway. ATS J. Dot Oetzi DOT COM. I actually had a message. This week. Said was the name of that guy that does the t shirts and so I sent the message back and it was Rambo and he said you talk too fast on the podcast so what I did. I texted him back letter by letter. S. Space Space Space not space. So I said Reid rule slow so again for those listeners. At home who think like that I speak too fast. That's the first time I've been accused of that followed Brian Kelly on instagram and twitter at speedway screens and check out his is inventory at speedway T S J dot Ed Dot Com Rambo. How is that in? Steve Is. I'm trying to figure out this whole North Wilkspur a brat that Bohdan scoring issue Larry. Mac Scorn issue. I go on Youtube and I'm trying to find the race and I click on one video. That says something about Nineteen Nineteen Ninety North Wilkes Bra and Lo and behold there you are in a race day segment talking about this race and you're explaining it like an expert so let's hear it explain. Explain this whole incident to me so we can all understand once and for all where we can start with the fact that it was Kenny Wallace first race. Yes and he spun out on lap. Three twenty to bring out the caution okay. Everybody thinks this is GonNa make all the difference in the world in in the race. But before that and I saw this under Green Brett Bohdan pitted for four short period he pitted basically before everybody else. That's exactly right and he did it in nineteen eighteen seconds. Which Larry said was the best pit? Stop error at not teen. Matt was the best thing ever I got. This was in the day. Where Twenty Sec? Back to normal. Now that's where I come in okay. I was watching them for some reason. I just watched Brent make this pitched up and I saw a quick stop watching my hand. We're in the press box or on pit road breast okay. And he came back out and I was not sure that Brad had even been lapped apt. Because if you have a pitstop that's quicker maybe by two seconds than any other. There's a good chance you might be able to hold on the the lead lap at nor hoops Bro. And I thought he had. I thought he had because he was in front of Dale Earnhardt at that particular time. Then came Kinney's any spin on lap three a one and then a few laps later Dale earnhardt and narrow alternate pitted and according to Nascar according to WHO NASCAR let me say that again according to Nascar that put Brett at the top of the leaderboard. Okay but everybody else same same to think that he should have been at the tail end of the lead lap for whatever their reasoning was. I don't know I wasn't a pit score or anything like that. But they all thought that he should have had been the tail end of the lead lap so keen Wallis wrecks and turn one and the video very clearly shows except Dale earnhardt picks up Dale Earnhardt as the leader. That is why stave it is so important to have good pace car driver on that. Now like me me. That was one issue. Dale EARNHARDT got incorrectly. Picked up as later kind of what added fuel to the fire was the fact. Act that Bra and several others pitted under the caution while Dale Earnhardt. Dwi Martin Martin. Dick trickle and Morgan shepherd stay on the right track. So this caution awesome winds up lasting seventeen laps which it North Wilkes Bra is a pretty doggone. Long time and the race broadcast it was actually kind of funny. Because House there are crew chiefs who were going nuts and so was read inside yes while all. This is going on absolutely always thanking like I was saying I did not see any point on the track where Bret really relinquish the lead largely because of that pitch stop I still say that made all all the difference and the real problem began when Nascar did indeed pick up the wrong car as the leader which they admitted to after races over but they also added that it was an error in judgment and as a result of that they could not do anything about it they couldn't make bread go back in the pits and put his as you Cyrus back on for example or anything like that. So here's what Nascar. Da in order to correct what they felt was the mistake in picking up Dale Earnhardt. His later they put Brett at the front of the field on the restart well he had pitted during the caution and he had picked up four fresh tires so he was not. It only had an advantage being in front of the field. He also had the advantage of the four fresh tires. Exactly right and that's a tough combination to be and Steve in the April Twenty Six nineteen ninety issue of Winston Cup. Same Brett Bodine said so. What happened under last caution? Is that the pace car picked up the wrong car. Yes pitted under the last caution but I I was the later when the yellow came out. I don't know if all the others pitted but I couldn't see where all the confusion was coming from. I was jumping up and down in the car because I knew what happened opened. The PACE car picked up the wrong car. Then Nascar changed things and put all the others behind me. So Brad's out front. And he's got fresh tyres because he pitted earnhardt. Dwi and others were on older tires and win. The race finally went back to green on lap. Three thirty nine Brit led the rest of the way going away basically although although Dwi was gaining on him at the end and after the race Darrell. Waltrip obviously is not very pleased. He said I don't think we were second. I think we won this race. They meaning NASCAR saying that's the way it's supposed to be. We're in that gray area of a judgment call where you get into this situation. They knew they did what they did. Moving some cars around and not moving some of the others. They're just opening the doors for a lot of people to be standing there questioning their decision. Rot Now I'm just happy. Happy to finish second. I'd like to have one today with a foul up like that. You Rice everybody even if you know. They're lapsed del. Hit the nail on the head. God Judgment Call. Yes exactly what it was and it was and they were. I maintain that up in the press. Box guys don't see where the argument it really about Brett winning this race course bredon neither now some said in agreement that it was a judgment call but they also suggested the judgment calls also known longer. Be a part of the sport when it came to. Who was going to win the race? That's why the plea for computerized going got louder Outer and eventually I did go to computerize going in the future. Well Steve. This is one of those cases where I believe that NASCAR was truly darned if you do darned darned if you don't because I believe that both sides had perfectly valid points Brent Boden was contending that del Earnhardt should not have been picked up as the leader of the race because he was later. There is all things considered if the rest of the race had gone on and Dylan are gone on to win this race. You know that the controversy would have been the anti earnhardt NASCAR just gave him the rice grab Bohdan Championship as sure. Sure as we're sitting here that would have been the case and that is exactly what goes back to whatever referred to earlier when we talked about covering scuffles at arrays and things it it adds is the burden to the job. You have to do but you have to do it. And you're thinking to yourself. Why am I even writing? This can't ask our get his ass right. Well it would be hard to get your act straight when both sides have valid points yes Brett Bohdan was correct in saying that del Earnhardt was not the later but they W it was also correct in saying that Hatton advantage that he didn't have because he was on the fresher tyres so consider yourself nascar shoes at that point. What do you do? What they did was probably in the end the correct thing to do and say hey we admit to screw up but we're not GONNA be able to change anything that's the way it is? And that's what they did this. This was in Nineteen Ninety and Dr Walter went on to break his leg pretty severely during practice at Daytona that year and wound up going winless in nineteen ninety for for the first time since nineteen seventy four and after this race. Jeff Hammond who is. Dwi Shave. They admitted they made a mistake. But said what can we do new. Jeff went on to say it costs us. Two hundred and fifty thousand dollars in winter circle money poor decisions caused problems all around not just for NASCAR. But all round Steve. The pit past section in Winston Cup saying was probably one of my favorite sections in the paper because it very often almost every wait featured short little tidbits that were quite often gold mining for gold right. Stephen this issue there was this little tidbit. Red Bohdan had qualified twentieth for this race and it was held on April the Twentieth Nineteen Ninety. and Brad's then wife. Diane had found a twenty dollar bill on the ground outside the NASCAR Holler the morning of the race. That Larry Larry Mac and his wife Linda had stepped on without saying it and she picked it up and she gave it to bret and he actually had it in the pocket of his uniform. During in Rice he qualified twentieth. It was held on April twentieth and his then wife had found a twenty dollar bills that he had in his pocket. That's a store door. You really like to read above a scoring for sure and Steven this issue. There's also a scene on the circuit story about Kevin Hamlin Hamlin. who was then a crew member on the car that Butch Miller was driving the time for car owner Travis Carter? Kevin had grown up mowing yards in the summers to earn a little pocket money money and he was mowing Bush's yard. One day in nineteen seventy four. He took a break in kind of wandered around the House to where Bush is ray shop was located and started asking in questions. Why are you doing that? Why are you doing this? And basically essentially Bush started letting him do various monir tasks on the cars and the next thing that Kevin new every day after school I was going to the shop to help work on the race. Car and two years later Kevin was busch's crew chief. Even though he was just just sixteen years old he was too young at some of the race tracks to get into the Pinson head to sit in the grandstand. But Kevin Hamlin and Butch Miller wound up up winning more than four hundred Isis together and to asa championships. You never know where greatness and Kevin was asked in this issue issue if he had ever finished Moen Bush's yard that first day and he says he said no and I don't ever plan on going back but Steve. This is the same Kevin Hamlin who eventually swapped jobs with our mcreynolds midway through the nineteen ninety eight season. Larry Mac went over and became Mike. Skinner screw chief. We've moved over to become Dale Earnhardt's crew chief so that was pretty cool. Finally in this issue there were several letters to the editor about Michael Waltrip wreck at Bristol and at least a couple complained about the track excels Mark Land of Algonquin Illinois said Bristol International. National Raceway is a joke. The Valley del five hundred was a glorified demolition Derby. I think the driver should boycott that facility until it is safer from bottom autumn grove to the top. It's ridiculous to say all that expensive equipment turned into junk twice a year at Bristol and somebody is going to be seriously hurt or even keeled whenever now he was not alone in that thought even in the press. Box some So we're up there saying you know we really don't like these races. It's ten laps cost. It's like ten laps. Caution black ten laps caution for like and that to some of us wasn't racing. Well okay the track is eventually reconfigured ear to allow for side-by-side Rayson and now people are Griping and now people are grabbing the drag has been ruined. So which way do you want right. Do you want a bunch of rags or do you want door Raisin Steve. I've come to the conclusion and I know that this is a revelation to people. I think that some race fans ads and some media just like to gripe I know that's hard to believe it or not there said that that's a stunning revelation. Hi I'm Doug Richard Richard and you're listening to this vault podcast Steve a couple of weeks ago. We had a review on itunes from K.. H. Van and we were having fun trying to figure out exactly who they were a fan. Yeah well I believe that. I have discovered who K. H. I. Fan is Okay Kathleen MacDonald on twitter goes by that handle. Hi Fan and she is actually one of our patriots support. She signed up has been two or three months back but Kathleen is evidently going through a little bit of a trial run. Now she's got cancer and yes. She posted on twitter last week that she was won't be starting her radiation treatments but she said on the other hand. I'm going to be done with these treatments in time to go to the rice asparagus and she didn't ask for anything she was just stating a fact. She said I'm going through treatments but I'm really looking forward to go into. She is a hard core rice fan. Now we're the whole Kevin Harvick thing comes from. I don't know but I saw her tweet. And I kind of followed her fate and everything and she is a very very very very passionate rice. Fan reminds me a lot of sandy step And so I just tweeted out to Kevin Harvick and K. Hi and d'alene Ena in Las Vegas and everything. And I just said hey this is Kathleen. She's going through this right now. Is there any way that you could roll out the red carpet and I thought it it was very cold. The reaction of the NASCAR twitter community that request received a lot of attention as it should. And eventually Tommy Joe Martins Martin's the xfinity drought reached out to Kathleen and said. Hey contact me and I will get you. Hooked up with some hot passes off. Spike is I don't know if Kevin Harvick Harvick or any of his people who've responded but Tommy Joe Martins did and I thought that was really coke it is absolutely so Kathleen I hope you have a great time at Las Vegas Vegas and this deal that you're going through right now. Fight you fight it with everything that you have you're going to Kathleen I know you can. And Steve on Itunes we. We have another great review. Ram are in seven says many years ago when you can only hear races on the radio I would sit with my dad and listen. I became a lifelong as long petty fan because we were across family. Those days are gone as well as my dad. Who recently passed? I really appreciate your efforts and work to preserve the history of the sport I grew up with and share the love for with my dad. Keep up the great work and Steve on Twitter Brandon AF at greatest brand sad. Ed started listening to this podcast about a year ago. And I'm so happy I did love hearing all the stories from the legends. It's my favorite thing. I listen into every week about that tremendous. It's my favorite thing. I'll listen to every now. That's pretty cool. That is a great review. So Steve where. You're going to be back next week. And we are going to have the first of what will be a three part interview with cow. How petty stem don't miss this and stay? We're also going to be debut in another little surprise for our listeners and viewers. Oh the bag viewers take that for what it's worth in the church and Notre Dame. I don't care what track You're bitter batted sooner or later.

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Une tasse de Dieu ep#12 Joug

Une tasse de Dieu

11:59 min | 5 months ago

Une tasse de Dieu ep#12 Joug

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Zeit Remixed 3/9: LA Rams, Reggie, Max Von Sydow, Corona Virus: Ohio

The Daily Zeitgeist

14:03 min | 5 months ago

Zeit Remixed 3/9: LA Rams, Reggie, Max Von Sydow, Corona Virus: Ohio

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Junior real stories from men and women wrongfully convicted who prevailed against unthinkable odds and emerge with grace and newfound purpose for life the podcast subscribe now wherever you get your podcasts. Hello, the Internet and welcome to Zyppah remixed. Over! Yeah, that's that's the one they make sprite remix anymore, no dance. Focus. My. Handle Oh my goodness, there. You are Oh my good man's. All right. Let's talk about what's trending right now. Rams New logo trending because the los. Angeles Rams have released a logo. US Basically Yeah Lisa Hat. That has a new logo on it. It is I would say not good right. There's one way to describe it. What were straight traffic supposed to be a wave or something? I don't know it's supposed to be like in L.. A. A. is curving back to be like. Oh! 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How is that a decision that you think is good for the final dying farts of store at early it's they were like I mean there are barely any stores open left anyway. They closed like six hundred stores last year. I don't know what Hap- I mean potentially what he resurrects it and that's. That's for his ego. Does he do it because he has a revenge fantasy I'm not sure what his motivation is, unless he really. Oh, I can. I can bring this motherfucker back if he believes that he can bring back game. Stop then you know what more power to him. However, he chooses to do that if he turns them all into land centers that combined both video game stores and also places to play video games making them game stops then like maybe. I. Don't know I don't have any information on that. I'm sorry. Hold on anyway. The point being is that I. don't see a world in which he reignites this brand. When so much of how people buy Video Games? For now digital, barely anybody has physical copies anymore, and even if there's I mean, guys go on sale so much now on all of the on my networks, there's no point that's when I realized how far we've come. because there was nothing more satisfying than going to the store on release date, getting my physical disk in my hand, and being like Oh man when I get home, this shit is. Is On for now being like are the night before I pre- by it I. Wake up and Santa has already put it onto my downloaded. It's ready to go. Yeah, there's there's a convenience factor, but I'm still I still like the feeling like now as an adult I couldn't buy a lot of games as a kid. I was to rent them so like if people came over the week. Three game collection you. You got like Raymond to and you're die. Hard trilogy collection on, please. Now I'm like you'll check out this wild ass, self. Yes, I have literally fee Fas, Ninety nine to twenty. On here, but I know. 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Be Like you know. He's actually in the seventh seal, right? That's how she that's how your mind works. When your kid and here's how my mind works as an adult. I just now realized that that was him, and it was a reference to the seven seal. So there's that and the three eyed raven more recently. He was the priest from exorcist. Right. Yeah I don't know y'all got quiet on me. When I. Just WanNa. You're with. Yeah, yeah, okay, whatever you. No Nail Yeah keep going with that. You scream at one I. Almost said he was the cop an extra. Exercise A. Wait so, what do you think, exorcist? Vomiting and that COP has to come in shooter. The power of Christ compels you. More than one hundred that it's wild when people like him and was it Christopher Lee. Who got those like ridiculous careers? Yeah, he's. He's one of them I bet he. He has like some bad ass secret in his past or something. Christopher Lee was like a total like war hero type F. Yeah, I feel like people that age you know who came of age at that time. Right generally have wild stories where the like charged a machine gun nest, bare hands, or something I would believe that Christopher Lee was actually saw remond. Before his like Oh. Yeah that that was actually me. I is to is a Gig with Tokyo. And finally Corona Virus Ohio a one of many krona virus, related things that are trending reason to the Dow Jones but corona virus. Ohio's trending. I noticed something that I was just looking at a map of the United States. Those broken out by state and a number of coronavirus cases, and it was like Kentucky had one. Indiana had a couple I was like Ohio maybe their next. Three cases today so I think it's it goes along with our theory that it's not just our theory, but the the idea that it's just where people testing is the only thing that like if people start testing in a place. That's when you're going to find out their crew out of ours. Yeah I mean. I can't imagine there's a at this point where there isn't at least as parade summer. That's the nature of things when we're not prepared in any way, yeah, so that is what is trending on this fine. Monday afternoon evening We hope you guys have a great. Night and we'll be back tomorrow. With another episode of the daily Zeitgeist Talk to shock to Reggie theus Amen Amen. The only way is through a new podcast in partnership with iheartradio, and under armor, players, coaches and athletes share intimate and personal stories perform at the highest level this season Notre Dame women's basketball coach Muslim McGraw battling losing. Record every game knowing you're supposed to win. That really weighs heavy on your shoulders tonight. I said at one point. Wouldn't it be great to be the underdog again? My husband said be careful what you wish for and here we are listening to the only way is through available now on the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcast. I'm hugh. 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Happy Daily 187  The flu, for real

Happy Day in Wilkes!

04:44 min | 1 year ago

Happy Daily 187 The flu, for real

"Wii all this is Brian. And it's the happy Bailey. Think that's name of this show. Tell you what I my stomach's rumbling right now. I got the flu again. I sometimes I say the flu, and I don't really mean the fluid just mean like stomach bug or something but girl number two who actually currently girl number one girl number one is in getting like intensive therapy in another home for the time being it's like she's training up to be the next red flyer or the next macho man, Randy savage, but while she's doing that girl. Number two, the seven year old is now girl number one. She has influenza A and B. I am bay. That's like both kinds. Apparently, there's four kinds seeing day. Don't really apparently do much people. It's more like sent me. Get for your daughter, your horse or your kale? But. But she's got both kinds of the flu. And I think I have at least one of them now calls my stomach's rumbling. And I I've been running a favor and just it's just awful. Things are good here at being awful busy with my new job. It's worked from home, and I'm strategizing in managing projects or the nation's third largest goose control consortium. Now what I do is super technical. I'm on the phone a lot in my room, Linda me right now. But I just I'm learning at people are people no matter where you're at. I'm trying to get used to the company culture. So there are things that I'm used to do in the other people aren't used to do in terms. And I'm used to using that don't mean the same thing there in terms they use don't mean the same thing in places of work before it's kind of weird. Going into a new, you know, business and have and everything over 'cause I was an expert in my prior location. But now, I'm having to lane on all my, you know, people skills in my professional experience and not necessarily my organization on haulage in that's awful difficult for me. 'cause you know, I'm always been proud of my organizational knowledge, but it's just it's just one of those things you got to exclude I'm learning to walk again. And I just wanna run off vice I love ruining except for not really hus-. I'm fat. But I I love the idea of it. But I just can't do what I gotta crawl walk little baby. Or it's like, I'm at WalMart. Can you know, I got a bad back or something or bad? Name Kim has to push me around in the wheelchair. Now, I pushed her reign on on her wedding night 'cause cheap broker foot. You're in our wedding seriously. So you know, she owes me she's I ain't too good. The her push me around and wheelchair for eight it. But that's kind of where I'm at right now is healthy. He'll and I just it's a it's interesting. But I'm as I'm learning more. And I want to thank I know something max van which everyone you that was hush hush. But, you know, hush, but I'm just figuring out that I don't know as much as I thought a new, and whenever I think I learned something I learned to more things that I didn't know. And it's it's oh my stomach, but it's an awful lot of fun. You know, and money scrape I was able to grade the net flicks to act the Kon-ri and have two streams going. We also able to afford Hulu now on top of that. And my w w network, and I just have to say, I just it's it's it's interesting. I miss my old work. No miss my old friends, but in a making new friends. And, you know, more than a new work, and you know, I'm just going to be bigger stronger. Feistier that's just what a lot of day. It's just the Yata change. Evolve. Not really 'cause evolution ain't real for more. Check answers in Genesis dot org. But you just got to evolve so to speak or you're gonna die, and I don't wanna die. I wanna leave how to thrive I want to be the very best bach-. No one ever was. And that's my goal. That's what I'm going to do. And that's my date for the happy daily. I'll I promise you. I'll be back here in a couple of days after the flu runs its course homeless Tomac and hope y'all have a happy day. And I love, you know, everything there is about you. And I'll see y'all later.

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Friday 8/30/19 - Frank Lenti

