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There's a lot of money to be made on the nostalgia circuit

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

27:43 min | 1 year ago

There's a lot of money to be made on the nostalgia circuit

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Paul lenghty of economic news to kick around from big time jobs numbers today to the president's ongoing criticism of the fed and his shall we say idiosyncratic nominations to that body. Let's do it over with Linda Lopez from business insider and Dion rebellion markets editor at axios. Hi there. Hey. Let's start. I think before we dive into this fed situation. Let's start with the jobs numbers broadly. I guess more of the same especially in terms of wages Dion. I'm gonna start with you, food and housing still cost a lot. So at what point to these stuck wages really start to hurt the economy? That's a really good question because they have actually moving in the right direction. But now, they're kind of stuck in might be moving back down the thing about this jobs report today was it didn't really tell us anything new about the economy. Everything was kind of on trend along the same trend that we've been going on really since the end of the recession in the beginning of the recovery in two thousand nine so you got back to one hundred ninety six thousand jobs added that's about along trend that we've seen really for the past nine ten years wage growth kind of moving back towards its trend. And we're really this is just kind of return to the normal that we've seen over the past ten years. So didn't really tell us anything new about the economy, except, you know, the new boss same as the old boss, right and Lynette our reporters say three point two percent is okay. As far as wage growth goes. But we'd need three point five percent. Two four for a sustained period for workers to gain back this ground and getting to the fed. It seems like that wouldn't be that likely if inflation hawks start saying it's time to raise interest. Rates that fair that's fair. But here's the thing. I'm one of those people who believes that the American worker hasn't really gotten a sufficient raised since the nineteen sixties. So when I look at these three point two numbers four percent numbers. It compares to, you know, compare. It does not compare to you know, the lack of ground that the American worker has has has not made. I mean, the American workers purchasing power has basically stayed steady for the last forty years. And this is why we've seen such massive inequality. So when I see a report like this, and we start quibbling over three point two percent. Four percent. I'm like, okay. I mean find right, but we can quote, it's not gonna change of when what is you know, an inherent structural problem with our economy right now. Well, then let's move onto the structure, and it's not good. It's writ large. That's what it does. You know? She just she comes and drops. I want one. I mean, we keep calling ya. So it's on us. Dionne broadly. Let's talk about the fed. You have these proposed nominations in Stephen Moore, and now Herman Cain. And I think what we should ask with all of this pressure. And these kind of weird nominations is can the fed do its job. Yeah. No. Of course, the fed can do its job, and it is important to point out that these are just two of nominations of. I think it's twelve board seats. You've also got the chair the vice chair you've got a number of fed regional presidents all of whom everyone on the fed currently very qualified including the previous people that President Trump has nominated. I really think though, it's important that we refrain this debate or the conversations going on about these nominations. Everyone's keeps everyone keeps saying Trump. Is nominating these people because he wants the fed to rollback interest rates. He wants them to cut rates hike rates. The president's even said that Trump doesn't understand how the fed works. He doesn't understand what the fed does isn't understand monetary policy. He doesn't understand economics. He's nominating. These people because he wants more people like him on the board. It's not about him. But people who will do what he says in. Every instance, the president replaces the rule of law, and you know, nonpartisanship with the rule of himself and. And he believes that Stephen Moore and Herman Cain will perpetuate this rule of himself on the fed board. Now is that true unclear? We're going to have to look at the minutes once they join, and we'll have to see if Republicans in the Senate are actually, you know, craven and foolish enough to vote these people in I mean, Stephen Moore himself has admitted that it's going to be a learning curve the man's not an economist. He's more of a taunting her to Dion point, though, it it is a it's a big deliberative body with some independent minds. Right. Like, you sound like you're saying the board could withstand the pressure. We got about thirty seconds for. Yes. When the board could withstand the pressure, and again, these guys aren't going to put much pressure on because they don't know what they're doing even more, right? Stephen Moore has no clue urban fed at least was on the fed before. I think he understands the processes of the fed is not really imminently qualified, and I think Rafael Bostick must be just with his head in his hands. Like, it took fifty years to get a brother on the fed and other. Put him on. But you know, I again, these people aren't Trump's not nominees people because he wants interest rates lower. He's nominating these people because he wants more people like him who he feels excited about nominating. He doesn't understand what the fed does. And he's made that clear with his comments today. Linette Lopez from business insider and Dion Ribaut and markets editor at axios. Thanks so much. Thank you have a great weekend. Now to prepaid debit cards, the increasingly popular plastic cards with MasterCard or visa logos. That let you shop anywhere with preloaded money. They're a growing part of this economy and the financial services industry, but they can be risky. There aren't any protections against theft or purchases that are defective or unauthorized charges. But this week the consumer financial protection bureau started requiring safeguards on prepaid cards that are the same as debit cards that are tied to Bank accounts. Marketplace's Erica barris has more on that employers used prepaid cards to pay their workers governments disburse benefits like unemployment people who use debit cards from banks have had protection against fraud and loss for forty years. Now says Nick Berk with the consumer finance project. People have pretty much the same rights to be protected and get their money back if somebody steals their prepaid card as they do when they use a credit card or a debit card consumers who report a lost or. Stolen prepaid card within two days or only responsible for fifty dollars in losses. If they wait sixty days, it could cost them five hundred these new rules, come as prepaid cards have risen in popularity credit card industry. Analysts had Rosman says more than eight million households don't have Bank accounts. Joe there are a lot of people who are using prepaid cards as an alternative to the traditional banking system. Another reason for the uptick in prepaid cards. It's pretty cheap for employers the government and others to load the cards with money says David Robertson with Nielsen journal, most accords or Costa quarter. To give somebody a plastic card with a magnetic stripe. Just mailing. A check would cost you more than that card issuers though. Now have to change their packaging and the language they use when they issue cards. Ben Jackson is with innovative payments association. The rules are very very prescriptive. And then they had to begin printing. Extra disclosures there Mercator advisory group says hundreds of billions of dollars are loaded on prepaid cards each year. I'm Eric barris for marketplace. On Wall Street today. Wall Street loves good job numbers. And it doesn't mind low inflation either all the details when we do the numbers. We need one of those fun little websites. Here has Brexit happened dot com, and it would still say no headed into the weekend. The situation is as foggy as a London day. British Prime Minister, Theresa may has asked the European Union for an extension on Brexit. She's hoping for June thirtieth. If e- says, no April twelfth would be the exit day and all this uncertainty is taking a toll on British nerves. The government is offering counseling to civil servants who are stressed out by Brexit. Police. Chiefs have been warning Brexit protesters and campaigners to keep their tempers under control. But one London Jim thinks it has hit on the antidote. Marketplace's Stephen beard reports. Right. For remain is protesting here outside parliament Brexit makes that blood boil I am so angry so angry Alice Colombo and fellow protests Helen, Slater com, stop seething about Brexit when I wake up in the morning. My thoughts turn to Brexit. And what do you feel frustration on on depression? And it's the same for the levers protesting him relief is at hand. However, this gym not far from parliament is offering a tailor-made outlet rule. These pent-up Brexit emotions Rory mcentee of the gym books chain came up with the idea of bricks fit exercise class Briggs is probably number one in terms of frustration that are building. And this was a way for people to kind of come in together and the community and can event their anger at the whole situation. Whipping them up we've grime grunge and afro bash -ment music train of Boris puts the participants through their paces. So now talk to release in one exercise Boris has them pummeling a couple of punchbags one bearing the image of Prime Minister, Theresa may the other who chief European advisory Joan Claude YMCA. Wanna go full oil wants to these engage your body as much as you can. And then go for a sucker punch on them. In another routine waited bull bearing an image of leading Brexit, and Nigel Farraj is lifted above the head on slammed to the ground, and there's a rowing machine called the Romo. This is all a great marketing we's of Kohl's. But try to Boris insists it says a practical purpose to what we're trying to do is to get that rage and frustration within members and use it as much Vaiciunas to in order to work harder and perform this better with an exercises. The Brexit sizes have been terrific hit, the Brexit classes a fully subscribed. But as worry mcentee concedes the Jimmy Quinn. That's taking a hell of a beating the punchbag. We have to replace we had three the may faith in the on the slam ball which actually replace twice. Jim book says livas and remains of worked out together here harmoniously without venting the anger on each other remain and another Tanya Allen and L flips all seemed happy with the class, more or less. I'm dying right now. You don't feel more relaxed about Brexit. I the scene bags hit every severity from cost, and it's very amusing. Take mccown unless off steam, definitely definitely anger management. The clause is beginning to imitate Brexit. The sessions of frequently extended a win loss week class was postponed. Brex fits seems likely to run and run in London. I'm Stephen bid for marketplace. We've got tons more coverage of Brexit on our website marketplace dot org, including a great episode of the make me smart podcast hosted by myself in Cairo style. Go. Check it out. Okay. We're coming from London right back here to Oakland home of MC hammer. He of you can't touch this too legit to quit and hammer pants and tomorrow night. MC? Hammer begins his first major concert tours since nineteen Ninety-one and the tour will include some other acts. You might remember from the eighties and nineties Coolio, sir. Mix a lot and Cisco among others. I am totally going to this. Marketplace's Mariel Zegarra takes a look at the business of the throwback concert. Does anybody know what time it is? Qatar? You remember this one those pants the sick dance moves Don jerk Joseph is thirty four. He's from Houston, Texas, and he was a huge MC hammer fan growing up even had the action figure. Carl girl when I was a cute. He says he's going to this concert. He's actually been watching some of the rehearsal videos hammers posted on Twitter. Moose through talking only married. I bring the same energy from, you know, their early ninety two to nineteen throwback or a nostalgia concerts were bands reunite or singers come out of semi-retirement aren't new, but we are looking at the latest iteration with acts from the nineties think vanilla ice and vogue. Jesse kirshbaum? At new agency says what concert goers are buying here is a feeling a to go back to where they once were. They're paying to feel like a kid again. And for something to put on Instagram, you know, bragging rights. Vice girls superfan. Twenty nine year old Cassandra bell never got those the first time around I remember the concert humor hometown. And some of my friends went, and I was so jealous. So this summer, she's flying from California to the UK to see scary baby ginger and sporty on their reunion tour posh is incoming there is something returning performers have to remember, especially in the age of social media. Larry Miller teaches the business of music at NYU Steinhardt to bring up you need to be in great shape. The tour needs to be well rehearsed doesn't seem like that's going to be a problem for MC hammer. Jake touch this. I'm Mary together up for marketplace thing touched you. Coming up. Now. Nobody tells you like your business plan is just a plan and no plan survives contact with city permit or but first let's do the numbers. Stocks climbed after the better-than-expected monthly jobs report, we told you about the Dow Jones industrial average gained forty points about a tenth of a percent to close at twenty six thousand four twenty four. The NASDAQ climbed forty six points half a percent to finish at seventy nine thirty eight and the s&p five hundred thirteen points that's four tenths of a percent to end at twenty eight ninety two for the week. That was the Dow added one point nine percent. The NASDAQ picked up two point seven percent and the S and P five hundred rose. Two percent snap had a great week jumped or point nine percent. A day after launching a new advertising network hoping to compete with Facebook, Google and Lincoln bonds rose the yield on the tenure T note fell to two point four nine percent. And you're listening to marketplace. Hey, guys, Molly would here. And you got to check out the latest episode of make me smart, but you better. Hurry, April fifteenth is fast approaching and that means tax day. This is the first year that your taxes are affected by the thousand seventeen GOP tax law. The biggest change to tax LA in thirty years. And even though the bottom line is pretty much the same for a lot of people this year's taxes feel different two million fewer people had filed their taxes this year compared to the same time last year. And when we talk to people and to accountants they said, yeah, it's because we're scared. Make me smart. Find us on apple podcasts or wherever you choose to podcast. This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by with Sabi. Hot cloud storage, thinking about moving your data storage to the cloud was obvious enterprise. Class cloud storage at one fifth the price of Amazon S three and up to six times faster with no hidden fees for egress or a PI requests was obvious low cost high speed fully secure storage blows away the competition, including Google and Microsoft disruption starts here. Do the math for yourself and start a free trial. I was Sabi dot com. This is marketplace. I'm Ali would basketball fans are basically in heaven right now between the final weekend of March madness and the NBA playoffs right around the corner. They start April thirteenth fans of the three point shot are especially loving life. Right now. There was a new three point record in the NCAA tournament. And it broke the one that used to be held by NBA champs Steph curry of the Golden State Warriors here in Oakland. And he is a big reason why successful three point shots in the NBA have increased for the last seven years straight and a couple of years ago. Brag time I actually talked to Steph curry, and I asked him whether he thinks the three pointer just has a better economic return to think about it too much own the court just do what I do. Haven't done the Vance analytics on it does make sense. Now, someone has done those advanced analytics, Dr Rachel mardi pike has used a combination of high resolution video and artificial intelligence to determine how athletes can sink more three pointers. Welcome to the program. So great to be here. How do you go about studying pow to make more three pointers? Yeah. So we've looked three pointers in a new high resolution way where we can look at how the ball is actually going through the air. So we can understand why players miss. So the group that I work for the company, I work with is called Noah basketball, and they've put the sensor of of the basket that tracking who's taking the shot with facial recognition where that shots taken from whether the shot makes it or MRs and then how the shot either makes her missus, and we can use that in order to train algorithms that better predict who would be a good shooter in the long run. Then we could simply with shooting percentage, which is really cool, advancement and. Gives tremendous power to general managers and coaches as they're selecting players for their roster, which is interesting because you know, I'm sure that every Golden State Warriors fan at him would want to tell you that Steph. Curry is a magical genius, right or Klay. Thompson has a skill. That can never be replicated. But we are saying is it's like golf, right? It's something you can practice you could really work towards us. Oh, you can definitely practice that doesn't mean it's easy. But there's a quantitative goal to get to for. Sure. Do you feel like managers and coaches will look at this research and say we want to invest this time and money into getting players to be better at three pointers because we get more points out of it. Yeah. We've seen this tremendous shift over the last decade or two decades where players are going from shooting a lot of mid-range shots to shooting. Many more three pointers and short twos. Simply because we just have a higher return points per possession in no MBA general manager coach is going to give up those precious points. Everyone's trying to get that edge. And then what does it mean for fans on the one hand people love high scoring games? But on the other hand, you know, I it's controversial that there are too many attempted and failed three pointers and that that can ruin the game. What's your view on that? And whether this trend will make fans more likely to tune in and thereby make money for those teams to I think there's an economic benefit for it shooting. More three pointers speeds up the game, which as we become more and more attention deficit culture that is a benefit for the NBA. But also it opens up the lane. So we get more interesting one on one game. With open space in the middle of the key. And so I think all around four players and for fans, I think it's really a benefit to the game. What made you want to study the three pointer in this way is there like an appetite now for kids who are going into college, and they're trying to become specialists. Yeah. I I mean, everyone's picking up on this trend of may want to be the best three point shooter as a clear player myself. I love shooting the three, but I think what really brought about this research was the availability of the tech to measure shots in high resolution, and so we've seen this trend of moving to more and more three pointers, but we've never really been able to understand what makes it good three point shooter beyond just shooting percentage. And now we can understand why players miss and we can predict how they will improve. And this merging of artificial intelligence. In basketball is a really powerful thing in really promising for the future of the sport. Dr. Rachel, mardi pike is a data scientist with the basketball. Politic's company, Noah basketball, and a former NCW athlete. Thanks so much for coming on. So great to be here. Thank you. From time to time we have a series here called my economy stories about people making a go of it in this economy. And for the latest installment the story of a budding entrepreneur, my name is MAURICE Harris. And I am the owner of bloom implem- coffee located here in echo park in Los Angeles, California. By lived there. For fifteen years, I've seen rapid change happening in the neighborhood buildings going up left and right. And I was just like my neighborhood is changing, and I can either be a part of the solution or just complain about. My first business, which is why ours is an extremely luxurious business are opening price point for arrangements. It's two hundred dollars plus delivery. I mean, I can't afford that. And I own the business, then I was thinking about okay, but like a five dollar lot day. That's approachable. My brother came aboard. And it was like, I think this is actually a good idea. And he started a whole business plan. That was flawless and beautiful at amazing. I mean, I'm saying that. But like was it. I think it was actually of. Of. Now, nobody tells you. Like, your business plant is just a plan when you get into reality, and you bust open walls and the city and the health department and building and safety come through to do their inspections. You have no idea what they're going to say or what's going to happen. And so whatever your business plan is you should probably have at lease forty percent more resources available to you. Because your project is never even kinda gonna come close to what you think it's going to be. The biggest frustration of the whole project was the electric city. The city required us to upgrade the whole building. Not just our space that came with an eleven month delay just right there period. No answers stop project. We were supposed to open up December of two thousand seventeen than we were supposed to open up winter of twenty eighteen then it was supposed to be April. I was very conscientious about wanting the space to be a place where everybody can go and everybody can afford it. But with an eleven month delay what happens to your price point of what you're selling that immediately has to go back to the customer because now we have all these loans to pay we have all these employees to pay and our reserve has just like literally been deleted by that eleven month delay. We want our price point to be engaging. So that everybody feels like wow. This is a good value. It's not just like some fancy place that forgets about all the people that are here, but that has been a really really tricky equation to figure out because of money. How great is MAURICE and this series only works with your help. Let us know. How your economy is doing at marketplace dot org? This final note on the way out today. I am just making this a shameless Oakland show because if I've inspired you with our rap history in our basketball lore. No that Oakland is also known for lake Merritt a man made lake surrounded by a park that features gondola rides was singing gondoliers. I even know one of them. Anyway, the gondola company gondolas or be CO also runs along the Napa river in Napa Valley and has just put itself up for sale pricing is unknown. But hey, make an offer. All right. They're not gonna let me do this anymore today. The Dow gained forty points one tenth percent. The NASDAQ climbed forty six points that's half a percent, the S and P five hundred advanced thirteen points four tenths percent. Our theme music was composed by J Liederman. Marketplace's executive producer is Nancy for golly. Our executive editor is Evelyn the Rubia. Deborah Clark is the senior vice president and general manager. And I am Molly would have a great weekend. Don't worry ties back on Monday. This is APN. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the alliance for lifetime. Income annuities can offer a safeguard of protected monthly income for the rest of your life and provide security and peace of mind in retirement. 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11 Trivia Questions on Saved by the Bell

Trivia With Budds

09:38 min | 3 months ago

11 Trivia Questions on Saved by the Bell

"It's all right because I'm saved by the bell. I've got eleven questions for you on the hit show from the nineties. This is trivia with buds are known and welcome to another episode of the Trivia. With Buds. Podcast I'm your host Ryan Buds. Thank you so much for checking out the show and thank you so much for joining me on facebook every night for the last thirty days to play a two hour. Five Round Trivia night right on. Facebook live man. We've had some really good shows. Some really cool guests and just a ton of fun every night guys if you want to play a full. Interactive Trivia. Come find me. I have maxed out my friends at five thousand on my personal page for Ryan Buds. But you can still like my trivia page which is slash trivia with buds facebook dot com slash trivia with buds. And get some likes. Go in there and you can watch the show on either platform on facebook my personal or facebook business page every night at seven. Pm Pacific you can also see a schedule of all the shows. I'm doing in the topics all week. Long over at Trivia with BUDS DOT COM. Scroll down to events and you could see some fun ones. We have coming up like Cobra. Kai and the karate kid trilogy coming up this Friday my friend. Jason Coleman a huge fan of credit kid and Cobra Kai and he said. Hey if I pay you. Will you do that as a topic? I said Yep for sure so. That'll be a really fun. One and tagged the Creator of the show Cobra Kai in his post promoting that. I'm doing that so that would be really cool. If the creator of Cobra Kai comes and place with us so if you like those kinds of things go to my website. Rsvp for a bonus point again that's trivia with BUDS DOT COM. Today's episode is all about saved by the bell and I use this for ninety S. TV Trivia night. I did a couple of weeks ago and I had my friend. Ed Garcia who played Johnny Dakota on saved by the Bell? Do a little split screen action. He talked about playing this character. Who offers the gang POT FOR THE FIRST TIME? It was a big say. No To drugs episode. Nbc for saved by the Bell and he got to play that one role because he was dating. Tiffany amber thesis at the time. And this guy. He is a great dance instructor and actor and he lives around. Laverne California and play Trivia with me on Tuesday nights at Lord's Burg Tap House from eight to ten PM when the world opens backup. If you WANNA come play with us there you can still get food to go food. And Beers to go lawrenceburg tap house in Laverne and they make really good stuff so stop by and say hello. Tell Him Buds. -centia alright guys. We're going to jump into today's episode. It is all about saved by the bell. Eleven questions right now. Here we go save by the BELL TRIVIA GUYS QUESTION NUMBER. One here it is. What is Lisa's last name on the show the character of Lisa? What is her last name on saved by the Bell Number One question to which celebrity radio? Dj made a cameo in the first episode of the official saved by the bell series number two which celebrity and Radio. Dj made a cameo in the first episode of saved by the Bell number. Two number three. What is the name of the fictional band portrayed in Iraqi memory style season three episode number three? What is the name of the fictional band portrayed in a rocky mannerist style season three episode question before? What did slater crash into while driving the driver's Ed car injuring Kelly's head in the process number four? What did slater crash into while driving the driver's Ed car injuring Kelly's head in the process? Number for question number five. What actress played screeches? Love Interest Violet on saved by the bell number. Five who played screeches love interest violet about halfway through this quiz on SB TB. Here's number six. What other high school was. Bayside biggest rival was the name of that other high school biggest rival number six question. For Seven Zach Convinces Lisa to go on. A date with Jesse's evil stepbrother. Eric by promising our tickets to see which musical act was it. Mc Hammer Paula Abdul or you to number seven. Zach convinces Lisa to go on. A date with Jesse's Evil Eric by promising her tickets to see what musical act was it. Mc Hammer Paula Abdul for you to question number eight. What color do students fingers turn when they wear the fake class rings? Zach BUYS FROM CON ARTIST GEM Diamond Number Eight. What color do students fingers turn when they wear the fake class rings Zach buys from a CON ARTIST NAMED GEM Diamond Number? Eight question number nine on season three the crew all get summer jobs at the Blank Sands Beach Resort. Fill in that blank number nine on season. Three two crew. I'll get summer jobs at the blank. Sands Beach resort number. Nine two questions left number ten max the owner of the Max would chat with the characters and usually perform want number ten. Max the owner of the Max would chat with the characters and usually perform what number ten and the bonus for two points saved by the bell. Bonus question for two points. What Song Did screech Zach slater lip sync to in their version of the risky business? Underwear dance number eleven for two points. What Song did Screech Zack? And slater lip sync to and their version of the risky business underwear dance. Those are all your questions for saved by the Bell Trivia. Hobie had fun playing along with the gang from the Max. We'll be right back in just a second with the gnarly answers. We are back with answers to save by the Bell Tribus. Let's see how you guys did on this quick round on the show number one. What is Lisa's last name in the show her name is Lisa? Turtle played by Lark voorhees number one Lisa turtle number two which celebrity radio. Dj made a cameo in the first episode of the official saved by the bell. That was Casey Kasem late. Great Casey Kasem number three. What is the name of the fictional ban portrayed in Iraq style season three episode that Izzak attack Zack's Band Zach attack? I think Casey Kasem on that episode to number three Zapotec Number Four. What did slater crash into while driving the driver's Ed car injuring Kelly's head in the process? That was the lockers that main centerpiece for the hallway. The lockers number four number five. Who played screeches love interest violent that was Aaron spelling the producers daughter. You might have heard of her Tori spelling Donna from nine to one number five Tori spelling number six. What was the other high school? That was bayside biggest rival. They were called Valley Valley high number six number. Seven Zach Convinces Lisa to go on a date with Jesse's evil stepbrother Eric. I don't remember this. I don't remember the evil stepbrother. Part but he promises her tickets to see which musical act the answer was. Mc HAMMER MC hammer. I don't think he ever gives her the tickets number eight. What color do students fingers turn when they wear the fake class rings? Zach buys from CON ARTISTS GEM diamond. They turn green number eight to green and number nine on season three of the crew. All get summer jobs at the Malibu Sands Resort Sands Beach resort number. Nine the Malibu Sands Beach resort. And pretend Max the owner of the Max would chat with the characters and usually perform magic tricks. He was a magician. I think he's still a working magician. Max Number Ten and the bonus for two points. What Song did Screech Zack? And Slater Lips to in their version of the risky business underwear dance. I think in the real movie. It's old time rock and roll from Bob Seger but in the show they do Barbara Ann. Barbara Oldie Song Barbara. And that was the answer there for two points. And there you have guys a fun little episode on saved by the Bell if you WanNa Watch more fun content. Go Watch Zack Morris. Being a jerk. I think it's called. Zack Morris is in a whole Zack. Morris is a jerk. Something like that college humor. I think made it. And it's all about how. Zack Morris is just like this terrible person so go watch that out. Maybe it's called Zack. Morris is trash that might be what it's called but it's very funny so go back and give that a watch give it a search all right. We have one more question for you. It's called the question of the day and that question today is coming to you from me and the question is besides vegetable oil. What's the other main ingredient in mayonnaise? Tweet your answer. It Ryan buds or email Ryan buds gmail.com to be eligible for a prize. Yesterday's question the answer was witchcraft. For what they executed the first person for in sixteen ninety two over in Salem and Trivia team name of the day is marquee mark and the funky bunches of Oats Marky mark and the funky bunches of oats. Use that next time. You play team Trivia. Thank you guys so much for listening. 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Hour 1: Tipping

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

Hour 1: Tipping

"This is the Dan Le Batard show with this to spot casts. So Charles Barkley is on, Dan, Patrick saying, nobody knows anything about free agent movement. Not even the players know what they're going to do yet. But yesterday, you had the rare and suspicious, both Colin cowherd. And Stephen a Smith saying they are hearing strongly kyri Irving to Brooklyn. And so it begins. That is rare that you get to a to gas bag special on of them saying on the same day, inexplicably on June fourth both of them saying, Kyrie Irving to Brooklyn, but who said it I, I think, Colin, Det, whoa, all. While sharing the same sentiment. No one knows what Irving, it's thinking. But it seems like several people know what Irving, it's thinking at the same moment, if they all have their report, there's only one person in sports or no one knows what they're thinking. And it's Leonard. Could it be that they heard from each other? Well, no. Here's why. Maybe your theory has some credence in this respect cowherd was only willing to go as far as seventy five percent. Stephen, I went all in Stephen wasn't messing around with percentage. That's how you do it. That's why he's the goat. Stephen had the greatest comment ever, he said, Kevin Durant is ninety five percent gonna go to New York unless he changes his mind. Well, one of the funny stories I, I wonder how many people even remember this because it was great before LeBron James televised, special and before all of this became the norm in the NBA in two thousand and ten I was just hearing very strongly in Miami. I was hearing from a number of different people that LeBron was coming here, but I was scared of it because nobody knew what anybody was doing. And so Steven Smith, actually said and I said, as well he's coming to Miami. And I was watching television with fear that night. When Stephen a minutes before the TV show, starch just starts tweeting out. I'm here in a lot of crazy things. There's a lot of smoke. It's crazy out there people. Forget the hedge. He had a few seconds beforehand. And then we talked to him afterward and he said, that's the most. Scared. He's ever been reporting anything and he said he'd never do it again. And last night he saying Cairo Ving Brooklyn right back in the game. He forgot evidently forgot what he said in two thousand ten because it's the only time I've heard Stephen a admit to being scared gotta taste that. Hi, Dan, you can't say no. I wanted to talk because you guys were talking about tipping during the local hour. Did you see what happened with the CEO of Hilton know what happened he refuses to tip, housekeeping? Really is that a precedent thing? Well, this is what I wanted to get in with two with you guys because I don't even know what the rules are without housekeeping but he was shamed. I give money to housekeeping when I remember to do it before I leave, but I also don't feel like everyone does that I don't feel like you're obligated to leave money for, for housekeeping you go to a hotel you play a lot. You pay a lot of money to start with you pay a lot of ridiculous resort taxes. I feel like my room at the very least should be cleaned every day. Now, I'm sure that you leave it in horrific conditions. I like the tip housekeeping often put Mr.. Yeah. And I often put do not disturb on the doors anyways, because I don't want my I mean my stuff made everyday for me. And I'll still tip the housekeeper at the end even if I don't that's like saying that you go to a restaurant, and their job is to serve you food. So you don't tip the servers Bill. When I go pick up food from a restaurant pickup, okay, not delivered pickup. Do you feel obligated to leave a couple of dollars when you pick up your? Food dinner really for what's your not tipping people? Because you're making your own beds to God. It's like you're not taking care of the room yourself. You never worked in the service industry. Yeah. I worked in retail not service. Okay. Victoria's Secret where they do not tip. Sometimes sometimes, if I had to take a lot of lotions to the car, I got put it on the Dalai. The reason why ask is because your generous when it comes to tipping, and that's usually falls in line with someone that's worked in the service industry. I kind of feel a little shamed right now because I don't tip housekeepers. I don't know if that's an established on the poll at lebatardshow. Do you tip housekeepers because I really don't know what the rule is here. This is my thing. If you're the CEO of Hilton, you should always housekeeping because you're the CEO I make a lot of money, second of all, that's called being a great boss. You want all the people who work at Hilton yell. I'm glad I work for this couple of you know what's gonna happen now all the housekeepers going to marry baby bomb. Boy, at the at the very least you should encourage it. Even if you don't do it yourself. I am with you. You should say that, though. I mean because he did he made nineteen point eight million dollars last year. But a Hilton spokesperson, okay? Let's call the Michael Ryan is quoted as saying it's Chris's view that every Hilton team member works hard rather than selectively rewards. Some team members he is focused on providing meaningful economic opportunities for all four hundred thousand team members. That's why Hilton is the number one place to work in the US and number two in the world is voted on by own employees. Hell, all right. Right. That's ridiculous. What if someone takes a bellboy takes his stuff? He doesn't hit that person, either. Like this guy just sounds like a cheapskate to me, it matters, what their salary is like people that work at restaurants. Their salary is small. So the tipping is what they make a bulk of their own easing. Housekeepers make no, I don't know. I don't know. But I think that they, I was under the assumption that they had just a salary, and it wasn't like a low one that they get paid to do their job. And that you don't have to their housekeeping fees with your hotel, Bill, a believe that there are thing that's going to them. I don't know where it's going, I think going. Going to that percentage of it goes year saying that, but you don't know you don't know where I know people who have been housekeepers are hotels living lavish lie. No there they have a special parking lot, where they parked their Mercedes, and then they walk in. I'm not saying they're living lavish. Did. She shopped at a dollar store, and if they're making a similar salary to the electricity or to the cooks at that hotel, they're all making a similar salary. Why does the Kaos keeper get extra money? Well, there's a time and place. I feel like like cruise when I'm on a week long. Cruise I will leave money for hausky? Yeah. There's an envelope wanna cruise ideas hundred percent. But there's an envelope for it without that, that being out there. You probably don't do it got maids needs to prepare an envelope. You remember that guy who got sued or whatever that we talked about that in his neighborhood kept putting during the holidays a note in people's boxes, calling himself, the mailman like the nickname, the mailman and he wasn't the mailman Malone and people? People were leaving him tips. There's some, some stugatz housekeeping needs to go in there with an envelope at it has the word tips spelled incorrectly. Can we put this on the poll because I, I know that some people I am familiar with the concept of leaving money for the housekeeper. But I also thought it's not something that's commonplace, therefore, I don't feel the need to do it. But I kind of feel shamed by just how does it all the time. And it's sort of an established thing with him how many people do this. I don't know the answer that, that's why I'm asking America because Mike, you're just learning. Now, you're just learning that there are people who tip, housekeeping that, that might be a thing that you should have been doing all your life and didn't know that you wasn't surprising when I heard that you did it but you're also rolling in it. Why also a rate like I don't have a set thing, and it depends on how many days but it's, it's a really if you divided by the number of days, it's not that much that they're getting to do it by feel is there like a feel effect meeting. What if you're at the hotel you come back? Three in the afternoon and your room still not ready still not cleaned. I still even a tip. Well, I told you a lot of days, I just put do not disturb so they don't do it. A lot of times the feel. What cash in my wallet? It's another problem for me. I never carry cash. 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Hell, you talking to these live our show with this two guys on ESPN radio needs to a game down low the vivid seats app and enter promo code champs at checkout to get ten percent off your first order. Don't buy just any sleep. Get a vivid seat. Stugatz came in here today. And he had done research. He had a couple of topics that on I know I know I wouldn't be called research. I'm gonna tell the audience what it is in a second. But before I do that Billy famously said here recently that going into the woods was a white people thing to do, and that he didn't wanna go risk, looking at some trees, if it meant he could get laws for two weeks or eaten by a bear. And Chris, I saw that you liked something on Twitter. A hiker helicopter rescued. Okay. Now, I want you to imagine what that looks like what that feels like the relief of a hiker being helicopter rescued after, you know, needing to be on one of those stretchers planks, or whatever those things are that would be below the helicopter as it picks you up and flew away a basket. Whatever it is. Chris, you wanna tell the people what you saw the harrowing details of what happened next because, like, oh, Bill. You saw two it was horrible. I still have motion sickness. I wanna see if Alison can get us that person on the line, if that person is okay, because I want to hear what was worse being lost, or being rescued. I read the article and I didn't see anything about like an update on, if they were okay it was a seventy four year old woman, and she was being lifted by one of those like a stretcher on a string essentially, being lifted up and for some reason, I don't know whether it got caught in the propeller this lady. No. And it looked like it was going to happen. Yeah. It was spinning his point. The woman the woman on a stretcher being rescued was spinning, and she was spinning at about the speed of your blade. It looked like the strings going down got caught in something that was at the same pace as the helicopter. So she's literally helicoptering around and, and then I read seventy four years old. I was like, I hope she's ok right? She's kind of dangling like she spinning. She's not going up. I'm terrified she's not kind of dangling. She the whole thing is horrifying. It's it's horrifying video that I had not considered was possible. And now you're talking about somebody, my parents age, I think it was like an ankle injury to which like this must have been so much more traumatic than the initial injury. I live, not too far from this place pious to what peak. It's not a huge mountain. It's like a foothill people goal. She people go there for walks the fact that she got hurt. Bad enough. That she couldn't get down without helicopter rescue seemed a little excessive before you need a helicopter. She suffered a bad Emory man be pretty evident that she's seventy four that this isn't the most treacherous place. Go hiking. And this place is not acceptable to an ambulance. I think what we're all thinking here, maybe don't go hiking. If you're seventy four years old, right? I think. I was trying to think of strategies trying to think of strategies which I wouldn't get dizzy, which if you're moving at that pace, I would think try to focus on one propeller blade, right? Because then you're moving at the same pace. So everything's shouldn't be spending as much you guys ever do in your bedroom, where you try to look at the fan and you try to catch one thing I feel like going around ten though. Oh, I feel like. Top speed. You can't do that top speed. If it's a medium speed you can get a good little thing going where you're falling. So her spinning was reportedly caused by air. Turbulence on the helicopter's rotor about that. Gary hero. Put it on poll. Please his critic cat. This is a cat do come on you guys. They're done that. I do the time slows down. It's it feels like a superpower. More unnecessary thing to do. Request the helicopter in the foothills. Or I think it was eight years ago today. Get wheelchaired off the court like Paul Pierce. I think that today is the anniversary, which was that a shoulder injury. No, Dwayne Wade wheelchaired off with a shoulder injury. It was winter. Not fun. He was very painful. He was held out of action for several weeks after that Paul Pierce came right back. Right. Like a minute later. What a vigorous defence of doing wage wheel say do I went to greatest. We know this. Yes, my favorite urban legend about Paul Pierce injury with the wheelchairs, there wasn't an injury that he actually pooped his pants. What a great theory. No, I never heard this theory guys. Have never heard. I've never heard this. Good loss. Like a look. It's just too embarrassing question. Why didn't ask Paul the way that he was carried off? The court is not the way you wanna get carried off the court, if you poop, paying one person at one leg the other person had the other his, but was just out there for everybody wasn't he wearing was he wearing white Amman able to stain doesn't happen immediately takes time for to stay in the Senate. Compression shore. The way he was being carried off the court. I mean it would have flu like there would have been a flow down the leg. Seriously? Now would've Russian shorts now today in it in, you could see the compression shorts they were also white where they not. I love the, the just the grace in the face of panic of it takes a while to stain as if in front of a stadium full of people, you put yourself and then thank you know what? I've got some time here. I've got some time here before visible, staying run right off the court. You don't wait there and have people carry you off. So they can smell the pants. You want people to come up to you and smell your pants. Yeah. Is the most absurd theory. This is a stupid show a main, can you do me a favor of calling Paul Pearson, seeing if he will come on with us today to answer some questions. I believe that, like, well wish your happy anniversary of the time that he was wheelchaired off the court and will celebrate it with them. And we'll ask him all those questions you've been wanting to ask all these years later like who you got to think that, that carnet net just mocks the holy hell out of him for that, right? Don't you think they were so intense Garnett probably thinks he's a warrior for Putin fans? He left the game at sixty two fifty eight and came back at sixty two sixty two. There's a stain. There's a little stain. There's a little stain. Call Paul Pierce. We'll get to the bottom of this. I'll tell you what you call we call Michelle Beedle. Oh, you don't get bottom of it. Yeah. He's a journalist. So is Dan. Break out the red panties. We are Raisch baby and against God's has two topics. He brought in today rate. Eight. And I couldn't believe it. So I'm going to present them to you in the next segment, unless Paul Pierce calls in can we find out if that was eight years ago, was that eight years ago, is this, the anniversary of all Pierce, possibly pooping his pants donlevatar d-? How do people always go missing in the mountains? Don't go to the mountains. And by the way, I don't want to raise it. This is the most white people thing ever going missing in the middle of the mountains. It's the strangest thing you go by yourself. You don't take radio. You don't take a phone, you're missing for four days, and they find you like ten years, later covered in snow, and it's like don't go by yourself. If you're going to go on a trail, don't go by yourself. Stu gods? Put it on the poll. Is it the whitest person thing ever believe is what you call it going into the woods by yourself is going into the woods by yourself. I can't disagree with that. So, so black people don't camp, the people don't hike camp. Don't go onto the words. VC's donlevatar show with this Stu gods on ESPN radio. Is that MC hammer on I take if it is? Yeah. Forgot the lower callers collar up in see that the necktie with the raise collars, you try to make that thing. Or did he just forget? That's a thing. Forget that's good. Trying to make that a thing. Okay. So he's wearing a tie, and it looks ridiculous. Because the color of his shirt is up and so that you can see the whole time around around his neck as a timepiece. If you have that time, piece you're not someone who forgets to put his collar down, that has to be something he's going to forget, a single thing, of course. He's going for that look. And I gotta tell you looks good. No. That's a terrible luck tonight. That's super well-dressed. I mean, everything about the outfit is killing it except for the collar. Where's the financial line between when a watch is a watch? A watch is time piece, I think ten thousand dollars. But t so would say for five hundred you could do a timepiece. Yeah. T's, so's. Where that the, the line is. Yeah, what's it, Greg combined performance in traditional luxury? I'd say the line, right? So all than game ball leather, MC hammer was an Oakland as batboy along time ago before he became a, a rap star. So that is the link to Oakland in an hour and a half on ESPN. If you wanna see us get messy on a New York stage. We will be playing for you here on ESPN news from noon to one hour, I hesitate to call it a performance in quotes are performance at Grammercy hall where we did a fake live show. Grammercy theater in New York key, fine seen MC hammer on I take does give us the excuse plate at one time to got yelled at him. Oh, please. Yes. Of course, if you don't remember this. Oh, wow. This got something for every this goes back a decade. Okay. And I was I like them. See a hammer and I was just trying to interview him. I was actually excited you where you wanted to interview him about his deepest darkest moments. I was interviewing him about the time that he was famous. I thought. What I thought that's what it was that I was talking to him about or was, it spending that I was talking about spending handing out hundred dollar bills at a at a racetrack down here, he did that he was out hundred dollar Bill, but we were talking to a well past his prime. I mean it was twenty years behind him at that point. And you just wanted to stay there. NC hammer, Dan, have time for that. And God's like what the hell man? You're c- bleep in Hamburg. We wanna talk to you about that has got ever rushed to my defense more famously or better than he did right here hammer. Your most famous time was twenty years ago so naturally when people have you on the radio, they're going to want to talk about twenty years ago. You get that, right? Right. I'm just wondering if you get that because you're being rude on radio, and I'm just wondering if you get that you were if Italy more famous two decades ago then you work today, and that's what people wanna hear about. You are genius. Yes. No, no. It's still makes me win. It was protecting. You were but you were overzealous so thank you. But thanks, but no, thanks. Thank you. But as I hear it back, it makes me feel bad for for hammer. It makes me wince I wanna take a shower. One more time hammer. Your most famous time was twenty years ago. So naturally, when people have you on the radio, they're going to want to talk about twenty years ago. You get that, right? Right. Wondering if you get that, because you're being rude or radio show. And I'm just wondering if you get that you were if Italy more famous two decades ago then you work today. And that's what people wanna hear about. You are a genius. Yes. That last part, I side with hammer now I go to the laws. Yeah, I'm sorry. I was thanking you'll minute ago. But now I'm I'm on hammer's. Got caught up in the air man. It was defending being rude. Remember have route he was being to you. I remember being uncomfortable. I do remember that. So stugatz came in here today with two lists. I saw. And he says, he's got a third one. I don't wanna hear about the third one. I'm having a hard enough time deciding between the two I got. Mike. He said. That there are seven off season mistakes, that have been made in the NFL these seven biggest off season, whiffs in the NFL the four keys to tonight's mysterious basketball finals. You are listening to me for big questions that will decide this mysterious MBM's got disoriented me when you came in prepared with topics, and I'm sorry, I didn't get them. Exactly. Right. These aren't topics. They're just emails that Chuck sent the other one was still too early all stars that. Which sport baseball, who's on track for the mid summer classic. So I don't know what you guys want if you want all three if you just want one if you don't want any I understand whatever you want them here for you. I was leaning zero. A happy, seventy eighth birthday to Bob Kraft and happy birthday to him. I don't care. Good luck. It's not make it too happy. Mike. Ryan's drew. Nestle gal skips. Turns forty four years old today, exe- let's wish him a happy birthday as well. And while you're at it see if we've got a file to empty on big z, because he played one Gloria season here with the heat, and I remember making a lot of fun of him. Happy birthday to him. I don't care. Good luck. I'm very disappointed, Mike crime, because we do this show seat of the pants I thought for sure if I told you do we have a big z file, don't you think that we would have a big z file for all the fun? We had, it is expense. The one year he was with the Miami Heat that one year, the Miami thought they could just be Bosch. Wade. And lebron. And they just kept dragging in center after center who couldn't play anymore. I would think it's one of our largest files. Yes. What do you have back there? Mike. All I have is a big voice saying, gyms Orne Shinzo. That's all you have weird because I thought we empty that full there. So I have to delete that now you that's the only thing you have in the big z file Shinzo. I'm on. My I got a screen grab from a mutual friend of all of ours, which was got sending a text to the wrong person. Okay. So was thinking he was sending text one place, and he was accidents, sending it to a media member friend of ours. Now. Oh, so you know what this is that? I haven't front of me. I think I know it happens to be all the time. It could be one of several, but I think I know this particular one. Okay. So stugatz begins attacks that he means for someone else correction. I just searched zoo, drew the only other thing I have is a fifteen minute long interview we did with them in two thousand and ten. Got fifteen minutes. No. Thank you. Now, the file. So here is to God's texting because he needs something. Y'know exclamation point. Home all is well. Wow. Second word in typo. Home all is. Well, I mean, that's what his closest friends calm, can I just come in quickly with my daughter to people tonight in and out, sixty seventy minutes tops? This screen grab was me finding out your New York, by the way, the weirdest travel patterns now it was actually at home. The place is called has New York the name. Oh, but it's up in Boca. It's New York prime which is very near the name Nick. Right. Evidently on stugatz phone, Nick would is the guy who runs New York prime. Break out the red panties. We are rich baby. What happened? Billy just you're discussing my. Yeah. You're just. Just my friend man at Nick would Nick Woodman I played tennis with Nick, would I need a reservation me. And my daughter, taking her out for a nice steak dinner to celebrate that you graduated the ninth grade. And I sent to the Nick, right? You get the resing. And did you stay twice as long as you said you were going to? Sixty seventy minutes tops. I've never heard anyone describes the in and out sixty seventy minutes tops for dessert. Put it on put it on the poll at lebatardshow is in and out, sixty or seventy minute. Dan, we Allison's very good at her job. And she tracked on someone that can discuss what happened with the seventy four year old woman that was helicoptered out of the foothills in the Phoenix area. However, we can't get the lady on because hippo laws which I'm sure you're very familiar with being a hippo. Don't allow for her name to be released but we can get the captain of the Phoenix fire department can explain what happened there. All right. Let's do it. Next donlevatar Levy promoter head with us. What's going on with you? These days, not much, you know, just I see pin, so and America. Good. I knew Stu gods. And what are those crowds like? Clouds, these live at our show with this to God's own ESPN radio. So we were horrified about this video. We saw a seventy four year old woman spinning on the bottom of a rescue helicopter being pulled out of some either mountains or foothills. So Mark, Vanocur public information? Phoenix is going to explain to us what the hell happened here. Thank you for being on the show. What happened? Yeah, no problem guys. Thanks for having yesterday. We were called to rescue a seventy four year old female who had an injury from hiking. We normally this is a very routine operation for us, although era operations are, you know, definitely on the spectrum of a little bit more risky. But we do want to get that patient out of that situation, down the mountain, as soon as possible for our rescuers safety, and the hyper safety yesterday has probably saw video that bound bags started kind of spending, real fast, which is really, really uncomfortable for the patient, as you can imagine. But that patient was secured. There was no chance of her ever being per se thrown out, or or, you know, any any immediate dangerous such as that. So other than being very, very uncomfortable. She was airlifted to safety and our last reports are that she is showing. No ill-effects ongoing effects from the spinning just the leg injury from the hike how long was this comfort. And how would you describe the people what she was experiencing spinning spinning below the helicopter? Yeah. Well, you know spinning below the helicopter. It's kind of a looks probably more precarious than it is again. She's very safe. Very secure. Probably just a little scared because it was unexpected. You know, that was unexpected for us as well. It does happen. It was a perfect storm of some circumstances that, that we trained for and try to do everything we can to prevent it. But sometimes those downdraft just kinda just kinda catch us, the right way and, and that happens. So I'm sure she was experiencing, probably a little fear, and probably a little dizziness. And, and, you know, there's very little communication when you're hanging below a helicopter. But the main thing is, is that she was never unsafe at any time. And our crews got her down that mountain expeditiously and got her to say the over to us. But once he got to the helicopter did she carseat your people. I, I do not know of any vote guaratees being exchanged, I am unaware. I it's not sure though so I would have to probably do a little bit more research. Or how long was she spinning? You know, no more than probably five to seven minutes. But I'm sure it felt like a lot longer to her whole Mike. Oh my God. Seven minutes. I made Mark what causes that. Again, it's a perfect storm some conditions. We use tagline which are ropes attached to the patients from the ground, we're lifting her. You know, those down, as you can imagine Santa underneath the helicopter you ever even been near one. You can you've, you can probably imagine all those downdraft and just a perfect storm of maybe some other wind conditions and terrain, and, and, you know, sometimes even with all of our safety precautions in place, we don't sometimes these rescues. Don't go as planned both for the rescuer and for the and for our rescuers. So the main thing is everybody was, nobody was in any of media life threatening danger at that at that point in time. So to get her down that mountain airlifted out of her situation and down on the ground was important to us, and we were able to accomplish that again with a little unexpected this comfort. We, we are going to end on that note, because we've got less than a minute left five. Seven minutes is alarming to me how fast was she spinning how do you have any idea miles per hour? How fast she was spending? I couldn't even tell you, but I can't tell you that, that five minute Mark is, is pretty expeditious when you're getting air lifted off a mountain and, you know, we don't just bring these patients, we don't just airlift them from a point of where they were injured to a point where, you know, they would have to we brought that patient all the way down to a waiting ambulance, where we could bring a right to the hospital, which is a little bit of an air ride. So that five minutes, Mark was really is not really, you know that big of a deal for us. We got her down with. Thank listen. It's great work. Congratulations to you. Thank you, Mark. We appreciate your time. That was uncomfortable. Yes that was uncomfortable. Five seven minute. Coldly bleed.

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Riddle Me This + Bobby Recaps His MC Hammer DWTS Routine + Adam Hambrick Stops By

The Bobby Bones Show

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Riddle Me This + Bobby Recaps His MC Hammer DWTS Routine + Adam Hambrick Stops By

"Your buddy miss the bombing. Transmitting across America. Is about. Right. Look at us back again, Tuesday Comores. Oh. Thank you. Go, we're, we're all spread out back in Nashville and Amy is an Austin. As soon as I come back, Amy leaves again, your dad's still? Yeah. Yeah, Sadam ac- but yeah, I got to be here, but like ships passing in the night as they say. That's right. In hammer. Right. Last night was dancing with the stars. I moved on another week and here's the beauty we can get into later. Here's the beauty well end, the bad. I got seven, six, seven on the scores, but the scores go away immediately if you make it through, they go away. Immediately. The only carries over is the fan vote and then your scores the next week. So that's what it is every week. So I moved on. My scores are going, the fan vote. Vamps. I'm going to tell you the two, honestly, I thought I was better than the scores. They gave me and I would never say that, but in believe I didn't miss a single step. So. I guess I'm just not a good dancer. That's what it comes down to. Maybe. How'd you feel about my dance last night? It was awesome that you the great utterly know what the judges are doing, what their numbers. So that part I don't really pay too. I just go by, I think. And I thought you awesome. I mean, fun so much fun doing the hammer dance, right? I mean, everything about it was super cool, and I feel like you're just making the best memories and I love watching. You have fun. So I really don't care at this. I mean, I want you to win, but at this point you've made it so far in and I'm seeing how much fun you're having that, like if you end up losing like, who cares? You just had so much fun. Put the outfit that I wore last night on hold. So I combine when this season's over put on a man again, but in my house. Like a Hard Rock Cafe when you walk in? Gosh, I know it was. I loved MC hammer as a kid by the way, I'm on the stars dance last night to you. Can't touch this maybe heard this song before, you know, can't touch this hit that song Moondog have. So. So that would. As fun. Fun. Let's get started today. Appreciate you being here. Lunchbox. Good. I'm doing good man. I'm probably good job last night. Jake. So man, I think those judges. I don't know if they have indebted against you, but I think they try to start. I'll thoughts. Okay. I'm interested to know about this later because I, you know, you never know lunchbox he come on and tell me how terrible or Mehta. Interesting. Eddie. Just in a word that who good last night or no one word? Yes. You did. Awesome. That's that's like five hours do not. Bobby bones show or produce Muno congrats to bones last night on dancing with the stars. He moved on to the next week in lottery news to Megan millions is tonight fourth largest jackpot ever. Six hundred fifty four million and finally in sports Milwaukee, Brewers beat the Los Angeles. Dodgers four zero in l. e. the best of seven series. Shoot one. Show was talking about yesterday going to that Drake concert. Gonna weird because the only a quarter of a song and then he would talk. They play the next song and be like, hey, full song. That's the one I know a lot of people were, and that's Jimmy about that. I forgot that Drake was Canadian until he started singing. Because that's all about Toronto. Drake is Canadian now, just like, I don't think Justin bieber's Canadian play some Drake formula. I'm here. Let me see if I hear the Canadian in him. Give you two celebrities aim. You tell me which ones Canadian. Okay to them. Here we go. Jake Jilin hall or Ryan Reynolds. One of them's Canadian, Jake Jilin hall or Ryan Reynolds, Ryan Reynolds, correct. How about Ryan Gosling or Leonardo DiCaprio, one of Canadian, what Ryan Gosling or Leonardo DiCaprio. I guess Ryan Gosling, but I didn't know both the hot Ryan's were Canadian Ryan Gosling from Ontario correct. How about nNcholas cage or Kiana Reeves? One of them is Canadian. I'm gonna go with. Jonah Reeves, correct. Kiana some candidate from day rue, Lebanon, Lebanon, Lebanon, Jim Carey, or Ben Stiller. Jim Carey, correct. Your nail. These give tough one. Both our friends actors, Matthew Perry, who played Chandler more Matt LeBlanc who play Joey now all a friends or American. Oh, your heart. Are you real. Perry or Matt LeBlanc. So Chandler, Joey, which one did say Chandler, Joey, which ones from Canada, jelly Chan. Thanks Monica there. Okay. Yeah, cellini on our share easy yet. Craig. Candida I went up because our show is on a lot of Canadian city. Someone of Toronto once and it was the only time I've been to Canada, but dated a Canadian for longtime. And never went kind of sore spot that I went for work, but never went for our relationship, which probably while I'm not in a relationship anymore. Hey, too. Yeah. Go ahead. What are you going to say? Well, you said it yourself. I mean, it is your priorities, not priorities. I think I was scared. I was scared because if I go up and already knew her family, but if I went up, I felt like that pro that because I was such a baby and it was so scared of further commitment that if I did that, that was really a big step and I don't. I was just not mature enough valid. I'll give you that. I'm actually addressing my flaws. I see that I wish I would have handled a differently and I will handle it differently for now on. I would go to Canada for all my girlfriends for now on either Canadian or not. We're just going to Canada. Sweet. I'm sure your ex girlfriend will love that. So excited about today's show. One of my favorite new artists, Adam Hamburg coming up about an hour and a half or so he's gonna play. He wrote how not to for Dannon shea. He wrote somebody else will from Justin more so good. He's gonna come up. I'm such a big country music fan and historian, and that's why we do the segment called this day and country music. The Bobby Jones show this day. Way. You know what they call me at he, right? Yeah, country music's youngest historian, yeah, which I mean, I'm okay with it. I guess I'll accept that. But on this day, nineteen eighty-two Dali pardon had number one country song with, I will always love you. Here you go. Now, are you ready for the big twist? Yes, back in nineteen eighty two. It was the second time she made this song number one, the original time number one was nineteen seventy four. So she made it go number one twice. That's right. Wow. She re recorded for the soundtrack of the movie the best little whorehouse in Texas. And so I when number one second time, what movie soundtrack when number one again, the only other song that's done that is chubby checker, the twist. Maybe you'll know this song right here we go. Was number one in nineteen sixty and again in nineteen sixty two. So yeah, deli. Pardon plenty. Some more. I will always love you. This. Listen, how beautiful this. Then you may know Whitney Houston, recorded the big powerful version for the bodyguard. It's been fourteen weeks at number one making one of the best selling singles of all time and Whitney Houston. I always love you. The boom here here. That's it. On this day country music. That's that, right? There's why love this show because I can break it down and go deep into music history. Do you like that segment Amy or no guy? Do I feel like I always learn something love. From Nashville in Hollywood's thirty seconds, skinny. Eric church says that his son was the inspiration behind his song monsters. The song came to him when his son needed some comfort in a little more light during bedtime. That song vacuum a first Munster when pay play the song. I like that one here. Him. First Munster would ask seven years old. He mailed butter ima bathroom siege, they walk. I listened. I was asking my answer story of the day. What I'm listening to right now that song heart like oil from Eric church, this whole record, love it. Most of it, there are a couple songs that I just don't love, but you never get a record with every song. You love the rattlesnakes slow weird to me rattlesnakes say to go to where they decided to walk down trains what? Yeah. Yeah, otherwise it's fantastic album. That one in the KC Musk's record probably my favorite two of the year. All right. What else to Blake? Shelton christianson dozen Lynch, and Eddie Montgomery were announced his artists performing at Troy gentry's foundation launch party on January ninth at the parental operate. Good for them. Anything else? Morgan. Two, yeah. Bright young is the new phase of clothing line William rast. He's modeling the fall, twenty eighteen line. It's a clothing brand that was co founded by Justin Timberlake. Due to bad, it doesn't then going for him, looks his singing. He's nights guys, tall guys out a lot time totally school to choose by now. It's probably Rafu. It's roughly and bright young. He's good due to its. We say that a love. All right. That's mortgage debt it yet. Number two, that's getting time for the good news. Too good one here Taylor Lewan Amy. He plays up its blind for the Tennessee titans. He's six foot seven, three hundred, nine pounds. A lot of men right there. A family in Nashville discovered. He also has a big harp not just his body but like an soul because his happen, he's at target and he bumped into them, hey, what's your story? They told him and he helped fill their car with food clothes. School supplies, poked him all up. It was all spontaneous. And another customer took a photo or no one ever known like it wasn't something that appear team put out another customer targeting a photo posted on social media, and then he commented on it because someone else caught him doing but caught him in the best way. Isn't that awesome? Levitt, loveth Taylor Lewan shoutout. That's what's all about right there. This story comes from New Orleans, Louisiana, hey, man, that works at the US. Post office had about six hundred thousand dollars in gambling debts. You like, man, how may I going to get out of this? He stole six hundred thirty thousand dollars worth of stamps and was selling them online. Oh, wow. How do you still those headache access them? And he stamps just over three year period. He was keeping them keeping keeping them wow and selling them online. Yes, that's a lot of work like think of all the stance you get about a mail them off? No. Oh. All right. Thank you that your boneheads store the day. Time for a game called riddle me. That's right. They game sweeping the nation, riddle me this. What I will do is I will give you a kids rental. All you have to do is get it right. And if you win, you get the prize where you also get to go riddle. Me. Riddle. Number one, everybody ready, Amy, lunchbox producer, Attie ready. Riddle. Number one, people make me keep me change. Me raise me even though I can be very dirty. What am I riddle me this. I'll read one more time. People make me keep me changing. Me raise me even though I can be very dirty. What am I. This, I'm in men. I'm in for the win. All right, Amy, lunchbox secrets, Eddie money, money, money, money. The answer is money. Raise me young there you go me next up redo. Ambling your plan poker raise you? Yeah. Okay. What has thirteen hearts? But no other organs. Loretto. For you. What has thirteen hearts, but no other organs. I'm in. I'm in for the win waiting on you, Amy riddle down. Here's the music again, riddle me. Decca cards. Ooh, Eddie. A deck of cards who Amy dagga guards, oh three of you? Three for three. Okay. Okay. Okay. One more question. What is lighter than a feather, but the world strongest man can't hold it for long. What is lighter than a feather, but the world's strongest man can't hold it for long. What is lighter than a feather. But the world's strongest man can't hold it for long. And then I'm Amy, looks confident I'm in for the wind. I'm in Amy Nettie tied by the way. Let's go to lunch box. He stays in the game. Let's rock breath breath is correct. Take the next one, right? You walk into the lead with Amy. Go ahead, Eddie? Okay. Okay. So I wrote air. No, that's not it. I'm sorry. It's hold your breath. It's not air, Amy. If you wrote breath through the winner, what did you write? Amy, your answer. There. She goes. All right. Amy for your prize. Do you now get to do the riddle me this chant? Go ahead. Amy has two kids are eleven and eight in this is really the first school year. They've spent with them because they've been in America for a year. So it's all new. This is all twenty eighteen new stuff for me being a mom and like having kids in school and knowing school schedules and what they're up to. And yeah, yeah. All new. You had no idea fall break existed, no idea. Because when I was in school where I grew up, we just had spring break, but apparently in Nashville, there's a sink called fall break, which a head no idea like I didn't really pay attention to the school calendar that, well, it was kind of just sprung up on us both my husband and I were like, what. Hey, wallow, the kids are out of school for a week, like right now. And I started think like, wow, like parents that work. They gotta figure out summer. They gotta figure out fall break, Christmas break, spring, break, all the breaks. Like all the breaks, my husband ever not prepared for this. And yeah, here we are in fall break. So. So what does that mean though? Because we didn't have fall break for a whole week means those school parents. Some people take it means spring break, but in full three weeks always been a thing right? Like so we expect it a fall rake. This is I just don't feel like it's universally think so. When did you find out though? Because it still sounds like you're still in shock? Yeah, like a found that like yesterday. Basically a week before fall break. I found out there's, I mean, we, we shifted our entire schedule because of it. My husband had a work trip. I wasn't originally going to be with my dad, but then he can't go on a work trip and then I'm home with the kids and working anyway. Then my dad ended up meeting help and I was like, forget it. The whole family loaded up fall break in Austin, Texas still have to work. I'm still working, but then my, yeah, my husband changed his schedule and then we're just, yeah, I have no idea. I did not know thing and yes, I'm not annoyed, but I do appreciate school. You mean you appreciate when your kids are looked after while you can do your thing. I appreciate them learning like see when they take a break from education, and I just see how good it is for them. So yeah, I, my kids are cool. Like, I don't mind hanging out with them, but it is like a thing of we had to readjust our entire schedule, which obviously will do there are kids and we love them, but it definitely should know fall rake was the thing, and I definitely do enjoy them getting an education. It's funny. I was faced with Amy as I was in California, and she was in Nashville and your kids are still working on their English and you understand everything they're saying, I don't. Yeah, they're still in that English slash Creole stage. Yeah. Well, it's not so much that they use the krill anymore. They just use the wrong English, but their accents are. So cream accents are thick for sure. And they just mix up words a lot or they don't know the words. They just make up an English word. And then like sometime sees like parents kids as my job to dissect it and figure it out, which I have mastered. And yeah, you, yeah, you not so much, but, but it's okay Bill get there. I can't wait for it to be a year or two years and see how they flourished already flourishing crazy. I know you see it every day every day, but but when I'm gone for a while and see them again and they're so comfortable, it's pretty cool to see. Maybe she more if they were in school this week, that's true of no fall break. Flourish on the crap out of it. Show John Mayer's forty first birthday today. He's my favorite artists him and Garth Brooks, my favorite artists. He seems a lot younger, right. I mean, you seems our age, but our friends, my husband's forty one. So like, yeah, I mean, I see him as that favorite artist. Here's my favorite song. Stop this train from John Mayer. Who you go. This. This. The speed. Come on. My favorite artists are Garth Brooks and John Mayer. Amy fed to pick two artists, your favorite artists. Who would they be? Period? Gosh, George strait. Hand Taylor swift. Okay. Once box. Favorite to artists. All that's easy, Tina Turner? Eminem there we go. Obviously, yes. Have they John Mayer. Here we go play another one. Oh, come on. Can catch me. Gravity. That's music right there. Van make music like that anymore. Come on after John Mayer that saw that the soundtrack to a star is born was number one, mighty said he saw the movie and loved it. Right, and soundtrack. Good, really good. A lot of my friends who write songs for a lot of artists in town wrote the songs for that that have been on the Bobby cast. And so the movie was good. The soundtracks good. I guess I'm gonna have to go see it a lot. Yeah. Yeah. Well, you might be seen as stars born? Yes. It kind of felt weird to have Bradley Cooper on and not have seen the movie. To do though. I know when when the heck are you supposed to go out to a movie? I maybe taking your kids to see a movie recently, not no, I haven't. I think maybe they went with somebody. Like a babysitter, you think you don't even know? I've the last few weeks just been not so, but pretty sure they went to see something I should ask them about that. Here's the find out dumb debate of the day. Are you ready? How do you put your silverware in the dishwasher? Because I got a note and it was some put it upside down so you don't like cut yourself, right? Some put it up so you can see what it is and grabbing and take it on with it. How do you put your silverware on the dishwasher, forks and knives, Amy put down so that when you grab it, you can just grab the handles and you grab a lot at a time to worry about poking yourself. Do you ever eat out of the dishwasher? No. I mean, go grab your forks and stuff right now because in my household, once you open it like, say, it's got the green light indicates the dishes or clean. Once you open that you break the light seal and then then if you don't put everything away, then you run into this ongoing saga of are the dishes clean or are they not? And then people end up putting dirty with clean, and then you have. To rewatch them, it's it's just not worth it. Yeah, that's a lot. Put things away. Once it's clean, the argument is if you put them facing up, they clean better, pointed up, clean better. Because if that's the case, I will turn them up. That's the argument. So if you put it down, it's in the bottom of the container. So the water has to fight through the holes lunchbox. What do you do with them today? Face down the foregin knife are down. I can grab the handle just like Amy that the only reason I never even thought. I never even thought there was another way to do it to put him up to flip them up when you put him in then flip amo- around when you put them in the drawer such a hassle. Fleming. I don't know why they wouldn't get just as clean facing down the dishwasher all you because I put mine up like I put mine because I know I'm not gonna reach and grab it wild and reckless. Let me just grab all I can't go. So if you put him up the water shooting straight at, it doesn't have to go through the little container with the holes in it at the bottom. Okay. Fair saying. So I guess the dumb debate of the day were split two to one on the loser on this, but that's why I keep mine down. You must not put all your dishes away. I don't sometimes eight other just wash that's actually half the time I go right to the dishwasher and place. So yeah, single. No kids have no wife. I have no girlfriend. All has dishes. Stay in their home if I was single and had nobody else in my house. Yes, I would go in there and carefully grab a upward facing fork if I wanted to. But I can't do that. You got to unload the dishes fast as you can because you got other things to do and you gotta unload it before you forget if they're cleaner, not. Oh, that's the thing too. Where you pull a played out and you look at it. And you go, well, it looks clean. Let me look at another in a second plate looks clean. You decide eat off the first one, and then you have the third and it's dirty. You're like, oh, I got caught with the two plates that looked clean enough done that before. If I've opened in done that. And I literally just do not have time to take everything out. I will get a post to know and I will put a post in note on there. So whomever comes across the dishwasher. Next will know they should unload it. Look. It's time for the good news. So Richard pacman shout out to this guy because he just made his five hundred blood donation. Wow. Yeah, he's donate five hundred times in the only started because family to church, like two decades ago needed blood donation for their kid. They had cancer. So you just kind of did it for them. Then he was like, you know what? I can keep doing this if he's been doing it all the time for like twenty years, a couple of things, one good for him because he's actually helping and saving people's lives yet. Like that's the thing to how does your body keep making new blood do now? He seventy four due to me because. Seventy four say dude a lot now starting to catch onto me myself, like my son, you talking to me and he'll be like, dude. Duting me. Sorry. Sorry. But I've impressive that he's seventy four and still donating blood because you mentioned like body still making more blood and I'm like, yeah, and he's old. Dude, that's a good story. That's what's all about right there. That was telling me something good. Hey, it's Bobby bones here with another best fiends announcement. You need this game in your life folks. It's the mobile game that everyone's talking about if you still haven't played best fiends, you know, what are you waiting for people to play this game, love it. Just read all the reviews in the apple app store or Google play, and you'll see it's consistently rated five at five stars. There's no coincidence, no other mobile games like that. I've seen it once you play it like our listeners, I do think you'll love it. Collect tons of character, soft douse of puzzles. You probably be obsessed with it very soon. One of your friends or family will tell you about the game until our. No, because you heard me talk about pay, stop, crushing candy that so twenty fifteen play best beans. You won't regret it. As a matter of fact, you may tweet me or semi a Facebook message and actually thanked me for it, download best fiends for free on the apple app store or Google play right now, that's friends without the our best fiends again, friends without the our best. Fien. Your buddy. Transmitting. Erica. Right. Last night on Instagram, Amy posted a picture from dancing with the stars. And I guess I was supposed to be a boomerang. Yeah, it's, you're like, super awesome jump. The boomerang of that. But instead of being a boomerang, I guess it just only captured because I reposted it from a friend of ours and had no idea only just reposted like a still photo of your crotch and Linda starlings. Crutch insurance boobs, basically. Yes, it wasn't until I went to look at some comments where everyone's like my eyes, my eyes. Last night I did survive on dancing with the stars next hour. We will get into that. I got lower scores and I thought I was going to, but it had more fun that I thought I was going to. I mean had so much fun last night, and I hope people see that coming through the screen because I don't know. I jumped off the stage, my pants blew up in the air Hammerstein. It was so much fun. And yeah, hope people see that at home and listen, I want to be moving on if was if our listeners voting. Yes, Amy cure story. I watched at the hospital with my dad and the nurse they had, they switch. They work twelve hour shifts. So the night nurse like just come on and I didn't. I haven't met her yet, but I'm in here and I'm like, okay, it's time everybody. Should I get my phone now and it's like a really big deal. They probably think of says. Because she didn't know who I was or anything about it. And literally right when you came on, she looked up and she goes of guys still on. And I was like a friend. So Amy, I'm telling you the message boards dancing with stars message boards. They hate me because I mean, I really take it serious trained more than anybody else on the show. Yeah, I just don't have the experience to do the dances and I get so happy when I'm out there that some of kind of goes out the window a little bit, but I could last night they don't like me like the hardcore dancing people. So it's going to take our listeners keeping me on the show. And if they decide that only on the show any more listeners than I won't be on the show anymore. So we got to keep you on. It's going to be amazing Disney week next week by the way. Yeah. I want you to come back next week in that same nurse to be like, he's still on, right? That's the goal over to Amy with the morning corny. Morning, glory. You wanna hear a joke about construction. Yes, you I'm still working on it. It's under construction. You know you like it every contraction. We're listening. Yeah. Morning Gorny. Okay. You like that, hey, here, five signs that football is running your marriage and your husband have argued about the amount of football he watches. I mean, yeah, it's annoying. Number one, you schedule things around when games are knowing. We did that this weekend annoying because you're was lying. We have plans. Everything was, oh, we had to go somewhere. So we had to zoom over there during halftime. We catch the second half. Then we were laid to where we're supposed to be after that because the game was over. Hit number special. The whole time. And then once the game was over, he could on his other hat. Okay. Carry on member to your mood changes drastically one way or the other after a game winner, law does mine doesn't, but by directly affected by his mood. So yes, you pass on taking the kids somewhere because your team is playing, guess he does. He tries to. He's he. I do. I think I was with my dad and he sent our daughter with this restaurant. It's only like two blocks away, but he said her on her bike to pick up their dinner because he couldn't leave because the game was on. So those are the things that are running your marriage. So far, three, three, tell me more. I don't think you're gonna hit this one. You make bets bigger than some of your bills does. He bet now he doesn't that. I know that I know of. I know his Kimbler like even Vegas when we go there for things like he does not gamble it like it doesn't. He doesn't like wasting money. And finally, he's broken things while watching a game, anything from something a little or something big. That hasn't happened. He doesn't get angry yet three or five. All right. So this game's fun. I will play you a classical piano version of a very popular song. For example, the first thing I'm gonna play you is Dan shea tequila. Okay, just so you can know, see if you can hear Dannon shade tequila from this piano song. Here he goes on. Totally here at. Hear that. Oh, absolutely. Man. Okay. You like, no, no, I've classically trained ear song. Number one, the category is famous country song, new huge hit named by the piano version. Here we go and action. Yes, it's like keep it going. I go ahead. Cruise. Well, Florida, Georgia line's, Yep, very incorrect incorrect. Please. No, no, no, no, Amy, your answer. Drowned, the whiskey. What's the name of the song drawn so escape what's. It's called drowns the Wyss. Whiskies. So flows. No point though. All right. Song number two. Humongous country song from the last year, get humongous country artists and action. Tesla. We asked me. Crews from Florida Georgia line now, nonetheless, not, but I'm, I'm pretty sure it's a sing song. We just like, okay, okay, translator. I got Luke Bryan sunburn sunset, suntan. Get along. Yes. My head was by by. This game to hardy thing? I, I've just I'm two for to basically. Okay. So basically. No, you're basically zero. This is a hip hop song. Okay, that's my wheelhouse. Okay. Here we go hit. Confidently. Cruise line. Let's box. No, no guys come on. All right. All right. When you gotta get any to check in Amen. What he got God's plan. Boo by Drake. What am I feeling 's? No, it's God's plan. Okay, sudden-death. Thank you. Thank you, respect. Relax. And if you know it, it's a band and the title of the song has to do with something in nature. Okay. And here you go here. Hannoverschen go ahead. Here. Go ahead. I would like to thank my daughter for that because thunder, she played that over and over for Balata months straight. On the Bobby bones show now brick. Favorite new artists in one of my friends come on. Look at you through. Thanks for having me today. This is fantastic. I love you new song. This is Adam Hamburg. He's got a new song call rock and all night long play low bit of here. Just racking. Come on that. Good man. The sounds good on the radio. All I was the other day. I guess it's like ten or fifteen songs that I always keep fresh when I just it's all my less right now. I've got the new Eric church record. Yep, which is fantastic. The Eminem record in got him. Hobo Johnson this song. It's like it's good man, love. Thank you. And you like a real legitimate friend? Like we've been friends for a long time, so it's cool to see like doing it now. Yeah, man, I, it's, it's been a really crazy last year to go because it feels like there was like, nothing happened in Dan. Shea cut a song of mine, then just a more cut a song of mine and then now we're here on radio tour doing it. You're doing it myself. Yeah, it's it's really interesting. So Adam Hamburg is here you got the song rock and all night long. You bring up Dan shea this song right here this way, this right here. You wrote this? Yeah. Tell me about that. I wrote this buddies, Paul, did you Vanni and Kevin Bard, and yes, it was kind of it was kind of a time where I was buckling down and trying to figure out what I do the his, the country, radio target. Right. And I really just spent a year. I'm not going to try to be smart. Dude. I'm not gonna try and write the Bluebird song. I just need to write hits every day and and is just kind of the discipline of the writing community Nashville is like, what can you? What can you write that can be played on the radio in that was kind of the first thing that I wrote that I really felt strongly about hit that target and then Dan shea recorded. It came big, hit for them like can you pay your house mortgage for a few months when a song goes that big. Oh, yeah, you can't. Yeah. So that's good for you even creatively because you get to keep creating the Bill. It kicks kicks the canned down the road a little bit and lets you, let's you work to try and try and get the next thing going. Yeah. Can you play verse and. Chorus of how not to that Dan shea but written by Adam Hamburg. That's weird. Can you play? Can you cover your own song? Yes. Burqas here don't do that. All right, arson. Of course, boys. I guess, oh, because of licensing roles, we can't play anything on this. I heart radio channel or podcast anymore, but you can't go to Bob Dylan's dot com to see it. We hate that we had to take down, wasn't artisan, but just wanted to keep you up and we wanted to keep up as much as possible. So go to Bobby dot com to watch your here, whatever you're missing right now, and thank you for listening to the show and sorry about all the legal stuff. Hey, Amy, Dino Adams story about how he was kinda discovered and came to Nashville if I told you. Yes. Yeah, Justin Moore was watching the news, right? Arkansas. And he saw you performing on the news and he was like, what that true? Yeah, it's it's it's kind of just a local morning TV show TV. Right as he. Arkansas, Ned Purnea permeates the best hair of any local meteorologist in the world are both markets. Aw. And so we're both Ned permit guys and Ed probably never talked. He's a weatherman. They'd permits local weatherman. He plays the piano at Christmas time. And so you're all. So you go onto what promote like a local show? I was doing I, I wanna say it was a show it stickies in Little Rock, and and I was just doing a show and trying to get people out in I, I was on their playing playing one morning in just a mortis, heavy drink coffee and kitchen watching TV and is kind of like winning the songwriter lottery. But just as a lot like you are because you know, you kinda, you kinda wear your your Arkansas on your on your sleeve, literally with tattoo. And but but he he is such a passionate guy about where he comes from. If he has opportunity to help anybody from where he comes from, he's going to do it every time and and I was a house of a product of that generosity that day. And so how does he get in touch with you? So he called his producer's like, hey, manage check this guy out, and, and so his producer just went online, found my website found the record I made, and he kind of reached out in and invited me to Nashville. I literally Joe Nashville the next day met with them, and and then that turned into me come to Nashville once a month turned into moving to Nashville and getting the right song. I get this guy and then you wrote this number one song for Justin Moore. Now, at what point in this relationship with just a more did you write the song was meant for Justin Mortgaga right at he heard it like how that happened? Dude, Justin would have been the last person that I thought would cut this on because it's a very pop lean in song, you know, like just like melodic Lee and stuff, but man when his voices on it, it is a country hits. So you wrote it and send it to him. Is that how it works? Yeah. Yeah. I think I think they play it for him in and he was just he was really excited about the song he was about to go in the studio like two days later. I think when he when he actually heard it kind of like this one in the Danish, both. They were kind of last minute. Things that just kind of popped in that worked for what they were going for on the Bobby bones show. Now. So I don't Hamburg. Theories got the song rocking on night long. Preacher, right? Yeah, yeah, that's a passer. So passers a victory Babs church in Russellville, Arkansas. What's it? Like being a passage kid minute. It's it's really interesting. I feel like I grew, I grew up most you, you hear that most preachers kids are like the worst, right? Like that wasn't moss story. I was always trying to be a good kid for whatever reason, but I love that I got to grow up around like a really strong community because because my dad was kind of in the middle of a community of people that just like love each other man, we, we, we, we ate a lot of good food on on the weekends. Have the Sunday fellowships in the fellowship hall and thereby brings a casseroles and and you know, we watch football on on Saturdays and you know, just like just it was pretty regular like southern southern growing up, but it was a really strong community around the church sevi- grew up in. And so I really love that about my story. You're in the stadium. It's a crazy too crazy to watch Adam in the studio. I know it's what, because Amy. So I mean, I just give you the history of Ataman. I, my ex-girlfriend still friend, Lindsay. Oh, was like, hey, how do you know? Lindsey? How did you guys? Did you guys write together? We wrote together a long time ago and then and then she started writing for this last record and she invited me to start right with a little bit. And so we went out on the way tour bus and wrote while she was out on the road. I wrote a couple songs that may have been about you. This is. We wrote waiting on you. Tummy, like Bobby start actually dating her waiting. No, no, no. That was. Worth the wait with that was transmitted, oh, so much waiting. A lot of money, but he wrote down the one on the record. Yeah, good. Good, good, good. Good. Have to struggle to remember the back of my head like, hey, there's a guy that I've been writing with that you will be friends with and he's from Arkansas, and you guys what is like each other. And I was like, cool and she's like, hey, you got to hang out and so you're not sorta hanging out. And then you came and filled in and played raging idiot shows for a while. Yeah. The funny thing I've ever told you about that. So we were right in that song with Brandon Ray in in the rain around your brain right song. And in the middle of that, you're like, hey, do you play later guitar? Any other rational human being in the world? I mean, kind of what Adam here we say was yes. So it's so those gigs came up in and I like frantically went home, like put my electric guitar. Rig back together hadn't played like three years and and learned all the songs as best. I hope Bobby doesn't think of the worst electric tar player ever. Amy one point we're planning show and we were going into beastie boys and I was like, kick it in and it starts. Yeah, and it goes, and the song goes kick and the big Adam starts play Brown girl and we're like, what? So then we just sing Brown, eyed girl, very first show. Why do you do that? As I looked at the wrong elected the wrong song of the. And also I was I was the only electric player because normally, you know, you have to play to electric guitar players. And I was the only one and, and so I was like, just super nervous, you know, like and it was my first show and he was an jumpsuit. It was a whole Kansas in a million degrees outside. Yeah, this guy got a kid and a wife balance. You like your good dude with like a great family. I am very lucky. My wife is she is a rockstar, she she works in medicine and and so she's a real deal series human being and and we have, we have a two year old little girl. You proud to be from Arkansas. I am. I like to wear my Arkansas must leave too. I don't feel like enough people do that me too. Yeah, good. Forget it to like me, hey, Gwen. Hey, Gwen what that tape on your arse. Slobber hog slobber Hauge much is let me hear some more this song. This is all night long. Just racking. Play this one. I haven't heard this. Live heard yet. Come on, I, this is Adam Hamrick and let's head of the guys here on the band. It's just yourself what's up. My name's Nick Huddleston, Nick Huddleston every. We love hoodie over here. What? What's your name in Johnson? Daniel dairy is Daniel. Yes. Yes, that they'll generic name. Yeah, one-size-fits-all and Adam Hamburg is here and now here is rocking on long live in the studio from Adam hamburgers. Good, Amy. Thank now. I mean, that's amazing. I love it like a little Arkansas, Jim. You like a Murphy's borough, like the diamond, you get. Yeah, no, Bobby. You always talk about an Arkansas Yalla. Go hunting for crater. Diamonstein park? Yes. And you itself is like, I feel like, you know, Justin Moore, he found a little. Diamond. Let's say you ever see the Grinch stole Christmas that cartoon. You know, when his heart grows three sizes because he's like, Christmas, gets them. You know what I mean? That's how you came in here. Killed three size. I'll take it. I'm super happy for you, man. Thank you for you know, thank you for having me in. Let me play. You came in, you earn your way in like at there's no, we're friends, so it's harder to get on the show. It really is. I won't for you know, because like, I don't want that to be because you're that good. Thanks. I really do appreciate it in. It's it's been a lot of fun. Just like getting a step into this after after writing, because because I moved to Nashville to write songs and that was just getting into music career was the dream, but but this artist bug like it is never left me. And so when the opportunity came to start recording, easy myself and doing the thing myself, it's just meant a lot to me to get the do that. So I know I rest Haagen talking on the bus. Did I'm thinking like you got it man, good enough. You're awesome. Harry Potter. You know what I mean? They're worse things there are. I've been called way words even today, even today, Hamburg rocking all night lawns get for you. Beheads Rodham here. It's time for the good news. Listen up all you young men out there reading is cool. That is what Vigne Irvy's wanted to get across the young kids out there because he said boys don't like to read. So he invented something called barbershop books. It's a barbershop, and then a part of the place is designated to a library has books, and he encourages young boys to come in there and read because he wants them to see, hey, reading is cool, and he's open these and twenty two cities across America. Wow, twenty two cities. Tell you reading has been what made a big difference in my life reading which leads to learning which leads to an thirty kids listening. Now you may think Reading's nerdy, but yeah, you know, the bosses and being all the nerds. So ride that reading, train man, Iranian book now called these truths history of the United States, and it's kind of a history book, but a modern version of it and how some of the things we learned a wrong. Oh, I mean, yeah, that's probably pretty fascinating, but feel like a real bummer that like we've been told things that aren't accurate. Well, here's what happens with history histories only told by the winners like anything they gets passed on by the people that won the war, the people that won the extra why histories only told by the winters. Says Dixon to the side. That book you just randomly found it or you just we're looking for history books. My friends know that I'm fascinated with like both sides of the story in all aspects of my life. You would love this book anyway, it's called these truths by Jill Lepore. Listen, I'm a nerd. Everybody else out there might not be a nerd like me, but it's fascinating to me. So that's good story. I love people making a difference and all kids out there, not even boys. Boys, girls dogs read, you will have a better life. The more you read it would just make you smarter and better person. That's it. That's what's all about right there. That was telling me something good. Your buddy miss the Bob. Transmitting across America. Right. Hey, good morning. Thanks for hanging out with us here on the show back in Nashville. So I flew from Los Angeles Nashville overnight last night as soon as dancing with the stars was over and I survived move onto next week. I just flew home. So I'm back and then Amy left. So Amy's an Austin. And yeah, we're all here. Listen, I'm happy that I moved on. I thought last night because I'd danced to this song here. MC hammer. You can't touch this and I love the song. Probably ten thousand times here. You turn it up. The whole thing jumped on the judges table. I was jumping flying around at the CIA thought. I did pretty good at the CIA to be honest with you, and then I got not that good a score. I got a seven, six and seven, and I did make it through, which is good, but I don't know. Maybe I didn't do as well as I thought. Because for me, I hit every step that I was supposed to end the Chow part, but we knew it was going to be a risk. We knew that doing something big and flashy for the cha-cha which is a pretty serious like. Was kind of risky, we're we're kind of doing something without people would like, and maybe the judges would, but I agree with my partner because she choreographed it. We kind of pick the song together and then she was like, let's go for it. MC hammer at up, and I was like, let's wear the chains. And so we made those decisions consciously. And I think that hurt us in the scoring, but hopefully people like to because I felt I danced as good as I've ever danced frankly, last night too fast. On your thoughts on last night, you're still wearing your MC hammer cross necklace. This is not my MC hammer cross necklace that it's a cross necklace, but it's not MC him. I've put as part of my MCM across necklaces. Oh, okay. Yeah. So here's here you another real story. I do. So you know, I was talking about a friend of mine and she was talking about she had close family members that had passed away and that she called up. Here here I was thinking you were just still an MC hammer mode and you're wearing this like fake MC, hammer jewelry, and now really has special meaning, and I feel awful. So don't we didn't know it is gold. Really didn't know. I swear so carry on please. She was talking how she talks to her specific angels. She thinks that she had a parent the passed away. She had another close relative passed away, and I thought, you know what, I think that's fantastic. I don't like to ask anybody for anything ever, and I thought I should talk to my mom who's not here, and my grandmother is not here, and so my grandmother had crosses an every room. And so I was like, you know what? I'm gonna wear cross and AMC hammer close, and I'm going to call a my own angels and see if they'll help me out. And so that's what this is and so it. But it does look like MC hammer across. Okay, don't feel bad. It's super gold, but but that's what the cross reminds me of my grandmother who's not here who adopted me and raised me for a while. That's awesome. But yeah, it is really gold though. Yeah, super gold. So yeah, that's what that is. So that being said, I thought that pretty good. Good last night and I got a low score. He's good. And I, sorry, I made a comment about your necklace and detoured we you were asking me, but I think I think you did great. And I know you wouldn't say that and I didn't open my mouth. Amy, really that much? I know. Did you get my text before you went on stage. I got. It was like, shut your mouth. Idiot. Good luck. Close your mouth. The did. I have my phone with me the whole show like Wasserman's dancing. I'm on my phone during every commercial. I was watching Eddie's story. Tom, watching the show is the story. I'm sitting EDI messages during the show. Gosh, what did you? I mean, see, you're watching the show. I texted our friends that were there because Mary Megan, were there watching you? And I was like almost that grocery store, Joe performance as awkward in person as it was on TV because I cannot even handle it. They're like, oh yeah, it was even worse in person like these, they were dot like Mary four is may Mary. They're all dying laughing. They couldn't handle it. I'm going to tell you the more hanging around the grocery store. Joey doesn't talk a lot more like him. We were talking yesterday because they put us up on his balcony part and we were just talking about being nervous because neither one of us ever danced and I was like, do you feel like eleven percent less nervous each week? And it's like, yeah, I do. And so what about also tired. Yeah, but I liked I got the other guy with Jordan guy. He's a myth. Yeah. I just don't know that that was the best pick for him and the five, six, seven, seven, six, seven, three, five. We moved to all that's true. We moved on Amy. What did you think my scores would have been last night? What should they have been? Just give me one number. I thought carrying Ann Arbor was okay. It was seven plus seven eight add that up. Lunchbox. What what did you think about last night? I thought you did really well. I don't know what they're looking for because when you were up on that table, you know how tough it is to go back and forth on that table and then not to fall. Because the table can't be that big and then to stick the landing. I mean, get out of here with this. Oh, you need to show more form. How do you show for when you're sliding back and forth? I mean, were they even looking at the dance? I understand you're supposed to like you got mad at him at the end of the judges. You're like I was doing the cha-cha had straight leg straight leg and maybe they can't see because you had hammered pants on. But maybe I mean, everything that played the so well, like when you reach for the girls, the girls hands were there you spun them when they were ready to spend. I thought it was your best dance and then the judges, I feel like they like to mess with your head. I don't know if that's specifically. Lower scores. That's what I mean. I think they liked to mess with you because they know what makes you work harder and so they, they don't want to prop you too much because they don't want to get to competent, but then they bash the next week because they're like, oh, yeah, we need to bring down to pay. I don't know why that is, but I thought you deserved a lot better than you got twenty one or twenty two would have been a solid score, but what they gave you. I mean, I think they're just they're being haters. Amy question about the bottom. The bottom two, and then the person's eliminated. Okay. So like you dance and then you're then they put you in the bottom based on your votes from last week and your scores from that week? Yes, it's half and half your score the you just got plus your votes from last week and they kicked off the best answer last night. She was the Tanaka was the best answer on the show. I don't think she connected with the public and that's what happened. Yeah, like me, I'm a bad dancer, but I'm putting it all out there. Every part of me like here it is lunchbox. Do you think I can win the show right now? No. Kim, Amy? Yes. You do even after last night's low score? Yes. Study the same way I did. Boy, video producer, ready, go home. You have moved up in my book. You are now in the top three, you still have some work to do to win the show though, but you think the finals will be the top three. Can I be in the finals, Bali? No. Okay. There we have it good. Where do I fall in the power ranking lunchbox in your mind, like the the number, about five ish right around there. You can do. You can maybe sneak into the top five if you're lucky, but it's gonna take a miracle. All right. America's our listeners, they keep voting. They keep voting me through a number they call. So pre we have the actual audio last night. So I'd ans- Raymond. Do we have I talking you all in? Yeah, here's land who gave me a really low score here you go to. The Hamma power. Trenchant John. Paul was good. You need to work on now is is fun dance and you did that great. But if you have. If you're gonna get a bit more fitness and your technique and. Well, we had, you know, the go, the guy, the crowd booing him here here is carrying Inaba. Better place because you're in it, you just bring so much joy because you're so authentic. You did not miss one single step in the whole routine? Yes. Okay. Technique was non-existent. We have to work on foot articulation, a big thing. But once you get that. And then here is Bruno this ledge out to the top and nobody can cut those fans like you. I'm telling you drill writing of me. It's always fun watching you. I mean, what you put out that he saw in detaining the canned of the Changle lost in translation. Let's put it that way, but really good performance. And then I get seven is fine. I'm not count on the people, and then I looked like I was gonna tackle in watching it back on TV. I was just irritated because I did the CIA stuff right with my foot. Yeah, I think. Out on it. You did what? I'm glad you went after him. It was funny. It looked aggressive though with you. You see it as aggressive at all? I thought it was a good exchange actually probably really good for people to see. Gosh, here we go. Sean for you as well as Bobby, a calculated gamble. You knew that we weren't putting a lot of judge in there, but you putting a lot of fun and that's a risky guys were willing to take. Telling that for me. Straight leg straight leg. Looking at who straight leg. Hammer pants. I mean, he does look for the legs and the and the la-. Yeah. So I was so out of breath too, because I, I went all meme jumping and running, and then I go up there like Bobby, how do you feel. Out of breath after you got them performing will. I mean, I don't know if you saw this part, but on TV they went straight to DeMarcus, and he was like, so pumped for you. Here's like, it's almost like that's it. That's my boy. He my closest friend on the show. Yeah. And then Lindsey Stirling was awesome as my partner she came in and did the trio game is the extra in next week. Disney week, we're doing a song from beauty and the beast no-no Aladdin? No, no, no. What's the fish girl? Little little mermaid watch little mermaid. No, yeah, you're supposed to. I know. I know it's a song fish girl and then prince Prince, Harry. Yes. Pro prince, Eric, they're telling me it's Prince. Harry is married, Meghan Markle. Oh. I got to watch it. I guess I gotta find this. I gotta find this baby. We haven't really Brits Eric little mermaid. Let's go, okay. Just in Dutch of suffix or whatever. They are. How do you feel about getting your husband's name tattooed on your EMMY. Probably going to do it, but. I don't know. Maybe I will one day things that matter to us. Right? And other people's influence things. Like, for example, my grandma who adopt me for a while and my mom and neither one of them are alive anymore, but it had their initials tattoo, my arm. Your mom handwriting right in the word joys on yours, right. It took my mom going through that was something my sister and I did because my mom had cancer and it was like, we did it for her and then you know, she died not too long after we got it. So super special. I get it like with you and me. It star tattoos started with like super duper special meaning. I don't know. Everybody says, like, once you tattoo someone's name on your body, it's like. Well, yeah, I was asking because p Davidson had Arianna Grandes name tattooed on him. I'll dang. And you had to get covered up because they split up, but Kane, Brown, got his wife's name on his hand. They just got married. I could see that he's pretty touted up. He's got a neck one too, which is cool. Like, you got to be certain cool to get a neck tattoo, you don't think so. I mean, yeah, you do have to be a certain coal. It's a whole nother level when you move up to the face, anything about the shoulders all level. But I mean people. I mean, we're thirties, I'm thirty eight thirty seven, but for him I think Cain Brown's twenty four twenty five, something like that. That aid everywhere. Yeah, I know post Malone really is making the face tattoo like not the big video. I used to think like if you just wanna go ahead and call it quits with everything is go ahead and do your face. But now it's like, you know, post Malone got another face set to and we're like, sweet. Yeah, it says always tired. One is is always the others is tired. Like why would you even get that though? I guess it's an important to you. Not always tired leg writing nonsense. It's like I like bubblegum bubblegum under the other. I think nothing lunch boxes you ever get your wife or even your your baby baby boxes name tattooed. Absolutely not no chance. No, my cousin one time she was dating a dude. She got his name Jesse and then his last name across the knuckles. And I mean. And I mean, she was dating. That's it turns out Jesse with Mary and it's knuckles. Jesse when Jesse was. She had to get those covered up. Oh, that's on your knuckles. People think that my Arkansas tattoo because I was just going to get the outside like black outside of Arkansas colored all end like how the outside work, people think it's a cover up because it's a big blob. But actually it's the state of Arkansas, but that's me committing. I'm going to be governor of Arkansas one day. Committing hard to that. I could not commit any harder than putting this markets all my arm. Yes, Amy, I wonder if you're going to be the first governor with tattoos. I think I could run in for years. I do feel that way. I do. I think I could. I think I'd be ready for years. Yeah, I think if I get married her name tattooed on me somewhere, small like somewhere, small simmers Mellon easily cover up a little. I've been going out on dates with someone. Right. All right. Let's talk about. And I I did it into story where I said, hey, asked me questions or like, and like ever thousand questions. We're sending nine hundred thirteen. And then or who are you dating? Of course, people wanna know and I'm not keeping it from them just to be funny, but I don't think she needs people jumping all over her Instagram saying things. She's not until we're something I just don't feel comfortable giving that out and making her. But I do want to tell our listeners that I'm dating someone. It puts me in a weird place. You know, I could lie to the listeners. He'd be like, oh, nothing's happening. But I don't wanna do that. But then I get. It's just a weird place. They get mad at me. That's all. Yeah, it's like ninety nine percent would I get asked now too, so, but I think it's going pretty good actually. Like it's going in a positive direction. And you know who it is, lunchbox knows who it is. No, no, no, no, no, no. Amy, like to say, DT, f, I missed. Up. Eddie does not. No, no. So that makes listeners feel better? I don't know. I'm with you guys. I'm wearing the dark. Do you think you know now I have a theory if you put top three because I'm not going to react to any of them or I'll react negatively to all of them or all positively. I, I don't have. I don't have a top three. I have a new person in glad, suspect. Go ahead. I read in the news at Jennifer garner is now available whole gay. Why not? Sorry. Sorry, I told him I number one guest. Is it someone super famous? How did you know sort of really if it's Jennifer garner? Oh my goodness. How do you know? I'm not tricking you not Jennifer garner. That's all I got. Maybe dude. Okay. Dad's last night. Maybe she watched the stars like hits me up on by the way I was with all the dancers, and that's what some of the the quote unquote stars. Everybody's really cool. Like nobody is like full themselves. We're all like, we're not even that story. You know, we all sit around and go, we're not even that cool. And so everybody's getting slid into their DM's by like all these cool famous people, you know, who's not me. Nothing. No married a know her. They're like sliding. Look, this person slid in, I'm like, oh, I know what it is. And then for me, I click over to mine and it's like the humane society. Thank you for your donations. Well, that's cool though. It is give as doing if a me. National dictionary day. I'll give you a definition great, but it's all fun things. Okay. They're all recently added words. For example, consuming multiple episodes of TV show in rapid succession benching. Right? Or binge-watch correct. They're all fun things. Amy. I ready ready, bad tempered or irritable as a result of hunger. Hang very correct. Lunchbox. Yeah, a modest or self deprecating statement whose actual purpose is to draw tension to something of which one is proud. So, yeah, you're good at this humble brag come over. About to say he's good at it and switch it on me. He goes, you're good at this, Amy ready, ready content whose main purpose is to attract attention and courage and encouraged visitors to follow a link or webpage. Thirsty incorrect. Do you wanna steal on ten whose main purpose is to attract attention people to go ahead. Bait, come back. Sorry. Could be that they're thirsty lunchbox to publicly criticize or express contempt for someone national dictionary day game. Hey, hey, hey, incorrect. All words, weekly added the Oxford English dictionary, Amy, I'll read it again. You can still to publicly criticize or express contempt for someone. Oh, throwing shade. All right. Write your answer down where the tiebreaker folks. Now read the definition, right? You're down here, bold self-assurance in style or manner an era of great self-confidence or superiority. I transferred out, invalid willed self-assurance. An air of great self-confidence, right amended Amy Rodriguez. Now, what do you have swagger lunchbox. What do you have swag? Both are acceptable. All right. Let's go one more to inhale an exile from an electron device. Yellow for the win lunch box. They say, yo, when they do this, they vape Amy vape, correct. Okay. Who's last once so buzzing with your name? Okay. Drown. The practice of cancelling or flows wrong wing a ghosting. Correct incorrect. Larry. The practice of canceling or foregoing a pay television subscription or landline phone connection in favor of an alternative internet based or wireless service. The practice of cancelling. Gosh, I know this because literally listeners have been messaging me on how to do it. Go ahead, cut the cord. Which answer. Cutting. What's rancher. It's when you cut the cord, cutting the court is. She goes, there's a winner right there. So many listeners told me that you can totally cut the cord with all you can still watch my husband's still watch sports. If we get rid of our TV, like through YouTube, live in Hulu live or something like that. I don't know this cable stuff gonna have to go to expensive. Yeah, I'm about to cut it to to to expensive the bills, crazy paper channels on us. I'm about to be done with it. They were telling me that these some of these live things you can get for like thirty nine ninety nine a month about to be done with it too. Sammy's pile of stories plunge FOX. How long have you been a dad? Three months Gulf. Okay. Okay. Because I was reading this morning that it takes three and a half months of parenting before you feel like, you know what you're doing. That's a hundred and three days. And then parents finally feel like they're picking up on things like pretty much by that point. You're in a good routine. You know what the baby's different cries mean, and you can change diaper quickly, thoughts launch marks. I know exactly what I'm doing. I know to get a bottle, put it in his mouth. Change the diaper. Wipe is, but good to go. Good. Do you feel like like right now you're just getting like confident like Mark, Ovilla government, confidence. He came home at two weeks because I mean, he really, he can't move. So there's only two things he was he. There was a new diaper wants food. He doesn't wanna go outside. Okay. So there's a new website called who paid ninety nine cents dot com. And I think it's Larry, it's pretty simple. It offers you the chance to pay ninety nine cents to see who else pay ninety nine cents. That's it. And if you wanna know how many people have actually done it. Well, you have to pay to douse, actually curious. So I it's kind of genius if you think about it. And then if you're at work and you're feeling like you just really could use some peace and quiet, you might wanna go find that place to escape to a lot of businesses are incorporating meditation, prayer type rooms into their office spaces. Apple's doing it Google HBO, Nike. They offer employs a place to go be quiet, where you can do whatever you need to do to kind of breathe in, breathe out, catch breath, calmed down. And you know, obviously, if you don't work for one of these big companies, you may not have that but find a space. In your office where you can do just that where you can be to yourself, whether it's prayer or meditation, and you'll have a better work day. Yeah, it's just a few minutes like bathroom under your desk or ever under your namings case in her closet. Also cries there. That's right escape to. I'm Amy. That's my file. Amy's pile of stores. The Bobby bones show. Thank you so much for listening. Thank you for all of your calls and your texts and your Facebook messages. We appreciate that. Don't forget all enjoy stuff goes to help the hurricane and everyone that suffered from the hurricane coming in. It's a terrible thing. We don't keep any of the money for joy and what joy is slow again that just says, hey, remember to choose joy for yourself, do something nice for other people, and these things are always available. These shirts, these hoodies and all the money will go to hurricane relief now. So Amy, thank you. Hope you had a good day today on the show dot. You dominated some riddle me this today. I definitely did. Yeah, let's box better. Like next time competition. I'm still a little whatever. And last night was definitely a night on dancing with the stars, but we talked about that, so appreciate you. We'll see you on Wednesday. Thanks to Adam Hamburg for coming by and. Yeah, good, good, good. We'll see you tomorrow. Everybody. Scott.

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Video Conferencing Etiquette

"This is a head. Gum podcast alone. Welcome to the complete guide. Everything a podcast about everything I am one of your Assam and I'm Tim. Apologies for the satellite delay. Y took him so long to say his name. Was there a delay? I think there was a delay. There wasn't I'll put in delay now. Not Me Look like a fool. Yes make you look like a. Atta TOUCH SATELLITE. Having fool who's talking. I'm alone in a room but I hear voices since my grandson Tim. That's very appropriate. Because that's the topic this video conferencing etiquette however. That's not what I'd like to talk about at first him. But I'd like to talk about it. I is some breaking news at of Rio de Janeiro Brazil. Rio Rio big. Ufo crash happened yesterday a crash. Yeah a bunch of you like a bunch of videos online of this. Ufo Is this on the Joe. Rogan wasn't channel that you say own my own independent research okay on the Alien Sub Brett it a lot of citing do your research and then it's always just like read it slash Cunanan Cunanan Tim. It's aliens How long until those merge have they merged? Are we not supposed to talk about this? Yeah I don't know if it will attract the wrong kind of attention. I don't think so I haven't heard anything about any Q. On theories that Include Aliens. Apparently that's just a bridge too. Far Obama come on be reasonable. Haven't heard any updates from the Cunanan people that said the Virus was a hoax. Said they quarantine people while they round up all of the your child molesters. Yeah well we're we're still. We're still quarantined. While there's people are slippery time I haven't heard any updates either about John McCain was wearing an ankle monitor because he had been arrested swearing Ankle Monitor in Heaven Now. Tom Yes there's a UFO fresh lipped fastest. There's there's just a lot of video footage of Ufo over Rio and then it crashing and then like videos of like Just like a ton of like government helicopters and stuff like I mean it's a Ufo in the pure sense of the term in unidentified flying object. I'm not saying it's aliens could plane. It could have been. I don't think a plane but it could have been like you know an experimental top secret government drone or something But it's a real weird looking thing that crashes and They sure seem like they want to cover it up. Who took the video just a regular Brazilian gay? Yeah Regular Brazillian. Guys Brazilian gals you know. They they whipped out there there for a everybody's got a camera in their pocket nowadays They took all these videos poem. Online ally them are getting deleted. Tim By you know who who I don't know maybe the aliens. I'm not clear. Now Tim the government the government. That doesn't want us. To know the truth although zillion government yeah although now the government's come out and said like yeah. Ufo's are thing sometimes our government. Okay Yeah Yeah. That's fine man. Look I don't. I'm not well versed on this. What is a Ufo an unidentified flying object? Now there's also USO's which are on an unidentified submerged objects. Those are in the water. That scares me more than a UFO. The I mean there's a lot of People that say like that way more prevalent that now people see Weird Shit you know flying around the ocean a lot of people say the USO is a pretty pretty well that's where the UFO's go to hide the UFO's become USO's when people get to curious. Is this all you had to talk about all the talk about tim? This changes everything we know has if aliens are extra dimensional beings are visiting our planet and seeing what's going on that's you know that's not in I didn't learn about that in in school. Did you the no matter. The new textbooks guarantee. Apparently they've they've they've deleted these Brazilian videos. That's true well. Hopefully these resilience of save them on their phone. Hopefully they didn't put them online and they go. Well that's online forever. Time to clear up some space on my phone if you had to okay so you saw this video videos. Yeah he's on numerous videos of a UFO crashing and then government helicopters coming in to cover it up. What do you think happens next? Like what do you think is going on there that the government doesn't want you to know? The Brazilian government does not want getting out a. I think probably the. Us government's Already like strong-armed. Its way in there and but like at at we'll take it from here. Why do you say that? Because they're the ones they've got the most information about all this stuff about all the UFO technology and whatnot your us. Centric VIEW IS I. Don't think accurate rate you don't think the US government if there were all these like ufo videos that they wouldn't be like yeah. We'll take it from here. You know it's like when you're in the FBI comes in the hotel so local police department like we got it from year. You another another sovereign nation. Tom We don't have any jurisdiction to. Why do you assume that we have all the this is? This is serious. Matic view that you have. That's right I'm not saying the. Us The United States should be doing it. Tim But I'm saying that that's probably what happened. So what are they covering up? Maybe something crashed and they've recovered. I mean something did crash. That's proven And recovering technology video that purports to show the crash craft but it is a suspect video. I will not put my seal of approval on that video now. What makes that suspect as opposed to the other videos that you watched 'cause it's kind of just like a two good video. What is your short evaluating? These videos If there are multiple videos and they're all showing the same thing. Okay I I don't care while you're gonNA care when they show up at your front door. I'll tell you that much who you know who tim. How was your week ever? You'd thriving doing better than I've ever been doing in my whole life feeling great while that's disrespectful there everybody else. Who's not sorry? Sorry Y'all I'm thriving. I'm doing wonderful. I'm glad to hear Tim. I've been having trouble sleeping. Why because every scared by from aliens I mean a little bit because I also the saying about like how you can summon aliens. And it's like I don't WanNA accidentally summit in Alien. You Get spooked by aliens legitimately off in your life. Your adult life has anxiety is alien. Induced anxiety caused you any lack of sleep A little a little bit. I will say just because I was watching this other thing the other night it was late and then I was thinking like well you know with the aliens are like. Oh this guy's watching a documentary about us. Let's give him a thrill go down. Meet him shake his hand sign. Some autographs need really get a kick out of that have access to your video streams of course they've accessed my video streams tim they can also teleport into my closet and open up my closet. While I'm you know Fallen Asleep and scare the hell out of me. That's my war Got I want that to happen? If they're listening to this stream guys. Please don't surprise me like that. Surprised me during the day in a nice open field with like other people around not at night while Malone in my bed by hiding in my closet and coming out as I'm falling asleep and paralyzing me surprise me anytime. Come come anytime you cowards. If these if these frigging No no good cowards. Think everybody who's been to space as a coward. No I think our allies I don't think astronauts are as brave as we say they`re. They're pretty brave. I just don't think they're smart as we say they are. Jesus Christ every Asher not is ten times smarter than you. Yeah that's true. A lot of people are smarter than me. That doesn't mean they're geniuses. I think it does. I'll go on record luck. I don't want astronaut show up in my closet. I'm more afraid of astronauts and I am Valiente Nassar Punchy in the face I've seen video of it. Yeah if you if you tell them that you know. They didn't go to the moon. That makes sense if I went all the way. The goddamn moon in some idiot was like you didn't go the moonlight sock them. One Framework is talking about the Was a buzz Aldrin. Neil Armstrong yeah. You're right it was some conspiracy theorists. Went up to like you. You didn't go to the moon. And he sock them even as an old man. You know what I kind of. I disagree with buzz on that one. Why sock guys like you went to the moon? Who Cares who cares what some idiot says you. So we're going to the moon. You're so proud of sitting in a chair while a bunch of scientists did all the work and you sat there and then went to the moon for ten minutes and then set. Sheridan wasn't ten minutes and also think about your coming out of Like an applebees with your family. Somebody just runs up and sticks microphone your phases like eater and go the Moon admit it. Even if somebody did that to me and I haven't been to the Moon. I'd punch him. If somebody came up to me I was like you never did. A podcast complete everything. Okay I did but I don't care gave you know and what we do Tom. What we do here every week way harder than what any astronaut has ever done in Braver. Too Tim this week. We're talking about videoconferencing etiquette. It's become a hot topic as it were Because that's how everybody's you know talking to each other nowadays. Do you feel like I feel like I mean. We're I'm dating myself. I'm not dating myself that that would be the wrong. An affront to God But do you feel like Like we grew up the idea of like a video conferencing with like this crazy far fetched futuristic idea and then one day was just like. Oh that's a very easy thing to do and everybody can see it all the time and it's boring in everybody's this is so mundane and it sucks. I hate it. Yeah and like nobody really wants to do it. I mean sometimes you do but in a lot of situations especially nowadays. A lot of people are doing it for work. It's like like it makes me wonder if like one day teleportation has guy become real. I can't believe I have to teleport to you. Know debt Russia today and Meanwhile somebody like old Jewel Jules. Verne would be like well. That's beyond anything. I could have even imagined and offense coordinator. Yeah you're looking at any modern situation through Jules Verne's is thinking. Oh what would what would you think? W W J T yeah but I think it just it. It went so quickly. I feel like we. Didn't you know what I think it was be when it started out? It sucked so bad that it took a while for it to gradually get better. There was never that moment of like holy cow limited. This this works because the first time anybody like our age did it. It's like oh I think that's Tam. Right that BLOB. Pixels NEAT yeah. I remember one year for Christmas. I got a little Webcam in his. Probably like Nineteen Ninety Eight. It was black and white and it looked like the picture was being printed on a Dot. Matrix Printer. Yeah which is weird. It's like. Oh Yeah Webcams went through. A weird dot matrix was different and none of my friends really had him. And you couldn't really The Internet wasn't fast enough to really right. Yeah nobody was still like dial up but he was cool. It was cool as hell and I was glad it was a little It was a little orb. Yeah the type you're thinking of you're talking about. I think I might have had one of them to thinking of. I had it Tom. Oh if you're thinking of Halley's I was was webcasting before it was even a thing. Step aside Joe Rogan. Do you remember there was What was her name Jen Jenny it was like the first like live streamer. She likes streamed everything like twenty four. Seven is like a big deal at the time and while she was on. Tv Yeah just TV is now twitch TV right but it was better than the Chen was i. Yeah I feel like that was her name and she was just live streaming all the time and it was like yes. Sometimes you know she would get naked not like get naked. He was like she would have to change your clothes or something and I think that was the main reason why people were watching psych. I can watch the stream just somebody eating dinner for our soon and going about their day and some good money for that. It's true and back then it was free. You just had to vote you know twenty four hours a day to that small chance that you might see a very pixelated picture of a topless woman I just searched for I live streamer Janney and it's all poor. It's wall to wall pornography. What's well yeah? But all of the sudden it's everywhere and look. Some people aren't very good at etiquette on these things I went to a website that I now forget where was hold on. I'll find the link That Yeah it was Al Labs Dot Com. They have a list of ten tips for successful video conference and I think he's our tips for people. Yeah their tips. Who who would they be tips for? Its from OWL labs. I thought maybe this might have been a website for AL's No. It's a lab where there where they study. Owls they die presumably. Dissect owls to find that about How To livestream correctly no? I think it's video conferencing and it's like well sometimes when we're dissecting and owl you know the camera's not on the owl the cameras on the person it's like well the person the other and they wanna see the Al Yeah And you know they might sometimes livestream the owls. When they're awake they need to livestream them to a place where where people are awakened since the house awake at night. They have to set up a camera and then someone at a different time zone can observe them when it's for them during the day. Yes that makes sense. Are there scientists that that like have devoted their lives to studying at of course first of all that sucks right because als stink but second of all those people had to become nocturnal? Now I don't I mean I don't think als if your job is every day observing owls and how they live. Yeah what are you know? You're not gonNA be awake when they're awake well if you're observing them in a lab you can control the time. Maybe I'm talking about in the Wild Tom. They know what Al is doing out in the wild. They have to observe them right. Yeah I would imagine that. Their job is not entirely consisting of observing AL's probably occasionally observed the owls and then they go back and you know go over the data or something but yes I imagine. If you're an IT'd be easy if you know for three weeks Ed to be on Al Time and then one week there were GonNa go analyze the data that like they would just maintain the owl our so when they go back out into the field. They could easily adjust. I don't think it's that hard to adjust him. I think you're really going dim from being nocturnal to being normal in apologies. Sandy Nocturnal listeners. We have I'm saying also even people that aren't nocturnal. There are plenty of people that have jobs that require overnight shifts. I know and they become nocturnal. No they don't become nocturnal. Sometimes they do the overnight shift and then they go back to their regular you know being awake at during the day shift. People need a routine Eighteen well you still have a routine and it's like every Thursday. We stay up late and watch the owls a drink. Something different on Wednesdays. Exactly do you think. Do you think the Tuesday night alligators. Scientists is sharing the information with the Thursday night L. Scientists. Oh eighty over a video conference may be damn and here's some of the tips. The company has tip number one. Mute yourself when not speaking. Hey this tip for Utah. Let's say Mute yourself when speaking to well. That's brewed. Tim Extremely Rude. I have a lot of important things to say. A lot of interesting thoughts to share That's definitely I think a good. That's a good tip especially on a very big videoconferences like I'm talking. I should I should also point out. I think all these tips and what we're talking about today is not like what mean you're doing right now where it's a one on one. Yeah no residing it out big. What's the biggest videoconference you've been on during all this craziness probably some of the biggest in the world have been some numbers on this? Yeah some of them were too big that they couldn't even count. How many people? The computers couldn't count that high really but they keep they could keep the streams going the pair. That's interesting I think the biggest I've been on has been sixteen. Okay so I've been on some that have been like for work Couple of hundred people a couple of hundred people. What happens in the in the software when that happens? I don't think you can I think comes more of like a presentation thing and you can. Yeah You the host can designate a set number of people whose cameras are view Western. No this zoom zoom meeting and I could Maybe there's more like close. Maybe one seventy five to one hundred ninety but but you can't look at view where you can see a one hundred ninety people all at the same time. Be Insane Tom. That'd be unless it. It'd be like one of those things where a bunch of little pictures when the stack of next to each other makes another. Big Picture a mosaic. It's called yes but a mosaic. With with with photos you know a photo mosaic photo sick. That's different than like a mosaic. That it's just like a bunch of tiles right. I mean not really in a way but in a way it's very different well in a way when the tiles when these pictures get small enough. They become tiles themselves. Yeah that's that's essentially what? I was saying that if if we were to stack all those on a standard sized computer screen they might as well be little tiles little ceramic tiles right. And have you seen that I? I'm still just trying to imagine what it looks. Oh Oh wait to answer your question. No no there's no way to do that. It's the same thing as like you know you can you can scroll like there's a lot of different boxes and we're talking about this zoom software and can can. I catch something about the zoom software. Tom Of course we. They're not a sponsor this they're no longer sponsor it's A. It's way more confusing that it needs to be right. There's a lot of settings that you can sit and they're not on the same place. Yeah exactly my parents want to do zooms all the time. They called me up in and their say. How do we do this? And like it's like a fifteen step process to like create a to schedule a zoom meeting. See any time I've done family calls. It's been either facetime if it's just a couple of people or it's been House party do you know about this? This APP called the House Party. I do about this APP called House party because my wife said that She got a notification when you like are active on House Party and I meant to talk to you about this off air. Yeah well you can tell her. She should turn off that setting when you're around. So yeah that lighting up and all of a sudden you know no. This kid plays APP. Yes they were investors in. House party early on. I wouldn't be surprised if either kid or play who is like a big silicon valley. Yeah I mean. Mc Hammer is nowadays. Earth does he was. I don't know how true that was. Like how much money he was actually investing or if he was just like. Oh we got MC hammer in on our series. He only invested like a hundred dollars. But like isn't that funny MC Hammer's barter this house. I think house parties the APP that they recently were pretty honest about. Hey A lot. More people are using our APP. Then you stew. That's bad we we need people to start paying US please. Here's our premium service. We're GONNA be legit. You don't really get that much from it but if you're using this Salat please consider just giving us some money Do you give them money. I know I don. I may have only use a couple of times. Like it's like a fifteen dollar a month thing it's like I I don use it that much But how party is pretty easy. I don't think I've done like a family. Zoom it's more friends. Zoom or businesses. Zooms zooms Tom. I basically live on zoom into my understand it's easily hackel in anybody could see what see and hear anything. I do all the time. So that Yeah that's the problem. Zooms been around like zoom people. Think like some people think like oh they came out of nowhere zooms been around for like a decade. They're a publicly traded company and kind of their whole thing early on was. We need to make video conferencing software. That's easy for like you know somebody like Rupert Murdoch to us like some impossibly old exotic shit dummy. Yeah that he's probably listening along with the aliens in the astronauts like we're GONNA GET. We're gagging listens up one way or another but they. They made it very easy to use and the way they did that was they kind of took a lot of security shortcuts and one of the one of the most infamous things they did and this was a year or two ago. They made it at least on. Max If you uninstalled the software is like okay cool. Yeah we'll walk through the UNSAL thing but we're GonNa leave a web server running silently in the background on your computer all the time just in case somebody sends you zoom length so we can like very quickly reinstall everything for you And you know that is like a convenient thing but it is obviously like just not taking somebody security into account whatsoever the oven an open web server running on your computer that you don't know about there's like a huge open door for somebody With nefarious ideas to get in there. Yeah cruel intentions. Maybe yeah and I mean there was. Zoom bombing was going on because You could easily just like you know. Especially nowadays people were bored. And there's a lot of zoom calls going on you just like put in random numbers until you hit a number. That is an active call. I mean when we were teenagers said is a thousand percent where we would have been doing. We live in doing that. Normally let alone during a quarantine when nobody had anything to do. I feel for the teams right now. Tom One hundred percent. So you can't mix things up really When you're quarantine with your parents summer vacation. No I imagine if I was a teen going through this now like I would have been having like such ridiculous screaming fights with my parents because I feel like it's faultline. I can hang out with my friends. They don't have it. Yeah definitely because like you. Don't want to give up your summer vacation when you're teen teen listening to this. This sucks for you because suburb. When you're a teenager is the best. Your life is ever going to get an hour. And there's only a few of the one of them is getting robbed this summer. We're getting the raw steel. We're all grownups this is. This is fine but man summertime teens. You're fucked I would. I would give any amount of money to go back to just one teen summer. You know even thought sucked. Yeah no a yeah. I'd I'd have to like I'd complain about like waking up at like nine. Am So. I can get to my job at the swimming pool where I laid on a couch all day with my friends in head to clock out at six. Pm In do whatever. I want right. While while getting a nice Suntan. Yeah and Eating fast food for lunch every day and somehow being you know the skinniest We ever were in the best shape pictures of me as a teen sometimes. Not Sometimes I've just seen. Oh my God damn real hotty. We'll get that body you had. You had a goatee for for some high school. I did have. I mean that's not what I look at and think like. Wow look at that. Look at that. Goateed man see from the generation X. No but I look at pictures from when I was in high school and I was like. Oh at the time. I thought like I was fat. And it's like well. I got news for Eighteen Tom. If you think that's not what you look like now so anyway. Sorry parents of teens because like these teens know what they're missing out on right now and also teaser frequent vicious to their parents when they want. Yeah we're GONNA have a whole generation of virgin teens out there. The wild after this Break Zoo Anyway. Mute yourself when you're not talking on a work conference call because everybody no air. There's always like the person that doesn't know their unneeded. And then you have the collar. It's like hey could everyday check. Check their their muted. And somebody's like. Yeah Wow I got that. They're talking to somebody else. It's like. Hey could ever be. Check that you're muted and you were saying it's always a woman that forgets to mute. That was a man's impression. I'm I mean if anything. Tim that sounds that is more an indictment an indictment against you that you think just because somebody's nagging that they're a woman no I was. I was looking at you in In video chat and you put on you put a Boeing your hair in a pretty dress on when you did that impression. Jim Number nine tip number to be beyond time. You are very bad at this time off. Tim You late to this call today. Although I guess I did say this does count the count for the we've had a number of Of Friend zooms Anywhere from would you say four participants in what I what I mean by. Participants are Actions Your exactly so there can be a couple people in from four to maybe ten participants. Your you have like a fifty percent rate of being like over ten or fifteen minutes late dino why I was late on the last one and I emailed to tell her baby late. We weren't checking our e mail. We were we were in a zoom friend sang. Well I email you. Were interviewing our friends company two minutes before it started Putin up. Resumes Shooting. Up our computers slopping out the disk it now operating system going The reason I was late was because the other day accidentally left the cover of my ice cream maker on the oven and it melted. Oh no yeah so the only way to get the ice cream maker work now is that you have to stand there and hold it while your computer onto half of it is in use now and it makes it very annoying. Sound had to stand there for twenty minutes holding it to make the ice cream. So you're you're late to avoid ice cream. I mean that's a hell of a reason. Yeah in this current time. That's like as a legit as anything else. Present number three. Insure your technology works correctly. Yeah I feel like everybody's technology works pretty correctly nowadays Yeah unless something's seriously wrong with with like their cameras broken or their microphone doesn't work something everything pretty much. Yeah I mean that's why I like doing it from my ipad more because it's like I know that there's just GonNa work like I'm not gonNA have to download camera drivers or select different audio sources just work however the bad thing with ipads iphones is. You're either with underpaid almost slave labor. They're made there either have to do it in portrait mode which is fine for a one on one like facetime call but if you're with a group you WANNA turn it sideways so that you get them the most angles but then the cameras on the side. So they entire time. You're on the call. It looks like you're looking at something else They gotta start putting these cameras behind the screens. I know but second of all the eye contact thing. I don't need eye contact on zoom call on any either but when it's on the side it looks like somebody's looking at something else. Are you looking into the camera when you talk? Yes Tim. I'm always looking into the I see I see so it would be easier. Okay I mean right now. Honestly like we're talking but the IPAD is like a further away than it normally would be so it's probably not as Off Pudding Right But yeah I mean I don't like when I can when people look me in the eye and I don't like looking people in the eye sawyer. Coward you're famous famously. A huge couch by Emma. Shy Guy Number four us. What the Hell is this means? Use Technology to fully engage remote participants. There's some real corporate speak here going on this. Is the owl people that are telling you and then number five is choose the proper software and hardware? We'll know shit. Don't try do it on your toaster. That's not the right hardware used hardware and software some as skip to number six where we'll on hold on hold on what technology to fully engage remote participants mean. I don't that's what I'm saying. I think there's video conference you. There's two paragraphs after this. Did you not read the Hell Labs Tim? I use the bullet points. Jeez way they say what's so interesting. Use The a camera and microphone and a speaker. Yeah no shit this is. There's an out. There's a meeting al which is a which is a device. It's a three hundred sixty degree camera. Oh like als. They can turn their heads that that much. Yeah this basically just says buyer weird Webcam no and did they even study. Als- I don't know I don't even see a picture of an owl on this whole site. There's a picture of a lady on the top and Turtleneck. Well if anything she should be worrying Howell neck that way she could turn her head three hundred sixty degrees Tom. I just want to clarify something. Mc Hammer Did investments in startups. He focused on minority entrepreneurs and The Wall Street Journal back in Twenty Eleven Their headline was MC hammer to minority and entrepreneurs quote. Let's get it started. That's not his song so apparently The whoever wrote the headline just you know went deep into Mc Hammer discography because Let's get started was. Yeah but it was. It was two years before Please hammer don't hurt him. Which had you can't touch this on. It was like was. It's like pre fame. Mc Hammer MC hammer hipster like oh no I was into MC hammer from Before that album. Yeah anyway you didn't. You didn't buy bleach when it came out you just bought never mind that type of person but for MC Hammer. Yeah where work appropriate clothing is number. Six Yeah I think that's I mean what is work appropriate clothing at this on your job but like I don't know anybody GonNa get dinged at this point for wearing a hoodie and like a baseball cap is going to be like moon. I don't think so however I've had I've had calls with people that I am paying not sex not a sex thing. We'll seibert extra where I've been like really you're just like you know dressing down. I come on did you give them addressing down. No I didn't give them a down by. I think one of the important things during this time is to still like a shower and get dressed and everything. Hey Tom you ever hear freaking self-care dare how dare you? That's what I'm talking about. Someone practice self care. Maybe self-care to you is taking a shower. Self-care to somebody else might be wearing their favorites would not taking a shower. Yeah I mean in some some ways not taking a shower is self care self care just means doing whatever you want right. Yeah I think so regardless of the consequences for others. Yeah number seven These people that had the dress inappropriately men or women generally What in your trapped is some kind of a trap. There is a story. I don't think anybody can prescribe what what people should be should be wearing in any situation. There is a story recently about 'cause like courts or doing video conferencing like some some judge or wherever flipped out because they had one lawyer who took the took the call from their bed and then another lawyer A male lawyer who was on the call not wearing a shirt. Whoa yeah so it's like come on you gotta you gotTa put in. Not you necessarily have to be a ton of effort but pretend you're seeing somebody in person put in that amount of effort. Yeah lawyers really run the gamut from like smart two really dumb To to just total scumbags yes much like astronauts they run the gamut summer heroes. Some our discounts number seven framed. The camera appropriately Yeah bad job of it on our video calls Tom. Yeah you're like in the bottom of the frame and get up and walk around. Yeah so what I saw. What it's unprofessionally thinking when I'm pacing have your number eight have the right light. I cl- I don't know if you noticed by close the curtain here Tim because it was too bright You could see me better. What do you make a professional? What do you make these people who are Ordering kind of the Instagram influencers kits of like ring lights and stuff to make them look better on video conferencing. I think that's fine. I mean how is that any different than like you know clothes or makeup or haircuts to make yourself look better. Yeah no I think I think it's fine to I was thinking of getting a ring light in becoming An influence Tom. Yeah I'm one hundred percent behind you. I'd like to influence people. I think people would be influenced by me if I if I looked good enough if I had the right lighting I think lighting would be enough to convince people to listen to be a bad influence on that like people who are following them following what he says. And it's bad advice. Rebel eat more. Donuts smoke cigarettes. He's just a he's a bad influence. Yeah that'd be cool mom. You don't understand he's cool. He's not even smoking real cigarettes. That's just an instagram filter. To make it look that way A number eight nine. Look into the camera. We talked about that number ten. Pay attention that's one for you. I find these. You don't pay attention when we're doing these sometimes. What do you mean you get bored and go lay down. Yeah I get bored when you start talking about aliens and you have nothing to say about them. What can I say? There are aliens in Brazil. Cool what else. I wish I had more to say about them. Tim But the Goddamn government won't let me. I mean they won't let me know if I know I'm GonNa say something that goes without saying but I said it. I found these other weird advice. Things one was a keep your body movements as minimal as possible. Why that so people can get a good read on you be attention but that doesn't that doesn't extend you don't Yawn. In the the in the microphone I talk in. That was a soundboard thing I think that I think. That's like a throwback when like a video is more compressed. If he moved around too much people wouldn't have the bandwith to view it properly. It looks like when I'm not paying attention. Tom Do you just wait? What a great threat for her listeners. To hear one else so I have in here. Oh your meeting. I have a note here. It's your own meeting beyond God damn time. I've had a few of these words. It's like somebody else hosting in their late. Don't be late here on meeting. The worst is when they're when you're stuck in a waiting room when they're let you in fuck you let me in one thirty. I'm here on elite. Feels like a power move when people do that. Yeah well being yourself during such meetings is important. Always relax and try to have fun. Engage your audience as much as possible. Perhaps you break the silence with cracking joke. That makes them laugh and so on. Remember the more jokes. You interject the more your audience will pay attention and stay focus in what you are delivering. This is from the owls. No is from a different website. You can't just read other content. Tom Well this was bad website so I can just read it. He's a white supremacist website. You don't WanNa give them easy. Talks DOT COM E. Z. Said TALKS DOT COM. I've been getting pretty good at then. Truly quiz them while. I'm on these calls because what I'll d sometimes if if I'm on a call with like My girlfriend Mute it and then I'll do like Ventura Liquisa hey you WANNA get off this call for disowned and nobody can see my lips moving. Sometimes I while I'm drinking water or even less suspicious so your girlfriend is with you when you're using it sounded like you were video conferencing with her and you put it out of us. Take it so she can hear it. 'cause you're muted and your lips started moving impressing here. I've I've put it on mute and then I have the control equipment dummy talk to me and say hey aren't get all just call you know and I do appreciate being a call with you. Tom Large friend chat. Kiss your easily bored and so like you're always I one to be like okay enough. I'm done by everybody. And then that frees everybody up to be like. Oh Yeah I'm GonNa go to yeah Nobody WANTS TO BE THE ASSHOLE. Who BRINGS EVERY party? Yeah but you're willing to be the asshole in most situations but emma the astle or am I the hero according to your consistently an asshole in most in most situations sometimes it's it's it's better effects for others. Look the other day. We were on the call for two hours. Enough is enough. I know I felt the same way we did. Stay on after you left our and talked about me. No everybody left weird we had we had A. This is a new segment. Go Tim and time just catch up about what happened the night before we had a bunch of people on. I think there was like seven or eight boxes on the screen at one point. Yeah men everybody left except for three boxes and you would never guess the three people that were left you and your wife. Aj in his life and Christine Leftovers. Exactly right all right. Do you want to solve a problem? Sure we can. I say one more thing that I was going to say. Hello and welcome to Timothy Ten. I'm Tom and we're going to solve a problem. That radio delay or were you like yawning something. No that was. Maybe it was radio delay on my end. I just saw you staring at me for like three seconds like I was supposed to say something. Yeah you were supposed to say your name I did. I said Tom Tom. Did you not hear that part? I heard you say it. Look this this quarantine is really getting to US brother. If you'd like us to solve a problem of yours you can email us at the complete guide to everything gmail.com Tom. This one comes from a guy named Joe. Lady named Joe from the facts L. F. Right Man Tim and Tom you can use my name. I've got a problem concerning flies. I would like to get some help with okay. I'm a university student in Bristol. Uk. In the past couple of weeks there has been a plague of flies sweeping across the city. You read about this on the news stone. No Avenue haven't heard about a plague in the news. I didn't realize it was this. I share a flat with my mates and our living room slash kitchen area has become completely infested. There's one large window to this room. We have to keep it open most of the time because it gets so hot inside. Yeah it means that it is a complete nightmare to be in our only communal room in. Obviously it makes cooking anything away more frustrating process. Obviously this problem is enhanced by the fact that we can hardly leave our bloody flat at the moment only a flat perfect indistinguishable from an Englishman. We have quote declared war and on these flies multiple times but no matter how many we get rid of their population bounces back pretty quickly. Not sure what we can do. Other than investing in a mosquito net for our window screens. Yeah I mean you can get a screen for the window. That's a thing. Well we'll get to that Also admittedly students. We don't live in the cleanest environment naturally but this fly problem is an actual thing for our area. He was in the news and everything. So even when everything's clean here the flies remain would love to hear your advice longtime listener of the show. Keep it up. We love it. Joe From Bristol from Bristol when flies get into my apartment. It's always like a real bonding experience from Between me and my dog ginger because we both hate flies and we're both like on the case to catch the fly. She wants to catch the fly with their mouth usually but I she probably eat so many bugs that you don't even know about that's fine. I don't care sheets. Bugs tells me about it otherwise. Yeah feeding her horse meat all the time so I recently throughout my flyswatter because I figured I needed anymore. I've been an active ultimate hubris. But you also have technology from fifteen years ago. That is absolute and unnecessary. And you hold onto that kind of stuff. Yeah you have magazines from forty years ago. Look I wasn't using the fly swatter and I got rid of it and then I desperately needed it the other day but guess what a magazine stood in place for it. No problem did you get the fly. Yeah I got the fly. I'll actually. I'm rewriting history. My girlfriend opened the window and flew out as I was running around trying to kill it with a magazine You're you're ragging on Joe earlier because of He he hasn't gotten a screen in my apartment. My my windows are oddly shaped or oddly sized. They're they're rectangles That there are no windows or anything. There are no standard screams. So we've looked into it but you need to get like custom. Screens made for our windows and figure Bristol. Probably has a lot of custom screen situations but these guys are but poor university students. They can't they can't go look at the in in the world right now. Do you think the custom screen makers are like okay? We'll get right on it Probably because making a screen is probably a one person job. You don't know I know I don't know but also I feel like in England. I've never seen to Windows. That were the same size. I think all the screen Sarah Custom. I don't think I've ever seen screen and win in a window in the UK. And No. And I've never been able to keep a window up in any place. Yeah and everything's made of stone. Everything's way too old and then people always tell us like oil. I went to Boston and they will tell me about something. That's old and it's not as eldest my flat that I live in and it's like all right fine. Guess what? We have air conditioning though. Yeah that's a tradeoff. Plagues of flies harder hit than any other country on earth with an actual plague. I would say that I. If you've got a bunch of flatmates you can all go in together on a screen. You're not to get screened for everyone not just get screens for one window and honestly if displays like a shithole anyway go ahead and get a mosquito net and just you know tape that to the window. That sounds like it would be better than the situation. You're currently living in Hell it this sounds like hell also get some fly paper. That stuff works great. It's disgusting. It's so gross. But he'll work You can also get one of those electric flyswatter. So sings pretty ridiculous. Yeah we'll take advantage of the situation. Have Some Fun. What does it do it? Just it just like goes. On a hinge. Just like Popol happened. Known Goddamn knows Tim you idiot. It's not a mechanized flyswatter. It looks like a fly swatter but the the grid that normally you would have to like. Get a fly between a surface and that that grid is electrified. It's like a big electric fence. So you have to do is touch the fly with it. He and his made to the using it on each other all the time. That's fine. That's just mates horsing around. Yeah remember when you had that later. That people shocks. Yeah electrocuting lighter guy. That was one of the best things I've ever owned. Yeah do you still so much broke now? It wore out and that I bought in Thailand. I think it was like you know the type of thing they couldn't making sell in America. This is a very strong shock. Give it give you. What a great. What a great shocking device. Because you think about a lighter. Somebody's going to grip a lighter. Pretty hard unless you're you're yeah grip on it and this one would activate when you press the button and it would light so you could. Even this thing was great. I gotta get another one because there was a switch underneath where you could turn it off so you could use. I mean I didn't smoke but like you could theoretically use it to light your own cigarettes. Maybe a cake and I have a lake and you can very discreetly flip the switch. These people would have no suspicion whatsoever that they were about to be dangerous electrocuted. Yeah so you get some people pretty bad with thing how man once everything opens back up again. I'm getting an electric lighter. Joe That's our. That's our advice. Electric lighter to that will help pass the time. Yeah and you can burn the the flies and you can electrocute them. Yeah Okay Right. I mean they're okay to kill people won't be out. Yeah I mean I would say the electric the advantage to electric flyswatter is. You're not smashing the fly so it's not as gross right you know. Sometimes he smashed the flying. It's cool now. There's a streak of blood on my wall. I like that Joe Describes we have declared war on these flies multiple times that I just picture like him and five of his Of his made so all in a a tiny roasting out apartment killing hundreds of flies. Just running around screaming with their shirts off visit Blah and And it's not really making any progress in right lapsing into a big. Otis HEAP THE FLOOR. Get making progress. But then turning a blind eye to the to the flies coming back in and slowly building. Backup yeah yeah well I or just live with it or move. Get a mosquito net and get an electric flyswatter and an electric lighter Problem solved in a Taser. That's a little dangerous 'cause all those all those blokes Tim. They're going to be shocking themselves. Shocking need that. Just stick with the electric lighter. That's fine it's not meant to incapacitate some. It's meant to hurt them. Remember that game that you had also was that you get it. Yeah I I had a bunch. I went through a phase right a bunch of really good electric shocking devices. Yeah there is a game where they're like four or five four nodes coming off this this thing and everybody would hold onto one of them Like rush between two fingers. Yeah and it had like it had a few different games. You could play but one was just lights and it was just Russian roulette where the lights would go around and pick somebody at random to shock them but the great thing about it was that thing had like a press activation so if somebody let go prematurely it would shock them. So it's like I have to like hold onto it as tight as you can That's your only chance not getting shocked if you if you flinch and like oh you are. GonNa get shocked. What a great game. I got that game I do have somewhere. I will find that Tim wants this quarantines over. Yeah we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA really mix it up with all these shocking devices. Get thrown The first bar. We all go to look for to for people's from people screaming. If you like a friend on facebook we don't do that. Good a T. GTE DOT COM for more. Invite you do this part time. You can also follow us on twitter at complete guide to. Cathal me on twitter and Instagram at Tom. Reynolds felony at your pal Tim. You can follow our complete guide instagram at TC T. USA checkout our patron at Patriotair dot com slash complete guide for our secondary. Show books. The podcast this week we are finishing up eighty days around the world around the world in eighty days. 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Super Bowl LIV Recap: Defending Kyle Shanahan, Radio Row Greatness, and Autograph Chasing