Chicago Dog Walk

39:50 min | 1 year ago

Friday 8/30/19 - Frank Lenti

"I bank today's friday august thirtieth chicago dog walk big show today really excited for a can't even describe how excited for that's being very honest with you with frank lenzi the winningest his coach and illinois state history. We'll get to that in a second so right now. We will not be recording on labor day so i know this episode along for you so spilled up. Do whatever you want with it but i just i wanna let you know. This one's a little longer because we're not coming at you monday but yeah i'll i'll stop right now and let's get right into franklin. Alright bang bang another episode of chicago dog aguas. I'm very excited about this show. It's opening weekend of high school football so i've thought who better to bring on than frank lenzi frank. How're ya great very good. Thank you ed so obviously a man in chicago. You need no introduction coach mount carmel for thirty four seasons three hundred seventy four wins eleven state titles. I could go on and on but right now. You work at saint lawrence your special consultant for football and athletics right. I mean <hes> also a mount carmel. Grabner spent thirty six years there. There is an adult thirty four as head football coach but now we're moving forward. We're at saint lawrence in the first year was quite an interesting year erin quite a challenge and now we're in year two and after the football season the president and the athletic director asked me if i wouldn't mind doing some cima open forum mentoring with coaches from other sports and that was a great we would meet once a week during their lunches. I'd bring handouts on maybe aby motivation attitude development dealing with parents wherever the case might be and i told the coaches it's not gonna be coach frank lecturing for in our two. I wanted everybody to participate and i think they found that you know really refreshing and different and it was a learning experience because they could learn. I'm from one another as well so you say coach. Lenti is get your involving a little volleyball hair or you're getting you know. Soccer is on any any head coach or assistant coach from every sport good good come during their lunch periods and it was set up so that we would meet some people could be there for a half hour some for an hour some could be there for almost two hours but it was men and women <hes> boys and girls sports head coaches and assistant coaches nice. It sounds like an awesome service so we start at the beginning of those mount carmel. Obviously you played football. They're all high school. Wow nobody was capped into the baseball ball team at mount carmel our enough for football freshman sophomore junior year in each year <hes> they told me to go home. I was too small really so what made you you become a high school. Football coach then <hes> i actually started coaching grammar school football my senior year at mount carmel and then when when i was done playing college football for a couple of years university which was club football at most of the schools are kept the programs morphed into division vision three <hes> couple of my teammates. We're going to take over coaching at saint barnabas grammar school and asked me if i'd help out so i had coach that our parish already coached the fifth and sixth graders helped start the program saint barnabas for a couple years and got a job at saint francis. Not sales was a sophomore assistant for one year sophomore head coach for two years then moved on to thornton and harvey with frank esposito eight oh and was a varsity assistant for him for five years then <hes> went back to mount carmel as an assistant for two and then became the head head coach in nineteen eighty four and thirty four years later. I was wrapped up as that head football coach so nineteen eighty-four did. Did you think think ever that that would be your last job. <hes> i never even thought about. I always thought in terms of whatever job i took that was going to be the last job. Meanwhile while i was at mount carmel i was approached by several public high schools. I was approached by some colleges including coach halts at the the university of notre dame about coaching at those places and you know at the time i chose a stay at mount carmel offer many reasons. That was a great choice. He's <hes> the way it ended up. Maybe not such a great choice. You know a lot of my friends who <hes> moved on and coached and public high schools you know they ended up with nice this six-figure pensions and you know we have none of that in the private ice cold serious and there was you know you had the opportunity to join lou holtz at notre dame. Yes nineteen eighty eighty nine and ninety. Was there any other college offers like was there were there were some people who talk to me about some opportunities so as you say that any kind of talk about the pension doc you like. Is there a little bit of like thinking like i think of another path or what kind of the <hes> the regret is you know because of <hes> you know things wrapped up at mount carmel having someone told me and my brother that <hes> we were overpaid. You know that was kinda the crazy when <hes> my last year at thornton and harvey nineteen eighty-one i made twenty seven thousand dollars coaching varsity football and baseball the following year. I went back to mount carmel for sixteen thousand nine hundred dollars so i took a forty percent cut in salary. Go back to mount carmel. It took me almost ten years to get back to that twenty seven thousand dollars talking nineties at that point right so they have somebody tell tell me that you know that we're overpaid absolutely ridiculous particularly somebody who had no history with the school of the program for forty a years. Oh it's interesting as you brought up. You didn't play football. Though did you ever because that's a big thing. I went to an all boys catholic school on the north side and that's a big thing. We want one of our guys. We wanna karma guy. We wanna pats guy. Was there anything where like oh coach liked. He didn't play football when he first took over. We're talking again. <hes> i had been under bill for a couple of years ears so father carol who is a principal at the time you know he had known me for many years. He was a faculty member. There's a brother when i was a student. <hes> <hes> myself in many of my classmates attended his ordination. He baptized oliver. Children married everybody in our group so we had a long association on. I think you know of my passion for coaching and teaching. I was assistant high school football coach for ten in years before i became that football coach at mount carmel so he felt good about frank lenzi the guy and he knew that you'd be able to kind of take over the football program. Okay okay and you bring up. You know we talk. We talk about other stops. Have you ever gotten tempt about like the suburban route. Oh sure sure in fact <hes> you know unbeknownst wants to me. There were some years there that <hes> you know people who i'm boards at some of those suburban high schools particularly out west and up north had been in contact with some of the mom carmel board board members and they had talked to them about. Do you think your coach would be interested in leaving mount carmel and and now and i was approached with that they asked me if i wanted to leave and i said no. I would prefer to stay at mount carmel. <hes> you know so. Let's see see what happens and apparently they had gone to father. Colin told them that they thought that <hes> i'd coach and you know one or two as assistant should be better paid if they were gonna stay at mount carmel for the long term. Was there any <hes> what's the most you've been tempted. What was the closest job you like. You really thought about you slept on it. Notre dame notre dame any suburban high school job. No not really in fact. I never interviewed for jobs and never never even took an interview view for any of those positions you know. After i was like oh at mount carmel i was contacted by some different ice schools and i was not interested. It was very interested in <hes> you know staying in the catholic league. If i possibly good and <hes> you know surely after i left mount carmel <hes> joe martinez artigas the president of saint lawrence and harry blackmun had football coach came to the house and visited with me. <hes> we sat in the living room. I'm for three hours and talked about education teaching coaching all of those things and <hes> i had known joe martinez as a student athlete at saint lawrence then he went on. I was a football player in a wrestler and went on and got his education at west point so you know he's a pretty sharp guy so i was very interested in in helping him. You know continue the growth of saint lawrence high school about how many teams are schools reached <unk> out once. Everything happened <hes> gosh. I don't know i have to go back and try and and count them up but there were there. Were a number of them at ten twenty. I'd say i'd say i'd say between probably five and ten five in tan nice. <hes> that's still you know how hard was it and this is like this is goes back to and you're you're still in the mix right now. How hard is it to recruit on the south side <hes> again. You know what i don't like using the word recruiting. It's it's all marketing okay and what people don't understand is all private schools you know they market their entire student body. You know it's not just football football baseball basketball. You are marketing your entire student body. You know and athletics plays an important role in all of those functions particularly in football in our in our league you know in most of the schools in our league have <hes> good football good baseball good good basketball and some others have good wrestling. Some others have other other a good sports but you know there's kind of the you know the big three you know they have football in the fall. You have basketball wrestling in the winter and usually baseball <hes> in the fall are not spring and some of the schools are very good and and soccer as well but now in for myself you know saying watch recently went co ed so that's that's new for me as well in having spent all those years at mount carmel being a male school <hes> before that though the five years at thornton three years at saint francis. We're both coed. Schools calls because you know i did frequently runner that you know we're all round problem on the north side. There's l- less options for sure and there's just so many options you know sent read <hes> <hes> brother rice malcolm ameris. I it just seems like a gauntlet. You're right then <hes> when people wanna penalize the private schools how <hes> you know the i to say the different rules <hes>. They don't realize that although schools are vying for the same student athletes they're in a five to ten mile radius. You know it's not like other parts of the state where they have their districts and the other schools are several miles apart in most of the kids that go to these private schools. Their families are deciding which private high school they're we're going to go to most of them not all of them but most of them attended private grammar schools and they want to continue that education for their the youngsters as far as going up against recruiting wiser school that you just hated like he just didn't like again no no not really because <hes> you know for me they were all important and you know as you would call it recruiting <hes> the lifeblood of of the athletic nick departments lifeblood of the schools i mean if you didn't have good marketing you know why would why would the youngsters wanna pay eleven twelve thousand dollars to go to a your school particularly where some of them are located but is it like i mean you don't franklin. D doesn't like to colorado right <hes> no. I like the color red right red and blue todd todd caskets and read a good friend of mine. Okay very good friend of mine. <hes> you know when i was ambushed at mount carmel. He was among the very first people to contact me. Do you reached out right away. How about that yes. That's the the riddick carmel rivalry so as nice yes. What about <hes> like. We talked about gaily. Did you guys have a chance to play anywhere else or did you like playing there. I liked playing gay liam. We also played a number of games over the years at acura saw stadium which was mount carmel homefield when i was a freshman and sophomore mount carmel and still some as a junior and then eventually louis and evolved to gately <hes> i liked gately. I liked its location. There were plenty of parking spaces and and <hes> you know we were playing the largest stadium in the league weighed in on it but we played in the largest stadium in the league in the last last number of of years you know gately replaced its turf <hes> built two new press boxes <hes> chain some seating around <hes> so they invested a lot of money <music> knee and now it's my understanding that the chicago public league isn't gonna run gately anymore. That's gonna be run by a privatized company. The the same people that run soldier field really yes. Yes i mean because the c._p._s. always kind of preference though now oh yes sure they did sure that i don't know if that'll happen anymore. And <hes> you know on mount carmel is now. You know what they're calling building stadium. <hes> it's really going to be our practice westfield at mount carmel with more seat some lights and a press box it. Was that <hes> gaily. Did you play there forever year. You said you the entire the entire for your time. I was the head coach you know. Gately was our main venue. <hes> we had a chance over the years. We probably played out handful of games on campus. You know when we played a few of the schools in the league that we thought weren't gonna bring very many fans and that was really the nice part that we could go right outside and you know play our home games right there. Are let's pause here for a second talk about the sponsor this show the farmers dot chief here here again to talk about the farmers is georgia's attack tacking stuff now he was it. It seems like he's more excited to eat than ever and it's probably because he's not getting that process burnt brown kibble like he's getting a good nutritious delicious meal and it shows says it's almost like human food for docs right. It's exactly that so. It's human great food f._d._a. Approved but it's designed by vets so it's four. It's human food four dogs. 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They said well. We'll talk practical. You did say you did say we were going on out there. That's our you're you graduated from there. I mean yeah that's still that's stop part of you. There's there's no you know. There's no getting around that. I'm a mum carmel graduate yeah for sure and that's that's what it sounded natural debris abia somebody might say or whatever but i just find that i'm not in any hurry to run back to montgomery. Where do you keep like the stuff off the gear like the shirts and hats and everything most of those things. I gave away to our players okay i after i was ambushed and let go <hes> several other players came to visit me. You know a lot of them were distraught and we sat right here in the family room and and talked and a lot of that that stuff i just i just gave to the kids as i didn't need it. Need it anymore interest. Is there anything that you held onto a box anywhere now. There's there's stuff off here. I mean you know there are a lot of my son. Stuff is still here because he has no room for it so a lot of his mount. Carmel clothing is still here but you know in my drawers. Now i've saint lawrence clothing yeah. <hes> you know saint lawrence short say lawrence t shirts say lawrence polos you know <hes> tim chandler the athletic director and <hes> joe martinez and jamuna principal. They've been just fabulous to me. It's it's great to be able to go to school and not have somebody looking over your shoulder. You know feeling like you're gonna be attacked for something. Are you finding that you're enjoying this role because you know what this is like. <hes> you know bill parcells right now. He's called a courtesy consultant at for the cleveland browns since two thousand fourteen and a lot of people would be like oh. That's you know legendary coach. That's what he's doing at saint lawrence. This is if you found anything differently like rewarding wise or do you miss kind of call the <hes> it's it's. It's very enjoyable to me you know because the coaches ah coaches at the saint lawrence now <hes> three of them did work with me at mount carmel at one time so it's very it's very relaxing accent. It's very enjoyable. <hes> i see things go on. That may be younger coaches. Don't see so. I can mentor them. I can give them advice. You and i tell the coaches. You don't have to listen to me. You know i i am asking to be for you the voice of experience if you do careless you know so that that's up to them and that doesn't mean anybody has all the right answers all the time and you know. I don't worry about calling the plays i mean when when i was at mount carmel in a lot of that was done with myself and tomasulo and some other coaches over the years in i found it interesting that <hes> you know the president resonate among carmel said he didn't like our offense. He didn't know one of our offense from the other but deal sal high school in california <hes> the school guajira ran out up a record of hundred fifty one consecutive wins. They're still running our offense as well. That's that's interesting because that's what i want to get into right now. I wanna get into took a little little game here. It's going to be called. Are you worried and it's if you're worried about a certain thing okay shirt. Let's kick it off. All boys catholic schools <hes> uh-huh roll down. I'm not i'm not worried for the ones that are surviving. I think they have a plan to continue to survive dislike all-girls catholic high schools. I think the good ones are the good ones and they're going to hang in there even like the football teams though because numbers are dwindling dwindling a little bit they're they're. They're down a little bit everywhere. That's at the numbers are down every place they really are. The numbers are down in <hes> in football because because of mom's concerns primarily which in my own opinion. I think a lot of that ed is unfounded and here's why i say that almost all of this research that's been done on concussions is done on who older people dead former n._f._l. Players also god love him. Most kids are going to be done playing football in highschool. Some will go on and play in college but the ones who finish is playing in high school. They're never gonna have the high impact. The n._f._l. Is due and they're never going to have the number of hits that those guys. Have you know that might be causing the problems you know with their with their c._t. And everything else that goes along with it so i think you know the sensationalism of with this and i'm not saying it's not a problem but i think the sensationalism of it is scaring moms and scaring some kids and it's really it's. It's really a shame because excuse me as i said the vast majority of those kids that are going to be done playing after high school career span from six to eight years that's right and some some will get to play in college division one two or three but after that you know that next window gets extremely extremely small definitely the triple option. Is it in the hospital waiting for last rites. Paul johnson just retired. You know what there are. A lot of people still running the triple apple option. They just run it out of offense called the pistol they really do there are still a number of people running the split back veer. I still still get calls from high schooling guys. I've known over the years you know talk to me about how you did what you did <hes> done a few one man. Clinics teaching is a split back veer <hes> but i think you know the little more in vogue. Formation is the pistol you know which is short shotgun that they run option football football out of georgia's. It's tweet so you're not worried. No no i mean not all offenses run in cycles. Yeah you know i go back to all the way back to nineteen seventy three seventy four. When notre dame won the national championship they were using the wing t offense the wing t the offense came into vogue. I believe in the nineteen fifties you know it got cycled out then. It got cycled back in okay so it's not i it'll adapt adapt so there'd be like the woolly mammoth became the elephant like i see a so not worried about that and i forget so we're not worried either about all boys catholic schools for at least the ones i'm familiar with. I think they're going to do okay next one. Are you worried the purple <hes> again. That's a hard one because i'm not that involved with the decision making any more. When i was yeah thematic director mount carmel obsidian charger football you know so i would always championed the cause for the purple reason being i felt it continued to give more high school. Kids publicly catholic league a chance to continue to play you know no matter how many teams went into the playoffs if those kids get more opportunities to play the more opportunity to be seen by college coaches division one two or three in on the prep bowl <hes> as been around a lot longer than the i. It's just a playoff so i was always happy that the i just say grandfather that in and i know there are some younger athletic directors. They let their egos get ahead of them. <hes> <hes> we don't want to be a part of the ball you know it's kind of like the nothing thing well you know what some kids get a chance to finish and they get to finish their season season the last weekend of the season along with the eight state champs. That's still pretty neat. The soldier fill factor is huge play anymore. No oh not they haven't the last couple of years but my last six years as the head coach of mount carmel. We want to prep bowls. We had two state semi my finals and two state championships where the first private high school ever win class eight eight before i all i didn't on the next year we won't class lasts seven eight okay so a little worried about the proposal liz just because we don't know who's got a call right exactly okay what about the i say implementing this new district model <hes> that worries me greatly and worries me greatly because of you know schools like saint rita and mount carmel f they they end up playing a lot of schools from c._p._s. That don't have lower level programs. How is that gonna affect lower level programs at the private high schools kids are not gonna wanna go to the private high schools because they're not gonna get to play full schedules as freshmen and sophomores they may opt to stay in their neighborhoods and in the suburbs you know in play against <hes> schools. It have more more students more players. What's the latest on that. Is that like fully holy gonna happen again. I you know i think it's in line right now but i've also heard that you know they're going to revisit that again this fall and not being in. You know not shopping in a school day to day. I don't i'm not in saint lawrence every day. During the football season i go after school. <hes> i'm there for practice. I hang out with the coaches a little bit afterwards and then come on. I'm not a fulltime employees of saint lawrence okay and were you for the s._e._c. merger roger. Oh sure i was always for that okay. I you know when we did it back in the uh back in the mid nineties late nineties early two thousand. I always thought that was a good thing you know because again i thought it gave the kids more opportunities to play against better competition all the way around it gave some of the lesser programs in both leagues and opportunity to grow and develop and ninety thing. That's going to strengthen the catholic schools. You know you have <hes> from my point of view. You have to be for that okay so we got <hes> not worried on the all catholic boys high schools in trouble now worried about the triple option option kind of worried about the purple very worried about the i just say implementing the district model. What about are. You worried all that hard seltzer. They're gonna take over the beer industry. I don't. I don't drink anymore so i'm gonna leave the u._s. Concern right let me tell you. It's a concern. I'm sure i'm i'm sure i'm sure it is. It's all right i appreciate. I'll say i'm concerned about okay. I'm worried for you. That's a segment. I worried players. You've coached so many legendary players. I gotta ask was there ever a time where you try to pull antoine walker out of the gym and get to play some white outer sues. No no no no. No you know when you looked at antoine walker. You knew he was destined for basketball and there is no no need to to to mess with pat plus. You know i'm not sure he could get cold and flu season. If the ball wasn't around i gotcha so going back to. I mean all your players. Is there anyone <hes> let's give the linemen. Some love who is was one linemen. That just really was <hes>. I know it's hard opinion. You know what i mean. That's very very difficult and quite honestly when you start doing that ad you make one guy happy and you amen yeah and you take cov a whole bunch of other guys. Is there a way to do it. Though who is one of the smartest guys i could was one of the smarter line when you think when it pops again my <hes> academically probably the smartest you know would have been our senator from my last team max van-de-velde you know graduated or the the top of his class is a thirty four c. t. in all i mean <hes> armor thirty-five a._c._t. I'm sorry hit at thirty five with another lineman on that right team that at thirty four a._c._t. Wait a couple of other guys it had thirty one thousand thirty two's and thirties and in a bunch of guys who really did a good job academically skip away from the players all about let me talk about prototypes. What are you when someone showed up. Freshman showed up. You want to mold the guy who the perfect quarterback order back for the offense. What is you first of all first of all for us. It was always a guy who was a good decision maker and then a guy who protected detected the football. It wasn't necessarily the fastest guy or the biggest guy or the strongest guy and there are some guys you know that they're just gonna gonna fit the bill you know when when we had donovan mcnabb okay our coach don was a sophomore. He was a backup quarterback on a state championship a team yet. He never started at quarterback on a state championship team but our coaches were betting when donahue and went to college someday he would vie for is men trophy so you knew that good at the tight yes you knew he was as you new year's at good and he was that good athletically you know but again and then it still comes back to all the combination of things you know that you need it. I mean <hes> the quarterback before donovan. Mike mcgrew mike mcgrew played an three state championship team started onto and then when i was a captain with pat fitzgerald at north western of now athletically you might take donovan but production-wise. Who are you gonna take. You're gonna take take mike. What about simeon rice. Did you know he would turn turn into what he was. Oh there was you know again. When simeon came to mount carmel he came as a running back and then he started to grow and but he wasn't filling out much <hes> <hes> you know his junior year he wanted to still play running back in nice down them and talk to him and said zen. We wanna make you a defensive lineman or a tight end. He wanted to be running back. He literally fought us all year when he'd get into games he would screw up on purpose to show us. He couldn't do those just things so eventually be this. You know what sit your butt down till. You're ready to do what we like you to do. So may of his junior year going into his senior season season <hes> he comes into my office. He doesn't even sit down. He just leans over my desk and says a coach. I just wanna play play. I'll do whatever you tell me to do. As it sam you play in the defensive line and you're going to go to college for free. Just do do what we go through to. Do you go to college for free. <hes> job pataki was our defensive line. Coach took him under his wing and the rest is history street. You know he ended up starting as a true freshman i in the big ten at the university of illinois and played in a super bowl and a won a super bowl poland not when he played in one that super bowl he took my brother david night to the game <hes> he paid for everything for dave and i paid paid for air fare paid for our tickets. <hes> had a limo pick us up with some of our former players class of his teammates. The only thing that i remember david i paying for where meals out that was nice turnout and again and he won the super bowl. You know a few years later you know donovan played in the super bowl but he didn't take goats david i so he didn't have his mum carmela germs and it didn't work out his workout eagles exactly there you go and was it that he call you that night. Though was there anything. Where do you remember when he wanted to be a running back now. You went four overall now. We still keep in touch korea yes i he spends most of the year out out in arizona and california and shortly after i was ambushed at mount carmel well you know he contacted me and aware quite a long talk and when they had a celebration when the coaches and the parents put together a celebration abrasion for me <hes> last june year ago june <hes> he flew in to speak at the event you still donovan <hes> occasionally but not as much as timmy <hes> nice. That's that's that's incredible amount of players that came out of there that just went out of big. Things was awesome. <hes> what about who do we got this week for saint lawrence <hes> we opened up at hyde park okay well. It's an open hyde park friday night at seven thirty at home which would be great. I think you'll be a nice nice atmosphere. It'll be something new for the kids and the coaches and the players and the school and i'm sure hyde park. It's going to have some athletes in we just i have to make sure that <hes> we overcome their initial charge and we settle down do what the kids say. Lawrence are being coached to do well now. Who's era like in conference. Schedule is oh gosh. I don't even have to front of me but i mean we've got a. We've got a pretty tough schedule. Excuse me after after <hes> hypoc eisenhower then we play joliet catholic out of joliet got along the way we play nazareth's. We played bennett. We play brother rice. We play providence. We play de lasalle on. I'm sure i miss <hes> <hes> depaul academy for missing a couple in there in the nice thing is i don't have to worry about the schedule right now. That's for the head coach after the consult and salt. I just all right. I just worry about week-to-week coach. Helping coach the kids getting them motivated and helping coach the coaches quality control troll right exactly just gave a just gave coach nissen and a few of the other coaches a book yesterday on clock management so i'm a big reader so i'm i'm big on giving out handouts to the coaches and the adults and the players but i don't even have to worry about the players this point in time. Can you give the listeners a book recommendation because we said before you're you're always carrying a bucket. What's if you got to do a couple of gopher because i know it's probably hard to <hes> yeah well. The the number one book. I always liked to have the coaches read and when i was the head coach of mount carmel i would buy it for everybody on the staff as gob book recalled wooden by john wooden steve jameson. It's a little hard back book that you can buy at barnes and noble and there's not a single exon zano in the book. It's really mock conduct of life type of book that can be used by parents can be used by coaches in john wooden houses rules of three. Don't lie don't cheat. Don't steal things like that. Don't mind don't complain different things like that that i thank our life lessons for for parents to us as well. You know john would mentions in his book a lesson he learned in iraq about from abraham lincoln which we always tried tried to follow <hes>. Don't do for your children what they can do for themselves. Does that make sense at us. Don't do your children what they can do for themselves. Them now be their own right and it's okay. I try and remind parents. It's okay for your son or daughter to stumble and in fall. You know that's okay because when they go to the workforce we can't always be there for them. Great point right absolutely true as well. We'll we're coming towards the end here. I mean d- <hes> d- ever do you ever see yourself coaching again. I i never say never i never say never <hes> the big the big thing for me and i've discussed this with you know some of my former assistant at i don't know so that we would ever be able to recreate what we had at mount carmel which shows me that leadership at mount carmel right now never understood what we were doing winging what we had. I'm talking in terms of the tightness. The binding of the parents the student athletes the coaching and everybody everybody who is involved in a with the programme on a day-to-day basis. I mean <hes> our coaches. We started years ago. We would have christmas parties where our staff and all of our children we have summer parties in summer outings with our staff and all of our children so i was more of an avocation than just a job and i don't think that some people on the board at malcolm school understand what real coaching is all about real coaching is teaching the kids life lessons through football. It's not about being a star of your college or you know being a <hes> trophy finalist when you're in college. It's the life lessons that you impart. I know youngsters you know so that they can take those things and move forward word to make them better people students and athletes as they grow the culture <hes> just exactly exactly and and in our cultural i'll stay for a while but eventually it's probably going to change. You know it had sto. It's going to be just going to be different that has you know like you said there's a lot of people there that are we're just doing that because they volunteer concession stamp people and it just like you said the christmas parties and there's a lot of stuff that yeah that sometimes that could go away after a while i and we we would have we would have parents whose athletes played for us in the nineties and up until a handful years ago. They were still volunteering their time. The chain crew the access style. Sure the you know the chain crew mount carmel that was there when i was coaching every one of those dads their sons played for us and when i left because of the way i was treated. They all left yeah well coach. It was awesome to sit down with you. I really mean that asoka big just high school football fan you know sitting across in your kitchen literally sitting in their kitchen talking to football with you was honestly a pleasure thank you. I'm just a guy very fortunate to have tremendous assistant coaches you know great players great families at that time in great support from the school for mount carmel and its faculty members and its administration and <hes> and again you know i want to make sure we had you. Oh 'cause you talked about some of the players. I talked about max van developed in taxes team also where the young man by alec thomas who is is not playing minor league baseball and his dad's a strength and conditioning coach for the white sox alec was the sixty fourth player. I believe taken can in the major league draft last year right out of mount carmel as he was our quarterback and people would always ask them. Aren't you afraid of getting hurt for baseball and he would tell them. I know someday. I'm gonna make my living playing baseball but i love football my point being way too many coaches and too many parents want their student athletes to become one dimensional. They want them. Just just play one sport and it's really counter productive for youngsters. That's the other thing i'd encourage people to let their student athletes be multi sport athletes deflate. It's better for their bodies in their minds that i know that's always a big thing. Everyone thinks someone's going to be a superstar one thing but hey about the kid be the kid while they're in their eighteen emmanuel. Figure it out right exactly. I got your kosher franklin to really appreciate it again. <hes> that's it for today. Good luck the rest of the season. Thank you thank you. Thanks running again. Real soon yeah absolutely all right. That's for three everybody. We will catch you next time.

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William Hayes and the Midnight Express

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William Hayes and the Midnight Express

"Billy lie on the old stained mattress that sat atop the steel frame, bolted to the floor he'd been imprisoned in Turkish jail cell since October nineteen seventy charged with drug possession, although he had lawyers. He's faith in their abilities, and in the Turkish legal system had dwindled and was now practically non-existent. No one could tell him how long he'd reminder prisoner. No one knew for certain. But one thing he did know was that he couldn't stay in prison for much longer. The conditions were filthy, and he had to remind constantly vigilant against the gods and other prisoners he'd seen what they were capable of Billy wrecked. His Brian desperate for an idea. They had to be a way out of here. William Hayes was born on April third nineteen forty seven in north Babylon New York City. One of three children William lewd, with his parents. He sister Peggy, and he's brother rob growing up in a modest. But warm family home. Through his elections and into his teenage years. He had always been at tall. Skinny kid. We blue eyes and blonde curly hair. William's mother Dorothy was a stay at home. Mum while he's father, William CENA and leaving. Over. He had never gone to college. William senior had worked hard to build a career as a personnel manager employed bar insurance company. Besides supporting the family, he had worked and sacrificed, so he could afford to send all three of his children to college and graduate as the oldest William who went by the name Billy among friends and family would be the first Billy fan school rather easy. He's crates were above average, and he excelled at school sports, both with that overly exerting himself. After he finished school. He's father had insisted that he attend Marquette university, a private research university in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In nineteen sixty four his freshman year, Billy lift time at the age of seventeen. While studying for his deployment in journalism. Billy was suddenly surrounded by young people. He's on age oh eager to test boundaries and explore locks possibilities. It was his front row seat to the new wave of thinking that shaped the non taint sixties. The sixties was a period of social pioneering, a revolution across popular culture when it came to news, it's six and drugs. Amid massive social and political upheaval throughout the United States. The rigid gnome surrounding sexuality and rice, which Allen and the concept of free love and experimentation with mon- altering substances flourished, Billy Hayes in his own words, fully took advantage of the social decadence during the swinging, sixties enamored with new ideas and notions of new possibilities. Dilly took off to finishing his first year coach traveling Dan, Mexico's Pacific coast. He worked on jobs and spent months surfing stanks are long. He missed the first semester of college. He would have stayed longer. But when war broke out in Vietnam, he was forced to return to Marquette university or risk losing his student deferment from the US military draft. When he returned to Milwaukee, he's friends introduced him to something that had begun replacing the long drinking sessions as a coach, pasta marijuana. Billy was acquainted I with marijuana cigarettes, and soon after has Sheesh, a much more potent commodity. Getting high with friends became a regular occurrence and sharing new experiences with other lock Monto college mites was more enthralling than the drudgery of classes. Billy styled at college to avoid being drafted, but he's to was sleeping. He's hot and mourned was somewhere else. During his time at college he met and befriended. Patrick a young Raja, who shared the same view of the world is hated and the two of them became close. By nineteen sixty nine Billy was in his senior year and had almost finished college. But the idea of reminding in Wisconsin any longer while the world beckoned might him grow restless. He dropped out of college, much to dismay of his parents. But he's mine was might up. He was eager to see the world at Szott at the US to visit and explore exotic cities throughout Europe. He wanted to get out of the bubble, he lived in experienced life and see the world. So he could wrought abetted. There was only one problem he had no money. He took a job at the Milwaukee county hospital as an orderly, assisting, medical and nursing stuff during hospital up rations medical procedures during shift. He was walking down the Cardo of one of the woods when he passed the open door of patience room. The patient had a broken leg and the nursing staff were busily, wrapping the leg protective cost back in nineteen sixty nine broken limbs was sit in costs might from rolls of plastic. Bandages. The bandages were unrolled then dipped in water to moisten the plaza before being wrapped around the broken limb in Lyons. The plus would sit to create the heart protective cost. Billy, watch the stop as they bandaged, the patient's leg and thought to himself how easy it loot that even he could do that despite not being doctor on us while working at the hospital a friend from his college group returned from a trip to stumble in Turkey. He had purchased several small blocks has Sheesh in Istanbul and had managed to conceal it in his money built before he boarded the plane home to the US at the time airport security was practically non-existent compared to the standards today in Turkey. The friend said it was almost an afterthought. Travelers showed the possible to aboard God and submitted their bag for a bicyc- search. They were not metal detectors no sniffer dogs and no x rays the hash that he's friend had smuggled from Istanbul was potent much more so than any of the marijuana available to Billy and his friends at the taunt. It didn't take long for the group to smoke their way through the modest stash. The friend told Billy that old pilot the hash was not hard to come by Istanbul. In fact, it was everywhere. Local sold it on the streets, and an IGA tourists could ask taxi driver to take them to a nun seller. Billy grew exhauted by this information. He was going to visit Istanbul, bossom, hash and smuggle. It back to the US, but he wasn't going to bring back a handful of small blocks. He's plans were much Granda. Short on lighter. Billy used the money he had saved to book apply ticket to eastern boo. When he arrived in the Turkish capital, he collected his bag and made his wife through the busy terminal, an out into the street, which was crowded with people and launched his street shops, and taxi drivers whiting. Elise scan taxi drivers as they stood by their cabs and chatted with their colleagues, he regarded h of them carefully before. He's is settled on one drive in particular, younger easy going. He looking Turkish men who probably wasn't much older than him. Billy approached the text Drava an awesome, if the driver could take him to Sultan. Ahmed. Sultan, Ahmed was a suburb of history, boo. Avar Brin patches straits law, and with shops for everyday autumn's that locals might need a mix of locals crowded. The foot pas while American nineteen fifties. 'cause alongside other European cars and trucks launch the streets, creating a vibrant atmosphere that field. He senses. The taxi driver nodded Reisen Arbroath and asked Billy Sheesh. Billy small back and noted. Yeah, he said a little shape. Shauwie. The driver returned his smile, then gestured toward his cab. Billy got in the back of the taxi, while the driver opened his own door. Swung himself into the driver's seat and started the engine. Although is Tom bull was not on the will bayton tourist trial luck. It is today, the more intrepid adventurous travelers from the US and other western countries, still fan, their way there it was no secret to the locals that many of these travelers were eager to partake of the very shape, very potent hash. Once that arrived, Billy traveled in the back of the taxi, and the two of them drive to the cab drivers house, when they arrived, they went inside and sat in the central communal room the cab drivers wife brought Tif ability to drink while two children played nearby. The driver looked at Billy an off, how much he was looking for Billie, tried to San casual akilah. He said to kilos. The driver Ansett two kilos. Is that what you want? Yeah. Two kilos. Billy agreed. The driver left the room. And after a few minutes, he returned carrying a number of Bram bricks about the size of packet, applying cots, h crudely wrapped in plastic. He plays the bricks on the table and tall. Billy, the price one hundred fifty US dollars for H Quila. Sure, Billy said, northing in agreement. He tried to remain calm, even as not of excitement filthy stomach on his first day in Istanbul within two hours of arriving, it managed to buy two kilograms almost four and a half pounds of hydride has Sheesh. He couldn't believe it. Really collected the bricks and place them in his bag. Then made his way to the hotel. He was staying at at the hotel. He stashed the hash in the room before venturing out into the bustling streets of his stumble. He filled the days and evenings mingling with tourists who ate drank and smoked has Sheesh together at various BAAs, the catered for American and European travelers. A common haunt was the pudding shop in Sultan Ahmed, which became popular among tourists and hippies in the nineteen sixties, it's real name was the Lally restaurant. But foreign travellers gave it its ignite to the wide selection of puddings it sold after a few weeks spent like this. Billy began preparing to smuggle, the hash back to the US. Back in his room. He pressed the bricks to, he's wrought carve and pieces of Fiqh type security in place with several rows of hash bricks net type to him below the knee. Billy, then began unrolling paces of plaza, the same type that he had seen nurse as used to create a cost around the patience leg back at Milwaukee county hospital. Dip the plastic sheets in water to moisten them. Then began lying the paces around his shin. Slowly building up the thickness. When he was finished. And the plaza had sit Billy regarded he's handiwork. It looked exactly like cost applaud his lower leg. As he travelled by taxi to the airport. Billy felt more excited. The nervous. He knew that just like in the US those who court trying to smuggle drugs faced consequences often severe, but he was undaunted in his mind he was white too smart to get cooled. The fight cast was more than convincing enough to fool any airport gods who might give him a cursory glance up and down. When he arrived at the airport terminal in Istanbul. Billy might he's why inside and collected his ticket. As he walked, he lived on his right foot to provide authenticity to he story. Limping convincingly was easy, since the cost was heavy and awkward making the injury seem all the more real to anyone who may have looked his way. He made his way to the customs disk and fished he's possible to shut the officer. The office had checked, the pas, poured glancing, up at Billy's, Feis briefly, then handed it back. He Mushin for him to surrender his bag then opened it and gave it a cursory inspection. Finding nothing of nod he handed the bag back to Billy stamped his passport and whiting through. Billy brief deeply to keep a calm exterior, followed the Sohn's he's gate and short ton lighter boarded the plight. He along with two kilos has Sheesh had made it past the first hurdle, and he was on the home stretch. As the plane touched down giant Capel in New York. Billy steeled himself. This was the part of the trip that he was must nervous Aban, if an offices spotted something that wasn't quite wrought and he stash was discovered. He knew he would be spending time in jail. Airport security and Istanbul was one thing, but at JFK it was entirely different. When the plane landed he disembarked and made his way into the terminal, then through the customs chick so far so good. He began making his way towards the exit mouthing how clever he was to have pulled this off. But as Billy walked along the tall floor of the airport, he noticed that he's cost had begun to deteriorate and break apart where it covered the solid, his foot small paces of plaza dropped onto the flu as he took h step out of the corner of his eye. He saw airport offices on duty scanning the travelers making their way through the terminal. He's hot began to rice. He was terrified that if one of them saw the trial of pasta, then they must stop him for questioning he remained calm as he could and made a direct path to the exit, nobody stopped. He was home free. Thanks to stash of hog Greg Sheesh. Billy became a modest citation among his friends group, he types, small lumps of the hash wrapped in plastic to the bottom of a portable chest, sit then met friends, and people, he knew in the park, who he sold it to. There was no shortage of bias Billy's hash was far and away. The best practice round. An everyone wanted a piece of it, even though he smoked. He's fish air of the stash. He may close to five thousand US dollars worth more than thirty thousand in today's money. But the money didn't lost. Billy decided to make a second run. In October nineteen sixty nine he traveled back to Istanbul. After arriving at the airport. He met the same cabdriver returned to his house and made a second deal three hundred dollars for two kilos of has Sheesh. But this time, Billy didn't want to conceal it in a plus to cost since he had barely gotten away with that. The first on. This time he typed the bricks of hash around his torso to conceal under Nathan shirt, and jacket. Billy had a skinny Warri frame, an even with two kilos of hash onto his clothes. He still looked thin a couple of weeks lighter. He took a taxi back to the airport, making his wife through security as the hash concealed beneath his shirt. The customs officer at the disc checked his passport took the usual cursory glance through. He's bag then wiped him through. Billy boarded the plane unless than die lighter arrived at JFK making his wife through the terminal and out the exit. This was easy. He thought to himself, but within six months by the hash and all the prophet, he'd may was gone again. In April nineteen seventy Billy returned to eastern bull and Ford the same routine he met his taxi driver associate for another two kilos of hash and with. No trouble at all. He was back in the US law was good. Another five months past and Justice before Billy decided to venture back to eastern boo. He followed the same routine as the previous three trips buying another two kilos from the taxi driver spending, some time drinking smoking and mingling with other backpackers before concealing the hash bricks under his shirt around his torso. Then making his way to Istanbul airport. He had the routine. Dan, Pat, having made three successful runs already. He made his wife through customs for the passport, check and obligate bag. Search then continued to woods his gate. But what came next was different. A month earlier between the six month of September nineteen seventy the Popular Front for the liberation of Palestine, the PFLP had hard jacked five passenger planes in Europe and the Persian Gulf. Four of the hijackings was successful and the hard Jack is flew three of these planes, along with the hostages on board to a remote as strip in Jordan, Cole Dawson's field. Often ago. She Asians between the hajj Akers and the British and US government's the loss of the hostages were released on harmed on September twelve before the pay L pay blew up the passenger planes in front of a press group who were present. Because of this. Billy had expected that airport security would be heightened, and so had traveled to the airport the day before departure on a reconnaissance mission. He bought his ticket, and then sat and watched passages might they wife through customs through security, then disappear toward their Gheit. No one was being frisked. There was no saw of additional security, but now as he might he's white to the gate along with the other passages. He couldn't say the plane. Instead billion. He's Philip travelers were ushered onto buses. Although slightly put off by the change in routine. They was still no sign of extra security. Billy voted the drab all of colored bus with his travel bag took a seat. Then watched the other passages file on. A woman probably in her fifties, set down next to him and began chatting to him about her son and his travels, he was jet mechanic in the air force. She said and she traveled from Chicago to visit him, Billy smiled, and listen politely. The bus load as it approached the plane on the Tomek buffoon the a pulled it to stop. He pushed Leiva for the door to open. And Turkish police officers stepped up and onto the bus. Attention. Please the policeman said women and children remain on the bus all men, exit by the rea- door. Please. A small Pang of anxiety crypt through Billy what was going on. He looked out the dirty window of the bus, and the small Pang of anxiety grew lodge. Standing by the plane, where at least twenty took soldiers holding raffles with the wooden barricade cordoning the plane, a long wooden table sat between the bus, and boarding ramp with security, staff, whiting the other men on the bus rise from this seats and filed out of the bus onto the Tomek where they were asked to form a queue. One by one. They stepped forward raise their arms, and we're patted down by security offices searching for explosives. Billy fries with fear as he stood out the window. There was no way to run. But panic wasn't going to help him. He told himself he needed to think fast. The last mile passengers was stepping down from the bus and onto the Tomek Billy dropped to his knees on the floor of the bus and tried to crawl under his seat, this copy happening. He thought not to him. He had to think of plan quickly. As the remaining passages fall towards the door of the bus, Billy thought to himself. Just I hear stay under the seat. Then a voice. What's the matter are you ill? Billy looked up to see the gray haired, lady from Chicago staring down at him. I can't fall my passport. Billy strutted back. Oh, why there it is? The woman said, pointing to his jacket pocket be. We looked at the possible in his pocket, then took a breath and rise to his feet. He thanked the lady before making his way to the bus door and stepping down onto the Tomek. He scanned the situation in front of him. And so he was at the end of a group of male passages ahead of him the Q forked into two lawns that passed on either side of the inspection table where h passenger's bag was checked before they raise the arms to be patted down. There was no way to run. No place to hide no hall. He could dive into. Billy's heart was rising and chill swift IVA him. He fought to control his emotions. Two offices stood one side of the table. Coaling men from the lawns to come forward and searching them one by one the men wise it in the lawn impatiently, some of them, jostling each other. Billy saw he's John's was to try to slide by the offices unnoticed. He pulled some books out of his backpack to look, as though he had just been searched then whited for the first officer on the left to begin patting down the next passenger. Picking his moment, he glided past the officer on the outside of the lawn while the second officer was still busy searching another passenger. He replaced the books in his bag. Then began walking toward the metal stairs that lead up to the plight. No one shouted for him to stop. He looked up and saw a flight attendant whiting at the top of the stays smiling at him. Billy raced the bottom of the stays, and lifted his foot taking the first step off Turkish soil. But that was as far as he got a hand touched against these Oba then Groff's he's. Billy turned and met the stair of the second officer. He just passed he gestured towards the first officer trying to remind casual. As the second office, it glance towards his colleague, the first officer happened to look up Nebot said, the second officer, the first officer onto something in Turkish before the grip on Billy's arm suddenly taught and. The second office seemed inexperienced. But as he realized that this young American had just law to him. He's guys narrowed the office of pood- Billy to one side, then gestured for him to rice. He's arms. Billy filthy offices, hands moved down his arms as he patterned him, Dale, the officer moved past his armpits brushing against one of the hut bricks. Somehow he didn't notice and continued down to his hips and the ad sought of his legs. Billy wasn't religious, but that didn't stop him from praying for the search to be over. Slowly, the office of moved back up the inside of his legs then over he's Bill towards the stomach. He's fingers brushed over the lawn of bricks type below Billy's niveau at his belt, lawn, somehow, the officer didn't note as these either. He's hands moved upwards while Billy stood motionless. He's arms rice. The offices hands picked up the outline of the two packets, typed unto his arms. He's hands stopped on the bricks and Billy met he stone gays in an instant the office had jumped backwards and drew his pistol. He dropped to one day an aimed the gun at Billy while other gods turned shouted as they saw. They call the passengers still on the Tom X screamed and scrambled for cover. Billy rises arm. So they were straight up he closed off. Is he held his bread? A hand tugged at the bottom of shirt. Billy opened one I glancing down to see the second officer leaned forward for a closer look in the background. He so the soldiers pointing their offals at his head. The office lifted the shirt Hoya to reveal the stash still moving cautiously and slowly. All of a sudden he's Feis relax. And Billy sold. The relief sweep of him. He let go of the should which dropped back down then turned to his colleagues and shouted something into which. The only would really understood was as Roma. Hash. That same wave of relief swept over the Turkish offices the soldiers and the passages it swift, everyone on the Tomich everyone, but Billy. The customs offices and Billy boarded the bus, and drove back to the terminal where he was taken to a small room caused to the passenger lounge. He was sat in a chair, among Turkish offices sitting behind a lawn of desks, smoking cigarettes, and chatting to one another the officer in charge might several phone calls. And when he had finished he motion, Billy over to his desk. In thick accented took ish he asked name, Billy ons. It Merican Billy nodded an onset voice trembling, New York City. On the chase? Oda two offices, stripped off his jacket, sweater and Teixeira. They used scissors to cut through the type and rip the small bricks hash from his skin. Billy winced and jumped at the pine. The forty or so small packages palled on the stunt floor, all of a sudden, the door, flew Ivan and a rather fat, policemen within black moustache walked in the chief jumped to his feet gave a little bow. Then vacated the chair for this new policeman, who was obviously superior in rank. Name he asked William Hayes. Billy ons, it New York. This retain of superiors arriving, and subordinates vacating share happened another three times. Billy realized that a young American from New York court smuggling hash was a big news story. And he figured that the more senior policemen were arriving to get the pace the lawn lot. He's theory was confirmed. Mimas lighter went to men Hari dean excitedly one holding lodge camera. The to my senior offices motioned for Billy to pick up the hash breaks, then stood eight Assad of him ready for the photo op the two offices had nothing to do with the arrest and as they stood. They locked safari hunters Billy couldn't help, but grin, one of the offices through back handed fist that hit Billy in the groin, and he dropped to the floor gasping for breath. The office is yield at him in Turkish gesturing for him to pick up the hash breaks. He had dropped. Billy's, nah pined expression was more suitable for the photography's requirements. They snapped it fighters and then left. Hours ticked by, when the door swung open and toll blown head man in a business suit stepped into the room. He strode over to way, Billy with seating, Howdy. The man said in Texas drool how you doing you. The Texan turn to the offices spoke to them in Turkish then turned back to Billy. Okay, follow me, he said, the two of them walked outside to Texans Cobb, and he opened the passenger dole, if Billy to get inside. He shut the kadewe then turned to speak to the Turkish officers again. Be we looked around and wanted how easy would be to Skype. He hadn't been handcuffed. Maybe he could roll out of the car once they were moving then. Disappear. Dannon alleyway, the Texan got into the driver's side and started the engine. Billy turn to look at him. But as he did he felt the cold metal barrel of the gun. The Texan was pointing at him pushed up against his temple. I feel real sorry for you. William, the Texan said and you seem like a nice enough kid. But if you try to escape from this blow your fucking brains. Billy ASTA Texan, what was going to happen to him. It's hard to say the Texan replied, you could get a couple of years. You could get twenty twenty years believe, exclaimed in disbelief is just hash not heroin or opium. It's just pot. Marijuana has Sheesh all the same. Not really up on that drugs. Drug seems to me the Texan said matter of factly. But what I do know is that you're in trouble. The Texan drug to this kid Jay police station in the harvest section of stumble. They got out of the car into a narrow cobblestone straight, then went into the police station, the building was old and dingy and the station stunk of tobacco and style sweat. The Texan might he's why to a desk and sparked to two policemen. Then turn to Billy. Okay. He said they'll take care of you from here. He nodded at the policemen and laughed. The two. Turkish policemen glared at Billy then shoved him towards a flight of stairs, leading up by pasta prisoner bleeding from the mouth, pleading with the gods who stood above him. As Billy continued up the stays. He heard the prisoner's screams as the gods baiting again, believe is terrified, but he tried not to let on. He was taken to another room and seated at a desk across from a Turkish detective and another man. The other man was clean shaven, which was unusual for a tuck and dressed in a business suit. He grinned Billy the detective asked him where he got the Sheesh. Billy thought back to his dealings with the taxi driver of sitting in his living room. Drinking tea with his family. He didn't want the taxi driver to get into trouble. I mitt to young hippie Turks in the bizarre, and an older Turkish man Billy laud. They sold me the stuff. Would you recognize them again that -tective asked? I'm not sure I think Billy onset. The man dressed in the business suit spite of detective in Turkish. He asked if you're a frayed, the detective said, I'm not afraid Billy, onset and the two men. Grinned HR. Well, maybe a little Billie admitted he says, don't be that -tective ons. It then pointed toward lodge bras colored cans on the desk that -tective prod, the lead off one of the cans reached inside and pulled at a bag of rule has she that hadn't been pressed into bricks? The Ken was full of hash and the detective pointed to ten more cans, sitting on a shelf. The his that -tective said, pointing to the suit to. He gets arrested also. But with sixty kilos is much. No Billy nodded. Yes is much. The detective proposed deal that if Billy returned to Sultan Ahmed where he had supposedly both the drugs and identified the cells he would be back on a plane to New York City tomorrow. Although Billy suspected the men was lawing. He agreed traveling back to the pudding. Shop in Sultan. Ahmed accompanied by four detectives he sat down at title while the detectives tried rather unsuccessfully to blend in and since there was no chance, identifying the might up sellers. Billy Oded scrambled eggs, and t. That attacked his grew angry and it wasn't long before they blew the cover ripped him from the table and took him back to the station. Billy was taken to the sales below the station and signed over to the Jolla who opened a huge Bod dole with an oversized on key and pushed him inside. He slammed the heavy door. Inside the room was almost black. It was so dock and the stench of unwashed bodies in Weist filled the back of Billy's throat faces of other prisoners stayed at him as he walked through the overcrowded sale. Then he so something he couldn't believe in front of him was a clean blanket light out on the floor, and sprayed of rice chicken oranges, gripes and Brid light out opponent. Next to the food, set. The big took that he'd met up stays in the detectives office, who had been wearing the business suit. The man gestured for him to sit before he knew it someone put a lit cigarette mixed with hash between his fingers the men face it smoked and loved while Billy observed other shabbily-dressed prisoners Cape the distance. Billy's mon- swilled trying to process the spectacle. He was witnessing it would these men respected and feed by the other prisoners eighteen smoking, and laughing be we didn't know but he did know that he was probably Saif in their company. When the meal was finished the elite group moved to a corner of the room that had a wooden platform bolted to the Stein, wool, the other men climbed a small Atta to a wooden shelf above and began to push another group of prisoners, who had been sleeping huddled together off the shelf, and onto the hod Stein floor below. They shouted protests as they were jolted awake Isla, they screamed. But when they saw it was the Elat prisoners who pushed them off. They scurried away into other dot corners of the so block. In that place. The men light Dan, a blanket will spread newspapers to sleep on the big took from upstairs gestured for Billy to join him on his blanket, but Billy smog righteously and shook his head. All of a sudden he wasn't taught. Instead, he sat on another wouldn't show caused by he's back against the cold. Stun wool the next morning. Billy hood voice from the sill door tourists. Villian. Viliame HiAce it cold. Billy was taken up stays to a small room where he was greeted by thin. Turkish man wearing a business suit. My name is Erdogan said the took in excellent English Komi. Do I work for the American consulate? Gone handed list of Turkish lawyers to Billy and explained that he needed to pick one, Billy scanned the list, then settled on the name, yes, he'll description said, yes, he'll had graduated from the university of Maryland. Oda nodded, his approval, then to-, Billy that he would arrange seal to meet with him in a few days at SOG modular prison on the other side of town, we Billy was to be transferred to gun ost, if he wanted the consulate to contact his parents now, billions, it, I want to write them a letter first. Ertegun nodded place to pan and blink pipe on the desk, then left the room. Billy began to rot. October eighth nineteen seventy mom and dad this let it will be hard for you to read. It's hard for me to rot. I'm aching inside because I know the pioneer will bring you. I'm in some trouble may be big trouble at the moment on allrad. I'm sitting here rotting in a small look room in jail in Istanbul. This is such a crazy place to be. I went tried to explain it. Oh now, just it always arrested at the airport yesterday, attempting to board an airplane with a small amount of has Sheesh. I've just spunk in with an official of the American consulate. They contacting a lawyer for me. There's some chance that I could go free. But maybe could receive a few years in prison. I can't really tell what's going to happen. Now. I'm behave for a while. A wish I didn't have to ride until you will this on ova sorrow and confusion. It will cause and the disappointment on now. You love me, but I know you're not proud of me are really thought I knew what I was doing with my life. I'm not so sure now, I'd hope to somehow get out of this quickly so that you never know about it. That just is impossible. So now I'm in jail in Turkey, Iran, on the of Assad of the world. The of a lot of worlds and what can I say to, you will I'm sorry, make any difference now would ease the pine the shame. He must be feeling. I feel like such a fool for letting one live slip away like this. Acros to think how I'm hurting you forgive me a rod soon. Love. Billy. Light to that off to noon. Soldiers in trucks collected. Billy along with the group of around forty other prisoners. They would take into suck modular prison where h prisoner had his head shaved, then he's fingerprints and photograph teiken Billy was then separated from the other prisoners and led by God's Dan, a narrow grey concrete hallway until that reached steel door. A God unlocked door and pushed billion side slamming it after him. Billy took in his new surroundings to ease lift was a wool with Bod windows that led to the at Saad. On the rod was a row about twelve small sales. A man appeared in the doorway of one of the sales and gestured ability to come in. He entered the small six foot by eight foot cell which held a bed with three prisoners sept- together drinking soup from teen. Cops they introduced themselves as Popeye Charles and on. Popeye a big is Riley, ost. Billy, where he was from New York, billions. It, hey Charles, we're going to other American Popeye said, excitedly Charles's from Chicago, Charles noted. Welcome to my cell said on the prisoner. Billy looked around the sale was decorated with carvings and pipe cutouts birds and bit shaped painted with elaborate astrological symbols, covered one wool. On with Swedish toll thin and pile with blue eyes. He handed Billy at tin Cup filled with lentil soup, which Billy illegally drank another voice cold his name William. Billy looked up to see two men at the door of the cell, the one who had spoken his name pointed to the middle age stocky man standing next to him. This aim in. He said, Ayman is Messier, a prisoner in charge of the foreign cellblock, the Kogas Hayman, we'll show you to your cell Billy Fulla the men Dan, the Cardo until they arrived in a sale several doors down. It was the same size as ons. But was empty called and ban, except for a stained lumpy mattress on a gray metal bunk a waste haw petition at the end of the room concealed a toilet hall cut into the Stein floor. Aim in grunted something in Turkish, then left and Billy return to on cell. He spoke more to. He's three new companions. They explained that Ayman was a Turk who've been imprisoned for a long time and had been put in charge of the foreign his block. His companion was Wolter another prisoner who spoke, six languages, and who an used as a translator. Billy us the three men what they were in full, the three of them had been arrested for hash. Charles had been sentenced to five years and had ten months to go. Papa had been a silent trying to smuggle forty kilos aboard his ship. He was in fifteen years on had been sentenced to twelve and a half years. For carrying amazingly, one hundred grams a twentieth of the two kilos. Billy was caught with. A chill swept over Billy as the reality dawn that he could be imprisoned for a long, long time billion. He's companions chatted for a wall longer at nine pm Amion. And he's translates companion Wolter coal down the corridor that it was lockup. Tom. Billy said, good, not, and walk down the corridor too. He's new sale. Eminent Wolter trial, behind stopping h sell to locate prisoner in for the not when he reached his unseal Billy shivered, a broken pine of gloss in his bod- window. Let code a poor through he turned to Walter an Emin I'm called. He said, I need shades and blankets. Wall to translated, an image shrugged, honoring flippantly Turkish tomorrow, wall to translated. He says you'll get them tomorrow. The body doors lead cause an EMMY fumbled with the city of case, he couldn't seem to fond, the K to the cell and Billy saw him jingle, the ks and just pretend to look it. He continued with Walter, locking the reminding sales, then left. Another voice cold from the sale next to his down that way, the voice whispered, pointing to the front of the so book two or three sales down, he thrusts a long stick with the Nile in one end into Billy's hand. Billy took the stick opened his cell door and crypt down the corridor to the sale. Three does down appall pillows sheets blankets set stacked on the bunk. And Billy used the Nile on the end of the stick to hook sheet and two blankets. He quietly walked back to his cell, parsing the stick, and one of the blankets to his neighbor, Billy gently as the still closed, wrapped himself in the sheet and blanket, then promptly fell asleep. Suddenly he was jerked awake. And he looked up to see 'em. Tron snatched blanket fem- while screaming something in Turkish Billy rise to he's fate pooling at the blanket, while Ammon shouted, and pointed he's. Anger. At Billy all of a sudden Billy let go the blanket sending 'em tumbling backwards. Ammen stood in screened, in Billy's Feis. And instinctively, Billy swung fist that caught them. Emma says knows. Ammon picked himself up off the floor clutching his bloody nose. Glad Billy then left. Moments lighter, God's Bosch into the sill screaming. They dragged Billy down the corridor out of the so book and dance days to basement room to heavyset gods were there to meet him. The small God of the two stood up and spoke. Villian hiace. He said raised his right hand slowly. Then smash Billy across the face with an palm before he could protest. Billy was knocked to the floor and searing pine shot through his left leg. He screamed in agony as looked up to see the big adad staring down at him with cold black eyes in his hand was a thick wouldn't club about full fate long and two inches wide. He swung the club again as Billy tried to scramble away heating him in the lower back. The other gods rushed in grabbing Billy's feet then removed his shoes and trousers a heavy rope was taught around his ankles, then hoisted up by the gods to suspend the best soles of his feet in the air. As Billy light with his back on the cold stone floor helpless, the big God methodically, pulled the wooden club back then swung it full force against the soles of Billy's bay fate. The blood sent explosions of agony through Billy's fate, and he screamed again when he tried to pull away or put his hands up to shield, he's fate. The gods. Struck his fingers, and the saw his ankles. He thought he would find from the pine. The heavyset God Ryan about fifteen blows with the wooden club, then fondly stopped. The other gods taught the ripe and dragged. Billy back to his cell, then left slotting the door shut behind them. Billy collapsed onto the mattress the pain in his faith throbbing like nothing. He had filled before he heard his name is voice co out. William Billy looked up to see. He's night as arm stretched out through the BAAs and around the wool between the sales, then flick pudding cigarettes him. Billy picked it up and inhale deeply touching. The hash it helped numb, the pine little and not long after he Mercifully FILA sleep. The next day Papa and on stop, did he sell and gave him. Hard, boiled eggs, glosses, t. Over the next week. They hoped nursing back to health by his hiking. Fate in cold water to help reduce the swelling. Billy also got to know the man he's neighboring sale. Big Austrian named Johann. Johann told him about the God. Who'd beaten Billy on his first non is name is Hamad Johann said they, cool him, the bear, he's that Shaef God, and you should stay out of his way to light Bill. We thought. Johann also told Billy have the Turkish sentencing worked into he explained you always got a third off your sentence for good behaviour, as they had spoken, Billy glanced out into the prison yard towards drainage great sit in the concrete ground. It's not good Johann said to Billy sensing what he was thinking the holes big enough to squeeze into. But under the ground it narrows, there's no way you could get through. Billy turn to Johan and listened, while the Austrian continued. If I was going to escape, I go to cuckoo the mental hospital took escape from there overtime security must be real loose, if I wasn't getting out in six months, I'll get myself transferred to boku, what then Billy aust- once you're out. It's easy Johann told him someone on the. So I get to affect pas put, then you get across the border into grace, the Greeks and the Turks hide HMO. There's no way the Greek authorities would hand you have to the Turks a week lighter. Billy received a visit from the Loya he'd full. Yes, he'll, yes, he'll spoke in perfect English. And he assured Billy that if they acted immediately he could arrange the rot court and the right, judge that he was confident, the worst case scenario would be twenty months sentence. But yes, will told him he would need money, twenty five thousand Turkish lira about two thousand five hundred US dollars. Could he get the money? Billy told yes seal that he could get it that he would rise, the money somehow and that he had three hundred dollars. Now that had been locked away at the time of his arrest. Yes, you looked at him and spoke, we need to begin quickly. I need two hundred and fifty dollars. He said properly, then pushed a pipe in front of Billy to sawn Billy sawn quickly. He's mind was filled with the possibility of freedom of a worst case scenario of twenty months. Back in the cell block. However, Johann brought him back down to a hash reality. Yes still had been the lawyer for another prisoner. Your hunt told him a Dutchman named max van pelt have been caught. With ten kilos hashing his car along with his accomplice. An American go. The girl's father had traveled from America and paid. You seal a lot of money. You're still had told max that everything would be fawn. On the day of the trial is still had stood up in court told the judge that the American go was innocent, and that it was all Max's idea. The girl went free max was sentenced to thirty years Billy's, hot sank. Another week passed when Billy was told he had another visitor. Billy worked with the gods. Expecting to see the green of seal or some other Loya looking to squeeze him of what little money he had left. But instead, he saw a concert officer. Sanding next to him was Billy's father. The two of them embraced. And Billy tall he's father, he'd seen a Turkish lawyer that had been assigned to his case. We'll get rid of him. The father said firmly, I've got to Lewis recommended you'll go to court in three weeks. Just I calm and don't do anything stupid, Billy, they sat and spoke together for as long as he was allowed William Sania, tall Billy, he's mother wanted to come to, but he hadn't been sure she would have seeing his son imprison. Billy understood he missed his mother. But he was also glad she hadn't seen him like this over the next week. Billy met with the two criminal attorneys. He's father had hard to pay for the case. Dr betas and Dr CEA. The two attorneys spoke almost no English. So you seal was also there as a translator. He was eager to help since he figured, he could squeeze more money on top of the two hundred fifty dollars, he'd already been paid. The attorneys advise Billy to emphasize that he had bought the hash for personal use that he hadn't intended to sell it, and that this was the first time he attempted to smuggle, hash out of his dumble both were laws, but Billy agreed to strategy. A couple of weeks passed on November eleventh, nineteen seventy billion tended a preliminary hearing at the courthouse. He was escorted inside by the gods them when he was called into court placed in the prisons. Doc. His lawyers betas SIA and the grinning seal sat at title in front of him. While the prosecutors, Saturday desks to his wrought, Billy coup, the prosecutors guys, and the man scowled at him eventually the chief judge entered the room and the trouble began Billy delivered his testimony as rehearsed the judge conferred with his colleagues then set a trial date for December nineteenth. Billy was taken back to sag Margalla prison. The dice drifted past. On December nineteenth? He was driven back to the courthouse unto God and escorted into the courtroom when the time came. He's three Lois sat at the title once again, and Biaz and SIA nortre him politely Youssou gave him a reassuring grin proceedings commenced into, of course and Billy wish they in English said that he could follow them. Instead he sat quietly. He's lawyers, and the judges back and forth in Turkish when suddenly the prosecutor rise to his feet, a made an impassioned speech after he'd finished God's in the court. Stride over to Billy and began shining, his hands together by hold into his fate, and began escorting him out of the doc, what happened Billy yell, too. Yes. Ill why they typed me back already. It's not important. Yes. Oh replied. What do you mean is not important? Billy shot had back. I want bail. I don't want to spend one more not in this place. What the prosecutors say is not important. Just technical things. Yes, he'll said calmly like what Billy yelled as the soldiers dragged him by his odds. Well, he presented to the court what he wants to charge you with. Yes. Seal answered shape Isley. What did he want? Billy repeated what the hell did the prosecutor want? You sue. You're still replied Makelele. He's asking for a life sentence. Back in the prison, Johan on and Charles tried to calm. Billy reassuring him that it was just a full malady. Billy was desperate for information. What his chances how long he being prisoned? He wanted to speak to max van pelt, the oh, Dutch prisoner. When they reached Max's sell the Dutchman was sitting on the edge of his bed. Billy told him about what had happened court then asked what sort of sentence, max thought he would get max shook his head who knows. I don't think they'll give you life. But I didn't think they were going to give me thirty years, Maxine, I think you ought to get your ass out of here any way you can what about the mental facility. Billy asked back. Aku. I was at backer Koi for awhile in section twelve max told him, but you have to have friends you can bribe one of the gods. So it should be easy to get out. But once you're on the outside, you'll need clothes and money and some way to get over to Greece. Billy turned the idea over in his head escape. Was it really going to come to that? Next grabs Billy's. Look, there's this strip of land south of EDNA he said, if you get hold of Turkish met study it. There's an old railroad track that runs from Itta to Zun COPA. Ru it was built a long time ago before one of the worst screwed up the border for a couple of miles. It actually runs into grace. And then back, again, the train doesn't stop anyway, but you could just jump off into Greece. Remember it. It was now like December. And although the Turks didn't celebrate Christmas, New Year's Eve was significant for them. The gods were in a more relaxed mood and on New Year's Eve not and then didn't bother to look to sales. Small groups of prisoners clustered together smug. Tash and celebrated, but the chief will aiding suddenly stopped when God's streamed into the so look shoving prisoners roughly it was a surprise surge the brutish God how mid the bed appeared in Billy. Sill. Doorway swang drunkenly with an evil. Look in his black is he grabbed at the books on Billy shelf, tearing them violently sending pages everywhere funding, nothing. He picked up the modest Paul of clothes on the mattress ripping pockets and tearing buttons. Finally, he turned to Billy rice. He's and struck him across the face this search was over the gods left the so book and then locked the cell doors, happy new year. Billy thought and welcome to nineteen seventy one. The first few months of nineteen seventy-one drifted by, and the mornings were call doc and depressing. Billy received a book sent by his friend Patrick from Milwaukee, it was sold in its ins one day in the life of Auburn Denisovich said inside Syria, Siberia, was really called Billy thought and he felt he could empathize with the Turkish court system was moving incredibly slowly. Billy thought more about the possibility of Skype about getting across the border into grace. He couldn't be sure it would work but there was one thing he was sure about. He couldn't spend much longer in prison at twenty three is old. He's life ahead of him. But this prison was slightly, sucking that law away. Billy never sparked to on about a Skype, he knew the passive Scandinavian would never attempt it Charles was too near to being released to risk it. And he didn't think that Popeye could Cape the sacred. Meanwhile Johan had finished sentence and had since been released that left max. They spoke about in whispers, making sure no one was around to hear them. Billy awesome. Again, about Baca Koi being an option. I'm still doubtful about the mental facility, max told him. But if the court sends you there for observe Asian, what carefully for any opportunity? A few months lighter. Billy was back in court once again when he arrived. Yes, he'll greeted him the same street. Green stretched across his face. Billy spoke to impliedly look I've been in this prison for six months, and you haven't asked for bio yet. Billy said to yes, he'll till by is that I want them to ask for bio today. Yes. Seal thought for a moment before answering, maybe it would be better if you us fun. Billy replied. That's what I'm going to do. Then be. We took his familiar position in the prisons, doc listening to his lawyers, and the prosecutor conversing with the judge in Turkish no one asked him anything. Billy was losing patience. And when he sewer Lau in the proceedings he stood up and rice. He's hand the judge he's lawyers. And the prosecutor looked over in surprise. What do you want? Yes. Seal billy. Billy stead back at him. You know what I want? Yes. Seal replied reluctantly speak to the court. I will translate be. We looked at the judge. I've been in jail, six months. Now, Billy said my health is getting bad my teeth. Very bad. I have problems with my stomach. I'm getting very depressed. I would lock the coat to grant me bio, so that I can be at side and take care of my physical health, as you seal translated. A look incredulity spread across the judges Feis. And when you had finished the judge actually laughed at loud. He turned and spoke to Billy's lawyers before God's approach. Billy to take him away what happened? Billy Ostia seal. It's very good. Yes, he'll answered with his trademark grin. The judge is sending you to Baca coif observation, maybe you get crazy report. If Billy was ruled to be Unsan mind he would be ruled unfit to be convicted. But Billy had other ideas, he did not intend to stay at Bokor loan. He intended to Skype to be continued. If you locked this episode, please take a couple of minutes to leave a review on the podcast platform, you're using you can also send feedback suggest your favorite escape story for a future episode by sending an Email to escape podcast. Official at J, MO dot com.

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Mystery Sound Extravaganza 2020

Brains On!