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Super Bowl LIV Recap: Defending Kyle Shanahan, Radio Row Greatness, and Autograph Chasing

"Coming up on today's show Super Bowl. Fifty four was one for the record book. We partied podcast. And we took our maiden voyage on the Tommy. Yeah we breakdown. The greatness of any reason why Kyle Shanahan drink called the right plays in the fourth quarter. Cuban cigars have time sexiness and the annexation of Puerto Rico. Rico baby all of this and much much more coming up on another award winning and Super Bowl trophy hoisting episode of the Tomahawk Show. Welcome everybody to the hangover episode of Super Bowl fifty four. Oh boy. Andrew Hawkins the humblest of all co host in the land joined by my guide. Joe Thomas Not that you make at home. I made it home. It was not a fun or pleasant experience. Getting home. Bu- AH sometimes when you're hadn't back from the Super Bowl or any time you've ever I because apparently flight attendants don't have the strict policy of being hang up and waking up on time getting to work that football players do so what happened. Tell me did you miss a flight. It did Mechanical Issues Happen. Okay and did you so my flight out of Miami was six thirty. AM on Monday morning. Okay so that means with the traffic. That never stopped in Miami. The entire time we were there doesn't matter what time you're leaving or whatever you're going. It was like an hour to go from Miami beach to Miami me and from wherever you are to the airport second hour so right I left my hotel at four thirty in the morning. I'm Monday after getting home from the game at almost one. AM So just. A couple of hours catnap get home from the game have a beer. Little to our catnap. Jumping the cargo to the airport. Plenty of time at the airport. Fort Wayne for the plane and get the dreaded for those of you on Flight Delta Flight bub-bubba zero nine nine four eight niner to Atlanta One of our flight attendants overslept and is not here right now there in route and she we'll be here in about an hour but that's gonNA cause about a forty five minute delay so pretty much all of you guys are GonNa Miss Your connections. Why okay that's not not great news because many of you may not realize this put Madison is not the largest city in America does not have a lot of flights that go in and out of Madison it shocked? You didn't have a direct flight but it makes sense yeah. There's no direct flights from south Florida to to Madison. Wisconsin doesn't happen does does not exist. It's not L. A. Hawk Okay here's three flights a day that go on Atlanta to Madison. That's one of the big hubs so I had to go a Fort Lauderdale to to Atlanta Atlanta Madison and the Atlanta Madison flight. I was on like eight. AM Well We. We missed that connection but of course being the day after the Super Bowl. It's like one of the busiest travel days of the year. There's not really a lot of open seats just available at any time right so my next best option was like Atlanta Minneapolis. Madison Addison and get home at like seven. PM and maintain my same class of travel. which for a guy like you hockey? Probably don't understand but that's first class the only way this guy. His big fat ass on an airplane is I've never. I've never had a first class so actually the legroom is not the biggest issue when I I fly coach. It's the fact that my shoulders are too wide. And so I'm Kinda stuck doing like a scoliosis curve no matter where I am if I'm in the middle actually the middle. It'll seats the best because I can't curve you the way people on either side of me. But if I'm on either side I have to do like scoliosis curve and I've got a bulging disc in my back so when I do that puts extra pressure my desk. I know my back spasms and then I'm the guy on the floor crying into the carpet because my back is passing and I can't feel my legs. This is why this is like a podcast of the reason why you don't WanNa be above five foot eleven. Only the height is not the issue. It's just the broadening broadened of the Shoulder Rodney with the height. I mean I'm not going to be five six hundred shoulder issue. I'd like James Harrison. Sure James James very short for it but he has no problem flying First Class because it's worth it for a guy with shoulders that are twice the size of normal coach seat but real quick. I was on a flight with James. This is actually was one of the few times I was in first class. James was two seats in front of me. This is probably about six months ago so I come in. I'm like oh Jay. What's up man? We make some kind of joke. You know I go back to my seat. He always always messing with him on social media. So he's always weird when he was going to say did he want to try to kill you. There is. Let's get him. Yeah like he's like you little shit but I don't care because you know. I'm like the little GNAT that just keeps price I enjoy when I run into him. I seen him again this weekend and I made another joke joke. And he's like I should. I should crush like a mountain. Dew can anyway. So we're on this flight turbulence and everyone's walking by and they going to find the cause. James James Harris Nicholas James Harrison Papin. They're buddies as they're walking by on the flight. We get tyrants in this dude freaks the hell out like and it wasn't just like a I'm three rows behind him as soon as we start getting turbulence. He's in there like Oh shit my Guy Polka. What the hell now? Oh Shit every little. I'm like Dude James. You are going to scare people. I'm not even getting. He freaks out on and his flight was he joking and trying to play it up or was he legitimate. Oh he was like Oh shit. Oh my God home a guy home he was being dead. He wasn't even talk doc. Anybody he was just genuinely freaking out over the statements that surprising being a guy that flies as much as he. Has You know playing fifteen seasons or whatever he's got to be used to it but dude freaking out but anyway so the bottom line is I got to see the inside of Atlanta's airport for like eight hours and tried to sleep an extra after a a couple hours of sleep that night and it was not. It's not a pleasant experience. I ended up flying coach Atlanta to Madison got in at like five thirty last night who we kind of complete the super bowl experience. A little bit of a Downer and if you're listening and you can tell by voices it if they sound different. It was a very very long week in Miami. So this says if it sounds like Elias Campbell talking to order on. That's because me and joe were using our voices all week long to bring the Bacon home to to the Tomahawk show. Listening is the perfect time to say if you WANNA follow us on twitter or social media. Instagram read it at Tomahawk. Show join our facebook. Group leaves voicemail four four zero six to eight one three seven six. We had a blast of a week. Didn't we joe was awesome. I I will say Highlight of my week probably was just getting to hang out with Hawk a little bit you know getting able to be on the Tomahawk Yacht which renamed top the Tomahawk Ocu- do it are the only bright part about my bad Monday was I got a facetime at eight o'clock right when I landed in Atlanta and I was human pissed right shits upside down right now. I'm getting my Cleveland Buddies and I opened it up and they're still at the club and so they're show me the club scene. You know the the light is coming sort of through the door a little bit in the club and all of a sudden I see. Hey Joe t what's up and I look and it's Travis Kelsey and he is wearing the same outfit that he wore for going to the stadium on Game Day. If you remember he was wearing these glasses and like a really loud like Miami ame. Yep Yep jacket thing. I can't even really describe it perfectly. You'll have to go check out. I'm sure it was all over social media But he's wearing the same outfit. 'cause not I love you Man Mike O.. Travel I love you too man. Congratulations and he goes. I Love Mission Barbecue and I go. Well that's Kinda random goes actually. I've never had mentioned barbecues. I love you so much that I'm just going to say I love mission. Well that's really awesome. And you brightened my day. Congratulations adulation that he goes. I gotTA get back to Party C later. There's only one club as eight in the morning in Miami so I know exactly how he was there at live. That's incredible title. That's just a testament to how much he listens to the Tomahawk show. He's one of only two people to ever join the Tomahawk show four times it's him in Akao Rudolph and they. You know once you get to. I think it's ten. Ub You get inducted into the Tomahawk Hall of fame. So he's always. He is building the accolades up. You don't get to the hall of fame in three or four years right. There's Anonima seven seven to ten and we've got a couple tight ends. That are right on the door so right now and I think we're almost the official podcast of all pro tight ends. At this point I agree man. If there's one position that always rocks with the Tomahawk show it's tight ends a travis. Abbas Kelsey Gets A. W If you've been living under a rock that she's beat the forty niners in the super bowl. I was picking that. She's always seek. And I knelt. Got It with my analysis. In last minute I switched over to forty niners and let my heart. Screw me over screw over the analyst in me and you know here we are man what what was your biggest takeaway from the game show our biggest takeaway was the narrative is that Kyle Shanahan hand blew it again but actually I'm gonNA break it down for you. Please thank you Anne tell you why actually what Kyle did is at the end of the game with his play calling and how he was calling some passes when people are everybody was saying he should have been running. The football was actually the smartest thing that he could have been doing. And if you break it down the Cam but to break it down for you. He should be getting applause for how he called the game knowing that he had a quarterback Jimmy G. who wasn't playing at his best gave it to me. We'll break it down for me and here's exactly why right so I pulled a couple notes that it took him all right. Oh no he's about to drop straight fire on your comma flock ass. Listen so the the narrative is and obviously your couch any was the. OC The falcons. They they lost twenty eight to three lead to take an August August the New England Patriots and in this game. They were up ten when I think about nine minutes left they ended up losing by eleven. which is wild but we? I mean we talked about even going in. We're like Oh but if it's down to possession and a half possession or two you're probably not gonNA stop mahomes once. He made the decision that he needs the score. That's the scary part about Bowden is not much you can do to stop that. So let's set this up right now. Okay because the big controversy that if you're listening to People out in social media or in the national title media is because they had a ten point lead there was like like you said about nine minutes left men kyle instead of just run run run run. He was throwing the football. And I'll tell you why that makes sense because first of all Patrick Mahomes was starting to heat up. Pat Didn't really play all that well at the beginning of the game. The armed didn't really actually look right. He got hit a couple of times and and even from where I was sitting which was kind of like right and the the second level corner could still see. He was floating balls that he normally doesn't float. It didn't just look as live as it normally does but to the end of the game he was starting to get hot. And you could feel that in the stadium and at the same time that forty niners defense for. There's good as it is what the chief started doing. They started adding in people in the protection from a running back and tight end standpoint to give a little bit of help on pass Bro on on this. Forty niners defenders and in the pre game show on Sunday on. NFL Network. Mike Robinson Myself Steve Smith. You're talking about the key to victory in this game is going to be the forty niners pass rush versus the chief offensive line and pass blocking if the chiefs past blocking is able to give Patrick mahomes three seconds or more Patrick mahomes and the chiefs are going to win this game. Because that's what he needs to get those guys down the field to stretch the the defenses vertically and that's why they have those speedsters on the outside and they've got a great tight end and Travis Kelsey underneath who can find those holes in the zone if they're going to try to play a zone coverage against him and so three seconds was the cutoff and Let me we just pull up a stat. Three second cutoff. Three seconds self. In the second half the chiefs started putting a running back. echina- tight end on the edge to try to chip or bump those defensive lineman before they get out of their routes to buy a little bit more time. And that made all the difference in the game so Patrick mahomes versus the blitz in the Super Bowl had two point. Four eight seconds to throw in. He had two touchdowns and no interceptions in he was six of nine. Who is and Patrick? Mahomes you mean to say blitz. This is during the whole game. He tuner sentence the I'm San the inverse the blitz over in the game. He was two touchdowns. No interceptions back. There's no blitz. He had three seconds to throw. He was twenty out of thirty three but he had no touchdowns touchdowns and two interceptions and a fifty four percent passer rating. So it's interesting. How when they were blitzing? He was actually more effective than when they weren't blitzing. Let's sing painting the picture right now. About Patrick Mahomes. He's a guy right now that they've kind of figured out how to manage the pass rush. He's moving the ball down the field. So hello from Kyle standpoint. He has to assume that when the ball gets back into. Patrick mahomes his hand. Patrick's GonNa he's going to throw a touchdown he's going to score a touchdown with that offense so if you have that assumption that when Patrick gets the ball back he's GonNa score a touchdown you understand that from an offensive standpoint. You still need to score win. The game can't just run out the clock DOC and win it. Because of how Patrick's playing defense is playing so with that understanding. If you just run run run the defense is thinking run. RUN RUN so they're trying to take it away. So what were the chiefs doing they were blitzing and so- running into a blitz as like guarantee their loss yardage yard. It's almost impossible when when they're just throwing run blitzes at you from a defensive standpoint Offensively there's not a lot of run game that is effective so cows thinking was my best chance for success to score since Jimmy G. is not playing that well right now is to throw the football into the blitz which is a huge advantage for the offense. Because they're able to block it up and it's GonNa GonNa give Jimmy g. a lot better opportunity to throw the football. He's going to be more successful when they're blitzing in that in the and they're trying to take away the Ron instead of if he just goes run run run and and Pont. Patrick Mahomes is going to get the ball and score. Now you're in a situation where the chiefs defense is playing a more conservative. But they're trying to take away the pass ask which is going to make it even more difficult for Jimmy to throw the ball and get it down the field in so if you think about the odds of success of throwing when the defense is expecting being a run are going to be a lot greater especially when your quarterback is not exactly planet as best versus. When it's the defense's expecting a pass and you're trying to pass to come comeback and win the game? Yeah I mean that you're you're right and we knew that going in. It wasn't a surprise to me that that happened right. Everyone knew that's the part that kills me when people have their narrative. They're we're going to run with him no matter what they wanted to run with the cow Shanahan blew a lead but the reality was everybody. FM NEW COMING IN. You'RE NOT GONNA be able to stop patching my home so if it does it comes down to those couple of series where you can't score or you know have long drives. You're going to lose a game. I'll tell you what the game was lost. If Jimmy G. Hits Emmanuel Sanders Zander's on that deep post that's the ballgame it's over like and that's that's the other thing. People are overlooking the plays that Kyle Shanahan drew up in those situations. He got guys open. Yeah there was wide open receivers. There is a chance for success. There's a chance to score. There was a great probability of winning that game if they just execute very simple Perry simple but Jimmy G. wasn't able to do that. He kinda crumbled in pressure situations and and unfortunately for Kyle. Now he's getting blamed for it and I don't know if you heard it after the game they asked. Kyle what he thought about Jimmy Johns performance. And he said he ought he played okay and he was really having a hard time kind of holding back obviously three quarterback under the bus but at the same time you realize that like I dialed up the perfect place and the perfect situation. I got people blow open and my quarterback just missed the throws. But now I'm GonNa take the heat and it's GonNa be part of my narrative and it's going to be part of my brand right now. That oh he blew the super bowl again into two years because he didn't want to run the football and he clammed up which is actually the opposite of what he did because what got what Kyle to the situation where he is right now as an offensive coordinator and where the forty niners are. And we're the falcons were a few years ago when they were in the super bowl was his aggressive mindset mindset. He's unpredictable he's aggressive. He's always got his foot on the gas exactly the way the Patriots always are. That's why the Patriots have been so successful because quarterback that can execute when time exactly because predictability is the enemy of success in the NFL. Whether an offense or defensive coordinator because as soon as that other team figures out what you're doing they're just going to call the perfect quick play for it and so for Kyle if all of a sudden gets in a situation and starts getting nervous that oh I better just run the ball. So people don't say that I forgot forgot to run the ball again. Then that's playing right into the defenses hands you have to be the same coordinator. You are at all times which is unpredictable and aggressive that that keeps a defense on their toes. That where they can never tee off on. What you're doing? There was one time where I feel like the cheese had to number. That could have been bad. It was on a lookie. They went to slant concert. They must blitz renaissance concept into it and he baited the the nickel defender Baited the slot basically gave them the inside. Jimmy drew winter slant and almost got I picked off by the safety and it was like it wasn't just all he made a great play. It was A. I don't know if it was. They were Jimmy G. or they were Bayton whoever but ah they doubted the defense knowing. That's what Jimmy was going to go and they try to set them up for a pick. The guy was literally probably four inches away for making that huge play and probably ceiling deal in in an era. Big Away Yeah I got a question for you. Give it to me so the narrative right now that you know kyle choked and blew it but at the end of the game because he forgot to run. The football Is powerful right now but stupid. Do you think. And it's definitely something he's GonNa have to own. Do you think that this is something thing that's going to affect. Maybe change the way he calls games going into the future. Yes and no yes in the sense of you know he's committed to Jimmy D for Awhile and I still think Jimmy Good quarterback you know what I mean. He clammed up motor back which it was the biggest stage of all against against the best quarterback in the NFL right now and he's just got. I'll play music bad quarterback but he's not as good as Patrick mahomes he missed four throws five throws that literally decided how his season how he's going to feel for the next seven months and prop possibly a couple of years until they get the opportunity again but say yes in the sense that when they get back in that situation and and Kyle has Jimmy Garoppolo as quarterback which he will he is going to take how he handled that situation into account as play calling not that everyone else is saying that he blew. He won't take that into consideration but he does have to take in consideration his personnel. And if if he was given that moment again he probably would have run it or figured out a different way to call these plays and took it out of the hands of Jimmy G. and put it into an and took it. She has a soft mouth because hindsight is twenty twenty that being said if he if he just runs it then they're punting and then Patrick mahomes goes down and scores. And now you've got Jimmy and trying to run two minute drill against the team that is trying. Take Away your two minute drill Iran. Maybe they run the annexation of Puerto Rico or some- tricky. Shit that a throwback to the blitz. You're dumping it over to swing past the depot depot store and about doing stuff like that affiliate special situation. We can agree on that. That sounds like a great play. Yeah I mean it it. It worked for the little giants. I mean come on. That's that's that's based on a true story man But anyway yeah so I think so cal. CAL is young. It sucks and you know how callous he is going to be pissed for the the rest of his life is not something that is ever going to go away from them but the thing to keep in mind is he's so young he's GonNa have more opportunities at this. He's not where everyone else. Sometimes they have the perfect situation where they get the super bowl. Kyle is getting here time in and time out now because he's a better coach than ninety percent of the people in the NFL now. And I don't think that's going to change. I don't think they're gonNA catch up. He will have another opportunity to be in the in the Super Bowl and get get at it like our next coaching. We're GONNA talk about Andy Andy Reid he finally gets one and it's well deserved man. I mean he's been an incredible code for so long and I don't care where you stand on. That side of the debate is like the one thing he was missing was a super bowl win. And even if you don't like Andy Reid and thought he was overrated at any point in time in his career it's kind of undeniable at this point about how great of a coach years and people love them. Go to bat forming. I mean you you truly love to see it. I love Andy Reid he everybody is saying how great of a guy he is. And it's almost become like the cliche like even if somebody doesn't doesn't really know Andy Reid they're like oh he's such a great guy right. I've just heard people say that so much that I just assume it to be true but really the people that I know that know that have played form. And I I played from a couple of pro bowls No big deal draw dropping. He's he's just a very professional coach. He's extremely smart. He's extremely bright right. He treats his players like men knows exactly the details that he wants and he does a great job. Developing assistant coaches and for a guy that is one of the good people born the game. It was really good to see him. Finally get over the Hump and win that Super Bowl because now in my opinion there is no doubt about it that he's hall of fame coach and unfortunately for a coach as successful successful is Andy has been and as well liked as he is without a super bowl ring. You're not hall of fame coach. Now he gets over that Hump and he's able to win the the game which was part of the narrative around him was he couldn't win the big game So to get all that behind him. I'm so happy for him. My favorite thing about that. I heard about Andy Reid was when I found out after by weeks during by wigs he gives his team the full seven days off. Yeah that's part of the reason. They love him. Yeah I mean because every for people that don't know you get from Sunday to Sunday. Hey right when you're by with your off you're suppose like you don't have a game but most coaches like after your Sunday game. You might come in to a meeting on Monday and then you might have a tuneup. Practice Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday. Just walk through the let you off and you come back Sunday or Saturday for a practice on Sunday and then Monday you might be organised. Start Your regular week the next day or whatever it looks life life Andy Reid from the time. The game ends until the next day the next week when practice would usually be he gives us guys off seven days off in the middle of an NFL season even if like four months to a professional football. I'm not even kidding. I couldn't even imagine having a full seven days off during the season. Well Andy Reid was doing this even and before the latest. CBA had five days off because back in the old days there was no rules. About how many days off during the bye week and I'll never forget. When Manzini was the coach it was was like all right guys? Here's what are by we clans GONNA be. We're GONNA give you five days off. Are we're going to have you come in Monday. We'll give Monday afternoon off so that's one day I'm GonNa have you guys come into the morning but I'll give it to the afternoon off. That's Tuesday then Wednesday Wednesday. We're GONNA come in to light practice three hours get a lifting and that day four and then you got all Thursday and you don't don't have to be back until Friday afternoon five days off. I'm taking care of you and when we get back. We're going to do a two-day Saturday Sunday at a two-day Sunday demand time. We lost on all Monday night off after a two-day and then Tuesday off and we'll start the week all over forget disgusting and so we never got more than like thirty six hours off would be genie. was there and then thankfully the new. CBA came him out and then they would give you a five day stretch but any read was given guys a full seven days off in now. What I will say about an is he treated you like adults like men and when you came back though after those seven days you're bumping your again after it Hughes powderpuff coach but he just understood like you had to have a little bit of balance and if you give something the players that they really want negotiation? Hey you give them those full seven days during that by week when they come back they're going to give you more out of it right but if you just try to screw group players and try to mess with them and give them like thirty six hours and try to trick them into thinking. It's five days when they come back. You're not going to get a lot out of them. And they're going to be really pissed list and they're probably GONNA be sluggish than the next game. Andy Reed's record after a Bi was insane. If like yeah it was like thirteen and one or something crazy I want to even now. It's still some similar similar like seventeen in two or something crazy like he's by far kicks everyone's ass after a bye week because his players teaching are the most rejuvenated related Who would have thought all right so my next question for you jobs? This right. Who has who is a better chance of building a dynasty the forty niners niners or the cheese which one of these teams is? Are we watching the beginning. been the beginning of a dynasty for our like this question because it's very simple Alan even though I did not have a production meeting for this amazing podcast. Yeah it's the chiefs because when you build a dynasty even today's NFL which Doesn't rely on the stand back in the pocket drew. brees Tom Brady Aaron Rodgers. Philip rivers type anymore When you have that great quarterback that generational talent like Patrick Mahomes with an unbelievable arm and unbelievable brain and you pair that with a fantastic oftens of mine like Andy Reid? that's where you can have generational success I Love Kyle. I think offenses fantastic but this year they relied on an outstanding defensive line and when you have great great defense is if you look back the last thirty years in the NFL. You're going to have a lot of peaks but you're GonNa have valleys because in order to keep a great defense together. It's kind of like links on a chain on defense. You're only as good as your weakest group. And so when you have a great defensive line the niners have it's really hard to keep all those guys together because because those guys start hitting free agency and then they start going elsewhere because you can't pay eleven dudes to keep them together the way If you have a great offense of quarterback doc all you gotTa do is pay him and then maybe pay one or two weapons and for the most part you can kinda get by with serviceable veterans at the other positions on offense. So so you can keep that that really good team together for a long time but If you look at the Seattle seahawks they were leading boom right those guys left and then they kind of fell off off. Now they still have Maybe the second best or the best quarterback in the game depending on how you shake things out Russell Wilson and so now. They've kind of come back up but You look at the Ravens from two thousand. When they won the Super Bowl they did it with defense and then it was really hard for them to get back? They didn't win again until Ray Lewis's last year in the the NFL because just keeping those great defenses together is almost impossible. Yeah and if you look at the chiefs they are not even probably with their best defense. They're going to have over the next five years at some point. They're going to have a really good defense and they're still going to have Patrick Mahomes so it's going to be very easy with them. AFC last year Super Bowl champ this year next question. The browns lot of Brown's getting rings man a lot of former browns tweeted out. People were not happy about it they did not like browns fans. Don't like being reminded did that. We have some really good players over the years Everybody hated when they were here and they thought they were bums. But well loaned old you go somewhere and you put some other good town around them and they look pretty good or good coaching right. I mean Cameron is an example. Everyone's like oh he stunk here. It's like man. He was a kid. There was nobody teaching them like he had to learn how to do it. I mean you know. There's nobody teaches them even any good players in that room to have I mean it's not like he had a vet to look up to I mean give the guy a break. He's out there trying to figure it out on his own shit and we had a leader in there. If we the ad someone that would take the guy under his wings show him the ropes and not just worry about himself. Then who knows what that guy could have been with the browns but Cam Urban Austin rider fire who else what other former browns are there. Andrew Wylie Andrew Wylie was a backup guard yet. I'm not sure if there's anyone else. We basically just gave them our entire line from fifteen sixteen at one point in time to protect the best quarterback talent in the world at one point point they had some injuries on the line during the season. But four out of the five starters on the chiefs offensive line. Were guys that I often have line room in Cleveland because it was Andrew. Wylie Cam Serving Austin Rider and Mitchell. They were all starting. That's funny all right well. The halftime show up close and personal. Any make you put a blindfold woman I was going on on. How did that work? You know it's funny because when you're at those games your perspective on everything that happened is so different than when you watch. TV Yeah because when you have the game first of all. There is way more socializing than I usually like because when I wanted to watch it like a coach. I'm like don't talk to me. I WANNA watch every very second of what's going on and if I have a chance to watch it on TV. I WANNA listen to the analysis. I like I want to be in there. And I want to be part of the strategy. But when you're when you're at a game first first of all you're talking to people and people are talking to you and maybe you're going to get a beer or in the case of Andrew Hawkins you're going to get another lobster and caviar you're gonNA pop some champagne and you miss things and so during the halftime show. I was trying to watch put our seats. Were not exactly fifty yard line right in the front and so we could see what was going on and it was really exciting. Because I'm actually secretly a big Shakira Fan J. Lo she's cool like I. I like some of her stuff the Shakira and so I like in those halftime performances. How they do kind of like a mash up of all their greatest hits for like thirty forty seconds and the dancing was great? Great Choreography was enormous. They had about Ten thousand ants that we're bringing pieces of the stage out for like five minutes at the beginning halftime. Show which Bruce Pretty fascinating to watch so I loved it I thought it was. It was really cool. What was your take? You're not thought it was cool man. I guess there's a lot of controversy around like maybe it was too sexy. People said they didn't say that last year when Adam Levine was bumping nipples playing the Qatar on stage is no shirt on all all the MOMS love that that will. Here's one thing that I realized after being down in South Beach for My first time is that Latin culture especially like in south Florida is just. It's a lot different and there's a lot more skin in all natural. It's just normal. You don't even think about it like we were. We were down on South beach right across from Muscle beach which was our our pre game set on game day and the the things that we were wearing just walking around or outrageous. I mean you would have been thrown in jail if you walked around like that in Wisconsin Johnson for being naked of course south get hypothermia but besides that legal It was just amazing. And that's just part of the culture. It's a very Sexy the culture that they don't wear a lot of close a lot of Nice bodies and they'd like to dance and so if you try to take that out of their performance it would've been horrible. I thought who they are like. You can't ask those to be to do halftime show and then go and ask them to wear a trenchcoat like that's not who they are. You GotTa let them be who they are and that's what they signed up for And so I had no problem with it. I think everybody that Louis thing about secure a jail had to expect it and yes certainly the. NFL had to it's wild day. Lewis fifty years old. That's exactly what and she cares. Like forty three. Yeah that's exactly what we said after watching that my wife huge fan of both of them and so she was all jazzed up open. I was pretty excited because I thought it was really good. And so we're dancing around. Had the game when you're watching it. And when it was over she goes to please. Cello is fifty years sold at wild and I said first of all. That's amazing because she looks amazing but the way she still moves is incredible man. Look Joe Man. Don't you do for your knees need help. Oh honey check out those shoulders. Let's see leaves them all the way to the air about all right so we have time show what else we got here radio row. What was your favorite moment from radio row? Can I just say we killed it on radio row. Like we've done it re super bowls in a row where always the talk of the town and we were just we get together. The electricity that just comes into the room everyone can feel it. You Insider Trading Joke Martha Stewart. That was a bucket list moment for me. Yeah we are definitely full of crap ninety nine percent of the time the show absolutely This is the time we actually are not full crap because Tomahawk show. NFL Network Irk. We collaborated like the biggest rappers in the hip hop game. Yeah and we used our starpower which is non-existent with the NFL. Brand Dan which is the most powerful brand America and we're able to book our greatest gusts of all time obviously We had Martha Stewart. He had MC hammer we had Russell Wilson and on down the line And so my favorite moments I give you my top three. which are those three people that I just mentioned? First of all Russell Wilson when he was breaking down his style and how his style has improved a little bit with Sierra but he also gave us some style tips. Yeah and if you remember remember he was talking about having good styles just like having a good basketball game you gotta have inside you gotTa mid range and you gotTa have that outside artillery and yes you got to have versatility right. You're inside game. That is your casual right. Everybody's got a pretty good casual game. Riots your t shirt and your basketball shorts. No problem right. You're outside game is like your suits and stuff like that. That's pretty easy right. That's your your fancy stuff. But it's that mid range gay we really attract in the eyes and Russell said He. He worked on his mid range game because he was kind of a nerd. I told him that. And then when I'm Jay Hawk started sweating profusely. said that he's like you can Karasu Awesome nerd face name Roscoe way back he's GonNa tell us and then she's GonNa hate our show my wife. Is I show up. The rates are show trickle down or show. So that's right and he was like you know what the the the scoring Sierras. Because I improve my mid Ridge game like casual dress casual outfits and I thought that was pretty awesome. That was good man he was good. Yeah I enjoyed the Martha Stewart interview. You were you made a joke about insider trading you talk to her about weed and you talk to her about cooking but also betting on the NFL network which is a strict no bedding zone? NFL We're not even allowed to like bet on horse race. We can't even go into 'cause we can't talk about betting to each rather on our show because affiliated with the NFL network and here comes Joe asking her if she took the over under and how much money he's got forty Bucks San Fran and I'm like you know what a couple of on the side I'm like all right well. I thought that was going to be over within the first two years but we actually. We did a really good job. It was very you know everyone had a good time. The the the number one guy at NFL network came up to me after that. I thought we were like toast but like Hawk said this is actually not not alive for once they were like that was awesome. WHO's Adad is my favorite moment from the Super Bowl Week and right as soon as that was over they were like we? We need to do more of this and so hey never know amok show might actually be called back on the NFL network again because it seemed to be people were really talking about it and yeah they thought it was pretty funny. What's finding we first? Start this podcast when it was just me and you and we didn't think anybody would listen to this stupid show We wanted to call at the Tomahawk podcasts. And we were like you know what let's just call it a Tomahawk show. 'cause knows one day we might be on TV and they wouldn't make sense to be the Tomahawk podcast on TV and we were like an idiot. Okay let's do it and that's hawk show guest started. I'm other underrated. Favorite moment is Antonio Gates giving us the perspective of the the chargers is that game where we escaped a winless season in two thousand sixteen and he was saying how for seven weeks. They were counting down hoping that we will get you to win. Because they didn't want us to be winless when they played us the second to last game of the season because it will be too much pressure on him underrated moment. I especially like that moment because we knew the exact exact same thing. I remember walking onto the field in that game and just thinking like we're GonNa win this thing. I can see across the field. How scared they are that they lose the browns and the browns get their first victory of the season on Christmas Eve? That is going to be so much worse for them than it is good for us and they are just so afraid of it and sure sure enough. They played tight are super bowl because it was everybody super bowl that night we won the game and Antonio Gates confirmed it for us which was pretty cool How about having? MC HAMMER MR on. That was pretty cool. I thought that was awesome. And I'll tell you my favorite part the stories he was telling were great and he kinda threw shade at today's Artists get Salaam in shape and not being in shape being has pieces Back in his day they'd wake up and run six miles and they hit the gym and they were wrong. Great shape for their shows and how today's artists are just. It's just I wanNA take a pill and chill type music which was pretty funny but my favorite thing was every every time you made a point? I don't know if you've noticed this. Ach He would kind of give the little stairway camera and kind of give it like a little wink and a little head shake and kind of point at the camera like it was pretty good. This show you gotta go back and watch. That was really funny. Because he's really feeling himself on our show. Yeah but I can't believe I got to talk to MC Hammer and we'll point you guys asked him about bt ranking him the seventh best answer of all time Oh he was hot about that first and then after he thought about it he goes actually James Brown Michael Jackson after that it's hammer in his attack. Oh man you gotTa love it. So we have busy schedules during the day. A lot of work obligations. Obviously we talked about doing the podcast fast and then both of us were doing things independently for the network during the day. But did you get a chance to go to any killer parties at night. I didn't man. I went to dinner with you. And we would. Jim Brown's rounds party and that's the only party. I was really in the list for so had you not invited me I wouldn't have been anywhere. I was like prepping lot because in the shows that I was doing doing I was hosting honestly all the shows was like a host role are Tomahawk. Show me and you had to host Game Day view I had to host. I did the red carpet. Show with Rachel or Lindsey the former Bachelorette had host. So there's a lot of prep that goes into that inscription shit like that. So I didn't feel good about going to parties but even if I wanted to I wasn't on the list for any In the height of my popularity even steal. It's it's just more of the same man you know and just more Tomahawk content to talk about how well. I'm getting escorted out of the line because I'm not on the list. Yeah I didn't Hit up too many parties the only night that I tried to hit up. Some party's was Friday night so my wife got Friday Alex Mack and his wife got in. And so you're I didn't have anything going on on Saturday to a little bit later so I was like all right Friday. Be The night that I'll go out with some of these parties and it was the Barstool party and there was some other good parties And like we talked about in the show. The BARSTOOL party two out of the last three years was awesome awesome one year was totally wack. So we're like let's check it out and unfortunately money Friday night was the night in Miami. Were just poured rain rain like ugly but anyway so we go to Barstool in the Sousa. Get in there. It was you knew instantly it was so wack like big cat had given us. VIP tickets which sometimes that's amazing when last year in Atlanta the VIP in Barstool you walked in and there was like a Sushi chef making whatever whatever Sushi you wanted They had like a a whole buffet. Line of Barbecue. Stuff that you can make your own barbecue two or three bars. They had like big buckets. It's a beer. You could just go over and grab them. I mean you couldn't walk ten feet without having like delicious food or amazing drink and that was awesome and then they had your own like VIP section to stand up there and watch the fights because it was also they're like a rough and rowdy brawl so amateur boxing essentially right So as soon as we walked into this place as giant giant like tent and they had like some bleacher set up and that was like the VIP area. And so we're like let's at least check it out so we did a lap. We walked up into like the VIP area saw Taylor Lewan which was cool. May One over the bar and the VIP line at the bar was like thirty Bros.. The deep it would've taken no less than a half hour to get a beer. And as soon as we saw that we were like routier whack. Why ended up hearing? I'm not sure if you heard this this but like a little bit later in the night I don't know because of all the rain or because of their using a lot of power but the I guess the power went off for the whole Party. Oh Wow allow and like the police had to come and just escort everybody out of there because it's dangerous like yeah if you're in a party with ten thousand people that are all drunk Bros.. And all of a sudden the lights go out elected. You keep calling Umbro's yeah we pissed it. All of a sudden stuff's going to happen. Not good stuff and so I can firmly say that barstools batting adding fifty percent right now because this party this year was totally WACK I. I'm not sure if I'm going to go back but Alex Mack Save the night so I said let's go to bar Barstool strikeout my fault so we ended up going from Barstool to We found just any bar that was close at that point. We were just you know Sahara. It does it in her mouth and he found a cigar bar which every place that was inside at that time was packed because it was raining. So bad. That if you've ever been to South beach a lot of clubs and stuff outside. They've got outside areas and so when it starts raining like crazy every scurries inside like cockroaches and so we go to the cigar bar that turns out to be like the the Cuban version of Sopranos Cigar bar like everybody in there was a human mobster and somehow we walk right in and get like four these ultra comfy chairs with this great little seating table and a waitress comes right over. What can I get you and instantly? I knew I'd fallen in love and we ended up spending like the next four hours. They're eating great Cuban food smoking great cigars probably Cubans but who knows enjoying an epic seem from the Cuban version of Sopranos and so they shot the Guy Alex mack for finding an amazing classical south beach scene scene which a big fan of the scenes scenes like. I'm really interested in different scenes in different states in different cities in different cultures. Because there's always kind of like the same theme you know there's like the dudes that are trying to come up and climb to the top and then there's like attractive women and then there's like people that are feuding over stuff stuff. It's just fun to sit back and watch. Yeah I'm not big into the scenes I don't like you human. I'm not big into being part of it but I like watching it. Yeah yeah no I guess I guess I I can see where you're where you're coming from on that I don't know what I'm into man definitely wasn't in the Cuban mob that night but I just enjoyed watching the interactions just fascinated was fascinating to see different. Yeah I like I can see that where you're like in a different setting and it's like if you feel comfortable it's still it's cool to like look and be like Oh man. This is just different than what I've ever seen different different. I love different. Yeah it wasn't like I was in there like making friends or anything but you're sitting back and seeing like the the host would like come over and he would see like one of his buddies. That must have been like a bigwig and he right over gives like the bro Hug and he whatever you need man you know Kinda wheel it kind of funny that big Guy Kill him they kill him. Yeah we'll take care of the night's over I'll bury the body so Friday night for me was a big night. I stayed up way too late But Saturday it was a little bit more of a chill day that NFL honors and got to bed early. Saturday night You were actually hosting with honors on the red carpet. How did that go? Yeah did man. I hosted the red carpet. It was cool. I did with Rachel Lindsay. Who was a lot more famous than me? So that was awesome Because that's always good to come up on people. That's why I'm your friend. But he yeah keep talking about. How Cool Hawk is now? He's really going to be business. Some hang on to that Guy Right. And then I'm trickle ended up to Rachel Lindsay We gotta talk on our on her. Lamar came around. He's is even better in person than you know I'd imagine super cool humble dude Obviously won the MVP. That night I got an autograph from Curtis. What is Martin Curtis Martin Fan? He signed my my football. The football where I have. I'm trying to get the top eleven rushers in NFL history. When we on the set radio row they were getting annoyed because I was walking up a set trying to run down Barry Sanders and all these people? I'M NOT GONNA lie. The person the the only person more excited about getting all these autographs on that ball than you are as me because then I don't have to hear about anymore distraction from our job because because we're sitting there on radio row on the Tomahawk set and MC Hammer's coming up on the stage and we're like crap this is MC Hammer. We'd better grab some funny content and some funny things to talk about and hawks sees or hears that like Barry Sanders is in the other corner of the Convention Center. And he's one of the guys he's still needs on the football ball and he just vanishes we're GONNA MAKE MC hammer wait. Who's really busy guy? And he already doesn't want to be there on the Tomahawk show. We're going to make him wait. So that Hawking go oh try to run down and fan boy Barry Sanders. Yeah it. It's worth it though. I mean come on this. Is You know so on. This ball isn't listening to this of autographs that have on this football. I've Walter Payton Emmitt Smith. Jim Brown ladainian Tomlinson Jerome Bettis Eric Dickerson dickerson Curtis Martin and Frank Gore all missing. Adrian Peterson Barry Sanders and Tony Dorsett and I had Marshall Faulk because I'll go top twelve. We're actually with Marshall on the yacht I was GonNa say I would answer myself. Because marshalls at upper is introduced. The he's sitting there as Marshall Faulk. I'm not gonNA say some the Marshall Fox I walked up and I'm I'm like Hey Marshall I'm Andrew Hawkins Pleasure. He was like get Outta here. I know you are Hawk fighter and then I would get a drink happens the the hell you talk about. Maybe feel good. Marshall Faulk knows who I am. You're star struck by your own fame. Yeah of those eight autographs that you have which one was the hardest to obtain Because you are sprinting. Around radio looking for Barry Sanders at the BISMARCK NORTH DAKOTA ESPN affiliate. Trying to track down Eric Eric Dickerson was tough. 'cause I got most of them at the Super Bowl so so the the backstory is went to share your for Emmett Smith like seven years ago and in the charity auction. He had a football that was signed by him. And Walter Payton right and it only went for like I wanna they like two thousand dollars with sounds like a lot of money but honestly if I just charity with a write off number one number two if I had taken in that and then just sorted right away it would have probably sold for ten thousand dollars so I mean it's a lot of money in two thousand dollars but it was already worth way more than that off the rip it so then when I signed with the browns not too long after. I'M NOT GONNA get Jim Brown and his ball and my son's really into it and he's like. Let's try to get all the running backs I'm I guess. Try to get all the best running back. So that's how it started so every super bowl I bring this ball down Eric Dickerson what I had to do with. I typically Google where these guys will be at so like Eric Eric Dickerson. I had to Google like his appearance at this party and I had to like weasel my way into it and then go find someone that I knew Actually John Brown's brother who's allowed Becker for the Titans Titan. He worked for Steinberg Sports. He was at this event we ran into each. I'm like he's a hey introduce themselves four or five years ago. I'm thinking get me back there were Eric Dickerson is walk right back. And that's how I got back. There got the picture with Eric Dickerson. Got The ball signed but that was the hardest one so far Tony Dorsett in. He's going to be a tough one. Does Tony Dorsett not come to any like big events like the Super Bowl. I think they are there. Because they're just too much money to be made for hall of famers right like so they are all in they all descend upon the the Super Bowl. City is just tough trying to figure out where they are. You know what I mean. This year was a big year with the one hundred hundred. All those guys being on the field definitely all there. They were definitely all there. I'll get him. I'll get him. That is that's a guarantee all right so so NFL Honors Yeah. It was cool gotta autograph and Curtis Martin That was awesome. Seen a lot of cool people that you don't get to see talk to a lot of cool people people Jarvis Landry. I interviewed him twice. This week. the mcchord brothers. I interviewed them twice Rick Flair I interviewed Rick Flair. That was that was the highlight of the red carpet. Yeah Rick Flair wasn't on the red carpet. His mother show. That was a highlight meeting in hanging out with ric flair. Did you say he was wearing like half million dollars. Jewelry story at least a half dozen jewelry is so I had ric flair on Saturday on the show that I was hosting first time hosting by the way. That's a big deal will. It was terrible because it and did not know I was hosting assumed to be like every other show been on the analysts. You know no but now that I walk up and it's me and Lt and they're like Pretty sure you're hosting at Mike. Okay who who we interviewed today. I guess I'm doing doing the host role and so ric flair was one of those guys and he was actually one of the easy ones. Because I'd I'd been on the one of the NFL shows with him. Previously in Minneapolis Elicit was Ermanno maybe it was Atlanta. And so he's great. He's just a huge football fan. Interesting Fun Guy. He knows that he was. He was telling us some really cool stories stories because obviously he has a big party history And this was before we went on the set he was talking about how he staying for Saatchi Man Mansion Right. Now there's only like I guess there's eight rooms ever Saatchi Mansion. It's got a restaurant around the pool. But then there's like eight rooms if you're super famous and Super Richie Guy Always. So he was staying there the whole week and he was describing like What everything looked like? And how the secret passageway that you can kind of go up through one of the rooms. It goes to the secret area. That's like a Sushi bar for just the eight rooms that stay there and then that's like the most exclusive parts of the most exclusive the hotel in Miami but we all know there's two levels in Miami right. There's like just regular rich people that had all these fancy hotels and the the. The pinnacle of that is researching manner but then after that. It's all the boats. Stay on the yacht. That's the next level of wealth and that's where like Tom. Ach Talk shows going on around. We'll be we'll be standing the odds the grade. You're hosting skills WANNA ten. I would say what's the worst one was. I got that one felt bad about it. I'll tell you why because it's not that it's all that hard but you gotta know what okay. Who am I tossing to whom I getting it? From what are my intros or mouth. Rose and then who am I interviewing here too. You're like me and I'm a prep guy right. And so if I know those things and prepped for a half hour that's all I need Rom- it's it's game over like I'll kill it But when you're interviewing intervene people that you don't necessarily know or know of because they weren't all football players that we had on the show I'm I'm trying to the few seconds I have before we go on like quick. Read their bio and think of a couple in potentially interesting things to ask at the same time. I'm trying figure out. How am I going to bring the show in? Asked the first question and be the point guard of the show and at the same time. I'm not in the same room as the producer because a lot out of the production was happening in L. A. and earpiece isn't working so I can't hear the producer right and then adopted that I can't see the monitor so I don't know who is tossing it to me me or who I'm tossing it back to so just knowing those simple things to make it sound. Smooth and seamless is something that of your listener wouldn't even notice but when it's not there Erin it's not smooth. It just sounds terrible. Yeah so it wasn't smooth and it wasn't there so it was probably terrible you and you're like me your guy. I was talking with some other times. NFL network like nate. Burleson is like he's a social butterfly tight. So have you ever been around nate like just hanging out. That's his. That's his thing he can talk to anybody about anything. He's naturally curious so he just wants to hear everything and energy he can figure out a way to interject like in a shared experience or some overlap overlap in any conversation so when he hold on. It's like that's just years for us. We are guys it's very kind of. It's basically overlaps who we were as players because we were the same kind of players like we didn't. We wanted to go into the game having thought about in prep for every single scenario when I'm hosting it's the same thing I'm Mike even when it comes across like I'm just making small talk or is just little jokes here or that questions the off the cuff or when you're feeling dead space. I've prep for every single. Go One of those scenarios ahead of time. Because I don't want to be left in a situation with my pants down again so all right for your your hosting roles Saturday an NFL honors. How do you think he did one to ten Probably in eight. That's really I saw. It was good man much job. I ate there my other host role. Probably a solid eight Tomahawk. Show me and you definitely attend. Tentative details were tons plus it was a good week dude. Okay now it's time to go to pick 'em contest. John what are yet so there were eleven in playoff games. We had four people who got nine out of eleven so shouts to all four of them. Corey Kelly Wesley Brian. It came down to a tiebreaker. Brian Lynch guest the total score of the game amount of points scored exactly fifty one. So congratulations Brian. Lynch your the winner of the tunnel flock playoff pickup contests in terms of our your staff and host picks post Malone eight out of eleven not bad Andrew Hawkins Seven for eleven. Congratulations on beating. Joe Thomas was easy five for eleven and I went six for eleven. TV only picked the first week so we have three hundred eleven. Yeah well he sucks. Ouch yeah good so I will say hey that I was. I was really bad throughout the playoffs. But I feel like I. Completely redeemed myself on Super Bowl Sunday. Because if you go back and watch all eight hours of the pre-game that I did I honestly in this is blowing smoke up my own but I know that time I actually predicted almost every single thing that happened. The game from the chiefs are going to win and how much they were going to win by that Patrick Mahomes is GonNa be the MVP. That hat. Patrick Mahomes is going to have a game. Winning drive with about two minutes left and throw some go out on a limb there Joe. Hey if I went on a limb it would have been wrong so I was going to happen. I also said that Sammy Watkins was gonNA have a big moment in the game. That was going to be a turning point in the game I said Mitchell Schwartz. I was going to be an underrated factor and he was in the way he pass road was flawless. He was the highest rated chief. I think in that game By PF PF or one of the top rated guys from PF. I said the biggest matchup is GonNa be the forty niners defensive line for the chiefs offensive line and the outcome of that battle title is going to determine the game and exactly what happened when the chiefs started blocking him up in the second half and they went and started shipping and adding with running backs and tight. It ends to help for an extra second. They were able to give Patrick Mahomes more time. And then that extra time against the defensive line kinda turn the tides in the second half and. I even said that when Patrick uh-huh as more than three seconds to throw that's going to be the defining line and that turned out to be the defining line and the game just dominant and that's why they call you Joe. It was good good. It was a good day for predictions. Unlike the entire playoffs Sunday was a really good day for Joe Sabas predictions. I can't believe I changed my pick. I with my heart here. I'm going to be honest. The only reason you cover your basis you're hedging your bets head. You Bet man. You really didn't believe it but you were just doing it in case so that you know. I really wanted them to win. I wanted the forty niners to win. I did Yeah put on the Tomahawk T shirt. Your Heart's in Idiot I. We're GONNA get going here. We're GONNA Joe. Sounds like a mix between Jay Glazer. Casey Kasem right now. So we're going to try to get him. Reservoirs voice. Joe What are you gonNA come. What's next for Joe and hawk? What is what's on the rundown but I'm hawk I'm going to be a combine doing some stuff for the NFL network there. I'm going to be at the draft. The Tomahawk is going to take a couple of week hiatus. It's been a long long season. We've been giving you the goods weekend and week out multiple times a week. It's time for a little bit of a break. I might go on a vacation Never done that before I heard. They're awesome gonNA see about it. I don't believe you occasion for us like a red eye flight where you close your eyes get to catch up on work What do you got going? You got anything coming up something special going to spend your time now that the season is over yes so like you mentioned thing slowdown obviously. Now that the season's over will be hitting a few Tomahawk shows does Some NFL network content. Relax combine kind of breaking down the big guy drills which I did with Shaun O'Hara last year which was a lot of fun yet and I'm looking forward to doing again and this year because you really get to learn a lot about these guys when you get to see him on the field you can see how they move Seattle. They bend Kinda use my eleven years of NFL. Eyeball I ball experience on the eyes and try to Related the listener. What they should be looking for and give them some insight on? Maybe if this guy's is going to live up to the hype or this is the guy that nobody's talking about but look how well he moves etc.. He bends his ankles. Look how it creates power from the ground up Fun things like that. That Hawk already took a nap. Bond who There's there's a big football announcement coming for me next week and I'm not allowed to say about about it just yet but this is the tease. It's a it's a big time game. Show that I'M GONNA be on low multi episode will forge end It's no price. How many viewers that wheel of fortune gets Taylor? No deals over eight million viewers per episode So it's going to be a big a big step along Tomahawk here. I cannot confirm nor deny insight but it will be huge. I'm not even in the same ballpark as the guys that sweep the floor of jeopardy when it comes to bring capacity so I will not be unjustly janitor the deputy or ten times more now but I tell you what so after I go in this game show which will be a huge hit. They'll easily double their viewership. I think you and I should do amazing race. I think that's the next thing race. All right I'll start training now. I'll watch episode at some point in it. Google it wrap episode of what figure sounds amazing. But I'M GONNA commit to it right now. I'm down for all right. Well I think that does it for this episode of the Tomahawk in this season of the Tomahawk and has been wild ride. We love you all Shout out to my co host. Joe Thomas Shout to John's Dj Chris. Logan Donny saw td low Joe Mattie memes of course mattie means Yeah everybody who has put the Tomahawk show on. AP UNINTERRUPTED UNINTERRUPTED NFL Network for the incredible collaboration and Super Bowl. Only only at upper from here. Joe Thomas Aka Casey Kasem Awesome. Take US OUT BUDDY JO Hawk Yourself I.

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MC Hammer Is Cool As Hell featuring Kevin Huerter

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MC Hammer Is Cool As Hell featuring Kevin Huerter

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I want to lead and free shipping pretty good. It's not bad Tibet at all. Hell of an episode coming up. A lot of MC hammer talk. I know people been clamoring for it. It's finally here. Yeah. So. Lee, my mentioned alone. Will you been. Your age has been scratched. 'cause I through football or basketball or music. Some racquetba-. Squash. Enjoy this year. Don't. Game one. When the best. So when the game. A good football, you same? Heck yeah. Who could have ever ever foreseen Ryan Fitzpatrick faltering like this man. Oh, man. I thought he had one more game in. I was wrong. I agree with you. There. I bet he's gonna. Come have a killer second half though. That's just how this works with Ryan Fitzpatrick. I mean that throw yet to Evans was like pretty insane. He's just got sitting that out to, I'm no needs a corvette. Somebody will cardinals San fran-. Yeah, somebody will. A fourth round four. I feel like there's like almost that this is why I was okay with the jets trading teddy when they did. Because right now there's almost too many quarterbacks available between like fits and tyrod. Foles falls. Yeah. Although I, I don't know. I feel like Philly fans might ride if they got rid of those. Would they thought he was stinking it up, especially now that winds looked not terrible in game one? Yeah, I just feel like they kind of they just gotta want him around for the rest of time, like not to play, which is like be there. They do into somebody's like you wanna take around pigging. I let you. Thanks for the memories guy. You're not wrong about that. Florida. Just just gone ham right now. It's a lot going on. He's only. Why is it in black and white? I don't know it that was just a warmup. Oh, yeah, customized jersey, Florida. Adjacency was good. What's going on? Man. You talk about guys like appeal you now. He really is. He's gotten probably more just like commercial money at you. Hear like he was in at least two of the hangover's if not all of them pit bulls light. Now, man, you take that passion shit and put it on the show you need to get in these commercials. I remember he's got a jewel jeans on it. Does. Wow. I think it was. Studio year of highschool. So like, oh five, oh six. And some of them was like, have you heard of this dude is named spout, like Florida, but it's it's flow rider though. Lanky remember that like cake song he had. No, yeah, I think it was. It was that one layer had the students got next, but they were talking like as a rapper, not as like one of the biggest pops dies last fifteen. Oh, yeah. Like, I'm sure at that time, those were his intentions and is like, you know what? I'm just gonna keep getting this Monday night football money. It's a good lane. It's all very strong Elaine leg. It's very easy to make fun of, but it's it's much easier to respect because he'll never like I feel like he's got generational wealth. And if not, he will soon definitely. Let me out what's what your guests on Florida NetWorth actually just looked it up so I can't. All on it. I was like, what? It's going to be four hundred. It's not as how thought that's what I was kind of anticipating. But I, I'm gonna I still haven't found out yet. I'm going to say. Fifty. Three million. Okay. Let me tell you. You're gonna look thirty. All right. Yeah, that's what it says has thought. But again, like what he does, he's gonna be able to do for twenty more years. Oh, he'll be like Vegas residency like fucking the ratpac. Yeah, he's gonna be open up for what's his name? Doc is Shane, let's get. Way. Nine, not wait night when nights. Very different, even big. Yeah. Yeah, no, yeah. He he's after Wayne Newton night. The show there. I mean, that would be a night that I, you know it if I was in Vegas, blue man group flow rider, Wayne Newton and night. If if Florida pit bull ever like do one of these collaborations, all the kids are doing like you can forget about it. That's going to be millions of albums sold. This is going to be, I would like it might not even sell that much. It would just be every song you'd hear NBA stadium or NFL arena like forever. Right by every single song would be jock jams. For outta sold eighty million records worldwide, man. This guy's turn forty eighty million. And in the like, imagine if that were the nineties great by God, man. Oh, man. He's. There's a category of eighty million records to ninety. Nine million records sold on Wikipedia. It's like the carpenters, Lionel Richie Johnny cash earth, wind and fire. REM van Halen, red hot chili peppers, George, Michael, the doors flow rider. Pretty good. I mean, like you just talking about a legend, just an absolute legend. He so more records in two part that can't be it must be alive to. There's got to be two different. He sold more records than Enya. That's pretty good. That is pretty good. Blackout peas, got some work to do. I have a take and I don't know if I'm set it on here before but brought them up it. It came back to the forefront of my mind too. I think all things considered like all factors involved. Yes, yes. I think I'm gonna say at a different way, if I can think of one when you tally. I believe that September by earth, wind fire is like actually like the best song of all time. See before today? I would, but I was listened Frankie. Beverly, I don't know if he has any of the top five. I was like, but I think Frank, Beverly, he's got like five of the top fifteen songs of all time. I don't know where they fall in. But he's, he's like a good third of it in cold plays. The rest. So if I just gave you like seven different lists and had those five songs in various spots, you could see a case for any of those lists. Yes, but may be one through five could be eleven through fifteen. They can be any various number up. Sounds very right. I just thank September late. You're gonna hear it at every wedding. That's fine. You're gonna hear it pretty much anywhere you go. It's going to be in a commercial movie year, and I've never once heard those horns at the beginning and Ben like may cut this shit. Never never once. Have I not wanted to continue to list? I'd argue it's too short of a song. That's the only thing holding back like they kept kept grooving out if they wanted to. They just made one for every month. Riders should jump on the remix. That's what's going to take it to the next level. I am a little surprised. We haven't heard those orange is paying to be sampled not what if they just won't, they won't release like now we're good on money. You're not gonna. Fuck this up. Like metro Bowman, Justin, Timberlake, and get this stay away, Robin Thicke. That guy's name in at least three years because I saw today, I answer Graham taking a bath with his dog. I'll all right, right. Like sounds about white folks. Erases. Is anyone less comfortable and their job in America than Jason rankle suit Whitten. I've been trying to think about who's hair. He has finally hit. When Homer get snakes hair? Yeah, and he not committing crimes. That's the hair he has on. It's so mad at Dallas. Joe as a Tory in. Goes territory witnessed a crime, a few weeks back. I, I don't hate wins. He just has no idea what to do with his hands. He's way too. No. Did he looks like hold. I'd say he's holding them like he's he's in school. Waiting for teacher dismiss class half the time, the other half, they're just so animated. He has no idea like looking at them, I'm like, do a Steeler, but it looks like he's giving third base coach signals. Yeah, he's burns with Homer at at the bat. But I, I did. You hear, have you heard Chris Carter cover game yet? Yes, I didn't hate him either for guys that are relatively new and doing this and taking into account when we had a talk for four hours straight live, how hard it is. Awful. Carter just feels out of place. 'cause I'm used to doing so many other things, but you're right. I haven't heard him say anything. I was like this idiot. Get like a couple times. A guy had he'd say something in the play by play guy, had a kinda like lead him into like in what is a gap, and he had to go there. I was like, that's just like, you'll learn to do that. But outlay equally knows the game. He instructs more Mendez fence. So. Yeah, I listen. I guess today I'm just going to be given a lot of takes boy. I'm going to be quite Frank. I don't find most announcers to be good or bad like the bad ones like the super bad ones really stand out. But I feel like for a long time, the internet's over at now that for a long time, the internet painted, Joe buck out to be like just audio cancer. I never understood that. I'm like, I didn't much care for him, but I would never say he's bad. He was just like a, I'll my Randy moss pulling down his pants would right. Have we any shame right? That was just I, I don't know. I think sometimes the job you get caught in like, I wonder what people are thinking. I wonder what people wanna hear as opposed to. I can't imagine anyone actually thought that that was an offensive move. But he, I mean, yeah, that was for sure a dark moment that I know he wishes he could take back feel you can do it again. He. Ramp it up, and this climate didn't. Didn't crow l. just wipe the ball with his ass in front of him. That on bucks watch, I believe that, yeah, I believe that was him on Thursday, hope why that's another. He gets real for that like he doesn't really get up for the moment like you used to probably seen it all live like, I don't know what should like. Make him jump out of his chair anymore. He really, I mean. Was the falcon Super Bowl of on FOX. Was it. I don't want to. I don't think I heard a sing like where I'll watch it. I don't know if I heard a single word of that game more than fair. I think that was a FOX one because I know the no. The the Seahawks won was NBC. So I think the next year's might have been CBS and then that one was FOX, I believe. Let's see. Yup, book Aikman Andrews yet. Okay. So he's, I mean he saw that that's an hour. Remember him like jumping like out of his chair. I like he got a little excited but nothing crazy. But I mean, he also called Oga. He also called like the four World Series which and most and I think the whole Ailsa. Yes. So he saw that whole Red Sox. This'll probably why left yo book. He's been there for all my best moments. I could see why you'd be a fan of j b. But I feel like if I called the four comeback, everything after that would be like that, not the craziest thing I've seen this millennium for sure. Yeah, that's why I go. I got to Gus Johnson Mana. Guests still gets up for everything. He sees every. Absolutely. Every second. Who's the on? I think it's like I, I need -als. I'd feel like I feel like some guys were just born for the job based on the vocal chords ever given. But they had no say in the matter they were just like my Valvert was always gonna call games. Oh yeah. I imagine like a thirteen year old Matt Vesco Zhen with that voice. I have a question in math class. Yeah, it's not even just like the the, the voice itself. It's the the pattern in which they speak is very perfect for calling games. Yeah, the diction, everything. It's just made like I preferred to be a doctor, but they would not let me in medical school talking in this manner. Everyone's captain Picard, whatever the fuck his name is. Yeah, we'll chat. I mean, the Steelers just gave up one of the worst Ashdown's you'll ever see if the stands. I hope it does because he really through that in quadruple coverage. He said a couple of these, like getting hit darts both of them Benda fucking Godwin to does get touched. Nope. Sher didn't. He was already up. Mike Tomlin what to do Tomlin at the end of the half Pittsburgh on offense. He didn't have any headset on, didn't have a clipboard. Here's just joined the game winging it and he's like my ano- man. The grid. Am I right. Coach at second three, we need a, we need a play. They touched them after he got up now they didn't touch them at all shit. Didn't you got them right now? You got him up wealth and I was gone. What can you do? The Steelers tonight have gone from looking like the best team in like on consecutive place. Like before that Vance McDonald stiff arm the play before that Big Ben just kinda like didn't handle this nap and then just ran into his own running back and it was like a seven yard loss. He's taking a couple hits today. Like I'm time you think you have back there. Yeah. So. Again, congrats your cats good looking football school in the essay easily. I look forward to the SEC championship and also winning the PGA tour. Yes. Did you watch any tiger yesterday? I saw I saw the highlights, but I didn't watch it. Is same. I was at the office watching every football game that was on just like at. I'll watch tiger when it's like the Ryder Cup a little bit. Maybe. I don't. I don't really watch them at all. I was like, oh, he won. All right. I got so much back on the bitches. I think that's some good news, but. It's the exact same one. Reggie Bush went to Miami and just started being really good again too. I was I get, he's it came out weeks later. It's like he was back with Kim. I get. That's when he was at his best six zero secure. Speaking of Reggie Bush the patriots allowed kerryon Johnson to do a thing that had not been done for the Detroit Lions since Reggie Bush on thanksgiving many moons ago. So that was sick, pretty good. Top top seven Stafford carve you guys up. I don't. Obviously like not worried. 'cause this is itself timber. It's impossible to worry about the patriots in September, but. It wasn't great. I'm not gonna share count it. It was just like a, we got to thirteen ten, I believe. And then we were just like, now we're all set. We could win this game share yet. No thought we might see these guys down the row. Yeah, that was fun. My my youngest most Georgian, son. Sunny, Michelle, very clearly since he didn't do any training gap. He has no idea how to run routes yet in our offense. So that hasn't been going well pretty good. Inject Gordon. Gonna be real weapons in twenty twenty four. I'm that don't think Gordon should've played yet have on him to just be like a hundred percent. I don't need him being on my hamstring hurts every week. I thought he was sitting alike playbook stuff is he like hurt, hurt. Now, I mean the when we got him his Amstrong was like as he got hurt at his own event on that Friday before the Browns game that week. But it was more a combo of both. Like, let's make sure he's one hundred percent. Let's I imagine if they don't like I don't even know if he's gonna play against Miami. I haven't read anything. I haven't heard anything just feels like Julio's the division. I saw, I think it was Chris towers be like there's not a dolphins fan in the world who thinks winning the ski. Even if they went out like really think you're winning the division still, he'll be four. Oh, and the patriots won three headed held it. We've finished both finish nine and seven. And how did they win? The tiebreak doesn't make sense. It was fun tower who I love with all my heart and can do no wrong. He just does not look like he's recovered from his injury really at all. He's just moving in quicksand out there which has not been fun. I really enjoy the the night games when they show the. Pro football focus ranking every single one for the patriots. Like he's fifty third out of sixty five like man. He's got his work cut out for. Yeah, I ki- like listening to Simmons today in he's losing his shit. And as we did this exact same thing, the last two years with grog or it's like Manny looks washed up leads triple covered every down any. He's still hauling in catches now, starting to sound like a wide receiver. I know. Grottes got more touchdowns and. Who doesn't congrats. I couldn't believe I could not believe that Calvin Ridley caught three touchdowns in a single game on the Atlanta, Falcons, no, less unreal. I'm just a scorn when she had the crimson tide Bagley been looking for years. Very fierce. They're not even that furious anymore. They're just like a man. Can you you chill out. Like you just simmer down. I mean, they're probably in a weird spot now because at least they're scoring with someone and Julio's still technically cooking. He's not finding the end zone, so I'm sure they've found their peace with it, but it is very funny. I'm gonna laugh every single time. Same loudly. And pointing. Yeah. Three touchdowns man. Oh, man. I mean, it was great. Yeah. I mean, we you called it fits us cooking just absolutely cooking. This is the twelfth play eighty six yard drive than he pulls a ham. He's like, I can't. I can't do it anymore. Uninspired you must be like, like tomorrow you go back to work and James is like, I'm back guys, Mike Evans. I great. I feel like no jockeys has been Mike Evans, like three best consecutive games as a pro. Any two touchdowns a game, something like that. I know I know cooked against the saints and week one. I feel like he went off. But even like OJ Howard's more in the mix on a regular basis as opposed to last year where it would go weeks without a like anyone, even looking at him shades of Alabama. Alabama. Everyone who complaints about the warriors is in fact a college football fan that just that's how that ven diagram works out. And none of them seem to care that Alabama's been completely unbeatable for a decade. Now. Yeah. Now they have a quarterback this. That's the fun part. A really good one too. Preposterously like shouldn't be as good as he is, but it's just incredible. I think it must have been like collusion some sort of collusion contract with like saving. You can't recruit anything higher than four star quarterback. The contract ran out. He's like, well, I'm going to get the best there is or he went and paid the guy who gives out the stars. It was like just make that guy for yet to three star is gonna number one next year. Three star guys, the football hotbed of a Hawaii. Yeah, I love it because he truly doesn't seem to give a fuck. He loves just throwing that immediate touchdown to start the game play that he, he used an overtime, the national championship last year, nobody's got onto? No, I sure haven't. I really think like if you're not gonna, let. Football players go pro less than three years. I think they should be able to like into the NFL and Richert. Right? Like if I wanted to. I wanted like Jerry Judy by, okay, let me take them now he can just sit and learn the system. There's no need for him to put another your miles on his knees gets old miss as a need for this. Yeah, like he can't. I think the way to that anyone would even like ABI. Okay. With that, it's like they can't even practice with pads like they just have to lift weights. They can run routes. They can work like they can learn the playbook and all that, but they, they can't get hit by other grown men until like whenever that rancher comes off. Yeah, I just want you meetings. I used to be heard six. You you travel with the team, but yet? No, I'm not lining up across from Jalen Ramsey until you twenty one. There was a story few years back on. I wanna say it was like d, two or d three college football. It was a story of the most winningest coach in whatever division football it was. And he was like, yeah, we've never practiced once with pads. We never lose. Doesn't everyone else do? It's makes you think. He was like, we still like go over like wrapping up and stuff like that. It's just every practice seventy percent. It's mostly just going over the place which the more I like actually pay attention to what the announcers say and they're like, yeah, the playbook changes every week. It's like, wouldn't it be been? I get like week six. You can call play from week. One expect the guys to know what it is, but it does feel like that NFL teams don't spend as much time as probably should on just like running plays until they know what the fuck they're doing will, then it's like Manno might use in week two can't use it ever again. Whether worked or nuts. I just throw that one out. That was the thing on the the Julian Ataman double pass against the ravens. During that comeback, we'd called that play against the chiefs. When Trent Dilfer declared Tom Brady dead, we call that play and wen figures when amendola came in motion, he made contact with Brady threw up an x. so he like called off the play because he was like, now the coverage like they're in man, we need zone or whatever. It's supposed to be. And so we option out of it if we'd called it, then we wouldn't have like you're like, you're saying we absolutely would not have been able to use against the ravens ever again. Yeah, just burn. It was no good. And we use it in a game where we lost forty two, fourteen or whatever the fuck it was enact. Why. Also like the like scripting the first light twenty plays like I give. I have. They have. I don't know. Like I don't know if it's like two few plays the script or like too many as you just don't know how the game's gonna go. They were down thirty four zip, but we've got seven more plays plan. So. My favorite thing that I keep hearing is well, last year, Jacksonville, of course, Bortles look good. They made the offense super easy. And this year it smell with Mahomes cycle. They got those college offense all this gimmicks. It's real easy for them. Here's a thought, why don't they just make offenses easier for all the quarterbacks. If I'm a coordinator, I feel like these complicated offenses, maybe they're not working. Then you run the risk of your gab being called a system quarterback. Nobody wants that even if the system is like multiple all pro teams, it's bad label. You can't shake it. I don't know a single quarterback who hasn't had that label lavender. That's my point. They all stink. You think Johnny United was a system quarterback? No. Fifteen yards also. No. Do you think why tittle is running the system? You're crazy peck no scrambling, auto. Graham was get out of here. It's a. It's ridiculous. Mahomes is the most electric player of all time easily the best quarterback of all time. And I legitimately have heard several people be like, well, of course they've made the, he's a young guy. They've made the offense real simple for him. Yeah, they'd seems like the right fucking idea for all veteran quarterbacks. All of them should be running of apparent if no one's going to defend it. Why even why waste the time may get more complex tyreek run as far as you can. Kelsey run about half as far as you can and turn around. Come come into one of you. Chris Conley. Run about two-thirds as far as you can and look alive and Pat. You do a Phil's best should thing. And if for some reason none of those guys are available. I'm sure Sammy Watkins was doing thing on the other side of the field or check it down to a Kareem hunt. We either way. But now I, I was like, you. She's playbook has four pages. You knows payback has one hundred seventy six pages Ryan Fitzpatrick Harvard. I feel like the giants have a very complex offense, and that's why they stink. I could see that. I feel the macadear I don't know who they know their coaches now is a special Sherman, a news, a retrieved. Oh, yeah. One thing about Maha finally heard him talk. I don't know about that voice. Not a superstar voice. What would you prefer for him to sound like me, I mean, yeah, that guy would he wouldn't have fallen the tenth. I'll tell you that much. I me be my off the field issues. Cleaned up my senior year. The one thing I've noticed about Mahomes and it makes me like double down my investment in him. He's constantly on the field smiling and it's not like he's out there having fun. It's like a sociopathic. I know how good I am in may can't do anything to stop me type of smile like, oh, yeah, he's like, man, oh, man, this is this is just as easy as I thought it would be right. I don't know after three weeks. Obviously, I wanna see the painters and suitable I if that happened, I'm really hoping applicant after three weeks. I'm really hoping it's Rams chief Super Bowl because that would just be all sorts of fun. Yeah, it'd be all your for that. Gough looked really good yesterday too. Yeah. His look really good that yet one throw on the sidelines like through to people are robbed that was incredible through. I've heard multiple people talking about it, but it's like a magin late last year just in drills, just watching like Alex Smith do something with the ones watching Patrick homes run against the twos and it's like, come on. And do you give them a shot? He's, I can't. Yet, not yet. Yeah. I mean last year too. I'm sure it was preposterous in certain points in practice, but Alex Smith was damn good in games last year. So there really wasn't a point for him to be like, man, this guy really stinks imprint. He threw a ball through a practice squad safety. You gotta bench him. You gotta get PETA shot. Smiling, like a madman. I think it's possible you could light up the chiefs defense too. So I bet Andy had to like way that in as well. So Madge what Mahomes was doing to right? No, I get it, but that's why I'm sure you had to like temporaries by -tations. Let's take it off season up. Nope. Let's just figure out like what we got here. Let's bring in another weapon. Let's dumbed down this off and we're gonna. We'll take it from there. Yes, step by step. We're gonna run. They run the tech mobile offense. We're gonna run left to run, right? We're gonna pay short. We're gonna pass deep. You gotta pet your sir. Furiously scribbling down. Left right. During his senior year had forty six hundred passing yards and fifty touchdowns. Good. He ran for nine fifty in another fifteen touchdown. Yeah, he hasn't even really unleashed his legs yet, which is horrifying. I mean, not the like run with it. He's used to delight scrambling. He was leaks. Tin plays. But once he really value, they're taking away the past. Let me just use this at four, six feet or whatever you get, hey, seems like the guy who absolutely knows how and when to slide to know, yeah, he's he might just be he's got the genetics too, right? I'm sure his mother was some sort of. Gold medal gymnasts or something. Yeah, it's always this. It's always a gold medal like sprinter hurdler, like poll volts, something. The old MLB pitcher, man, he's got the jeans. I keep hearing people say to like he's got. He's going to bunch of five and I'm gonna start throwing a bunch of picks like it really doesn't seem that way. Like, I'm sure. I mean, he's gonna throw an interception eventually. That's just how the NFL works. But I think he's gonna throw on like in like tyreek is going to be trying to like throw a peace sign to early accidentally, like tip it to to a corner. But. He seems like the the diocese throwing on that scramble like he threw it through three defenders for perfect night's touchdown. They I don't. I don't see this wild man. Everyone else keeps talking. Played a murderer's row yet, but even then, yeah, thirteen touchdowns no picks. Yeah. He could take it for to throw a couple on still be right and two of those were road games too. So it wasn't exactly. I guess we won. There were, there were more chiefs fans in the stands in judges fans, but. Still road game. The more cheese fans in those stands right now charge game three weeks ago. Do the chargers truly have no home, like they play the Rams in LA in it's just they were like seven charges fans there. It's it's not great now, especially waste Derwin James, he, he so goddamn good. He's so goddamn good. I don't know, man, he keeps doing this. I gotta have another talk with Stevie. Yeah, he was very anti throughout the whole draft process. I just, I guess I need to see. I don't know what the tackle they've they picked his been doing, but I was like, you pick a safe to their high, but it'd be the real deal. He's looking like the real deal. Although that interception had where he decided to run out at the one, not the best, but the more me than we. Can't win with, hey, did thank he got out of bounds in the end zone, but Jordan to be fair to him. I, I think it was good. Like with what refs are calling these days. I think it was worth the risk. Yeah, they could just look at and been like touchdown. They're just at the reps become actual Madden glitches. They passer. Okay. The rough in the passers are. Completely out of control. Yeah, just like I think you're really going to have to do like what I feel like the Steelers are doing like you just do it every time. Just knowing that they won't call it every single time like Chris, that you just have just hit him every like you'll take a couple in the first half, but down the stretch by we've been doing this all game. You're not gonna call it fifteen times. And I think that's the only move that in at clay Matthews has to retire. That's that's his problem. He waits until the fourth quarter and some precedents, right? Yeah, you will. If you're calling this in the first quarter when I- I- drilled him through the earth's crust, three times in a row. Like the tour is ACO trying not to get the flag. It's like, come on. Yeah. Yeah, I, I'm all for like, don't go helmet to helmet and don't like take out their knees really of any problem with either of those the body weight one is just simply defies physics. Like tackle him in his mid section, but also flip him. So all the weight comes down on you. About half a second and even get fancy. Are you boy that's fifteen? Unsportsmanlike showed off and a like it. But even with the up up. Oh boy, tired. You not recover that. Spun bras, Berg around like dribble, he's just got the ball out of his hand. Uh-huh. Be I don't even think vivas played yet. That's a guy. Tampa doesn't say, like, I know they've been getting a rush, but I feel like it's been all Pierre Paul. I haven't heard his name. I don't know if he. Oh yeah. He he'd like spun around and spend them right back around, like give me that. Author. Let's see how this plays that. It's a second one off the uprights. To widen uprights man. Kickings getting tough. It's, it certainly feels tougher this year, but. How no man just, hey field. Like I was like a fifty yachters on like I get that, but I don't know. Some of these other ones have been missed, not been difficult field goals. In college too, and I know college kickers always thing, but I was just like a bed kickin year. I don't think I would hate if they got rid of kicking altogether. So what you just have to go for or you just origins. A touchdown is seven. Yeah, I don't think I'd hate that or just everyone has to go now. They'd never do that. It'd be too many injuries owner, so you always have to go for two. I'm trying to think. Yeah, something like late in the game semi would need it. But if everybody always gets seven, would you need? How often would it right come into? I will say we would lose one of the better phrases in all sports, which is picked six. Seven doesn't sound good at all. I think it was the a pick six. It just grandfathered in confused the the future generations? Yeah. Why do we call it? This doesn't matter. Sounds cool. But today today was it's like the unofficial start of the basketball season, I guess. That's right. The mix tape, ten kicked off. It's true. People are buzzing about it coast to coast. Yes. I mean, I'm excited a so far. How long did you vote for? Twenty. Four hours? Yeah, we do it every twenty four hours weekdays on one weekend business. Now people don't vote on weekends, you know? And yeah, by next next Friday, we'll have our our top ten players an MBA. Number one. Going pretty much exactly how I tested to go. This is a far would, but then I don't know the other day when that whole many people have passed Kevin Durant. I was like, I don't know how this is going to go. Police, please vote James, our number one. It's gonna make things much funnier at the end of the year. Well, I don't. I want people to vote with their like how they actually, I don't want them to just be like it'd be really funny. Granted, we're only giving people four options, so they really can't fuck with too much, but like just want people like who they actually think. Number one is we actually think number two is actually one guy tweet, maybe like why wasn't Anthony Davis included with the number ones, which is fair. Granted, e he shouldn't be, but it's fair that someone's like, yeah, I think it should be one of these four options, I guess over Steph probably what the people tell me test better than Katie. It's true. That's what I mean. I agree with the four we put forth for share in AD will be so like LeBron will move on. It'll be the number one player and then we'll slide AD in with the same three that were involved with the number one vote? Yes. And so imagine. I have people been at me like, whereas Westbrook I've seen somewheres in bead. It's like, all right. We'll get there like relax. Willin bead get the buddy. If I put him with the Philly fans, I feel like they're in my mentions the second. He's in. That's what number he's going to be. Whenever he gets it. I feel like that's what number he'll be. I don't know. I don't know. Well, that'll be but hell win that vote. And people will also reply like where Simmons Cam, both. Whereas Roco. But yeah, today on official start of MBA and then we have the actual official start of the NBA season like coming up real fucking soon. And then we have Christmas day which I still call like the all right now it's NBA season, but the other day big cat was trying to be like they should just start the actual games on Christmas, like the lockout yet. I still disagree with that. I like having a couple of months warmup. The early start is going to be like Thanksgiving Day is going to be the Christmas day, assume Christmas day is going to be all star break and all-star break going to the playoffs. I wouldn't hate that either. Yeah, it'd be all. It is nice. Adam silver continues to give the NFL thanksgiving hill, take it one of these years. He just hasn't yet. Doesn't start one game at a time as I. Okay. Just in between. Year eighty five Cowboys lions Lakers warriors just throwing it out there. 'cause we, we really feel like we really only get one if we're lucky one of those three NFL games as good. Can we switch up the teams or just which the like the grandfathered in teams? How do you get grandfathered out. I kinda like that. We always go to like Detroit, everything's giving it's. There's something about it that I, I would hate to like, I don't care about the Cowboys like we, the Cowboys on national TV every goddamn week. Detroit, I kind of like it doesn't matter how bad they are. Doesn't like they're never that good anyway, but I sixteen lions are getting that one national game with like nothing else is not like the parades over. There's nothing else on. We know we're getting lines football on thanksgiving. This about them. I don't want grandfathered out the other. The Cowboys can get the fuck out of there. Like I'm looking at the game already know which one's going to be the good one. The let's bears lions. I gonna suck skins Cowboys. That's gonna suck. Falcon saints is always good. That's going to be the good game. Yeah. So consensus always good. There's usually bloodshed. There's no blood shit. Like I hear about this NFC east rivalry. I any bloodshed. It was a man, a saints fan, knocked out on northside drive yesterday. Like I like call me when the skins and Cowboys get about that action. I don't know. Khalil Mack could have like twenty six day. That'd be interesting to watch. I just I guess the only thing I care about the last one see Stafford record. Just get worse and worse. I think it's up to six and forty nine now teams this season with a winning record. So I'm kind of hoping you guys with a losing record now. If we can win the division at seven. Nine just to keep that Stafford record low, I'd be fine with it. Yeah, that'd be like six fifty Kito. Trying to think we saw some some things today. Kyri admitted. He was gonna resign, which was a weird negotiation tactic by him. Did you miss that. Pull up the quote because it's very strange. Just gave the numbers and everything is ages, like dude. Even even if I had the inclination to test free agency, Boston would be like, no, you're coming back and I'm fine with that. Like, what are you? What does it mean Kari. You don't wanna play with Jimmy Butler. That's what I heard. Some of the other day said they haven't spoken since twenty sixteen that doesn't even impossible. Seems like you kind of spaced out gun. Jimmy Butler hates people. So. That does make me feel good though. Like I, I genuinely enjoy watching career having just play basketball on a nightly basis. He's good. Alad mitt there. I said. It was my night for the takes. And you just trouncing them all. Yeah. I can't let people. Trying to think what else LeBron came up with the absolute worse nickname for the lake, the Lakers bench unit of all time. Good old mud squad. We stopped letting brand name things. Misunderstood. Underappreciated determined. Mud. He added. I hit it backwards. Yeah, the dumbs math card. It was like, let's we work that. And of course it's a picture of land Stevenson javale McGee Michael Beasley and Rajon Rhonda though with a bench for the warriors, they still win it. All, of course, has been the bench for the warriors. I dunno math like Rondo will be waving off Stephan clay, like with the game on the line. Got it. I got it from here gas, Chris, Paul would well, he'd never been the files come on. We silly good. A valid point. No, we're on. He would make it closer than it needs to be 'cause he would wanna hold the ball for seventeen of the twenty four. He Durant in cousins will work perfectly in the ice. Oh, and everybody else would just be pissed. We did see I picture of boogie cousins with the rest of the warriors. That's it was great to see their only two teams Isaak all the like team. Photos got snap today by team photos. I mean the people who actually fucking matter got to take a group photo and I saw like the least amount of people I saw that photo was too that was Oklahoma City. They had Westbrook in Paul, but I only saw two teams that had five together and it was Boston Golden State. So that made me feel good. I saw clippers photo shopped. It was just shake your how Zander five times Photoshop that never mind. But the warriors for Fisher look like. I mean, they're all just like laughing. Is correct. That's correct emotion for them to feel. Yeah. Yeah. Say boogie looks pretty trim. Man. He does feel like he gets a lot of rap for I have heard heard people say he's attache for a long time and I, I don't know like maybe he is. He just, he looks incredibly trim here now don't think he had any type of booed on that. I remember. No. So I'm hoping that things are progressing well. He couldn't like it doesn't look weird on them to me. Am I think that happens with guys who've we've already like a the kings that shit uniforms for him for end it like the pelicans, he was on such a short period of time. We didn't like one sees. Yeah, yeah. We didn't really have time to get used to their. So, yeah, I mean, he looks like he's just like one of the one of the guys. He also does make straight on look so small in comparison. I'll say this cousins in Durant, the same height, so good to see cousins. Seven four. Now. Way also looks very big in that picture. Looks like six ten now. Steph also, they all just beggar. They used the boogie. Man. This. Well, I had, I'm curious your thought on this. I had someone like classic patriot fans last night. They were like Celtic season starts tomorrow. It's like, do what the laws now like just fucking live with the loss. It happens. No, not not for my pants doesn't, but I had someone be like, oh, sell at least Celtics will be good this year, and I didn't wanna tweet it outside. Just didn't want to deal with the backlash, but I believe this to be one hundred percent true. The patriots have an infinitely better chance to win a championship this year than the Celtics do. Right. Like it's not even close. I was also good last year like this. This is this is this is our year this year we we've been thirty three forty nine for so long. It does for sheriff feel different just because LeBron's not in the east anymore. Like we kinda went from waiting for that guy to move, and now he's moved. So like now it's kind of like put up or shut up time. That in trying to see the only. Raptors talk. I was quiet. Malfunctioning to why bought three thousand? Yeah, that was. It's the first time he said like, ever spent. I actually, I know the answer to this already, but if you ever spent a day where you just buy, you don't. Oh, you don't? Oh, actually, yes. Everyday Mondays web saying, and you, you literally don't speak and you get a little too high and you're like, have I forgotten how to speak. So you just say a word out loud to remember, you know how to do it. Chrysanthemum. That's what it felt like. Why hasn't spoken since I don't know the playoff game. He got hurt against Golden State two years ago. It was Rex banners, imitation of laughter. Sounds like. It was very scary. Incredibly scary. A fun guy. I think that might been funnier than the laugh honestly, just what are you when people know about you? I'm fun guy. Snow and believed him. Yes, I'm tearing the house down told you. Put that sledgehammer who I. You wanna see me smashing fruit. Yeah. Why let Leonard becoming a big gala guy would be. He's breaks out a prop trunk, like carrots. Oh, where we. Had any episode? Yeah, I guess we talked about Jimmy last show. Aiding? I don't think you know, I think before cats on the monster deal, though he did he Carl scientists extension much deserve to Minnesota made the right decision, keeping towns over Butler. I don't like them committing. I guess I'm, I'm still just hoping Tibbs will be gone. Yeah. I also thought he was, I guess, if he makes it, it'll stood trigger like I thought he was like, if he makes another Olympian, it'll go up. But I guess if he signs it in the makes it anyway, I think it will trigger it. So he's good. Yeah, it was the same thing with AD. Remember year. Year, they're like, oh yeah, it's still playing out. But yet it's I think the minimum Ican make is one hundred ninety million. Chump change. And all he has to do for to trigger is to make another one of those, like first second or third teams. Right? I think so, yeah. Or might be either that or if he starts an all star game, one of maybe, but I only big IB best bit. Fitzpatrick back in the mix. Did you see that whole play now? I just looked up and saw gracious. He threw it like maybe two hundred feet in the air and it just like, look at this. He's been under pressure all night. So he threw that two straight up in the air, and there's there's now on. That's I got shook out his cleats. Great. I did it last time only, but debris came down with it, ran random back eight yards for the score, but. But do pres. Really, he's feeling the the Kentucky, the Kentucky Mojo right now, he's just carrying it out in the NFL mine. Oh, man. I like that guy. Come back suit up, South Carolina. Did you do you have Josh Allen on defense, right? Yes. The good one. He's he launched Judd. Draft, Josh Allen forty one dot com. Followed by Josh Allen with the. I think PF pointed the solidarity. Yeah. I mean, it sounds like you don't follow Josh, Allen, the good one. No, no, we text. I don't do that fair. Yeah. I didn't know. He was like, I never know Kentucky gas stock and they showed it during the games, Josh Allens, Shays number one rated linebacker about it. Do can use the. He was good last year too. Right? Very, somewhat. I feel like I do remember hearing his name life year which is real for Kentucky football. Last year is a good sign. It would who's running back last year. It would Bom now still snow booze two years ago. That's what it was. I was just making up running back named Bom, Elliott nano, you know, get binney snooze, knock on what's going to be the best player in Kentucky history soon in various pretty good. Yeah. He also doesn't nice Photoshop after every game, which I'm really starting to enjoy. Really, oh yeah. Like after the after the Florida game, it was him like like wrangling, an actual gator. This last game, it was him instead of the football. He was carrying a bulldog. Okay. So for South Carolina, I'm I don't know. I don't know what he's gonna do for the Gamecocks, but I'm hoping two hundred yards and three touchdowns victory later he's got one cooked up. Just jerking off. I'm fine for it. Re tweet. Do it. My king tells me to do. Speaking of prolific college running backs is AJ deli of beating off. Well, real beaters anonymous is is later in the show. Everyone knows that for. Is AJ Dillon has he leapfrogged Julio Jones for football players who wanna beat your as I don't know of anyone will ever leave. Probably sounds football players when it beat man. Find out, find out more next week. I think he's, he's going to beat up with runs barstool BBC I direct. So I've got a little time I want that account goes dark. Then I know. He was not pleased. I don't blame him. He's really good. It wasn't his fault. BC stunk against Purdue. Not sure wasn't. But boy did they stink? Oh man. That was can't believe you mass loss to that. That ragtag bond. I can't either BC looked awful shows you how much one call can really sway a game. I'll never get over that. That are that rogue pass interference flag, got thrown out of the stance. Quick thirty six point turnaround buddy. Listen. If you're watching the game you would you'd be agreeing with thank heavens. I was not man. Oh man, it was bad game. Yeah, I was upset. I watched any of it. I don't. I didn't miss how much. Like football really gets put people in their feelings way more than. I was like Boston College stinks like, oh, you watch one game, you're the expert, and I'm the expert just one game they fucking suck. And. I'm fucking mcshea this shit. I'm watching this and they all stink. The season's going to go? No, because I'll never watch another Boston College games. Imagine. Winless spreaders housing them every which way. Yeah, I was like, what rank is produced, these guys are good. One, twenty seven out of one twenty seven, smooth one in three. They do. Yeah, who's probably my Heisman number two after Bennis now who Rondo more. Mr. Kentucky and went to Purdue, that hurts it. It does, but I think is like the guy that coaches Purdue, his brother coached him in high school. So that was pretty much a lot. Yeah, he got the bag like when he was a sophomore in high school? Yeah. So it's it is what it is. I wish him well. Yeah. I mean he did tear up Boston College all over the failed. Who didn't those guys stunk. Yeah, I don't know who who be fans are chirping you. I've been on record for years on this show on other shows just out loud to pigeons in the park. BC's always always been terrible. Racism, you could say, but he's also yet call me when AJ Dylan was the Heisman, we'll do won't be this. You not after. Twenty Russia's for sixty against Purdue. Get have one of those on the the books and went Heisman, just not how it works. Again. I don't make the rules and I eighty Dylan's one of those players who it's like, yeah, I can see it for him in the NFL which is very rare for non offensive lineman BC players, but Keithly was the same way. Hers was the same way like they just very obvious AJ Dylan's gonna be really good. Definitely not gonna win the Heisman, not many snails award maybe next year. I got some bad news. I don't think there's going to be an average agent. I think he's a sophomore any is he was thirty. Let me see. Yes, I don't know. He might be Richard says off more. I just assume everyone who plays college football, red shirts. I mean, it does off more. Okay, nice tanker. I sit in a very relaxed position corrected Laker. Now, you know, fence, but that kind of talent going to BC by anybody. I just don't know eagles football as well as withers. I mean, who does, but. Me and Mattie is quite the connection. Do you talk about a guy? I didn't see it for still feel like I'm correct, Matt Ryan. I was like, he's fine. I just like, I don't know why you'd take Matt Ryan in the first one. You can get hundred Woodson second again still no from wrong. Woods has not lost. Oh, God. Sean jackson. It sure is. This coming? Probably not. I don't know. I don't know. I feel like every punt return for touchdown always comes back. I feel like they all do I if I was where if I was man. Oh man, that was so cool. That'd be telling other right? He's like, clearly lock in the bet he's like, but it was so cool. Good. Dammit. This fucking Joe Torry umpire. Joe. Linesman Joe Torry over your bet. I do believe coolness of a place did factor into whether or not it's it counts like should they should put. Four reps on the field. Put a fifth went on their put you let the guy in the booth, like technically it was a blocking back with technically that shit was dough. Jackpots pissed. I would have stopped running that would have been the wreck that would put him pass rice, really. Yeah. For most sixty plus plays ever hate to be tagged with gas. Well, I see why he's pissed. Yeah. Unfair. This league won't get out of its own way that I'm saying, see that that's where the gone the booth chimes in. Again, it was clipping you like, Joe, you've got a point and the other hand, there's a putting pass rice in the Nagoya guys like there was no car touch now. And advert and flag. Yeah, that was on a slipped ADEMA pocket. KFC I don't wanna be dramatic, but flag that negates a kick return. TD should be punishable punishable jail time. Disagree. Yeah, that's. Yeah, that's he's not wrong. I'm also mazed like the guy did, the flair was the one that ran through the walls. I'm just glad to see he's up in about. Both Florida or two of the Florida stadiums. I don't really remember what Jacksonville's endzone looks like because patriots get there either, but Miami fucking Kenny stills rain into the the wall by their end zone yesterday too. I don't understand like you did at least like fifteen, maybe twenty yards on all sides of every endzone just for the way people run through that. I don't know why those walls are just like touching. I think Notre Dame's the same way. I don't understand why Bill your stadium like that. People are saying, how did he not see the camera? And I was like, he was playing NFL defense. That's. Tonio br. Come on. Like for the most part, I can see like a why he didn't. He didn't notice like the little kid in the front row getting closer and closer. No. Clearly not. Paying attention on the job. Unrelatable awareness ban. Yeah, I would. I like the Vegas rate is right now should be building just like the most space behind each ENZA like the built like it looks like a. Cameron indoor stadium right now, like the fans are just on top of the. He just reach out and touch with Patrick. Yeah, I'm sure like they do that like man on big defensive stop like the other team will feel like they're breathing down their next. Like I feel like you can get that most NFL stadiums without severe risk of death. Yeah. Again, that's why you gotta have again in the booth. We really want that loud in house feel. Okay. Point counterpoint. We don't want any deaths on the field. Guys like you make a good point. Did you see the hold that they called on that block wasn't great. That's why has he was very pissed. I mean, you talk about like now Howard's never going to walk again. That's my immediate diagnosis of that up. There goes walking. Mala Bama, man. You guys don't get hurt. Farren Barry fair. They live in the end zone and they don't get hurt. Yeah, you didn't get it that that bad. I'm sure. I mean, that would paralyze me for certain dad's still be out. There is no doubt about it. Every year, especially in September there. There are like several hits a game where I just can't believe anyone plays the sport. I'm, I'm amazed at somebody like three quarterbacks year. Don't tear ACL's like Palmer or Brady. I'm amazed at having like every game like like not even intentional just with the way the game is way is just even like offensive linemen gets pushed into you like there's just so many things like there's just so many people on the goddamn failed like. I should've been looking down. Why wouldn't you. Wasn't he also looking at his feet and down feel. Guys. Got no vision. Yeah, pocket presence. C. minus. We got into a back and forth with Evan -fornia today. That was fun. I didn't. See the, I guess his fourth. I saw the initial 'cause I was I was like, low key hit my line, but I didn't see what did he say that was I used that this is under gabbing. Yeah. He just posted the video of quiet, laughing response. Pretty good, not bad damned. If I knew I had his attention, I wouldn't be like no, really hit my line. Who did you shoot? It looks great. Well, that's like I when I saw the picture I was like, is Evan for a black now, like how? How did this happen guys getting darker darker man that Landau son. I just love how like the minute LeBron left. Everybody's, everybody's got the jokes. No, yeah. Where we're only see them twice this year, that is fine at the buys. Here's then play for us anymore. So we don't have to worry about him busting his a. -fornia. I mean, this guy's like five shades darker than Steph, curry, minimum. I mean, white bread, five. Yeah, I am at least two, but I like I honestly I saw an forty-eight posted it and I thought I was like, who's this teammate of his? He's Finally I don't get the. Oh, that's all right. All right. Fair enough. John is battling about. Oh boy. OJ Howard, the ball bass play seem stork almost every time. He's one of the very few people in a league full of ridiculous athletes like you looking like, man, I guess cut. Yeah, it was. I remember last year before the draft people are like he like I know is tight end should probably go like, v I'd I'd never heard good counter as to. Why shouldn't. I was. I was like, I if you're going to like use them as much as you probably should be using him that again, had twenty five catches over four years that I'll Bama right, not his fault, but all of them went for touchdowns every single one seventy five yard touchdown. My thing is if if left tackles are okay to be drafted, like as high as one and OJ Howard is like the times he's not going to be catching touchdowns is going to be basically a left tackle, like I would use I traffic on that. Given there's no way they're going to call it a catch right. Yeah, gas celebrated much too quickly did I wouldn't. I wouldn't celebrate until weeks after the game, the ball, and I just through my body, I for they. Or they look like they're gonna. Let us live. Fits Br. He's got one last bag and I can smell it. He's got one year, twelve million from somebody coming. The i. Subir awfully quickly here at Johnson's like do. Nine hundred ninety two. Oh man. Again Steelers aren't good. Like I would not know out of this at all. They had thirty halftime right. Yeah. So they. Hm. Ardi Barnes. What a bad name. Yes, that was a great tweet. You had to a lot of people like what I just follow me. If you don't get that, just follow me. It's best with both of us in our wrong. OJ. How're caught seven touchdowns and four years at Alabama. Six of them game in national championship as savings. This genius. Wasn't. It wasn't powered like super young for college too. See, he's. I guess he's twenty three now. Yeah, is pretty average. He got six alone last year and this year. I wanna say to. Released got three knows only guy that Alabama getting any kind of listen, powdery four. Really's got four to Shay. Receive kill for it. Kill you. I can't wait. Walking at ahead. He b.'s. I'm just gonna. It was. Julio Jones Edey Dylan, just. Debating a pipe wrench into his hand. How do you guys even know each other. We haven't been cousins explains why need you can find the endzone get here. Jerry Rice's driving the car. Just in AJ green base Anderson. Randy moss pull up to my risky. That's what you need. Anchorman style fight just with all sorts of different factions of former NFL base Andrews through tried it. Not. I mean, just pushed him a touchdown. He just pushed him down. That's not a flag. They have no idea what they're calling. That's my bay. He's like. He's like something to get the like the end of the year numbers. Right? Yeah. Even those three. I don't think he had any picks in the first two games. He's just need the end of the year. Slate look good. No, you deaf. I think he definitely thrown last week if I remember correctly. Yep, they'll be wrong for an one and then four zero. So he's I if I can bounce it out three and three, that'd be like what Levin twelve touchdowns and four pics bag time. Could you make the case that Ryan Fitzpatrick's actually the dumbest Harvard grad of all time. I feel like if you graduate from Harvard, this is guaranteed couple hundred million. I feel like he's only made like seventy in the NFL. But he's not good though. Saw he did the dumbest of the smartest. He's Fisher finesse are just by NFL standards who's no debating that. I'm just wondering if he's truly using his hybrid education to its fullest. Dahlie makes into like you genetic study or something. So it's it's working form, don't don't. You worry that part. I don't disagree with. It's just like, I feel like he probably could have done that without like almost dying on a weekly basis for a decade that beer though we get into like marine biology with at thank good point. Good. I remember watching that guy on the Bengals in the year. They won like one game. It was like, man, oh, man. This is the worst quarterback I've ever seen. We are like twelve years later. And I'm right about. He's it's like, it's like Patrice, we're gonna. I'm gonna drop William shatner's name again like big time. Well, it's it's like in the rosta Charlie Sheen when Patrice went up and he starts talking about how he wasn't even saying about shadow. He was saying about Charlie Sheen he portrays did go in on shattner, but he was talking Joe's like he's good, but he sucks. But he's good though, but, but he sucks. That's kind of like. That fits Patrick is good, but he sucks like he's like, you sign a three year contract stink during the first to be good. Like he's I'd call clutch. He's good at the right times. Yeah. Does he he's he's thirty five which is younger than thirty eight. So he's definitely got. I think he's got one more bag than a few more backup. If you got a few like Charlie batch years left in them. I feel like he's going to be like GM like John Lynch in the future, like he's got so many bags to to pilfer. Oh yeah. He's gonna step right out of the off the field right into the front office, Charles green. See him. I'm behind Damon of just I've been doing so many God damn things fair this God damn company. I need to catch up because I heard I heard Spence as in some hot water Boise. Oh, no, Ben. Is it with. There are times when better all those beggar plays football. By the way this shows is devolved into us colony game. Everyone's already seen by the time. This gets releasing them very okay with it, and we'll have probably no bearing on season, what's none. But there are times when Ben Rothlisberger on the failed. It's like, man, I can't believe this guys want a single game, let alone hundreds. Yeah. I battle hall of famers. Know walk in. He's got to allies. Got to fill is like what the fuck man. Is likely like pro. I bet by the numbers, he's probably the best of the three in. Probably scrape his way into all fame on the fourth ballot. The other two guys day one just and by on has he won? Has he went to playoff games? I feel that they would always get the buy in lose. He lost an AFC championship to us. So that's at least one, nothing. The rest of the time they would just like loom Owen? Yeah. Yeah. I mean, he misses the playoffs of fair bit for a team that's predicted to win the Super Bowl every he's four and five. I stand corrected. Okay. That's not terrible. No, I mean, has kind of bad. He hasn't been twenty thirteen which is kind of bad. Yeah, I wouldn't want to in one one one. Oh, in one in one in one. I don't know what it is. I think he'll probably get in first ballot two. It just can't. He has to make sure he can't. He doesn't retire the same years. Those guys. Because he's got like fifty thousand dollars. Three hundred fifty touchdowns career quarterback rating ninety five. He just like whenever you guys would like just let me know. So I can either get a jump on it or wait a year. He's just. I mean, he's got no Benz livid. He's got like nothing for postseason accolades though. You know what I mean? He's won four games, man. I just. He liked Neil. Wow. What a punt pretty good. He nearly beat the, oh, seven, patriots. That's got a. Cat. Got pittsburgh. Not coast well at all towards Colin tight one. Anti around gonna beat the shit out of Ben Rothlisberger into as he should. Already them right now. Antonio would help who said he's a volunteer artist on the sideline. Who's those diamonds on it was saying Tonio home. I was like, he's a coach now. The house voluntee- just show up and nobody tells them to go home. That's what it sounds like. Joey porter. Got it's exactly who has thinking about to bring them up. Yeah, assistant linebackers coach and listen. Yeah, Thomas, I okay. Joey porter, one them that playoff game against the Bengals. He was the one who started that fight that got everyone checked it like he wanted them that game. Oh, yeah. He's also. Our spec. He's like in his boys, jumped Levi Jones. Like craps table in Vegas. I was like, you know what? When the man says onsite, he means it. I respect consistency. Joey porter feels like one of those guys like fifteen years ago, if people didn't watch him, they'll have now the fuck you're talking about joy. Porta was problem for a long time. Really good. Less good point. Did you see Darius would bay like spit on that ref. No, Nordana days I was still in the league, so. Oh, yeah, salute they called his name. He was down that punt earlier. They will again, dairy say were bay really what's happening here. That's going to be Ted gins next move. When you just really fast, we just can't play receiver Dolly more. I'm gonna. Yeah. Welcome to fit Berg. Heck yeah. Please, please let them lead this game winning drive, of course, is at them saying, they're cooking the second hand. It's what threes I needed to. This is the Sean Jackson eighty yards. That's what I would do. He's looks like is it is. Oh man, Joe Haden person. Joe Haden was also very good. Affiliates played like relatively well tonight. Like all another roughing, the Basser here problem or the pick up the flag. Right? Both. I think Cam here, we're just bullied the referee picking up. The flag is like, fuck, was that nothing? Nothing. Mr.. Did you see him on the background of that that stiff, he couldn't believe. He he was pointing laughing and like Nelson months, it was great. Still is too many guys on the field. Good start. This has no idea. Oh boy. Two passes to dare interception four down territory. So this could be four pick territory. I'm fine with that. White receiver lose it. It's my blind Austin Humphries. It's been there forever. He loves to like they got, I got Howard and Mike Mike Evans on my fantasy team, he'll catch like three touchdowns sick as like. Like. Danes ends in Bhakkar was back in the league. Some is finally shows up. That's three literally is almost three interceptions on three straight bats. Come to seventy five yard bomb. That's just the Fitzpatrick can't wait. I can't wait. Right now. I am up one twenty three point six to one twelve point. Seven fantasy. All he has is Ryan Fitzpatrick. So if he does eighty touchdown Bob, I think I loose 'obediently problem media punting what's happening here. Actually, you know, with the way Pittsburgh offense played this half, you got two timeouts in the warning. I don't hate it Ross burgers late. They might go off sides here. I out you never know roughing the plant passer. Oh, what a boom. That's what I'm saying. Yeah. He got a good putter their offense, a stunt. I kinda don't hate the move. I don't like dirt cutters glasses at all though. No, very pretentious. I don't think he's he's not good enough as a coach. We weren't his glasses, right? Yeah, it was like Patricia determines hat back around. Yeah, elite till he want a couple of games. It respect the game. It creep. Of the week apertures. Done, turn done that isn't just are playing. I do like a book follows like I'd like to call the game, but I do not want to be there with you to white breads. About, here's a thought about you will be courts. On a roving mechanism. So I can always be in the perfect Seton house. Yeah. I wear button up shirt. I, we'll tuck it in. I will concede that and you throw it to me every four downs, say whatever you feel like it really. I'm in no rush. Tampa Bay is getting this ball, but yeah, they certainly are after that after that first inspiring, Blake Pittsburgh, classic fashion. He was gonna throw on second down, stop the clock in Caputo's sale right over Judy z. oh yeah, who who was Pittsburgh often the coordinator now don't even know society. Alia, it's literally like cut to earlier. It's literally a guy who hasn't been in office of Gordon since he coached it Memphis in two thousand six, eleven guys come back. They're always like selling insurance or something. Yeah, they're showing them right now. I guess he's Ben Rothlisberger z- offensive coordinator there QB coached the sole time, but he just hasn't been a an actual coordinator since the season. He's, he hasn't won a game yet. Rain-d finger Fichtner Fichtner. Yeah, coordinator quarterbacks coach from Memphis. Oh, window, six. When they were just tearing the powerhouse yet. And yeah, quarterback coats. So, yeah, he's been. In the squad. I guess he's been yelled at by Todd Haley. Plenty. He's here. We go play action. Oh boy is going over. Oh. Wow, it worked. Oh, he's a dead man. Is the dusty field I've ever seen. Yeah, it's not great. I guess it was like rainier. Some Schick is they're saying like everyone's cleats filled with mud. Simply very healthy way to play football. Zero tractor. Hamming walls all over the place. Yeah, tremendous. Good game for bring Grimes. Most of them aren't. He was good for what he was. I just mean recent history. Yeah, hey, I gave in the league. He was nice for I wanna say five years. Oh boy, she's Broncos next week. That's a pretty good. I don't know how feel about Mahomes haircut, I don't winners cut. Well, he wears it with the the headband. It looks like it looks fine with the head headband, but without. I don't know if that's like, yeah, like if sideshow Bob adapted to modern times. Yeah, he's out there. Sasho mahomes. Yeah, I'm not going to the only haircut doubting these days. James Connors, he runs with seven grown men on his back, and then you is. He's got the heck out doubting leases for. Oh, yeah, they're hitting toward the gate. Oh yeah. They've completely abandoned with. It's magic. Awful. I hate these commercial with after fake jerseys that any rights wouldn't for the Washington football teams? Yeah, that's Randy mosses high school jersey. The guy in the green yet. Stout, they COPA. Guy in the middle of no numbers on his. Just like the competition. Who plates McDonald's like that too. Black grandmothers, not mine. I have tried those those tenders low and they are really fucking good. Yeah. How's that? I tried the when they came out with the chicken sandwich, tried news legit, so I could see that. I just haven't. I can't imagine walking into like a Sunday, you guys, I got Donald tenders if Fisher not that like for yourself there a grand old time you had probably house. Beggars doesn't no problem. They remember. I wanna say like five years ago when they when McDonald's came out with like bone in wings. Yeah. And people were too snobby to admit that they were actually fire. The biggest wings ever. Enormous wings, huge wings, bigger them. I great, great grandma, those wings. I have no idea what this animal is, but. Router, Milt ranch, not terrible. It was. It was people who are constantly looked down on like gas station wings and things of that nature couldn't be me. No, I'm I don't know. I will still kind of look down like the not really looked down. It's just like, I'm just to play. You gotta try the mic. Reamin won't do it. I'm just not interested like I'm not a. I'm not shaking my finger at you. I've eaten a filet of fish before I'm I'm in no position to judge, but I'm just not mcgrigor person the make ribs completely different. Like I get why people are skeptical about the mcrib federal varieties sandwich. That's exactly why like this. There is boneless chicken, like we've seen it for thousands of years now, boneless, ribs. I don't. I don't quite know where they're finding these things, but. Yeah, not not the best they're fine. I used to get hyped on the mcrib got back when I was like in college and just on everything at all times the day. But I can't remember last time I've had a mcrib. I don't know if I ever have and I'm, I'm just fine with it. Yeah. Little too late in the game to get the mic rip game. You know. When my good to set up. Oh yeah. If you can't be running track and field after eight mcrib that's for certain. No, I wouldn't. I wouldn't walk up any sort of steps after eight McGrew. Filet of fish, just a big, big square fish. With no consistency, no takes. The worst when you eat some fried and then there's just like a random pocket of nothingness what is separated in here. I was like, this is same fish high school on Thursdays. Same as I don't know what Pollock flounder. I don't know what it is, but same exact square fish. Some group. Grouper. Salmon swordfish. This patch was not police. He's like no goes my bag. I think they're going to get the ball back here now. Ankara. That's a game right there. Take it easy. Andy Reid. Their second record. He scored a touchdown, interceptions thirty fifty sixty percent pretty good. He's good. Now James is back. He's going to go back to hold on this clipboard. We in there. How short is Fitzpatrick? Why pigpens looking down at him like a little brother, six, six, one, six, two. Ben, like six. Seven because that was like a drastic difference. I've never bought six five for him because he's always been like taller than all of the linemen. That's what I mean. Let's. Listen, the p. lays a hand on salt as I will fight about it. Salters came up with a joke to try and disarm them. Yeah, Adam silver giving Antonio Brown. A nice hug. Brown's barb is like the best in the world of the worst in the world. I think he always looks pretty tight, but it's always fucked up. But if that's what he's looking for the guest tremendous with the clippers. I think it is how how Antoni around likes. It's always something going on with like the back of the back of the head. Yeah, I guess then those James Caan. It's not even. I think it's just the texture of the hair in the back. It was like the shag. Texture hair back there, but he's. I don't know. He just, he looks like fucking. Manta Tayo that. Yeah, it's like black guy in the front half of his face and then some oen. Yeah. While look for a guy, I think is just full black. So I thought I don't think he was mixed. Yeah, no idea. Beautiful hit. Hey, I'll say. You would rookie hazing, carrier bags, whatever. You're not cutting this area though. That's why as a rookie this is year two. So this is just like his call. You just fucked rookie like, you know what? I could pull this. But like if he just had a full head of hair like that, he'd be killed the game. I don't know. Like LeBron muscle throw. I look at that and through. Like many Paki on the back. This is really the more I'm thinking about it. He's really taunting people. He's like, yeah, I have full hairline, but I'd rather just look like this fucking head. Jada move. He's fifteen years, and I just shows with the picture private airline. It is. I wish we'd got this on the field. I don't even know this was from tonight, but. Because it's not gonna make any sense to say what laughing house. I'm just saying it like as you're laughing hard, I see like a covered in oil and pollution and unemployment homelessness, and you're just cracking up. It's not the not watching the commercialized. I opened Twitter. This was my time when. Man. Oh, man, guys got ice cold heart. Oh boy. James, let's wrap baby. James garner one tough. SOB brother, say a couple of mud on me, brother. Hit here from obeyed those wet. Is I guess, I'll I'll take the picture I've already committed. I love the. Yeah. That Tampa Bay son's a real bitch, isn't it? Brother. Just a kid from the boys and girls aren't we all Hoke? Aren't we all. How what's the over under on bandannas owned by Koga Bill. He just. I have a movie reference. He's got him hung up on his wall like a Willie Mays Hayes from Louis or majorly about it. They're gonna say, he's got hung up on his wall like a yak in heat. Another thought you were gonna say, you got hung up on the wall like slaves because all go on raises. And I'm from Boston. This is where my mind. Speaking of slaves. Oh. I was going to bring them up, but you, I mean, you brought the conversation. Lupe fiasco is wrapping his ass off. Again, I heard that tape was good. I don't know where our. But the first like five songs are all about slave ships and such that we're transition from the mcman. Yeah. Yeah, I haven't. I don't think I'm good. Is it like him the person, or is he put out too many duds or you never that big of a Loupe guy to begin with? No, his I very much in on. I'm just. Like, I'm I don't even doubt that you still nice. I'm just not interested just where I am in my life right now. I'm just not interested. There was a a little bit of like if we don't go back to Africa, we a, we really ever going to be free. And I'm looking at twenty four track. So you kidding twenty tracks an hour and forty minutes. Asong call king NAS. Listen. I'll never hear any of these. Mark my words. I made it to track seven, and I looked at how long I was in on track number seven. I was like there's still four minutes left of this song. So I got past. What I will say is all seven of the songs. I were very good, and I haven't heard anything negative about the next twenty seven songs after that. So it's going to take me. It's gonna take me the rest of the finish those, but so far. So he wraps in Spanish on one of them. It really feels like he was just showing off Drake because he wraps in fluent Spanish. Flawlessly, and then he breaks up the the patois boy and it must make Drake feel like the biggest like sack vassals because he also did that flawlessly. There's new thug in new doll. I've just no need for Lupe fiasco wrapping in any language, two hours flu. Yeah, I'm good. So we'll start off what you think. I enjoy. I. I think the intro be much better if he could hear the beat. I don't know. I think it's the worst beat. I've, I feel like it's just him playing the piano. Is there a beat behind the Banos? That'd be news to me. I feel like he doesn't know how to play the piano. He's just hitting a few keys and just wrapping the words are good. I kinda liked that he's tickling the ivories whether or not you're. You're killing it. Have you made any subtractions yet? There's a too soon. I'm trying. You haven't made my cuts. I'm there won't be a lot of them. I did like this one so there there won't be more than three or four. Imagine off planet twice. Yeah, I enjoyed it. I didn't think any of the features missed doctors, Ben in his bag for quite some time. Now, he's at the point where I just trust him. He's very good at this. And what did we what did we think of Jeff. I like that. I've already made my cuts on that one just because it was short. But I, the four. I took off ICN real in my veins, but the four alike or amazing. I think that's would six lack especial. You took out Friel in my veins. I keep, maybe I'll give another listen to. I think I ran this one like three times like back to back to back and I always owned out during those two songs. They gotta go. ICI I'm for sure not going to be like that needs to stay. I'm not gonna fight for is even though I think all six are flawless real. My veins might be can't be number one because rocket man's on here. It's no higher than the one with James fire the intros fire. And I think climax might be better than rocket man. That's a really good show. Climax is great. Let's just take a breath. I'm just saying it's still early, hasn't even been twenty four hours yet. Let's all relax. Just like the dishonest finally own apple music. So I can listen to whenever I want. Oh yeah. I added to Allah music after leaked. Don't make me do it like I hate to do the manual work, but I do appreciate that it's mix mastered now and also like hasn't ending which the original in. An on the run the intro according to young himself. Last night, he said it was going to be fixed immediately still isn't fixed, supposed to be featuring offset. So we have that's look forward to. You know, I, I like it is Mike. I'm always here for an offset verse, but I like I think I'd rather et it could just be seven songs and change. It change the one that is. Just have on the run twice while I wanna remix essentially. Yeah, put it seven like bonus track or something. Yeah. I mean, it's twenty one minutes as wouldn't. I wouldn't hate that. Nine times Arkansas and Lupe fiasco, man. Like I'm gonna listen to this nine times. That's what I'll do. Does agree. It's the only thing I listen to today. I just had it on repeat. I was so happy with. I didn't see any like I didn't skip on any of these like Icees not the greatest thing ever been on a problem with it. Six lack is good on this. I don't usually care for his solo stuff to be quite frankly, did fit well on that Jaden floating just as floating Jane was good. Damn good. As was this Elton John kit Arno much about him bright future. I hear. Yeah. Again, I love him like six lack now. John leveling puts on the local kid. I think Elton's zone three if I'm not mistaken. So private school. Boy? Yeah. I like when he it gives the pups a chance. I do think just writing featuring Elton John is large of a flex as you can have. That's pretty good. It's also one of those like. I'm like, Drake, head Stevie one on a song, and it sucked. Travis had somebody on a song, Stevie Wonder, was it also stevia? I didn't like Drake at Michael Jackson, Michael. That's what it was. And that's on sucked and transit, Steve. It's like you end somebody Adam thugs like now I'm gonna. I'm gonna take what he didn't just make it better about that. I'm what prefer that. I also think. Like Elton, John reached out to do that. You know what I mean? Like that wasn't this meat left on the bone who Jif. He's I say, no more. Right? That wasn't just like a, oh, it'd be cool to remix. I hope thug when he's free in five to ten will start doing that again, but. The crates, but I think the fact that Elton John was like, no, this guy's a genius. I need him the to reinvent the wheel that I that I made many years ago. I think that's why works as well as it does. It wasn't forced, you know what I mean? Got Michael Jackson, I got some shit. Nobody heard reason. We probably never heard it. Someone's going to do that with prints, and it's going to be awful. I can't. Yeah, they're doing all the things that prince loved selling merch, putting his music everywhere. All the things that prince did for. Yeah, they unleased are released. Some shitty hasn't like exactly. Yes. Unreleased. That's what prince loved giving people taste of things, unfinished. Giving towers of his house a no, he loves it. That I think he didn't do that a lot. Like people he invited. Right, right. Just do it like random. I think like the Minnesota lynx were like, yeah, we won the title. We're figuring out. We're gonna go and they're like print houses. Like looks like we're going to prince's house. He just put on like a two hour performance. Like I know he likes that type of stuff, but just haven't people walking in taking pictures because I think even in he was having people check their phones back in. Ninety the original phone. Yeah, check the brick at the door. So yes, I'm glad to see Prentice stained as being paled after his passing. Some big, we knew that was on his way. Oh yeah. What did you say they like they've got him in commercials now drops. Oh, yeah. Not great. Just the way you wanted. People don't realize this unless you read the episode description, I had a time, but we have hawks rookie. Kevin harder on this episode? Yes. We still gonna come up with a a new nickname for him. I didn't like the one he suggested. I don't know. You'll have already heard it by now or we'll be hearing, but. Wasn't great. Now it'll come after. Okay. Well, then it's not great. He's got to what behind the ears so figure it out. Yeah, I got faith in them. Also, as I scroll through Apple's new releases young boy NBA has put out an album every single week. This like this guy won't stop downs on young boy. It's he's gone a little too much. That finally looked into like actual Steffi. Then I was like, oh, yes, guys, like a bad person pad, NADA guy. Yeah, I before I just didn't. I knew it was stuff. I just didn't know what stuff. And I was like, oh, no. He's hanging out with Kevin gates a lot to the not a good sign. No. Not a good Kevin gates, like he gives like if you wear to condoms, she won't get pregnant like that type of vice and. Okay. Seems like that's exactly something even. Yeah, I, I think I'm out again. He's young enough. I, I wish him well, he has plenty of time to be a good member of society. But yeah, I think I'm out. Yeah, I I haven't checked any of it since like very early this year, but I just every week on apple music. He's one of the first four that pops up for like new releases in. It's always a different project, like how even possible. Maybe it's a good thing. He he's gotta stay working. I'm gonna do some bay. I'm talking to Kevin gates if I don't put out an EP. Like if you if you fucker, she's on top. She can't get pregnant because the sperm can't go up. You see. Yeah, gravity. I know Kevin. Last week. Man. Yeah, now. Great. Now. I'll say there's a lot of bad people out there. I know that you've done with your takes. Buddy. Listen. Positive news. Oh, close, personal friend. Cousins was put out his second three song EP in the last month, which I'm all all the way here for. Oh, what's the name of this one? I hadn't heard the second buddy. I'll send it to you right now. It's called cold times. Is getting cold. Really. On the pulse. Those guys can't miss. He's got it all. I think no ice is the happiest ever may. Yeah, he's just a guy just couldn't be happier. He's like the way just things jetski as a man with no cares. I mean talking to him. I know he's your favorite that interview that we've done ever. He, it's partially because he was just so happy the entire time. He had just come fresh from Nike, they'd given him many free things because I assume they're just like they like the cut of this. This man's jib has. I didn't do anything. We give them some cereal. Yeah. Okay. And compliments. As I grow the time line, nasty, Kevin gates on people go into rehab. Rehab is the quitters. Hey, listen fact. Hey, ain't Goto rehab specifically to quit things. He's, whereas the lie, whether it's wanted to get off his back. That is the most like graduated senior year going to freshman year of college, like poster that you get from Spencer's gifts like ask, quote, I've ever heard this, isn't it bitching? Heck you. Yeah, I'm hallock sexually funny to me. Every college freshman about that. Kevin gates, motivational speaker. If you folks her and her friend, you can't get them both pregnant. You don't have that many Bara. My brother damn. Wasn't just drink plenty of mountain dew. That number yellow number seven will clear that right out, PowerAde white after coitus. Everyone knows babies hate electrolytes. Man, I can't believe there's also a good star lead. Are you a star lead? The of stepbrothers found stepbrothers like his non stepbrother STA. I believe he had one about last year. I believe that had a good five songs that I appreciate it off. He just wanted to tape with a gentleman named trapper man, Dale pretty good Levin songs, thirty one minutes. I think I kept five or six of them. It's not bad. Okay, pretty. He's also got a one David. Another eleven songs thirty four minutes at whoa myself to which I haven't listened to yet, but of heard his good. I may spend that tomorrow when I stop listening to climax by young six lack. I've been hearing a whole heap Obas surrounding young men named Cuando Rondo. I've heard the name because I remember thinking strong name. Yeah, it's a. I mean, Rondos just been sitting out there waiting for someone to snatch it up and it took took Cuando to to do. So I listen to one of his lungs didn't joy, and as has been already pointed out. It's been a big year for crip rappers, and he is in fact a cripple Nobu. So that kind of leads me to believe like a right now. They're kinda, they're kinda running shit. So maybe maybe he is the one hope from Georgia to man. Savannah and been good savannah rapper in a while. Yeah. If you really wanted the boss, if he if he went Honda Rondo, he'd go Di diamond every day just makes song call Jason Tatum. It's like guys. This guy knows what he's doing. He just read off his stats rhythmically. He does give on himself rich, homie, Cuando in the one song listen to which I was like, fields will dicey for me, but all right. I wonder if he's the one toll rich, homie, cut his hair. I hope not trust me. We're all doing it. Trust me. God tattooed on his temple just the word guy. So I like the. Could his kids gyp. I'm gonna give him a shot. I'm listening to the whole tape. See what happens. Twelve songs. Thirty six minutes. I can definitely died. Yes, that a single train ride with it. Maginness new Lupe fiasco when his Cuando Rondo. You don't. You don't over stand with his yet. I can't wait for Kevin gates to postbag good the loop. I'll throw my phone down a sewer. I do like he put out life before fame life after fame, both in twenty eight teen. So things are moving fast for our. I don't know which one to go to for. Like when you find new ours, you go backwards forward affords back, I go. Who is someone that weirdly enough last year when. When when young boy wasn't as problematic. I remember talking to a good friend dread about about him and he was like, you gotta go back. Listen, I think thirty eight specials one of his earlier ones. And it's usually like when I find out about a guy that's typically the correct time to find out about the guy because every I can't remember someone I've gone back on and been like, oh yeah, I was missing. Like I, I don't know anyone who fits into that category. Yeah, I'm trying like I just. Our snow for people like I'll listen to life after fame. I like I'll go back to the before stuff. Then he was like, if they like they'll go back and start from a and work their way up. I don't like. Usually flight. Usually the first stuff into either like the best that person's ever gonna put out or it's just really bad. 'cause like they didn't have producer money yet. So the beat stink in. They're trying to find long. Yeah, either I'm with you from the word go or if like, I hear about you on your third project is probably a reason for that. Mike, I went back on the baby has four tapes in a year and a half. Man, oh man. From the go. This guy again. Again, he knows how to make a hook, man. Some people just have. Davy does have it. He's got to figure it out that he's the best project. I've heard this year and every time I say that people throw the gun in there. I'm like, yeah, it was fine to. I didn't like as much as I hate to say. I would agree with that. It's not as good at it is still really good. You know what I think is getting slept on heavily for this year. Low baby, an gonna drip Johar. Well, that when that comes out that will probably be album of the base mode to gets very slept on. I went through like I've been going back through stuff to make more cuts, and I went back to make more cuts no cuts to be made this. It's just a really good did come and go. I think it's because we all like assume there was another one coming like various soon after. Right. But yeah, no, I agree. I'll. Yeah. All nine stay. Yesterday before thug dropped. I was listening to that like Fronta back. I was like, you know, this is still really, really good. I've been seeing this getting a lot of love which shocks made, but I also just think it's correct. Cardi's out also really good. I don't think it's better than babies, but I- every time I put it on, I enjoy it every single time. That went to and I didn't cut me thought it's just very like, it's still just sounds like every single song would use like another verse be perfect, but it's not bad. But my out me because I actually was thinking about this because it's getting to be lead time, much like damage. He's thing in a fruit of the year already. We need to think of album the air. We do it every single. Yeah. But bananas. It's getting your most almost month ten. So not a lot of time left. My of the year as of today. And you can throw the flag on it. If if it doesn't count, I believe it should count. But if you don't think recount more than fine country grammar by Nelly. Exhibit c. j. electron IKA at listen. I heard anything but no, Shrem life three, just the the first album. The first nine with both of them, neither not slim, Jimmy is not. The most lax, but boy. I'm just blanking out his name right now. Sway Lee. There's no I it's, it's bad, especially since the second is called suasion you right in front of me. I think that one when I scroll through from a micro Santa Claus bedtime stories lad there's no MRs on that first nine songs nine. We're not made of all thirty six of those Kip twelve a strong twelve from all three kept four from each honestly. Yeah, exactly. Four from each. Pretty good. I just I don't know, like power glides like the weakest sign there, and it's still really good. It just reminds me too much of the three. Six. Eight. Sounds like that it was my first cut. I don't disagree with you, but I still think it's a bad song. It is the exact same song as I decided there's no arguing that, but I don't think it like takes away from it. I just don't like if it comes on your side to side, I don't need you mucking up my shuffle. But that one, I mean that was one futures better verses. I wish offshore could be like pushed into that, but I can't cheat like that. That's what I'm saying. Like between these twelve. This if they put this tape out, it's album of the decade, right? If they just were like, all right, this is a great idea and all, but this album with being credible. They were like, okay, this is a great idea. Withers b. r. b. r. years. And I would say yes because I do anything those guys, we go way back and I just cut it to a twelve. We're in there. What Grammy what is, what is your, your twelve from that? The twelve. Up in Marco sina buckets rock and Roll Hall of fame teed up our breaking chino hills, offshore Guatemala. Red wine brings Trump brief might be the best on any of these three that take players club. It's wrong, but I don't hate the take fair players club shouldn't Al and keep God. First, you are huge alga. There's not a bad song names, you know by wrong by anyone, Frank, ocean, race, Ramat, metro Bowman. Little spread pair plex Pegasus. I feel I because that song was in so many commercials, I just been waiting to hear it. And then when it finally came out, I was like, you really good. I'll be honest. I really hate the title. Fair. Don't like it one bit. Not a big alliteration get. Eight. Yeah. I mean, inversely year is a subcategory. I have handed and I haven't seen anyone come close to taking it away from him yet is thug on off shore. It's incredible. Yeah. Now you went to different stratosphere their verse. I don't know one of my favorite. I don't know if it'd be verse the year is baby on exotic just because of how he just runs the intro into the hook into verse back into the hook, like just no breath. It's like damn. But I don't know if I call it my probably my favorite verse on it'd be my best. I, I got to do some thinking on that. Yeah, we've got. We've got time. There's no question that we bring Robbie FOX back any. He's awesome. I agree who all these people. He knows a little baby is I know that for a fact guys grown man wise calms of little. My number two might be might be on on Cardi's album. It's not. It's not like this mind blowing verse, but it's if that's on shoot. It just makes me so happy when I hear it. It's such a joyous tune. I want to add a song to the categories. Okay. Twenty eighteen. Song that should have been better. Like bigger better better. I don't care how big it was. Just a song you to like like meat on the bone song. So it's gonna be Cardi every know mine's right now is I've listened to ratchet heavy birthday ten times a day, and it's like this is so close to being a damn good song. Again, another terrible title, awful, awful, and that damn drum roll. He gets rid of those two things. This is a great song. Let me see what would have. Would it would have been for me. So I like the like the concept here lot. I know exactly what it is. If if you take fucking it's from travis's out there actually two. Now, the more I think about it. If he just cut the intro before the beat switch. 'cause he's either beats which motherfucker. He likes to do that even when does no need for it. If he just stopped the intro and didn't have a beat switch on give you just made that track to fine. I don't care for it, but find that could have made the intro better and Yosemite, just get fucking natve up out of their give gun some more shine or put thug on there that song, if you'll thug or on the end of Yosemite for sixteen or if he let him have like another offshore moment, we're talking like song the air instead is just like at rather listen to sold out dates, which is pretty much the same exact sighing with gun on it. That entire song. I do agree on your semi. If I if somebody you just like copy and paste, just from Austria it and you have to be on beat, just him wailing off sorts semi beef, talk about slapping Trump. Yeah, yes. Just copying you right over nabs. Barely audible. You know what I'm going to stick with the picking up by Travis. If he had just shifted Twenty-one savages feature from NC seventeen, which is just not a good song and just did not make my gut. If he put it on five percent ten because I feel like that that beat was made for twenty one to threaten my life over now. We're talking again another song of the air tight move. Think about it. Think about it, man. This is a good. I think he's the very first beat on sicko mode. I think they could it right when I think Drake was about to warm up. I think the very beat is the best beat of the three and got the least amount of rundown. I think all three beats on that are good, but I do agree at felt like a very like two thousand ten eleven type Drake beat where it was going to be like this on just dominates the summit travels. I can't have it. You'll you'll talk about lights with a few minutes, but nothing for that? Yes, it on it for a second ops. I do think the one thing he did. Right. I think it was pal HP HP JR. He was saying. Sway lease like. Almost ghostly drop ins on that song or maybe the most perfect use of someone else in all of music this year. That's the thing is I think Travis is really close to like when is next couple projects or whatever. I think he could drop like a legitimate classic. Like I just feel like he's so good with features. He switches beats enough to where like stuff doesn't get stale like it keeps you wanting more. He's good. He can wrap enough to like hold his own. I just he isn't. Jaanus like he hasn't put it all together yet, right, but I like it might might just happen this season like them. John shooting forty, five percent from three. That's a rep and I feel like Travis. He's the this is twelve songs thirty. Nine minutes got eleven features, but trust me like they're eleven. Eleven. The beets are all fire. Mike dean did every beat. I did the beat switches and it's like, oh, yeah. Got everybody loved it. And it feels like the only enemy has Nikki manats. You know what I mean? Like he can break with anyone which, again, for the sake of crater classic album could work in his benefit. I could see how that would work. Yeah, but I think one of his, his bigger problems he likes to ruin like the end of the album by stapling three song that no one gives a shit about just at the end just to make it longer like I don't think he needs to do that. I feel like he's like, this is what I would do. It's exactly what it will love you Smith as a beard. Wow. Where's he at Illinois? Yeah, he's gonna be very well groomed, but very big bigger at wasn't expectancy lovey Smith in that fashion. I'm upset. I looked down because I was checking Travis. Scott last albums. I'm completely missed it. Never see. Lovey Smith, giant beard ever. Again, you know, you'll never be. You know, you'll never be. Because even like birds in the trap, saying McKnight. Blake. How you just kinda Staples. Like if it ends up pick up the phone track alive in the song he just stolen. I think improved. At the class. I man, I got just enough to take. But he he ends up there. We're talking eleven songs like. Three MRs may be of those eleven legs. Let's getting there. I feel like he's he's getting close. I wouldn't. He's twenty five twenty. I try a young guy, right? Like super young. He could figure it out. I wouldn't be surprised I with the Knicks. Two or three projects. He just drops one that everybody's like like, Dan, that's the one. Yeah. Descent, you pick beer. Expo, oh, man, immaculate. Unrecognised live. I walked by like on the street. I would not think that was lovey Smith. I think it's part of the plant. Jesus. Yes. For now, I guess all Astro road wins the meat on the bone. Yeah, it's boy which you had ratchet having birthday. Yeah, I just disgusted who let him name that's on that. I'll say that fair the entire joy. He puts Salt Lake. He would drink it is he put a lot of meat on the bone, and then he just didn't see any of it. That fair. I will say this. I can't even think of the name of this on like this. I guess while I'm fucking against such a great opening line. It's strong as a strong opening line for certain I, the rest goes. I need that in the in the chef. Just hear that and then next blue tint. Yeah. There we go. Oh yeah. The future. Barely on it, but he's, he's. A couple of words in edgewise. You know, it has a whole heap of meat and bone is new paddock by. Have you heard that yet? I. What do you think it doesn't sound like you like it. It's like a one off. It's fine. Here's my new single like, okay, thanks. Who's he? Who's he. Is always looking out for us. Yeah, he's he's a good kid. Headed. Let Bill Salata MC hammer lately, really? Oh yeah. No, I. Ninety hours ago. I was like. You know what's missing from shuffle the ham, man. Listen when you're right, you're right. Have you seen her? I haven't. I have now added tamasha awful. I do think people underestimate like since so much times past, I do feel like there are too many people alive who feel like the ham. Man was just a one hit wonder, and that couldn't be further from the truth. Like he's thought of like the way Bonilla is, is. Yeah, like it's fair. Hammer. Was that deal. And was coolest man on the planet for about two years. Maybe even 'cause it was early like we'll late eighties early nineties was. Yeah. Yeah, it might have like it might feel like two years now, but I'm sure it was like a healthy five. Hammer don't hurt him with. Yeah, you can't touch this. That was ninety. Two legit to quit was ninety. One while pumps bump was ninety four holy smokes. Remember that was the as when he rebranded his bit of bad boy. Yeah, but yeah, hammer like the cartoon with talk and shoes and was a fashion icon the up. And then he came back years later. Did a video chasing Jay z. through the woods. So yes, one of the coolest people in my life. People forget him. Jay z. a. b.. I certainly did forget it was with the shit's. He was also. Don't let the shiny pants full you from Oakland, isn't it? Sure is. Yeah, I, I won't think anyone from Oakland is not what the shit's that's I'll I want that on the record of the people say like the shiny dance pants as I try like a whole if you won't do. Yeah, yeah, athlete, you have to be to dance like that for as long as he's doing. It also nickname is is basically MC gun. Yeah, people his like the thing people say about him was hammered, don't hurt him like Pammy deal, even be. Story like marshlands like, yeah, when I was twelve, I saw him. Come in and break is legs with sledgehammers. I got his name. That's how I knew I wanted to be a running back. Yeah, I was like, man, I wanna run far away from that. He's dangerous. Marcus paid. It was like, I was there too. I. Yup. Baby, Daimler was there for some reason. These, they don't know let I've gone. Also hammer. It was like he may go and broke famous. There's juice for that. I was literally trying to think of the best way to say that. Yeah, because I'm Jay z. he, I don't want like AMR to have like a replica me running through the woods. I don't wanna smoke hammer. If you listen Stanley. Oh, no. We've made being broke. Barely notable as I'm saying, I. I'd love to be famous blowing money. Ingrate foods. Incredible fits. He made glasses. Cool. He made the wwl arrested look cool. Yes. Simpson. Oh, yeah. I guy will like the multiple parts like you one port. I'm at like nine m shoes. There's nothing you can do about it. Barbara's trying to cut him as evenly as possible. He didn't get beat up. It's gotta be stressful. Yeah, I'm like, oh, you hear most definitely getting these fits. I feel like he was probably at like half of the Tyson fights to at the time. This picture hammer into pot just chilling, just just doing California rapper things. Picture Hamer, Jackson, have I, it's always kind of like the alternate tests like, were you right? Could you get right next to Michael Jackson, hammer, good. Yeah. I mean, there was a point where it was like him in our santia where like the two biggest things gone. I'm trying forget, oh, there's also the hammer doll his own doll that was a big deal or action figure should say that was the test when you made it in the nineties, didn't have an action figure in like a whole line of toys. You weren't anybody like little penny comes to mind like all that they basically all look the same. But if you made the same printing press, but if you were there. Here's hammer holding multiple Grammys. Jack, it's certainly made of aluminum foil. I stumbled upon MC hammer baseball card where I mean this tell me if I'm wrong, but this is Steve Francis like this is not. Good. Frances. You still batboy for the Oakland a.'s. How hammers been in the business. Get at head. That's. Would a Bill. Smoke curled up like duck lips. It's got a job, need a jock jams, hammer jersey, good gods. The number does Pepsi on the sleeve, though. Robbie FOX's. Got it. I feel you get stabbed in Atlanta for we're in. We're in that. It was also hammered. So you. You want hammer coming back after you for selling his goods. We had a, we got LeBron tweeting out young dolph quotes boy. So maybe maybe the Lakers will be good, which one the one always get hit for the first time he was six and I got very uncomfortable as it that line is at the money to that. It's. Classic family, man, James, too. Typical brawny. I've been on since fifteen years old eight, no off switch. All my haters be like, damn. He ain't fell off yet. Pretty good. I mean, I could see how that applies LeBron. Yeah, more or less. There's a page for ham was the bat boy for the as he's on the old Oakland a.'s with hammer on the back of the jersey, forty, four, and the yellow and green fire. That would be if you don't get that, we need to get Dana. I. I. Who. That traders snake. For me, fill with anthrax down. Don't recognize the name. Deign bar. Is that what you're saying? Yeah. Bill. ESPN bottom line Leonard wants to focus on this season. Strong start. Performance reds game few years ago, best concert of been too. The cane because hammers not a young man anymore, and it was still share, isn't with the king was fire. It was like one of the old African handcrafted wooden like walking sticks. He was still doing the hammer dance with it. Is after razz game. I was like, man, can you get these twenty seven outs. Him or micro tiresome leave, please almost midnight. Dance around with a cane like fucking Willie Walker. Also forgot hammers on death row for a minute. So is that the nineties? I mean, who wasn't? Yeah, I. My guess show, but whatever. Guess guess what hammers NetWorth is today? Oh boy, like us. I've seen like a couple of warriors game. He's doing well, let's fifteen male. At one point. Five, which, okay. It's still a lot of money. I'd love to be worth one point, five million dollars. Given n even says, once I reported to be a multi-millionaire, he lost most was wealth when he filed for bankruptcy in ninety six. So that'll do file bankruptcy twenty two years ago still be at one point. Five. I have pretty good. Like the. I guess house was so Dobie like the MC hammer gate, right? Twenty five thirty million. Homer ticket hands made a Homer time. Man. First name Stanley. I had no idea Stanley Barrowman. Jet reported. Hammer wants employ two hundred people with an annual payroll of six point, eight million dollars. You talk about putting off the homey. What what do you think was like the lowest paying job in? What was the job? Oh, gosh. I need you to clean the letters. Say hammer time on the gate hundred twenty grand a year. With full benefits, right? Yes, I do. Did you clean the gay today? I do that every day. Man ham works hard is I? I guess not. You just represented with a hundred dollar Bill, get outta ghetto. Jeez. Okay. Here's another test of how big was is reporting July twenty twelve hammer was encouraged. May Whitney Houston by her father at the Super Bowl in nineteen ninety. One. Please, please take my daughter. Hanging around with Bob fellow, and I don't much care for. Amara's self described super geek, whose presently consulting on vesting eight technology companies. He claims to spend ten to twelve hours daily working on his technology projects in tweets, thirty to forty times a day seems light, but. He's busy working on tech. What do you? What do you want from fair. I can't wait. Just the opposite of hammer. Tweeting daily in a thirty forty seconds working on my passion. I can't wait till hammer Camilion BT LAN musk, the Mars. Says the hammer dance on the move. Chameleon is another one of these like commodities also it both of them are just courts added all these warriors games 'cause they work in tech. Yeah, man, I wouldn't find known this never picked up the fucking rap shit. Camilion like I didn't need to host pimp my ride at all. Then ever need to see me rolling. Never need it in the hate me. Chameleon is currently at twenty five mil. Oh yeah. And he's. Thirty five like he's in the tech game. He's a baby. Yeah. Yeah. Could usually becoming through hammers Wikipedia all night. Camilla's on us forty. Yeah, November twenty eighth nine. Thank you. Remember twenty eighth nineteen seventy nine. Good, good for Commissioner living in things. Staying alive and whatnot. This is this is troublesome news on the Camilion air front that you know he was not born in Houston. Sating. So this is, I mean you talk about heartbreaking was born outside of the country that's only way no, no, where Washington DC. Oh boy. Actually we're going. Yeah, this is kind of nobody's biggies. Born LA to park was born in New York. I don't know what we'd way is up me. Was biggie born LA that I didn't know that. He was born in like South Carolina, like South Carolina. Some we're random. Let's see. You're probably like he was born on top of the Empire State building. He couldn't be any more new. Let's hit now. He's born in New York. Never left New York. It was, let's go see the fight. Never left bits one time. Bad idea. Can should never leave the safety bedstead. Did you know command as a portmanteau of chameleon millionaire? Did you know that. A little. We gotta stop breaking news this late at night. Yeah. Let me close out of this. We compete after. Tomorrow to Amanda on. When tour is big, was twelve years. It's just going to be raining all day. I will say, portmanteau 's to fire for word to be used for such a set in like unlikely situation be brought up in. Yeah, it's. Maybe to make it so good. Just the way ready of it. Yeah, color changing. Click, man. Oh, man. I mean, Houston had a stranglehold on the game. When was that like? Oh, five, let's see. Color changing. If oh, one disbanded in. Oh five. Yeah, that whole. Still, typically, I was like, oh my God. This is the best I've ever. Not red violin. Wow. Wow. You don't want insecure at all day now. Good. Good for you. You could. There's gets seems terrified owns left and right. Take it from me. One of the guys on rat producing Yemen. I want to put more cello 's and my beats as he saw the vision. He should've up with five thousand watts, Michael watts. Good made them hot. I heard a peep from Mike Jones and a smooth decade who I do that. Yeah, the show's over. Hit lost. A lot of weight would. I was like, I. Hope it's because he's doing well or not because he's not. Yeah. Yeah, I feel like I feel like Powell to looks very in shape these days. Paul wall one of my. A. Healthy documentaries. I was watching every day for like. A he lost eighty pounds. Doc time for you? For certain. Oh, boy. Yeah. Was he? Yeah, quit drinking lean. He's that was forty of it. And then I hit the treadmill a couple of times a week. Now's the rest. It is. Yeah, he's like all my friends just kept dropping dead around me. I couldn't figure it out. Yeah, I didn't. I didn't know what the common denominator was turned out. It was the oil. There's a coup- our when I was drinking everyday, who would have thought who's literally sitting on my belly. I do like thugs like if you knew how much God damn money I've spent on, you would cry. Break the Bank. You would you would not believe how much of those? I've put my body. Has he stay so thin? That's really special. I think it's all eats. He doesn't even eat. He just gets us shot of his medicines once a month, which is the fly should have ever. Yeah. And couple. He's good to go. It's hot Cheetos every now and then a week. It is a like upsetting how easy it is for him to stay the thinnest man on the planet. Like six, three one, twelve. And just as dangerous a human being as exists. He, he MC hammer. Paul wall had like the most early two thousand light triangle goatee ever. Did you have you seem like you used to that. No. 'cause like when I when I, I was able to grow facial there. I could only grow like the string. Yes, Paul Pierce like only on my chin and that was that was like two thousand ten. Miss the way. Yeah, so too late. And then I've just had. The am basically just like Paul Pierce if he was white facial hair since it's not great. He's just perfect triangle. Yeah, of just varying Lance and with. But no, as as a stocky white. The the mid two thousand side, I saw too many easy parallels being drawn Apollo, so I would have if I even could have drawn it, I would have been, you know what? He can have that one. I don't even have that in the girls. I'll take the height. Yeah, those are the two. I, I was pretty pleased. I like I probably would have had a Jim strap if I could have grown it. But looking back, I'm happy. I just wasn't even given the opportunity sometimes. Some say from yourself. It's like the real thin one to just. Dominican shortstop thin. It does listen. It looks fine on the on. Dominica tremendous on every white guy. It's like he's got some real stepped on cocaine in his back pocket for show. Times used to fight his step dad. Someone's going to send me a picture of me in like twenty time chinstrap. I'm going to be like at where's this? Even from the chinstrap connected to the dry angle. What. I know I was doing a lot of Cape ins, but man, I don't remember this at all is wild time for the McMahon. I was thinking about it yesterday. It's been eleven years since I, I checked in the college and that's way to miss too many years been even longer for me. So. There's that. Yeah, but we're talking about me, here's I care about that. It is just wild. Like one of my one of my friends who I talked to like four times a year from college, he was like, yeah, just got just proposed my lady last like last couple of weeks. I was like Jesus Christ man with a wild sentenced to read. Like literally just today again, that I worked with the very first like post college job I ever had in his wife is that they're like second son, like literally today shut out to them because she told me she was like, he makes me listen to you in the car. I was like a ringing endorsement. That kids going to grow up, right? Yeah. Both of them out to offer them. Yeah. Suspect, dinner table, like towns, isn't that nice? What do we want to play the. I don't know four hours that she's like, we talk about our day for once. He's like, you're talking over the MC hammer thought. Did you know he was worth one point? Five. Did you did you. Well, then. Damn asparagus. Baby just hang Heddon shame. Old. Heck yeah. Oh, yeah. That's. I'm twenty nine man. I shouldn't feel as old Sidhu just waking up in the morning. Now those like. As old as you feel may I'm sixty six. Now. I don't like I would like to ask Jack laying like what the FOX going on, like, how are you like you have to wake up in the most pain, right. You're pulling like tugboats from England to t- Charlottesville. Yeah. What do you? How do you? How do you even muster, the strength in what? Fora man? What are you trying to prove. Is in shape is he was like seventy five. Like if push came to shove, you could've took the lane, right, definitely. So it was like, what are you proving. Everyone's like the eight year old kid is like six pack ABS right there like the karate champ. I. I. This is a certain point was like, I'm I'm literally three times your size kid like this is just not going to work. About eight euros a lot. Today I was walking down the street and it was just some like it was. It was a mom with like two daughters is what I would assume I was looking at. And the daughters couldn't have been like taller than like three foot four, like they were real little kids and I like they weren't paying. The kids weren't paying attention to where they were walking. So I had to do all the the walking on the sidewalk like I had to like scoot around them. And I was like, man, if I weren't so courteous and like my leg just like half into grace. This this little girl just like a little bit. You'd go flying into into the building right there. No more school for you until at least Christmas, just writing to open manhole cover. But yeah, kids way are they got nothing could be jumped with relatives. I think about it a lot. I wonder if I could be like a whole fourth grade class. Push game to show what's the. I feel like this used to be a big like when when those mice space like roundtables us to make their their way around like questionnaires. One of them. I remember my friend us a dog. I like my friend. He's like six, three. He was an offensive lineman, like six, three like three twenty. Just like a most of a human being in that question used to just fascinate him like how many like eight year olds, nine year olds. Would it take to like take him down. I think it was how many. Is how. Every five or ten minutes is I have many second graders. Could you take? There's like waves of five issue in every fifth wave. They sent a fifth grader. I don't even know what the Google fighting. Dren. This is a big topic on the time line last night. So I'm trying to find some that this. This is all. Type fighting children? Like did you mean fighting children's cancer foundations? I know. I mean, like physically punting to fisticuffs the us. Him up. Yeah, get it together. Google. I don't know how that fifth graders posted like rock my world, but I'm just taking him out. I like those other kids on inflicting. Any damage. Fifth graders a big now. I'm six. Five. So were they are now. They're see their uncoordinated, they don't know what's going on giraffes. Findings that question, I was like. Sara foggy get to while I just I just take out the rest of the second grade with the smallest second grader. I'm just yielding him like a club. Go good stamina like thirty five minutes. Okay, I'm exhausted. Overtake me. It's really all it is. It's it's really just me time. Can't find this me about being up children. Losing your fastball? Yeah. Rats. Have you ever been like a camp counselor or anything like that? Heavens now. All right. That is like children will wear you down, but it's not like physically, they just they've got too much energy. Maybe watching you're watching them is much more difficult than fighting them was a fact. I was maybe like you walk into looking to fight and they just wanna ask question as I. Okay. First wave clean me out. My dukes. Who are you? What are you? Do? Why are you here? How old are you? Are you married? And I'm like, all right. Tap tap nurse, looking for the tap. Yeah, I'm shaking the ropes out. Are you high right now? Enough. Fighting some kids. A good segue had, but it's not coming to my head right now to supernovae. Be like one in the morning. Isn't that late. It's twelve. Forty, four. Let's pound down around up. It's what I wanted to. Does this doesn't transition well at all now that I think about it back down. That's always on my mind. No. The bad, Josh Allen. If we're gonna, we're gonna trash him as often as we do. I think when he does go into Minnesota and just thump the Vikings, we should give them a little little credit just a little when he goes into Wisconsin. You mean? Yeah, that was that was bad, but to be fair. I don't know what the fuck Minnesota is either. I've no idea I posted and people. I look small Madison. The me I was like, okay, you're from Madison. I get it. Nobody, nobody else. No one else would know or care. Look damn good yesterday. Josh Allen played well, take. Break it out again, if need be, I'll do. Agree better than Peterman. I mean, that's a given. I do miss that. We're never gonna say Nathan, Peterman again, you talking about shooting star across the night sky. Now, you kidding. We'll see him again. I really can't laser so bad. I'm like, I'll never wish injury, but it. It'd be rush aimed like Josh Allen took a couple months off like a mission trip or something. We just head to see Nate Pete combs out these last thirteen games. I would love nothing more than to watch more Nate Pete. I don't think we're ever gonna get that luxury again. Universe works in weird ways. In our own something contract dispute as I just not showing up, like I gotta guess. Eight more pigs. There's. There's nothing I quite enjoy. Like when the rockets MS twenty three, twenty seven threes in a row. Like historical ineptitude gets me, gets me going like nothing else if you just regular band. Like that's not funny now that happens all the time. Right? It wash it with Fitspatrick today. Yeah, by him, just having like merch. His career quarterback rating is twenty five point seven. Touchdown, seven picks. There's no way no way he has to test. They came last year. Don't remember. When when could those possibly. Oh man, Jared, Jag, Nathan Peterman runs whatever page you're looking at. He's he stuff in the stats. Yeah, he, you talked on the universe is not on my side with Tennessee for his first two years. I didn't get the watch and root against this man. I'm one of our direct rivals before years. Tell me God's real. You won't. Real. All right. A real piece of work. Need to see where these two Tesche ask game from sleep. A wink. That's okay. One was the week before the chargers game. He came in through the garbage, garbage touchdown. A forty, seven, ten loss to the saints. He was heating up one twenty six point seven quarterback rating. Do next game? Yes. The chargers six fourteen sixty six yards along of twenty zero touchdowns five interceptions. QBR of a zero point three. That's that's an zero to one hundred scale due to Aaron. Those point three, like I said, long twenty. QB Archie quarterback rating seventeen point nine next week. It's your patriots six fifteen fifty yards. No touchdowns no picks. So yet career game against you. And then had the following we, I think those. Oh yeah. This is a big snow game. He's five or ten fifty seven yard two touchdown. No picks in thirteen to seven over to. I think it was one of those like we just have to run the ball. We can't see in this. Yeah, it was a limb for twenty two for sixty nine yards and the colts rest of all forty, six SAM's bills ball fifty. One times is yeah. I remember that gay game was excellent to watch. It was that was nothing anyone can do and then yeah, twenty eighteen five eighteen twenty four yards. Long of ten. Zero touchdowns to interceptions. QBR zero point seven twice as good as the charges game. In a rating of zero just as euro point zero. Just absolutely the best quarterback I've ever seen. I'm just saying you'd be afraid eventually. Not soon enough. This man argues that more like old. Coaching stuff. My going into the like there's no way in like, I'm, I don't think Josh Allen tearing up can't, but there's no way you watch those two are like, I don't know, man, I think Peter got the got the drop on them from everything. I remember hearing Peterman was killing in preseason. I remember like one good game, good half which should have been the red is flay. Also leads the bills rushing. So. Yeah, shady has been awful. Nathan Peterman has one rush for one yard while we're talking rushing. All right. So I mean, positive. Yep. Weapons of terrible. Maybe Josh Allen is good. Yeah. I mean, he certainly didn't look terrible. Against the Vikings who are supposed to be like a sewer contender. Well, I can't take them series for the rest of the year now. Sure can, but then the who's the Packers loose skin Washington has. I can't take them serious. Damn. I still think Washington's closer to good than bad, but they kind of thumped Green Bay Sam. I got there in Washington. It was okay. They get the win, but you have they. It was never in doubt, right. I think it was shitty out to like real that rain. Rogers can't play outside. Yeah. No. Like I plan in Green Bay sheltered as whole life and that dome. Jacksonville, okay, these guys the real deal, they lost. Nine, six, two like they knock Gabbard out of the game. And then mariota was playing a broken arm. The Denver was to now they got the. Yeah, going Baltimore. I mean, I feel like playing in Baltimore's very difficult. I don't know letting case keenum just looked awful. Just awful. Onto our on contract. Listen, they certainly aren't going to draft anyone better. Take John Elway. That's what I mean. They know shot. So I'm, I'm still okay with that decision, but it's not great. Yes. So now there are precisely. To good teams. Chargers, cheeses it out dolphins, forget the forgot the fin charters stink. Would you tire. Yeah. Yes, the really no one cares. What forget. Chief nasty and. Dolphins, kind of like the worst three, not overseen my life. You said that last week, man. Next thing you know, they're the worst. Sixteen Otane you've ever seen mercury. Moore's is pissed. That's actually an interesting twist. It. Dolphins, right? Didn't always like Manno, man. I've no idea what to do. You just hold shame paying. I don't know. Yeah, that's obviously I don't want that, but I do wanna see mercury Morris, put new, an absolute pretzel. Titans lead the division with a negative point differential. So it's always a good sign. They still played in that week. One game that I don't even think should count against the fucking dolphins. I don't even remember thinking about that game, honestly. That was the one with the nine hour halftime. Tannahill ten hours to cool off. Undefeated. I don't know. Like I guess I'm just gonna be wrong about the dolphins every week, but I don't know, man, the ten worst twelve of the worst team with home field. I've ever the worst team in Super Bowl of. I mean, it's not. I just don't trust anthill. I'm not gonna do it ever, but last week he didn't even throw half their touchdown. So that's one way to go about it. Selfless. Yeah, man. Franko reecey that picture gore with marshawn idea, Franco looks exactly like a guy named Frank gore. It's too perfect. Also, he's one of those. You have this eighteen, but also I just thirty eight. So right. Worked out in long run. And then I think his hair's just gonna get like white, but he's going to the exact same face and also lower body body. He's gonna be Earl Campbell. His hair turned Snow White faces. Exactly. The same. Yeah, I was thinking even like Dr j. too. I feel like he kind of looks the same. Oh, yeah. I guess school. Very cool. Forty, nine seasons done. Trying to think who else even Brown's. Thank are tied for the another right behind your former Bengals. Those there's first place in their second place may have see bingles raven to I Brown seal is a second. Showing patriot highlights now highlights is a strong word. Lights, Rachel around. Yeah. What a, what dodge shit game. Maggie lose Matthew Stafford. Sometimes Matthew Stafford loses the you. God damnit thanksgiving twenty thirteen was last time they had hundred yard, Russia. I don't even know how that's possible, but it's true. Okay. So I don't wanna hear any more from steady. Doesn't have a running game. They just had a hundred yard gang. Would you call that. And they shared a stat last night to Gary while it has the second most fourth quarter, rushing yards. Since you came to the league only McCoy's ahead of them. So, yeah, he's got everything right now. Golladay makes every anytime Brown near me makes a catch golden Tate's very fast man. Jones during. So, yeah, no excuses. I really don't know who is good. The dolphins. I'm trying to. Dolphins when a civil never speak in about the NFL. I just won't. Man. Oh, man. Schedule, they've got looks pretty cake. Let's hear it. Elbow, they really might run the table. The Knicks to not great at New England and at Cincinnati. Okay. But if you split those, you're in good shape. Then you got home Vershbow, Kogyo home, verse Detroit. At Thursday at Houston. Houston also looks terrible. The do home for the jets. At Green Bay. This is week tin. So Rodgers will surely be hurt by the correct by week at Indianapolis home for buffalo home New England at Minnesota. Again, Josh Allen ges took the steam right at down. Home Jacksonville at buffalo, and they're already three. No, this twelve wins man. So they're gonna go, nine, three, the rest of the way. Not in four. I'll give him. I felt like they'll split with New England. And. I'll give them a loss at Green Bay Rogers may be in that game. In Jacksonville, every other one axes winning. One thing. There's one in as that I, they absolutely will not win. Which one was it? Doing Lynn, it's Cincinnati. No, I do think they can split these next to you're right about that home Chicago home Detroit at Houston, home jets at Green Bay at Indianapolis, home buffalo home New England at Minnesota home Jacksonville at buffalo. Jacksonville might like need that game for the division. So that would be great. I do think the bears go in there and run shit though. That might be like a another nine, six classic. Tanna Hill's been looking good. He's been doing stuff now. 'but Wilson's been looking good. That's been looking at things, making them look good. Tanu. Came grant. That's who's making Albert Wilson making. I will say we have no one fast enough to stick with game grant, so they just throw it to him all game. If he just runs straight. Like of course, you won't catch every single one of them, but he'll catch enough of them to beat us by like seventy points get if you pass interferences guys grabs jersey, right? They. They've got it down Pat. My need. See the land is looking like for dolphins. Finally, winning the east. I'm sure I could get a pretty penny. Yeah, the pay the patriots for minus two sixty earlier today. Which has to be the absolute lowest. It's been since like Brady tours ACO, say you're betting man. Just lay someone New England and also the dolphins is pretty safe bit. I would lay some like right now, the patriots SuperBowl odds have to be the best. They've been again sometime. Oh, yeah. Dolphin man. Oh man. That'd be tend to see live yell lost this week. That's when I'd bet the house on New England during the idea or whichever one. I'll take the AFC title too because I know they'd be tremendous right. No, I'm I'm sure. I'm sure Vegas knows that. So like they can only make the line like as. Like without them getting like bankrupting themselves. Oh yeah, they know what they're doing. Apparently. Now is the whenever Trento starts talking about the patriots. That's when you bet on them. You just wait for the. It rolling down the segment, like in coming up trend do for why the patriots are cooked. That's okay. I need a bit every dollar I have on New England to run the. The thing every like the bass, like five years. I do feel like we have been to into coming out of September. For this year. So from the dolphin in Runamuck. I mean, listen, they've if everyone may. The exact same running backs. We just faced in Detroit who who ran amok all over us. Frank, gorgeous, twenty seven cares. One fifty one. Between that and grant whose faster than everyone we have. I just wanna say Michelle in space is all I wanna say, I don't want to run in between the tackles feels like the incorrect way to use him. Me mcdaniels had to do. There's no one. There's absolutely no one. I hate more on this planet. Then future New England, Patriots head coach, Josh mcdaniels, and former Indianapolis, Colts. It goes judgment day. He's just like, s thing we've seen. All these historic offensive numbers come out of New England during his time here, and I just know there'd be higher for anyone else. Takes over and brings Hugh Jackson Jackson goes back to often the coordinating their just cooking again. It's, but Anna land how he makes things he's like, I'm in that run to the right just work with run the exact same play again. They'll never see it coming. Really toting Jay grew news to Cincinnati. I was like, I don't see how this guy works out in Washington. I, I don't know if you call him a hit or miss. He's done better than I thought he would like really slow guy, green Ellis. Let's throw him the pitches and really fast, undecided, guy Bernard, let's run him right up the gut. It's. It's like, all right, I down. We gained with a run to the right. We're gonna run the exact same play just to the left this time up loss to yards. Now, third in five, he's playing. Yeah, that's mad. It's. And pager offense who support him, which they're far too many will always point to, again, like the records, the rings all that. And it's just like. We could've still had those. I think anyone else by, I don't. You never know camper. All. I can't put. It's just when I see certain plays. I'm just like, I can't imagine someone else couldn't have also done that. I just can't. Billy be knows what he, he knows what he likes. He likes pissing me the fuck off big fan. So. So God damn annoying. It doesn't look that hard. They make it look so hard every single week, part of the mystique. Maybe Bella check this whole time. It's just been like, let's get those odds down. I got another boat to buy just when they just right. You like, okay, now let's break out the real playbook. Poor Cincinnati's always just like, yeah, we're gonna. We're gonna get him this time and then bills like your week too late. Sorry. Fourteen. Never in doubt. Motherfucker say Kevin harder because it's it's like one thirty now. Very tired. Well, it's one six, not that late. You'll be fine around two fifteen. We got a nice Kevin. Herder interview things went a little off the rails in the middle there, but other than that pretty good, he's good kid. Bad nickname. Good. Yeah. Well, we'll get there. We'll figure it out. We'll have that reversed in no time. Yeah, Vince Carter's been around to see every single nickname existence show. We'll get him on the horn lobby figured. Horrible, Nick, Sam with awesome nickname. Recipes, Tom. Yes, recipes put. Yes. Recipes bow. Yes. Appears fund for Flynn, smash that donation button, please. Thank you. Please. Please, please. And also. Pull up the name. It's not what I wanna get incorrect. Bro dude with a b. Thomas. Got. My good thing or a bad thing. No. More sad thing. Micheals Matz mom last week. Yeah, it wasn't even. Camelia believe it is Milius might. Lost her fight with cancer, Marcus, very torn up about it as anyone would stand with situation. I mean, I've said it before, but every like everyone close to him seems to die just tragic ways in his immediate family. And that's just it sucks to to have to deal with shit like that just throughout your entire life. So I hope he's I don't media day today to to come from the funeral, which was a belief Friday. And then on Monday the I I know it was very recently and on Monday to come in a day. That's like, lighten fine. Everyone's asking stupid questions and taking pictures and stuff and to to just try and put on a. Bright face on. Any face as yet. So I mean that also, especially after like not there's a good time for that, like he, he'd really just got the bag bag. Right. And it's like, mainly, you can't even really share it with the ones you share with most and. And made it to good bit of his note. And I was like, no, I'm not reading anymore. This. This is. I can't do it. Yeah, knows I did read it all in it. I mean, it is tremendously sad and he was he tried to put a good spin on it. He was like, we sent the day like celebrating life instead of only morning, which is the. The right way to do it if you can. It's much easier said than done. And I'm sure there was a one percent of him that was relieved just because when when fights like that go on for as long as hers. Did you do just wanna see your loved one, not suffering anymore. Now that sad is a can be. But also she did get to see him get the bag. So true if they're trying to find some brights. And I'm sure like this summer, he just didn't want to think about contract negotiations like at all. Under. Yeah, his, I don't care man what is put money in my account. Robbie, there. Yeah. So, yeah, just. Can't. We can't on the show on a high note as for sure, son, we do Ryan, but I have been thinking about a person I've never met frequently. Same sex just fucking sex. Yeah, knees handling is is well as could be. And yeah, sit better than I would. Yeah, at least publicly who knows what's happening when he's like going home at night and. I now if he lives when I hope is not alone, I would be extra shitty like that far away from where you grew up to. I can only hope did he. Fills time thing of being a fourth graders. I do. Marcus Morris did announce. He was like, yeah, I know a bully, what of it. So hopefully he can. He can hang out with the other Marcus on the on the team and they can bond over that and Marcus Morris, junior, maybe you'll get it on the action. Marcus Morris is wearing senior on the back of his jersey this year, which I appreciate tremendously. It's a good look. I can never tell us to apart. So I do like it and Markeith is announced that the Celtics at no point at no point have the Celtics been better than the whalers which is a take that's. Disagree with the Morse. You're wrong. I disagree with you. Disagree with them. Listen, you just if you're going with one of 'em you disagreeing with the other. It's quite the bind. It's it's mercury. Morris are another Morris. Of one mind of one core. I need to see marquee more junior fills wet. It is crazy. They didn't have kids on the same day. I'm sure they're threatening doctors, nurses alight like Kepa. Man. Yeah, flexor. She's getting the six months. We got time. Your mother was in labor for hip five and a half months. You came in with a full set of bottom teeth. Kevin Hart. Enjoy. I got. I can't do wrong. AP Pedic. Pedic. Rex here, the very special guest brand spanking new Atlanta Hawks, former mayor, Marilyn terp Kevin heard it what's going on. Oh, of course. I Tyler, you got an immediate pressing issue to get to. Yeah, it's it's been on my mind. I found this out Kevin, can you confirm or deny your favorite all-time NFL players? Tiki barber is at true. That is true. Yes. Proudly. Follow up question. Why. Probably start when I was younger, I'd probably liked his name and so he was, you know, catchy name. He played for New York team from so kind of cut onstar leg. The giants in it's definitely been up and down. You know, existence for me like. Yes. So as a giants fan jets play last night, Sam darnold out. They're not looking hot after week one lot of arguments. Should you have taken saquon? Should you've taken Donald? Where do you fall on that? Yeah, I so that's tough because I still believe in Eli, obviously, he's got us guys to super, so I still defend him. So the and especially cowboy fans, but I still think Clinton was the best player in the draft. So we figure out our line than that you should be as long as you stay healthy. A lot like other guy to be really good for long time as a patriot fan. I have zero recollection of any of these Super Bowls. I must've must've been busy those days. Yeah, w. Achna marriage. You wanna know. Yeah, I'll take your word for it. Plaxico Burs which one which one we want to go for. I mean, you're given. Mario Manningham the short end of the stick here. He's he's the real star that second one. I mean he is, but I think it was a better bro was get sell. Eli was pretty good in that game. He's been good in from what I can tell precisely six games in his life and really screwed me over. Six games. The most important they were there were he ate? I mean, I am not a huge ally guy because he's personally attacked me on several different occasions, but I would argue might be might just be like the best road playoff quarterback, like of all time. Yeah, you know, we haven't been able to see the playoff Eline awhile, but you know, from what I remember, you know, he was definitely really, really good. Yeah, because you're twenty now. Right. Yeah. So you're just you're just a wee lad when those games were? We're going on. This point I was young. I was old enough to know going on. Right, right. Still able to tweet about him screaming TV, just like everybody else being able to tweet about them's wild sentence. Miss those. The end, like no matter he can do no wrong in your eyes or you can you ready to take them out to pasture. Yeah. Now I think is in that Soviet. I don't still think right now. He's not completely the problem if a little bit better land in front of him having to be a lot more effective, but now he's earned his right to play it out 'til the end. I think that's more than fair. If someone wins may two titles like I'm fine with stinking for a couple extra years, then we'll figure it out after that. Right, right. Say what the hawks now have. Have you fully embraced Atlantic where you're from? What? Albany, Saratoga area. Yeah. So a little bit different and Atlanta. Have you have you fully Dovan to to everything has to offer down there. Not everything. There's certain things Atlanta's known for that. I'll stay away from for a little bit. Now you gotta get in that. Haven't been waffle house. Yeah. Different things. I waffle house on trips out. So I've been there, but. Nice and hot, go down the pool a lot. You'll have to work it out. So that's definitely going up. New York guy went to school in Maryland. Tell me you're not one of those guys that have talked yourself into liking cold weather. I always broke cold weather, so never bothered me kind of came something you got used to. So. Guy, Maryland when it was fifty degrees out and everybody's wearing coats. Complain about the weather. I was out there with a long sleeve. This warm feel feel good on here. But I mean, yeah, being down at hot weather, I could see why people don't go up north all the time. What's hot do you though like eighty five and you're melting? What's hot to you? I would say like eighty seven up where I'm like, I. No, that's correct. Oh boy. For a long summer. My friend. Tyler is an Atlanta fella himself. So I, I went down there was like a month two months ago. Now, in the hottest I've ever felt a place be. I'm play obviously from the northeast too. So, yeah, get ready to to just get a lot of sun block at an ice like like coppertone endorsement, just me man, sunblock best friend. It was like eighty two degrees. When you came down, I don't wanna hear you even said it was the hottest Ben. How does that day maybe. General fucked up. Fucked up. Yeah, stay I what you what you need to do is you just need to to get like a tether and hit yourself to Vince Carter, I'm sure he'll keep you out of trouble down there. He's an old man. Now. He doesn't have time to be hitting up king of diamonds in waffle house in the same night. Yeah, definitely goes beyond him. You've got his now he's talking about, so I'm not sure what he does off record, but I don't know what it used to do when he was when he was my. Have you been able to like talk to him yet? 'cause I mean, I must be super crazy to be a rookie in have have someone literally twice your age on your team in someone you grew up watching and like for for? I'm twenty twenty nine now. Yeah, I'm twenty nine now. Like Vince Carter was an icon for may grow up. So what's that like playing with with a guy like that with so many miles under. Yeah, it was. It was definitely. It's been weird. He's been here for now. Yeah, week now, obviously not move from Sacramento figuring all that out. But yeah, we're, we're in the locker room the other day, watching the NBA TV and it was a throwback game, pretty sure the nets all team. It was like talking about yet. Jason Kidd was so tough. Everybody lager kind of looking at them like played like with kids. You really that Erla weird hearing someone talk about go, yeah, I remember that there's actually highlights of like top ten dunk something and he was on three or four of them talk, really each dunk more like everybody was just silent like, okay, this is actually cool having this guy here. So I'm sure everything else in terms of. Or different experiences. We haven't gotten too much in depth. Those really kind of that just one day watching NBA Tuyen locker. So like I guess when he gets situated all the rookies gonna move in with them like you are going to foot of his bed, like as gonna work out. I mean, I gotta see his house so house moving there. So that conversation would definitely come up with the needs thing. So what the hawks this year obviously you have Vince Carter who's who's all this time, but it is a very young team. What's why? Guess what are your guys or at least your goal heading into this season as a rookie with with two other first round picks coming in John Collins last year, very young core. What what are you look into to get out of year one. First and foremost, obviously learn a lot is coming into the league as a rookie is already hard enough. But for right now, it's a fun atmosphere. I don't know how it is anywhere else in the NBA, but we got a young coaching staff. We got a young team, and so I feel like we're pretty close so far that's coach players, a good relationship with each other, and your coaches get in and play defense in drills for like half the practice. So it's not like a huge gap between players and coaches seemed like everybody there is young and new kind of new energy that's been brought in. So obviously, we know that we're young fame and expectations are probably gonna start off low, but obviously we're gonna use the Sierra. I think everybody grow up Phil and get better. Keep trying to build this year. A lot of is Laura has a lot of play over as coach like shit talking like especially like I'm just picturing like November coaches like you need to get back on defense like coach, I crossed you up last Tuesday, what he. Talking. One hundred percent. I mean, we to coaches that are six, nine and bigger that other big guys on drills golfing, crowded dunk on I got. I got coach Jan guard me out, used to the shooter in the league, made him play horse a couple times a week and Marlon Garnett who used to be a shooter in college shooting Rosal ham. So there's a lot of smack dot going back and forth. Like does anybody gonna give Vince card instructions? He's gonna go fuck themselves older than half staff. That's going to fall in line. It was gonna sit, sit inside, observe ever comes without, but I don't expect it to Vince Carter again, all our coaches are young. So Vince Carter's right up there in age with some of our coaches. So in a way it's like a coach player. So this year you were of course, taking nineteenth nineteenth trae young was was the fourth. Fifth, I can't remember the draft at all, really, really done but triangle. He's taken. I you guys actually played together couple years ago on a u eighteen squad. Did you? Did you know back then like, oh, this guy is going to get Steph comparisons, or did you know both you guys, we're going to be in the league few years later. What's what's that been like? Seeing just a couple years difference. Yeah, we're definitely both lot young feels a lot younger couple years ago, but I remember the first time I saw trae was that an event he was planning on and I think they're playing team final which bunch of fairly guys and Michael porter had fouled out now everybody knew Puerta was Ken was down like eight with three or four minutes ago and you're like they're about. And then all of a sudden like little point guard who this unassuming, whatever just went off and kinda just brought him and a beating them Indiana game by like three. Who's that. And then obviously here he kind of blew up. His name got really big and then went to the trial that year. And we both end up on that team spent. Feels like two months that some guy that chillier was kinda rough couple of weeks together at USA, and obviously you see it just the way he plays like this is craftiness with the ball way. He can shoot it the way you can make plays. Other people just kind of he just hard even funny in t- in a lot of natural ability to them that users really good with the ball. Yeah, I didn't really know how gonna end up and obviously in Oklahoma here. Now, the recent rookie surveys they picked us the second best rookie shooter trae young. Have you claimed that number one spot in practice yet? Are you you save in for the regular season to to take the top dogs, but. Me and him definitely have a nice little back and for, but it's really competitive. I'll say that. Sounds like he's still winning. It's competitive. No, you guys open up at MSG on October seventeenth is, is that where you're most looking forward to playing? Not just opening night, but because it's the garden in your New York kid, or is there anywhere else like like LA or Boston or Miami? Is there somewhere else that you're more looking forward to playing. Hundred percent. It was either one of the New York thing either Brooklyn or obviously the next. So does have that game. The first game. Obviously up in New York, it's just gonna feel like the circus game ahead in college. Once we figured out, we're going to be at circus as big challenges. Like obviously a homecoming, a lot of people go to that game. And so for my first game to be in New York, I'm sure is going to be similarly, a lot of people are so that'll definitely really full and obviously both New York plays. I really wanted to. So grownup Knicks guy, nets. I really didn't want NBA growing up back in the day was a pistons fan just 'cause I like Chauncey Bill. And then I just LeBron followed him wherever he went. Pretty good. Follow her. Yeah. Are you going to be? Obviously, you'll, I assume you'll meet LeBron at some point this year you gonna try and wiggle your way into a role in Space Jam too. I love to get a movie. My couple of times. I might have to earn my where there do something in the in the league, but I love to do a movie, not Space Jam to maybe there's a space with his son or something, but know I could get in that, but any movie that'd be that'd be. Are you trying to be like an action star? You try me in a comedy. What kind of movie is Kevin herder? A police drama. Good. Okay. Okay. Who's your Costa. Go-to. Hopefully, comedy, a welfare movie step to take over and that play the crap out of that rule. But really anything maybe guest are getting one. What's what would you say your your comedic stylings are like you is fairly your guy or you more like a John C Reilly or or you more like the stern stone face, like an ice cube. Pharrell. I know. I mean, semi pro stepbrothers pouting night. Day will fare guy. He's you're, you're just taking over the Johnny Riley part. You just get him out of there. Yeah. No red Mamba nickname. Yes. Yes. That's not self anointed. You didn't give that to yourself. Did you know you can't? You can't give nicknames direct. Good answer. So it sounds like you're, you don't like the the nickname and you'd you'd be open to something else. The nicknames now bad. It does Kevin. Baader had that the nickname spat. This is the same space go. Yeah, where we're pals now, I'm just I friend to friend nicknames, not great. I never had a nickname growing up. It was always have, so get a little something different from that. Yeah, I was in Maryland. They can do that a couple of times. I kind of just went with him. Yeah, I'm open. I'm open. The Sutton house. Haven't really been creative with my name yet. So I mean, it's waiting. You're you're an eagle eye shooter in your last name has hurt in it. I'm just trying to picture like Marv Albert like like the red mom like that's not gonna happen like it needs to be something like the big hurt, like Frank, you need to take over like Frank, Thomas lane. He's left, big hurt behind. I think you need to take that. Thousands, a little bit bigger news so I could fill the nickname a limit better. Listen, you keep selling yourself short. What are you doing here? Six. Seven. Big thing. Sperm going. All right. All right. We'll keep workshop at them. We'll figure it out on this and we'll get back to you for sure. You'll know when it comes. Herder. I hardly ever knew her like that could work. Good. And this this climate I don't know about that. We're in the workshop right now. Tyler. Nothing's finalized yet. I guess you don't wanna be a pedophile. No, no one said anything about that. Kevin. Could be implies maybe. So you, you know, one of our co workers is true. Yes. Oh, my cousin does really well. Okay. Yeah, hot Sean night of the draft was running around singing, high praises of us. I didn't know what that relationship was like, but you've, you've got, you've got an in here forever. Even before this at barstool also lend everybody know what was what was he die? You're saying landing. This guy's a pedophile. Yeah. No, he was. He was saying you were going to be a lottery, pick which I didn't think. But he did think you're gonna be a lottery pecking, say you're going to be really good in the league, which I mean, it's still remained to be seen him played yet, so, but he was he was a fan, big harder fan. You know what? So what was the cause? I'm always curious. What was the the draft process like for you? I know some team said they pro or came out that some teams had promised you that they were gonna take you. What is that? Like? How do you even react to that? When that happens? I mean, people just to save. They get a reaction from the grabs. A lot of that stuff. People tweeting. I got promises just tweets and hopefully somebody bigger picks up on it. And so I mean that happens when everything but Minna draft processes. Honestly, really tiring and long, and I kinda got lucky in lucky. But with my injury, I was only able to five workouts. But I mean, Amari Spelman at fourteen years flying city to he back the back. I mean, and those workouts tough. I mean, he's in there trying to see how good yards. So now they're pushing a hundred percent a lot of conditioning and you're going hard for good hour and a half. And so. Cami at fourteen. I got away with only doing five just because I had to get my surgery, but it's a long process in draft day. It really is a big relief and like you finally made it here. And then the next day the teams defy out for some really again, then you know, in the long summer through, but I'm sue. Living out your dream, you play basketball, and that's the only thing worked out four. So. This the moment was, I mean, the process it just when I first bought my name in, I was really like a early to mid second rounder. Yeah. Had a couple of workouts kind of worked my way to the end of the first round was only working up teams at the end of the first round. So I started with Boston. Did Brooklyn worked out for LA Atlanta and then had one scheduled for Utah that I'd end up doing 'cause my hand. And so. All teams just where they're picking. Obviously, I was looking kind of to work out for the didn't wanna waste workouts. Right? And so I kind of kept creeping up a little bit more and more team started like me. Then when to the combine really well, they're played really well. They're kind of solidify myself in the first round. And then even after that, after I sat out a bunch of workout after rumors started flown, how high on yelling in the draft night came, I really thought I'd buy rain was probably around like fifteen. Wherever the end of the first round was in. So once once port being thirteen fourteen came around and starting at the butterflies really wants. Which team put you through the hardest workout. You'll Boston is known avatar workout just because I heard a lot of running. Yeah, they have. Yeah, it's a lot of conditioning. The last last really do a conditioning drill, but it's run really well play a lot of threes. So there's conditioning within your workout. So you're playing one on one full court, grand prix, full court for for for. So it's a, it's a tough workout, but you gotta be in shape. So the teams are savagely job interview, and one of the checklist is, are you in three on three full Cordis madness. K. chaos. Yes. A lot of even Stevens Stevens run into someone else, run it. Usually one or the other coaches runs. Okay. That was that was everywhere the head coach. I mean, it's simply that time I worked out for Boston. They're in a series six. All right. All right. So the. Team wasn't there Stevens wasn't there. The GM Danny aines was there, but they had some of their other assistant coaches run on the workout. Did you get to. Get to work for Utah. Was it a thing like you got there was like, I don't really wanna live in Utah guys. It's my hand. I just can't do it. I did my workout with LA and bothered. Supposed to fly reds, Utah, flew home, can't do it. So we, I mean, we're in Utah for the summer league, so I got to see a little bit of it. There elevators. Definitely an adjustment, but it's really beautiful out there with. So that would have been a problem. You say that now from the comfort of of Atlanta. Definitely man tile. You got anything else. Now that's it. Red mom was really what I wanted to know about. I'm I'm glad we got that squared away. Fully talked about engulfed, red, mom? Yeah, yeah, we'll listen. Next time you're in New York and wanna stop by the office. She operation. We'll have at least ten more nicknames foyer will throw match. We'll stay away from any that could be come off as paedophiliac and we'll get this cook, that's that's my guarantee. You Kevin love the hair. Let's make that appointment. I right. We appreciate you coming on. Thank you very much in best of luck this season beyond with your career. All right. Thank you guys. What else. Raines group. I should. Hey. Call. Along. Rush abilities would I. My enemies. Tragedy. Gotta be. What else be doing race blue. Ooh, what does rains bloop. What else doing reg blue. What else rains blue. I got Brian, I I can't do. Two. San. Property. That is. Jeremy charity. Legacy. Curiously. Fairly. She me. She wanted taste me s she showed it gave a blue face. Group. What else. Oop, rich. Wrench bloop. I got. I can't do wrong. Eight, two. Range.