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Mystery Sound Extravaganza 2020

"You're listening to brains on where serious about being curious. Brains on is supported in part by a grant from the National Science Foundation. Hey Maniac here. I'm out roaming. The sound. Planes for mystery sounds well. Okay by sound planes. I mean my home. They're great sounds to first of all. There are so many everyday sound spot. Think of cars passing by on the street the class of a keyboard but today I'm searching high pitched in low bitched looking for extra special stuff. Small sounds you might not really listen to all the time and everyone knows. These kinds of sounds are drowned out by loud noises so I must use Ninja level stealth. Oh here's one birds singing outside the window. That's going in my sound bag. You might have to listen a little more closely for this one. The satisfying click of a good. So pump can snag that too. Oh here's a good one opening fizzy drink. Those are good. I think I can catch a couple. More about the gentle click of turning on a lamp and laundry folding sound sound so warmed fresh oh an elevator button ding. Now we're going places. Wow I found so many great mystery sounds. I can't wait for everyone to sample this. Brilliant Bouquet of Ono. Oh shoot I dropped all my sounds I guess I'll have to collect some more as they say not all sound stick around gotTA listen closely before they fade. You're listening to brains on for American public media. I'm molly blue. And my co host. Today is Brooklyn from Tampa Bay Florida. Welcome Brooklyn Hi Molly. We are very excited to have you here for this mystery. Sound Extravaganza episode episode devoted to nothing but mystery sounds most of them submitted by our wonderful listeners. In New Brooklyn are designated mystery. Sound Yesser are you feeling ready? Yes wonderful so now Brooklyn. I know you are a mystery sound fan and you actually submitted a mystery sound to us before so without revealing the answer because we're gonNA play it for our listeners to guess in just a little bit. How did you go about finding your mystery sound I was looking in the closet and I found it there okay listeners. There's a hint for later. It was in the closet. Keep that in mind so when you listen to brains on. How often would you say you guess? The mystery sounds correctly about half the percentage of time. That's a really good rate. I don't think I guess them right that often. They're really tricky. So when you hear a mystery sound on our show how do you go about trying to figure out what it is I usually think about the scene and they usually think of what it would be related to the theme case You. Kinda try and think what the show is about. How could the sound possibly be related to it? That must be really hard because sometimes we have mystery. Sounds that aren't related to our topic. So those ones must be a little trickier. So is there a sound that you consider really annoying or irritating yes? Squeaking is like it hurts my ears. Yeah I like when you're writing in using a marker for Whiteboard that sounded the marker. Yeah well it must be hard for you to watch a basketball game because that's how it happens a lot. Yeah Yeah so Brooklyn. We're going to start this episode by plane. The mystery sound that you sent in. Now you're not GONNA get this one. We're going to ask our listeners. To guest here is Brooklyn's mystery sound. This is definitely a tricky one. We'll play it again later on in the show and then I'll you what it is now that our ears are warmed up. It's time for the main event. Okay Brooklyn it is your turn. Guess we're just going to jump right in here is the first mystery sound What is your guess? I think it's nice going scraping cross each other very excellent guests. Okay we're going to hear it one more time see if anything new POPs in your head. Any new thoughts. What do you think no definitely sounds like to to me all right? Well here is the answer. My name is Zo and that was the sound of my mom sharpening the knife for work. You are correct. It was indeed a knife getting sharpen. So when someone sharpens a knife they take the knife from the either. Rub it against kind of stone or maybe an electric knife sharpener. And when they're doing that they're making the point of the knife even narrower and thinner to make it sharper and here's a cool fun fact is actually safer to use a very sharp knife and Dalwin. Okay moving on from knives here is mystery. Sound number two So that one made you giggle. Bit an instrument. Maybe a tuba or maybe someone blindness allowed nose-blowing of all time. That is a good guess. All right here's a hint before you guess again. It involves something that grows underwater. Let's hear it again and see if any new thoughts pop in your head Okay so it involves something that grows underwater. Yeah this is a really hard one. It's really hard. Are you ready for the answer? Okay here this. My Name's Otis from Six years old. That was the sound of Bull Kelp Porn Bull. Kelp is a plant that grows in the ocean. It looks like a cow's tail. I'm in sound by blowing through one end so we're not that far off. It's not a Tuba being blown into but it was a giant piece of Kelp that's cool. Yeah so this bull. Kelp it grows in the ocean and it is so big that it's as big as a cow's tail and when it washes up on shore like these big tubes you can pick up and blow into and make those kinds of sounds. Yeah that's really cool. Yeah apparently it grows super fast. It's called a macro algae. It's just it's just really awesome so you know if you misplace your Juba you can go grab your bulk help and you'll be fine interesting Brooklyn are you ready for mysteries out? Number three yes. I can't wait here it is. What are your thoughts? Maybe a bicycle in the wind like that so you heard something enrolling. A wind sound very good. Let's hear it one more time. So what are your thoughts? Yeah I think the one that I choose originally was probably maybe the bicycle blowing with the wind blowing in the background. Excellent here is the answer. Hi My name is Jude. I'm from Hamilton Ontario. And that was the sound of me jumping on my scooter. I've been screaming about two years. I jumped Khanna normally except I keep my feet on scooter and hold onto the handle bars. Lola Junkie see were very close. You said but it was scooter. A wheeled thing you can have fun with wear a helmet during that was almost. Are you ready for mystery? Sound number four. All right here it is. Do you think what could it be? Maybe a typewriter like that. Guess what is it like? What did you hear going on in that clip? I heard like buttons being pressed Legarrette a lot of clicking and then I heard some winds maybe the window was open very good. Guess I'm GonNa give you a hint. This is something that it has to be chilly outside for this to be possible so with that in mind here it is again so you did hear some wind before. Yeah I heard some wind feel like I heard. A bird chirping. I don't know if that's sounds maybe outside. What are you doing outside? Maybe throwing something. Oh very interesting guests. Well here is the answer. Hi I'm Kaylin from Graft Ohio and that was the son of me. Throwing rocks at is on a pond. I think it makes that noise. Because it says the ice vibrate so Brooklyn. Nice work can kill. You said it was on the. That's very impressive. Thank you. That's a surprise to that that would make that noise. Yeah so that happens. When sound waves travel through ice? The higher frequency. Sounds get to your your first. And so it makes that kind of almost laser sound and it's called Acoustic dispersion and it is very very cool so yes living in Florida. You don't have a lot of frozen ponds around in Florida. So do you think like me and Minnesota are there. Sounds that you get to here in Florida. That would probably be really unfamiliar to me the beach since you live in a cold place. Yes I sadly do not have access to any beach warmth so if there was a beach specific sound I would definitely have a very tricky time guessing. That are you ready for a mystery? Sound number five yes weights here. It is this one. I'm going to say is very challenging. Here it is What are your thoughts? What could possibly be yes. It is definitely a little bit creepy. here's a hint. This is something that can be used to talk to people over very long template one more time with that in mind Case so the hint was it can be used to talk to people over very long distances. What is your us? Maybe what my great grandma did on. She worked as a where she would take calls. I forgot what it's called though Shaka's switchboard operator. Where you kind of like where she would take according like literally physically connect different people calling. That's a really good gifts. Well here is the answer. My Name's Max van you just heard. Fta A special HAM radio mode for communicating over long distances using text instead of voice. Ham Radio is a nickname for the amateur radio service which involves amateurs non-professionals communicating with other stations for their own interests for a hobby for learning or to help coordinate events. You have to get a radio. You used to have to have both the transmitter and receiver. But now those have been combined to create transceivers and that's pretty much all that people use transceivers there several different bands. Hf WHICH IS WORLDWIDE COMMUNICATIONS VHF? Which is usually local communications and UHF ultra high frequency which is hugely local or several mile communications. You can't go much farther than twenty miles with. Uh and then of course you need your license. I really enjoy the hobby. Thirteen years old. And I'm an extra class operator. So excellent guests was a former communication and it was a radio signal so max is a ham radio operator and he can send radio signals over very long distances. He can send text. He can send his voice he can send pictures. It's pretty cool and now he. He participates in this thing where he tries to communicate the longest distance possible. That's really cool. We are going to hear one more mystery sound before we take a quick break. Here's mystery sound number six. That's quite the sound. Think what do you think of maybe a vacuum? Maybe some of screaming ice cream cone. I heard it. I'm going to give you a hint before we hear it again. It's an animal k. Here so take a listen with that in mind. We're going to hear it again and give you another chance to guess in just a bit working on an episode all about colors and we want to hear from you. We want you to invent a superhero based on color captain fuchsia Super Turquoise Purple Woman. What is your Color Superhero? And what are their superpowers? The more creative the whackier the better Brooklyn. What would your color inspired superhero be? My favorite color is off blue so it would be aqua girl and she shoop wanted from her hands and she can stand on water and also has. Te'o Blue Hair alcl. I love that idea. I would definitely read that comic book for sure so listeners. Send your car superhero idea to us at brains John Dot org slash contact will feature some of them in an upcoming episode. And while you're there you can send in Mr. Sounds drawings 'em questions like this. Listen IT DID MINING PENELOPE FROM CEDAR WHO's Utah. My question is when your eyes are closed. People's big will have an answer to that during our moment on at the end of the show. Plus we'll read the latest group to be added to the brains honor. Roll said keep listening. You're listening to brains on I'm Brooklyn and Molly and we're back with A. Let's give another lesson to the mystery. Sound we heard right before the break. And here's a hint. It is an animal. Here is the sound. Okay what do you think that could be? Maybe a snake and yeah it is a very tricky sound. It's not one that I've ever heard in person before. Are you ready to hear the answer? Here's my name is Karina newsom and I am a graduate student studying birds at Georgia Southern University. The sound you just heard was the sound of the Barn Owl barn owls. Make some of my favorite sound in the bird world because it's so different from what people expect owls to sound like usually when we think of als we think of hooting sound but barn. Owls have calls vocalisations. That sound more. Like screams and hisses. Now this particular call that you heard is one that they make. Whenever there is a Predator nearby that might try to eat them guessing. Mystery sounds can be difficult sometimes especially when the sound reminds us of something totally different than what it is for example to me this Bong. Our call sounds a lot like white noise that we might hear on the radio or on television but for me. That challenge is exactly what makes it so much fun now. Corinna was a guest on our show and we made her guests a couple of mystery zones. So she she knows firsthand how tricky it is so that was a Barnaul. Did that surprise you. Yeah I I didn't Know Back Barn. Owls can do calls like that. I thought they did. You know you would think owls but apparently they make lots of awesome cool. Sounds so Krino some super-scientists? She said a lot of amazing bird. Knowledge with us. On our bird bonanza episode last year. And here's something else really cool that she is taking part in? It's called skype. A scientist and there are thousands of scientists including Carina who've signed up to skype with families in classes about what they study. So you have questions about birds. You can skype a bird expert like Corinna and ask them questions. Anything you're interested in you can find scientists to talk to dinosaurs. Yep Yup space absolutely check it out and sign up to be matched with scientists at skype a scientists dot com. And it's free these awesome scientists. Just WanNa share their knowledge with you. It's Pretty Amazing Brooklyn. Are you ready for another mystery? Sound okay here is mystery. Sow number seven. What do you think that might be on the dog Excellent guests him very certain about that. Let's hear one more time. Any new thoughts no. I think it's a dog barking from faraway excellent. Well here is the answer. I'm Savannah from Fairbanks Alaska endows sound of a Fox colleen in the woods. We live near the woods and IC- Fox's and our souls once in awhile and the meuse lots of Moose in our yard and were driving and squirrels in the summer a lot so it was a fox and you know how like what sound. Fox's me well it does sound a lot like a dog to me too and dogs and foxes are actually related pretty closely. So you're not that far off and I wasn't really good. Guests are their animals that you see around your house like she sees. Fox's yes I'm but mostly tiny insects we also see cranes. Oh that's super cool and they're just walking down the street really describe but a crane looks like for someone who might not know It's Kinda looks like a bird and it's really tall. It's probably at your shoulder. The shoulder over human being radical like like long stilt like legs. Yeah very cool. I would like to see crane walking down my street. So are you ready for another mystery? Sound yes here is the mystery. Sound number eight. What do you think that was maybe tap dancing? Excellent excellent guests. Let's hear it again. What do you think? Last time you thought tap dancing any new ideas not growing now maybe someone padding on the desk and here is the answer. My name is Ruby from Austin Texas. That was the sound of May tap dancing. Tap Shoes have won medals. Same on the heel one on the front tell and got talent good since name because when you move it like makes the tapping sound nice work. One hundred percent. Correct thank you. I love tap dancing. It's Oakland as like make music with their feet that's awesome. Are you ready for another mystery? Sound yes all right Mr Zoned number nine on the way what do you think? What can I be? Maybe sharpening a pencil or guess. Yeah sharpening a pencil or sharpening something. Something getting sharpened okay. I'm GonNa give you a hint before here it again. This is a kind of puzzle so here it is. What do you think? Maybe they are putting declare puzzles. But I don't know what type of puzzle you ready for the answer. Yeah here it's hi. My name is Rachel. A my name is Tim. We have Edinburgh in the UK. That was the sound of us. Having of King Grace a rubik's cube is a toy made up of a three by three by three grades of smaller cubes. You twist it to scramble the keys and then chills it by making each faith. One solid color on the fastest sober in our family on my right code is one minute. Ten seconds. The number of possible for munitions on a smooth by three by three Rubik's it forty. Three Quinn Killian. Two hundred fifty two four trillion three trillion before billion making eight hundred fifty. Six Thousand Eight. You also get other sizes of q including the five five five the number of possible combinations that is close to the number of Athens in the observable universe. So have you done a Rubik's cube before yes I have those little cubes with all the different colors on them? They're tricky. I've never actually been able to solve when myself. Have you figured it out I feel like I figured out one side but without my dad's no yeah. They're really hard. These these these this brother and sister they do. Rubik's cube erases to see who can solve them fastest. It's very impressive. That's not who I saw. I saw robot do that once. Oh really yeah. I saw that at the Science Museum. That's an easy with Lebron's on all right. Are you ready for another Mr Zone? Yeah mystery sound number. Ten guess maybe blocks. It sounded a lot like the one that we just heard. Yeah another kind of like cliquey sound all right so I'm GonNa give you a hint before we hear it again. This is a delicious morning treat. Here's the sound should say it's the process of making delicious morning treat Syria I do love cereal. You're ready for the answer. Yeah here it is. This is cedric and Morgan from Arlington Massachusetts. The Shang just heard what the sound of chocolate chips being mixed into pancake batter. You can make the chocolate chip pancakes by getting bad and chocolate chips into it. Then taking spoonfuls of it and putting onto a pan leave it on the Pan for about two minutes and then flip it so that clicky sound was the sound of the chocolate chips hitting the side of the bowl as they stirred the pancake. Oh Yeah that was interesting have you. Do you like chocolate chip pancakes. Yeah actually eight one today for breakfast. Oh really so. Next time. They're made you. GotTa listen for chocolate chip sound. What's the one thing that you like to cook? Would you say if you had to pick one thing that you like to make it? Be K- Nice what kind of cake. We just make So maybe the chocolate cake. Oh that sounds amazing. So yes you're familiar with better. That's stirring sound beyond those chocolate chips at different sound that you don't expect when you're stirring better okay Brooklyn. This is the final mystery sound. Are you ready for your final mystery? Sound of the day so come to the end of our journey. Here is the final mystery. Sound what do you think that was maybe a or bath or maybe someone washing their hands. Something to do with Water Ocean Ocean definitely. Let's hear that sound one more time. Find that sound very soothing. What is your guest? What else do you think that could be? Maybe rain coming down and it's being in the river. It's coming into a river water involved but what is it exactly. The here is the answer. How my name's Aden from Byron Bay sterling and that was the sound of way crashing shells on the beach. They were tiny. I'm Dave is with them. They were rainbow inside. I like that sound because it's like music so you're very close and the beach the waves on the beach. And then that kind of clunky noise which I think made you think of rain where shells being washed up these little tiny white and rainbow shells. That's cool. Do you ever look for shells on the beach. Yes I actually have show collection. I've been collecting it for a long time. Now so cool. What's your favorite selling your collection. All probably the biggest one. I found like it's big. How big is it like as big as your hand? Bigger than your hand about the size of your palm of your hand. Wow that's that's amazing Brooklyn. You did amazing work today. Mystery sounds are super tricky. Even the sound you hear every day can be very hard to identify when you hear it out of context. Okay so now. We're going to go back that Mr Sound that you sent in. Can you give our listeners? A hint if they're having trouble guessing it has something to do with water. That is an excellent hint plate one more time for our listeners. All Right Brooklyn. What is the answer? That was the sound of me putting on my swimming cats. I love that sound is so unexpected is not what I did not get it right when you first scented in so. Tell me a little bit about what you're showing cap. Look like what is it made out of it. It's like really robbery and it's black It's big so so protect. Cheryl Head Brooklyn. You said you came up with the sound when you were in the closets. How did that happen? I saw my closet so I had a bucket. There were mice wants tougher and I took it out in. I just thought we should do mystery for that. Well it is a very very good mystery. Sound and listeners. You can send your mystery. Sounds toss anytime at brains on dot org slash contact. Your mystery sound can end up in an episode like mine. That's it for this episode of brains on grains on is produced by Mark Sanchez. Manteca will home sandon cotton and molly. We have production help from Christina Lopez Ruby. Got Three Chris Kramer. Engineering help from Corey. Triple and Johnny Vince Evans and special things to Tracy and Miguel Malcolm Grains on a nonprofit public radio program you can support the show at brains on dot org slash fans. Can't make this show without your support nap before you go. It's time for a moment of My question is when your eyes are closed. People's big or small I am social stroll. I'm a pediatric neurologist. At the University of Minnesota people can change sides and it does that Regulate how much light actually hits the back part of the eye which is the retina which helps convert that late into electrical signals. That rain turns into what we call. There's two Irish muscles with NAT caller party. I that are working against each Triumph fight it out over people. Big Or your pupil is going to be small. And the first one is called the speaker muscle and it's controlled by the Pearson Authentic Nervous System. Which is going to help to actually next the eye to the brain to tell your people to get smaller. Where other muscle. That's at work is called die later on and that is a near the nervous system and it tells us to dilate the people you're sitting in your brain gets that signal and it makes the people smaller grades if you're sitting in a dark room you need your million base. Get any of that light to the Retina and so your brain is toll to cause equal dilation air. So when you first close your eyes you're going from a relative lean more light environment to Leslie Environment because you're islets are not transparent by making darker for your people's it's causing the Beatles to dilate. But he started getting sleepy after you close your eyes than the other influences of sleet come into play. And that's a little different as we become tired that sympathetic pathway. We talked about. It's not as active anymore. Because we don't have to fight and more rate star Pearson waste starts taking over and it actually has to get a little bit smaller My pupils are focused and ready to read this list. 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"China fun over places. Spaces. Words of Bethany frankly. It's time dimension at all without further ado for this week in reality TV celebrity news. It has been a hot asked mess of. Yet again like twenty twenty. We've had enough Taylor. Armstrong enough enough enough. Well, this is good news purchase delivered in such an ugly little package. Starchy Schroeder formerly of Andrew. Pump rules is officially pregnant. She announced her pregnancy due date. She's going to be do the first week of January. In Twenty, twenty, one which I did the math, and while Suskind Bo having a quarantine baby so congratulations to them. They've wanted to be parents, so this makes me very happy for them. The only reason I am annoyed at all with this because like I mean obviously, I'm very mad at Stasi for this whole situation that she got herself in. which resulted in her getting fired from vendor pump rules and well, she basically lost olive response basically. Too Soon I don't know well. Saucy Kristen after they got fired, hired this emergency pr firm, because well. Both of their PR people drop them to along with podcasts sponsors Kristen's book publishers. It has just been really messy for the two of them. Anyway. US Weekly announced that she was pregnant. She didn't confirm it for days. Eventually, she did confirm it and I did some shady math. Yes, I discovered a quarantine baby. There's nothing shady with that, but I looked back at the days that they filmed the reunion, and it did appear saucy was drinking. Could it have been a faux drink amok tale? Of course it could have been, but if she was drinking she. She wasn't pregnant, so if she wasn't pregnant on the day that they've film. The reunion that means she's not point at twelve weeks weeks yet, which is typically when women announcer pregnancy, because it's just more responsible that way. That's the doctor's recommendation, so if he announced at ten weeks and not twelve, that's pretty gross. Because clearly, she did that to win favor of the media, which clearly it's so obvious that socities. Pr Firm I Steve Hoenig. I looked it up. He also side. Note has been hired by Brinda Medley of real housewives of New York in the last couple of weeks because I don't need to tell you how bad derivatives coming off on the show this season and I bet she's doing damage control to keep that apple well starchy. Weekly, bamboozling small not me and I hope not you also, but I just wanted to give everybody a little peak behind the scenes of how this shit works. I don't know if everybody has noticed or not. But all of these news stories that speak favorably of of Stasi are from US weekly and. US, weekly has a connection a deal a partnership. If I may with the PR firm, the nine one one pr firm that Stasi is now employing, and now all of a sudden. There are all these Stasi. Bo were in love. This is what they've always wanted. And I don't buy it. They are trying to pull. Quick went on us. They are trying to get stacey to just for us to forget about stars, these bad actions and I'm not saying canceled. Culture is necessarily the answer, but just because these people got fired from Vander pump rules or whatever show, we might insert show here at this point. It's a temporary thing. Get Your Shit together and we'll talk, but as long as Saucy is able to. Do better which I believe she's capable of I. Mean we've seen season one Stasi, and the Stasi now like obviously she is very capable of doing better growing evolving, but she needs to do the work, so she does the work I. Know For one as a Stasi fan I would love to be back on her team again, but she needs to put in the work before she gets me back at least. Well, let's move on over to another hero of mine one who is yet to disappoint me I mean mind you. Queen Britney Spears might have an education of a sixth grader and it shows, but she seems like a really good fucking person, and she's made terrible mistakes, but I don't think she's. Had It easy anyway. The News that I wanted to share is that there's actually a petition, and no I did not create this petition. There is a petition to switch all of the confederate statues in New Orleans with Sach Uis of the Holy Spirit Herself Gedney. Britney Jean Spears I would like to let you know that. There is a link to the petition in my bio as new, Orleans is my hometown and not only clean up those streets, the iconography of these confederates. I mean. If I still lived in Louisiana when I was in high school I would've have gone to Andrew. Jackson High I mean even the high schools are named after these horrible horrible monsters that were just terrible to the native Americans. There were slave owners i. I can just continue but I don't want to what I did. Want is for you to go to on the team and on instagram. Click the link and in the Lincoln Bio. You'll see a tab for petitioned for Britney. It might sound silly to you, but it's a big deal to me so if you could possibly consider that that would be awesome. Speaking of statues being removed. Take you back to Bravo on this one because Catherine Calhoun Dennis her I guess grandfather or Somebody. It's one of her ancestors. Is John C. Calhoun. Who is like one of the biggest slave owners in the Charleston area? Well, the former mayor who is trying to get the confederate monuments removed has also reached out to Charleston's mayor to remove the Calhoun statue, which would be amazing news for well people who aren't white supremacists, so that's really good news. Moving on to somebody who really doesn't matter. Can we talk about Jack's Taylor for a second? Okay Great? This piece of trash is still yet to be fired from Bravo, and in addition to all of Bravo's discriminatory practices. I hate to pile it on and I hate to be that girl, but I'm sorry. We need to end this misogynistic climate on Bravo I'm GonNa get to a disgusting member of below deck in just a minute, but let's talk about Jackson's second I. Don't WanNa see spotlight when his spotlight is honoring. What a piece of trash he is! Lance. Bass go on had gone on his podcast. It's called the daily podcast and he talked about Jack's Taylor. The firing of Bravo cast members across different shows, and we'll land said is that Jack's is the one that stepped away Oh and if you don't know what? Their business was. It's a cocktail mixer line that Jackson created in twenty eighteen. It's called. Just add X J X Jacks Da, so you add you add like. Tequila Rum, whatever to the mixer that he created, and there's your drink well, the first wave of Didn't happen. Nobody bought it and I still don't think after Lance. Bass became his partner. I'm still not sure anybody bought it and the fact that we're in quarantine in home. Drinking makes it even more confusing, but that's just how toxic Jackson is. Well. After land said that Jackson walked away from Jaques J., ax, Jackson of course had to clap back and his PR firm had responded to Lance Bass. Claims saying that Jackson's very confused by this whole thing how this is not a conversation that they've had threw it right back in lands as court endless. Be Honest. This is Jack's just trying to save face he. He has not a leg to stand on. So Lance Baz, of course we believe you. We have no reason not to believe you and one thing that I have to say that. I appreciate so much about Lance Bass. He had posted about what he thinks. Jackson's future's going to look like on Bravo, which is non-existent and some people clap back. Lands was saying like why are you? Did you ever officiate that wedding? Lance explained that he didn't know about the whole pastor thing and that he ended up feeling really used and abused once he saw it play out on television and that if he could go back. Something, he wouldn't do again. He regrets it and he's taking it as a learning experience, so cl- claps for Lance, and let's give that ax to Jax already acts to Jack Sets Minute Hashtag. Well Oh. My Gosh, this is crazy. The Mass Exodus of Bravo continues as we learned on Tuesday. That Marcel is not returning to real. Of Atlanta it's interesting because Porsche had said that. Eva had gotten a return letter, whereas Eva said it was her choice in that she had two main reasons for not returning. One of course is her family and the second. I'm going to go ahead and quote. Because well I'm listening to this amplified voice and I. Think you need to. Also this really says a lot about bravo quote. My question to myself is what is more important right now. Is that the money or Or is it the movement and the culture and what I can impact and to me it's a no brainer. People reported that EVA looks forward to serving the community on Rick Smiley morning, show and finding other ways to be a voice during this transformational time during our country for people of Color Evil later said that she appreciates all of the friendships, even through all the shades she loves the women. She was very gracious on her exit, but that's the tea. I don't know what do you believe? Do you believe you've left on her own terms, or do you think Porsche was right and she didn't get that letter. You can always go to facebook. There is an on this day entertainment facebook group. It's called the fanny pack, and you go ahead and we keep these conversations going on there also on Tuesday. Shout out to the number one. One Guy in the group I'm talking about the under pump rules is Tom Sandoval of course there was an amazing article on Tom Sandoval very flattering, and can I say I think the Toms and Tom Tom are going to be the future of Vander pump rules, so if you want just a nice fund, read check out the G. Q. Article About Tom. Sandoval, it's been a heavy week and it might be a nice release. This was Oh, my God I'm not ready to talk about this, but it is my duty to say what I learned on Wednesday morning. This is is a huge fan of Chris. Delia. I considered myself part of his cult, a true baby, which is very disturbing. In retrospect, Kristalina is a comedian. I've seen him so many times live at the comedy store. My husband and I listen to podcasts on a weekly basis. It's like appointment listening to us. We listen together like it's like a little date night for us. We've seen his comedy tours. We earn crystalline merged. This one hurts so bad, but if somebody does some evil shit, we can't support them and KRISTA. Leah on Wednesday. It came out that there are multiple I'm talking twenty plus accusations of him grooming underage girls. It is still not clear if he had sex with the underage girls, but he what he was doing is that he was talking to these young women, not even young women. These girls fourteen year old girls fifteen sixteen. Seeking them out online. They weren't approaching him online. He was going after them online, deeming them and developing these relationships grooming is what it's called. He was grooming these girls to trust him. Have this like relationship with him? And as soon as they would turn seventeen in some states in eighteen and other states. Yes, it looks like he was doing that kind of creepy ass. Ass Math he was sleeping with them, and it's fucking gross lake, and my favorite are the Kristalina fans. We're like wasn't fucking them. Dude, thatt's not the point the fact that he was going after underage girls online setting them up to get them ready for he was, he was his a predator. He is a child Predator and I. AM absolutely disgusted I'm disappointed I. I'm just beside by solve. And after there's an instagram page now it's called crystalline me, too. I think is what it's called, and it's a place where they've compiled all the tweets. All the accusations screen shots. Girls of taken over the years of him reaching out to them and getting really creepy asking if they're gonNA, make out wanting to see these girls and then again. People are like well. Did you ever tell him you were fifteen years old and they're like well. All the pictures he liked were at high school events in buses and school buses on high school bleachers. Like sure they might not have said they were fifteen, but like this is not a stupid person. Person We're dealing with. He knows that. If you're on a school bus, you're going to school. Come on, people very disappointed I don't WanNa talk about this anymore. But Wednesday was terrible day and I'm going to another terrible story. This one is about below deck meds, deckhand. His name is Peter Huns occur. He was fired from below deck mad. He is off of Bravo. He is off. The production was fifty one minds for this one because a of a disgusting revolting. Beyond I mean to call it. A racist social media post is not hard enough. It's misogynistic. It references like sex slavery slavery. It's just it's disgusting on all levels and did publish an article with the picture. This was news across the board. This has been published in several publications, but nobody had the actual tweet. Or the social media posts. I should say I. Actually put a trigger warning on the article because it is that bad, but for those of you who drive by a car accident and look at it much like I. Do you're? GonNa WanNa. See this picture and well I deliver it to you. If you don't want to see it, don't look it up like seriously. You really don't want to see it, but if you're a sick fuck like me and you want to see it, go to on this day. ENTERTAINMENT DOT COM. You'll see. The big fired lettering that I put over Peter's phase. It's that bad. It's that bad, and so is the next story I don't know how I missed this, but Danny masterson he on Netflix show called the ranch I know him from that seventies show which I'm sorry. I think that show is terrible. I guess that's why this story has never been on my. My radar because I don't really know who this person is of never followed his work, but do you know the Danny masterson I guess this has been a story for years now, but he has officially been charged three counts of rape. These are cases from the two thousand early two thousands that apparently it looks like the Church of Scientology has managed to sweep under. Under the rug for all these years, but he has been running, but he can't hide any longer. He's been charged with three counts of rape so on Wednesday. We got news of Krista Leah. We saw why the Guy Peter Barnes occur was fired from below deck. Med, and we heard Danny Masterson, being charged with three counts of rape. Can I just say guys do? Do fucking better like do fucking better like Oh, I, don't there are no words for how disappointed I am, and how we can only go up from here one thing I did want to say about Peter Hunziker. which I think is kind of interesting. This kind of goes back to the conversation. I had with Adrian Allen. We did a justice for faith. Sewers podcast. After. We learned about the and Kristen's firing after faiths voice had finally been heard. We talked Adrian and I talked about how Bravo in reality TV in general like where the finding these people. Why aren't they vetting them like? How do we not in this society like people don't go on dates without googling people like why are you hiring people to represent your network without combing through their social media well below deck meds? Peter has been fired, but it's not gonna be like a Brett and Max. Max Van. Der Pump rules thing where they cut him out of scenes for a couple of episodes and then slowly start giving them back to us. They're cutting this guy from the show so dead. Med has already evolved Bravo was already making steps to improve by not highlighting Peter at all anymore. On the show we saw him for three episodes, and that is all we get him. Thank goodness we're moving on. But. Where's the vetting I? Hope from this point forward. They're not going to need to go back. The editors must be pissed that they have to go back and finish what Redo what they've already done, but it's the right thing to do so. Bravo casting reality TV show casting. Again, get it together I. Just don't know what else to say. Like Google people. It's not hard go through their social media far as it goes back and that's something else about Christa Leah. been using all kinds of snapchat facebook messenger, which he's not even on facebook which he was using Messenger when people who dotes note him, and it's no. He's savvy enough to where he wants the idiots who were defending him to defend him for this stuff. It's also gross, but I am so excited to change the tone of this conversation to Thursday's news, which is just some good delicious shade from Rone's Luanne Davis APPs the former Countess the cabaret crooner known for ear assault maybe on a lot. Lot of this. It was a terrible show ever seen the Countess show count your blessings I am so disappointed in myself for spending as much money as I did, but it was a really good time, and we got to meet the Countess afterwards, so that was cool, but if we wouldn't have gotten to meet the Countess and I just paid for the show, I would have been so pissed anyway. Blue, an actually appeared on one of the other podcasts here on the taste of reality podcast network. Liza Rosen. She hosts the reality of reality podcast. It's really cool, really interesting. She has a lot of producers directors people who've start on reality TV, but she has a really cool behind the scenes. Look at what happens on reality TV anyway. She's actually personal friends with Louis on, and they discussed all of the real housewives, but most importantly I was most intrigued with Luan conversation. Conversation about the mystery, real housewives of New York newbie lease slain. She's Ramona's friend. That just kind of randomly POPs up in scenes. I kind of feel bad for at least I'm GonNa tell you she's gotten so many. She has a lot of haters and I. Don't really understand why I think she's a good addition. She's very normal, which doesn't make great. TV, I'm learning but. But I really feel like you have to have some voice of reason on these shows or else like this bad behavior doesn't make any sense well. We started talking about her sobriety that she's put her court appointed community service behind her the whole drinking fiasco. She explained that she feels like she is so in control and she had to throw the other ladies under the bus. Bus because it's Luanne and she said quote. I feel like damn I'm the one with the drinking problem I mean it's kind of joke, and if you've been reading or if you've been watching real housewives of New York, I mean this has to be by far the most drunken episodes of the series history, but I'm absolutely loving it. I think Leah is amazing but I. Wasn't happy with Elise, because elise out one of their gatherings I forget if it was in Rhode, island. Anyway Lou was asked how she's affected. When people like you question her relationship with drinking and Luhan snapped quote. Who is she to judge me? I barely know this woman. This is not somebody who had call up and say hey, let's hang out. She's Nice enough. I just don't know. Know Her that well, and for her to Chime in on my sobriety is really you know inappropriate. She doesn't know a damn thing about me all what she might read in the newspaper. Can I just say that like if Luana saying like Schule knows what she read about me in the newspaper like. Is there a more leeway on thing to ever come out of lands? Mouth I who? Eliza the interviewer asks where did at least come from his she in your circle. Leon said she's not in my circle and then Luanne was asked if she was an official friend of like Barbara. CAV OF IT and Liu said I. Don't think so. It's very strange. I don't actually have an opinion on the least I kind of find her entertaining, but she's so roundly in things, but I have no idea what to make of her and I just love her so much for saying that like I had to. To include this in the article, I wrote I put a Gif of Mariah. Carey saying I don't know her. About Jennifer Lopez. It was so shady and I. Love the fact that she after how horrible Luanne was to her friend Barbara last season. How horribly she treated her own friend, the person she introduced to the group the fact that she's now like we'll lose. Barbara was a friend of like she's like I don't even. Even think she's a frond off like it's so funny. Luanne really is just so Luanne and what we see is what we get. This is exciting news for me as a of sunset Superfan, but honestly this season was so hard on me if he were also a shahs of sunset fan, you saw how unbelievably dark this show has become. I used to love Shaw's so much, and these people were such good friends like we're! We're talking thirty year friendships. This season had some really disgusting. Horrible things, said Raza in public at a pool party so that his friend of thirty years had her uterus explode I'm sorry this is so graphic because she had ten abortions and now Nima, the Teeth Vande has gone on instagram and took to his instagram stories to explain why he is so angry and pissed off after the filming of the Shahs of Sunset Reunion. I. Don't even know what to expect from this freaking reunion at this point so I'm surprised first of all that they're even getting a reunion because that show has been off the air for months just to let you know. Yes, of course, it's already filmed based on this article in the story. I'm telling you now, but Ali's Suri reached out to me a couple of weeks ago. Saying that the reunion was going to happen in that, he had yet to be invited well. They shot the reunion without alley so Allie is. Is Coming back on on this day. Entertainment podcast after the reunion fully airs I'm not sure he's not sure if it's going to be one two three, however many episodes, but when that's done, Allie will be back so in the meantime. If you have not listened to the interview I did with Elliot's Sherri. You need to go back and listen to it because things were said on this podcast that have not been revealed anywhere else, so you really wanNA listen to it like seriously unbelievable things anyway. Let's get back to NEMA. NEMA in his teeth. Before the filming, he was in his suit. He had his starbucks. He had shown the computer screen of everybody in their little zoom boxes. Super Cute. He seemed to be really serious. He didn't seem to be in a great mood, but boy a whatever mood he was in before afterwards, he had taken off his suit. He was sitting down and a man was. Oh my God to on the ZANU DOT COM to see a video, or you can just check out my instagram page at the standard payment I actually posted Nima story I made it into a video, so it wouldn't expire, so you can still see it either of those places. After the Reunion Nima said quote I. Don't think I've ever been. This. fucking angrier pissed off in my entire life. After filming an episode clip a segment for Bravo ever. There were things that were said during this reunion. That can never be taken back I. don't care how many years with the network I'm in. There are just things that you cannot come back from you know who you are, and you will see it very soon. It's so good. It's so good. I am so excited to see this reunion and to hear what Allie has to say because that's something that Bravo does like. They'll put Allie. He's the center of the drama this season or the most recent season of Shahs of sunset. We never saw a confessional for him. He's not invited back to the reunion. Same thing with faith I think it was season six of Andrew Pump. Don't quote me on that, but the whole season was about her affair with Jacks, and never once did we see a confessional for faith? They put these people as the center of their storyline, and then we never get their perspective as to their insight. Insight of the story, so I think we're really left uneducated by Bravo because of that into. What's really happening, but that's it. That's another week in reality, TV and celebrity, news and Holy Shit this was an amusement park ride. Get me the fuck off like I'm really hungry for some better news, but that's why I provide you with the second half of this podcast. Hang around that does it for the weeks on this day entertainment news head on over to on this day entertainment dot com to read the full articles of Piping, hot tea and more offbeat. Right back with this week's nostalgic. Look back in entertainment history. It is much lighter I swear so stay, too. 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I have some really big episodes of on this day entertainment coming out on Tuesday will all be missing vendor pump rules, but don't sweat Peter Magical. Himself joined me on the on this day. Entertainment PODCAST, so we will be talking about all of the things that'll come out on Tuesday and on on Thursday I am doing. Doing another bonus episode with Jess from the hot takes in deep dives podcast, and we're going to be doing a tribute to the Great Tinsley Mortimer of course from real housewives of New York but Tinsley, also did a reality show in two thousand ten on the CW. It was called high, society I just watched it I watched it in like an evening and a morning like it is only eight episodes. Episodes in each episode is only twenty minutes. It's on, Youtube, it's only one season eight episodes super super short. We're going to be celebrating Tinsley from that show. Also I'm going to tell you. It was really hard. Watching so high-society Tinsley her mom, her sister, all fantastic I love them more, but they had some characters on the show just to cause some quote unquote drama, because otherwise the show would have been. been considered boring, but these are horrible people. It was really really really hard to watch the show. The privilege the disrespect the racism. Oh, it was really bad, but truly Tinsley Dale. And Tinsley Sister Dabney Dabney especially really stood up to the racist and you guys watch high-society. I'm going to be talking about it with Jess while I have my conversation with Peter, so bonus episodes, Tuesday and Thursday this week. Welcome back fanny pack, it is always been fascinating for me to see how the world of entertainment has evolved over the years, so let's take a walk down memory lane and reminisce on some of the juiciest in most monumental on this day events from this week in pop culture history I know I just promised. You is going to get lighter, and it will, but not yet because I have to start with Judy. Garland's death in nineteen, sixty nine, the Dorothy from wizard of Oz, had such a terrible. Terrible relationship with drugs. It makes me so sad. It started off with Judy garland playing opposite. Mickey Rooney in a bunch of MGM films and she was always concerned about her weight. The studio put pressure on her, and they demanded that she take these quote. UNQUOTE PEP pills to suppress her appetite and to give her energy. Apparently, what MGM was doing back? Then end of the shooting days they would supply. All of the child. Stars was sleeping pills so when Judy garland was later cast in the wizard. Wizard of Oz, her weight drew constant criticism from studio executives, and because she was so insecure, she young woman I mean obviously her weight issues combined with the work schedule's. She started taking even more pills. She eventually developed a diet of amphetamines. Amber -obituates which are with prince, was killed from face, slimmed her up. That's for sure. And she was able to get through all those shooting and the management company left her alone, but ultimately all of this left. Judy so dependent on drugs. It affected her health. Health and her career for pretty much the rest of her life, she had a nervous breakdown in nineteen, forty seven. She had a marriage that caused her stress and her drug addiction made her spiral out of control. She lost a bunch of jobs because of tardiness and absence from sets and I didn't know this, but she had attempted suicide two times, and eventually left MGM, and later died of an overdose, and that's the satisfying thing like Oh my God. These actors have to go through so much. Just a quick aside. I wanted to give a happy anniversary. God I have to do math V, seventy, five, eight, hundred, ninety, five, thousand, five fifteen. Oh, my Gosh! Forty five years ago, jaws was released in theaters like seriously. HOW SCARY JAWS! That should is still so creepy I mean. Have you ever been to a beach and not made a joke I just WanNa say for the record that Donen. Is like some of the scariest music in a movie ever so congratulations to jaws for scaring us for forty five years and counting Holy Shit. I'm like in a really dark place, because all of these now that I'm looking back all of these on this day. Entertainment events that I have highlighted are all kind of dark so I'm going to apologize now, but I think this just gives you a look into where my mind is right now and where I think a lot of us are mentally spiritually and emotionally. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, one Mark David Chapman pled guilty to killing John Lennon at least I mean when somebody is murdered, it's fucking horrible I mean. That's like the understatement of the century like that's like seriously. The Michigan ever said, but it's fucking horrible like at least John Lennon's murderer was discovered and charged unlike maybe like a Brianna Taylor, who's murderers still out there and still on the police force just saying. This is not a great story, but it's kind of funny like she's okay, so it's kind of funny in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty eight. Did you guys when you are sick at home? Sick from school in stayed home for the day was your highlight of the day watching the prices right? It was mine. I loved sick days. Watching the price is right, and this is actually when I was eight years old in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, eight, the model, one of Barker's beauties. Pennington was actually knocked out by a TV camera. Janice was actually the longest running model from the show. She was on from one, thousand, nine, hundred seventy. Two the year two thousand. She's also known for being a playboy playmate of the month and Nineteen, seventy one, and she in her time on the prices right had the great honor of handling the microphone Bob Barker as the start of the show for more than five thousand shows. Like how funny is that? That's her legacy, but it's so cool. It really is so cool well in June of eighty eight. A camera hits Denise and she fell off of the stage. She was unconscious and taken to the hospital. The show had resumed filming after forty-five minutes. Genesis accident resulted in surgery, leaving her with many scars and one. Her short shoulders is now shorter than the other, so Oh my God! This is going to Piss you off. She could no longer wear swimsuits on the show. They took away her ability at being a swimsuit model. Because one shoulder is shorter than the other because they hit her with a camera, they can go ahead and fuck themselves now. Do you. Like seriously I am so glad as a country we are moved away from Bikini. Models bathing suit model days seriously one shoulder being lower than her other is just the most insane reason to. Deprive somebody of an opportunity that was actually. There's in the first place Oh. My God don't get me started. We haven't heard much from Janice because her employment ended following the December thirteenth, two thousand episode, and she had signed a confidential settlement agreement, so we haven't heard much from her. In one, thousand, nine, hundred ninety, so thirty years ago, Adam Sandler joined the cast of Saturday night live. He's had one of the more incredible movie careers from that show, so congratulations, one of my personal favorites ever in fact, my journalism grew Mister Howard Stern in one, thousand, nine, hundred four, began his thirty minute TV show on e that was basically just video footage of his radio show. I watched it religiously. This is one of the main reasons where I got my Howard stern growing up. What happened is that he wanted to bring the radio show to the big. Big Screen or to the small screen I guess I should say so. Six robotic were installed in his studio. He really thought that this was a genius move because now instead of just being heard in some cities across the country, he would be in pretty much any house that has cable and to he him. He said it was a quote. Dream. Come true. The e show gave me some of my absolute favorite memories from the show including the Gary de la Taylor Love Tape Oh my God the the video recording. He made to get a girlfriend back so funny. I lost my lover. And I lost my best friend. and. You Lost Your lover and they lost her best friend. Pretty, even but you gain. This is the Matt. It's an equation. The calculation from hell wait a second now. Here's what she gained. You've gained. A lover and you gain a best friend again a couple of lovers or gain one lover. But I gain no friends. I have no. There's nobody there to come home to the call to tell. All the great stuff and like right now. I feel my professional life is at nine. My personal life is at like two. Did any of you watch the show from Howard Stern. If you did of course, go back and take it to the fanny. Pack I am always down to talk. Howard stern I want to hear about your favorite episodes, your favorite guests and so on. Finishing up this week in two thousand thirteen. Real housewives of Atlanta Star Niimi leaks married her ex husband Greg leaks at the intercontinental buckhead hotel in Atlanta so this is actually the marriage their second marriage when they had the spin off, show called I dream of Ni, Ni the wedding and that show that Bravo extra featured the actual 's of Greg Anini for their second time at the alter and. And it also served as a bridge between seasons, five and six of real housewives of Atlanta Nina had nine bridesmaids for her second round of nuptials, and they included Queen Cynthia Cheekbones Bailey from real housewives of Atlanta and recurring cast member Marlo Hampton. Can I say give that woman a peach already? Marlow deserves a peach like twenty years ago. Make it happen. That does it for this week's nostalgic throwbacks in entertainment history. For this week's birthdays, happy birthday to the singer and songwriter and producer of the band. The Beach Boys Brian. Wilson. He turned seventy eight. Using icon Lionel Richie turns seventy one as does well. Movie icon Meryl Streep Congratulations to Lionel in Merrill. You guys are just killing the game still on top of their game. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, three Chino Marino. The lead singer of the deaf tones was born, as was one of my idols Juliette Lewis. They both turned forty seven this week, so happy birthday to them in nineteen, seventy eight Jay Rodriguez was born of course from the original og version of queer eye, and in case you didn't know. He actually played angel on Broadway in rent. He turns forty two. Oh my gosh, the queen of Atlanta Porsche Williams Social Justice Warrior Porsche Williams turns thirty nine years old this week. So Happy Birthday Queen Porsche. And, well, we know that these birthdays are joint Arianna Maddix from. Vander, pump rules and Stasi Schroeder formally of vendor pump rules show birthday. ARIANNA turns thirty five this year, and Stacey turns thirty to one of my favorite drag Queens was born in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, six. Bob The drag queen. He is a comedian E as a hilarious. Comedy Special I think it's on Amazon prime. It's awesome He won Paul's drag race season eight. He turns thirty four and drag Queen. Keep on making a smile. You are amazing. 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Hour 2: Iggy Or Steph?