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ICYMI - I Apologize for Talking While You Were Talking - Sports News That's Still Out There

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

05:00 min | 3 months ago

ICYMI - I Apologize for Talking While You Were Talking - Sports News That's Still Out There

"You're listening to comedy central. Even though the corona virus has shut down most sports. This still sports news out there which means it's time to go to Roy with junior and Michael Kosta for another edition of I apologize for talking while you were talking was sports fans on Roy Junior. He's Michael Kosta Cosco. I don't know about you but I've been missing sports so much man. I know saying I'm so desperate that I've been betting all the old ESPN Games. They've been aired. I'm sorry you were down five thousand dollars but I'm GonNa make back tonight because I'm watching last year's Super Bowl. I've gotTa feel them. A forty niners are going to win big. The Kansas City chiefs will never mind. That's going to embed but I will tell you what I have been watching. Espn this Michael Jordan. Tim Part Documentary. The last dance detail in his last year with the Chicago Bulls Quality. What have you and everyone else? Roy I mean. This documentary has everything drama greatness shorts so sure that they leave nothing to the imagination. Those shorts were so short. Act to see who had the Secta me and watch over. Nba footage with this documentary. It's really made me appreciate how fast the Tashin trends change the NBA. Just a few short years wouldn't from really short shorts to Jordan's baggy suits those like MC hammer had a former where line anyway. Let's talk turn sports now. I don't know what you've been going through. All the leaves on hiatus and honestly adding going through the baseball withdrawals have a fever of one hundred and four. I have a lot of chills shaking a little bit of diarrhea classic signs of baseball withdrawal. Think maybe you should get that checked out but Roy you'd be happy note that they are bringing baseball back in Asia. The view tweets. If you're wondering what Major League Baseball will look like when it comes back. Pay attention to South Korea. The Korean Baseball Association put on an exhibition game announcing the start of the new season will happen. On Fifth Games will be played without fans in the stands in the beginning. Some other rules players can't shake hands and give high fives and this may be a tough one. There's no spitting allowed and in other parts of the World Baseball Bat but with a bizarre twist in Taiwan cardboard cutouts and mannequins sit in the stance instead of fans. These mannequins remind me of myself when I'm watching baseball emotionless word no nipples my doctors who someday. I'll come on man don't be hated. You gotTa have something in the stance. Just shoot those. Americans are imported from Philadelphia because they are still going to be throwing batteries. Which you know. I just think these new rules and South Korea are too strict. No shaking hands. No I five not even the point you have to change with The Times. Whatever it takes the brain baseball back. I'm all for that. I go further F. You Win The big game could get dumping gatorade. Just throw clorox. On each other's here is our burp but my wife and never been wider. Let's talk about football because not only Tom Brady. Going to be a Tampa Bay buccaneer this upcoming season. But he's also going to be reunited with an old friend. After one year away from the game former New England patriot. Rob Gronkowski is coming back to play for the Tampa. Bay buccaneers once again joining forces with his former teammate. Newly traded quarterback. Tom Brady blaming no brains. This could be a powerful duo. Aegis got the season doesn't get delayed too long. Tom Brady doesn't have a lot of time. Left I mean the main. It's already sixty eight years old. Better Watch out for that Gerona Tom. You're in the most vulnerable demographic will say this man it's GonNa be Weird seem to longtime patriots donning of buccaneers uniforms. My is GonNa know what's going on here. It's going to be like if they made the pope the KFC colonel. I'm happy for him but it's going to take some getting used to probably see their sports fans that's it for now but we'll be back to cover the next big game on the schedule which is let me see the Kent County Michigan Crossword Competition. God I'll tell you what Roy I don't know what that is. I'm putting two grand on fourteen down you. You'd have a problem that thank you so much for that guy's Daily Show Terminal Yours addition Watson Availa show weeknights at eleven ten central on comedy central and the comedy central Apple Watch episodes and videos at the daily show dot com follow us on facebook twitter and instagram and subscribe to the daily show on Youtube. Four exclusive content and more. This has been a comedy central podcast.

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Dart Against Humanity Ep. 70: 2020 Vision

Dart Against Humanity

52:12 min | 7 months ago

Dart Against Humanity Ep. 70: 2020 Vision

"This is Dr that this episode seventy dollars against humanity so happy new year first of all and and what I've been doing lately is I've been doing a lot of research trying to figure out because once you get digested transition period it coming from. Nobody's working during the The Christmas holiday. Nobody so that say I was going back and forth north with literary agent hypothetically but also in real life. It's GonNa be a while before actually hear back from them about anything and let's say that you're going back and forth with anybody because again gig economy and everything relies on you being able to get things done done by a certain time and you're on Time constraints and you have limits and you have to get things than by certain time to submit your or Invoices have right so you need to get everything going so that you have income coming in starting in January because you know rents do everything else do comcast xfinity doesn't care in the nobody else's at work you need to hustle so that means that I have to get into this transition period where I have to start planning out Things that I'm doing so I get a check coming soon. That means that I have to start researching researching or putting out feelers. So one of the things. I'm researching is now that it's twenty twenty. There's a a whole new thing for anniversary pieces or retrospectives what have you and now how that switches from such as two thousand twenty we go from two thousand fifteen two thousand contain two thousand five two thousand and that's the cutoff for dislike. Almost everybody else pretty much everybody can write about those years. If you're in this space right now then is a little extra bonus round you know for Nineteen Ninety Ninety five you can do adequate research or there's enough stuff out there for you to stretch it in nineteen ninety five stuff. Okay that's like medium to do it really well. The difficulty is a little higher because you have to have like better memory you have to have access to better information. But nineteen ninety-five is still doable. This is where it gets tough. This is where I reside nineteen ninety. Nineteen eighteen eighty five nineteen eighty. Now if you're a rat writer the cutoff is about one thousand. Nine hundred eighty because recorded wraps began nineteen seventy nine. So that's last year. There isn't a whole lot of hip hip hop slash rat. History that you can go into a nineteen seventy five so the cutoff is nine thousand. Eight hundred eighty eighty five. Ninety and ninety five is like that grey area where you can write about something in ninety five but somebody else going to jump in and write about it too so what I start doing as I start researching looking for subject matter things that I could do and had space. He's so things have been working on. First thing I was pitching is on a piece. About how nine thousand nine hundred was going to be the year here. Regardless of how we looked at it that they were finally going to be a number one rap song to top the billboard. Hot One hundred. It was finally going to happen. So if you look at nineteen eighty nine and you look at At the popular rap songs actually did super well and went very high on the pop charts crossing over so of course. She's like de la soul's me myself and I was kind of takes off. It gets released February fourteenth nineteen eighty nine and again de la. Soul's album did not come melt March Third Nineteen eighty-nine I keep telling people this They don't listen. There's proof already have both pitchers that the album was out already ready in February anywhere. So that's how that song comes out. February fourteenth Mesa Eighty nine it blows up. It does does very well across his over right you have other songs like Wild thing by tone LoC- does really well fucking cold. Medina Bartolo does very well You also have a bust a move by MC does really well just a friend does really well at the end of the year expression does really well ended a year. ninety-nine going into one thousand nine hundred so you look at the charts and you start looking and you look and you notice that Yo at some point point because they pretty much rappers. It already figured out the formula to have a pop rap song a song across over and does well But someone's going to figure out how to get the number one billboard chart Listening so that's one thing that I'm covering and also in another angle that I wanted to do is why did it take so long for a rap song to hit number one join on the billboard hot one hundred what was keeping it from happening. What was the different factors And I was researching this. I started researching. It was like three months ago. I do everything ahead of time. I'm like Batman. Were prep time. That's kind of my thing because I don't really sleep so I figure out some two angles and also another thing that I figured out the something. The knitted stumped me and all my all my recent time. Really being able to have archives available and looking at numbers and looking at a charts. I didn't realize until I saw it in print and billboard the billboard did was they actually took the home the black music charts and they reported I I. So they reported the black music charts and the sales early and then the the pop and the pop and rock charts. They did later in the week. So there's going to be a discrepancy so that means it sometimes a song song or an album that should rightly be in the hot black singles or on top black albums. We'll actually debut for some odd reason and the billboard two hundred on the dance charts ahead of when it should be on the hot black singles. which is what it was called back then or the top black albums before it was called the R&B albums albums and that started to make sense? I'm like okay this makes sense and also you start noticing the dead different home. Things like previous nineteen ninety-five. There was a there was a loophole. Where if a song was played on the Radi- The yellow enough and they didn't have An just come out. And they didn't have the sales numbers to report officially on by the time the billboard charts came out if the sales I mean if the plays on radio or the club were high enough it could shirt without having the sales reported if it was in the top one hundred. That's something that they cut off after nineteen ninety five so this this actually happened to I reported this happening on. Welcome to the night dome. It was on fight the power so public. Enemy's fight the power. This happened and I was like wait a minute I so so I discovered that so that was some crazy thing but I discover some stuff like I'm going through a list of songs. Things that I know blew up in nineteen ninety almost almost had a shot to hit Number one on the charts. Of course we all know what song hit number one. I and I wanted to understand exactly why it was the song to hit number one. I kind I had an idea but I just needed confirmation and I got the confirmation and I wanted to break down all the errors that were made the like trial and error all the things all the mistakes that were made or what happened. That prevented this song. That when you go back and you look at the charts charts and you go back and look at the information and go back and look at all the articles and the things that were written and how was doing in different regions. Yes that all this information Asian all these reports available research. How is it possible? This song did hit number one and it comes down to things like Not Enough formats were available for sale of from the label. They only put out a twelve inch singles. They didn't provide twelve inch singles ca singles CD singles or they had They put out a bunch of promotional seven inches. But they didn't invest in other formats matt or another big thing that I discovered which I'm going to get into is radio right so it's a combination of sales and radio play now there again. You have reports so you have different regions and different stations. That report about how this song did how it's added. You're you have a silver ADS PLATINUM ADS your regular rotation you have just The the high rotation. And what have you then. You have like the ads across the region. All these things in CA- are accountable but the thing is that you have black radio but then you have pop top forty rock radio and if there aren't enough of those stations get ad the song. Then you're not going to get the groundswell needed to get you know number one set. I'm to get the number. One spot is easier for rock or pop song or dance song to get to the become number one then. It is for rap song because you're dealing with the elephant in the room. Racism Willow willow rot or pop top forty station play a rap song. What kind of rap song does it need to be to gain that kind of play? How come run D M stood welcome ring? EMC's he's walked this way didn't ultimately become number one on the billboard hot one hundred and how did he get so high on the charts because it actually got added to rock stations. So there's a whole lot going on there right and I'm i. I did a lot of like deep deep dive researching into that. So that's one thing I was doing then in doing that also discovered so I'm thing on the side I was is trying to discover what was trying to break down exactly hammers You can't touch this angle because my memory of what happened which you can't touch this is also another crazy thing because Radio again has regions and I discovered something idea no I know the MC hammer and capital bust it records had a unique single rollout for MC Hammer's whereas please hammer don't hurt him album. I didn't even realize I discovered this doing research so I was most people on the impression. Russian MC Hammer's You please. Hammer don't hurt him album. You can't touch this. Was the main lead single. It wasn't so this led to me going on twitter and being like yeah. I have questions and pretty much. The only person confirm or deny some of the stuff that I found is MC hammer himself why can MC Hammer Stanley Burrell and on a big Lou you were the people at busted who actually made some of the choices with capital. They weren't just out there in the cold because because you discover that there you can't touch. This wasn't the lead single. The lead single was actually helped the Children Capitol v One five five four zero twelve inch. This is how I discovered. It added Between the Week of January thirteenth and twentieth written about January twentieth on billboard and as on the charts already in early January in January late January help the children. I don't don't ever remember there being a help. The children single early but there was physical copies. It's on the charts. What so Please Hammer don't hurt. Album comes out February right right then. There's dancing machine which I know was on album but dancing machine was a single like you look at the early March billboard charts dancing machine enters. 'cause back then wrap rap Charts went to thirty. Yeah I know everything else goes like a hundred seventy five durant chart stopped opted thirty and of course it's rap charts begin. March eleven thousand eighty nine dancing machine enters the rap charts on March Tenth Nineteen Ninety Number Twenty Nine on the rap charts. And I'm like that was a dancing machine. Single physical single going. Look yes and there. Was the dancing machine single now. What happened was and this is something I didn't know either? Apparently you can't touch this. This started being played on radio sometime. In late March while help the children is on the charts and so's dancing machine but it some point can't touch this takes off so much capital decides to not sinned dancing machine sheen or or do the full campaign dancing machine to radio which I had no idea that was even a thing that they were trying to do. Oh so they abandoned it. And they decided to put an capital pivots and decides to put their push into Can't touch this so dense machine stolz before it even gets sent to radio or campaigning in painting a pushed it radio because of the rise of can't touch this because of the overwhelming Feedback from from people calling in radio stations or or whoever does the reporting so so they pushed the CA- touch video and they discovered that The first reports. You can't touch this. This is something I'm like. What enters the club play charts at number forty on April fourteenth nineteen ninety and according to everything we think our read? There was no. Can't touch this single. There was no physical touch this single and these when it enters the charts on the club play charts on April Fourteenth Nineteen Nineteen Ninety and when they did did finally decide to Oh and there's something. I actually read physically read billboard refuses to have can't touch this chart even though it's burning up radio in the club because there's there's no physical there's no physical format for it so Capitol records puts out twelve inches. Just a twelve inch vinyl and then billboards like all right. We're going to let it chart so April fourteenth on the Club playlist on the club. Play at number forty but then April Twenty Eighth Nineteen Ninety enters number twenty seven even on the hot one hundred. And it's and it's awesome it just going crazy from there to make you fully understand what I'm saying is that it enters the club playlist charts two weeks earlier and it's already already number twenty seven on the hot one hundred two weeks later when it finally charts officially. I didn't say a black chart a said the hot one hundred. Okay to further understand Stan. How weird this is when When you look at you can't touch this and you can't touch? This is like number forty-three in the hot black singles right because they report earlier rather than later so when it's number twenty one hundred is number forty three in hot black singles. It could have been higher if they reported later but at the same time you look at help the children and help the children was already number. Ninety three on the black charts arts which went to one hundred and already been on the charts for fourteen weeks now again. I don't remember anybody ever playing the help the children single on the radio in Boston. I don't remember seeing the help. The children single I remember. You can't touch this being everywhere. So that's something that I need to really delve into because one of the things is is that the race to have the first rap single hit one hundred on the hot one hundred. I hit number one on the hot one hundred is you. You can't touch this by Hammer. Should've hit number one. It topped out at number seven. Why don't we top out a number seven ultimately because is Capital did not release any more formats other than Twelve inch single early enough. Didn't put out the casino. Dan Put out the CD single if they did. And plus the airplay factor which is also something that I need to really delve into and break down one hundred percent it could have possibly reached number one before vanilla ice hit number one would ice ice baby but also at the same time I have to go back I go back and I look at all the singles Bengals from nineteen ninety. That started blowing up crossover rap the other song I haven't talked about that was blowing up early early. In one thousand nine hundred ninety though is flying up the charts psalm. Pepsi's expression of disgust. But what I haven't talked about is Digital Underground humpty dance did you underground. Humpty dance was also in that same category category. It was a song that pop radio embraced and started to play. Salt and pepper expression expression was another song news alone that format but there were other songs they were out Melamine aces minted. Ted also also blew up later on so when you look at it just a friend by Biz markie which which came out late nine hundred eighty nine but was blowing up into one thousand nine hundred when you start looking at the charts and you start noticing that Yo this is really really a shift in the the charts and another thing too that even affected the rap charts and how the shift was happening wisdom Bell BIV Vul- deal puts out poison right so bulb. The Bulb Dubose poison comes out February late February. Nineteen Ninety The single I like hits the charts somewhere around L. March tenth nineteen ninety. That's when you first start seeing like any like mention of it or anything happening with it right then you have You see it again. Around like March twentieth. Nineteen ninety a younger charts right then. April seventh nineteen ninety. The album enters the black albums. It number forty eight. So that song ends up like blowing up and flying up the charts. Now what does is so. Here's the thing here's why it's such a disruptive Song Bell Biv devoe is essentially making a hybridize version of Arin be new object. Swing had already taken over in Summer Eighty eight and Fars Black. Music became the default sound like black music started pushing out older black back folks that made entrenched arm be in that space so it got to be a thing where you're either making this kind of rb or you're we're moving into the Adult Contemporary Space. Freddie Jackson Ain't trying to do the running man with young folks people people Bryson ain't trying to do to run a man with these young folks. Noble more ain't trying to do that. You Know Natalie Cole wait trying to do today. Melissa Morgan. Who came from the hush sound rain trying to Christif? Sure as hell ain't trying to do that Luther Vandross Vandross ca doing he's one flunkies producing between nineteen seventy six to eighty six. This is a different. This is different chamber for him so allow these older. Black artists are moving more into an adult adult contemporary LANE WITH ESTABLISHED R&B and they're trying to get funky and stay young and it just doesn't sound right and Bell Biv devoe all comes in at the top of nineteen ninety and it's Sukhbir. It's like New Jack. Swing on crack. Talk Dot Dot dot dot dot dot to data and before that you had Bobby Brown came out with my prerogative. which is is one of the blackest? Salt it's my prerogative is so black. It's like menthol cigarettes. No you know borrowing five dollars not giving it back. It's a black black black black song it's like having a cousin named June bug is black black black black and it crosses over and knocks out like like warrant in you know like the luckiest rock. La guns where even out back then and you know like it just knocks off like the most rock the most crossover hairband metal rock. You can imagine and his Bobby Brown Bobby Brown was a is. Probably the biggest star outside of Michael Jackson and Prince and Black Music Between one thousand nine hundred eighty nine hundred ninety nine nine hundred ninety. Andy this is crazy. How like artists from Boston ended up like completely crushing everything dominating black music and pop music in that same ever crate but it kind of created this new dynamic bell Biv devils poison poison but on the other side while I'm doing this research? I'm discovering that this something else to kind of home is changing the charts and how people perceive what a song can be and what where it charts its growth. I've talked about it on Episode going back to season one dollars against humanity. Jane Child's don't WanNa Fall in love. Okay it enters the hot one hundred. It number seventy five on February seventeenth nineteen ninety now. My early findings were it. Seems like Jane shouts. Don't WanNa Fall in love. The album came out in nineteen eighty nine but the song that single really started taking rising in either late nineteen eighty-nine December nineteen eighty nine or January nineteen ninety on on black radio largely because the single was a white label wasn't a picture sleeve and people just thought the song was funky so it took off a black doc radio right and then what happened is it went from black radio and it crossed over to pop radio so started gaining steam at pop radio and then somewhere along early. Nineteen thousand nine hundred ninety somewhere between January and February one thousand nine hundred. I haven't pinpointed win. And this is research on. The video starts getting played because I remember the video playing on home video video on video shows and this before I had cable so my perspective on this is way different. So I'm I'm actually going to go back through the old charts and look at when James House don't WanNa Fall in love. Video started getting added to our video stations and entered the regular rotation or the Aw the medium rotation at least and this is something I can actually look up because those those things actually exist can look to win out when singles when videos entered rotation this amazing. So I'm going to look because my contention is that once James Childs video video started getting played and it was very visible. The Jane Child was white all the sudden the way that they marketed marketed. Change Child changed immediately. Jane Child the original version of don't WanNa Fall in love didn't get played on black radio anymore. Suddenly they service the Teddy Rally remakes which is not as Funky as the original. I've said this before. I'll go to my grave saying okay. So she still spends on Black Radio but not for the original version anymore and the new version of the single has her on. It has her picture on it the version that they send out now that selling which is nuts but it blows up pop and Crossover Radio and it's tearing up the charts starting off February Seventeenth nineteen ninety when it starts his ascent up the charts. Now the crazy thing about Jane don't WanNa Fall in love Sending the hot one hundred nineteen and starting February seventeen in one thousand nine hundred. Is that at the same time the same damn time. Lisa Stansfield stance. Field's been around the world begins. Its ascent up the home charts on the black music side. So there's a lot of research like the The child piece. I have like down because I've done NBC previous research on it before last year. And before when I did my one thousand nine hundred piece which I think ended up in my book but the Alternate piece about Lisa Stansfield from her album. Ablaze called. Devotion is the other piece that that I wanna do because it got to be a thing where now you had these defined roles in music where if you are a white R&B artists you had to pretty much announce ounce this is a white Orrin B artist whereas before you could be white and do a simple up or whatever or rock or what have you another format and still get spins on black radio without having to completely define the. I'm a white soul artist re bought the record. It's on Black Charts Robert Palmer. You know. It's just what happened. Boss gags what happens but it turns out that around nineteen ninety. This is the year where and I think a lot of it had to do. With the fact that wrap was taking up more of the black music charts and it was busting out of the the rap charts. Let's and so they had to really define that more so what they needed with the record label. The promotions people needed the white artists to define. I'm Orrin B. You know that's coming out of the ever again were you have Like Sheena Easton when she went over to. MCA she she could just be a white artists on. MCA She pretty much in the Black Music Department at MCA with the lover in me ably talked about that with awkward dancing and the videos and it started from like one thousand nine hundred eighty five when sugar walls starts going up to charge something else. I've been researching Nelson. George did an article a piece breaking down who produced in Rhode Sugar Walls Alexander. Never mind and this other guy does other guy actually works at the home works for this Publishing Company Company is publishing companies attached directly to far Noli. Whatever whatever who manage prints and Alexander? Never mind is a pen. Name of print so prince wrote and produced sugar walls. That's why it's so funky. And that's why song the Black Charts. I'm just reading this and I'm like Yo. These really really turned into a on. This dude really turned into Sherlock homeboy over trying to figure out why song I is so funky and danceable hilarious but Yeah I was doing a whole lot of research on on that. Eighty five ninety one of the things that I was doing too is I was trying to figure out what piece about eighty I five. Could I do because people just don't research that retail gopher ninety five they'll go for two thousand because it's easier doing research on that teddy five is super hard. It super hard and I don't mind doing that because that's the that's the deep into the poor. That's where I reside I can't swim anyway So one of the things I was trying to figure out was early. One thousand nine hundred five. I know for fact run DMC releases their follow follow up album to run DMC which was the legendary King of rock the sophomore album. King of Rock I know what comes out early really early in nineteen eighty five and it's interesting because It took a while Al for run DMC first album to gain steam in in cell and move up the charts and then had a. It's Kinda crossed over. And then the fresh fest happened and then they gain more to gain more It really took off from there right but the thing is that rund. EMC's debut album came out in late March nineteen eighty-four it goals gold December seventeenth nineteen eighty-four after the fresh fast. And all this and all this other stuff and and Graffiti Rock and all these other things happen right so it's insane to think that they put out another album like about a month. After they went gold from the album that they released the previous March so king of rock comes out late January nineteen eighty five. I'm trying to pinpoint exactly when and so I'm going back to old publications and trying to figure it out. When is the king of rock video hit MTV in bt? I'm still trying to still. I'm trying to nail that down because again I have to figure out what I'm trying to get to sell to somebody but if something else comes along and get paid for that then I don't really feel the need to try to sell anything anybody. I'll write at a piece and then put it in my book. Whichever book I I've choose so this is these are the options that I have and then what ends up happening is is like I sit on this research and is like what do I do with it like me figuring out things like March coach Ninth Nineteen Ninety is rat mania van silk? Dj Productions has a his first pay per view event rat mania which happens March Ninth Nineteen Ninety Simultaneously Attain Asli in the Apollo Theater in Harlem and Hollywood palace in Hollywood. You know I find out date to profess griffin search fought over the gas based video in the DEF jam offices. You know figure that out. I find out the first mention of home a tribe coal I left my wallet in El Segundo. I found his article that happened in Newsweek. In March nineteen ninety by Jerry Adler coal wrap rage which ends up becoming like the The cover story in March nineteen ninety and it kind of Validates rap is doing so well and moving up the chart so much it scaring people and people are getting concerned about what that means has has has a racial 's connotation to it is racially tinged is racially charged charged like gambit from the x men only accept it being Connecticut Energy is racial not Rachel Racial official and I find a lot of articles like this you know they started in ninety nine but then they come all the way up through nine hundred eighty nine one thousand nine hundred ninety nine hundred ninety one and they exist when rap music and aren be which is is infused with rap like water this infused with some type of fruit or IP breweries. All infused beer starts taking over and they start looking at the hot one hundred or the dench charts parts or whatever the billboard two hundred and they start seeing a bigger and bigger percentage of it being a certain type of music and it happened in black music like to. There was the stretch between those years. Nineteen eighty four and nineteen Eighty eight wear the black music. Establishment would look at the charts look at the Home Depot. Black music charts the album sales in single sales and they start seeing the the percentage of new Jack Swing or rap Influenced music or just straight up. Rap Song homes or rap albums were taking up more and more of the Black Music Charts and made them uneasy and uncomfortable start being twenty percent then twenty five percent fin thirty thirty three percent then is such creeping up towards forty forty percent and a lot of the mainstays in the staples in the familiar names start disappearing and going off into the adult contemporary charts and then he has a lot of these young people and these new names that they're not familiar with there's always this transition as always this changeover. Change over there's always DC changes and one of the things that I enjoy doing going back and researching and going through those changes and transformations in writing about them. Because I remember them happening. I remember the uneasiness. I remember the changeovers but then when I look and see other people's perspective of it in real time it's it's it's I opening. It's amazing because when you read these articles about people that are on the outside looking in and you could just hear you could just read and just feel the worry and the concern about what's happening happening to the music that I love and then I think about how old the cat talk about HIP HOP OR RAP R&B R&B and is not what I remember a whatever and it's like also you have to keep in mind perspective your not the consumer. You're not the you're not the fan base anymore this music isn't catering to you. The music that was made an eighty eight eighty nine ninety ninety ninety one ninety two ninety three ninety four ninety five they were making it for you the DJ was playing it for you. The radio station was playing it for you. This magazine was made for you. The eds are appealing to you. Your not that person anymore radio. Oh is not trying to buy Ed so you listen to the radio cares you. Listen to the radio they're not trying to attract you. Listen they're not they don't care and that's it's something that you have to come to grips with. And that's something that I have come to grips with and even then I'm like but somebody's leaving money on the table but then you realize when when you get into my space as a writer I look around whom I age is writing about this shit anymore. There's a reason why these these articles rules and this stuff is missing. What's missing because we're not the aim anymore? We're not the concern anymore. We're not even there so we're going to get everything wrong about this space if we DEP dive into it because nobody ever is writing. 'cause they don't think anyone you're reading so why do we need to be accurate. I'm one of those people are really digs gigs. into the why the why the why Another thing about the Y.. And bike me not being able to leave anything alone own and always having to own decompose. Everything something has recently started happening. My Book Walk the Book Dart has gone back into the The top one hundred into alm rat books chart art on Amazon is re entered it so right around on late November. It's sold out so it wasn't available to purchase using one. Click or add to cart on Amazon. And if if you did try to buy it it would send you directly the third party on to third party sellers and it was the weirdest thing it was like that for like three weeks. And typically when that happens Amazon tells you that it's sold out and it will restock on this date will give you a fake date but in we'll update it closer to win. The restock is happening. There was no restock information. It just since you straight to third party and it was really weird during a few stretches. which is those sending you to third parties? My book was still in on top. One hundred but with fallout immediately because there weren't enough couldn't Sustained sales to stay there so I pretty much given up on that happening and I was like I'm losing out on so many sales going into the the holiday season what happens is on December eleventh and twelfth. The restock is finally in and starting December twelve solid. You could buy my book again Ed to cart and dome by one Click Amazon on prime all that but I kind of feared that that delay may the fat three weeks did was down meant did this book is never going to return back to the top one hundred I missed out on a whole lot of sales is going to be like the Tenth Eleventh Week and nobody. Nobody cares really anymore that the time has passed entering the twelfth week the book jumps back into I it was it like one three and I was surprised to the one hundred fifty points to one zero three. I'm like Yo what's crazy. It is one three like just the fact hovering around one hundred is enough for me so I'm like yeah. It was like right after Christmas after Christmas. Pasqua's Mr New Year exp- staying right there right around one hundred drop back down but then it comes back right around one hundred zero five seven when eighteen one sixteen have you. I'm like yeah that's cool. I'm good but then it jumps back into like eighty two. What then it drops down to like one hundred and one my guess Danny Jumps back into like eighty the eight? I'm like yeah that's cool but then dropped down to like one twelve. I'm like you expected that. But then it jumped to seventy three on the first. And I'm like seventy three and Amazon's on Charts Update often times. They update as early as hourly hourly. So you can have this real ill surge of sales but then someone else's Serge's sales like Shea Serrano you know a quest love or I've Kathy Yen Caffeine Doley or anybody. The WHO makes like a like A. I'm never really killed by Russ because Russia's book is on the way up there sophy chains book is all the way up there so their sales aren't really gonNA kill me but somebody who's hovering around fifty fifty or below fifty to seventy five can affect me so they go on sale surge. For whatever reason I'm dropping out of the hot one hundred are the top one hundred but what happened is I'm in the seventies eighties and then when the Update happens. I'm still in the one hundred so this morning I was at numbers seventy nine. And what are January. Second Seventy nine seventy three yesterday. Okay cool that's cool. Then I dropped down own and I'm still like in amid eighty six. I'm like what all right so drop down again. I'm still in the hundreds drop down again. I'm at one on one. So that's like Layton afternoon I figure I'm good for that day. You know what I'm saying. I'm not going into back there but then I go back and I look at like ten ten fifteen pm just for the hell of it and I met ninety one and I'm like how crazy could it be that I start the day in in hot in in the in the top one hundred and I ended in the top one hundred now for those of you who don't understand what this means. It's extremely hard in a world where there are hundreds of thousands of books in your space and millions of books period to have your book in the top one hundred any Amazon category especially one. That didn't have a publicist where you don't have a publicity where you don't have a PR. Aw Publicity agent where you're not being added to any Charts or list. You haven't been written about you. Haven't done a press tour. I haven't appeared at any colleges having appeared in universities. I haven't done MPR. Evan done anybody's podcast. Talk Radio haven't been on. Any radio shows adding mckinney. Made Appearance appearances. France's on T. television. I wrote a book for an independent publisher about ramp and a whole bunch of essays and the book is still selling on an independent publisher. That's insane and it's an as twelfth week and it's January third now. January eighth will officially be the third Mufid us out. They'll be like the thirteenth going into the Fourteenth Week. That has been out because math so just all of that happening is how insane is crazy. And this podcast has already gone over time and it's hilarious because I don't even know what the Hell I'm GonNa call this. Oh and also the last podcast I did about the top. My top five Christmas was the lowest the least listen to A. Aw podcast episode. I've ever done since I started doing this in April Two thousand eighteen. It was twenty second. Two Thousand Eighteen was my first episode doubting his humanity. I did sixty nine episodes of that episode was the least listen to one and I think it also had to do with the fact that I was so busy over the Christmas holiday. I didn't promoted at all but usually I figure if yeah I've been doing this. PODCAST for like over two years people know when the podcast comes out and listen to it. I just figured people didn't like it because it was half as the one idea after Thanksgiving was was half ass and the one I did after Christmas was half as so I I take I take the hit for that But I just know that. The last podcast of this season season four is episodes. Seventy five this episode seventy. Don't know I'm going to call this yet one.

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Sanders vs. Rice  Sleepless Nights | 3

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Sanders vs. Rice Sleepless Nights | 3

"It's October Thirteenth Nineteen ninety-one one at candlestick park in San Francisco Dion. Sanders stands at the goal. Line in the Falcons Jersey awaiting a forty niner kickoff. It's the the third quarter and the crowd is buzzing but it has nothing to do with primetime just moments ago forty nine receiver Jerry Rice Holding a fifty seven yard touchdown pass. The crowd went threes dion nut so much Indians young. NFL L. career seeing rice up close with the ball in the end zone has become an all too familiar sight during their first meeting. In one thousand nine hundred nine John's rookie year Jerry out randy on for one touchdown and burned him one on one for another. The forty niners won that game forty five to three and then beat Dion. John's Falcons again in Atlanta. The Falcons finished nineteen eighty-nine with an awful three and thirteen record. While Jerry's niners finished fourteen into ooh and flattened the DENVER broncos fifty five to ten in the Super Bowl for their second straight world championship. Jerry led the way with three touchdown touchdown catches to help deliver the Games. MVP Trophy to quarterback Joe. Montana Dion watched it all on tv one thousand nine hundred ninety though somehow got worse for prime time. His Falcons secondary against the now two-time champs the first time at candlestick Park San Francisco. Jerry pulled in one hundred seventy one yards worth of catches including a forty two yard touchdown in a dominant forty niners win. Two Games later sold out. Fulton County Stadium in Atlanta Falcons. cornerback not named Dion. Tried taking Jerry. One on one. And the Falcons paid the price. Rice racked up two hundred twenty five yards receiving and five touchdown receptions tying an NFL record India two professional seasons. He's he's now Owen four against Jerry's niners in those games. Jerry has eight eight touchdown catches dion. Meanwhile has picked off just one pass has and hasn't yet found the end zone either on defense or as a return specialist something. He's keenly aware of as he stands a few yards into the end zone. Now awaiting a niner's kickoff over although dion has been an excellent NFL player albeit. For an overall bad falcons defense. He knows that and he makes sure everyone knows that he knows that. He's had eight interceptions in two seasons and returned a couple of them for touchdowns and he also returned punt for a touchdown but still dion has yet to make a pro bowl and now he's wondering when everyone else will realize how great great he actually is and how much money will follow two years ago when he received his first NFL paycheck. Dion fulfilled the childhood. Promise must he made to his mom that one day he'd be so rich that she'd never have to work again. But there's a memory that still haunts him before his mom's mansion action was ready. Dion made a final visit to his old house on Henderson Avenue. In Fort Myers. He saw the scary cemetery he used to run by and late that evening. He couldn't sleep as he heard the sound of rats scratching behind the houses walls. He felt horrible that his mother still had to live that way even for another night. It's been a constant constant reminder that for her sake he cannot ever stop making big money otherwise she could lose the mansion and return to poverty to avoid. That Dion Dionne knows that he must remain in the spotlight and continued to produce on the field that means he needs to keep producing highlights and wins today in this warm breezy October. Nineteen ninety-one game in San Francisco. No one is giving the falcons much of a shot. They entered candlestick as ten and a half point. Underdogs the Falcons are two and three. If they lose any shot the playoffs. We'll start floating away in the bay win with the game tied at twenty twenty in the third quarter. After Jerry's touchdown dion brings in the kickoff at the Falcons goal. Dion knows he needs to his team is shot in the arm right now. Dion John Follows a few blockers then notices Elaine Open Up. He shifts into another gear of empty. Twenty good awarded thirty yards dion. High stepping into the end zone helps US falcons to the surprising win but his personal battle with Jerry. Rice is far from over two years. After the candlestick crowd booed dion for Yanking Jerry's facemask. Dion has a message for them. After the game he tells reporters that I love coming here and beating the forty niners all their fans going to jump right off the bandwagon Jerry. Jerry Rice isn't ready to concede anything to be on Santa's that easily by now you've likely heard about Disney plus the new streaming service that includes Disney Pixar Marvel Star Wars and National Geographic. Traffic Disney plus is now available in the US and it has one of the most incredible libraries in the entire streaming landscape. And it's all at free from beloved classics like Snow. White and the seven dwarfs to modern blockbusters like Captain Marvel and vendors endgame to critically acclaimed documentaries stories like National Geographic's Free Solo. The content on Disney plus is truly unparalleled Disney plus also offers beloved series like the the simpsons and host of originals. Like the man delorean the first ever Star Wars live action series as well as high school musical the musical the series. He's a very Meta take on the beloved film franchise. It's no wonder Disney plus has become one of the most talked about streaming services of twenty nineteen. So nope don't miss out sign up for Disney plus now and start streaming all this great content today uh from wondering I'm Dan Rubenstein and this is sports worse in in the last episode we explored how Jerry Rice who was drafted into the NFL amid a cloud of some doubt over his small. All school competition overcame early failures in the NFL to become a super bowl champion and legitimate superstar we looked at how Dion Sanders Sanders with his. Now show stopping speed and showboating style landed a big NFL contract in his preferred city and made an instant on field impact. But in their much hyped initial encounter dion was ruthlessly. Welcome to the League by the five year veteran rice as we move into the nineteen nineties with both players is coming into their own as stars their little back and forth will become full on battles when they're deeply rooted needs for winning and excellence as for relevance and recognition feel more and more unsatisfied. They each consider a move. That will tie together. Their football legacies forever. This is is episode three sleepless nights. It's Sunday November. Third Nineteen ninety-one Atlanta's Fulton County Stadium. Three weeks after for the Falcons stunned the forty niners in San Francisco. It's an unseasonably cool afternoon. But the Falcons who haven't had a winning season in nearly a decade aid are red hot. They've now won four of six and if they can take this one and sweep the niners for the season. They'll have a rare winning record and shot at the playoffs playoffs. The niners are still favored by five on the road. But the Falcons are out to prove that they're upset and San Francisco was no fluke. The city of Atlanta Lanta somewhat used to their team's disappointing is starting to embrace the Falcons on Atlanta's sideline dion good friend. Mc Hammer is roaming around around in his shades and Maroon suit his new single too legit to quit for good. Reason is a smash hit standing near Hammer a bay area native mind. You is the falcons colorful second year. Head coach Jerry. GLANVILLE WHO's wearing all-black not too far. Away newly-acquired Falcon Receiver. Andre Reisen season is already drawing opponents. Finally Dion thinks I'm surrounded by guys with my sort of swagger. These are my people. Aw On the other side Line Jerry. Rice looks over at MC hammer and rolls his eyes. The Falcons are not Jerry's kind of team. They're not the type of players who hand the ball to the official. After scoring a touchdown. They're not the sort of everyday pros who conservatively fall on bumbler cautiously go down after intercepting a pass ask knelt. These are dudes who showboat in the end zone who unnecessarily try and lateral the ball around after a takeaway like a bunch of careless clowns probably W. why they haven't won a damn thing thinks jerry all sizzle no steak. That lucky win a few weeks ago not happening again. Rice knows knows it's on him to make sure there's no more embarrassment this season for the niners. This is a crossroads for the franchise. They're also foreign four at this point after back to back Super Bowl titles in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight eighty nine. The niners were fourteen into last season but lost to the eventual champion giants in the NFC title game. They're also now a couple years removed from the retirement of former head coach. Bill Walsh mastermind of the franchises. Incredible run also to veteran stars of the one thousand nine hundred forty niner dynasty defensive back Ronnie Lott and running back Roger. Craig left after last year. For the Cross town raiders. The niners legendary legendary quarterback Joe. Montana is now thirty five years old and out for the season with an injury. His replacement is Steve. Young young lefty. WHO's been waiting in the wings long enough to start law? School classes young is talented. But the jury's still out as to whether he can be great so this is Jerry's team now the niners to return to excellence he'll have to lead the way and today the NFL media is largely expecting a big game from Jerry as he looks to exact his and the forty niners revenge. Jerry rises made a career out of blowing against Atlanta Fourteen touchdowns twelve games including five on this field a year ago. It's the first quarter and the forty niners second goal. At the Falcons seven Jerry lines up to the left. He looks across the Line of scrimmage and sees guarding him. One on one. Jerry thinks he's all my as young takes the snap. Dion gets up on Jerry Jackson Rice than breaks free and stutter steps to his right. Got Him Jerry thanks dion is now trailing him by a few steps Jerry then raises his left hand to signal his openness to young and weights throw sanders for Jerry. Rice sparkling supply by Sander's man for man bump and run. He had a look at the control center. It had been a touchdown rice. His pissed a Montana throat would have the easy made it seven. Nothing and I wouldn't have Dion Sanders yapping in my ear this entire time dion. Meanwhile nosy got away with one on the next play. Young is sat. And then the Falcons blocked the forty niner field goal attack. It's a huge stop. The crowd is going bananas. The niners then get the ball back. After a defensive stop of their own near midfield young goes back to throw with dion still covering Jerry man to man again again jerry gets open and this time dion can't recover Jerry Rice soap within Atlanta territory working on Dion Sanders as Sapiro another first later in the quarter young tries Jerry again. I down for the niners. Despite Jerry finding space against Dion it's still scoreless in the second quarter when Dion is matched up with a different forty nine receiver section soups of the San Francisco. Forty the Taliban into the second half the niners still lead the falcons seven. Nothing but now Steve. Young is hurt hurt. And they're down to third string quarterback Steve Bono Bono takes the snap throws to Jerry who's lined up to the left against Diaz second down and five look get all the guys they got to change the plan. Throw the ball quickly over the rice sticks ahead down picks up the first down white over Dion Sanders. The niners have the ball near midfield. Dion is guarding Jerry. Man to man on the left dion quickly pumps jerry off the line but bono throws throws the ball to Jerry Anyway. It's still up in the air to sanders true to character dion and his defensive teammates. Try some extra flash on the interception return and suddenly the home crowd is starting to come alive. It's still seven nothing. When Midway through fourth Atlanta drives to inside the forty niner one yard line in the Georgia Dome is now electric on the sideline? MC Hammer wearing fresh new kicks and pants can barely contain his excitement MC hammer in his latest music video Ludik Dion Sanders and Jerry. Glanville I at ten percent Francisco but then in the final minute of forty nine touchdown makes it. Fourteen ten niners just nine seconds remain. The air has gone out of the stadium. Heads hang on the Falcon sideline. Mc Hammer has fallen quiet. The Falcons have the ball just past midfield. They'll need a hail Mary to win it. The question on everyone's mind. How are the Falcons? Truly too legit to quit. The answer comes when Falcons quarterback Billy Joe Oliver Chuck's one high toward the end zone. The falcons down there. The falcons celebrate as if they just won the Super Bowl the head coach Glanville hugs. Mc Hammer who's pumping his fist. Jerry and the niners look on stunned for the first time since eighty celebrates with Atlanta when the regular season ends the Falcons niners both both finished ten and six but the Falcons win the tiebreaker and qualify for the playoffs over San Francisco. Atlanta isn't done. The Falcons win. They're wild card game. Before falling in the divisional round but a postseason trip is a huge step forward for dion who is also named to his first pro bowl the first east of what looks like many. It's late December. The day after the season sitting at his locker at the forty niners practice facility in Santa Clara. Jerry is overcome or come by a weird empty feeling for the first time in his career. He is in the postseason for many players. This would only be a mild disappoint a setback. Too quickly shrug off for Jerry. Who always holds himself to an almost impossible standard? It's a catastrophe that motivates him. MM to work even harder as the rest of the League. Settles into the off season. It's now almost midnight. Night on December tenth nineteen ninety-three inside and Atlanta Hotel Room Sherry. Rice can't sleep tomorrow. The forty niners are playing the falcons. This and he can't get his mind off the cornerback. He knows he'll see right in front of his face mask all game long Dion Sanders setting aside all the prime time antics. The Limos the entourage Jerry knows how great of a player Dion has become. Jerry's still remembers nineteen ninety-one one two seasons ago when the Falcon Sweat Jerry's Niners Dion had outperformed Jerry and kept him out of the playoffs. Sure the forty niners had the better year or a ninety two. They went a league best fourteen in two before falling to the young arrogant and super talented cowboys. Twenty to ten in the NFC title game at candlestick but that season. Jerry didn't get his shot at revenge at Dion. You see last October Dion. Didn't join the Falcons on their annual trip up to San Francisco as if all pro football ability wasn't enough. He's still giving Major League baseball ago after a couple of years in the Yankees Organization Innovation Dion signed with the local Atlanta Braves. Initially with the promise to shut down his baseball season when football started which was then revised playing both at the same time. So during last year's Falcons visit to California Dion was busy playing in the world series hitting four seventy seventy with two doubles and five stolen bases. Here Jerry was busy gearing up for battle with his teammates and dion was leaving his teammates. Behind Take Limos private jets to baseball stadiums to Jerry. That's just not right. Rice was disappointed last fall. All he wanted his revenge without de on on the field. Jerry and the niners passing attack had free rein rice pulled in a hundred and eighty three yards and two touchdowns including one that went for eighty yards the niners vaporized Atlanta fifty. Six seventeen dion had been in uniform for the rematch last November and right there on Monday night football. The niners dismantled the Falcons again. This time forty one two three but in that game dion made life hard for Jerry who only caught four passes for forty five yards this year. Is Jerry's chance for revenge in his hotel room. A few months later in Nineteen ninety-three Jerry now visualizes lining up against dion most defensive backs. He knows he can beat on one. Move Jerry Studies all the cornerbacks her back tendencies and catalogs them in his head. He knows how to beat them. Dion though is an extraordinary case. He's so fast that it requires extra effort effort a double or triple move just to get by. Jerry stays up all night thinking about it. Little does rice now on this night and on every other evening. Before the two of ever gone head-to-head Dion lays awake as well knowing he has to face Jerry Rice all week Diaz been watching game film. Jerry running routes He's been practicing the footwork he'll need to defend Jerry's moves and tonight he's obsessively replaying in his mind the moment four years ago when Jerry toasted did him man to man for an easy touchdown late the next afternoon at the Georgia Dome. More than sixty. Four Thousand Falcons Falcons fans are going on. Today's game will have a major effect on each team's chances. Moving forward for the forty niners a victory here would improve their record to ten and three that would put them two and a half games ahead of Dallas for Homefield advantage throughout the playoffs last year. The forty niners couldn't beat the cowboys had home in candlestick so winning in Dallas would be that much harder. For Dionne in the Falcons after starting the season Owen Five. They've have now won five of seven if they can beat the forty niners. They'll have at least a shot at the playoffs on the first play from scrimmage dion is covering Jerry man to man. Jerry looks at young WHO's barking out signals out of the corner of his eye. Jerry sees a black glove extend toward him. This is odd Jerry thinks until it registers dion is offering jerry. A handshake rice is floor. He thinks this guy serious does dion on actually expect me to shake his hand right here right now. Who is he trying to get in my head? 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His best is to get Jerry Rice's head the niners first drive of the game goes deep into Falcon territory on the right side. Jerry is being covered one on one by Dion but with plenty plenty of cushion. Jerry knows Steve Young can put the ball in the right spot. This one's ending in the end zone young goes back to throw around the ten yard. Line Jerry cuts to the middle and gains inside position. Dion tells himself just back-off Bait young len think Jerry's open young sees Jerry free three and launches the ball. Jerry sees the spiral coming at him. He can now practically smell the touchdown Jerry starts to get a hand on it but at the last pass Moment Dion Beats Jerry to the ball picks it off. Primetime is immediately tackled. Then spikes the ball in celebration when the niners. There's get the ball back. Jerry is looking for payback inside. The forty nine or twenty young fines is number one target heading across the middle with dion closely trailing rice. Catch the ball moving left and then quickly pivots and spins back right completely. Faking out dion on another play Jerry shakes dion one on one and catches an easy toss from young for a nice game. Jerry's on a roll now. Dion meanwhile is steaming. He's got to pay. He thinks rice can't interest. Be running around gaining easy yards with no consequences. I've got to send a message. Once again jerry catches a short pass from young with Atlanta playing in a soft zone own Jerry spins and fakes out a defender then heads upfield and POW. He gets hit hard. Jerry looks up and looming above him. Is Dion on his bell. Still Ringing Jerry shakes it off and thanks okay. Now it's on. This dude is one hundred and sixty five pounds if he wears all his stupid jewelry around his neck. He's not getting another. Look like that ever on me. It's the second half and the niners leads seventeen. Seven Jerry is still matched up against dion rice then explodes off the line but dion is right with Jerry every step of the way sanders. This is nothing speed on speed off the top Alice. Chicken into high gear. Jerry wanted White Line of scrimmage ball to the could not have been thrown better young touchdown run gives the niners commanding twenty four to seven lead heading into the fourth. But to Rice's horror the niners crumble after multiple turnovers on special teams and several Atlanta Atlanta scores including rising touchdown. The Falcons now lead twenty seven twenty four. Just twenty eight seconds. Remain the niners. Have the final shot. Jerry knows the ball is coming his way. The Problem Sodas everyone in the stadium especially beyond young then throws a pass the sideline to Jerry. Dion sees it the whole time jumps in front and intercepts it. He thumps his chest and celebration as the Isis. The game for the Falcons. Jerry is disgusted and now there's no doubt who can claim the edge in this matchup. Even sportscenter makes a ruling twenty seven twenty four. The Falcons win at really was dion over rice. Jerry had six catches one hundred five yards sanders picked off a pair of passes edge to the neon man had its February. Sixth Nineteen ninety-four Honolulu Hawaii Jerry. Jerry Rice is surrounded by gorgeous beaches palm trees crystal blue water. It's the type of setting people work all year to enjoy peace and quiet but the the inside of Jerry's mind is no heavenly paradise. It's more like a Kramden malfunctioning. New York City subway car for the eighth straight year. He's here for the NFL NFL pro bowl. Most players. See this as a vacation but not Jerry. nope he's here to work. It's been two agonizing weeks since the forty niners were eliminated again by the cocky trash-talking cowboys. This time. The forty niners were beat down in front of sixty five thousand thousand rowdy cowboy fans thirty eight to twenty one and worst of all yet again. The niners had no one to slow down the tall physical Keflavik wideouts of the cowboys. Who went on to win their second straight Super Bowl so here in Hawaii Jerry's already obsessing over next season? He's thirty thirty one still in his prime. But Jerry knows the cowboys aren't going anywhere and could spoil the back half of his hall of fame career if he can't find a way to beat them mm-hmm as sap the cowboys. Stars quarterback Troy Aikman League. MVP Emmett Smith and unstoppable receiver. Michael Irvin are all in their twenties in the heart of if they're primes even more their crafty owner. Jerry Jones is always angling and conniving to make new moves to improve the team the niners meanwhile aren't getting any younger anger. If something big doesn't change Jerry knows the niners slide toward a relevance will only speed up. Jerry's blood is also boiling oiling. About a magazine article he recently read it ranked him Jerry Rice as the NFL's third-best receiver behind Shannon Sharpe and Michael Irvin third third. Best Rice. Thanks are you kidding. Making matters worse both guys are here laughing it up around the pool with the League's other stars. Jerry is sulking when he spots a relaxed and happy looking Irvine. Jerry calmly approaches him and says hey I want you to know I'm already training for next year. Ervine Ervin just chuckles. He's hardly one to worry about work when there's a party to enjoy this just makes rice even more upset a couple of months later. Diane is wearing a green suit decorated with dollar signs and riding on a bus packed with beautiful women. Who are his backup? Dancers is on tour promoting his upcoming rap album titled what Else Primetime with Major League Baseball on strike. Dion has plenty of free time. Some might say say too much free time. And he's trying to make the most of it dion off the field opportunities have been skyrocketing lately unlike Jerry Dion has a wide variety of endorsements like the two million dollar deal. He just signed to be a spokesperson for Sega's video games after his tour Dion faces a decision Asia for the first time in his career. He's an unrestricted free agent. He can pretty much go anywhere he wants in the League. The reason he's happy to look around is after some late season hoped the falcons once again slips then lost their final three games. They finished sixth and ten the same record. They finished swift in nineteen ninety-two Glanville was fired. Soon after for a while now dion had a voice in his head telling him you're going nowhere with the Falcons and you need a bigger brighter spotlight for all his superb. Play Dion Teams Beside that one playoff appearance ninety one have been losers and losing isn't good for legacies or hall of fame prospects so dion joined by MC Hammer embarks on another tour to find a new NFL home. He flies all over the place including to Miami New Orleans and Kansas City. Walking through some airport. At this point it's all a blur dion cell cell phone rings. It's Nike asking where he'll be playing next year. He tells them man. I'm going to Miami Dion then calls star Miami quarterback Dan Marino he says. Hey Dan it's me primetime telling you I'm all in Miami. Tell those guys I really WanNa play down there. Let's make it happen. Moreno tells him love to have you here. Prime I'll see what I can do more than anything. Dion knows that head coach. Don Shula's dolphins are a winning franchise. Plus Dion would be close to home and he could fish. A lot of favorite hobby of his Marino agrees to restructure his dolphins contract to fit dion under the league salary cap but when Dion. Here's Miami's offer. It's still way too. Low Dion offended New Orleans then offers dion four years seventeen million dollar deal his best offer yet it would make him the second highest paid defensive player in Football Dion decides to keep his options open. He travels to Kansas City. But veep gets the feeling that some of the chiefs players don't really want them there meanwhile the NFL's preseason ends and Dionne remains unsigned. It's now September fifth candlestick park for the forty niners regular season opener on Monday night. Football Jerry Rice takes the field two touchdowns Shyam Jim Brown's all-time record for good measure. You catch US three walk. Well what do you think that is a good Jimmy Brown it but Jerry right but Jerry still isn't satisfied with anything short of winning it all. He needs to be not just the best player but the best player on the best team again. It's why he worked like crazy all off season long and reported to training camp early like always in week to the niners travel to Kansas City. The chiefs chiefs quarterback is none other than Joe Montana who left San Francisco after the nineteen ninety-two season. He's now thirty eight years old and in his final. NFL All season. Jerry was devastated when Montana left it was as though the franchise had given up on Moses Montana throws two touchdowns as the chiefs win win even worse. Richard Dent. The forty niners top pass. rusher goes down with an injury just two weeks in Jerry's goal of a super bowl already starting to look look bleak meanwhile dion sanders remains unsigned. But that wouldn't last long and the unfolding news surrounding fate would soon grip Jerry. The niners in the entire. NFL in the next episode Dion makes his big free agency decision. 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851: All The Money I've Earned (and Spent) In My Lifetime by Jacob Wade with Budgets Are Sexy on Finance Tracking

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851: All The Money I've Earned (and Spent) In My Lifetime by Jacob Wade with Budgets Are Sexy on Finance Tracking

"This is optimal finance daily episode. Eight fifty one all the money I've earned and spent in my lifetime by Jacob Wade with budgets are sexy dot com. And I am your host and narrator of the show. Dan, welcome to a brand new week here at optimal finance daily. I read you hear each weekday from some of the best personal finance blogs on the planet and before we get going today. I wanna thank send pro online from Pitney Bowes. Save time and money, no matter what you ship or male with the send pro online software prince shipping. Labels and stamps. Right. From your desk and access discounted rates for as low as four ninety nine a month. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit PB dot com slash finance. That's PB dot com slash finance for now. Let's get right to our post as we start, optimizing your life. All the money, I've earned and spent in my lifetime by Jacob Wade with budgets are sexy dot com. At twenty seven years old. I have now hit the eleven year, Mark in my working career. I have had almost a dozen jobs nowhere near Jay money's thirty plus jobs and have slowly worked my way up to a passable salary at a job. I enjoy as someone who wants blue through one hundred thousand dollars in two short years. I've always been curious as to how much money I've wasted in my lifetime. It's a tough pill to swallow looking back at my spending blur, and not even knowing where thirty five thousand dollars of it went, what if I took my entire lifetime to see how much money has passed through my hands scary? Let's start from the beginning. I was a kid from the eighties, which meant my parents, listen to a lot of MC hammer and Paula Abdul, what does that have to do with money? Well, MC hammer blew through a lot more money than I did also can't ever get that one. Paula Abdul song out of my head. You know the one with the line straight up. Now tell me anyways. So I was born in the eighties. And like any good grandparent did back. Then they gifted me some savings bonds like one hundred dollars. Or something? So that was basically it for the first five years of my life, unless you count, stuffed animals, and Bing, as his money in that case, I was rich spending none, unless you count cashing. My cuteness checks five years, old, one hundred dollars. Once I was old enough to realize the value of money, I started getting some again from the grandparents in my birthday cards, I would get five dollars every birthday from at least three grandparents. So that's fifteen dollars per year until about age ten. I also started receiving an allowance of about a dollar a week. So another three hundred twenty five dollars pass through my hands in those five years, spending, most of my spending included baseball cards, candy, arcade games, but I always had a little saved for a rainy day, ten years old four hundred twenty five dollars at age ten I was starting to pull, my weight around the house, not that kind of wait. I worked my butt off and deserves some compensation for my labor. I mean seriously. Have you ever mop the kitchen floor with just vinegar torture? For my efforts. The parental would drop five dollars here, ten dollars there, I would guess I earned a few hundred over the course of the next five years. Add on top of that the average of about fifty dollars per birthday, and I was probably at a good five hundred dollars. I also started working in the summers doing odd jobs, I earned about a thousand dollars cold hard under the table cash. Don't tell the IRS spending through middle school and high school. My money went towards food, tasty school French fries and movies. Because what else is there for a team to spend money on fifteen years old one thousand nine hundred twenty five dollars at fifteen? I was still doing some odd jobs, but was much too busy with marching band care. Yeah. I was the coolest kid in my school ironed. Maybe another five hundred dollars but I hit the goldmine at age sixteen when I landed my first job at a retail grocery store. Chiching earning a cool. Six fifty an hour. I was really raking in the dough at age eighteen I got my one hundred thousand dollars to blow through and got a job at radio shack. By the way, you can learn more about that hundred thousand dollars by searching for an article called how I blew through one hundred thousand dollars before I turned twenty one it's at I heart budgets dot net. By the time I hit twenty I was almost broke again. Crazy. Now I can get into more exact figures because the kind folks at the social security administration. Keep track of my income for me spending, you can just read through that post on blowing one hundred K to find out where my priorities were so much potential wasted twenty years old, one hundred thirty two thousand five hundred dollars. Wow. That was quite a jump at age twenty I decided to quit work, and go to school fulltime I got my audio degree, what is that anyway and picked up a job installing very high end home theaters from a company called definitive, audio mostly, I got stuck in the crawlspaces to run wires for eight hours a day. So I started job searching pretty quickly. I then worked my way into my current company. I worked there for a year, and then split to get married and move out of state, while my wife finished school. I moved back after. She graduated. And we were Dink's double income, no kids. I also got promoted by the time I was twenty five I had received the rest of my inheritance as well. Spending getting married at age twenty two and reading a Dave Ramsey book where the catalysts getting my money in order pretty quickly. We've paid off a ton of debt over twenty four thousand dollars worth started rocking a sweet budget and save money while living on only fourteen dollars, an hour, we then bought a house and had a kid which absorbed, the remainder of our money. I then got a few more promotions and worked my way into my current position. Oh, and I became a tax professional part time and started a blog that brought in some cash, so here it is drum roll, please twenty seven years old, six hundred one thousand six hundred dollars. O M G. I have let well over a half million dollars pass through my hands. And my net worth is less than fifteen percent of that number around fifty five thousand while. Well, I'm going to go cry myself to sleep, and then drown my sorrows and bacon what my life could have been like. Let's say I took the advice of J money and did things like max out my 4._0._1._K and have a sexy budget along, what if I went crazy and invested fifty percent of my income throughout my last eleven years of money-making, what the numbers look like to handle your money. Well from the beginning if I invested fifty percent two thousand two hundred seventy three thousand dollars a month for eleven years at eight percent. My net worth would be four hundred ninety four thousand eight hundred thirty two dollars and fifty cents. The lesson that is almost ten times, my current net worth, I would probably have a paid for house. Tons of tax sheltered investments and would be well, on my way to financial independence, I could have cut my working career in half or less. If I had my head on straight about how to handle money. This is serious. If you don't handle your money with care count, every dollar that passes through your hands with the budget, and invest early and often, you may end up realizing that you have wasted a half million dollars as well. How much money has passed through your hands in your lifetime? You just listened to the post titled all the money, I've earned and spent in my lifetime by Jacob Wade with budgets are sexy dot com. And he writes, over at, I heart budgets dot net's. You can find more from him there, and we do recommend tracking your income and expenses. Even if you just do it for thirty days, you can come check out our post about that in our blog at old, podcast dot com, and you don't need to waste any more time waiting in line to send mail and packages with send pro online from Pitney Bowes. 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Episode 23-9 Hammer Time!

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

1:15:11 hr | 3 weeks ago

Episode 23-9 Hammer Time!

"Hit. TV. Stop Emerton. Welcome to rhythm and PIXELS video game podcast. This episode nine in podcast World Twenty-three. At twenty three dash nine and in real episode numbers I. Don't Know Anymore I've lost track. My Name is Rob Nichols. beat is so big. My beat is so bad. On every week we listen to great video game music and we find a topic, and we listened to tracks based on that topic from all consoles from all generations from the past to the present. We have a good time doing it Cornell. What the last time you play pop music was the last time. The arcade was opened. Honestly probably before that, which is funny, because I technically do own pop music in this house, I could play it right now. It's just it's not the same. Because the last time a concert happened wasn't like two thousand eight, if not sooner and then beyond that I. As he may be a little after maybe two thousand to two thousand eleven. Anyway, aside from Matt is also the fact that. I like going to the Arcada like the sounds and the sensations of being there and being part of that crowd, but playing at home doesn't feel as fun anymore. Despite the fact that the game is definitely still fun and lastly. Mind community out there to ask rip all the latest version of the game. You can play them on. The run it. Need to update mine, which is something I might do? I think it would work on that one that I lent you. That's possible try. A try because I think it does a lot of stuff. Maybe I'll give it a shot. Find the run the maybe an image online somewhere. Maybe ISOS yeah some weird nefarious means that we probably shouldn't talk about in public. So in the the DDR world, there's a player named Chris, Cheek. Who is the probably the best in the world? At DDR but. He made professional. But like he still competes in the whatever the cup or whatever it is the economy. All Star event every year and he's I think he won the last one. And he didn't win the last two, but like he's so he's incredibly, but he was also really really good at it. G Like stupid good and for the past five days he went back and tried to one hundred percent every single song in that game. Because no one's ever one hundred percent at one specifically one song in that game ever that's been out since two, thousand, seven or two thousand eight. He should just started with the one that no one's ever done and then worked back I. Think it was just like he had to give himself a whole lot of time. I don't know why he gave himself five days, but it just within five days. He did like I can't even get close to one hundred percent on these songs, even the easy ones just to get people in people aren't familiar to no one. Hundred percent is perfect rhythm. And accuracy right? Yeah, that's that's the idea it's. In DDR all perfect or marvelous in it. It's fantastic, so it's within twelve milliseconds of each note. And so he finally did it on. It's called. VERTEX squared, and it is. Hard I think one of the person who's done it and it's contested that he actually did do it. With me like I wish, I were better at those games because I do play like pump and. which for the record, the timing and pump of isn't as strict as. Well only, if you you play in competition mode, which you could, it is stricter than DDR. Looking at like right now. I play in like just a default game mood which is loose. Soup, even being loose like. When I play, it is either one or the other, either. I can't pass a song pretty much. Get a perfect and like I almost never miss a step. And I pretty much. Get it on perfect beat every time. It's just if I can't do a section. It tanks me, but if I can do a second I'm pretty much nailing it all. Yeah, exactly it's either all or nothing for me I get that to part of part of the train the. Train myself was to. Liquefy screw up a pattern that I don't get flustered in. Lose it entirely. I just try to pick back up where it left off, and that's a really hard skulled alarm because it's like Reading a sentence, and then suddenly, the language changes in just trying to get right back into it. or in the case of like nine hundred language changing, it'd be like a sentence where the grammar all. Word is improperly used nearly. I don't know I can't flow at this anymore. What do I do and you always stopped trying to pick up with? The word was supposed to be before moving on. Sometimes, we read the entire sentence with the proper word to sort of flow properly. None of horrible effect. Crap stock the word believe it or not doing the show of gotten better. Because like. The testimony on it might be just a general type I'm like why don't want to break the floor. I was I was reading the I was listening to re listening to our last episode was our our Patriot episode the sounds of summer if you're paying attention. To our listeners. And Yeah. You're so much better at reading out loud than I am. It's amazing. I always get like stuck. You know and you're just you. Put Your own spin on it. You've got your like your flow, you know. I think of it as almost like. It's not voice acting, but it's the same skill that would be used in voice acting where you get your giving. Here's a bunch characters. The reading like okay I gotta get his personality posted this voice and they put this voice. Once upon a time, you know who? Say That what we're practicing is any kind of art, but we're practicing something. Speaking. Yeah? We're practicing speak. All right, let's let's move. On so, we usually have a prequel episode that comes out for a Patriot listeners. This week is a little different. Because we ended up talking about some other stuff that we didn't record, said that be some other time. And because of that things got a little late. So now we are starting with the topic and the topic was I. don't know how it got on her list, but it is hammer time stop. Every time you listen to rhythm and it sold. Choose a cool topic in here with Flo. Tracks come out over and over again. The listen to listen listen. I'm putting putting on that but. Mercy. Like! It's so I just like I was just a joke, or did someone bring it up I always when I come up with topics, it's usually brought on by something obscure have come across in the day or like, for example I. Don't remember why came up with this anymore, but I wouldn't be surprised with something stupid like Oh crap I gotta. Put this up on the wall here. You'll get to do wait a minute. Ever. That's a toughie. Topic I can do hammer music. This past weekend we watched a movie with Dean. ratcliff called guns Akimbo had heard of this I am not a topic. It's crazy. It's on a crazy action movie where he's He is in like a kind of a a a rollerblade narrow bit Blade runner situation where there's like a its current day, but like there's like a weird underground fight club on the Internet where people are trying to kill each other for money. and. He's A. He's an Internet troll. Daniel Radcliffe is and so he's like he hates violence, and so he's like trolling everybody on that thing, and so they come in. They get them and they actually. Snail attached guns on his hands. and He. Wakes, up. To forty force them into this kind of blood sport game, but it's super, but anyway at the end there's a whole sequence where this The hero in quotes is fighting the bad guy in quotes, because not everyone screen this movie. With Hammers and he plays MC Hammer. Time. Weird coincidence. Guyq, Hey It's super violent, still kinda funny, but hold lot of blood. Can we use your song? Think is it just mirrors outside of Harry? Potter is Daniel Radcliffe entire like film and Broadway Repertoire. Wild and crazy, does it? Is We all we? We start after that? We started looking up again like everything that he's done. He's done some really interesting stuff I feel like he came out of this. Child Acting GIG. It to rise above being this one character, and he just chooses all of these weird interesting roles, and just pizzas must seem like a cool guy like this sounds like fun. Let's just do that. You know, and just does it. He does a whole movie replays a corpse. See I could see that being really entertaining like weekend at Bernie's, but from the perspective of Bernie now I never I haven't washed. They've Christie. Watchdog I away. It's called Swiss. Army man, and there's a guy who stranded on an island and the corpse of Daniel Radcliffe. He was somebody else rose up, and then the guy's going crazy with hunger in hallucinate said he's talking to him and becomes best friends with US dead person who just? And he doesn't talk as far here's. He's full of of. The supposedly really like. Like sad in heartwarming at the same time, but it's just a crazy guy dying on an island talking to a corpse. Whose Daniel Wreck Dana rackliff, yeah, and Marie watching a miracle workers which was on I, think it was on TNT and that's amazing Steve. SHAMISEN IT! It's so funny. You like that, too. That's another weird like. Like Weird fantasy type things so weird. That's been my thing. I'm a big Fan. I become a huge fan of shows that are getting like philosophical concepts things that we may not necessarily understand, but we have general concepts of you. All up like immediately one weekend. It took me to sit good. I was like I knew a newest started watching that it would be just be done. It's Zozo. Don't know what else spoiling it the concert up. Is a world where people developed the technology to Upload Jerks, consciousness and onto a server, and the server houses of variety of different afterwards these after lives are like IMOs essentially yeah. There forever owned by Corporation. So before you die, you ought to get uploaded, and then you go and your digital consciousness lives on the server. And the show involves a person who goes there. And then the people who work for the company then runs the server where his afterlife house. Carbon cost to be there. The costs of like the data center so the family has to have money, and if you don't have the money, then you're just like in limbo and. Like what does that say about morality? If not everybody has, the has the right to live there. So like hearing it as we're describing it, if you're not into that kind of thing, I can see you going. Oh Jesus heavy. MELWORK. Headdresses. Definitely, definitely in it. But. It's a comedy is a comedy drama with this element and I think comedy is the best way to portray these premises, because while you might say, some might claim it to be a disservice to the topic matter subject matter. I say it makes it easier to digest. Yes, bring in, you can laugh, and then you can think it's like a black. Mirror as much as I love that, and it's very very good I have to be. Ready for it you know like. My bike, I have to be prepared, but it's going to be wrapped up in a comedy drama. Then then I can do that. Like Amanda, some of those plotlines from black ear, move on with a humorous spin, and begun most of most of them, no matter of a couple of them. Someone! Bag is the is all about the writer they I. Think they all could be. The question is how well land, but they could be written a comedy since the question is what we're. Going to work for them, you're now. Let's get back to this hammer time. This is an odd episode, so we're starting with you and I'm I'm curious as to what tracks I'm I'm sure there's some tracks sparked off the idea for Hammerton my right. No actually. This sparked in fact one of them which I will get to you later well I'll talk about it when I get the but this first one is asking you know what? This was the first track they came to mind when all the topic. Just because I like the game and I was playing it back then not playing anymore, and that game is Edward crossing new horizon really now. I gave that bad boy up though I still have a whole Atma hearts hang onto. It swatted sold it, but I should have sold it when I had the chance because we're like thirty bucks on the market. and. But PRAC-? Title is called Ten am, and it was composed by cosmic to Tuck. Welcome back. You're listening to ten am from the game. Animal Crossing New Horizons on the Nintendo switch composed by Kozumi Taco. I don't particularly believe it plays at ten am because I hear it more often than that him, but that's what is called. I'm sticking to it. I love this truck. It sounds so. Funky, it's just it's not so full. It's got so much soul like a really specific like. Like groove you know is music you can do chores to with is funny because of what you're doing in the game to chores chores, but that music is a good way to kind of keep your moving and flowing to it. But why does it actually fit this topic well? Yeah, tell me from this telling you. How does how does doing chores and animal crossing? Well, it's only start right now right now. You'll get. Hurt. An animal, crossing new horizons they decided to add a new mechanic to the game. That mechanic, being diy construction, so you can build a build it yourself to bench in the can get to the desk, and you can construct things with things a lot of things, and you do so by getting down to business 'cause every time you pick ingredients and stuff and youtube to build the episode animated when you're like you're hammering sawing. You're getting out of the business and then you built the product. Funny in his own right, because when the game I got announced, and now we have diy, you could build things that sounds pretty cool. You could build stuff, but then it clicks for me after I had the game, which is it just extends the game because now you have to get materials to create the stuff that you used to buy a store right so. Makes everything. Take longer. Now your tools breaks had to get the parts to build them. Again is just getting a new tool to build the tool. It's so weird, but it works for people because animal crossing has pulled some of the largest switch game clocks I have ever seen. From people who otherwise blow play games, and while I have heard people say. Oh it's only like this. Because because the back dabs lockdown so I had nothing else to do with play Animal I. Beg to differ I. Feel like if you weren't lot Bam. You just be squeezing any wherever you could. Happen later. But ultimately you were going to put this much time in animal crossing, because it had you, but with his hooks hooked you right and. Hooked me to like if I look at my switch in order by Adna, based on number of hours played animal. Crossing is my second most played game on the system behind pokemon silver. And as a person who tells you okay, animal crossing the game. We do chores for hours. I'm not coming from a place of hate again. Second most played game on the console. I only like five hundred games. This is the second most played. It's just I. Feel like you did what you were set out to do. And you're okay. That's great as great. And what happened was like I came this close to selling it towards the last of too because. I was running a promo. Get Bonus Credit, or which would've put me like sixty or sixty five percent of the total value back for the game. Two three months as a pretty decent return on my brother, but. I couldn't part with it I just. I had trouble letting go despite the fact that I don't know ever GonNa. Plating you because now they issue with animal crossing is is built around the idea that you go in every day and say hi to your neighbors do yet. Remove weeds from the ground. Shake down trees all this stuff, but when you're gone for time, weeds grow Trent you. Town becomes to shovel roaches. Show up your townsfolk. Get angry at you for being gone for too long. They literally say where were you? We'd been missing you. You ever feel like. We created the Tamagotchi. And then. Like people as a people we created the Tamagotchi and then we never got past that look like we never like. We can be never got over the the idea that you wanted to care for something digital. Oh! It's funny. You say that because I am also Roy. Well guess we're recording now. Neck on Tuesday the day before this episode comes out and Massey reviewing a game. That is literally. It's a dungeon crawling RPG dungeon, crawling roll like RPG, but the hook is that you're to post apocalyptic environment, which in this present day might be tougher to stomach. A Hook on this game is that you're a robot? whose comes across like the last human? Also foot the by the illness that took out humanity. So you are trying to raise this human and keep them safe and a toxic environment. How do you do that? You built a terrarium. House the human any. How do you track the human statistics and current situation? You come across a Tomah Gottschee. I am neither making that up the pet nanny, but as lilly atomic achy, which then repurpose. To function but the track the human. So you remember where you play Tamagotchi and had a little bit. Disney upper left corner like yes, how hungry! It is! uh-huh crap at poop. Poop turds always thing on the screen. It does all of it is literally atomic ci in the lower left corner of the screen that tracks the humans brought. It's ridiculous, but it works. It legit really works I see. People like the idea of raising digital things. I don't understand this humans are weird. You might say might be some. I'm not big on kids and stuff like that or pets. Whatever doesn't matter. Does it. Matter digital raising Sims transcend all that. People like to raise digital things. Poke abide. Animal people. I didn't. Think. It's a little deeper than that where it's like people, they they. They WanNa have something more to care for, and so they just create it. Generally that's what it is. It works so let's I. Want to continue to talk about something a little existential. Because we can't have a an episode about hammers without talking about one specific game. And his call getting over it. With is not whack-a-mole with Bennett Fati. Dino getting over it now, but I'm going to ask you about when we come back yet or heard of this, so this is the main theme it plays throughout the game as a few other tracks on place throughout the game and all we know is that it's composed, or it's composed by the group ease Jamie Jams, which I believe is like a production house. That produces maybe just. series of music. That is licensed, free, four, other and other projects. Oh come at the company that did the music for Laura. Thunder are lilo terrible graphic. Maybe maybe I was really hard Jeez Music Cheesy, but this is eased Jamie jams I couldn't exactly find. who was involved with that? Maybe someone can help with that, but this track is called soul and mind I'm picking this on first because it kind of. Goes along with this. This animal crossing track pretty well, so it was pretty jazzy. Harry Solan mind from getting over it with Bennett Fati For. Bird. Food! That was soul in mind from ease Jamie. Jams from the game getting over it with Bennett Body. You can find that on PC. So Cornell Bennett body was the creator of the game crop, and he is a game designer who is obsessed with difficult games. Is probably the king of the King of funny, but like eventually you start to get kind of obsessed doing well so getting over. It is kind of a play on words right, so you are a man. Inside of a coldren wait wait wait wait wait. I'm I'm a May. You Are you I'm? WAIT WAIT WAIT! I'm I'm mean yeah. So so you don't have legs. You're just your your upper torso sitting out of the culture, and you have a giant hammer on a stick. And all you can do is swinging around. It hoped to propel yourself forward over this mountains. You're trying to get the hammer through, but you're throwing yourself. Yeah, you're. It's like you're grabbing grappling onto it, and then in an arc, and then sort of like pulling yourself around, but the the physics are unforgiving. The obstacles are constantly in the way. One slight move will throw you back. And you will lose hours of progress. There's checkpoints points. There's no state games anytime. You make significant loss of Progress Bennett body actually has a voiceover and tells you just quotes about that. You should up about how life is meaningless. About how it's okay to stop, so it's all about getting over that feeling in trying to get to the ad and he writes on his website. Getting over it with Bennett fighting I created this game for certain kind of person to hurt them period. That Qantas like those games are free. I hope I wouldn't pay I. Forgot Getting I didn't look it up. During the song. Five dollars about paying five bucks for that gives the Games on steam. It's five bucks, but crop other stuff is is like the free old school Flash Games they've all been translated html five, but not this one. This. This one really caused quite a stir about three years ago because. It's just it's. It's enraging, but I think that. I think you share some of this. Some of this ethos in gaming that you like the challenge because overcoming that challenge. Makes it all worth it. That is very true though I will say this as an addendum to that statement. If the game itself is not fun despite the challenge beating you down. It still feels like a waste of time and I haven't played this, so I don't know if you have to. Find it a waste of time. That's the killer. Brutally was that game like? Base, the Massacre Games are using platformer base is artists. Brutally difficult. I WanNa be the guy that kind of stuff but this. Kind of. Player, who only believes in challenge for the sake of having a challenge. And there's something to that like I. Am with it, and also not with it at the same time. I need to have a really clean. Like game loop that feels kind of like progression, but still feels good like I could play. Enter the gun for hours. Now make any progress. But like could still giving me something different every time I play. This game is not the scheme has just. You spent I spent four hours. made it very very far. Maybe you're even close to the end you make one false move, and you're nearly back at the beginning, but that's why a lot of like present day rogue likes which entered a dungeon Internet, a gun is one such game. While allow those games work because what they do, is they give you the same general sense of you know I. May I play for forty minutes? Got Your bottom and fail. Over again with a loop, the doing that not just the loop. It's what they do with the loop, so you play gun Jin run through. You might find those little like those weird chips like those green chips that you can take back to the hub to buy new things that could show up in the actual dungeons proper. You might find a guy that you can then Alaka A. Utility in the main hub. There's always something small that you can bring back. That makes you feel like you progress even the little. Despite the fact that for the game proper. You still have to go back to the start, but it's not quite the start. The game is describing earlier. This a rogue like but the thing that changes it makes a little bit better than ever you leave or die. You go back to the main hub, but as you're constructing furniture for the good for the girl or something like that every time you build something small stat bunk to your. or You can create things that make the change the potential change, the probability of stuff appearing in the dungeons so ultimately. Yeah, you're doing things that can affect the game. You can only do those right by failing. The game loop it it's it's saying that starting over from the beginning is is what? Makes it feel like progress? Still this game's trips all that away and says No. There is something it just you hit. Starting at just rots until you decide to stop. There apparently. There isn't ending to it, and then it asks you at the very end if you're if you're streaming. And if you say you're not, it actually takes you to a chat room, a live chat room with other people that have completed the game. A private space other people that have finished it. To people to share yet, right? There's like no one there, but anyway. That's what those interesting to learn more about this game I really liked the chill with jazz felt. Felt right, you know. I believe I agree. Yeah, so, what's your? What's your next track? Well, here's a track. Ask a lot more light. In customer game. Where the lupus ozone. Good! Oh yes. Opposite of getting over I'm sure there's a lot. This is job tune five. The game fantasy life for the INTENDO DS and is composed by Nobuo. Frankly. Think. Track. Record. I. Welcome back you're listening to job. Tuned five from the game. Fancy light on a Nintendo DS composed by Nobuo as you hit, it might be. Three D. S. actually. I'm sorry. Noble? We matsen. Fantasy life. Is a game that consumed my life my life. For a very interesting period of time. I was obsessed with. A mad doe. Sh as the currency of the game is. across a variety of jobs game works as you play a fancy world designed by level five. and. I don't remember the specifics of why you do this, but you take on a variety of different professions like actual job proficient. And you take on quests within the game's world to become best in that profession. And there's like fifteen different jobs in the game all. For the most most of them are normal jobs, but some of them are like actual like RPG jobs like a wizard fighters. There's also chef. Taylor blacksmith fishermen. Not Far, but chemist is chemist. Bunch of different jobs. And as you play the game digitally like normal questing stuff, you play enemies and use a special attack and all that stuff. You also had performed the actual job for the the classic. They all kind of run around the same many game concept where you're at a table. And there's like three different stations. Man and each station require the different type of button com press style might be rotating, stick or mash the button quickly or keeping a dial within a certain range or something like that, and you have to go through this for a certain period of time until you're dumped building the thing you're trying to make, and of course depending on how you do, the quality of the product in your chart makes up both equipping for yourself, giving to France of making use it, and then selling property or giving it to customers. All, the music you're playing. Music, you're playing from games that just sound like work. And that's the funny thing about this game. This unlike animal crossing for me anyway. Felt in gauging like it did the thing that I was tossing did. Whatever you made stuff? It led towards something else so. If, the Taylor I can construct backpack. When I make the backpack. It increases my storage space and I want to build it. To use it. Not to just throw them. Floors had built that thing. What's next. Admit there are certain things you will build because you know part of your catalog, and you'll have a better source, and it's never going to build seven wax with one of my favorite blacksmith, and the Taylor and the chef. Jobs in the game. You'll build stuff that you don't need because you privately better at that. When, but you still want to fill up your catalog seeking class your character, you can get to the Max level, class. So you'll still do the job despite not using the product. But it's fun. Especially when the right job to think there's like relaxing job to which is. Now you're building good stuff you got this. World's like holy crap. You're going to spill. Something and I remember what it is now it's it's called. The infernal Gallop and the computers need composers name as a shock. And it is the can't cancel dad. I can hear Summit Yeh. Can here in the Stanford. ME money get up and move. Its. Because since the game has you moving back and forth trying to beat the clock to build this product? You're moving and your Komo. Hit April Mash Smash. It's it's it gets you. It's so it's such a fun game. I maxed out three of the job. I really you contentedly. Max on every, but what I did over one hundred hours, don't Gosh. Yes, it! was that good at. The plant multi with a couple of friends in the mail taper off, but I kept going okay. Here's a here's a game, right? That is so on the news. I don't know if you know about it because it reminds me a lot of com- Berry going on. It's called in Harry. Hamlin Harry I do actually. Ugly any s cover. Your Hammer and I want to say look it up when you play the track, but I wanNA say hammer and hero is a sequel to handwritten Harry so this there's a bunch of them in Japan. Is a short series of these. Games are so weird. It's a platformer and you have a giant Hammer. Your construction worker your Dj. You're a diver. All sorts of weird things, but in this one. This is the game boy version. It's called Hamrin Harry the Ghost Building Company. where Hammer and Harry's friend or girlfriend, or some other characters kidnapped by ghosts who are also construction workers. Balloons I listened I, listened to a lot of the Hammer Harry like arcade music and the music and it's it's good. The gameboy music is incredible. Like I have not heard good gameboy music like this awhile, it classic. Music, this is all composed by e Cuckoo, me Maury, and this is track number one from hammer and Harry the ghost building company. You're listening to track number one game, Hammer and Harry Ghost, building company. This is composed by Echo Maury. For the Gameboy and I just learned something about this. What's up? So apparently. This was this was made by the same Comey Mate Ninja Baseball Batman. Cameo posters of hammer and Harry game. They're both from the company developed by the company Iran I R E M. It's very weird. It's very Japanese takes place and kind of like a weird fantasy type world that. Is is is Japan small Japanese town. With weird ghost goes. Bad guys and you hit them with a giant Hammer, and you can collect bigger hammers, and you use the hammer to like swing against like like balls on chains and stuff to kind of move things around. It looks like part like there's part puzzle platforming to visits, really interesting the arcade version. Anyway any s version they really scaled back the graphics and made it just sort of like a really basic. Platformer, not a whole lot of the extra stuff yard. Eight had the Gameboy version is still scaled back, but the graphics look incredible like there's so much better than that. Yes, the looks closer to the realized. Our Arts of the Arcade version. So that's really cool, and this music is excellent like it really takes advantage of the Stereo of as little sound effects. They're using as percussion. That's going left and right. It's really interesting. So I wanted to. Share that because it's just hammer and Harry. He's running around giant. Carpenter but he can be so much more. Yeah, if this is. If anyone is going to have hammer time, hammer and Harry is the hammer time literal hammer time he's. He's right there with you, I mentioned earlier by a few Seo type things like I want to experience. This is atlas. Do Release the final game in the in the franchise isn't GonNa America for the PSP. This is called Hammer Hero. It's available. You can play. On the PS P That is interesting that they want to revive this. This'll this'll character. Eight Games. Surprised he's not in smash brothers. Just too many cares that there should be smash brothers again is probably the back of that list I would love to. Go Him on. Will be good. I'll be happy to. Be. Going even better if you could switch between busy bismarck. Episode of that of characters. We would like a fighting game or Their you write it down. Shipping smashed right down in the list. Despite the fact that smash has like one hundred characters now, these are still should be smashed. I did similar to another topic. I haven't lost games. We would like to see come back. Ours the I feel like those are some of the more fun does allow thousand hammering. Harry's already up there, so we got that covered. All Right? What's your? What's your next track? So. This one is some prising fine, but it won't get to the dialogue by having the second. Introduce itself game. itself is called. Dale Moss. And it's track title is captain, Malibu's theme and is composed Baio, Chiro coming. Welcome back. You're listening to Captain morale-boosting from the game weapons shop. What's? Come for the Nintendo three DS components Baio Chiro Comic on fact about this game actually is the fact that I bought it when it originally came out in two thousand fourteen men, and forgotten owned it, and then was gonNA choose tracks for the episode and it was like Oh. Here's a game involving a blacksmith. Wait a man in the street. Leaving million I went to my three Ds gone through. It was Oh only play. So Pie booted up for the first time. In twenty twenty display owner gets to the for. My life with video games, but it's Ashley Still Kind of enjoyable at fun time playing. It's very different. From what games usually are a actually forging weapons? Yes or playing? The role of a blacksmith runs a shop or out of the shop owner of a blast Smith. and. You are working under. The tutelage of the blacksmith is supposed to be making the weapons in shop and he ain't doing me. So what happens is the time kind of progresses. In real time. There's no ashes clock on. A day-night cycle in the upper right corner, but for the most part times progressing people were coming into the shop both MTC, characters and actual like. Hero characters that would be an RPG. They're all coming your shop to buy weapons to go on adventure. With the ultimate goal, being that one of them is going to eventually have to fight the evil Lord when he's resurrected in defeat him. When? They do it by having great merchandise soul to them by great blacksmith, and you have to ask you craft. Weapons were infused the weapons with elemental properties, and then give them weapons befitting their stats and preferences, so you might come across like a little like A. Tiny, like girl who like his group with karate bladed weapons. You give her a sigh, because she's better able to handle that you could give sword, which is also good for slash damage, but in the end she won't be able to properly go on an adventure, and she'll die or she'll lose out. They tell us they just lose and they come back or as. NBC's definitely dom okay. And if that happens, you don't get your weapon. BET because they're only renting the weapons from you. Venture. Rental. Renting your weapons and the garnered adventure they bring the weapon back. They pay you for the weapon. And then you can really lend it out to another customer, but then you have to pass the weapon and get it back up to snuff so as I see effective again reminds that one board game. I like a lot you own. Hero, Bars like I have like three games now that involve slipping weapons including one. We've never play called MANAFORT. When you're! You're in shop and you're selling weapons to bargain bargain, bargain quest. Yeah, and. Because we played that one I love that game, but it's. Like. You're not concerned about how well? The players are going to do how well the characters are going to be fighting. The Monster you care about is selling as much crap as you can. Over funny thing is like colonel, Barton, question. This game has an element boss more so you WANNA care because. Pardon quite well, but this game you want them to succeed because you want to get your stuff back, so you don't have to spend the money to recruit new gear and you can lend to customers that come in because eventually you know overflow customers. You've got to control the flow. Barden quest though it totally varies on the customer like. That one customer, who is like the ARISTOCRAT who was like? Wash with money. Yeah, what? He has terrible stats and he's like. No no reason going out there fighting a monster, but he's got tons of money, so you're like. Yes. I'm basically like sell them as much as you can. On his first visit because you know, he's going to die when you. Feel, but there's other characters that they might give you more benefits if they come back. She's worth getting them out there. Satan comeback and spend more money, so those are. Usually comes back to it's that classic thing and like some games where you're like you're winning. You know that you're winning. So you're trying to force the end game condition, so you're having your trying to help. The the characters beat the monsters. He can get to the end faster because you know that you're already ahead. That's a good strategy. I'm this forty called. Me To honestly I'm getting to that point where I might try. To Go. See Mark this week even. Amass want wherever I need to play something for a Luma crap. Yeah thinking I'm thinking. I was thinking I've been thinking about that, but we just haven't had a lot of energy. Recently too hot because. It's probably going to be outside, so it needs to be a cooler time. I agree. Written Sauna days all right, so you know I'm I'm GONNA I'm. GonNa go into my my final track. Is from the game so caliber? And this is another character that wields a massive camera. This is the theme of Astor off. And Lizard Man. And Lizard me. But definitely asked her off as the guy that we're talking about. This is called bread from the gap. You're back. You're listening to red from the gap from the game soul caliber. This is the theme of Astor Ross. And visited man and Lizard Me The name of the show. You can't just like cut it short. Then Liz. Share State. No asked her out. He's he has a roommate is what it is. Composed by Yoshihiko Yano find this near cade and it was on the dreamcast I think it was also on the playstation two. I went so caliber I came out I was always a to D fighter guy but I got into this game pretty hard core just because the competitive nature of the is really interesting to me. Every the. I felt like Three D. Games up to this point weren't they didn't feel fair. You know they're just kind of random. But. To me anyway, that's how it felt this game. It felt like the strategy involves so interesting, and they're all the characters, and all the different fighting styles was so cool. Yeah I just use so petitjean jumped. Slash the whole time I get lucky, so astronaut was really popular because he was really big, heavy hidden character who was kind of easy to play, was he the Boston, the first one. I think so yeah, so there's like a cult in the game. Or in the in the Lore of the game, and they create a gallon. Of Astor off to go out and locate the soul edge, the the fabled weapon that gives them ultimate power. You know well whatever you know finding finding. Kim Stories Go. But they keep bringing back. And eventually he I think he gained sense, and he wants the blade to consume it so that he can be all powerful, but. He wants to eat disorder. I, don't remember it Lizard Man I. Don't remember Lizard Man at all. But Astros has definitely carried through the series from iterating iteration. Because this is terrifying, he's huge half of one half of this giant thing as a hammer, the other half giant axe. Years Cool. He is really really cool and the music. You can tell that those strings are synthesized. But it works really well like Amer. Hero, he's not. He's not the hammering hero no. He need him hammering. Harry should have been fighting. ASTROTURF or maybe astor off hammering Harry. Right he could have been the sole caliber to place playstation representative. We missed. They missed the boat in this, and then so so hammered Harry dies and a Colt who is craving the soul edge. Revive Hammering Harry to be there Ghalem as astro. Astro hairy. That's how rough yeah. But then you fast. He wants to go back to this smashing and doing construction works. Of gives the whole thing. I'm like screw this. The astor astor off the IRA so it doesn't pay the bills I can get back to work. The entire mission. So they kidnap his girlfriend, and then he has to. Do it anyway. So get got honorable honorable mention to a classic game. It's not a classic game, but it's made to look like a classic game and that is fixed Felix. Oh. Yeah frigging record, yeah I actually I. Looked up hammering. Harry I was like Oh. That's right. Fix it Felix. A hammer ran around. The ever made official. Fix It. Felix game did the in private like a promo like. They did it was like. Yes. I'm real small like that like. I think they did one for the little candy. RUSH WHATEVER SUGAR RUSH! Racing Game Cart Racer which is funny, because that game is literally Mario, it is. It is absolutely just Mario. Kart Arcade. I guess thinking about fix it. Felix is also partly It's like a combination of crazy climber and donkey Kong. Yeah Yeah, absolutely! Definitely Donkey Kong definitely. All right I'M GONNA turn this terrifying down and we're going to get into the bodus route bonus round. The bonus round is where we play covers and remixes an arrangements on our theme. Which did you find? That fits our theme. Well, speaking of donkey, Kong, of course I had to pick the hammer theme from the Oh. The little og hammer theme is the hammer theme from dot, com, really or jump man as it were So, what does this track? It is the eight bit upgrade to the hammer thing. For the Game Dog Co.. Composed or remixing arranged by zero. With an axe because that's how cool kids do. That was my old DJ name as right as handle DD DDR name to. I ran into that recently. I see that Oh. I saw some old scores. I have my Alma tag on it. I was like okay. That's right. Proud about that. took. Food. I love that track would. It loops, but it doesn't matter loops in a way that rule. It's really good. I really liked that I loved it. It's again it's. Eight bit upgrade to the hammer theme from Donkey Kong composed or arranged by zero, and for those who are familiar, one hundred percent, while you should be now because you heard it at the beginning of the track, but. The Hammer theme is a very very fast and very short minimal loop. And this guy took that loop and turn it into two minutes of excellence gets. I loved it. I listened to a multiple times as I found it. And hopefully you like to. The artist's name. The Arranger is Edmund Zero where Edmund Zero. And mainly a lot of youtube in twitch playing Tekken. and some he. Some wrapped into some lyrics of his own, so my name is donkey Kong in God but I mean clearly he's got to get back attractive. Hasn't it really pushed anything for family tracker like this in about eight or nine years? So maybe he was just sort of dabbling in it, but I like this. I really enjoyed this. This is dabbling holy yes. All right so. Going back to characters, giant hammers. We gotta talk about any rose from. Yes, bench fire. As, right replan my sweet passion. The theme of Amy rose from Sonic adventure for the dreamcast. This is by Nikki Grigoris. Venture. Took lucky. Myself. Dan, feelings up. Payment. Thanks. Don't worry. Awesome free to do what? Awesome. took. season. Two. Take. We're back. That was my. Passion the theme of Ambrose Pro side Kid venture for the Sega dreamcast, and that was by Nikki Grigorov. I asked he never to the name of that I only. Fire by down the first thing that pops in like in a game while you're playing it, but man music music of Sonic. Adventures is so over the top. So it's it's a little much, but I love the based on track. That's just so so funky. It's really hard finding. REMIXES? And other anything else related to the theme of Amy Rose Online, because you're always going to end up with sonic fan fiction. Or music videos of like kiss from a rose by seal, but with like. But like edited with Sonic and Amy and maybe shadow hedgehog it's. That's also a little much, you know. I remake your workforce. I respect that that's what they're into, but it's not what I'm looking for, and there's so much of it out there that it's just destroy the Sonic Seo. Yeah Michigan accomplish. That was the goal. For them right? For more information on the sonic part of our show Goto rhythm and PIXELS DOT COM, we have links to the artist's bank camps and sound clouds, and were you can buy the music and support artists. Alright thanks for joining us on Episode Twenty Three Dash of Rhythm in pixels. Hammer time. Hammer time stop. We got sledge hammers. With Peter Gabriel we have ball pene hammers. I think it's helping hammers. I'm going to look that up. That doesn't sound right. sledgehammers Hammer Hammers if C. Hammer. DMC, Hammer's yeah bullpen hammer. Yeah, OKAY COOL! mallets. Cudgels Gosh. That's my favorite one so far. Jobs. Yeah, so, if you just like the, send us your favorite types of hammers We will absolutely play them on the show. Pick ax restaurant across my. What was getting over it with Bennett, said giant pickaxe. Especial honorable mention goes to the rock climbing hammers of the ice climbers. Were lost. The now's the time until smash. Brothers resurrected them, yeah! Whatever date failure had the one game on ESPN all of a sudden narrow popo back. People, using like wildfire people love nine Popo which is. She's is the pope didn't think people like. Yeah Right. Ananta. Police? Grapes. The granny police. Pretty crazy topic. We're going to have some more think this whole month is GonNa be some wacky topics. Yeah. I think we're just GONNA, do only wacky topics for this. Come up with more of them. Think outside the box. There are some guests we're going. GonNa have soon as well. Some ones that you've been talking to. I think we have to get back in touch with some other ones that have been suggested in our facebook group rhythm in pixels chat that we need to reach out to and kind of coordinate that so. Yeah. Maybe now's a great time for maybe now's not a great time for it I. Don't know. Find out we'll find out. A little hint to is. A certain someone posted Karaoke in the wrong group. This? A little little flavor of. It was pretty rats, so it made. It made me feel nostalgic for some more so. You might get back to that, but. If you have any suggestions for the show any topics. Music tracks I WANNA say hello. 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Introducing - Sklarbro Country - The Virus Pods