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Hour 2: Iggy Or Steph?

"The first. Last night pulled even. Spicy for Pascall scam. Right now. Yeah, that's ridiculous. That is the wax nickname I've ever heard by C T. This ridiculous. Make no damn sense. I mean about peace pieces little something like this by CP, spicy ping who for the hall of Famer. Isaiah thomas. Call today, spicy t would that be the nickname? That's a terrible nickname is even as what's going on. I'm good. How you doing? Here with us. I'm gonna start with you. I how important was it? Or is it for the warriors to win game three? I think it's very important for them to keep the momentum going because right now you know losing losing game one here game gave Toronto tremendous confidence. Then they come back and they win game two and I always believe that the team that's able to put back to back wins together in a series. That's normally the team that wins. See for me. What I love about this is one. I'm one of those guys I really wish Katie was hit just because I just wanna see, I don't want any Asterix I don't want it issues wanna mismanaged as well. Of course, it will be misread to mention but I guess what I'm saying. I just don't want to use injuries or whatever. But even with that aside saying, assuming K D doesn't come back. Let me tell you something. We don't find out something about Toronto. When you go state wins game three that means they want to straighten gay four is at the oracle on the road that's similar to what transpired is seventy Sixers to a lesser. Cannot transpired against Milwaukee Golden State Warriors and not Philadelphia, seventy Sixers, and they're not the Milwaukee Bucks, you want to really, really find out what your Toronto Raptors are made of let them lose game three and half to find themselves in a situation where they're trying to avoid going down. Three one at the oracle, we'll find out then what they made up their minds to mention but, you know, they, they may, I would say Golden State, they may be due for a stinker at home. Sure. Because, you know they've played so well throughout the playoffs, Houston Portland, then they had to lay off, they may be due for a stinker at home. So Toronto may catch him on the right night in terms of three or four. I think about your pistons team. Yes, you're the you're the MVP caliber player. But you had a crime partner on any given night, who is a reliable all star or else killer, Mark Aguire, Joe Dumars, Vinnie microwave Johnson, right? Who is that guy going to be for Kawai? We saw PASCAL Siachen game one, but he's not at that point yet where he's going to do that every day. Can Kyle Lowry be that guy can vanfleet be that guy who to use see who can step up for co y you, you wanted to be Lowry. I mean he's the guy who has the most experience. He's the guy who's played in head some some, some terrible, you know falls within the play offs. But yet this year, I think he's played pretty well particularly in the Milwaukee series, you want him to be able to get up and be able to do it. He's a guy that I root for I don't know if he can do it. You know, I'm being honest. I don't know if he can do it and not on a road. He's the guy that you're going to have to. I think it needs to be yet that he needs to play Wales. And he needs to score the ball, not at a high clip, but at a crucial clip right van Vliet, max van bleeders shooter in a scorer. Norm Powell is a score. He's an aggressor collar is your lead. He's your playmaker. He somebody that hip rim the shots to run a team. Plus he has his history with this franchise hit. But that's also why cholera last night may have been my biggest disappointment. He came out all tra- aggressive, cholera, not go back. I covered them in high school when he was Philadelphia before he went to Villanova. What is right for the Philadelphia Inquirer, call our not go back a long ways, always at the heart of a lion real guts. I real but I was real disappointed in him last night, because you've been in the league to log, you're too smart to come out so Oltra aggressive and I know they were complaining afterwards about the referees and some of the calls, but Larry put himself in a position to be. Thousand at least three of those foul calls these three. There was two points in that game that I was disappointed in Lowery and also Toronto starter, the third quarter you, you go down on eighteen. Oh run. I mean, you, you have to somehow manufacture get a bucket. Get to the foul line do something. And then at the end of the fourth you, hold Golden State scoreless for four minutes, and you're down six but you continue to come down and take loan contested three point shots. You don't slow the game down. You don't really get into a point where you need to score. And when Golden State was up six and they didn't score for four minutes. The champion in you says, I gotta score. I gotta get to. I gotta get one. I gotta get that this morning was sued in three and that wasn't the thing to keep you. And I have you've scolded me about this. But I do agree that mid range block. You know. Down the block in crucial situations. You just can't overuse it. But in high leverage moments when it gets tight score another way. I totally agree with that. People aren't paying enough attention to that this morning, the eighteen run the twenty four one run. What about the fact the last five minutes of the fourth quarter, the champs didn't score a point, that's until accidentally on a near turnover? Iki got the ball. I mean so defensively Toronto's defense vase stepped up and did what they needed to do the last five minutes of the game offensively. This is when your point guards gathered take control the game. And again, it's always time tempo and score in you gotta understand down six. Don't eat it three. Now. We got we got plenty of time. Okay. Put the ball in Kawais hand Kawais getting to the foul line. He's drawing to he's dishing. He kicked it out a couple of times. They settle for the long three as opposed about it on the flowing into let me tell you why they settle. They settled because when you talk about kuwa- they panic. Right. Kuwa-. Yeah. That's true. But what I'm saying used this. Kowa has the skills strength, etc. Etc. But they doubled him got the ball out of the hands. The. The big he picked, he, he kicked the ball to and got that kind of heart. The other guys kicked the ball to shoot as they ain't going to the whole of leading trying to go to the whole of, you know, empower, even though he could do it ain't really trying to go to the whole, they want to shoot the rock. So to me when you talk about getting to that whole having a willingness to get to the free throw line. You're talking about Siaka of Bacha Gosol, and those guys got a little bit tight, and they gotta get the mindset and you gotta have the mentality that you don't win championships. Take championships. That's how you get. I wanna wanna stop you right there, because people are quick to say other, the Magic Johnson Steph curry, the greatest point guard of all time. And I actually my thoughts often go to you, because I think in the crucible of this level of competition, you find out what's what maybe it's because I cover the fight game for so long. But in US, Aw guy, even if you were hobbled you were clutch when it mattered most Steph curry, is this unbelievable mobile artillery unit. Right at all times, except I saw four twenty to go by against the Cavs game seven at home. Not a point scored and they lost seventy three win team. And last night, I saw Steph. You're the conductor of the greatest half court orchestra of all time. Why in five minutes do I hear no music near turnover winds up in hands accidentally and he hits a shot? Otherwise, maybe you lose that game. Why do you think as someone who's been in that exact position? Steph kick can. Doc, the band for five straight minutes under those circumstances. I think he can. You know, I look at Steph and I say Steph is the leader of the team Draymond in clay in this order, heart and soul letter team in Durant is the best player. And when you really get down to, you know, who's the secretary of defense that's Iggy. I mean, when you want to drop the bomb in this town to push the button, call Iggy because he gonna push the button and drop the bomb the clutch shot last night. All right. The warriors have now won thirty two of their last thirty four when K D is not on the core and Steph curry plays. I can't believe it. Philip brought his little brother on our mission into orbit how long until it get their loan. Get there. I'll get there. No. I can't believe how easy it was to save hundreds of dollars on my car insurance with gyco. What's this button? Do what's this button, do what's this button, do what's this? Believe that guy. Go. Good. Save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. Really a day to day thing. And it's we had a crystal ball. We would've. Would've known a long time ago over you're dealing with an injury. That's. There's been a lot of gray area literally as just day to day. And how of how the progress is coming. And at this point he's still not ready. Right. It's still has not been cleared for practice. Practice. This city will be coming back here. That's for sure. Still spirited warriors even. The north. That's where that's real nice. Make sure your show up in the second half. Next time. The raptors online was renewed half at the start of the second-half yesterday. I think everybody was in shock. I mean really consensus fans at the start of the second hand wouldn't even stand, and it was probably trying to get that autograph from Obama. Bobby? All right. Guys, let's get into it. So the show by the way, everyone does he does. Wow. Told me that, that great honor. I just watched a great interview with him. And David Letterman that show on Netflix. Check it out. It was great. Okay, I'm gonna stay focus is I'm looking at you because we don't have you the whole time here. Do you think the warriors need, Kevin Durant to win the series and is Kevin Durant coming back? I believe they need him to win the series, particularly now that clay is a little banged up. Also, you see they need parameter scorn. And when they only have Steph and clay, that's not enough. Cousins came in and gave him a big scoring punch. So those ten to fifteen points. They actually need that off the bench. I thought cook came in and did well, but, you know, with the rent, that's just a totally different animals. So they definitely need him out on the floor to win this series in my opinion. I don't believe that I believe that Zeke on a tough that the players of all time to Tom champion. There's wrong on this one. I believe if Klay Thompson, and bogey and ego dollar healthy, they will win the side of what? K- D. In six. Hamstring. Let me let me tell you why I'm not bringing the hamstring into the equation because coming into the series you pick Toronto and six Clayton have a hamstring injury. Can you tell them rooting for Toronto? I got. That's all I'm saying. In other words, we understand that without clay Golden State's toes. We get all the equa- dollar competent we get all that. But I'm saying without K D, if everybody else's, they're picking the war is to win those that he will pick to Rondo and six strictly because the K D And I'm saying that's what the prediction is. That is clay. You're saying what if he's just physically compromised, but he's out there is does that count to, or do you need them? Healthy. You need them healthy Kawais, not healthy brother Kurai is not right. But he's so tough. You knew that coming into the giving thirty four and Zeki has to bully his way to the line. He has to get into the paint because his shot isn't falling because his legs, he shoots line drives. Gets the shooter's because it's not right. Or left. It's true. It's straits. He usually gets shoot about he's not getting that because he's got no legs right now. And yet he's willing his team to a game one victory. He had a lot to do with it. I know Siachen was the best player and he kept them in the game. Right. Till the last possession, then game six against Milwaukee that didn't stop them. I'm saying at a certain point, though, it's going to he's, he's got he's doing all he can do. He's got somebody else got to step up. We talked about Lowry. We talked about the Saul who had twenty in the first game second gain. Not so good right offensively. They gotta be to step up and they gotta step up in the crucial times of the game. Not when everybody's cheering not when it's all going good. But when it's going bad, you need someone other than Kawai to make shot for you agree to the foul line. All the fans leave to go get the Bracco bomb. Autograph? That's right. What we assume it was probably out. They get some hotdog stuff like that, too. Not bring you some sushi courtside or something. Right. I mean, it's not the same kind of party. Hey, third quarter for Golden State. I want to know what you in the locker room. Well, it's the second second right at the Datino run. It's almost. Toronto has outscored the war is in the first second fourth quarter two series, the warriors, plus sixteen against them in the third quarter. That's what everybody they do. Every they kill everybody in coaches quarter, the third quarter, the coaches quarters as the coaches quarter, but it's consistently. They come out with a different kind of bounce different kinds of energy. To her credit for that as the coach of the team, we looked at quarter after halftime. What adjustments are made seems like you should get some credit for that. Okay. They get credit for. But at the end of the day, right? Draymond clay staff. All of them. They come out with a different energy a difference way. For you guys in the bad. Boy, pistons, did you sometimes sit there after a rough I like let's stop playing games. It just go get this. Like, how does that work? Now, we always knew that we had a run in us. Right. And we always knew that okay, we'll stay close. And then in five minutes, we'll take a five minutes Burton saying. All right. Let's turn it on video, and we'd had conversations, but it seems consistently with Golden State. It is the start of the third quarter. I mean it it's like it's like a Broadway play. They do they think first second quarter, and then the third quarter they go in and, you know the phantom opera comes out at dawn, I mean, they do they think and it's consistent. You think that's more mental or you think it's more adjustments that they're actually making? I would say that it's jesmyn, but I think it's more mental because it's too consistent for them to, to reform on this way for that to. Well, you have to give the players credit who in particular, do you think it's Draymond? Or do you think it staff? I think it's I think it's a collective think it's a collective thing where I really, it's a different energy to different switch. It's a different swag, compass. Listen, listen. This is not complicated y'all where you can make shots, you can scare the living hell out of people think of. I want you to watch sometimes when clay went went clay or Steph open. You usually see people lunging out at others takes shots, when no dude got us. A little bit of base. And they literally the day this is what they do. Because they're more C'mon and the difference, you can listen Toronto heart things scared. They got skills, but they can't score like that. We're Mark these causing Hiddick shot you like this, Dan. Do I will give you the exact feeling because they got they got three guys like that in terms of Steph Klay into rant right when we were playing against Boston. They only had one guy every bird when he got the ball you was like damn. He got the ball. That's right. And the other guy when we played against Chicago when Jordan got the basketball, you would like Tam called it. Not not that getting ready to shoot. He caught it. He got you do you will look over there, and you'll be like I take back. I'll take a ball taking back anymore. But you may not remember this is college, right? This is in the nineties. I never forget, as long as I look because one of my favorite old Tom college moments. Kenny Anderson, folks, may not remember that name playing at Georgia Tech, he came down on the great Bobby Hurley to Tom national champion body early. And literally, it was a one on one and Kenny K and day. It's behind the vet crossover put it behind his back them shimmy, and then dipped it and Bobby Hurley literally ran to coach K, practically cry. I think about that moment because when I see guys at today's NBA and what they can do, because they ability to make shots is that Kana heart that they take from. That's what I'm talking about. Stereotypically weinhardt somewhere else. It's got to be a yes or no. Are we gonna see Kevin Durant? Yes. Okay. I like it. One game doesn't define a series they got rings. They can be confident I four not, first of all. Lucky? This series is. Murphy here with your sports center right now. So the warriors trailed by double digits early had one made shot, you'll go or free throw in the last five thirty nine and they won. But that one made shot was three point dagger yet another clutch moment from Andrea della. Yeah, he'd missed thirteen his last fourteen from deep but Steph curry still thinks forgetting about Dray was a bad idea. Of course, the game disrespect for Levi's it would open like that with the game on. He's made big shots like that before and. Got it done. Tonight. We weren't disrespected anybody. We were up garden, heart, and we put two on staff, and we hell he threw it almost right to Kawai, right? Pretty good defense. They were scrambling around running around, like crazy, but. And they found a right? They found him, I'd like to go back and try that, again, about ten times, and one of them, doesn't go away. That's it for your sports center right now. Let's send you back to I take at the finals. Look at that. You're ask park fans are out there. Good morning, everybody afternoon for some at this point. Welcome back into I take care at Scotiabank arena. Mr. wanna remind. Just one of remind into national audience that you have people out there because we were supposed to be outside in Jurassic Park. It was so hype that was going to be so many people out there that cop said, they didn't think it would be safe, so they made us come back. And we go outside. I have to talk to the, the mayor and some put us outside talked to some people to work with concerned with other they could do it. They never thought of whether they should see y'all think I'm joking on. I'm trying to make I'm trying to speak to some elected officials. The people in power to make to make a hap- if a game up, I'm trying to be outside. I plan on having a Cup. I think you should go one hundred percent. Yeah. I'm with you. We should be with the people to be off with the people to rot. So let's stay focused now. Good in the studio. Into analytics is. Olympic. These two eighty had only twenty four percent chance of making that three point basket, yet he delivered max with the game on the line one shot. Who would you rather have taking Iggy or curry of everyone on Golden State, open shot fate of the universe on the line, or the martians? Have the death beam pointed at earth? You better hit it. I want Igwe Dala. That's right. And I know what that sounds like Ed. It's not fair to Steph because so much defensive attention is paid to him. And I'm not saying steps not a better shooter. He's a way better shooter dollars ice water in his veins Igwe dollars, that type of player, let me give you some examples. I'll take some baseball examples a rod was an MVP hit fifty home runs. Isn't that ask any Yankees fan from, you know, ten fifteen twenty years ago, would you rather have bases-loaded World Series? You need a run Luis Sojo the middle infielder up or a rod hardcore Yankee sense, to tell you Louis SoHo because when under pressure, it was something about that, dude. That was cool and something about a rod that wasn't. I mean that's what it is Curry's. The greatest shooter of all time, on till it matters most, I've seen let me tell you something, something. My dad used to tell me about Billy Martin and. And big fan of yours, by the way here. He's a big fan. Know he's mad at you right now. Billy Martin manager for the play second base for the championship teams used to go one for four in the regular season. Two fifty average lifetime one for three in the postseason three thirty three in the postseason. Not a power hitter used to say whatever it was one for four one for three my one hit would kill you. Mark Jackson was here saying he's like good for great defense and eleven points every single one of eleven points will kill you high leverage moment, fate of the universe on the line want open shot not go get it. I want it would Dala taking that shot for me. My money is on them thirty Steph curry opus faded a universe online. Give me a third. I'm going with number thirty every single time I bought a hot water. No water warm water in the desert. If it's a opus shot, give me number thirty to take the open shot to make it and win it. Well, see the problem that I have with journalists. Isaiah thomas. The fact that you have a smaller your face while doing it like it's funny to entertain this nonsensical take by my partner here, max Kellerman. This is a guy that religiously leads on numbers and numbers show that Steph curry is arguably the greatest shooter we have ever seen in our lives. But max Kellerman wants to ignore those numbers when it comes to an Andre equal dollar. There is no doubt. He's an MBA people reads it. He makes a matter of fact to give credit. I've lied. Don't equal dollars a big reason as to why I've got them winning this series. But why why because he's gonna be left open. Why is he left open because curry teammate? That's why what did Nick nurse say in the post game conference. We doubled Steph. That's what he said. In other words, we'll conc- we'll leave anybody open anything, but allow him to have the ball eagle Dala when he was MVP. He was wide open Cleveland left wide open because they had to concede somebody at the shoot the ball and they want clay, and they want step to shoot. Steph curry is so great as a shooter, they would rather mug ham. At least somebody else wide open then man up against him at the risk of somebody else taking. It's not. All right. Hong backs. I cannot miss, too. I can't do any of that. Let me ask you let me, let me say this. Livingston made the play to the ball to prevent steel. But the second part of that was he looked at Steph and everybody went to Steph so he made the no look in hit Iggy. That's what gave Iggy tan the most important part of the play. Let if you go back, and you look at the film Livingston gap, the basketball, okay? You gotta win it back a little bit more. Gotta run the point back more. What's it? Look, you see. That's what gave him the time. It was the most important part of the play was the look of which gave Iggy another second. And you hurting their gear ready does not get hurt. Nick ner saying, like this is our defensive strategy like it's not disrespected Igwe dollar. I'm not denying any of this. But would you concede this was Robert ory the best three point shooter in the league? No. No. With the money on the line, who you want taking them out. Tom out money on the line shooter, his what you're missing. Here's what you're missing Robert ory without those clutch moments that you're talking about without clutch moments with a better shoot at any dollar. Yes. So, in other words, what I'm trying to say to you. He was the threat at any point in a game Egwa dollar as the pressure mounts. He rises to the occasion, but he's not a shooter. Robert ory was always shooter for a big guy. He was always the big Hugh. Hugh. But he later but a lot like Iggy and he had or had. He was a defensive player who shot under pressure. Let me give you the huddle. Let me give you the huddle if you sit in that huddle and Steve Kerr designs, the last shot, but Iggy and don't go to Klay in Steph Iki goes say, no, no, no, no. I don't want that Robert Horry goes say, no, no. I don't want this shot. They get those shots out of because a clay because a Steph because the lies Awan because shack, then ain't no pressure. Right. So missed the shot long rebound to Iggy. And he wins the game. And then what you're saying when you sitting there, and that coaches calling your number you hear it loud, in the Rena, I gotta make this shop the pressures on me. Everybody else. The other pivotal point to bring up is this with a lodge was shack, and all of those guys you're looking for something on the interior. In the case of Steph curry, Klay Thompson, you are looking for something on the perimeter and equal Dala wooded death think he should be. Steph curry any Cirque of ten shit. Alex Louise SoHo for Alex Rodriguez with the bases loaded either no manager would do that, about example, ho came up the Yankees fans that have been happy. There are some dudes this what we're arguing about. We're all conceding Iggy is clutch, right? But you're saying, but it's kind of accident, he'll get the accident. They do. You're happy. You're analogy using it, as a bad one, because guess what? Steph curry is covered doing anything that can keep the ball out of Alex Rodriguez gets the chance to come up the back. He gets the back cover. They like you get the ball. We will mug you before we let you get the ball, the difference. I guarantee you all these fans sitting behind that sin behind us tonight. I mean it's in behind us. When Iggy get the basketball they were happy. It wasn't still. Let me tell you anywhere. Happy. Dictate predicted would win. When I saw the ball in his hands. I thought that's it. They're going to get the split. I knew he was gonna hit that knew he was gonna hit it. However you didn't you didn't move Steph to shoot it alone rather, have you taken that shot going step to take. I understand I want Iggy to take it. Thank you. So let your being with us. Appreciate you. Defined. Toronto's shit Bank arena, where it all went down last night. Colli in the raptors could not get it done. Rafters chant. Everybody Stephen, I want to start with you here DeMarcus cousins got start last night. Certainly paid off eleven points, ten rebounds, six assists, and just twenty eight minutes of play. Tell me this will this decision to start cousins be the turning point in this series, Podvig will be. But it's not because of starting whatever it's the mount of minutes that he played and what he was able to do when he did play. The fact is that he was exceptional in the second half last night. He took over point bullet rolls from Draymond green. That's number one of because of the assistant he was recording. He was grabbing key rebound. Because at one point Toronto seeing the beginning every offensive rebound or whatever. And you just said, all right? Somebody's got to help them out on the board. He came in and offset that more importantly, his defense on pick and roll situations by the Toronto Raptors you didn't expect him to be able to move so well, but he did his defense was definitely up there and last, but not least it served to neutralize soul. And the Bacher those guys will pivotal and game. Even though Siachen went off the soul did have twenty points in game one he vodka did make a contribution as well. And when you look at markets, 'cause it's in the post all of a sudden they were limited to one shots, all of a sudden the path to the lane wasn't as easy as it had been with the undersized Kvant looney knows boys. You can't say enough about the job to markets cousins did in game two last night. I thought he was the MVP the game because of the way that he played in the second half. And I gotta give love to Quinn cook as well. With those two big three's, of course. Equal dollar hit a couple of big three's in the second half. But the Marcus cousins to me, was the key X factor in all of this. I cannot say enough about how he played yesterday. I would say this is the boogie cousins game, maybe along honorable mention Dala because would not only hit the, the nail in the coffin, but also played excellent defense when it looked like out anymore. If you play the series after injury it may wind up being the difference in this series starting boogie. Because if you recall game. One boogies passing. And he's a brilliant passer. He plays the right way. It was almost overdone like they were passing up. Good shots for bit. No, not for better shots for no shots. They were overdoing it. But after a guy's been out for a while he needs game or usually a couple of to get his rhythm to get be integrated into the team in bookies cases basketball IQ is so high took him one game by game to as even said he's running point forward. He was the Draymond green on both ends of the floor. Like, who would think that boogie could be dream on both ends of the floor? But he was the question is can he do this consistently after sitting for so long after being hurt for Sola members coming off catastrophic injury and then got hurt and that hasn't been playing so like for him to do it? One game is all well and good. Can he continue to do this coming off of all that? Yeah. That could decide the series I think so definitely could decide series because you're going to need something from Zola Bacher. You gotta remember, you know, when you look at them with how boogie because and by the way. For the not forget to give Andrew bogut props. He only played about six or seven minutes, but hit all three of his shots hit all three of his shots. And spelled four boogie cousins, so to give, because once a looney went down with the collarbone injury, courtesy of koala colliding into while driving to the basket. He certainly had to leave the game. He didn't come back. So it was about bogut. It was about the markets because and you didn't anticipate in a series like this to Golden State would be able to do that. But having a big body that you could put in the post area, whose girth and mass not to mention skill with something so formidable that Toronto would have to deal with suddenly assault. Baca seemed ill equipped to do. Also consider the starting five, they're all like, oh, my God with K D, right? But now just swap K D out for boogie cousins, if Claes healthy, you still have Steph clay, Iggy dream on boogie cousins, like can't do much. Let's look at the skill set, but I'm gonna tell you what. I, I don't think it was so. So much. Just cousin skills, it I thought it was time he played twenty seven minutes. Thirty eight seconds. You could not have planned for that. If you're Nick nurse because he was gone for fourteen games straight in the postseason. He comes back and game one only place. Eight minutes who would've thought that suddenly he starting the next game? And not only is he starting, but he's going to give us twenty eight minutes. Nobody with that so important for him going into a contract. You're by the way, we always anyone with eyes, new boogie cousins was a devastating talent. Right. You could see that not the most athletic do. But his skills were unmatched his size. He was great. The question is could he use them in service of a winner of champion? And last night, what he showed was. Yeah. He was the best player on the floor on a championship team in a pivotal game. And that really is answering critics who had questions, not even answers just questions. Can he do it? The answer last night was the curry Andrey. Mom being a plush toy. Twelve on the floor last night, and Marcus all in thirty one minutes in thirty one minutes at six points, and Bhakkar in seventeen sixteen plus minutes had seven maxim, ask you this who's the MVP so far on the warriors who. I mean yesterday it was boogie cousins and they lost the game before. So can you say boogie can you? I mean, maybe Igwe dollar because he's played both gaming. This last game was hurt. Let me tell you this for me dream on Raimo. I think dream on has been consistent last night. He has seventeen ten and nine similar numbers did a triple double twice in Western Conference finals, obviously damn they had a triple double in both games this series. This dude is playing lights out. The guy is a point four it. He's running off half the time he's defending he's rebounded. He's assisting a couple of sloppy turnovers along the way. But for the most. Right. Not only that his speed and quickness, because he lost twenty three pounds. They can't win. He's got the ball near the top of the key. He's blowing by some of their bigs. They don't wanna come out and get them, but they have no choice because even though he's not. Threat to launch a perimeter shot. He's finding the Oprah perimeter shooters better than anybody. No argument that is the right answer. It's dream on. And consider this. I thought he was the MVP of the Portland series. He dominated the offensive glass. He was great. And now in this series, so far he's probably the MVP of the warriors, consider had it not been for the Cavs winning game seven at oracle dream on would have been the MVP of those finals. That dude is historically. Great. Clutch onto Steph curry had never wanna finals. VP K D one to Iggy. One, one. Thank you so much for coming out to things that, what should the rafters feel Anchorage or dick at this point in the series, the raptors should be encouraged think of these facts, Kawai, shots, not falling? No teammates stepped up. The warriors went on twenty four one run to start the third it was a one possession game at the end of the warriors got lucky that Steph didn't turn it over. Maybe the wrapping all those things to get out of here by the skin of their teeth one one provided, oh, the raptors should be Inger, right? Yeah, that's funny. That's really funny. You know about a blonde y'all should be encouraged because Klay Thompson might not be held. That's about it. As long as Klay Thompson shows up and boogie cousins shows up and Andre Igwe dollar shows up, y'all will be down to one come Wednesday night. What about? What about? Coming back to Toronto to to coming back to Toronto calling it right now. To me. After game three. Let me see how healthy a off. Golden State is healthy.