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Introducing - Sklarbro Country - The Virus Pods

"Starving guys welcome to the show. Randy sklar here. I'm Jason sklar where the SKLAR brothers in. This is. Our daily podcast. Our new venture that is called scarborough country the virus episodes or the pandemic PAS. I don't know what do you like better by like two guys. One couch all right. We are distant socially safely. Although this is about the distance we were in the womb. The you know. What's interesting about this pandemic I will say if I'm looking at what's interesting about this panda one thing. That's interesting about the Pentagon. Then we'll tell you why we're doing this podcast but go ahead the thing. That's interesting for me Silver lining if I had to find one And there are many. There's too many to count Is that I don't have over linings right now are like toilet paper. They're everywhere they're everywhere. Everyone's gotta easily accessible. So I People are hoarding them. I don't have to touch randy skin now. I don't R- often do this in my lifetime. I could maybe count on one a bare hand the amount of times. I've touched skin-to-skin on my brother and I will say that when I touch randy skin it feels like you know how when you fall asleep on your arm and then take a little bit then. It goes dead. You get dead armed ed arm. It does not feel like your arm. You see banging against the wall a couple of times just to get the feeling back in. Why would you ever bang anyone's someone else's you're banging someone else like an? Why would you do that? You're just trying to pull yourself back. Okay it's like touching randy's like touching my own cold dead self dead self. Yeah let's it so Pandemic has made it socially acceptable to not even have to do that. Ever so thank you all right the way glad. That's out of the way but the reason we're doing this podcast is that we like you are trying to make our way through this crazy. New Normal of a world. We looked out there and we saw that. Nobody is doing a podcast. We said look. This is fertile ground. It's wide open. No what we wanted to do was give you a break because we're looking forward in our days and looking for it in our times a break some sort of a a thirty minutes a day not that much you might put the air pods in the headphones in and walk around. Walk outside for thirty minutes and just give yourself a respite from the news. We're going to post the video of this on Youtube. You can watch us. You can see where we are hunkered down in a bunker. This is our T. is my basement. Does our take on the world as we see it every day and we want to give you a little something every day to make you laugh. Give you a little escape because there. Aren't that many escapes anymore. No there are no escapes. The only escape rooms rep and that is scary and sad We'll talk about the world. Is we see it as we're moving through it we'll give you some recommendations of things to watch things to listen to. We're not going to tell you to do it. No but we'll recommend it's harshly if I cough at all and I've caught a few times. I doubt herself in Piero. He's going to drink it. Randy is convinced. I have the virus. I'm not so sure. Yeah well let's talk about the fact that there are no sports so this this is something that is how you cope. And I'm not coping well and the way I'm trying to I guess cope is that I am watching old games in their entirety as air presented to me on television. Not Youtube no on television. Not even teams that I care about are like the other day I watched nineteen seventy-nine cubs versus phillies. The twenty three to twenty two game rose Pete Rose Bengal. You know he had skin in that game He did have skin in that game He the way he slammed the ball down from first base when he bounced the ball. The cubs fans booed him. Here's the thing that I was taken by when I was watching this crowd here. The Arrow his hair was unbelievable. Like a hair helmet. It looked like like they were both baseball's yes space. It was a space ball does helmet so what. I was taken by. When when they pan to shots of the crowd yeah. Nobody was wearing cubs gear. No not one person. It was middle of summer. They were all wearing jeeves and no shirts so g glades is there so hot. They can't habitat circa by the way. Do not know that shorts were an option. Nineteen seventy had shorts in seventy nine. Th the truth matter. Is that like jeans of any sort it honestly. It looked like it could have been a concert. Genes did not. It did not look like a coalition jeans on tells me that you are willing to be hot for whatever you're doing shirt off tells me you don't care what the public thinks right but jeans on says you care what someone thinks and let me say in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine hundred seventy the nobody. Nobody worked out. Yeah no one known. No he worked out. People were thin but they were not in shape. There's a difference between drink more back then. It was nobody was fascinating. I watched that I watched a bunch of other games. I watched the ninety two. I was watching the Fab five and watch their tournament Ron. I watched the University of Michigan. One thousand nine hundred eighty nine. Men's basketball team in their semifinal win against Illinois to get into the championship game against Seton Hall mazing and what was amazing to me. Is that no one had tattoos. No-one no-one took three point shot. No yeah like eight three-pointers that's it. That's it a cup like the three point line with something that people knew there was something that people knew about but didn't really they didn't realize hey every down we could get three. Yeah we get three points instead of that we can get one and a half amount of points every time from art getting what he did analytics at all so was fascinating interesting to see how that was but it was it because it. It transports me to another era right. So I'm not thinking about what's going on now actually thinking about what life was like back then and simple and beautiful. That's right that's right. So that's we're going to try and provide with this podcast and talk about what you guys do and you can tweet us at squad brothers and you can ask. Us questions. We'll try to answer those. You can give us suggestions tells things that you're watching. You're enjoying somebody sent us. This was so funny. The show beyond belief where it it feels like a Ripley's believe it or not type shows that show is Ripley's believe it or not know beyond belief is just little past what we couldn't fully tap them yes and so there's someone slowed down what the guy was. The host was saying now. This is an old bit that they did on. Jimmy Kimmel allot drunk. Bush I think Bush is slowed down. What this guy was saying and it sound sound you mean. It sounds like a lot of questions at the beginning to get you into each episode. And they strung them together. Each of those question have ever seen a poem or every few truck. Stop Fun yet. Hilarious so I recommend that. Check that out. These are fun things to do and take your mind. We are hoping that this podcast starts with a few people and those people share it with other people were even willing to take some people sharing and don't listen to it and carry it to another person and you share and then suddenly there are. It's it multiplies. Virus Way. Really and people will then understand that this podcast then takes over. What everybody is doing cant even contain it? It's like the movie outbreak which I don't know if you know. Their marketing plan was put in One Theater. And then see what happens. See what happens and then you saw what happened. Three thousand theaters after the third weekend. These are scary times. I'M NOT GONNA LIE. I'm I I feel nervous a lot I do. I have had a cough and everyone around me is like you're you're dead. You're dead at Milwaukee Hill. Everyone around you. That's that's you should not be hearing that from your six year old daughter regular basis. She tells it like it is. She does like her she. She cut through the clutter. So my thing is I drove over to. Randy's house to do this and against Governor Gavin newsome's direction. I don't even know who that guy is. and as. I was driving every time I'm on the road I had to drive to the to my rite aid store. Which is my explain. Your see your rite aid store. People don't know this. It's the right up on Fairfax in sunset. And a Lotta Times. You'll go there after we're done doing. Stand up sets at the IMPROV conduct. You've got to pick up a subscription. That's the best time to go and simultaneously the worst freaks. Come out at night. Is it terrifying play? I will say that on a regular week weeknight. At after ten PM you're right. Eight looks like the apocalypse is upon us. Yeah I'm like Vampires. Two of you is. That hasn't rained for weeks and two of you have galoshes on it's crazy place now nightdress for the season now. The place fits everybody in there. You're like you're looking at the guy who is basically wearing a trash bag for pants and you're like can I get a pair of those. Can I get a pair of those? What are we doing this now? Are we doing this? Is this happening? That's what your ass so so I was heading down anytime. I see anyone driving on their own. Like what's this asshole doing? What do you got to be out for? But then you're out I'm the one who's you're actually out to So yeah I go in there and I can't stop the anytime I go into a rite aid I or drugstore. I think about the bit that we did with Ryan stickler on our podcast that we revitalized on his podcast. The Honeydew Yup which was a story on people town about a guy who came in asking for where the cheese was where they kept a cheese. Which by the way if you're shopping for cheese at a rite aid a CVS or walgreens and you walk in there. You're not doing it right. You're doing it wrong and number two. They have a right to be terrified. People started running into the back just because the guy was asking for cheese. That's serial killer behavior and we are layers cheese the right and then we were trying to figure out. Where would it? So where is the cheese at your writing cheese? Myra is right by the vacuum bags. And the cough drops. So it's not by the coffee and the greeting cards. Why would it be by that? Because it makes sense. Some people would think it's by the box wind lawn chairs but it's not by not it would not be nowhere near the razor blades in the right guard. No No. It's not near the Halloween decorations and the foam. It's not near the loose leaf paper and the it's not near any of that. Don't make me laugh. So it's not near loosely paper. The Ace manages your same at and it's nowhere near the Ham royd queen cream and the swiffer. Wet Ones No okay. It's not near the batteries in the crutches. Thank God you can't put them by the batteries in the crutches. How about the hairdryers and the The palm aid. It's not near that. It's not there that it's not near the pantyhose. Indicate cats okay. Stop asking me that I find I can't stop doing that bit when I'm in there But I made it through there and I made it over here and I am struck by. It is a weird Post-apocalyptic feeling nobody's out and the people that are out there was suspicion. Yeah I'm like what are you? What are you what are you? Why are you not listening? Well you know they have podcast to do. We had a podcast. Because then if you say that and I'm GonNa be like okay all right I understand. It's all right. It's all right. Well you know. I know you saw the video of the people down on spring break. I mean the the fact that there are people who are the the fact that there were people and this was video shot recently Atta Hookah Bar. You like sharing UCA's sharing who because like now is like having sex with hookers without condoms. I mean you're fine. None of sharing the dice showed no no sharing. Uca's I I wouldn't have shared a hookah in one thousand nine hundred pre nine eleven. I wouldn't have shared a hookah. No I would not have shared a hookah in ninety eight share literally that would this taking me back to those times like it. Like if you're someone who's a hookah share I don't know if we can be friends period pandemic or not. This is this pandemic is for you. Well across what? I what I was appointed your saying this. This corona virus is ruining my spring break. I mean there which I get so I get it. So across the Board Randy across the board people are upset about that was when I was sure. Sure they're really post apocalyptic. Obviously people are upset that they can't connect with other people any more people are losing lots of money. People are getting bored and they are losing. We're losing tons of money are live performances are how we survive? I mean this is like a bad time to realize. Oh we're in the business of gathering people in a tight space to try and make them laugh. Yeah that's what we signed up to do. That's something that's maybe not the best choice. Take into account the global pandemic of infectious diseases that needed to be fought so everyone is upset about it. I was trying to think and I think this could be an interesting topic for our first episode. And you guys tweeted us what you think trying to think of what people what group of people were individual people who is happy that this are there people that are happy well and and I thought about the thing we did. We did a piece for tbs we directed and wrote a little piece that Pignataro star starting. She's so it was who of cubs fans who were happy that the cubs who was unhappy when the cubs won the world series and broke two thousand sixteen and broke the curse. There had to be at least one figured out who that person was. That was Steve Bartman fictitious sister Eve Bartman. Yes who had made a cottage industry out of making merchandise. That made fun of her brother. Steve Bright Shiny. God created Adam and Eve. Not Adam and Steve Bartman like she had twenty thousand adult diapers with Steve's face on it that said the phrase accidents will happen so she that she now had to eat. Couldn't download the you can't get rid of those at this time when everyone so happy whenever let him off so who are the people that are happy that this because there are some that are happy? And we'll get to those people right after this break. Hey guys welcome back to the show squad. Brothers here we're still alive. Still live recording from my randy's basement And we are going to do a daily podcast and I hope you guys enjoy the scarborough country the virus pot apps or the pandemic pods. What do you guys think two guys win couch still gonNA pandemic pods damage? Someone on twitter said sounded like Pam Mimic to which we then said. I'll reach out and touch you. Even in the face of a global pandemic PAM to which Pam Mimic responded and liked it. Now we didn't add her. She's just to sweeps. She's doing searches ever named searches of her name. Those who don't know Pam minic is a Rodeo announcer that we learn about doing our show. Cheap seats Sheila by the way feel free to start a campaign to get cheap seats. Yeah why just tweet at. Espn say where is cheap? We want a marathon of old. Cheap seats episodes. GotTa get that trending. Let's do it man. I think we can do it. Now is the time to do it. So so panic look like an adult version of a child. Beauty pageants she said adult. Jon Benet Ramsey. That's going too far but then never made it in the show no She was in a d. We said she's an adult child. Beauty Pag star Star Star. And she did she really. Did she have the cowboy hat on and the Kata Mak- smiled lot? Yeah so panic and we wrote a lot of poetry to her about Pam. I spread the ball around to all fields. East Bay the ball around to all fields. Like Tony Gwynn ICK PAM mayonnaise. Unlike Ted Kennedy. I would never take you to Chappaquiddick. Pam Men Mimic so she then found out that we were doing this and then she just hopped on board became a fan. I love this much. Respect for Pam Minute So before we had the break we we were trying to talk about. Who would be happy that this awful global pandemic does that whole dot com? There's GonNa be some people so my first thought and we talked about this on our other podcast view from the cheap seats. The Houston Astros. Yeah that's a group of people that I think are happy that this came along the moment that came along. They may not be happy but they're not mad. Altuve as dancing right now and not letting someone ripa shirt off because he has a buzzer underneath. He's excited because and I know where you're going with this Jay. Then they suddenly. Let's say the baseball season starts five months from now? Look we get like a very short. Maybe forty games YEP FIFTY Games. Let's say it starts in August and we get the month of August and the month of September and they play every day and we got some of the neighborhood of fifty five games or something like that. Okay Yeah so. Third of the season approximately And they get up. Fifty fifty and fifty is on. What is it? Fifty fifty five fifty five is one sixty five in their one hundred sixty two. How does that math not add up? It's three more than the actual fuzzy math. So the point is that if they were to do that and guys got back and played even if they're playing non in front of fans but the sport is back and people can watch it and people are happy about it. Are they really going to be throwing at the? Astros heads like we were expecting at the beginning of April by the end of March. Guys were vilified. Yeah these guys were vilified. They were thought to be a group of people that messed with America's pastime that cheated in a way that ruined the innocence of the game. I guess that had come back since. Steroids ruined the innocence. So that now people are like if you throw at the Astros had the NBA Patty. Yeah come on look at that. We glad we are bad baseball bat. We've made it through a pandemic you're gonna now throat my head because of this and suddenly they have a leg to stand on. You know it's almost like thank you. Thank you cove in nineteen. You gave us You gave us relief so one of the things so we've been trying to figure out what are things we can watch. We'll wait. Let me add one more person to who I only happy that because I want to talk about your mic millions though. I will one more thing that I'm hoping that I think people who's happy. This abbey every Wednesday. Yeah the wigner who I'm we'RE GOING TO GIVE DAVID. Spade credit credit saw him at the Walker and called him Walker Texas Ranger Fan de spayed. Feel free to call him that. By the way David Spe will be on David Spade. Show lights out. He's going to do like a sequestered skype in panel that we're going to do on Wednesday march twenty fifth. So watch us on that. Hey so Yeah so I think Weinstein wine seat attic. 'cause yes he's going away to prison and that doesn't change anything and that sucks but he is not being spoken about in weight like we'd be spending a lot of time talking about Harvey Weinstein Right now right. So he kind of slips and the way off the hook not off the hook but he's not in the light and so what that got me starting to think of and this will be a viewing recommendation. Do you guys is the documentary on. Hbo If don't have HBO. Maybe I'll just if you don't know what. Hbo IS OKAY. So Hbo Documentaries did a thing called millions which is a huge fan of nate McMillan. Let's nate former coach of the. That's the layer for the Seattle Supersonics not make millions. Portland's coach Nate McMillan's nate McMillan. Yup make millions is the documentary. They made about how the McDonald's monopoly game was compromised by the mob in Florida and like a Jewish guy so funchal Jerry Uncle Jerry. And there's another jerry like from the mob and those guys got together huge. Jerry's. I'm not going to give it away. 'cause I don't WanNa see it but is it. Is it better than the documentary King of Kong? It's I would almost put it in the same ballpark because the characters are the people in. It are like soap. Meticulous like the FBI guy who wants to go undercover and start this whole to. It's so great gripped. Everyone is perfect. Yeah and what I love about it. What was fascinating about? It is the time that they caught. Everyone in the case came to light. Everyone's outrage was boiling too was at a report of August. Two thousand one. Yeah August two thousand one. So the F. B. I spent all this time. Yup they were digging into this case and then suddenly they're like now it's over. We gotta do real. I guess work. I GUESS WE CAN'T BE. I can't as we can't be filling up our file books with Mick Ribs right that's done that's over because now we gotta deal with people now aren't exactly and finding out using FBI for that. So in that vein. The Astros are happy astor off while. Rv Monson is happy. I can't really think of anyone else. Who's a deplorable human being right now? Mark Kelly maybe our Kelly the heat's off him Logan Paul. Some of the heat's off him I don't know I. It just does kind of feel like how many influencers are going to like. Go around and start touching people in public play. You know what I mean that video. That's a Logan Paul video waiting to happen. Go for Bro. I come at us on this couch. Bro. Yeah we're right here. There's a spot in between us that we're not GonNa let you sit on Bro. Come get get get out from under their on. Our eight thousand Bro. Come on Bro. That's our that for those who don't know. Sorrows Ryan Raiders. Fan Horizon Raiders. Vans to do a new a nuance and his brother. Chewy NUUANU on Cami and their son damaged shared. They have a son named Kenny Junior. Can now there is no one in the name of Allah Name Senior? They call them Kenny Junior. Both these guys are over. Four hundred pound kid is twelve pounds and they've worn flip flops to a funeral. Get it out from there. Hey Get die helped. Lift the casket bull. Hey put on the kettle chips. And let's lift up that casket broke on Bra. Come on Bro. Raiders are on our bro Gruden designer. All he's knocking would come on Bro So you know for me this this this period of time does wash away some of those things that happened before because there is a feeling of this unlike. I've ever had over anything else where it is. There is life before this thing started. There is life after and those things will never be the same again. We're going to become a nation of Howie Mandel. We're going to become a not not even American I right. We're going to become a nation of Howard. Hughes's I hope I was thinking about that. Just people germophobic Lee isolating isolated in our own. Little airplane hangars. The Simpsons did it so well with Mr Burns feet in Kleenex. Susan Kleenex Boxes. That we've used. That is what we are going to become the crazy thing. Is You just right now? It's the beginning so we almost don't even know the severity of everything. And maybe you know maybe maybe things accelerate at a rate that we don't even understand and they find ways to I with accident. I mean I would love for what we're doing right now to feel like ridiculous. A quaint absurd thing right. Nothing would make me happier than for us. Look like fools for doing this right now. But we're here for you and we're going to be here answering all the questions you have Talking about the things you want to talk about. I WanNa talk about before we get out of here before we get out of here. This first episode music and or songs to listen to during the pandemic and music and or songs on tidal alone are inappropriate for pandemic lessons. I think something that's appropriate. Don't stand so close to me. You go there you go. I think an edict some. That's inappropriate touch me by the doors or I touch myself. Yeah appropriate. You can do that. I would say a lot of it just pure L. Afterwards and before before you touch anything else any surface I I would say that. Not In a pandemic appropriate. Can't touch this not appropriate too legit to quit which I mean. He wasn't too legit to quit. He was not. You can't make a statement like that you can't start hanging out with the Falcons team that never wanNA super that's right and say we're all too legit to quit your your stink. That's right. Mc Hammer on those people what other what other songs are appropriate and non approach. I mean I don't know okay. I want to hear your songs reach out and touch someone. That's one he can't do chow doesn't want his. That's an old. At and T. Song Song reach out and touch someone that came from a song. No it didn't. It did not all right. I don't know all right. Let's hear yours Favourite pandemic songs. I'll say that I'm going to give you an album to listen to. That is really beautiful and really cool. it's called the neon skyline and the artist is called. His name is Andy Shelf S. H. A. U. F. Canadian beautiful voice very lifetime. Any kind of Paul. Simon very layered thoughtful music. He did a whole album about going down to his local bar and everything that surrounds that in him with a losing girlfriend and all that stuff and and relationships and it's it's just beautiful all homes. We can't do anymore. Yup going down to your local bar so check that out and on skyline and I will say this for many years and for I would say for. Decades people made fun of Brian Wilson. For the way he lived he may be the guy that we're all looking to. He's the most prepared for it. Outbreak like cove in nineteen. Yup Brian Wilson put a sandbox in your living room. And then hide under your covers. Put us in your ears if you can every week hopefully will walk with you in moments of quiet solitude and in the moments where you see only one set of footsteps just know were podcasting for you and that's when we carried you. We're the SKLAR brothers. 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SUNDAY SERMON: Cash Flow, Character, and Creating Amazing Connections, with Andy Frisella - MFCEO284

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SUNDAY SERMON: Cash Flow, Character, and Creating Amazing Connections, with Andy Frisella - MFCEO284

"Have you wanna make your dream become reality? The people that are running up to that bream. No, they're going to have hot times keep reading because they're saying within themselves. I'm the one I'm the one no matter how bad it is a how bad it gets. I'm going to make it. What is up guys euless to the NFC? Oh project on eighty. I'm your host. And I am the mother fucking CEO today is Sunday sermon. You know, what that means? We're gonna fill your heart. We're gonna fill your soul, we're gonna replace Jesus weight and can't replace Jesus. Kenya vaughan. No. Can't we had? We do have the second best thing though. And that's deejay deejay. God distant second. But second. Yeah. What's up, dude? What's up? Listen when they're playing easy in the warehouse. It's going to be a good day. Dude. I went back there. And they did not know who that was. Well, Scott was playing it. I know they didn't actually know easy. No. They were I was making him guess, and they were guessing all kinds of stuff we have a moral crisis in our planet or in our country when young people don't know who easy is do. They didn't know who Dr dre was. Yeah. But I do confess that in. Fight of your encouragements for me to watch the movie. I have still not watched not boys in the hood. The the one about NBA. What was it called? You told me it was a really good movies. It's awesome. I can't think of. Straight outta Compton. Yeah. That is right. It's a great movie. Yeah. I I haven't seen it yet. I want to you're gonna love it. I want to you. You will love it. Yeah. It makes every middle aged white dude feeling. Because we felt legit. I did too legit to quit when when we were listening to easy fucking. She paints at home nine do. That side the side. Damn I had the two legit. You guys. Can't see me. But I'm making the too legit to quit thing. Vaughn's at home practicing his parachute pants. What are they called the MC hammer recall that dance something for you know, the hammer shuffle. Yeah. Yeah. I know you practice that. I'd love to have MC hammer on the show. He could teach you some stuff about what not to do money a day. Exactly. Like, literally, the dude was I mean, it's kind of sad because he was so generous, you know, the he got this having. Well, yeah. I think he had the early. No historians backstory. Basically, the story is that everybody and their brother who knew him came out of the woodwork and was like suddenly his best friend, and he started supporting them and helping them. Yeah. It was bad. Can't do that bad. So it's hard to say, no, you know. Did you did you actually have family members that you'd literally never talked to that? Once you start getting you did he's kind of popped up worse. Yes. Crazy. Well, it's you know, what's funny. Every single one of them were the same people that would like say like condescending shit to me when we were getting started. Of course, every single why believed in you know, every single one of them was the people who say the famous line. Oh, you still got that little vitamin shy? What do you plan on doing with that? When we started. It was the same other fuckers every single one of those people that ask me for money or asked me for help or ask me for this or that or job every single one was one of those people are crazy. Yeah. It's I'm being I'm being dead serious. Oh, I know you are. So in other news, you are normally a a somewhat intense individual who expresses yourself and somewhat forthright ways. But I have noticed in the last couple of days that there has been. Maybe an additional fire. Yeah. Well, liquoring from your words. I didn't know what it was. 'cause I I came home the other day in Emily was like, what's what's going on with you? Yeah. What you take today? Yeah. And I didn't put it all together. But we actually did come out with a new product that we started. I started taking that has been really getting me. Good energy and making me feel good. Yeah. Yeah. But I didn't put that together as to why start feeling good. But. You know, what the truth is man is like. I'm just tired of this fucking space. You know what I'm saying? And I know I go through this shit, and you guys have been through, you know, hearing me say that. But I'm sick of it, man. I'm not talking about the fitness business. I'm talking about the success entrepreneur space. You know, I'm so sick of the predatory mentality. And, you know, getting people to come to an event pay five thousand dollars or thousand dollars or fuck and fifteen thousand dollars to go to a fucking event only to be fucking soul more shit. And like, dude, I can't I can't stand by and say nothing about that. If you're too unaware to realize what's happening. I have a moral responsibility pointed out, you know, what I mean? Like, I don't think it's okay for someone who's. In the beginning of their journey looking at some one, and there's not just one person does a certain lots of people that do this. But looking at people that are successful. And and saying I'm going to go to this event. I'm gonna pay five thousand dollars to learn from this person or a thousand dollars when they don't fuck and have it and the racking it up on their credit card or they're asking their parents or they're going into debt to get to these things only to be told well to really learn this stuff, you gotta buy this. You know what I mean? And then do I don't I don't agree with that. And I'm over it, and it's fucking wrong. It's wrong. You know, at some point the greed has to be fucking exposed. And you know, the good thing is all I'm doing is make people fucking raise their eyebrows. And say man, I wonder what he's talking about pay attention. Because this is what everybody does everybody does this shit. And that you wonder why I'm not speaking. That's why I'm not fucking speaking. Because there's very few opportu. Unity's to speak that aren't involved in situations like that. And I'm tired of people using my name, my pool, and my loyal following you guys to draw you guys and only to sell you guys over shit. I'm not doing it anymore. Right. You know what? I mean, you know, EDNA do our own event. And that's fine. Well, that's what I was gonna say there's so much filth into fucking bring out. I'll put a fucking event on. That's that's only one day long that you'll learn fucking twenty fucking two hundred x the shit that you're gonna learn anywhere else. Okay. And not only that you want to buy nothing else. Right. You know? And I have real entrepreneurs teaching and that's social media. Fucking blue check, quote, unquote, fucking celebrities. I'm telling my real mother fuckers people in our syndicate that fucking her. Actual entrepreneurs. Like, dude. That's what needs to. That's what the space needs to be. You know, I'm okay, I understand people making money, and I understand I am not against that. I ll. I love making money. I love it. But I love to do it the right way. You know what? I mean. Like, if I if you come to my vent, and I teach you enough shit, and you go out and make money, and I made a little bit of money from the event that's fair. Because I'm offering you shit that you could go use. But like if I were just if you were just a come to an event and me, just, you know sale well to really learn this, you gotta do this and gimme fucking twenty more grand. It dude. Hey, right. Yeah. And and and you know, I do believe that the education system is changing. I believe a reckoning is coming for people that fucking operate that way. I mean, imagine going to school dude, and you pay fucking, you know, fifteen thousand dollars twenty thousand semester, okay? Which is fucking less than some of these events cost, by the way, and you go there and in every single class. The teacher says all right? I'm gonna stand up here and talk for an hour at the end of the hour. I'm going to charge you another fifteen grand. If you really wanna fuck and learn what it's laughable, right like it's laughable, and like people don't realize what's happening when they go to these things. It's not about helping anyone it's about fucking money. And dude, that's that goes against my core. Value beliefs. I believe that moving forward. I believe events that are going to operate that way or going to go fuck, and by the way side, and people are people are starting to see through what's actually going on. Okay. And they're starting to make sense of what's actually going on. And I believe that you know, some of you influence. There need to fucking listen to this because I'm rarely wrong about things like this. But I believe that people are getting smart, and I believe people want real value, and I believe people are going to gravitate towards that. And I think that you know, anybody who does what I'm talking about is going to be weeded out over the course of time. They might make a few bucks today. They make a few bucks tomorrow, and they might make a few bucks next year. But eventually this revolution is going to happen. And if you're not providing actual content, and if you actually haven't done it, you're not going to have a place on that stage. You know what I'm saying? I believe that. And I think it's true. And I think it's happening. And if you want to be the person who tries to sell info products or tries to sell courses or tries to sell events number one. You better have done that shit yourself because people are sick of the nonsense. They're sick of the nineteen twenty to twenty five year old kid who's. Never built a fucking company talking about how they are going to show you how to do XYZ people are smarter than that. And whatever fucking money you're making off of that right now. It's gonna stop right. Okay. So one you'd better have done it and two if you are going to offer those kinds of things you're going to have to deliver real value. So you're gonna have to be qualified, and you're going to have to know what the fuck you're talking about. And I think that you're gonna see a revolution of that. And I could tell you right now. Ed, an I my let we are committed to making that happen. Bottom line. You know, I spoke at fucking ten events last year that we're fucking total pitch fest bullshit events. You know, by the end of the year. I had already committed all these things I had to do them. By the end of the year. I was so disgusted at the last the one Alaska vents, I spoke at dude I almost threw up afterwards because I felt so guilty about what was going on. You know what I mean? I remember I went back to my hotel room. I had everybody calling me and texting me. And and do let's go hang out this. I was so sick to my stomach that I called the pilot. And I said asked us to leave in two days, I call my pilot. And I said, hey, I want to leave right now. And we were gone in an hour. I went home made me sick. And I know you did because you came home and talked about and I'm just not going to. I'm not going to be a part of that. Yeah. I'm just not there's another aspect of to men, and we discovered this womb when you start it. So that's why I'm getting so mad. Yeah. No. It makes sense. It's a good thing to get mad about it. Something else that we discovered when you guys start and by the wave on its time hating now not hating. I'm telling the fucking truth. No, absolutely, right. There's a big difference between hating and telling the truth. All right. A lot of people. You know, who do this shit have reached out to me and be like, why are you hating on my hustle? Because you're hustling, you're cheating. You're scanning you're taking advantage. And I do not fucking agree with that. Okay. I've never done that in my life. I've never fucking. I've never built a dollar off taking advantage of somebody. In fact, dude, I think we're the only company on earth offers one hundred ten percent money-back guarantee on their products. You know what I'm saying? Like, dude if it didn't help you get your money back plus ten percent. I personally believe that. That's how business should be done. That's it. If you don't offer real value should not feel good about taking somebody's money. And that seems to be. You know, when you're young and you're hungry, and you don't have any money you want the money, so bad, you're willing to bend your integrity. But the problem with that is is that. Longterm people. Remember that you bet your tag ry, you know. So you have a hard time coming back from that -solutely, especially in today's day and age, dude. And you're also shortsighted cited from economical standpoint, there's not enough fucking people in this in this world that you're going to be able to get in front of that are going to be able to you know, you're going to be able to recycle customers customers or too interconnected now, and this is a fundamental aspect of your business that you need to think about and your integrity that you need to think about people are instantly connected now, so whereas twenty years ago these fucking scammers could get get away with doing seminar after seminar seminar net could beat her career they could do one every fucking week all across the country. Now, if you do that, and you're not selling real shit, guess what? Everybody knows after two weeks. So you're done. So some of these guys who are out there doing this shit. It's just a matter of time before everybody just starts piling on and saying, dude. That guy's done. Absolutely. You're done. Yep. You know? And so it's it's just old school mentality. And the reality is is that this this economy this way of doing business? This culture will not tolerate that. It's bad business. We won't we will not tolerate it. You know, you have to go to an event and walk away and say holy shit. That was the best event of ever been to change my life. You know what I mean? Yeah. Has to deliver that much value or it's not gonna work. You know, people could talk about Tony Robbins all day what? But I don't fucking know many people that have gone to a Tony Robbins event. Don't walk out saying holy shit. Dude. That was amazing even though it is kinda cheesy, and it is kind of fluffy. And it is kinda hokey. He's got his way of touching people for real. And that people who go expect that that's right. Yeah. That's right. And like, dude, I'm not talking bad. Love Tony Robbins, dude. He is fuck I would not be here without him. Like, so the last thing I want to come across as like I'm knocking what he does. It's just a different style. And he's very good at it. And you know, what it truly helps people which is why Tony Robbins does whatever five hundred million dollars a year in product. Yeah. Because it's real shit. You know what I mean? Yeah. Absolutely. Well, we know this because when you started the here's another aspect of this. When you started the artists indicate, and we got these ten thousand applications, there were certain people who contacted who us who said, you know, I can't afford it. But I found out recently that they have something called self development loans like there are actually Bank. So they're actually these. Yeah. There's actually entities out there. Now that are saying we'll give you a loan for self development, and they're just exorbitant interest rates. Right. Well, but I remember we were talking about this. And I remember you basically told certain people listen if you can't afford this. Oh, we don't want you go into debt because right? I had people. I don't remember. I felt development loans shit. But I was probably Zainuddin. I think Ed, and I were talking, but there are some that told told him. I do we told him. No. Yeah. We told you know, because we're like you're not going into. You're not going to be told her. I think we're told she needs to go to the accelerate right because cheaper. But but the point is is that dude. And you'll talk to very few people in our group that I mean, I don't think we're talk to anybody is going to say fuck, it's amazing. Oh, absolutely. But they could all afford it because they worked to that level. But yeah, do we could assign up all ten thousand dollar fucking money. Right. What is that ten thousand at three hundred bucks a month? It's fucking lot. A lot. Well, I don't know ten thousand years Tyler's hundred thousand right three hundred thousand. Yeah. It's three hundred thousand a month more than that. It's three million of all right? I'm gonna do it right now. I'm not good at math. I am however writing genius, but hold on say, okay? We're all gonna do this some of you three million a month three million a month. Okay. So that we that we fucking turned down. Yeah. Over what was the right thing to do. Right. You know, it's. I don't know, man. There's not. You know, my my fucking integrity, and my all in my self esteem, my confidence in my conscious is not for sale is not there's no amount of money. It's worth it. I want to be able to sleep at night. You know, I live in extravagant lifestyle. I love cars. I love planes. I love cool shit. But I don't wanna be the guy who looks at all that shit and feels bad about hug got it. You know, Gary vein. Chuck says says a very true thing that it's harder understand. It's young. And he says how you make your money is more important than how much you make. And dude, it's fucking true. It's true. You know, I could've started a porno site when I was fucking nineteen years old and been richest fucked by the time, I was twenty three type, you know, what I mean? And I thought about it to be completely honest. But I was like, but I swear to God I talked to my dad I said dad, I'm starts website. And he's like, he's I look he's like I know that you can make a lot of money, but you don't want to be known as that guy. And you don't want to be you don't wanna go to business functions. This and that and be the porno guy. Right. You know, he's right, man. Yeah. You know, but I'm lucky enough to have somebody who had a more was there to guide, right? Because when you're young you don't because you're starving. Dude. You're like, I just wanna make it. You know what I mean? Right. It ties into what we talked about the other day about these younger guys using the tools available to them to actually create income to roll into a real brand versus just like, you know, making the money and going out and buying fucking Gucci's and fucking supreme backpacks. Cool hair. You your point I to me. It's a lose lose situation. If you have a supreme backpack. Not any more adult. They don't you have shoes they were gift from you. Thank you, don't you dare. I I did feel personally attacked us. Nobody if you do the kind of thing that you just said like all in all the fence, dude. I did give Tyler his Gucci shoes. I like you too shabby man. Hey. Gucci flipflops their slides. Yeah. I like the flip flops just because of that song that future had you know, what? What I'm talking about? What's how's it? Go. Like, I don't even I fucked your bitch and my flip flops. Dude that liming she last so fucking hard after I heard that line on like you don't get some Gigi flop. So it's a lose lose situation. If you earn your money the wrong way because if you do keep a conscience about it. You're going to be miserable. You're gonna you're gonna live with guilt every, but here's the other side of Andy, you can actually sear your conscience where you don't feel it anyway, and what kind of person do you become if you no longer a Solis missio pack who literally exists to sell to sell to sell sell to make money. And that's why you exist, man. So it's a lose lose situation. I'll be honest. That would suck. It wouldn't no matter how much money you made. It would suck. Yeah. Because everybody would see you and look at you. And know that you were joke. No that you will become when you fucking when you when you do wake up from that. You're gonna look at yourself in the minute. Hey, we see. Yeah. And not everybody wakes up. But people do. Yeah. You know what I mean? I don't know, man. It is tough. I just I just see a lot of people going about this the long way right now because of the tools that are available in order to mean. And I think a lot of people in fifteen years are a not going to have an opportunity because they re they ran their own brand through the mud. A nobody's going to trust them. Be. If they do make a little bit of money. They're gonna feel real shitty. Bali made it see. You're you're going to be jumped, you know? It's just like we talked about the other podcasts, you're chasing the cheese. You know, once used to another cheese to another cheese, and eventually that fucking mouse traps gonna smack down your head, and you're gonna be dead. Right. Not only that. But they're missing out on one of the coolest experiences ever in building brand new which which I'm not say this in our meeting the other day, the one we had over next door. Where did I say I said dude, the best part about this companies come to work every day? It's having to come to work every day. You know, we're all friends we all have fun like I would be so unfulfilled if I didn't get to come here. And I asked that in our meeting the other day, and I didn't make anybody raise their hands. Because I didn't you know, obviously, if I say, they're going to say, yeah. But like I could see it on their faces. They were like exciting. They're like. Yeah. This is this is awesome. You know? And we were taught what are we talking about last night in the ninety Jude for heaven the. Meeting to. Yeah. Like, yeah. We were talking about what are we talking about last night in the meteoroid? We just made your Lamborghini video that was two nights ago. Yeah. Yeah. But you would just me you, and Alex, and you're just sitting there, and he just randomly looks up. And he goes fuck I love coming to work. It's like not even having a fucking job. And then Tyler's look, I'll Fokin draw. Well, I have to say at this point in the year, it it would be a lot more fulfilling if we were in like Austin or Phoenix because being in Saint Louis such a wider, dude. I'm sorry at your winery itself, you live fucking forty miles away from anything like why do you you you? That'd be like saying, Chicago sucks, but living my mom lives out there. We gotta take care of her. She's by herself. We were long. That's true. Hoover in. Yeah. Dude, you need to be in a good area. Like close in like where we are. You would love it. Yeah. I know I've been told you told me that I should I would prefer Kirkwood. I believe the exact. I believe the exact words were you could hang out with all the other day drinking nerds. Kirkwood. Boundary. Fucking lock to listen. Somebody's got lead. These nerds. That's great. Yeah. No. I love Kirkwood. It's my favorite fucking area of Saint Louis. Yeah. I mean, that's where that's where Billy Jesus. That's where home base is. I live one literally one street over from being in Kirkwood. Well for the time being, but you like kind of it's kind of small town feel we'll get but it's also it has a little bit of money too. So it it still has that this a little bit of the success in. Then also has that down to earth feel to it? Yeah. It's like it's not like, it's not pompously know, exactly. But he's still don't clean. Yes. That's exactly what I'm trying to say for sure like you, don't you're it. It could area nude like I'm telling you. That's where you should be living. I know you're probably right suit you. Yeah. You're probably right. I like that area. I like it a lot actually that Mexican restaurant down incur. He goes. Yeah. Invest Mexican restaurants Satan has down. Yeah. Easily. Absolutely. The only problem is they don't sell our tequila there. Most of these. People listening. Don't even know that we have to Quila. Keel, the best the best tequila in the world. Not my words. Let's kill associations words. Are you looking for social media influencers will be in the future? We're only we're only sold earliest tributed in like five states rap. We're going to talk about that next week, by the way, guys. Oh, yes. Social media influence. Yeah. Do that's going to be a great podcast because like a lot of the people right now listening. They want to know how to build their influence, and how to become a social media influence or if not just for their own business, but for them for to get, you know, get paid to post and so next week. We're gonna talk about how step by step how to be successful in social media as an influence or. From here on out now from we're going to cover what worked up until now what's going to work for the next three or four years, which I'm excited to do. Because I feel like a lot of people right now are really confused about where to go on social, you know, what I mean? Yeah. Anyway, so I'm going to tell the story to transition us into our extra job. You're letting Raymond sorry guys. But you know, your job is to transition and keep me from talking too much. Yeah. And you are doing terrible. Terrible job. Yeah. So when I was still in college. And I was studying, you know, I thought that I was going to be a passer, and I was getting ready to be a pastor going to seminary and everything we had a special speaker come to our church, excuse me, come to our school. And it was a very very famous preacher. His name is Chuck's when doll and so he he preached. He had he had a great message. And then afterwards, you could go up, and you could talk to him. And there was this huge line of students, and it was just going. So freaking slow just like literally seemed to just blog by. And I kept on. Thinking come on come on. Let's go get on with the get on with it got really impatient. When I got up to the line to talk to him. He looked at me starts talking. I starting gauging him and literally it's almost like nobody else's there. And it was such a profound experience like literally he was so locked in on me. I'll never forget it. Like the way that he asked questions the way that the way that he drew out my interest in life. It was it was crazy. It was like a sorcerer level interpersonal skill. And and that's what I wanted to talk about today because I think you are really good at that. You don't like to go surfacing with people you like to go, you know, really lock and go deep sea, you know, draw them out. So I thought we were talking about is the Sunday sermon is if you want to make an impact on people, you gotta learn how to listen. Yeah. You got to learn that art. Well, here's a question goes along what we talked about just five minutes ago or whatever for look man at Alec. It like this like if you're paying to come see me if you pay to come see me speaking, I get paid well to come to speak. I'm mostly you guys know that. Very well. My job is to serve those people. You know what I mean? So I feel like when we do, and it sucks to man and Tyler's been literally every event that I've ever spoke at dude, I get mobbed. And and a lot of times I have to leave without talking to anybody because we're going to something else, we're doing this. And that makes me feel fucking horrible. There's another reason why I don't like the way traditional events or set up. But I feel like dude if these people paid, you know, five hundred five thousand whatever the ticket price is dude it's my job to care when they're when they're telling me something or asking me, something, you know. And I just take that real serious. I don't take it as like a big shot. And let me fuck in blow you off, you know. I value what they had to say. Because dude, that's why I'm there on there to help them with do that last summer when you guys had that event in Kansas City where you started leaving. And then you came back because you realize that there was a kid waiting for you. Yeah. That you had not got a chance to talk to did. I got that was awesome. Yeah. That was awesome. And that I it up hanging out with that kid later on the day because he just found out that I was going to be at another restaurant. And he was just beaming. He was like man, I couldn't believe he did that. That's never, you know. But that's the kind of thing that affects people, right? And we should all be like that. We'll do you don't have to be. Air pu- public speaker to be able to do that. That's right. Do totally totally you know, and. If you're asking like how to do that? I guess what are we talking? Let's let's let's talk about like a lot of people here. That thing, you know, to be a good listener, you have you have to ask really good questions the pillow people don't know what that means like they don't even know the art of asking questions of drawing people out. So what kinds of questions would you say are good for for like really starting to draw people out starting to establish that report to where when you're done with that conversation. They're going to walk away. And just be like Tommy, boy, I've experienced a lot of things in my life. But that was awesome. You know, I think that you have to understand something of fries people like to talk. They don't you have to know your role. Right. Like if you've just got done putting on in. This is not for just speaking this for sales or anything people want this dates if you're on a date the other person wants talk trust me. Okay. One. One thing. I try to do. And I've always tried to teach. Our team is is to ask open into questions. You know, not like do you like French fries, but more like what kind of food? Do you like the most and let them talk. And then you know, that kind of tells you what they value what they like. And it leads to other opportunities to ask. Well, you know, what I really like is is Belgian waffles on a Sunday morning with my wife, and my kids, and that's my favorite. Yeah. Dude. You know, what I like that too a lot what kind of Serb do you like, man? I like blueberry adhere blueberries good to you know, like that kinda shit and reinforce what their beliefs are not disingenuous. But like, you know, if I've really do like blueberry, I'll say ally blueberry. But if I don't and I prefer maple back. Yeah. Dude. I I used to like blueberry, but I like maple lot more to and you know, what I like chocolate chips in there. Yeah. And it's amazing. How quickly you could transition from that? Because I knew you connect with people. You know, what I'm saying you start with the concrete sort of the everyday things. And I know you've said you don't like like small talk. But a little bit of small talk is obviously important because small talk you don't care, right. Well, that's what I'm saying. So it's only small talk if you don't care, and if you're actually trying to create an experience for someone you have to care. So like, while am I say, well, the example, I just gave might sound like. I'm just going through some bullshit when you're actually engaged with someone. You know, I'm looking and then he I I'm I'm I'm actually asking them what the fuck they think why they think that. And I'm giving him my feedback on what I think, and my feedback might not agree with what they think. But I still respect what they think you see what I'm saying. Absolutely people people don't understand that to create real report. You don't have to reinforce everything they believe you've just gotta hear it. And then let them hear you. And then the connection happens. Absolutely. Yeah. Absolutely. So I think one of the worst things you can ask somebody that we ask everybody on a day-to-day basis is. Have you had a good day? Dude. I was just actually thinking of that. Like because that's what people say, right? How's your day? Yeah. Let's get the fuck with that. Yeah. It's fine. But the reason people are okay with asking how was your day is because they don't give a fuck about the answer if they really cared. They'd say, hey, do tell me about the best part of your day. The right. And then if the person said something like, oh, man. It's cool. I got to go to the dinner, my mom, and I hung out. And we went shopping. We had a great time. You already know that that person values family above everything else. The way they answers attach what they chose to share. Exact right. So you could tell so much more about people when you actually ask real questions versus 'cause like do when you say how was your day, and they say fine. You just missed out on a huge opportunity to learn right because you're selfish and you want to move through the conversation. You know, if they do great I got to go to the gym. I got to train legs. I fucking kill my workout. You know? Know what that person's priorities are medically. You've also opened up a whole opportunity to talk about any number of things related to fitness. You know, they'd given. You key clues on how to bond with them us and people get so in hurry to get to the sale or whatever the ask is right at the end of the conversation that they just ripped through this shit quick. And they miss these opportunities to truly connect with someone. And then when you get when you get the sale at the end the person my by but they're not buying again. And they're not saying man, I've just had the most amazing experience with this, dude. Any for Sela, I waited in line for two hours to talk to him. And he took twenty minutes to to talk to me. And he got to know me. He was re dude he was way fucking cooler. And I thought he was going to be and you're passing up that opportunity because you're so quick to just move through people. You know, and this goes with any conversation, dude, we have this event here summer smash for I form, I literally. To stand in the same fucking spot for nine or ten hours a time. It's cray. No, no nine or ten hours to fuck. A two foot circle. Okay. It's a hundred and ten degrees out when we do that event. All right is not it's not easy to do is fucking heart. And it is tiring and is exhausting. But you know, what I respect the fact that those people spent their time and their money to travel here and to buy the tickets and to support the company when I get tired when I get frustrated when I get thirsty when I get sweaty. I don't get quicker. You know what I'm saying? Right. I still give everybody the opportunity to connect because they deserve it. They just spit fucking two grand and their summer days off and some of their family vacation to come. Visit me and see me and see our company and see the team they deserve that respect. And that's how I see it. So it really come do the base. The line is is that you have to care. I before people are going to give a fuck about what it is. You're trying to sell them. You know what I mean? And and the cool thing is is like when you really connect with people. I mean, how many people do we see Tyler that say this say this shit, dude? I love I form the only way I fucked. Try I form was because I loved your podcast. And then I tried the company. I mean, it's literally nowadays it's probably closer to fifty percent. It's it's it's a huge driver for business. But not because I get on here. And I say how many times have I said in the last four years about products that we have or this or that none like I might mention like today, I mentioned the one product. But I didn't say what his name was. I didn't tell people to go buy it. I because I don't have to write because I care about these people, and you know, what they care back, and when you care, and they care back you have a mutually beneficial relationship. You know, what I mean absolute most people are so hungry. To get to the sale right that they skip the important part, which is the person. And I'm glad you said sale because people might be thinking, well, wait a minute. Wait a minute. Are we specifically talking about business? You're always selling because the heart of life is influencing others. You're always selling always always you might not be quote unquote, selling in terms of traditional sense of selling. But you are every conversation that you have is a sale of yourself and people buy you they're going to buy your fucking product. Absolutely. And that's something that everybody not everybody. But most of the people listening right now haven't connected that together yet. Right. You know what I mean? Right. And we talked about this a lot, dude. Like, for example, like let's just say, you're a social media influence, and let's say that, you know, you post something and somebody writes you a question and says, hey. What about this this protein, and the person says well, first of all how much you working out how much car do you do what's your diet like where you know, what your water intake, what's your rest, and they ask you all these questions, and they have a conversation with you that will go. Now, you're like fuck this person could easily just told me where the protein wasn't. I could got it. You might even be kind of annoyed because you're like fuck all wanna knows where the protein is. But at the end of that conversation, you're like fuck this person cares. Yeah. This person cares about me. All right. And that's important because you it's not about the first sale, dude. If you want to do the first sale, and that's all you're worried about go out and buy any of these sales, motherfuckers courses, and they'll show you how to get one sale. But what I'm showing you how to get. And what I what we're talking about. Right now is how to create a lifetime of not just sales, but friends and advocates that will automatically put you in front of their friends just because you fucking care. Absolutely. You know, in one of the calls Ed was talking about he has his camera guy that he struggles with certain things, but the guy was recording Ed doing a doing a presentation an Ed actually referred to the guy in referred to something good that the guy was good at. And he said that my cameraman actually got emotional, and he said in the point that Ed was making the Arctic celebrator people was the reason that the guy got emotional was that the things that I was saying about him was true. And I only knew it was true because I knew him really well. And so in this process of asking questions about people when you gain all this information about them. It makes you that much more equipped to say things that are meaningful to them. And I'm saying thank doot in. Honestly, if we're talking about Ed Ed is the mastery is the master and dude, honestly, you're a way better than me. I'm still trying to learn from you guys how to be better at this. Well, you know, you're you're amazing at it. And I honestly like I said about the the practice. Yeah. It's. We all have our different styles. But, but I mean, I think I think just the other centered approach, you know, like when you say every way does that he's being genuine? Oh, absolutely shit. Like, yeah. It's not a sales technique. He should genuinely interested. Yeah. And leg is I've never met someone at such a high level of success that he is that still truly cares as much as he does about every single person. He meets absolutely I've never met someone like I tell everybody that. I say of Eddie, buddy, I've ever met associated with you. He is hands down, the most impressive, the most genuine. It's not comparable. And it's it's not even it's not even close. But so we back up just for a second. Because I know when you were asking, you know, what's the best part of your day or asking questions that reveal value. I gotta say that just as a as a small little tip. I think one of the best sort of two part series to ask people about themselves. The first part is is basically a one word answer. But the. Second part delves a little deeper and that is to say, hey, where are you from? And then they tell you where they're from. And then you say what's your favorite thing about where you're from? Because that will reveal so much about that person. Because for one thing most people unless they had a really really weird experience growing up most people love where they're from. And they take pride in where they're from. And so they'll you'll get them starting to beam, and they'll say something like, oh, man. I love it that I grew up in Kansas, and we have an amazing basketball tradition there or somebody might say, I you know, I grew up in Saint Louis and Saint Louis is known for the cardinals or whatever. But it just it. It shows it gives people once again, it gives you an opportunity to hear what's valuable to people. Right. What they value and people have such a tight connection between where they grew up. And who they are that you really value people when you ask them about that. Absolutely. And whenever you ask them about that, you find out about so many things that you probably had no clue even existed. Did you know what? I mean. Right. It's the truly interesting conversation. Yeah. Which which is what you have to have. Yeah. So that's a great way to like skip all the bullshit and get to talk it. And what I like about that about that idea and saying, you know, those questions is that it gets people to talk shit. Right. Like fuck, you know, you get into like a basketball conversation or hockey or baseball or football, and they talk a little shit and do there's no quicker waiter. Get report with someone than the bus there ball's a little bit about what it is. They really absolutely. Yeah. That you know, what's funny is I I'm just now as we're talking about it. I do that every almost every time he someone. Yeah. Like the way I connect with them right away as fuck and make fun of them a little bit. And then I'm like, dude, just kid. You know, that's fucking like, dude. It's automatically there. Like this guy's. This guy's have genuine, dude. Yeah. I do. I do it automatically. I don't even think about it. You're good at that though. Sometimes people. Try swing on that. And they're not real good. So like if you're from this area, you know, and then you meet somebody who finds out you're from St Louis, and I don't know how many times I got in like, oh, Ferguson. You guys are racist. Yeah. Look, no shit. Yeah. So be careful and how you clown on people because it can really backfire. But you're good at it. But you're right. Just it shows it shows that that you're able to poke fun and know have fun with that. But so do I just don't take myself too serious. Like, right. I'm the first guy. I'll make fun of me. You know what? I mean. Ryan. That's why making fun of me on the internet doesn't fucking work now because I'm just like, yeah. No, you're right. And of course, then you and then you shoot back at them. And then they go get their feelings out or suddenly they're off of Instagram shit. Shithole? I don't know where people why people have have a I I don't know why people have not recognized that yet. I'm the Floyd fucking Mayweather of the internet. Like, you don't fuck me. Do you're gonna get knocked out. Like if you wanna fuck talk shit. There's a million other motherfuckers on the internet talk shit and you'll probably win. You're gonna lose every time with me. Yeah. Refunding time -solutely. So. Okay. So you said oh, ask open ended questions. You said ask questions that reveal what they value. Okay. And use an kinda use the knowledge that you gained from that to then lead the lead the conversation deeper into more report more connection, more communication, and then what what's what's something else? Like how how did artfully in strategically us questions? I don't know. How do you do it? I think you're pretty good at it. Well, thanks, man. I would say when I'm good. I'm good. We're honestly on I'm naturally so used to doing this. Yeah. Like, you know, when I was young and people would approach me like if I was when I was working retail. I would think of it as like a script. Right. And I was like all right. I'll say this. I got to touch on this. I gotta do this. And I I would think of it as like this orderly script and every single time that I thought of it like that. It was awkward. It was weird. It was like not a never went well robotic. Yeah. It came became robotic repetitive. And like it just was some shit. I was saying right. When I abandoned that. And I just said, you know, what I'm going to actually try to like get to be friends with these people. Then all this stuff can't happen naturally. And that's where this where my skills come from. So like, I haven't really ever analytically broke down how and why do things it's just something I picked up along the way on the in the retail business, and that's why like retail so much for young people right now, like if you're a young man or young woman, and you have a business that you're trying to start you should go get a retail job to compliment that business. So that you can learn the skills of interpersonal connection because you're going to deal with all different kinds of people all different races, all different backgrounds, socioeconomic all different moods. Which is a huge thing. Bright, you get people who are crabby. You get people who are happy. You get people were courteous people who are rude. But that teaches you how to react in those situations. And I think. Everybody who starting in business. You have to work retail for at least a couple of years because dude a teach you so much shit being personable is going down the drain nowadays. Oh, yeah. But that's why retail good. We talked a lot about this. And I hope you do at some point that you're going to do a full-scale course on social skills. Interpersonal communication because I think it's so value valuable do what I really want to do is a full-scale course, how to pick up chicks for with the series. That was seriously serious. I see some of these dudes, and I'm just like the fucker you doing out not that. I'm like, you know, the Jesus of chick picking up, but I'm just saying like some of you guys need coaching in well two things. I would say one is that one thing that I think drives your ability to connect with people is that. Some people just listen for the sake of listening, and I think you really do listen because you want to understand. And it's a for a perfect case. In point is that how many times is somebody in a conversation where somebody something that they're saying, you know, you're nodding your saying. Okay. Yes. Yes. Yes. But you have no idea what the other person's saying. But just to p p polite. You say you just say, oh, yeah. Yeah. But when I've noticed when I talked to you you're not like that. You're like, I have no idea. What you just said. No. That's exactly what literally have no idea. What you just saw. So so that's the thing is when I catch myself zone and out. I don't just go along with it. Right. Because everybody's owns out. We all have things on our mind. We all have shit going on in the back of our head and it's easy to zone out, especially when you're tired. And so when people do that to me. Man. This goes back to you want to know, why do that this goes back to when I was in fucking grade school. Okay. And and my mom, they own a visa, my mom and stepdad own a VCR repair shop and one day. I was sick from school. And I went I had to go to the repair shop because I'm talking a little rinky-dink store sizes room. I mean, it wasn't like this business. It was like very very very. Lower. You know, it wasn't a successful business. Yeah. And they had an employee, and I can't remember the employee's name. But I was probably like in seven six grade or fifth grade or something, and I went to the store, and I used to like, you know, how like macgyver was popular back then and like so do nothing. Nothing's more macgyver issue. So for all young people. Macgyver. Was this dude who would like create shit out of nothing? Right. But when you're a kid, there's nothing more macgyver than the inside of a VCR. Oh, yeah. All right. Do your pull this shit apart. And you're like trying to make because there's all these cool parts in there like pulleys and like weird shit on your pool of just to clarify for a little bit more information for kids who don't know literally. This is like a secret agent who be in a room with like a red piece of bread at dumbbell and a clock and make a thermonuclear bomb out. Yeah. These genes, right? So like I used to like like I used to like playing with the with the broken VCR's and thinking I was going to build some sort of fucking. Robot out of the shit. You know, and you know, I never built anything cool. But I, you know, it's just something I like to do I always liked tinkering with stuff. Them the employees that was there. He's like aren't you supposed to be in school? And and this guy probably got paid minimum wage. You know, and I said, yeah, I said, but I don't like going to school. And there was this kid who was like two years older than us who is who had flunked like two times. And he was big. And you always picked on me. And I said, I still remember the kiss name not going to say it. But I remember telling them like, yeah. But there's this kid he's flunked two times because he's too fucking stupid. And and he picks on me. And so I didn't want to go to school. And he goes he goes. Yeah. But what if he's at school today? He learns something that actually makes him not stupid. And you don't learn it because you're not at school. And dude, I remember saying that like he didn't say it like to to make me feel bad. He was just kind of making a point and do that stuck with me. So like so my whole life when I do that when I zone out when people are talking to me, I always remember him telling me that. Yeah. When I was great because I'm like, well, what if they just said something that would actually change the way that I think are the way that operate or could fundamentally change who I was. That's how I think of it. Right. So that's why whenever like you say something to me. And I'm zoned out just call myself out. And be look I don't I didn't hear word you're saying because I was thinking about something else. Tell me what you just said tonight, or or frankly, I didn't do a good job explaining it. So you just have to say, I'm sorry. I'm not following you. And I think people really really appreciate honesty like to say, hey man is late in the day. I'm song tau zone. Now. I'm zoned out. Can you please? I really wanna hear what you're having to say. Can you can you please repeat it? Yes. You know? Yeah. I mean, it's amazing. How people are not willing to do that at a politeness. But in reality, they're being rude. Because this thing I don't care what they're saying this. Let's have ADD they use it as an excuse like, dude. Oh, I got ADD ADHD got the best to me. There's no that's not an excuse as bullshit, right? Okay. Anybody who's in entrepreneurship is going to develop some sort of fucking eighty. Yeah. All right. So it's not an excuse another another area that I struggle with two for a long time was remembering people's names. So like, you know, how you shake someone's hand. And they'll hey, I'm Steve and there's Bob and then there's Billy. And then by the time, you're done meeting them, you forgot their fucking names. So like one thing I do one thing I do too. I think we're really help you guys with this is when a shake someone's hand, if I'm meeting a minute group out. I'll be like Steve nice to meet you tau. Nice to meet you Billy next to me. And then I'll go back. Yes. A all right. Steve tie, Billy. And and in Billy's tat, Steve and Noah laugh, but really what I'm doing is just making sure I remember that fucking names. Yeah. You know what I mean? Okay. So I have a kind of a bad confession to make. You ready aren't all confessions bad? So, but so there's this ancient method of remembering names, it's called the memory palace. It's like. A back in ancient Greece. And one of the things that they say is that you can remember things better. If you if you have either an association of pain or sex like this is literally like what you're saying every you mentioned having sex with. No that is what you just said. Oh, say he just said, exactly. But I remember because. Because. But the reality is they say that if you could associate something that has like that that really involves the senses. And usually that means pain or pleasure, right? You're more likely to remember that person. Or what you're saying is is when you meet dues you not saying man when he's here. Very. Sabido ebbs shit at Saks. Now you remember come on? No, no. I remember you. I had a Brian choke me out one. No, I've say though, that if if you if you wanna remember they make this but cream called get yourself. I don't know. Completely completely derailed myself here. But no. But the point is is that you're supposed to pick a feature about that person or with someone really impacts you. Right. Exactly. Like bear. Could sell earlier podcasts for that. But no you're supposed like if they have red hair you're supposed to associate that with something having sex with. No, I'm serious. Ron Redmond radically bad job ahead. Holy cow, dude. I know, but I'm trying to this is academic. I'm providing information from ancient Greek wisdom, but I'm telling you, look it up guys. It's called memory palace is basically saying if you associate something with either pain or pleasure and have some image that you that you link with that person, you will be more likely to remember their name. I'm I'm just telling you this onset example here. I can't without like, okay. So. No. I can't I can't possibly. That's right. Yeah. I know. But that's right. Because you sound look really weird. Yeah. But remembering people's names is very important to your point. If you take a moment to remind yourself when you're saying their name, you're more likely to remember it now. The other thing that's very powerful. Is I contact right? So there's no. When you're listening to somebody. But you're looking off into the netherworld you're not going to exercise as much influence on people. As if you're like, you got so weird. There's just derail though, if I think of row you looking at Ronald McDonald in his eyes while you impact him squeezing his nose. Ronald read news guarantee. If you do that, you're not gonna forget the dude's name is Ronald. Holy shit and lucky God. Probably regret. Let's move. All. Okay. Let's move on. You're going to get a bunch of Ronald McDonald. Put French fries in his comments section. Bonds like all right. Let's play dress up. I'm the hamburger. I'll be grimace. It may go down as the most. Derailed five minutes. Anybody know what the fuck grimace is? What is worse is yet gumdrops? Oh, your grandma. He's the purple mushroom, isn't he? To think he's like a gumdrops top of the penis. The book is guys we're serving. We are definitely editing. The show who will what is grimace on your phone. I think we need to supply people with the actually I I apologize for wondering what the fuck that was. Yeah. This is a big purple blob. Yeah. It. Yeah. I don't know. Well, apparently, you thought he was a penis. Is that the top of your penis? No, it looks like you're gonna cost some fun. Minute purple. All right. I dude he's the fucking eggplant emoji. That's what I was about to say. Oh. Exactly what I was about to say the way. Yes. Talk about this. I feel like people were miss misunderstanding the egg off on a tangent. No. Because some people think that the green part on the plane emoji is the tip, right? And other people think that the purple parts the tip. But I'm here to set the record straight that the purple part is the tip. The green part is not the tip. Right, right. I appreciate that that that's. How do you? What do you think? Tyler is the is the green part tip on the eggplant emoji or the purple part. I I'm I've always gone the way pretty sure I've never used the green green. I'm not pretty sure I've never used the eggplant emoji in my entire life. No, I'm serious. Yeah. You're like I'll know because dude when it's hard to points up. So on the does I've always thought it was the other way. I don't know that the, but the is the base usually about all this is that I started all of this in unintentionally. But I started this entire entire thing. Because I really want to connect with the pope's you look. Can I ask communicate me your impact? So that they know you care we all right? So grimace, according to Wikipedia, he is a member of the wimpish species this. He's a won't. This was short arms and legs which begs the question. What does a want this? Yeah. If if those we're MRs McDonald's, right? Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. They honestly no idea that things were fry well entity rate ask questions. Ask open ended questions. Ask questions the demonstrate value. Ask follow up questions and don't just try to act. Like, you understand what somebody's trying to say be very honest, very authentic and don't rush through the process, right? And clarify many people ask questions. Yeah. And then they want to get to the next question without even like going into what they just had this. She s podcast like that. Dude, like podcasts where you could tell they're interviewing people off a list of questions. Right. And it's just like, okay. What's that? And the guy answers in the in the host goes, oh also thing don't act like you know, what you're talking about. When you don't right, right? Yeah. That's what can what have you always know what you're talking about. You know, what's funny about that too? I feel like the more successful someone is the more. They're willing to sat on really know that. But my friend knows that or this knows that let's call this guy tech sack guy, you know, because they're secure. I don't know. What else did what are we talking about? Okay. Well, I think I mean, basic shit, obviously to basic. But I mean, just just the bottom line is is that showing a real genuine interest in people. Yeah. Faking it and Dacian. Yeah. You could do all this stuff. We're talking about. And if you don't have that it won't work. That's the problem, you know. And that's that's where people. They've been told that though, right? Like, if you go to any fuck, and sales course or summit or your train in most sales. You get some fucking script. Here's the script. Okay. And I understand that scripture sometimes needed for people to comprehend the way a conversation should go. But the goal isn't to memorize the script. Right. The goal is to understand outline of the way, she go and then use your own tools to make that happen. You know what I mean? Absolutely. And I think that's a, you know, if you really want to become great at making people feel amazing, aka creating a great experience aka selling shit. If you don't care about him up front. You can go through all the techniques you can make eye contact. You could smile you can make good physical contact and do slap on the back or Connecticut reinforcement or remember their names, all this other shit, and it won't matter. It'll still be fake. Absolutely. You know what I mean? And that's that's what's not taught. Hot and people are smarter now than they were thirty years ago. It's just a fact do we had access to so much more transparency and so much more information that if you if you just try to do the way like some of these older books, and he's older things. Tell you to do it. You're going to be you're gonna look real silly. Because you're going to be this robotic thing. And let me tell you something too. When you're starting out. It's gonna feel robotic like, let's say couple of these people listening. We'll take my vice and go get a retail job which most of them won't because they think they're too good for it. But the people that do because they're committed to getting better, the people do first of all you should second of all good for you for doing it. Third of all. We I do it. It's gonna feel weird man. Like, it feels weird as fuck like I didn't step on a sales floor and be like the ultimate sales guy was fucking terrible for a number of reasons. One. I didn't care about the person. All I cared about selling shit because I didn't have any money, and because I didn't have any money money was important. And because money was important. I cared about the money. So the person you see what I mean? So when I dumped that thinking because I got to a point where we were so far in business that I wasn't making any money. And I started realized that when I dumped that shit. I'm like fuck it. You know, what I just want to help people? And when I when I went to that mentality. You have to be interested in people to help them. Right. And this is how I learned this. It wasn't from some course, or somebody telling me this. It was literally from go. If I had figured this out on day one business versus date ten years. Your ten in business. Which is you know, if you go back and listen to other podcasts. That's why I tell you the first ten years my business. I fucking was terrible. I was the epitome of someone who didn't care about people. I wasn't mean to people, but all I wanted to do with sell him shit. Right. And I I remember I would make little games. I'm lucky I'm still in business in in in that way. Because of the way I handle myself. I wasn't immoral. I just didn't care about those people. I cared about what they bought, you know. And I guess that is a little bit immoral now that I'm thinking about it. I used to play games with myself. And be like, dude. I bet I can get this person to do this this and this right? And you know, what I usually could. But they never came back. And they certainly didn't get results. I'm not proud to say that I'm telling you guys that because I fucked it up, you know, and it wasn't until I fucked it up so bad, and we weren't making any money to rouse a point where it was like, I either half to move on to something better. That's gonna make me money or I'm going to have to reside myself to being broke. And what I thought about was the the two or three or ten success stories that I really loved like I thought about like, all right? I could go work construction. I could go do this. I could go do that go clean carpets and that will make more money. But. I remember like the five or ten people that I really helped you know, what I mean that really that really really I save their life by helping them get shit, right? And how that made you feel. Yeah. And I thought about it. And that's what made me say, you know, what? Because I always wanted to be rich, man. You know what I mean? Yeah. And it made me say to myself, you know, what maybe I wasn't. And this is before I knew before I believe that I was in control of my outcomes and things like that. I actually thought I'm like all right? Well, I guess I wasn't meant to be one of these wealthy people. But I got a pretty cool job. Right. The help people do these amazing things. And so I said, and I remember talking to Chris about this. I said, dude, you know, what I think we should just do this even if we don't make that much money. We'll be able to make enough money to live, and it'll be fun. And it'll be cool, and we'll be able to make a difference and do when I dump that when I dumped that into our indoor company holy shit. Dude. We grew. We grew a hundred percent five years in a row, and literally the worst economy that has ever existed in the United States. Two thousand eight eight nine ten eleven twelve hundred percent. A year off changing fucking the mentality of going from. Worried about selling a bunch of shit to actually helping people get some sort of result. And making sure that I did. So in such a way that they couldn't help, but tell other people about it, and the reason that they couldn't help and tell people about is because it was so fucking real and genuine that they had to tell people, right? That's awesome. So that's what changed for me. And. And that's what I learned that, you know, we talk about this. I think the morality of money, I think we did a podcast on it or something like that. Now, you're going to school. That's way old. Yeah. But we talked about it. You know, that's where I realized that all the shit that I have been taught, you know, about money being evil. If you make a lot of money, you're evil. You know, all bull shit dude in this day and age in this fucking economy and the way information shared and the connection an instant report, the incident ability to connect with other people and for them to tell them about you and your business and their results in their experience with you. If you're making a lot of money right now in your there's a ninety eight percent chance that you're either a completely fucking screwing people, which means you're not gonna make a lot of money long-term or be you. You are. Doing an amazing service for people that's actually changing them actually benefiting actually improving their existence and actually solving a problem. And if that's you you are going to continue to grow and flourish, and you don't have to worry about competition. Absolutely. You know? And I want to touch on something I said completely screwing people. Do there's a lot of ways to fucking do that right now? There's a lot of people doing it. Hey, here's this product. And they they sell them. They sell them the. You know, the quick fix whenever the quick fix. It's because people want that and and then the deliver some bullshit, and then people never from you again. And that's you're able to do that right now. Short term, lots of people are doing it some big fucking names or doing it. But those people are not gonna fucking sustain. They're not going to be here. Long term. They're gonna they're gonna make their money. They're going to get exposed. They're gonna have backlash and they're going to be done. And I've seen that we've seen it in businessman, we've seen it. It's not too hard echinacea dozen people that I've seen that we're on top of the world that aren't shit anymore because that mentality. So I've I'm and I'm seeing people who were even small that are making a great impact because they actually care and those people, and this is what's great. They won't have to work for nineteen twenty years to fifteen years like I did to make successful business because they had these tools now the ca- greatly accelerated their business, but we have to understand as though. Oh, same tools can kill you. Just as fast, you know. And so it's always wanting to do what's right by people. And when you don't do what's right by people. You either got to fix it right away. Are you going to suffer the consequences? And I actually like that. I think it's the right way to be. That means you're intense. You should always be on point. If your intention is I'm going to consult people this, and then I'm going to sell them that and then I'm gonna selling this almost. So that dude your your life cycle and business is going to be short. It's going to be short. And you might make a lot of money today. You might make a lot of money this year. You might even do it for a couple years, but eventually words going to get out and you're going to be done. But if you do it, right? If you do it with integrity for doing it the right way. They exactly opposite will happen. You people will talk. Good people will spread the word. People will bring you other people and your business will grow just as fast. So if you're young right now, and you're looking at like Andy for Sela, and you say fuck, dude, I wanna be where he is. Or I want to be where am my lead is, but at my let's forty eight years old and Andy's thirty nine or thirty eight you know, these these things when you're twenty years old. You you're not going to have to put in the fucking twenty years because we didn't have these tools. You know, what I mean by absence sorts going to celebrate the amount of time. So like, you can't let the time really scare you from doing it. Because you're timeframe is going to be so much shorter than mine are so much shorter than ED's instead of fifteen years. It could before years instead of fifteen years it could be five years five years sounds like a long time. But I'm gonna tell you right now five years goes by. So fast. You know, you know, this. Absolutely. And and when you're twenty dude five years sounds like a fucking lifetime. Yeah. You know? But you're right. It does go fast. I feel like the last three years of just blown by just to do it. And we're fourth year. Yeah. It's crazy. I'll tell you of all the great things that you said one thing that really struck out in my mind from you talk. And is the fact that once you decided to make it about helping people once you decided to make it about doing the right thing. It was almost like you were infused with this near invulnerable sense of confidence. And what I want to say is that you know in this in this environment. Everybody von knows, what's right, and what's wrong. Yeah. They know it they can they can deny it. But they know us we're right. But I think in this environment I form, and and you know, you're very strong personality. I I'm not what I would call, you know, one of the alpha people around here. But one of the things that I've always told people's I said, you know, what I'm not afraid to talk to anybody. I can talk to the president of the United States. I could talk to the waiter at at the local bar and sometimes you'll you'll talk be talking to people about that. And they'll say man, Atty. Get that self confidence. And I think it's going exactly to what you're saying. Which is really you know, what the key to self confidence. Is not focused on focusing on yourself. The the key to self confidence. In many cases, is just putting the focus on other people at helping them and having nothing to hide your hand agenda. It's your intent. Right. And so by asking questions by asking these these open ended questions these questions that reveal value these questions that help you understand where people are coming from what they're all about your putting all the emphasis on that person. So you're not going to be self conscious. You're not going to be worrying about oh, what do they think about me? And that gives you just a supreme confidence that makes you extremely attractive to people and extremely impactful at the pre the reason people the reason that you're able to connect with people that way is the intent is always morally in a good spot. Right. Right. So so when you're intent, for example, like. This is I'm just gonna use this because I think a lot of the men in this listening to podcast will I will get this. You see an attractive female in the grocery store. Why are you afraid to talk to her? The reason you're afraid to talk to her because you fucking wants something from her right, which is sex, right. If you eliminated the idea that that you want something from her, and you just said, do I have a genuine compliment to give or I have a conversation have or you're just looking at that person as another human that pressure is gone. All right. And the reason that you're nervous to reason that you're scared the reason that you have trouble making a sales call or talking to a good lookin' female or a male for you girls, which is okay to go up to guys. Well, the reason that you're nervous because your intent is in a place that you don't want them to see right, right? And when you don't want them to see your intent now, it's not genuine, and so you've got to like do this act. But if you know, your intense, right it the conversation is easy thousand percent. You are so right. Yeah. Since weight increase, your confidence is to just you agenda. That's right. Yep. Stop having an agenda. Stop having expert. Tation stopped needing to have. You know, what it is? You think you want from that person? And how about this get to know him? And I know a lot of you guys were thinking like oh, dude. But that girl just puts me in the friend zone. Look mother fucker you're talking to the wrong chicks. Then you know, what I'm saying? The reason you get in the friend zone because you fucking go from being a normal person. You don't treat them like a normal person? You're treating them like you put him on some fucking pedestal pretend that that girl is a fucking dude. Give her some shit make fun or a little bit get to know, her know what the fuck she's reading. No, no what she's doing in life and and stop thinking about just getting pussy, and guess what? You'll get some say coming like, it's just a hard thing. It's like stop trying to stop expecting this shit from everybody. Like, the reason you're free to come talk to me and public is because you probably want something for me, you probably want some sort of information for me or you want. You got it in your head. Dude. If you just wanted meet somebody and talk to them, it's not that fucking hard. The reason it's hard because your intent is not aligned with how it should be. Absolutely. You know, and that's it. And do you wanna exceleron that even more you want to accelerate? The the dilution of your fear of talking people. Make your tent of bring value to that person. Now, they have no reason you have you have now, you don't even you have nothing to be afraid of and not only do you have nothing to be afraid of you have everything to gain because you know, that your intent is to improve that person's life. So now, you have an obligation to talk to that person. Right. You see what I'm saying? I can tell when you want something from do. And honestly, people could tell when you're just there to help. Right. Right. Absolutely. And along the lines of that relationship just provide value with not without an agenda. People think providing values like, oh, well, I got to like tad them in my Instagram post. Like, I know what I'm saying man, dude value could be anything we make someone laugh. It could be right making someone feel good by telling them that. You know, you you. I really like your shoes or I really like your outfit or you. Look, really nice. Hey, I do you wanna learn how to communicate dude list you want to practice on how to get better at this? Go to your grocery store, every motherfucker that you see find something that you think is positive about it walk up to them with no fucking expectation payment genuine complement and walk the fuck away and you'll get good at this. You see what I'm saying? Absolutely the old grandma with her. You know, hey, I really like your coat. It looks really nice. You look really well put together as you should know that and then walk. Away up. You know what I mean? I I if you deliver it in a way, that's not creepy and not weird. If you're kind of off off the cuff authentic, people will value if your intent is right. Yeah. You will not ever be creepy. Right. People will be like damn. That's a really nice guy. Right. That's a cool guy. And you're gonna stand out so much right now because people are stuck to their phones, and the social media society and all the shit that. They don't have those connections. You know what I mean? So now, you're at a situation where there's a huge advantage because you could stand out more. So absolutely man longer yet. They in half. Our eighteen. Oh, oh, that's not too bad. Yeah. We'd better stop. Yeah. But we'll stop. I'm thinking you were gonna say it. Our fifty one close. You're the pastor you close. The sundays. Well, I you remember name. So let's review we talked about. What are we talking about? We talked about von having sex with Ronald McDonald and making sure that when you when you have sex that it's painful, and you look in the is right. Point of this whole conversation memory palace. And then you'll give me a little bit more credit. All right. What was a real review? No, excuse me. So just in terms of macro stuff. You know, align your intent provide value that will give you great confidence. Great moral clarity. And then specifically you just want to you know, you wanna ask open ended questions you want to ask questions that demonstrate value? So that you can learn what matters to that person. So that you can treat them like they mattered to you. And then asking follow up questions that are for the purpose of clarifying. So that you can comprehend so that you can connect. And if you do that, you really going to make an impact on people's lives, you're going to sell you're gonna make money, but you're also gonna you're going to exercise tremendous influence will will make you think you're so much only successful. There's so many points in podcast, you surpri, like, I'm not just saying I don't say about every podcast. But this is one that he'd go back and take notes threw for sure for sure so guys. From the Ronald McDonald fucker and myself. Happy Sunday sermon, we love you. We appreciate you. Thank you so much for making this podcast. What it is. You know, we're one of the few podcasts doesn't run ads, and we don't market in our success in this in. This message has everything to do with you guys sharing. It. I appreciate that. Because it makes me extremely proud. It makes me know that a you guys are on the same page as us be. You're paying the fee that we ask which is if you have value in episode, please share it. But most of all I think there's a lot of pride because it's like do we're beating the shit out of people who spend millions of dollars a year in advertising based off of what you guys are doing for us. And I can't tell you what that means for us. So I have a great Sunday genuine. Thank you from Vaughn Tyler. And I and I will see this coming week.