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ACS (Part 2): Mick Foley and Greg Fitzsimmons

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ACS (Part 2): Mick Foley and Greg Fitzsimmons

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Corolla is unprepared by getting your tickets. Now at Adam Corolla well it fits dog in studio. Of course he's doing live shows all over the country and you can just ending. Check out his podcasts. Hot cast as well fits. Dog Radio and Seville apple podcasts as well Rabhan. I won't say Hubbell but Hugo Hubel Rob hubel coming in Owen. DFDS's coming on tomorrow porn hub. Probably talk about four of fits dog. It's always fertile soil for view. The porn sure Dots what do you WanNa know who. Well I as you know. I hosted the porn awards twice right and when I hosted them in. I can't remember year. It was but it was the twenty fifth anniversary so they had them in. You know they're always in Vegas. They had it at Mandalay Bay seven thousand coked up porn can we throw quotes on star and they're out there and and the and the the guys that run it said to me and they've been running it since day. One they go. Look here's the deal on hosting. You got thirty seconds and if you get them they'll be great and if you don't they will begin talking to each other and it will be as if there's nothing happening in the room except them talking to you so I go up in my opening joke. Was it's GonNa be in town. I think I saw Ron Jeremy at the gas station halfway through filling his tank you pull it out and sprayed it all over the car and they and they bought it and then I started making fun of the there was a bunch of priests that were coming to protest jokes about that so so it went it went really well and then my wife came. Just weird she doesn't come to my gigs but this one she just show up and so we got invited to an orgy up in the penthouse in house. And so we go up and you know my wife's not not going to be in it but she's game for stuff like that so we go up to the PENTHOUSE. And it's it's like she's not gonNA participate but she might like officiate or towels are right. And so people people are milling. There's a there's a priori cocktail hour where people are milling and says it's been announced that it's an orgy. It's been whispered you you were. It's Irish does uh-huh you're invited to and there was a lot of Friday type guys trying to get in Tito Ortiz. Came in with Jenna. Jameson Ron Jeremy comes in and they're all sort of Sniffen each other's asses dogs getting ready and and we'll milling around and then and then this girl takes off her shirt and she's Scott just huge faked. It's don't make them so big that there's veins popping out of the side and the Nipples can't nipples are permanently correct as a bulletins yes and and then she starts to give this guy hand job and then my wife just looked to me and I was like yeah. Let's let's go to Denny's or it was just such a bummer. Just the idea that like Ron. Jeremy was gonna Fox talk somebody and we were going to watch and so we bailed the. It's it's weird because porn is. It's I duNNo. Yeah no it's SORTA like if he ever every once in a while you're on a ride and Disneyland you're going through small world or whatever you get a peek behind something. NBC a piece of Plywood and a Mexican guy with doing some soldering or something like that. You know it's sort of like I always tell everyone don't ever ever see the real batmobile and person you'll be fucking devastated like it looks like a piece of shit you can tell us steering wheel from your mom's station wagon but they cut the top off and wrapped it with electrical tape like it just looks like Shit. I think porn is best to be enjoyed alone in the the comfort and solitude of one's own office getting the peak behind the porn. Harry meant to point you. I went off. God I did go I did. I did go to porn shoot once since as I think it was like a Kevin being thing when I was doing some like Mr Burcham stuff and I went to a porn shoot but it literally really. I was there for like nine hours. Sex scene happened yet eventually. Went Down never even got to see him to it do the deed. But I saw that whole world but the Lou on flats and the sandbags and the dudes walking around cutoffs and it was like. It's not not an attractive curtain. The behind the scenes not attract. Well I told you. I went to a that giant orgeon like an airplane hangar and Riverside and those are words you never want to put together. Yeah no you're just not make the round because some dudes I knew from that kind of that world old couldn't get in without chicks and so me and a couple other you know Kinda Kinda Fun checks in the entertainment industry like Oh go and that was the only way they could get in and they took down your license. I mean they you are on the grid in this place and we went in and the first room look kind kinda like a Bar Mitzvah party like tinsel and stuff hanging in a DJ and like a buffet and then open buffet. It was tough stuff. But then there's all these dungeon rooms and all this stuff but it was interesting because a guy couldn't walk around this hangar alone but a girl all could it what they didn't want like just Predator dudes wandering by themselves. They had to be escorted by girls. I went in every room and it was fascinating fascinating and then upstairs it was like just mattresses and pillows so I went up there by myself and see what was what and all these couples are on different mattresses. And they're all waving get me so I'm just sitting on the mattress waving back but I did not know that was the invitation so I just sat on a mattress all-time waving at everybody securing a porn parade. Yeah yeah hot load two thousand fourteen. Everybody how are the -ality Chizzy -ality thank you got the high school marching band in front of you. So what are you wearing at this point. And what are you supposed to wear. Will you can wear whatever whatever you want. A lot of. Chicks weren't like Mesh Very Lizardo. A lot of those mash body suits all shapes and sizes. And I was in A strapless sundress. Thank you and there was a body painter so I let him do his thing and backup eh back. Expose yourself and get painted. Just the I mean he had to finish it and it was like kind of on my caller bureau painter. He had to get down a look started by spilling some on the canvas. Even it out for the day man but the do remember this was. This was the inland empire. Good what if you're not familiar. So the dudes were boy. Oh boy kind of industry. Yeah Titans they were like wearing button up shirts. No pants socks a lot of the moustachioed just like regular guys like Winnie. The pooh thank you I am. I'm interested in the dudes and like I went to high school with these dudes and I'm curious on everyone's take on this toot their certain dudes all straight guys like sex. But some guys it is a drive for them that just transcends the aesthetic or anything else like I want to put my Dick Somewhere and I had a couple of those friends from high school and and my feeling was you know I have some service static cutoff once it gets below that I'm just going to go home at fucking beat. You might meet these guys were like sex is always better than nothing so whomever whatever it did it just didn't matter and I'm curious like who those guys are how they Dr drew's probably that way. You know some guys just fucking motor in them sexually. It's not like he straighter or gay or buyer. Anything to some guys have a fucking they just spend at a higher rpm. RPM didn't matter. I was always like I gotta find something into otherwise. I'm just going home but others nuts. I I was a numbers this guy. You're a numbers guy. Yeah I really. I've felt exactly like that. I can be alone in my bed tonight or I can be and it wasn't just the sex. I like being in bed with a woman. You know snuggling up holding anwer any any prostitution now. Yeah I always felt. That was weird too now. I mean there was a lot of. I live alright anywhere on the prostitutes were when I lived in New York. My first apartment was on twenty fifth and ninth and they used to they line up there because that's where guys would drive to get on the west side highway to go back to Jersey. What's the hell's kitchen sort of cut off right there? Yeah and it was like and it was like these girls would be out there literally. g-strings in a Bra like well did did the cops are they not patrolling it all and they would. They we get into this whole street was lined with condoms. And I was just so grossed out by that I was like God how. That's when you're diseased right. The at does take like turn for the macab. I've I don't know why was thinking about the priests of the father's coming coming to the porn awards to protest and I was thinking get like I was kind of way when they do the we're going to. We got to set a lab rats. One of them were going to test the effects of sleep deprivation and other ones. WE'RE GONNA test cocaine gain on and I'd like to be in the one group and not in the other group. It's gotta be a little suspicious when they're saying like Father Flanagan like. Hey we're GONNA go down the abortion concentre. Knock yourself out. got hold down the Fort Orange. You'RE GONNA come with no tend to gone. OUGHTA had long that last time. We went down to the abortion. Yeah go ahead. I'll catch up but it's like he's got the car running all right Abyan there in town. We gotta get out there much forehead when I you know I love ask. We're doing the remember when the the abortion clinic. Yeah no that was then. This is now valid. Priests Cloak has velcro on air away. Their wagon running out the park house up. We're we're gonNA MISS fitzsimmons monologue. I mean those people are going to hell. That's what that's what I meant this before they get pregnant. They're not going to need need an abortion. Yeah all right now let me just swing by the AM PM. Get some water. Soluble leaving some guy supposed to boards because we gotta make some signs yeah. The super selective religious person protests fucking abortion. A you could get shot or something something to be. It's a fucking bummer. Definitely not going not going to go hassle and the port awards. That's fuck it software. I've ever seen one. Yeah we and the the other the other time I went Jessie Jane Jesse James Duh she was my co host and afterwards there was a party back in her place place and my wife wasn't with me this time and so she goes watch you come back and go to the Party and I'm like all right. This is a slippery slope probably. I probably shouldn't go to this but I'll go for a little while while so I go in and it's a it's a it's a sweet and there's a bunch of Porrini looking people and they're all smiling and staring into space and and And then he goes. Hey this sucrets ten right there once you grab some ecstasy roll. Roll taking ecstasy. So I was like You you know me Adam sober yeah sadly sober and so I go. No I'm good and he goes now I do and he kept pressuring me so I finally just was like I think I'll go and then he He grabbed me. He was her husband husband. Managers sure sure. That's consensual and he was a basketball player for UCLA. So Small Dick Gotcha so he holds me down and shoves very similar what you try to do with Eh shoves word hero that often but God and he's shoving and there's a moment of it I was like I'm in sweet with Porn Stars and they're shoving axiom about how many guys we trade out this right now and and so. I went to the bathroom and spit it out. And I and I left over to no happy endings. Over to number fits dog at porn parties. Now you gotTa Talk to Norton Jim Norton if you want good endings to his point. He hosts the porn awards. And he did it. He did a train with Ron Jeremy. Right yeah I Jim Norton Tales like some of the most vile disgusting porn lace stories ever and when I was at the Borgata in Atlantic Atlantic city I just Leno was performing like the the big got up stairs. I was at the thousand seater. He's at the two thousand five hundred seater and he famously called me like the day before and he's being Atlantic city and I was like. Yeah you can't. You're right right back. I didn't catch a ride to the airport or something. But he's flying privately back to La that night. And I'm like fuck. Yeah Fuck Yam going so I I kinda. He doesn't go to his room. He doesn't go up to his room at the Borgata He goes from the airport. The private airport to the Borgata in the back door to his dressing room changes or something thing in his dressing room and then just walks out on stage and then gets back out. Goats airport goes home after your own city. I know well two things like so so I was there with like August. You know and I don't know if Mike Lynch or something but I was like. Hey fellas call to have fun on the southwest flight with the layover in Phoenix tomorrow. Hour and a half drive to Philly do about five thirty in the morning should get going along. Tsa and Mike is like you. Think Leno's got room on the plane for me like I don't know and sometimes you fly private. It's ten seats and there's four people on it and then sometimes it's fall and so mike like I go. I'll just go in there. And just ask him and I just went in there and I'm like you know I'm traveling with somebody but you know as a cool who'll pressure but if there's an open seat would that be cool and he's like saying two planes on a full up and I I went back like fuck you Mike. You're not going then. I was convinced the plane was gonNA crash after that. Because that's the story. Mike is Light after that right so I walked into. I walked into to Leno's dressing room and Jim Norton's parents were Bo sitting there. Like a nice seventy three and a half year old couple apple just still married the end of the woman look like a schoolteacher and he looked dad look like an old timey pharmacists. There's something and James Jim. Munson Parents Tan turn the combined. Set up say hi. Hi How you doing. I'm thinking about all the fucking spunk. Drunk is laid ladened. Horrible Hooker Anal. Yes stories transects all the stores. Your son is old. Everyone like hi nice to meet you good to meet you. It sounds like how old Jim Norton's parents they must this a while ago ten years ago but they they were together and they were you know seventy five years old and like a nice couple like. I don't know you think they ever saw the act. I don't know what crates Jim Norton what we'll never creates well. I guess I did yeah. He's also the sweetest most generous polite night yet. I think there's some dark part of That book called Happy Endings. That like I'm sure his parents read. I mean it's dad was a former marine. Mom's a librarian All American couple after after his dad left the marines he worked as a driver for the. US Postal Service. That's exactly who I was talking to and been married for fifty one years and then I'm just thinking about all the weird scat shit that's going through my head. Son Shouted Nice scalpels couple. That's all I don't know. It's like a weird seeing Leno sitting there and Dan like eating cash. GM Nunes Pants. I I don't think he was familiar with Jim's act or say maybe sometimes people like Patti. Smith's mother sits in the front row of Oliver Shows. Well she I'd like to be on heroin really really. Yeah Yeah Patti Smith Singer. Yeah she's alive. Sure all right let me hit the simply. Save Real quick. Shouldn't feel unsafe at home period and that's why there is simply safe. Protect your home. Get free shipping at simplisafe Dave Dot com slash. All right. Let's take a quick break. We'll come back and do the news with Pittsburgh right after you in Chino grab break. We'll all those crazy trump tweets for gene grant troubled Gene gene the news with Gina Grad Fox News reports. That disgraced attorney. Michael Avenue is having a hard time during the conditions at a New York Federal Jail L.. It's the same one that has Jeffrey Epstein until his death and is reportedly staying in the same unit that once housed El Chapo The details Volvo nowadays housing conditions were revealed in a letter filed by attorneys late Monday or they asked the District Court judge to consider moving him to metropolitan correctional centres general pop it. It states that the temperature feels like it's in the mid forties. He needs three blankets to sleep. I love that. Everyone's like this. Prison Socks Dan The fucking sinks. Attach your toilet. This Carreira remarkable. We're towel bar. That's heated towel heated. What can we get some hot guys in here? My roommate has done a sit up in ten years. Fuck living in a cage blows ass. This is quite the popular prison. Because then the notorious lockup his regard for having some of the tightest security measures in the world. It's how some of the world's most infamous criminals like John Gotti El Chapo the blind sheikh when nine hundred ninety three World Trade Center bombing worship wrestler ever minded venue and literally couldn't find and Bernie madoff office wanders around. The ring wasn't even there in the parking lot at the. You know what I do every fucking prison guard from this day Dave forward if I am because my whole thing as a prison guard. It's like you know. Silence getting silence of the lambs. You know the cup a hot Jisr or spit on. It's not rocket or fecal matter what I'd hate all that shit every single person that just came in my ward. Just go that Jeffrey obscene scene thing. He did not fuck and hang out. We did that we did that. And it's so doable. It's so doable. Like everyone cared about that guy and we still fucking figured it out. You are fucking nobody so you start slinging the gist of the Snot rockets. Your fucking ended up just like him and you'll have no doctor pot and looking into it you'll be another fucking loser gone. We can do anything we want. We'll make it all look like an accident. It's fucking nothing we can you can do about it so just keep your fucking snot gs yourself welcomed. The Leavenworth Welcome to eleven work. Well with a four part Hulu series. Hillary is set to premiere at Sundance dance soon. According to the Hollywood reporter. That's where Hillary Clinton opens up about Monica Lewinsky about her marriage about whether a woman can win the presidency and her not so warm and and fuzzy feelings about Bernie Sanders. So she's apparently quite candid about the Bernie things. She says nobody likes him and she declined to say whether she'd endorsed him or not. Clinton says in the film according to the Hollywood reporter quote he was in Congress for years he had one senator support him. Nobody likes him. Nobody wants to work for him. He got nothing done and he was a career politician. It's all Baloney and I feel so bad for the people that got sucked into it. More likable seems like the fastest path to the Oval Office. These a lot of people rogue hillary being open and honest and forthcoming really revealing that. She's out of politics like who's good honesty and openness going to benefit you for years ago now. She's has a grudge. She has thanks fourth grade. Nobody likes him. Yeah well also the first off. I know it's a new world order but like the speaking of Bernie like I like Elizabeth Warren like we had a private dinner and he said like that's a dinner. You guys are talking. I don't think he said a woman couldn't be president. But don't be fucking ratting people out over stations. You're you're having and and then also Bernie was the guy who when they were like. Hey what about the hillary emails he's like. I don't WanNa hear enough with emails already. So fuck you very much yellow alert like this is the guy went. Look there's this thing and I could use it as a weapon to try to see if I could beat you down with it but you know what I just went fuck it. Let's talk about about the issues right so now well. He does more recently in comments since her lost to trump Clinton has blamed sanders for damaging her campaign. So I think this is kind of where we're at with new endorser when she ran oh after she got the nomination now. His camp is declining to comment comment on her remarks. So he's still be burning jack him the. DNC tried to fuck. Why why would he endorse the person person that sorta the tip of the sphere of fucking him and then he already? Did the you know. Forget about the emails. I don't know I just thought it was weird when he called her Kant at lunch. Yeah lunch All right so it didn't get a lot of traction now because it's Bernie and just nobody believes it right now. I don't does. I think the new world order is doesn't matter who you are you have to be authentic even if you're offensive selfish trump you still have to be authentic. We have to think you're authentic the Bernie's Bernie's the Hillary Clinton just she lost. She didn't feel right. We just went on Saturday at the end of the day. It's my it's my it's my Lance Bass theorem. which is we don't need to know he's gay for any other reason other than we think? Think he's gay and he keeps saying he's not he's not gay not anymore once he said I'm gay everyone I know and then we left them alone. Is that thing where you know that that thing when you get in that Little Sports Bets statistic with your body or something at some point you just look it up like yeah like we just want whoever's whoever's real and if you think about it I'm trying to think but I feel like the authentic people are hanging around longer than I- Kamala Harris felt very cook command. Everything she did with some sort of fake laugh laugh and let me get on the right side of this episode or this this this topic I was a prosecutor. But what are we doing now. Oh No we're going to let the brothers others out of the prison and the ones I put in the prison chief. She's trying to figure out what everyone wanted. That's what she was giving them. And you know the Bernie's in the Yankees in the world jets. These are authentic characters are not Hillary Clinton at all you know who else is authentic. Just because I've been I've I've been interested interested in her for a million years and it's just funny that she's now more people know who she hasn't think she's insane. Yeah Marianne Williamson is aw. Aw Oh man she's authentically whatever you see her as that she she's always done these. AH CALL THEM SERMONS I guess speeches At the theater and I used to go to them like ten years ago and she would just. Oh Yeah I've known her for a million years and she's very learned did she. Very smart I feel like she'd be if she was a president like someone would be like Korea's launched new. What should we do and she'd be like let me check my biorhythms rhythm wheel? Consult with my cat totally will figure out what to do. Based on that information. Sure and it's very easy to paint her in that light but I got incresed threat. She is very smart and she's very very good at you. Know in that Oprah way she's very good at relating to people she teaches. This book called a course in miracles else. And she's Jewish but she talks a lot about Jesus just because that's something that most people can relate closed the hotter mil slash Gill. Okay her Emmylou me. Lou Harris Oh that is a photo finish very handsome women both well yes god God great bones bones on both both of them and and they carry themselves well. So what what. I don't like people with good posture. So she's like you know that we were upwards six minutes into a serious political. That's all we could do your bones but going to hear her speak and going to hear and she ran for Congress one year. She's very very smart but her messages. So unreliable to the public of you know aggressive love of and even for me who kind of sit with my arms folded. I enjoyed going to see her. Thank you I liked hearing that kind of stuff and I liked seeing. What kind of people that attracted and she's not nuts? She's very smart but she's not for this competition. I don't think anyone's going to give her any slack. No I'm AH SORTA interested in her and sort of thought she was interesting at least in my world. I'll I'll take her over. Kamala Harris like any day of the week. Al Kamal is a completely cooked in sort of created in the lab. And you can't hold that boulder up forever that that fake personality and people aren't buying it anymore more We'll speak in a witch prince. Harry boarded a commercial flight a British Airways plane and jetted to Canada. Monday night to start his new life with Meghan. Markle away from the family. the Paparazzi waited for him on the Vancouver Tarmac. He carried his own luggage. Did have a couple of bodyguards but he was looking like a regular dude. WHO's goes right? In hindsight the British tabloids realize the Royal Family Fisher would-be permanent when in November Meghan transported all her pets to Canada. Usually usually the pet. Stay behind Meanwhile tabloids are still following Harry and Meghan as they've identified my Megan's hiking trails that she likes to go on also thanks to the tabloids. Passengers passengers now can keep an eye out for Harry and Meghan on the nonstop British Airways flight eighty five and eighty four. That's the one that goes from London Vancouver and the new life the witness this protection program is is starting yeah. I was talking to Jim Jefferies about her being in the being being in the royal family and I think he was. We're having a laugh because he was talking about sort of London tabloid press like sort of code for ratio's like she's going to bring a lot of energy to their she's going up like the. MLB mobile quarterback quarterback quarterback. She's going to mix it up or whatever they they're really saying a half black person's now entered right this gates and they call it when they call black doc politician eloquent. Yes spoken five. See we can find what they call it. It's making me make me laugh. And then there was there was. I don't remember who did it. But they compared headlines for Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle for the the Daily Mail they were very different. Yes she's going to mix it up. Yeah you you know. But really what they're saying is she's half black she's GonNa mix race it up her dad boy he seems like a piece of work. Yeah Yeah I saw him interviewed a little bit. It's it's awesome said it's the royal family is now Walmart with a crown. Yeah I feel like what his daughter I I don't I don't know but it just look we're over here. We're we're tearing down monuments and statues is and wondering if things should be named you know. Let's try like Coal Columbus. You know high school or something. They've got to change the name. George Washington it's got to be changed at George Washington carver high school now. And all this Kinda Shit how long before they turn on that whole world old old royal world like they're pretty woke over there there little bit. I think they're a little bit. More woke than we are a little bit ahead of us. In the woke department origines people Europe White Europeans are kind of pretty pretty woke and Canada's a little more woke than than we are in terms of are there policies a little more progressive than we are. I don't know. Is that thing going to be around in one hundred years just feel vessel that you think will they don't really have any power are but then why are you paying for them. I read the to cost the British people. One dollar per person per year to have the royal family is that all. That's worth a buck. Oh Oh I didn't know that was all you really don circus fall apart. I'm with it I mean I like the idea that there's a castle and a royal monarchy came whatever but I'm saying is this the tug on the piece of yarn on the sweater that just starts the slow well I'm Prince Andrew with the Epstein He. That didn't help. You know what I think the major turning things going to be when Queen Elizabeth Dies Right. She's the beacon that we're all familiar with. Are we gonNA care after that ninety six up. I mean literally. She shouldn't be alive seventeen months from now g good bounds. Good gee-gee oh Jesus all right. Let's do one more gene all right. Well Joaquin Phoenix skipped the SAG award board after parties with Hollywood allister's to spend some time with pigs the star who had just won best leading man of Sunday night left the event and headed to the farmer. John Cloud repacking company where he joined protesters to comfort. Pigs heading to the slaughterhouse in a video shared on facebook and I think we do have a picture. Sure Phoenix told of lager that most people don't really know of the torture and murder in the meat and dairy industry. I've seen it for what it is. I have to be there twice a week. Activist Davis show up at the packing company with Hudson sprayers. Yeah I'm going to tell you what those are. Posers Hudson Sprayer. They're called pig vigils with where they're at and I couldn't figure out what was in there and what's going on there so a Hudson sprayer is the difference between a windex. We lease bottles like squeeze this one. You pump it you know whatever your insecticide or whatever in their pump at ten times and it'll it'll spray for awhile Hudson sprayers so guess what what would they be spring. So sad on pigs are mustard. Well Yeah I'm here. Barbecue brings something with the Hudson Sprayer. And they're holding it over their head like a sedating agent or something that you know it's water. It's it's their last moment on this mortal coil and their their hot or dehydrated or whatever the way they're being shuffled into the plant and they're spraying them giving them some water on their way in and I was. I've never been taken to a slaughterhouse but moments before him butchered. I don't I've never felt better. You know what I'm GonNa they do tomorrow. I'm going kayaking. What do you think you're going to do tomorrow? I was kind of out of it. Dehydrate drowsy and a little disoriented. But now I've never never felt more alive with the sound of what's that guy deal with that Bolt John. Hey I see that no country for old man. What what's Harvey Bar Dam doing feeling unrefreshing tonight as young? Say we do fondue tonight. Let's live. Yeah thanks Salat Pop. Yeah Hudson sprayers authentic. What strikes me ver- for better for US wherever he's into he's very authentic? He was on sixty minutes last week. Can he came off remember when he was when he was doing that. Doc what was it. I'm not hearing that. And he was on Letterman and he was so weird it was so awkward and horrible at the very end. Letterman says well Joaquin. We wish you could have been here tonight. Such an awkward interview. Oh Jesse small lead at all of us but pulled it off. Yeah that's right smart. He really knows what he's up. That's right but it's it's not just pig vigils by the way he also also reportedly convinced the Hollywood foreign press to serve an all Vegan menu at the Golden Globes and a day after he was arrested at Jane Fonda Fire Fire drill Friday climate change. Protest these outside Gary Gary Gary. That's right Oh the big brown. The paper bag we'll porn sick like on one in one way. He's an artist in this can be performance art like this. This can be an interesting sort of sociological experiment that he sort of conducting with us and on us. I'm not saying he is but this art ars said that year reacted crazy was very much a it was a project. Yeah he wanted to do a it was A. It was an anti celebrity kind of an experiment. Yeah and he said it went wrong he goes. It wasn't a success. And they go. What did you learn from it? He was like I learn how to suck up. Ah Ha he was funny about it so in that vein. WHO's Nuttier Shiloh? Buff or Joaquin Phoenix. I feel like shy. Feel like Cheyenne. I is the Joaquin Phoenix with a little bit of pharmaceuticals. When you take walking and you you enter enter pass salts or whatever then you get yeah I I think you see if you're totally sober for pound and you're just eccentric trick weird like whatever it is you start sprinkling drugs on eccentric and now you got something else you get something else you see? That movie was sugar boy signed. It was good I liked it quite a bit about his life. He grew up. He grew the crazy father and he wrote the movie and played at the movie and wrote it while in a mental institution during a nervous breakdown. Yeah it's very good. It's not for everyone it's different but it's a good movie. Yeah Yeah I mean I saw him I I in the battle of Shakar. Hi Who's a little kid. That was one of the project greenlight. Yeah which never good movie. How many Max van? I'll buy a couple of seconds. But how many project greenlight movies did they make. I know they did at least two. Maybe three three and I saw I think I think all of us say the rotten tomatoes scores and average of thirty seven generous. It's really it's insane. It's two guys who have an academy award for her writing and framed actors and they sift through hundreds and hundreds of script finally assemble the one and the the All star lineup and the budget and everything and they can't get above forty percent on rotten tomatoes. Like that's how fucking hard. It is to make a good movie. 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Hour 4: 5/15/19

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Hour 4: 5/15/19

"The Paul finebaum show podcast is brought to you by Capital, One capital. One is reimagining banking offering account with no fees, or minimums, that can be opened in five minutes, Capital, One. What's in your wallet Capital, One NA member? FDIC. But fried passion than pageantry of college football leaves here, the is the Paul finebaum show, our four podcast. We're back in one more hour to go and we're glad you're with us here and more phone calls. It's really been a fun show. Chatting with Vince Dooley was really one of the highlights of the of the month. He's being honored with the field at Sanford stadium being named after him. We talked to coach earlier so time for you to get in at eight five five to four to seven to eight five. How about Brett up next? Hey, brad. Good afternoon. This is a watcher showed for very long time. And I was wondering he think, Alabama will win the SEC again. Will bread. I do appreciate you, you, you watching and listening for such a long time. How long you've been watching and listening. I've been listening for bell four minutes. And I've been four years and it's been a pretty good while this. I'm a first Perm caller. We'll, we'll Brett, I'm glad you're yeah, I think Alabama's in a real good spot. Probably the easiest schedule Alabama's ever had that I can remember they do have to go to Auburn. They have LSU at home. Am is a road game beyond that. Not a lot on the schedule. Hey, thanks for your call back. I really good to hear from you. Let's talk to Johnny up next Johnny good afternoon. Good afternoon. First time caller, go a long time you'll ever announcer. Thank you very much to questions. And I'll let you do to calm in. Okay. What do you think you'll be at this year and football, and we'll they make the top twenty five again this year? Now, let you do talk, thank you very much. I think the answer the second part is, yes, I think, in techies going to have another good year. I realize they lost Benny Snell and Josh Allen and others. But I, I think they have CHAI shot it. Maybe getting eight or nine wins again, which I think would be really good may maybe more. I mean, the schedule is pretty manageable. Thank you. Thanks for the call. Loyd is up next. Good afternoon, Lloyd. How are you? Hello poll. Good talk with you. This is a first time caller again. Thank you knew my cousin hurry, fill pump. Oh my goodness. That is, that's quite a quite a name from the past. Well, I'm from the pass semi one. Auburn grad designed. Catastrophe system and mapping in investor designed, but the thing I'm warning you to speak about. Looking at the mapping software mapping in general, and growing north south one through say, Nashville and Vanderbilt the best, I can figure is all been his own east in Missouri is on the west and could you tell me why the SEC management can't quite figure that out and I will hang up. Well, thank you. Yeah. By the way, you don't need mapping or. For GPS to figure that out. I, I think it's a good question and I think it's one that Auburn fans of asked for a long time. I don't think anyone really likes the fact that Missouri is in the east, it's geographically out of place. The, the issue then becomes how do you change it? Scheduling is complex crossover games are important. And if you move Auburn to the east, which makes modicum of sense then what happens does Auburn play Alabama every year. And if they do, then what happens to Alabama and Tennessee, now I would imagine Tennessee fans would probably be okay right now with losing that game, there are other complications as well, but that seems to be the one, I hear a lot, I think it will continue to come up. And I think at some point there will. An accommodation. I think it's, you know, it's, it's it doesn't make a lot of sense, but it is worth remembering though, that Missouri and AM came into the league at the same time, and it did it disrupted the scheduling quite a bit. But it's worth pursuing that again, I appreciate your call. Thank you very, very much. Nelson is up next in North Carolina. Helen nelson. How do you think about Florida's Kansas, and that you see, I think you're good to? Make a run at maybe second place, but I I do not see Georgia being supplanted right now by the Gators on. Well, I just think that Georgia is way ahead of Florida from a recruiting base standpoint, I think from quarterback standpoint, I would take Jake from over flea pay Franks. I think the offensive line at Georgia based on all the experts say is generational. And I think that they will come but I don't think it's going to be this year. I just think the two teams are on a different plane right now. All right. Thank you. Thank you. I mean I, I don't know. I mean. Why anyone would be surprised by what I just got her saying staple said at a couple of minutes ago. But the, the gentleman there seemed like I was. Giving him some really bad news. Barney is up next in New York. Hey barney. Thank you for taking my call. I thought it was appropriate. If we could talk about cross your screeners weren't interested in talking about that. And if you don't wanna talk about about hang up. No. I will. I may I may end up doing more listening than talking. We know this is the height of the college and high school across season. Yeah. No, it's great sport. And it was a nice article in the times about it last week. Yeah. I read that listen. I, I have friends who have played lacrosse, it's a it's a it's a phenomenal sport. I, I will tell you, though, that I know virtually nothing about it, though. So did I came on late? Okay. Didn't pay. I didn't play but I have grandchildren. They play okay? And I got involved in that I'm an old man now and it's really an interesting game. And I think it would suit in well to a lot of the areas in Alabama and Georgia. They have good players. And not a lot to do during this time that aren't baseball players, and I, maybe some time on your show, you'll bring a couple of experts at talk about it because it's a really good sport for men and women. And it's at require skill. It was choirs at agility, and a lot of things that goes along with the other sports that people are familiar with, and I think that you could be defied piper. If you wanted to listen to what am I close friends was was a, a really good lacrosse player in college? And I have other friends who played it. And have you seen any games recently, I go game two things? I'll say ballot growth. And then I'll go no number one, good coaches give you good teams, bad coaches, regardless of your abilities and won't give you a good. Course. It's a coaching sport. Unlike some of the other sports, we talk about if you talented and your big, and your fat, you'll play good, whatever you do not in this, not an across the. You have to have coaching and know how to play the game. And number two, it's the one sport. I've been around in we're kids actually liked to go to practice. Interesting. So I'll let you go. But. I mean, what I know I heard about lacrosse for when people mentioned, the great Jim Brown because he was he was on TV, you know, look bad. Yeah. No, I saw that it was at the draft. You know it was sad. I mean, but you have to be realistic Barney. I mean this, you know, he's being Jim Brown is arguably one of the greatest football players of all time. Terrific. Maybe the best he was also. I, I always heard better lacrosse player though. Well, you know, in those days, I think, you know, they're five four or five across teams in the country. Johns hopkins. Syracuse what have you. Now, one of the best teams in the country is Loyola Maryland. Really, it it transcends all, you don't have to be a big school. You can be a small school. If you've got good coaching and you got good. And you can get the players that come in. That's why I think it would be terrific in the south. We'll. Man. I'm gonna pursue this. I did read the article briefly last week. I'm going to go back and read it tonight. And I, I am going to make a vow. To learn more about lacrosse, this book out called crow lacrosse for dummies. Okay. Yeah, I have I have a library of those books and in any event what they talk about in there. You don't confuse box lacrosse in Canada with across in this country. Okay. And it's a little different and women's lacrosse is a little different also. But it's still still vigorous sport. Terrific athletes. And really, it's the closest thing I know to it family wise. If you go to the racetrack and you see the families come in for racing and what have you, they do that, for lacrosse, though, family will come there and watch game. They'll travel they'll travel miles, I have a grandson who we live outside of New York. And they traveled to Philadelphia play games. You know, it's really interesting. So see what you think about it. We'll do Barney. Thank you enjoyed the conversation. Have a good day. Good day to you. We are going to take a short break. More on the lacrosse network after this to listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Glad you're with us. You could still call us if you'd like or we'll call you at eight five five to four to seven to eight five, bud is in Tennessee. Hello, bud. How you doing today? Quite well. Thank you very much time. Caller by Ben longtime base, there from the first time we've got a common denominator. Thank you know, Mr. MAC, how a shoot I sure do one of the all-time legendary broadcasters. I've done quite a few radio show, Maxine Bente longtime, buddy max, not only great caster, but a great friend. And I'm mishearing max van you to do. I miss you'll really love your show now. But, you know, we'll conference colonies, they will go at least to that, man. The gator man, we used to have a lot of. No, we should do a tribute show one day 'cause I'm telling you the guys like max how and, and Tim Brando who, who we knew have on. I mean, they, they, they set the template for what we do here every day, what I will out bats is now you might have said, they may be millennial that will play Alabama. Your vessel peak. We will he don't mind what they got. What we got we won't play Alabama. We'd like play over if you're too. Oh, yeah. Cows. No SEC football Tennessee, Alabama, is the album that some babe AG realize, I mean, I, I mean, you and I realize it, but when I was in school at Tennessee, the two biggest games of the year were Alabama. And Auburn was the second biggest game as I still member a seventeen ten game. Double block poet bike safety to wouldn't it. And then because Auburn Auburn Tennessee was the first conference game of the year. And it was it was it was it was huge. And then the I'll let you know, I've done my part, if I had a son born in eighty two we'd beat Alabama four times, I wrote, and then I had a son board in ninety five we beat Alabama September. I can't respond to Lebanon Alabama win. You'd better have another son. Well, I'm doing all I can. Every can't him. But as rich. No, we don't ever it don't matter. You know they beat number one. We have big duty is coked. And we still play out Miami, because we don't have book and I'm ready owned land pick. You're in Tennessee. I mean, the nickname of the state is volunteers volunteers, and we don't line up. Look, if we went down on twenty thousand Matthews didn't take between the three men, Tennessee and a hundred and eighty six Tober thou-, and you'll take near that many beat Alabama and I will say, one thing, full co everybody say, trafficky goose longtime friend of mine. The class act was gel clip. Prepatory Goud everyday. Thank you very much by the we, we will do that great to hear from you. And I'm an is up next they good. If new false thanks for taking the call. Thank you. I'm in, I don't have a whole lot to add to the recrossed thing you were talking about bullfighting in fund that interesting because both I didn't we you know grow up. I've seen it on TV and used to be on wild war sports. And, you know, some of the movies, and that kind of thing, but I found myself in Boca wife or not for about ten days back middle eighties. And so we're doing all tours ran poker. You have been I have not this is a great place. And you know, the cliff diving that is a small little spot. And it's, it's, it's impressive watching the guys dive because there's no water than the ways come in as full and they're jumping, and there's no water. But anyhow, so we go into booth. You know, we're good to the bullfighting ring in the guide was telling us all these bulls are actually in solitary confinement for like a day and a half two days. And when they release them into the ring, this is the first daylight had seen in these bulls are close to having a stroke. So that's why they do the little flag things they're bleeding them. So they lowered the book pressure. And so they don't die because otherwise they would die right there. Then there's the wolf bite me. And so then they do thing with the sword. You know where the matador does sword the could be the tricky part because you gotta get it just right to go in there to kill the Bill instantly in sometimes these guys don't do it. So this little bit of the behind the scenes things that that, you know, it kind of took the interest out of it. And we sat there watched, I don't know fifteen or twenty of them and, you know, the crowds cheer and all that kind of stuff. And it's kind of cool. But when you see behind the curtains, did, you know, after while it was just kind of really where's the challenge in that? I guess the challenge is keeping the bull alive till you can kill him. Yeah. Listen. I, I don't know. I'm, I'm I, I know people that have been to these things, and I don't wanna go. Yeah. It's, it's different. You know it. I don't want to say I enjoyed it. I it was interesting, but after about hour and a half of it's kind of disgusting in other, if you lived in the days of the Roman empire, would you go to the Coliseum and watch gladiator fights? Well, that's what you would do. I guess, I guess, and the I feel like at this point, I'm don't you think this show is the closest thing you, you can get to gladiator fights. Well, that's what it is complete with instant replay, whether it's right or wrong. Yeah, you know, back in those days you get hit with earned ball with spikes on you got hit with iron ball with spikes, on it. And I don't care if there's a penalty or nuts. You still got hit with iron ball with spikes. That's the way this mystery. And you know it's kinda got that twins today just like it did last week and you know what Paul I forgive you. I didn't cuss you our screen going Twitter quit, and you're not just came back from coup. Man, I thought about that because I think we had a episode. Owed the other day. But you we both have moved on moved on I come back with the bullfighting story and say, you know what I bet there's not five people, there in that story out of millions and millions of people in five more says, listen to the show as always a war eagle, and, you know, when I find it interesting, everybody's going to suck. Nobody's going to have good seasons. Sipped Alabama, Georgia. I think about that. The bullfighting story just about killed me. Randy is up next in Florida. Hello. Randy APL doing. We're doing great. Thank you. Your track. I've always be like. Yes. You see the dog and the four four hundred out of the guy, the guy that does the, the guy the dove. Over the line was three. Yeah. He was started out through seconds behind. I didn't know you could do that you when he handled the tall off to three seconds behind the leader. Taught him. Indeedy rookie. They in a new young center somewhere. Yeah. No, I had seen it a few times. I I it was it was quick thinking, I'll give him credit. I wonder what his wonder what his knees are like, though today? The high school kids and says that resort I think he's doing. Okay. All he needs to coach of this. Richmond flowers, you better believe it. Adkison one on. Yeah. On. He's down there. I stayed with into vertical. Did you really? Richmond. I got I got to know him and his dad famous story in one of the all-time great athletes, he went to Tennessee from from Alabama. But this has to work. Yeah. I did very, very, very famous stories as his dad was the attorney general in Alabama, took on the governor and it turned into quite a story. Oh, yeah. He was a great man. How Griffin does you know, he I, I have not seen him in a while. I know is no, you had a son that played ball to I, I used to run into him in Birmingham. But yeah I mean he talked to him quite a few times about the past, but I, I have not seen him in a while though. So I met you. He was great. I best athletes, come up king. Now he was and. Job in college football. He did. Yep. Hey, thank you very much for the call. That was interesting. I really was great to hear from you. We are going to take a break. We still have thirty minutes to go on the show, even though you probably suspected, I'm in was trying to kill it with that bullfighting story. More of your calls when we come back. Listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. That final thirty minutes. Great to have you here and. Bill is up next in Florida. Hello, bill. Thank you to the call. Good afternoon ball. Gator fan today. I was born. Thank you did. And that's a long time about fifty five years, so anybody's been gator fan for fifty five years has known some suffering. I remember nineteen seventy nine we went, oh, ten and one. Also remember when each player came along and changed the whole culture in Gainsville. We went on a pretty good twenty six year run there we were about as good as anybody in the country, and we've been pretty rough sent. So it amazes me to hear these gator fans complained all the time. I don't know how we got Saddam on spoiled, but we sure did heck they booed Steve Spurrier out of Gainesville. That's pretty amazing. So Donald is wine and crying and going on. It just it's just insane to me. I mean four to fans at the most spoil rotten fans in the country and I will never know why also the team that we're seeing this year. The one that had last year was pretty good. Surprisingly and now. Now this year. Everybody thinks we're gonna take on Georgia and Alabama. Well, I gotta tell you ain't going to be like that, that offense of line is gonna struggle, the needy real football fan knows the team starts with the offensive line, and we're going to struggle there, we got a good story five but beyond that, it's going to be pretty rough anybody gets beat up and we're going to struggle, so I would tell all gator fans to bite your tongue, let the team that's actions speak for their actions on the field and just shut up and enjoy any success that we do have tell ahead Paul. Thank you very much, Bill. Thank you. Very interesting call there to say the least. How about Matthew who's also in Florida, Matthew. Thank you. Good afternoon. Hey, how you doing today? I'm well, thanks. Thanks a lot for calling. Yes, sir. I was wondering what do you think about Dan Enos on Miami? Do you think is gonna be enough to turn around the offense or line? Or what do you think? I think he I listen I'm I'm really high on him. I thought that was a loss for Alabama when he left, he would have been he would have been the offense coordinator, most people believe I think Miami is, is I don't want to say they're coming back to year and a half ago there, they'd already come back after beating Notre Dame. But I, I think they're in good shape. I, I would not predict them the win that opening game. But I I do think they'll have a good season. Awesome. Thank you very much. Thank you. Really? Good to hear from you. Joe is up next in red bay Alabama. Afternoon balls. And thank you for taking my call Joe great. That was that was, you've had a couple of interesting calls, they, you know, especially when I mean, came in, and they started talking about Naqab Boko, the cliff divers at first, I was going to say he was one of the divers, which I would say good money to does that. Yeah. Me too that up. But, but the Florida fan just called in. I would really love to hear jail from up in Ohio to make a comment like that. Because all he wants to do, just called in and put down the SEC and most Ohio State fans is pretty good. But there's always one bad apple to never crowd. But I won't twist football. You don't talk about some common things. And I think if he sees looking pretty good because there's no other conference it really has two teams like Alabama and Georgia. That's you know at the top of their game pretty much every year. And now, I think you're gonna throw Texas. They him in the mix, which is going to be interesting. And one quick quick, and I would like to ask you. Between Gus malzahn and cocoa down LSU, which one of those, you think is more on the hot safe and the other. Because if LSU you think they're just happy with, you know losing the Bama, and being competitive with all the other games. And that's fine with coach. Oh there or you know, which auburn's losing more games. And so I you know, I don't know which one, you may think, well, let me ask you this way. I think right. I think this year Gus malzahn is on a much hotter seat than than coach. Oh, I think coach. Oh for the time being and I, I qualify. That is in good shape. He's coming off of a huge year where he shattered expectations. And the belief is that he has a top ten team coming back where in mala Zahn, the schedule is, is just withering. And I, I don't think without a established quarterback. They can they can win nine or ten games like fans, expect them. To do. Well, I agree with you there. And you know as far as like all burn, Alabama Joe was basically Alabama and Georgia. I mean if you had to go back to like if you took the starter starting quarterback out, you had to go there back up. Do you think either one of those teams can keep up the high density level that they're, they're in the company to have? Well, I think it would be I think it would be difficult Joe. But I think you know, the, the questions both those schools have have a starting quarterback. Auburn doesn't. Yeah. And yeah, let me ask you a question, though. Everyone wants to talk about quarterbacks but what happens now? At alabama. If two of goes down. Well, that's a good question. I mean, when, you know, of course, Matt Jones, he does have a little bit of experience but ready behind him. There's no border back. That's got any, you know game he, you know, he has scan experience, but he's never really had the by the way, he may be capable. He may not be. Thank you for the call Joe. Good to have you on. Let's check out Lawrence in Virginia here on a Wednesday afternoon. Hello, Lawrence Lopo. How are you doing? I'm quite well. Thank you. Got the perfect solution for move at all room to the east in Missouri to the west. Okay. Keeping the iron bowl, we let Bama and Auburn play ninth conference game in the years. So they have to, to keep the iron bowl going, and that would that would pretty much solve it that matter let any SEC to school play a knife conference game if they want to. Yeah, you know, I'm I don't think there is a prohibition against that. I, I remember you may. This in the past you had when, when there were six conference games, Alabama would play ole miss with without without accounting as a conference game other schools would do similar things, but I need to check, but I don't think any, any women could would stop that from happening with it. Yeah. I don't think so. You wouldn't get argument from Sabin, and you probably wouldn't get any argument for Auburn. If they can get to these and renew their Tennessee, and Florida robberies, plus play Vanderbilt every year. Yeah, I need to find out. I need to check on that because I've never heard that really being discussed. I, I don't think anyone would do it. But it's certainly an interesting proposition. Okay. Thank you. Really interesting call there. Let's continue. Tom is in Gainesville. Hey, Tom go right ahead. Hey Paul, thanks for taking my call time caller. And I just want to hear a few things that get your opinion on something that's near and dear to me, I grew up a cane, and then I had to live in Gainesville for plus twenty years and deal with the Gators every year, and I'm now retired and going to move to Alabama. So my question to you is, is there anything in Tuscaloosa that I see and do that? She was suggest now where Tom before you go. Where are you where will you be moving? Jacksonville ala Bama. Okay. Well, that's, that's on the eastern part of and yeah, it's it's a towards it land. I, I think there's a lot in it. I mean, the thing that you'll that I don't know how familiar familiar you are with Alabama. The thing that most people are really shocked by is the, the beauty of the state. You don't really think about it, but it from, it's a, it's a great outdoors state has a lot of mountain ranges has tremendous lakes of. So I, I would just take your time. You're you're an hour from Birmingham in Jacksonville. Your maybe an hour and a half, two hours from Tesco's. I would the north north. Have you ever been to Huntsville? Now you mean to where the NASA? Yeah. I, I will say this, I've been I've been through Huntsville twice. I've flown through there twice in the last couple of months, and it is a, it's a beautiful town. It's, it's become a the, the aerospace industry has is really hand. There's, there's every defense contractor in the country or in the world is, is located there. It's a very interesting and beautiful area. So there those are a couple of places, but I I I'll be happy to offer you council along the way there's, there's a lot in Alabama. Ryan sure your show, and I'm a die hard Alabama fan. I just hope that they do what they do best. And that's win football games. Thank you. Thank you. Yeah. No, you'll have you'll have a good time and you're not too far from Atlanta either being in Jacksonville. Let's head for a break here. One more to go, and we will continue again. Vince dooley. Joining us early. Dan? Mullen has spoken this afternoon on at that at that stop. And he he's answered some he's had some interesting answers based on the brief reports that we are hearing nothing earth shattering, but he has finally addressed the issues that have be deviled his program in recent weeks. Listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Welcome back. Glad you are with us. And let's grab some more calls, Mike and Macon Georgia is up next day, Paul how you doing today? Hey, mike. I didn't want to comment again on this, the gator you know dog rivalry in. I just don't think that the gator fans realistically understand how huge a talent gap, there is between the two programs. And granted Florida, maybe closing it some. But again, I read this article in dog nation, but, you know, according to those numbers, there are twenty two five star players on the Georgia roster right now. Twenty two there are zero on the gator roster. And that's just a giant difference. Yeah. I, I agree with you on that. And I think listen, here's, here's my overall philosophy on all fan. Bases. Fan base is pay attention to the local media, which is what anyone in the right mind would do. That's where you're going to get the largest amount of attention. And I think you, they take it the wrong way. Sometimes they hear all the positivity which there is a lot of, and they immediately think we're back and I mean, Georgia is on a different plane, as you said, in his everyone has said and that is not to say Florida isn't capable of getting there. They are. I don't think they're going to get there this year though. Right. And, and trying to get their to me the biggest takeaway on this, Chris Steele, matter is, you know, pollen football, I mean, a lot of these, I mean these kids do make the decisions, but they mostly make these decisions with the help of their mom, and their dad, especially their mom and their mom wants to know that these boys are going to be taken care of, and it doesn't like crystal is taken very well care of down down in Gainesville. That's a fair point. And I and I do think there needs, I don't know if Moen went into any great detail on that, but that, that is a, a question that clearly has dogged him or will dog and thank you very much. I didn't use the word dog for impact. There Baker is in North Carolina. Hello, banker. Hey, paul. How you doing? We are great. Thank you for the call. Good deal, a long-time listener, even you call today. I want to start off with a quick staff for you last year. Four teams we're in the top twenty in scoring offense and defense Alabama Georgia Clinton, and my alma mater, Appalachian state. Whoa, we go into South Carolina this year. And we didn't really lose much from that team. And you know, last year, we almost beat Penn State in the first game of the year took them to overtime, and I think a lot of us feel some confidence with, with South Carolina's tough schedule and spacing them in novem-. That we could maybe knock them all. What are you thinking on that? Yeah. You know, by the way, I didn't think I, I've looked at South Carolina, schedule, and I have consistently called it the toughest in the country, and I was not really thinking about Appalachian state. I mean, here's why it's so difficult. Let's start with the obvious you have Georgia Alabama in Clemson. Those will be the top three schools in the country. You have a road game at Missouri, which will be difficult Tennessee a difficult game Florida home a little bit easier than being on the road. But nevertheless, a road game at AM that's brutal. I mean the the app state the Appalachian state game. Just comes at a vulnerable time on the schedule. And that's a strange place to be playing that game. But I again North Carolina, I think, Carolina towards South Carolina will be but yeah, I, I agree with you. I have great respect for that program. I realized there have been some changes, but that's a very tricky spot as the specially if the Gamecocks are reeling. Favors Appalachian, more favors South Carolina because they're playing us right after Vanderbilt and before a and M and Alabama. I tell you what the reason why I think it favors you is that. You have an and Clemson ending the season. It's hard to imagine after that schedule and that gauntlet that game cock fans are really going to be fired up about that game. Yeah. Well, we sure hope so looking forward to a lot of. I have a lot of friends. Ends that, that went Appalachian state, and I have never been to a game there. But I hear it's quite an experience. Come on up. It's not far. I thank you for the call. I do. Appreciate it very much. Let's grab a few more calls and Mike is up next. Hey, mike. Yeah. Hey there. Mild TV now. Mike you are on the air. Welcome to the show. I miss fouls. I'm bob. Yes, it was a guy called other day us off. But McConnell vote by was on that is oh, God. Mojo state. It was a grounded and grumbling about Sabin and Alabama being the SARS team and SEC and all. Yeah. An out really couldn't understand what he was saying, because it's the soundtrack somebody beaten, his life, and background was that urban beaten his wife or was that. Oh, God beaten his own wife. You listen. I, I don't know about that. But I do appreciate you calling me show. Thai is up next in Arkansas. Hey tie. Paul. How are you? I'm good. I was just calling to ask, if he thinks about the hog, I'm gonna ask you question. I'll get off unless she called number one. I just wanted you to tell me what you thought about next fall basically, whether or not, you think the hogs will make it over five hundred this year. And also, I want you to talk a little bit back to the quarterback situation though. I appreciate it. Yeah. Well, I think the quarterback situation is quite extraordinary with the two transfers, and I feel good about Arkansas. You know, let me quickly relate a story because we're at a time but being there last year for the LSU game it. I mean, there was no reason to have any optimism. We were there on a seventeen degree November day in north west Arkansas. And there were thousands of fans who were genuinely excited even though the Razorbacks lost the LSU game. They played with a lot of heart. I, I think Chad Mars. Is recruited exceptionally, well, and I and I know sometimes we all bite the apple too hard when a new coach comes in. But, but I, I like everything about him. I think he has great energy. I think he's a good recruiter needs a great offensive mind. And I think that program, as I think they will get to five hundred hundred and get to a bowl game, which I think is essential. We're at a time podcast available in the app and apple podcasts. Thank you for listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. The Paul finebaum show ears weekdays on the SEC network beginning at three eastern.

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May 27, 2019: Disability Advocates Try To Get Candidates' Attention; A Memorial Day Tradition

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May 27, 2019: Disability Advocates Try To Get Candidates' Attention; A Memorial Day Tradition

"This message comes from here and now sponsor indeed. If you're hiring with indeed, you can post a job in minutes. Set up screener questions, then zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard. Get started at indeed dot com slash NPR podcast from NPR and WB. You are. I'm Peter O'Dowd. This is here. And now and we start today with the twenty twenty campaign Senator Cory Booker is hosting a Memorial Day barbecue in Polk County Iowa mayor Pete Buddha, judge, and Senator Bernie Sanders are on the trail in New Hampshire. So as former Republican governor, Bill weld, and as we dive headlong into the summer campaign, there's an effort underway to get the candidates talking about something that usually gets less. Attention issues important to people with disabilities. Andrew poll rang is co-founder of the Twitter. Hashtag, crypt the vote. Andrew, welcome. Thanks for having me and crypt the vote. Explain. What does that mean? Well, it's a hashtag that we came up with to basically tied together conversations on Twitter about people with disabilities in politics. And specifically we started at around the two thousand sixteen election and the lead up to that and have continued it ever since I'm surprised to use that phrase crip, though. Can you explain why you would do that? Well, yeah, you're not the only one it's partly to kind of draw attention, and it is does refer to sort of a slur, but it's also for a long time in the disability community. Some of us at least have used it kind of as reclaimed thing kind of ironic and with a little bit of pride. So it's, it's a little bit of a twist on, on an insult does having a disability tend to affect the way that people vote on election day. That's kind of hard to tell some of the studies that have been done indicate a. Light, you know, leftward lean in the disability community. But as far as I've seen, not a whole lot and part of our conversation is discussing amongst ourselves will what does it mean? Does it change how we would otherwise vote if it wasn't for the fact that we were disabled well, nonetheless, the candidates are paying attention? Here's democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren, speaking in Massachusetts earlier this year, and we can't be blind to the fact that the rule is in our country had been rigged against other people for a long time, women LGBTQ Americans, Latinos, native Americans, immigrants people with disabilities and we need to call it out. And here's south bend, Indiana Pete Buddha. Judge who also knows American sign language answering a question from Jennifer Laszlo of the disability advocacy group respectability back in April. Putting people with disabilities in your campaign ad in the future in on your staff and staff. Now he said, yes, when asked if he would put people with disabilities on his staff. Bernie Sanders says on his website that the civil rights of people with disabilities or not always protected. Are you surprised by how much attention this issue has gotten so far this election? Actually, I'm not surprised mentioning people with disabilities. Along with other groups who are not well, represented does happen. It's happened before I think it's a good sign that it's happening early. And as far as I think the one thing that is somewhat knew the question of having people with disabilities on campaign, staff and administration. That's something that we were seeing as a trend in our community of crypt vote that wasn't totally there early. When we started that it isn't just policy its participation healthcare, clearly an important issue for people with disabilities. And what are you hearing from the candidates this year? And what do you want to hear? Well, we are hearing more of a recognition, that healthcare policy includes some very specific things that affect people with disabilities such as long term care. It was interesting that in two thousand sixteen when various ideas about on universal health. Care were really being taken somewhat seriously. It was interesting to us and encouraging, but it was upsetting that none of the plans at that time addressed like, how do you get carrying your home? If you live in the penalty, which is part of healthcare, but wasn't really part of the plans now they really are more and more of these plans are taking into account, not all of them. But, you know, a lot more than we were before. So that's progress. Will you be endorsing anybody in this election? Nope. We don't endorse and in, we're nonpartisan conversation, well, regardless of who wins the nomination on the democratic side, the candidate, they're probably going to be running against is President Trump. We know over the years. He's made some derogatory comments about people with disabilities last year. He said the Paralympics were inspiring, but also quote, tough to watch. And of course, he was criticized for mocking. A reporter with a physical disability on the campaign. Trail, what's your meshes to the president, and in this election year? Well, it's hard to say that have a message for him on that. I mean, these are pretty obviously offensive statements, and he shouldn't be making them. The more interesting thing to me is in from what we've observed, you know, we acknowledged these things, and we don't like them, but they don't draw quite as much interest from the actual disability community as they do from everyone else, which is kind of interesting. What do you think that is what we're focused on policy and practices not necessarily just rhetoric? But I think also some of it has to do with we're not surprised by this. We experience some of us more than others, but all of us have experienced able ISM in our actual real lives. We know that exists, and that it's relatively common. So there's that shock value. I think is not quite there for us. So yes, we say, yeah. Oh there. There we go. That's really terrible. But we don't make that what, what more is there to say, you know, after that there's not much more to Adam, we'd go on we discussed healthcare and employment. And the Americans with Disabilities Act and things that actually affect people's lives. That's Andrew poll rang. He's co founder of the Twitter hashtag crip the votes, injure. Thanks for speaking with me. Thank you very much for having me. Congressional Democrats want answers from the Trump administration, the case of a migrant girl from El Salvador who died in US custody last September. She is one of six migrant children who've died in the care of the federal government in the past eight months. The ten year old had heart defects her death was not disclosed until last week. Right now, the White House is asking congress for two point eight billion dollars to deal with a surge of unaccompanied, migrant children crossing the border, the time, it's taking the government to release migrant kids to parents and other sponsors in the US has more than doubled since two two. Thousand fifteen. K. QA. Adi's Farida, Giovanny Romero has this report. I'm gonna bias, kindergarten students walk in a line to meet their parents at the end of the school day in the city of banal in northern California. The last place bias, worked was an agency for migrant children in New York. The hundreds of kids who are sent to that center have classes, and counseling and are temporarily housed with foster families before the children are released the government, I has to screen their parents or sponsors to be sure the kids will be safe that vetting process took about a month on average, in two thousand fifteen now, the average is two and a half months by says the kids should cared for were desperate to leave the case manager will come and be like, unfortunately now you have to stay two more months, then to the point that children started asking, if they could be deported back to their country. The New York agencies called ca- Yuga centers by says the children are already traumatised and keeping them away from their families. Harms the more seeing how they're suffering. I will have kids in my classroom, the, the next day I will find out that they. Had even self-harm themselves. A spokesman for a US centers said in a statement, the safety and wellbeing of children is paramount and using foster families is better than detention at shelters where most unaccompanied minors end up like uncle a seventeen year old from Guatemala. He spent almost three months locked in a shelter in Florida uncle recently attended, a legal orientation in San Francisco with his cousin found those who sponsored his release. We're not using the family's last name because of their immigration status Santos says the teen doesn't talk much about the shelter. He hopes time will heal his trauma. Look, what is it? Today or less expediency. I dunno is anyone to get custody of ankle. Sam dozen has wife had to provide lots of documents and get fingerprinted. And we will keep them and beat them, which they knew it was a risk because immigration and customs enforcement now runs background checks on potential sponsors the agency arrested about one hundred seventy of them last year because they were undocumented congress limited the use of that data for emmigration enforcement. But people are still scared says Milly Atkinson and attorney what the immigration center for women and children, the climate towards immigration. Right now, in this country is inducing, a lot of fear for people who in the past may have stepped forward to sponsor child, the office of refugee resettlement, declined to comment on why it's taking longer to release kids. But officials say they're receiving more unaccompanied children thirty two thousand between October twenty eighteen and March thirtieth, that's an increase of almost fifty percent over the same period last year. Femina buys the school in piano. She says she often remembers that the stress. She saw the migrant kids in New York. The more these children are staying in these centers, though, more they're become. It's affecting their mental health and eventually, many of these children end up being part of our society in the past four years. Thousands of children have reported sexual abuse in US custody often by other detained kids and an April a sixty narrow boy became ill and died at a shelter in Texas advocates worry that Asfaw civilities, get more crowded and staff are stretched thin the risk for migrant children will increase for here. And now I'm fighting that Romeo. It was nearly four decades ago that Dustin Hoffman put on a dress. And heels for the movie took see to play the out of work actor, Michael Dorsey, auditioning for a woman's role in a soap opera actress, I'm a character actress, I can play this any you want it. I'm sure you may remember he got the part, but not without a few complications. Well nearly four decades later a new musical version is getting raves on Broadway. Tony nominee, Santino fund tennis stars as Michael Dorsey in this version, he auditions for the role of Juliet's nurse in a farcical sequel to Romeo, and Juliet, the new show is cleverly updated for the times. And it's as relentlessly funny as it is relevant here, now is Karen Miller medicine, met, with fun, Tanna writer, Robert Horne, and composer, David yazbek backstage, after a recent who form. Nice to meet you before we get into any part of the plot. I have to say that falsetto. I mean you open your mouth, Gino. Yeah. You open your mouth for the audition scene to become the nurse in musical Romeo, and Juliet. And you belt out this falsetto. Trump. Superpower. No, I don't think it's a superpower. I, I don't know if it's really a false Seto. It's a whole. It's just a different extension of how are we gonna make these two characters different? And in that was over the three years of developing a show came into focus. I have to ask you David yazbek who wrote this music, did you have Santino in mind when you wrote this, or did you think there were, you know, someone someone else in the country? Who had that range, Leonard Cohen in mind when I was writing the show. No. I mean, I didn't most of the stuff that I that I wrote, I didn't know Santino was going to be in the show. Thank god. He is in the show because when I was writing it I had no concern or thought for the person who has going to have to do it in one rehearsal. We added something where there's like a high D. Oh, that's right. And David was came up to me after the run through it was like can you can you do that? You mean what I just did? So let's talk a little bit about the book you know, in hundred eighty two just putting on a dress was funny. You know, it's been John men in address equals funny, but it was before me, too. And it was when, you know, man, telling woman how to fix her relationship problems with, with quaint. You know, the whole man's planning thing. And so when, when sees it doesn't necessarily scream, let's do it again. You even though everyone appreciates that movie. That's the whole way of saying, why let's see well for a number of reasons. One at the core the DNA of the story is about a man who is desperate, who is told you can no longer do. The one thing you love more than anything. And what would you do in your life? If somebody told you that and he makes them very stupid choices, which is great setup for farce and for for theater. And once we knew that, that was all we had. To honor and that we could ride our own version of not based on that. And then rim back from the movie anything or nothing that we wanted to use it all sort of organically, started to take shape, and you do date it, I, I've got to say at Dorothy is a feminist. She he empowers women on the set and you've got this great scene, where the woman producer of this farcical musical says, I'm gonna gamble on the smartest voice in the room, especially when it's coming from a woman, and that sort of sets the stage for a different, and I think you just answered why Tootsie that's why this highlights the power of stepping into somebody else's shoes. And in the process learning about their experience in being able to transfer from sympathy to empathy. Billy wilder has a great quote. If you're going to tell people the truth, you better make them laugh kill you. And that's exactly what we're doing. I mean, the fact that we're watching somebody learned from another person's experience and be trans. Formed by it. That's why we're doing it. There's another twist updates at Dorothy comes in and falls in love with this woman. But of course, what can happen between them because now she thinks it's a woman will in yours the woman falls in love with him, and Dorothy, Michael says, well, I'm not a lesbian and she says won't neither am I it's a nod to gender fluidity, and it's also it's a play about stereotypes breaking stereotypes. That's what at first glance may not be obvious. But when you step into it, you realize, oh, gosh. This is saying so much about humanity and that we have to find common ground. I gotta say, I looked at this, and I saw a Greek tragedy, the second you put on that dress. It's inevitable. It's, it's inevitable. And that opening scene, which is that schmaltzy poorly written who well, written poorly written parodies of Broadway, which one it opens. You think oh my God. Is this the show I've come to turns into a Greek core? Chris, then you've got the character. Jeff Andy grove Lucien. He's your roommate, and I see him as a combination between the oracle at Delphi and say. Bob newhart. Absolutely. He's sort of the profit who all the way through says, don't do it. Don't do don't do it. Not long ago. There was a man and angry guy aging committed, but kinda sound destructive minding his way through lifetime vision and circumstance conspired to deliver an opportunity. No one except actor with nothing to really consider this guy puts this guys you in case. And he's got this line. That's classically says at a time when women are literally clutching their power back from between the legs of men. You have the data to take a job away from one by impersonating one and Michael Dorsey doesn't flinch. He doesn't see it yet. And the show is him gradually being able to see it David early on realized that the audience needed a window in the audience needed a point of view saying, you're not gonna get away with this. This is a stupid thing to do. What are you doing? It totally stresses us out in the audience. Okay. Let's talk about them. Music. So the last time we talked to David you had just finished the musical score and lyrics for the band's visit, and it was a personal one for you. You drew on your childhood visits to Lebanon, and your grandparents, and you talked about, how was a show without big numbers to see opens with big numbers, and big lyrics, and lots of movement. What were you thinking when you jumped into this music, right off of that music? Well, I was bouncing back and forth for a while. There was an overlap period. So it was interesting to be bouncing from that personal quiet show to what you've just described the sort of uproarious comedy, and that's incredibly valuable and refreshing to be able to do that. It is the funniest show I've ever seen a lot of that is because of the two people, I'm sitting between on this couch and you to go into this, what you're calling a Greek tragedy, and deliver these kind of laughs, this is Larry Gelbart Neil Simon territory. Corey, I think it's also a show where a lot of the songs are memorable certainly the lyrics are memorable. And I felt like I saw some classic jazz back in their sandy sent. He knows ex girlfriend. She's she's neurotic. She's nervous. She's a naysayer and a doomsday waiter. And she has this, the SOG what's going to happen that reprises throughout the show. Our moving at six a wake up in the shower with a stomach full of Rick's though, I won't have any. Just like when you have to go and get it whole enough to the deadly isn't half is disconcerting or betting has not knowing panning immediately brought back to Candela in women on the verge of nervous breakdown with remodel behavior song. I like to think that you can hear me in the songs in the case of what's going to happen. I don't know. It just felt this is a nervous wreck of a self fulfilling prophecy. Let's do a Pat or song. Let's make it a MAMBO and really fast almost too fast for the actress, you know, got a mention this on samba cast. You have there's lily- Cooper's, Julie, who's phenomenal. She plays the love interest of Dorothy and Michael Expos and John Bellman as max Van Horn. He's the not so smart. Super buff. Character, his apps are a character in themselves, and he adds so much comedy to it. And back to lily Cooper, she has one of the lines in the show that brings it back to a more sick. Area scheme, which I, I wanna go back to when Michael has his downfall when he falls off his pedestal. He says that he knows that he messed up and she says, no, you, don't you think because you walked a mile in women's shoes. You suddenly no walk hundred walkathon and then fall thousand more, because there's so much, you don't know about so much, and you haven't learned and she, she schools you, what does that feel like onstage necessary in order to tell the story it's the point of the story, and if he hasn't heard that, and he's on the road to beginning to learn and she does not need to forgive him. But she opens the door. He has to become both aware of it and other people have to make sure that there's a reckoning. So I saw this on Thursday night, and there was this crate scene. It's, it's one of the final scenes where Dorothy suddenly smacks, her glasses off my glasses, flew off of my wig. We didn't know where they went. I looked around people in the audience were pointing Michael McGraw me and Andy great Lucien were all staring at each other. Then said my glasses just got raptured and. I try to get Michael back into the scene for me as a jazz guy. Those are the moments that I just love the most and everyone on that stage can do that. Can can riff? You know, it's great. Thank you. Good luck break leg tonight. You thank you. Thank you. Thank you so much. Sees me back this. That was put see star Santino Fontana along with show writer, Robert Horne, and David yazbek who wrote the score all three are Tony nominated. You're listening to here now. On bowls. I talk with people who make amazing work. Greta gerwig arrow Morris ace app for the conversations are real funny tagging somewhere unexpected find bullseye with Jesse thorn on NPR one for wherever you get your podcasts. The housing market is lagging behind the rest of the economy, with home sales down nearly five percent from year ago, even his mortgage rates are full percentage point lower chill Slesinger is business analysts for CBS news and host of Jill on money. Joe? Good speak with you. Great to be with you. So what's going on? Why are these home sales, dropping unemployment is at a record low and look at those interest rates there falling. Yeah. And you would think that would bring in a flood of buyers. Look, we are still seeing pretty low relatively low, I should say, inventory, meaning the just weren't a lot of homes for sale for a long time. Now that inventory is starting to creep up. That's good. We saw interest rates pop at the end of last year that spooked a lot of the buyers out there. We had five six percent annual increases for a bunch of years. And so that really started to get some of the first time homebuyers, completely freaked out, and they just abandoned ship and did not continue to look. They. Our great renters though, well should sellers be worried. Well, I mean, look, I think that sellers have to be more satisfied with the price. They're getting don't expect just huge increases over what the list prices. Don't expect those bidding wars. Right. Okay. So a five percent drop is average across the board. We know some markets are much better and some markets are much worse. So take us to a city where something interesting happening. Let's go to Columbus, Ohio. How about that? Let's go on. And, and you're broadcasting from the Boston area. I live in New York. I just came from the bay area. These are markets where it's so frothy and crazy that people say, I just can't do it anymore. But in Columbus, Ohio, we're looking at a median list price of about two hundred fifty thousand dollars. Well, hey, that will bring a lot of people into a marketplace Roseau seeing some very good action in Texas, where there's been a lot of building. And they're trying to attract a lot of the California folks who don't wanna pay high. Taxes, and maybe their kids are out of school, and they're willing to relocate. But I will say there still are some pretty strong markets out there that you have heard of the bay area, though. First time in a while we saw a decrease of three percent from a year ago. So still, you gotta pay a million bucks. I was just going to say, maybe we should point out that the median house in the bay area costs close to a million dollars now. So it doesn't look like that little bubble that big bubbles starting to burst. I just I can't see it because you have all of these unicorn companies going public. So you've got some instant millionaires and billionaires, exactly. And I think that what we're hearing more and more is that people are starting to really scratch their heads and say, wait a second. Why am I stick around here? Maybe I can get my job somewhere else like Austin, Texas or gasp, New York City because it's cheaper. Wow. Wow. Okay. So one, quick thing, I want to bring up with you over the last twenty five years, the average age of a first time buyer has gone up from twenty six. Years old to thirty four. So I know you are big on financial advice. What do you say to those thirty four year olds out there who are just about to try and buy their first house? I think that you still have to run your numbers before you start the process, and it's really good to do a comparison of buying versus renting. The New York Times has really terrific by versus rent calculator. And in addition to considering your mortgage principal and interest in the homeowners insurance and the taxes, please as a homeowner, let me remind you upkeep and maintenance so important one to three percent of the purchase price. Depending on how old the structure is every single year put it in your budget, because you will end up paying for it. Do your homework people? This is a gigantic purchase one. You'll have for probably a longtime gills lessons. Your business analyst for CBS news in host of chill on money. Jill, thanks as always. Thank you. On Memorial Day, a day, set aside to honor and remember, members of the American military killed in action earlier today, vice President Mike Pence placed a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldier at Arlington National Cemetery. There are parades and ceremonies in communities across the nation today. And we want to take a few minutes now to update a Memorial Day story. We've been following for several years. It started with this. I think I have this right to use. Still drive Jared's truck. Do. I do. Is. Yep. Tell me about that truck. What can I tell you? It's just it's him. It's got his DNA all over it. I just I love driving, because it reminds me him, though. I don't need the truck to remind me him, I think about him every hour of every day. That's here. Now's Alex Ashok speaking in twenty eleven with Paul Monti at the Massachusetts national cemetery where Monte son. Jared is buried Jared was killed in Afghanistan in two thousand six and his father had just started operation flags for vets he asked volunteers to come to the cemetery to place flags on the graves from immoral day and Veterans Day. Well, a songwriter in Nashville heard that conversation and wrote this country song recorded by Lee, Bryce, it's called. I drive your truck hating. Fifty. Dirty braves. Don't hanging from the rear. Whole army hall Monte drove the truck to the cemetery again over the weekend. And Alex Ashok was there, too. Saturday was a day on Cape Cod. And people flock to the national cemetery to place American flags on the graves there for this Memorial Day. You gotta gone down that hill. Put him in there. The three that's eighteen pleasure flag, at least three to four inches down into the ground so that it doesn't waver Vietnam veterans on harley's cub scouts and families. Many with loved ones buried here, Massachusetts. Governor Charlie Baker joined the volunteers, your family, who's less somebody in combat or in service every Everyday's Memorial Day for you. And they do value in appreciate it. When folks take a few minutes to come out to ceremony in their community to visit the cemetery to plant flags, people are doing here today and just honor. And remember the fact that they're a lot of families who have an empty seat at the table, because somebody answered the call. This is the ninth year for the Memorial Day version of operation flags for vets. I spoke to Paul Monti about that history. And I think I had my numbers, right. Fifty thousand flags when you started is that sound about right? If the six thousand when we started and seventy seven thousand now. How do you keep up with the supply with the how do you keep the supply up with the demand for all these flags? These days. That's not the easiest part. I mean it's. Luckily, we get to reuse them a number times. Because when we oughta we want oughta anof everybody at once every Graveney has to have the same flag. Same quality, no rips no chairs no phrase, no bent sticks. So you know we run down. We had a bad year two years ago. We lost ten thousand flags last year. Wasn't his bad thing. We lost six thousand so we get to that point where. We need to reorder, which is big bucks. But we, we manage people, donate money. We have no corporate sponsorship whatsoever. We have no help from the government whatsoever. It's the people that have put in five and ten dollars in, in a bottle or whatever, and, you know, some people are more generous. But that's that's how it works. It's the little people, and that's really what this is for a little people. Did you ever imagine when you started this eight years ago that hundreds of people would still be coming out here from Veterans Day Memorial Day to do this? No. Yeah. You know, my brother, Matt, and I talked about this and in the beginning, and we said, five years, that that'll be about it. So now, now we're into the ninth year, and it's even stronger. We're expecting maybe as many as five thousand people here today. And that's just it's so hot warming to see. Those people coming back year after year and bringing their friends, the families that come the grandparents with the parents with the kids, you know, the little ones in strollers, and then the ninety year olds that come with the walkers, and it's just magnificent. I know you've already said that this isn't about Jared. What is it about? It's about each and every one of the people buried here that sacrifice so much for our freedom. That's what it's about when I first. Got permission to flag the cemetery. When I was in the process of getting permission. They allowed me to put one flag in that was Jared's and I refused. I said, no, no, no. He wouldn't want that. He'd be very upset. These are all his buds. These are all guys that he served with these the people he respected. And if, if I can only do one grave, I won't do any, it's either all on. It'll be thirteen years next month since he was killed in Afghanistan. Maybe this is a. Dumb question. But has it gotten any easier? No. It has not at all. In fact, in some regards, it's gotten more difficult. Why's that? Name recognition. A lot more people know what's going on. And with his particular status on the name recognition, I keeps it in your mind more, because more people know who he is. And what happened yet this week alone? Let's see eight nine ten this week alone. I'm doing ten different events. So you never get to get away from it. No, it's, it's every time I begin the process of settling in I get a reminder. I it was when he was killed in three years. Later was the medal of honor, then three years later, was the song that came out. I drive your truck three years later, the book came out and every time you do one event somewhere. It's sort of like someone saying to you. Hey, guess what your son is dead? And that's what doesn't allow you to really move on with things because it's just a constant reminder that he's not here anymore. And we're standing by the truck. We are standing by the. Looks it looks like he may be got cleaned up. Got a painted. I have to preserve that truck. So yeah, it looks beautiful. I had someone to work on it, and they fixed the response and painted the whole thing looks like a brand new truck. It really does. Yeah. It's great. And you still drive it. I still drive the truck, of course. Yeah. I mean, godless of the song doesn't wouldn't make any difference. That's his truck. He writes with me, and I'm happy to have a board. What's the message for people who might hear this Memorial Day? What's your message from Oriel day, what does it mean? Well, it's really simple. It's, you know, freedom is not free. Someone gave blood someone died for your freedom. It really is a simple as that freedom isn't free. You wanna be free. You gotta pay the price and some people have paid the price more than others. Yesterday. We had a rededication of the mornin Boston for all the gold star families from Massachusetts who've lost someone since. Since the terrorist since nine eleven and. Yep. People need to see those things, and understand that there are families out there that a grieving, and we'll always grieve for the loss of the loved one. Paul Monti speaking with here. Now's Alex Ashok at the Massachusetts national cemetery. This is. Terry. And we're still processing the significance of the European election results today populace critical of the EU increase their clout in Europe's parliament though now control about a quarter of the seats which is up from twenty percent. It's not the wave that many expected, but it is another sign that in Europe and around the world ruling from the center is becoming increasingly rare Derek Thompson is senior editor at the Atlantic, and he joins us now a Derek. Thanks for being here on a holiday, great to be here. Thank you. Sure. So most Americans I don't think it's a stretch to say, don't usually pay too much attention to the European parliamentary elections. But just make the case for why this vote mattered a lot more than usual. Absolutely. I think most Americans can be forgiven for not following European politics, especially on American holiday. But let me make the case that these elections matter a lot. I strongly believe that in the last few years Europe has been a canary in the coal mine for American politics and early warning system before you had Bernie Sanders. You head democratic socialism across Europe before you had a revival of anti immigrant sentiment here you saw anti immigration movements sweeping across the European continent. And then, of course before you had Donald Trump, you had Brexit that famous expression of nationalism and right wing populism. So trans Atlantic currents blow to the east, but political winds seemed to blow to the west across the Atlantic from Europe to the American coast. So if you wanna learn about the future of American politics, I think you should strongly pay attention to what's happening in Europe right now. Interesting. And speaking of Brexit, in the UK, the new Brexit, party did very well. But overall generally speaking, some people were fearing, a much bigger populist, wave across Europe than actually panned out. Well, why do you think it didn't happen that way? So big picture here until recently Europe governed by centre left and centre, right parties. It was a bit like here in the US that you had centrists, like, say, Bill Clinton, George H W Bush, but with this election, it's. Come clear that populace on both the left and the right are insurgent. Yes. There was a lot of fear before these elections that this would be a blowout win for right wing populace. And it wasn't just that instead what you saw is that voters across Europe in Spain in Italy in France injuries? They're rejecting centrist politics. And they're embracing outsiders to both the left and the right there, essentially saying, we want an end to politics as usual, and I think that going forward, what's going to happen is it's going to make your apart to govern, because if you elect a lot of centrists, and they can create coalitions, they can pass laws. They can express the will of the people and legislation. But if you elect a bunch of people to the far left and a bunch of people to the far right? They can't talk to each other. So what you have instead is a recipe for rolling chaos. You make a very interesting point before this election, all the talk was that the populist, we're going to do very well that the nationalist parties would do very well. And yet, lo and behold, here are the greens and the liberals as you say a road ING the center from the left. How do you think that happened? Well, I think that you can see some of its parallels right here in the US on the one hand, you have the right which essentially has been co opted by Donald Trump's someone who was initially seen at the beginning of the primaries in two thousand fifteen as being far too radical on issues like immigration to be mainstream publican now he enjoys over eighty percent of approval within the Republican. So on the one hand, you can see far right energies and the Republican party. But look in the Democratic Party. Yes, because of name recognition familiarity, who do have Joe Biden polling very strongly. We'll see how his popularity holds up the next few months. But you've also had a lot of energy around Bernie Sanders around Elizabeth Warren. You have lots of Democrats signing onto a Medicare for all plant, essentially a so. Socialist, or democratic socialist healthcare plan, which is enjoyed a lot of popularity among the Democratic Party. So in Europe as in the US what you see is insurgencies on both the far left and the far right rather than a sort of a rather than the power of respectability. Centrist pulling through take a look at what's happening all around the world. It is not just Europe. It is not just the United States. We saw a big win for India's prime minister Narendra Modi last week. He is a Hindu, nationalist. And then look at Australia voters, very recently decided to keep the prime minister Scott Morrison power now. He's an evangelist Christian. He denies climate change. He has very strict against immigration. This is happening all around the globe. It's happening all over the globe. And the economist and political commentator Tyler Cowen wrote and Bloomberg that the new right? Is beating the new left everywhere? I think so far, that seems some. What true it is more broadly, applicable to say that the new right? Is beating the old center everywhere voters are afraid that the global movement of capital, and people that is immigrants are taking away their power, their money their control, and they're using these new tools of technology and the internet to protest day in and day out to point out the flaws establishment government, and it's causing this sort of, as I said, rolling chaos of insurgency all over the globe while that is pretty interesting to see what will happen as these governments all around the globe are moving away from the center. Derek Thompson senior editor at the Atlantic. Thanks very much for joining us. Thank you. Here. Now is a production of NPR WVU are in association with the BBC World Service. I'm Peter O'Dowd. This is here now happy Memorial Day.

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