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Electrum Radio Episode 5  Stephen Monnet

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Electrum Radio Episode 5 Stephen Monnet

"He ready to amplify your happiness relationships and finances than it's time to turn a dial and get ready to live with more passion and experience more freedom with your host, rob sme-. Welcome to electron radio where we talked to business owners of all levels of success working hard to make their dreams a reality. We'll talk about their passions their failures and success stories. They help you on your path to achieving your dreams. Electro radio begins now. All right. Let's up everybody. That's rob. With electron radio the Chicago villain art show this weekend been traveling a lot lately, but I tracked down one of my buddies the one and only Stephen Monet sexy motherfucker from Little Rock Arkansas getting old fast. We've been hitting the road for a couple of years now. Right. We've been we've been child. This right here. Three year anniversary. This is our three year anniversary yet we Senate that big table that George Jonah whatever place a pizza place, and then you had to do what we had dinner with Craig. And he was like you kick it with James Mullins boy was like not that's not James. Yeah. That's my way. You had James good do bro Sunday sleep. But we came pretty good friends man over the last three years we've been doing stuff together, we did some t shirts together talk to each other quite a bit talk to each other online all time college the phone text back and four keep real staying as mayor BNB's together. Yeah. So we've been Rohde's for a little bit. Yeah. We've had some conversations. So I thought I thought man is a good due to get on the podcast talk about stuff because you've got an interesting story. Right. You can't from a hard pretty hard life. I mean, I don't really feel like that. You don't feel like that? I mean, I know it's like now that I'm like thirty five years old. I'm realize not everybody experienced the same type of shit. But I know a lot of mother fuckers really down this. A higher light. It was just different. I felt like I had a hard life, and I still feel like I had a hard life. But when I heard your story owes like bail. I do you have a hard life at all this both fuck really had a hard life. See I feel like everybody experienced south too weird to me some hard very hard. I would just like going through it. It went chill already with succeeded. When I was making it that I was like deal mushoo was fucked up. I know I know when we were in Chattanooga talking. What we're at that tattoo nougat show was a couple years ago or say, and we stayed in the Airbnb together, and we were like, you know, late. Dr early early. Talking and stuff, and you were telling me some stories and stuff, and I was like damn do. That's hard core stuff, bro. You know in over the years, then everybody would be like man because I tell people so they wanna I started ten like, I don't want people to get the wrong idea about me side, just Intel. Nobody nothing about me. I just love it was quiet just doing TAT's Chillan. And then once started making some real friends if you will be like talking staying up late getting fucked up, and then I might just tell a story and everybody would be like J O. Do they hear a little bit? It'd be like write a book. Let's just told you a story, right? Brooke? You should you. Should I want to write a book about my life? But I think you have a I think you have an interesting story. And so so tell me like, let's talk to people a little bit about Little Rock, Arkansas. Like because I think probably a lot of people don't don't really know Little Rock Arkansas for what Little Rock Arkansas really is. Tell me how it is growing up out there. I mean, I'm from outside a little right? But then I grew up in the foster care system bouncing in and out of some group homes and little distilleries and stuff in inside a Little Rock and surrounding class county area. I'm not sure one hundred percent share on statistics. But you can look it up. It's going to be in the top ten the five three most dangerous cities in the US, you know, murder per capita violent crime, probably like seven out of ten people victims and shit. So what kind of stuff was doing when he was running around, you know, in your younger days, but I quit school in sixth grade. Yeah, I was buck in. I mean in the in the first grade, you quit school in the first grade nine the first grade, I got kicked out of school a stabbed motherfucker. Right. This is getting real we're gonna get real. Let's start a story. Let's go to the first grade. So I was like man I went to the school was real this is in the eighties eight late eighties. It was little is racists out there for they saw. It was in the South Carolina, though, then a fucking rode the bus and regular bus used to come pick out a black kids up and shortlist came pick. The white kids up, and then we'd drop us off at the same at Saint spot racist spot. So they wouldn't put white kids and black kids on the same bus just in my neighborhood. And where was that at and South Carolina like somewhere, I was in first grade somewhere like what we're what year was this in roughly eighty nine like in the late eighties early ninety eighty nine in Sudan bucking it was like. It was the hardest school where it was. We was the minority for sure white inner city school, right? And then Mansan a lot of fights these kids that I was hanging out with then is other kids. Come in the cafeteria like MC hammer was tight and like that type shit of haircuts kid had plenty haircut. The kid that I was hanging without his buddy like pointed out of a system about he had the gold at the hi lo type shit. Looks like stairs on his air. The do is mad about it. So then they beat us up in the hallway. There was in the sixth grade fifth grade. And so the beauty ran away got away, you know, ram to the principal's office. It's like yo some like someone be deceptive slight what they look like as like, oh, no was older than me. This black. Everybody's like. Shit. So nobody didn't they do that couldn't do about it. You know? Nobody's father, you know, who did it. And so fucking. Just had the kids was mad about it though. They wasn't letting it go be sub one time. Then the next time it's seen as these three dues. They like beat the stuff. Again, does fucks. I told told my mom like man, these kids be me two days in a row so told Mme day was so crazy. He's piece of shit. Right. Says like he was like, yeah. You let somebody beat you up. So he'd be. Yeah. He's like you got beat up beat you up for this year. Get beat up. He yes, he sounds like day. Never got till evolve. Got beat up again this. She told Dan via fuck you. What school the next day at K beat me up again, he's like three days in a row, and I got fucked up. So I went to win the next day. I woke up early. I'm getting ready for school house, like women moms room, brushing, my teeth came out, my dad had all these knives and shit on top of the dresser. You know what I'm saying? And I like seeing them knife. And I was I'm in the first grade like I don't really know about nice. But I know my fucker would soar nobody fucking with him you notice this. I'll let grads big ass knife like sticking pocket like zoo. Some type of switchblade type shit like flipped out. But so then brought at the school to kids like me and my little homie up on while. I like pulled the knife out when I pushed it cut off the rim. Just like, so then I like stead at one time in arm dropped me. Then ran to the president's office and told on me and was like the white kids stabbing me would have made. And the police came kick near the school. Did they arrest? You like call your parents. Then your dad looked your ass again. Probably man that was that was bad by their whole sob was expelled from school, though. Right. Like there was of course shit, but it wasn't done. And then I was expelled from school. And they fuck in. Dads slimy in room for first grade to the third grade, I ain't going to school in none for two years to go to the second grade. And then in the third grade right before to third grade when this one mood to Little Rock, then we wouldn't in South Carolina gnome way wouldn't expelled from school. My mom had like some type of probably like some home school license shit and South Carolina. This how the got away we'll keep me locked in a room for a whole two years ago and saying then fucking. They've got to Little Rock and hadn't started going back to public school got back into the public school system. Now what I was like, obviously, I was fucked up in the head. Elected Rupel, two years. How much different was Little Rock than South Carolina. How much of a change was that for you? It was different because it was like where was that? It was like country, and I heard he was like in South Carolina. It'd be nine Little Rock Little Rock is country. Well now, but we was outside a Little Rock. So it was like it was like country Little Rock country to lay spread out and. Yes. So then got out there. And I was getting in trouble. And I started fucking would we'd early like probably like oh. No, really, I Keiser radio. Eleven years old. He was smoking. When you live, bro, got a frac. I put on probation net. Eleven. Like, so I was a smoker. We will move home ease. I was doing Fiji. That's how I got into our shit read. Like, I started with the fucking shit. I was doing some shit me Mahomes tagged out he's building. So this what do like Thome subconscious something school? That was the it was her Grandpa's laundromat at some we tagged the whole Saturday and shit. So she told grandpa her grip while it caught. 'cause the mo- homeboy read me out. We went guy on probation had to repaint the buildings of color that there were whatever and you're eleven. Yeah. And that's kind of win the whole fund star with men on probation. I ever since I'm not just got off. You just got the bracelet off. Now, you need to go. Get a wristband tattooed on your ankle. See like lifetime criminals doing this. I can't do it. You know? He's I I had all these tests started getting techno so it's coming in some shit, though. Let's so. Yeah. So then I don't even know what happened after that. So he was spoken. We yes, we oh. Yes. Selling we to school celery. Do the kids at school. I was in sixth grade. I'll sell weed. I was fighting all the time. I was like Dylan shit. And then also kids like, you know. Borrow your pen Limbaugh pin, I'll get here. And then I'll talking to somebody else he gets done with the pennies. We wanna put out dropping in that backpack. So under this front pocket, and I had all this weed in there. It's all we. And a teacher see this this. No shoes like y'all to both those men have. But you have to go to the office. They should such grabs us up. She got us by the arm. Whatever Martinez down the hall. She got weeded ahead. You know to be she's I'll Varsha just down the hallway to the office. And I'll just like, Dave. I we're about to go to jail shit. You know? Soft bucket grad, we snatched the we push the bitch over. The principal was in the hallway he tried to rush visa but pushed him over. And then when I'm ran down the street, and then got away whatever. But you know, I was expelled from school then. And then just never went back. You'd never went back to school at all. After six grade six grade edge case. She I never knew that. I'm just learning. The first time today we thought one time. No one time when I was eighteen nineteen then I was. I was one of the try. I wanted to try to do everything I really want to try to do someone my life. But I was like faking like I wanted to try to do some life and everybody my age that I was friends with was like going to college and sit like this is like damn I want to go to college took the ACT scored good enough barely to get into college community, college that all my friends is going to and I just paid for it. It was like eighteen hundred semester some shit like that, you know, what I'm going to it was expensive but night, I was drug dealer went too expensive. So you must have went back and got your GED or something at some point in time. I was in jail. Yeah. Yeah. Because when I was in the foster care, so. Yeah. So sixth grade when I got kicked out of school. Sorry things all of the face. You know, when I got kicked as school. Then, you know, then the court system in my house burned down tell you that story though. Oh, yeah. Damn. I can't believe we tell them all this shit on live radio. We're not alive right now. But we I'm not going to edit any of this out. Yeah. It's whatever. The artist house. Yeah. It down. That's why you don't want to. Twenty seven years. Got her on the bus you out on on. Right now. Tell your mom, you looked at least is right there to China story. Twenty year old cry. Statute of limitations on ours. So yeah, I was getting kicked out of school out of time. I got in a fight or you know, teach you as some dumb shit got fucking kick that a school. Then a fuck it. I saw fucking Ford's note. Come Adele, crazy. Like that dude, bro. Just to one time. He made me cut the whole front yard with a pair of scissors. It took three days of his. Yeah. What time this shit did? Like, he let the whole Beck yard grow up to this year. It was like a waste high went to the flea market assumption. But one of them sickles like nineteen twenty six hem yet. They're like swing blogging this ship, bro. Challenge. But I was bad as fucked too, though, you know, what I'm saying like forgive the fuck many times 'cause I'm like, I guess kids too. So I know it's hard. I wanna beat the fuck out of those mother fuckers, but I'm like. Shit. Maybe he took it too far. But sometimes there's a grown, man. You don't even know what to do. Yes. In. I wanna tell them a pop fuck you got kicked out of school against book force note. And then when my mom and dad went to work, I would like act like I was going to school. And then when I went to work, then I'll just go chill. Crib. Like, watch TV's. We. We. Sorta fuck get out there and everybody thinks of his school or nobody knows difference. It's like three clock in the afternoon. Fucking going kitchen those like Modeste always like fucking shit as something or whatever there was like some type of propane towards blow toys shit on the kitchen table. And I was like fascinated with fires kid already burn myself a million times like like, let me like this book twitch of and I had to cast turned on the way up full blast. You know what I'm saying? I snap the lighter in front of it. And that shit was like. On it. But it was like too much guests turn it up to the flame. It's just like real flame. They like a blow toys flames like loose s flame. And it was just like it was like shooting four feet mom had likes weakest decorations, like some straw broom. Or some shit hanging on the wall of flames boom like. I was like oh shit inside turn to guess off a set the torch down fucking like grad broom, while dude on the outside on the patio like stop this shit out. And I was like fuck fucked up, bro. Digging new I was home. Hey, this content. Dance. I like grad broom, I like go like put it out. Go throw it in the trash Cambrai lift up a bag of trash and throw it on the bottom of the trash cannon and put the trash back on it. So like when they go to trash mmg takes trash out of something. He don't see the burnt broom in there. I was going to be like lilac motherfucker like ONA what happened. Yes. It up like kids. Go back inside and the ones like black is fuck from the soot Luger's. Size like deal going to wash it off on Grissom. Mama's watched classes shit like fuck like wash should've law. Br I have was like floor nine spray on this shit. Like, the paint with spirit of black was everywhere. I finally got it all kind of cleaned off. Definitely looks suspect. The rags was black as flux third rags in the trash so I opened a door to go through the trash. The Hoeger is on fire that broom little spark some caught the trash can trash now by Karaz by shoot flame, the the whole garages borough. It was flamed up to the sky. Like, the whole sidewall, and I was like damn crying. Like fuck. I was like like ten years old something, you know, what? I mean. Just right before I got expelled from school. Like, this was like this kind of way lid to that shit. You know, I was like nine or ten because I mean who's already poor, and then I brought shit to the ground and everything we had to the grill. We'd have to brushes the whole house burned down. Yeah. Man and win up and was like it just went up by tons of fire department and the wind was blowing hearts like the garage is flame hard, and it just caught the top of the house on fire from the roof. And so then the roof the burn, and it was just like slowly burning towards the ground and even the stuff underneath that didn't burn all the way down. It wasn't salvageable concert and water. Just you know, when they finally put it now, they do that. What everything was done, nothing and. Linda hotel for little second money ran out fez. And then like, so then the insurance parents had just tried to buy his first home buyer. I house. Said that money in bertish vegetated ground. So when to go there, though, what police and the fire department so went so so really happen though. So right, then when the places on fire, I'm little kid, a math down crying. You know what I'm saying? And the school bus comes by and the police show up like way before the fire department even showed up the police air and like someone called nine one one. And so the neighbor had already ran thought I got off the school bus because the school buses ran by right, then and nobody I don't know if the school just never said, nobody said that. And you know, what I'm saying? So everybody thought I was at school that day. I just got school bus to places already on fire for whatever reason, and they like brisk from nesh it, and then when the police get there, so then fire investigators get they say 'cause from electrical fire in the garage in the garage and the house on connected. So like blame it on my dad, and I was like fuck that motherfucker. Hated him. And they got a divorce. Fuck them. Now, I'd like we lived in a tent with an hotel lived in a little town on the property in the bubble lived in a tin. For a little second. Like because like the insurance guests like probably paid off the loan or the mortgage or some you know, what I mean? But it ain't like. Right. And even in that time, they couldn't even figure out what they was going to do. You know, what I'm saying what the smart move would have been probably to get off their shit said whatever's left give what you get as a down payment on a new place and start over from scratch. You know what I'm saying? Just take you loss was just like, nah, we're going to build new shit, whatever. Whatever had us living in temp for like few weeks Lee bought like one of them looked camper trailers like little month. Fuck bro smaller than this booth. Whole family in there. How many four family four? Yeah. So it's like his Cran had opened the door to put your pants on. Fuck in. So that's when I was like we was doing bad now is already into a little bit. We like new some people like hung out with some like all the kids, and they was like we dealers and drug dealers and the pants drug dealers shit, and it's like damn like do that like make more money than both? My parents put together a bad of this little camper trailer day, notice it awfully they're real white trash mother fucker, you know, to say for the other side of the track shit and a little camper trailers shit right down house that hard shit. And so yeah, did that. And then. Got expelled from school. Then the court system was super CR living situation in trouble all the time. Single, mama. My dad have a marital issues. My little brothers like tiny little he's like four something. And they like man like we got step in like about to take both your kids away. You know what I'm saying? Like, you got to do some mom just pretty much like a can't control. Dissolve the kids can't control Steve yet lose out of control that control off the chain. Yeah. And they know mmj like a bad situation because I like probably like came class niche, Donald you know, what I'm saying fuck this do like beast type shit, whatever whatever and it was like get away from that show. Like can't be having kids around the shifts like threat, and my mom, basically wall moved away gotta own spot. And then to like, save my brother, save his life. He's still had a chance. Good. Yeah. He ain't never been no for life. No, use the fucker. He's he's a he works. He actually he worked for psych would in the hospital for juveniles so impatient. There's he's helping therapies yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He's doing saying shit. Yeah. Inspired completely opposite of inspired. My fuck assist sister eighties. So you've kid. Yes. She moved away to save them. DHS put me in the in the system, and I was like in some group homes, not like with a family, no shit like a bunch of dudes kids of twenty five kids like living in one house. We like to workers to social workers on their rotating shifts shit, and so kids still not getting a lot of attention, and in the inner city and all of them was like worst worse mother worse life, and they all hated life. You know what I'm saying? It was all doing bad shit. I was doing bad shit. I hated living there don't want to live with these month. Fuckers? You know what I'm saying? Like fuck this shit and want wanna go to school or do nothing. So I run away all the time run away from these group homes. Some was like where you're locked up. Some of them was way your in house, and you're kind of not locked up. We've kind of locked up side run away from that shit. Then I'd be like hanging out with friends of bitches like fucking bitches. And should you know eleven twelve years old and. Know getting by like staying with different people living on the street. And then I would like either get caught up somehow like commit a crime something get caught up with the police. Get arrested go to juvenile jail for whatever few weeks few days, a few months, whatever go back to some type of civility like whether it be mental facility type of shit. You know, hospital therapy type shit or jail or group home or foster care and kept bouncing around like deaf for a minute. Commit? So. So then one day MAC tell all so one day, I go to fuck in some moms dads separated. You know what I'm saying? She's got her own spot. Her brother. And she don't have custody down got custody. Emmy, no, more state does. So then moms. She's let talk to me. But she really ain't supposed be fucking with me. I'm not only can't live with her. No shit. You know what? I mean, it's supposed to be going with the visitation order type shit or whatever. But I wasn't going. I wouldn't stay in the system. I was running away all the time and then being in the streets and then go on to jail. So she basically just like. It'd be nice. If you dislike one, it'd be nice. If you just do the right thing, right, right? Real trouble. Yeah. But it would be also nice. If you just like highly me once in a while, and let me know that at least you alive because I know you're out there pushing it to the max you though to saying so you'd probably end up dead or whatever. And just one know you are eight side like come through every once in a while like on a certain Sundays like we would have the setup Sundays, and I'll come through mom cook it up, you know, good meal a needed this shit. I'd like homeless little bum gypsy kid three. I was already doing TAT's. You know what I'm saying? This has got in the ten. The fuck is in the group poems, and the fuss all these like gang bangers kids like some of these kids in like street gangs, like some real shit. We'll street Crips and on type shit like that little white GP's shit. And they fuck in. You know, they could draw. I was always drawn. I was a little weird little white kid in the corner drawing little weird shit. And they'd be like, oh, you should do a tad on beside like, stick and poke. You know, what I mean and my own needle and thread kid that type of stuff on me scratch smother fuck and TAT's, then people fucking burn shit him people done at all back, then now just make, you know, twenty bucks, fifty bucks, whatever. So then is coming up doing this shit. And I never even. Associated chat. Tune with anything. The show selling nickel bag. We me. Right. I mean like, I didn't even think about it. So then keep going so go, see my moms or whatever. And then she feed me. So one day I'm going over there. And like I'm living in the city. Mom's lives way on the country. Right. Like legit. We'd go wait outside these this little business where like you go in and pay your gas Bill real quick ima fuck is just pulled up and leave keys in the car car. Running. Maybe go pay to guest cooped up in the corner. And the cut of the alley. They run out jump gonna car skirt. Like driving to stay to the country. You dump it off in the woods somewhere. You know to be. Just goes walked him a mom's house this year. And then maybe like either get ride it's still another car and give back to the city associate. Sorry like stole a car. Drove out to mom's house to get out. There walked is cold, and everything whatever but get out there, but dads trucks, they're like my, man. Work things out will mom fuck in or something, you know. So I like I I was discouraged. I was like damn owning wanna go up in there. Like, I know he wanna fight already. And then saw only want to go up in there, then but I was like man stole a car walked. Meal like these dishes. So I was like fuck Hugo go to walk into the driveway. He has seen me he ran out. There was already like calm. You names like bitch s but it whatever whatever and like ran up on me saw like thought he was going to try to hit me size wanted to get ready to fight through my little scape. Way back when through the skateboard back took a weird bounce a little football. And then bounce right into his truck big as did the door, and I'll just like J O. I need to do that. Like, I wouldn't even try to be that hard. Now, you really pissed him. Oh, I'll look at it. They do look like now kill you. Like, I mean, he's fucking put the hands on. So we got into it. Started fighting my mom ran out there because I was like her spot, you know, she's independent woman now, and she's not having all that drama adder spot him to see runs out there. She breaks it up real quick. Choose like told me to go in the house. And then she's like tell us she gonna call the police on both of us like this her house, you ain't gonna be fighting here with all your crazy, bullshit, whatever whatever. So then going house, and like I'm already a gangsta by then committed some felonies, you know, armed robbery, whatever it's shit. I got a gun. I'm fucking what running with gangbangers. I'm doing TAT's bucket some drug dealer, I'll type shit sa- fucking. I go in the back room. I got a little pissed off pulled a pistol out. I'm thinking. Obviously troubled youths. I think I'm gonna kill this by the fucking tired of shit like blows month book brains out so month like was like him. My mom was fighting and shit an argument, and he's like China, you know, bits as month fucking shit, and she's always taken up for him. He whatever whatever, and he like kind of pushed her maybe pushed to maybe he didn't really know, you know, she might be no no women's dramatic to say she might he might barely test. Is she likes through a cellphone floor like? She's foul started cry. He hit whatever. And I was just looking for a reason, you know, what I mean? And then he sat down to the recliner. And I like came around the corner. I'm like, I'm not sued this dude in my little brother. He was like five or something he's like laying on the floor. And I was like, man. Can't shoot them. All right, brother. You know what I'm saying? They looked kids like debt. Unnoticed domain, those sensor is like fuck it. I hit him with this. So you don't pistol with your dad. Well, then we case. The war this shoot euro, brother them, then I gotta live with us. Let me just hit him with a fist so cracks visit Saturday head from behind didn't even say what hit him with the pistol. And knocked him out cold. What hit he like fill out the recliner face. I plan in the floor. And I was scared. I was like fucked up with I do wakes up. He's gonna kill me. Over to chase started to wake up like. And you like. Every child who move out just crack his ass like stay sleep. Well, logan. It's so mar got tired. Bless you trying to come in there and good. So it was like no cellphones back. Then you know, what I'm saying one phone is on the wall. And I was right there. Two hours like posted right by hand on the wall like house fucking stomping dues brains out shit. What bucket? She tried to grab a phone, and I was being crazy and I like ripped off while to downs like this give wait three flat. Kill you. Man. I was I was I was letting it all out, man. It's when the most is out there, you know, you had a lot of anger and animosity built up from that dude for all years, just do, bro. When I was locked up in that room. Do come in there every day three o'clock, you'd be home from work. You like me in front of the window would open the window. There was nothing in the room. But it bid in a desk. You know, what I'm saying no close with no. Thanks. Thanks. When. I wouldn't have closed and their win the toys, and there was nothing in there. So you come in there. Put this chair in front of the window auto kids, beginning off the blessing shit. He'd be like kind of like slap boxing me around like beam me up a little bit while I'm going to chair like Ciano kids getting off west running around the neighborhood playing shit. USO fucking stupid. You know, ask a puppy up there. Play to every day for two years. So you hate that. I mean, he got Latin moist shifting that men's dues crazy grill. One time man I'll smoke in a cigarette. He caught me smoking. See I was probably like nine years old ten years. I know this young and I'll probably sure as a print is real stressful with your eight year old and smoking cigarettes. Lassad? Did it, you know, saying fuck oversight? Telling me, you ain't going to be able to run some shit. I said. Wrote fast. So he just stepped right? He was getting the truck, and he like grad is big ask Qatar strap like this leather guitar strategy like told me to the college. And there was a big ass. This is like ten thirty at night like I'll smoke cigarettes out in the guard at nine o'clock at night that my parents sleep with some shit, you know, Cottigny fuck in. So he's lecture me about smoke cigarettes as smart enough. He takes me to the track at the college. He puts to start line. He says I'm gonna give you half track. Headstart you ready go a take off run it. Right. I get to the curb. The most books is who are called. We'll fuck chasing down. Strap Qatar stress swaggie to grow like well, fuck David glide, sit right. Like the sleek read up behind you. And when I hear them coming. He was running fast. Come up behind you. What right across Becker two legs back something strap when you eat the concrete road buying like fucking hit. You about six times. Pop. Pop. Pop. Pop pop be like. Be like ready, ready, ready, go go I'm coming for you. I'm calling chased down. And let them do it. Like, I'm dumb. I love doing like six times. And then one time got up beat up. Pretty good. I'm bleeding a lot. He's like, you're ready. Go running and then I get to the curve, and he was like your combo that. I just kept going straight eighty would hit. Fuck. It went off track red oh joke defense, I'll done brand through the neighborhood got up out of there was gone to the police SICOM. Yup. Something and then I got put back home. Whatever. I'll see you didn't go back home that night. Now, you just bail got caught up had to go back to school. Whatever I did. Choose crazy mail is due. He kinda earned that Pistole Wilson saw pistol whipped. Oh, fuck in my mom's like to my brother and her locked him in Rome fuck in caught a police while China police got there still bucking him up. That's a long time. I don't know how long it is. But if you start a fight with somebody you fucked up until the police get there, that's a long time. Eddie tile. Oh, yeah. Kid the police coming door and told me put the gun down step away. And I did. And then they arrested me, and I did a two years in a like a series finished prison for Julie's. Child's sixteen got out of that shit. Are ready and St. stay was done with me court to day was like wiz. Not we're not putting you in no group home. Nobody wants you. Your mama. Don't want to know what you like fuck you. You know what I'm saying? It's put me the streets. Just let me go kinda. Shit together a little bit. I mean, I had a little job. I was selling we still drug dealer, whatever. But I was like trying to be smart and sophisticated on. I'm saying they have on a regular apartment, and like car, whatever. What is now? How old are you? I was sixteen sixteen seventeen. Yes. Sixteen seventeen dollars doing tat. So I had especially that little two years juvie like fucking with tattoos pretty hard in juvenile. Yeah. And then how's he doing tattoos and juvenile does the old way that was either stick poke or fuck CD play a motor caught the pancake motor on toothbrush. Yeah. With like little sprang from a BIC lighter. Something up straight it out sharpen it up. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So, but I was young. And I was like doing that. And luckily, they was kids. Nobody wanna know art, I could draw really good. But I never even thought about doing like. The cool tat on even like grown-ups that I knew had like just bike attach a gang test and have tight saw like just doing. Names, and you know, street names gang signs and stuff like that, maybe a skull or or across or something. Got onto the streets and sixteen had an apartment in job was Dylan tattoos on the weekend and the streets little bit out of my apartment and. A lot of so I tend to to every bouncer like, you know, a lot of bouncers and other people and. People would be like give me into the club. I would be in a club all the time. They'll be like bands and clubs rock groups or whatever and are being there, and I was traveling a little bit. I had like friends that did things and other cities Dallas and other places and aren't just young kid. Who's a lot of connections through being in the streets Sinoe in that street, life and. Lot of connect saw started like going all these clubs would be able to like, sell, you know, cocaine ecstasy, whatever whatever pills. Now, you're not just selling. We now you've got cocaine ecstasy. Now you all around pharmacy. Hey, man, you're gonna do something do. Well, look like being half ass drug dealer. Only got one product. They mostly do. I mean as long as you don't run out. Look good thought. That's how they mostly do it. You know, it's like, you know. You got you got low day. He's your every here we go. Though, everybody. Everybody smokes weed. So you could just change it up. You could just be like I need a little extra cash go buy cocaine. I know so y'all fuck combined as we want to give us a cocaine. So now, I'm back in that time us probably with selling crack, though right now, it was probably the thing back goes after democ, but that was like in Atlanta, it really wows that meth would be to beat up. Demi a lot of people wouldn't even be fucking with cocaine except like a richer kids or whatever maybe the urban community. But like a lot of my fucking was probably fucking with meth. So whatever. So a lot of like more like rave-drug, psychedelics, whatever. So on. On. Fucking with this shit in the clubs. I'm going clubs. All these bouncers was getting me in there that I would tattoo balances in St. like, they're from the same neighborhood, whatever you not tat till and they could give me in these clubs grew up real to probably, but I'm seventeen though they're all grown up. So you know, what I'm saying seventeen and I'm in the club with the backpack with a gun and did the scales and drugs, and I'll type you sit in there. And then the recent bands backstage, and they'd be like, oh, go back there. And then I like meet this girl, and she's in a band. She's like in a metal band or whatever. And she's a tattoo artist. And says man, you got a lot of tattoos. Come on. Do you wanna trade some weed for tattoos? I was like, yes, I'm meet her. She kinda wanted to apprentice me Tommy a lot of stuff and kind of got me thinking she did my first like professional tattoo. I had a lot of Streep tattoos. But she did like a nice P Saami art. You know, Bonnie and CLYDE piece, and I was like, man. Thanks good. I never even thought about it. Like you could do art into twos. Like, y'all just got to be doing this gang share the stupidest shit all day, like saying hustle, art. Like, you can do art shit. I was young. I was like seventeen. And I was really intrigued by so I started getting tattooed by every professional guy in the city that I could get to tattoo me without like weighed about me being seventeen and not having pants, and blah, blah, blah and stuff like that. So I was getting tattooed ally. Kind of wanted to really be real tattoo artists. Not just. St. not just hand poking juvenile detention the sheen tattoo artists, right? Right. Right. But at the same and a lot of people would like that because Sokha draw I went to a few shops before when I was that when I'm young like that and a lot of. A little places that I went to. Probably didn't like me because I was. A little bit too ghetto forum or something they were like more like the biker style tattoo back in day. And I was real ghetto Meghan kind of stuff gold teeth and all that. Has some gold teeth back then I have one clip on one clip on like just covered to. Yup. Like a pirate. Yeah. Yeah. I still wish I had. Us probably the coolest kid neighborhood, man. Back. Then I thought I was going to get on top. But that young too. You know, probably glad I didn't. But maybe. No anyway. Yeah. So then I was fucking. I was out there. I was intrigued by the tattoo. I started getting tattooed by everybody. Started moving around to other states for Vami land up for a while. I was getting tattooed out there in a few times. Sometimes she would offer me apprenticeship because I have my artwork fully always drawing a lot on watercolor paintings. But one no videos out there on how to do it. I was just kinda learning as I go, and like meeting people asking them questions started doing watercolor, and but I was still wrapped up in St. life and. Living in savannah, hassle lose going and Little Rock. And then I ended up going to prison and did five and a half years in Atlanta. But wait, we gotta we gotta rewind. We can't get into that yet. Because there's a specific story. I definitely want to I want you to tell everybody the story that you was telling me when you was sitting in the car, right? And to do is try to rob you that's the how I wanted to prison. Yeah. Right. That's what I don't wanna leave that part out because that's a good story to tell. I needed another drink. You got to tell us. All right. So I told everybody I wanted to prison so men I was fucking already in Arkansas. Head like some charges. Probably no, major felonies. But definitely a lot of failure to appear in court, and whatever, you know, probably violations of some probations to him you on different little things charges and shit. And I was in Savannah, Georgia and one out there to try to change my life. And instead, I did the same exact thing that I was doing Little Rock, and I'll just out there, gang bang and drug dealing and living the life and fuck GAM living out on Taibbi island has some good connects also shit solves moving some weight from like Florida, Georgia to fucking Arkansas has things going on had this girl that I was fucking with was making a little bit of money and fuck in. So she was helping me make some plays. She knew she was putting this money in a safe for me new is making all this money, but Wollo blast. I give back town. So then I get town. She calls me Yoma cousin wanna wanna get like one hundred x pills or whatever. I'm like. Yeah. Got you meet me on south side of this spice like little drive in restaurant type ship. So I'd like kind of like sonic, but it's not signed and. So we pull into this. I pull in is late at night already. It's like ten o'clock pulling shit, I'm parked there. And. A texter she don't text me back. I'm like damn wish yet. So I just got back town to this is like my first day back. I've been back like seven or eight hours so tired. I'm like sitting there. I got all the pills in a bag of them running around meeting different people all day. Fucking counting out the hundred. I'm smoking a cigarette. I'm going to ask the cigarette out the window and this motherfucker behind the car has mask on. And he's like creeping up my car, and he's got a gun in his hand seat in the in the sad mirror and saw lean back, and I try to hit the button on the window to window starts going up. And the do runs up on you like seeing the seen him. You know what I'm saying? So hurries up runs over there. And he sticks to gun through the window. And I'm leaned all the way back in the car and the windows going up, and I like grabbed his arm and push it up to the ceiling, and he'd just start shooting at me. And so he shoots, however, many Browns is in the gun a lot and shooting out a flame in there. What the whole time. Really? I'm just laid all the way back in the seat on gangsta lean and Gama hands pushed up against his arm to the ceiling and the bullets kinda like busting out auto glass, and hitting the passenger side of the car was the only person in there and the window. Goes all the way up on his arm. And then the gun clicks. He runs at a ammo, whatever. And he starts freaking out. It all happens in a couple of seconds. It's like loudest fuck, you know, what I'm saying kind of panicked. I'm scared or whatever. I tried to punch him in the arm. He's trying to punch you the glass out with other hand and bust a window. So he could get his arm out of the window because it was like up behind his elbow or whatever. And then I was like damn I got a gun. I got a gun. You know what I'm saying? So I reach in in under the seat, and I pull out my gun, and I put it up to the window, and I shoot 'em and hit someone. Hits them in the inside. He falls on the ground and fuck in get out and. Unlike jump out of the car mmediately, I'm screaming, I'm like. Did the mother fucking there? Live. So dead and a Mike Chirpin, and then I seen him laying on the ground, and I'm mad and shit. I'm like damn motherfucker. You tried to kill me jump over. There. Like kick them in face. You know, what I'm saying hit him a couple of times you need to know this guy. I don't know you didn't know who he was. I don't even know what's going on. I'm just chilling, and I don't recognize them and nothing and he still had a mask on his face. Well, you had abandoned thing tied around. Hey, like fell down a little bit. After head maybe start them or whatever he fell down. And so then. Fucking stomp them out a little bit and not making wise decisions was like, man. Ben learn how to use debt gun and then up shoot him in the leg and fucking jump in the driver's seat. Well after shoot them at leg, and as I do that. I'm like damn too too far like new that was too much, right? As soon as I was doing it. I was like fuck fucked up and saw fuck in. Look round and everybody at this restaurant tell you eat outside it's like driving. So everybody's outside eaten and shit. So there's people there were of people. This is late at night with this war in the back part, and they're all in the lit up and wearing the little kind of look dark darker part of the parking lot area. And and a month. Fuck is very get like seafood shit, and the guys some fucking drinks you can end. Nope. Contain a lot. You could like fuck in get a beer at your car outside stand outside of your car and drink beer, eat some fish and chips, you know, smoke blend would you hoagies since like that type of spot if in. Yes. So fuck ran up on the dark over there. The puck and put the gun tools. But now the people at the restaurant already called the cops and every side look up. I'll put the gun till home and everybody was staring at me in walls. And if I could panicked and jumped in the car through verse backed up over Magai, you ran him over to a little bit them jumped over and then hit the curve and fucking Pilz L and went to the house. I was crying like muscle as soon as it happened on drive. I was like crying a little bit. You know, saying say. I mean, I went and sat for that. Dude. Fuck him. You know, what I mean on the real like do try to kill me. But. A little bit. Like, I was like damn would just took some like just took somebody's life is fucked up about it som-. And also that I definitely just fucked my life up like all these fuckers was off for me tattoo apprenticeship, and like, you know, or got a nice little place on the beach or whatever. And like, my nice things or whatever. And it's all it's all over done fucked it up and saw his crying. I was real upset. And I'll fuck drive them back to spy, and I get there. And I had a roommate at the time and just say immediately, even though I was trying to hold it together. He would site what happened. And so then when I told him I was like, we just gotta go. So he moved to wherever and then I moved back to Arkansas and couple year about almost two years went by over a year and got caught up. Also, you didn't get caught by the cops till like a year after this. Had like aliases whatever else called by got went to jail. One term wonder my alias, and like bonded out and went to court got a little fine pays shit on a fake name fucking was living that like day. You know what I'm saying? Then. Get pulled over and I tried to shoot the due to fake name. But we was real close to like a little police precinct that was in the neighborhood or whatever and do which is like, nah, like, you ain't got no idea on you. I'm taking in running the fingerprints. And then pulls the gun on me. It was like you wanted for attempted murder and armed robbery and the state of Georgia. So what happened was like a shoot to do. And then the fucking. You know, all the witnesses and everything like figure you sitting out there you eating your, fish and chips and drank in shit. And then you hear do that's really that do trying to shoot me through the window. You know what? I mean. You're just scattering. You ain't looking know someone start shooting like that, especially multiple Assads. Everybody's just scattering. They're hiding under cars, whatever whatever. And then afterwards. It's quiet for the second and shoot him. And then the hair them up screaming. And that was me thinking that I'm alive. You know? I was like dang. I'm alive. I jumped out the car, and I'm like woo. Woo. Woo. So then everybody's looking like what somebody who's like? Oh. Fried only white there too. Like, what's this guy doing and this already laying on the ground? And then I stopped them out. It did a shot him. You say that if I execute the fuck wise laying on the fuck grip. So then when the police get there come to find out. No, nobody knows this yet. But the dude is my girlfriend at the time is her brother. I never really met to do them much. You know, what I'm saying and fuck in and he had a mask on his shit and it was late at night. And he's kind of darker. You know, what I'm saying is dark dark, whatever whatever I can see the do fucking. So as her brother, but I don't know none of that shit and fuck in. But so she sent me up. He's gonna try to kill me. Probably give the keys go to my spot. Getting my safe choice. You got in there. Whatever. That's so whatever they got. So then well. Tuck in. But I don't know that born the police on the ambulance get there than the witnesses, and my girlfriend and the dude say man, someone ran up somebody ran up and tried to rob us. You know what I'm saying? So all right. So they did he's got these charges attempted murder and armed robbery charges. But I don't got him pinned on. Nobody is out there in the world or whatever. So fuck in. I get caught up. So during that time that I'm on the run or whatever you wanna call it. Then the bitch. Maybe the police keep getting in touch with the bids. So the bitch had contact me one time and was like. The day after. So I knew that she has something to do with it. But I still didn't know that. What is it was her brother that did this shit? You know what I'm saying because so the day after the shit happen. So she was supposed to be meeting me there. Anyway, you know, I was already texting her. She never text me back. And then when after the incident happened and the one that went home, then the bis had never text me. The whilst doesn't mean you. And then you don't ever text me. Like, obviously, no shit happened. There race still ain't even takes me. See him. All right. Hey supposed to be my bitch game weird as fuck now. You know what I'm saying? And then like so then the next day. She did text me. And then it was like this show. It was crazy last night. And I was like I don't know what he's talking about. She's like, you don't know what I'm talking about. And I was like, nah, who is this. I just playing dumb like I was just being cautious. I was all paranoid shit up on night thinking about that. I did or whatever. And so I'm like who is this. And then she's like, oh, you're gonna try to play me started skits and out on me a little bit. And then. That's why it's going to go to Jeff leaving fingerprints all over them bullets shit like that. And then I was like as weird. You got something to do this on the fucking will head on what you know what I mean saw fucking immediately. Just stop talking to the bitch. Anyway, already like that night moved out of that spot like the night. I did that shit left. My little condo on the beach and moved and was like hiding out on the fucking, you know, other side of town or whatever got a bad at it this shit and of mmediately came to Arkansas just because I mean, you're going to hide out the gangsters been hiding out in Arkansas since the twenties spot too high so go out there. And so I'm out there. I get caught up the take me to court. I go out to try to give me six years. For the chance of murder on robbery. And so I get a lawyer and shit and start going to court go to trial. I think it's a girl in there. And then it's her brother, and then everybody's like, then he proves them. It's not credible. Witnesses ball, Bah, basically, kind of have like mistrial thing. You know what I'm saying? So that they can't testify and the jury don't know the testimony is old case this little. Find out that it was kind of like self defense thing I got a good ass lawyer. And so I ended up getting thirteen years. So, but one thing is though, it's a good story whatever's on the on some. Realistic shit is whenever I did this shit. Like, I said when I shot to do I had opportunities to do whatever tattoo or whatever had. I'm not stupid. If you're now, you're in prison for the next five years not thought I was about to be imprisoned for life one. I thought to do was dead. It turns out he wasn't dead. I did shoot him in the hip and leg. And I got aggravated assault. We're firearm, blah, blah, blah, up possession of this firearm. And they're like company deal. I guess time did a little five years on it. So so when you're prison, but but say though is start thinking I'm going to do life or sixty years or forty years twenty years, whatever there's off from the all these lot big senses and pretty much given up on any dreams in life. You know, become an tattoo artist or fuck in anything, you know, whatever fucking anything at all. And then when I get to fuck in the basically five year sentence, then I was relieved about that shit and not feeling like I got over on them nothing. But being like, this is my second chance like if anybody ever had a second chance in the world. This is my second chance, I'm thankful and man, I'm doing this dumb, dumb shit all fucking life being a criminal and a fucking idiot and wasting all Matalon or whatever even just wasting my life as a human being. And you know, this is the one opportunity in life where I could just be like. Fuck that shit and turn my life around and be something like I'm just done commit crime done. Doing dumb shit. I'm done being a piece of shit person and name would this art shit. Like, I'm trying to just be a good person. Like, I'm just trying to do good ship. And like right then and there, you know, what? I mean like that moment. It said that. Whatever getting away with such violent crime and getting a light sentence like five years for I feel like it was light. You know, I'm sorry that there's people probably doing many more years than that for way less crime than what I did. I'm just saying like. I feel grateful that I got the opportunity to change my life, and I took advantage of this shit, right? Then and there so when I went to prison already had the mind said the one I got out of this shit that I'll just one hundred percent done and even to this day. I still think men no made crimes for real. You know, what I'm just we'd inside building. But. Minor shit live around. That's fine. I pay that right now. It's so so what happened after you got a prison? While I was in prison. I was doing tattoos. Hey gained. A little bit. Whatever some connections in there could get some watercolor paints paper, and the police officers pretty cool with me and the inmates cool with me as connections to get different things. So I can art supplies up. I was doing a lot of pain. That's really where I learned how to do some really even better watercolor paintings because the people in there, helping me and shit. Someone I got out ahead. Like a lot of flash. Like a lot of art. Like a lot built up over time. I filled the whole back of a Honda Civic of with this. Not the back like Trump, but trunk heads big paintings in it had like big paintings that I did had a lot of like small paintings flash size paintings that was in the back seat portfolios like probably thirteen portfolios, a little banger sketches that you see on people's stay would right. So, you know, right and. Just all sit. I did while I was in prison, and I just like go to tattoo shops and be like, yo think I could be Prentice here. Like dislodged. Did all this art. I didn't tell you knew how to tattoo even have been doing because I knew I had done that before I went down that road when I was a little bit younger before the prison shit and know that you don't get a positive response scratcher. You know what I'm saying? Like fuck you're gonna respect you for having a good art portfolio like drawings like art like paintings and shit. Fuck own away. Give a fuck about how shitty you could tattoo. We already know you suck at tat till and we all need to see this shit once e- fuck art portfolio. So I just gave as shit up, and we'd just go in there and be like, yo, man. He's the drawings and the paintings. I did a lot to be your apprentice or something eventually somebody was a few people would like. Yeah. But it just whatever the situation and the stipulations where it wasn't right for me at the time. I hadn't even been out of prison long. I still really a little fucked up in the head. You know, I did. Time. So I was like you got a job. Yeah. Shitty. Ass job working at a fucking. Look, I I I was working at a grocery store in the warehouse like doing stock and moving pallets around and doing shit. And then basically, whatever you could get out of prison. Right. And then this other dude that was doing the same thing with me. He was doing the warehouse shit in the grocery store, then he got a job at this construction site on the base, and they was paying money and matter if you was a felon, and I still get on the base and do this shit. And I was like I'll let me get on there. And I got on there, and I was getting paid some good money. And was fucking saw got like an apartment and got all my fines paid worked hard dos. Still cut the grocery store job too. I just told them like, Doug. I've changed my hours. These the only hours can work working this construction job. But this time when I get off from there. I'm just gonna shower put some clean clothes on come up here where it can till midnight. Go home go to sleep wake up five o'clock in the morning, go to my job bust, my ass every day. You know what I'm saying? And then even know my other two days off from the construction job on Saturday and Sunday still worked at the grocery store. So I just worked and stag my bread. And like gosh, it got a life kind of straight and fuck in who still drawn and painting ally and going into some shops and tattoo on a little bit like a home and. Somebody offered me an apprenticeship. And so I went down there. It was like I was still ghetto ass mother fucker, and I just got out of prison. So I only felt comfortable in a ghetto ass tattoo shove. So I was on twelfth and university ghetto shop doing ghetto tad's fuck in, but it was cool under a lot tattoos. I got a lot of experienced there really helped me kind of like. Chill lax. And then move my way to like a more custom shop and custom scene then find myself as a artist tattoo, they kind of really helped bring me too. Because you know, if I would have just went straight into a custom shop, I would've thought I knew everything already 'cause I could draw pretty good whatever, you know, what I'm saying. And then. Like going into the the street shop, then I didn't have to draw those. Twenty dollars names. Well, you might do seventeen twenty names a day and still, you know, at the end of the week make good Patek flash up. Yeah. Just flashed also tons of flashes. Just picking stick. Oh, yeah. There was a whole room flash. And you know, we did a lot of cherry creek. And he know David bull pieces. Like, if you got to do one of those you would even be happy, and that sucks, right? Right. Well back in the day. That's the way it was. You know, man. That's what everybody was doing back. Then it was not me though. I was already never had done anything like that. That's what most of the shops were doing even when I started getting tattooed by professional tattoo. Where's still was real ignorant to how the tattooed thing worked? Like every time. I went in there. I never had a against picking enough to wash it. I pictured off to all time. Now, straight up just got shit the other day right off the wall from somebody. But. Legit. Just didn't know nothing about that. And we'll go in and be like, hey, I was thinking I could get probably had a shitty ass drawing or something. It was like, hey, I want to get this drug. And then they put it bad tattoo on me. And I got a lot of bad chats. And this is part of it. They're all cover us now. So anyway. Yeah. Started in the street shop, tattoo, Lynn and working my way up for a while. I did that. For a couple of years. The apprenticeship. Is definitely whatever. Like, the old school mother fuckers say like a real apprenticeships should be like it was definitely hard. You had to be there fifty hours a week for a whole year you made zero dollars. Sometimes you got chips. You know what I mean? Like if you did a lot of running around that day they had to go to the post office and the fuck Bank and the guy goddamn gets food gestation and the liquor store. They might though you about five ten bucks a couple of dollars per person or something like that. He didn't get paid no money for Washington the tubes. And then like that. And there be hundreds of them. You just had to grind it out this seven people that work there every day, and you had to clean up all their shoot. Everybody did a bunch of chats news cleaning it up after every price since tattoo. All seven people, man. Get custom pieces of cost like lot of money back then like eight hundred dollars back then to me, I thought that was like million dollars, you know, and they was like. Like, a real custom piece, and they'd be like Mogo draw this out. And I would draw up and did they would butcher the tech everybody. There was garbage. You know what I mean? Like just to be straight up. They none of them. No, bad ass tattoo, or is for sure. Right. Right. There's there's so they're taking your artwork and just chopping it up. Right. Right. And I'll just living with this shit eating it up. And then I got started tattooing I was only allowed to do like twenty dollars pieces, and then eventually fifty dollars pieces hunter, whatever whatever. Yes. Someone I got him a license after two year being the apprentice there got the license and got up there. I'll I so I I was like I'm gonna work here. Like, I'll just get a frizz that loyalty mentality. You know, what I mean sounds like telling this one dude that work there? He had been tattooing like a year when I started there, then I was like, man. Like, I wanna work here forever. So he's like, nah, not, you know, he basically was like you're not going to be here long. So as get license you're going to go off to a better shot you draw really good doing fine. You know what? I mean. Like sweaty brow? I was having us. I also time while I was working this fifty hours a week for free. And fucking had a part time to part part-time shitting jobs, or whatever making a little bit of money grand total week was like three hundred bucks or something. What you put in your pocket? What I was getting paid from both jobs that I was working, right? Yeah. I was living in my car just met. What girl got her pregnant? So you kind of bought a barrel, and it still trying to stay out of that crime. Yeah. You know, she had the baby on the way sweat knit shit. And then some boys telling me like don't worry about this ship roll like one day, man, you're going to be out of here. You're gonna be doing much better thing much better places to tattoo, and I was like, oh, man. Like these fuck game me a chance like I'm gonna work forever loyal bucket. Right. He was like, no. I don't be dumb, bro. Like, would you? Get your license. Get the fuck out of here. Like what the fuck like you're doing what you're supposed to do. What can every day for this ship you own nobody's shit? You know what I'm saying? Like doing you're paying for it right now. I was like, oh, no in some ways. I agreed at the time. And in some ways it then when I got my license it just was obvious to me that I needed to be somewhere where I could. I was on tattoo artists, Lance. Yeah. Gotta be doing bigger tattoos and stuff. That's what I do. And that that is hall about the small. Pets then saw. Move to a little custom shot it down the country. I was selling my soul do tattoos bro tattoo. I don't even know sometimes probably less of fifty dollars an hour. Charge and all that money to tat was just hungry. You know what I mean? I was tattoo of people for, you know, give me two hundred bucks on my work on you the whole day all day on half sleeve something for two hundred. Yeah. And I was just a lot of times back then I just free handed a lot of stuff. So that's kind of what when internet kicked off social media for tattoo and then. S kind of way. I maybe that's what a lot of people like the painting. I don't know. That's kind of what Gabby. Roland get find a mile in style really doing stuff like painted a lot of flash before. I feel like he's still paint a lot of flash. Yeah. But I mean, I paint a lot of flash before I started tattooing pro. But I don't feel like it was my style. Feel like I was like looking at a lot of stuff and just kind of copying other stuff that you saw not quite like mixing it up a little bit. But not really almost like a traditional type thing, you know, like traditional guys might paint traditional slash is inspired by older tattoos over again and kind of do it their own style. So kind of like that and maybe with a little bit more of a new school type of twist to it. But it still wasn't my my regional ideas, or whatever, whatever and. After a while was still at the street shop in the beginning. I was already like getting inspired by new. I was learning. I was the industry I was going to tattoo conventions. I was getting spiraled by on these like, great chat tours and stuff. And I was like man like I got to get on that level fought. I only be like this. I wanted to names every day. Like, I want to be tight shit. Like, I could just go gang bang. So we fuck do names of house, right smuggle. We fucking not follow it rules. Well, we know where that got you. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. So. Yeah. Trying to do it legit still doing it legit. No have committed no crime. And so now we fast forward quite a bit of time. Right. Because now you got a really successful shot. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Now, I got my shop. It's been it's electric panther. In Cabot Arkansas about ten minutes from north Little Rock air force base on how many artists in there. Five other tattoos and. Couple of travelers and couple of guests artists to come in and out on a consistent basis and piercers also body mon- guys. And so you got a good by going into shop. Everybody gets along in their sub perfect, man. It's a perfect shot. This what everybody tells me. I mean, you know every day sweating trying to hold it together. And thinking everybody probably hates me all that shit. But then like all the guests artists are the ones who really because they're kind of like most guests artists of my friends and stuff that I know from around the world. And so they'll be like man, you're shot rose like the cool is by like for as many guises you got here. And like, you know, take some of the guys take walk in some people. Don't some you know, whatever whatever it's like still super chill. Everybody gets along. We all eat together a lot like every morning we have breakfast together. Not all of us. Some of us we sleep in. We don't eat this. Fuck it. You know what I'm saying? Like, I'm pretty good family by going over there where you like him history. Right. I got everybody. I mean, everybody there's like. Perfect for me like knows far as like character and personality ability to tattoo. They're all passionate about it. And so the one guy that was like. History set. He works there with me. Yes. Ten years later. Then he's now he's working there. Just chilling me. And got some you know, some good guys of new realism traditional guys Neo traditional. Now. You got some sponsorships vessel sponsors that electromagnetism sponsor when I'm once once it right, there got fusion, and he'll ios stuff. Yeah. Yeah. So that's quite a quite. That's quite a turnaround may have where you came from. Which is why I wanted to get you on the podcast because it's it's I think a lot of people in the tattoo industry have kind of a similar story about the way they got into it. I think there's a lot of tattoo artists that grew up kinda rough and got into tattooing probably through jail experiences and things like that. I don't know how many of them actually. I mean, the ones here obviously have turn their lives around. But I'm sure not everybody does obviously you got some people to spend the rest of their lives in prison. They can't get their shipping. Every day. Braille. I'm like, maybe I'm just gonna commit. Every day. That's like I'm wired like this. But you're not man. And that's a good thing. You know, it's crazy or won the Cup. Crazy things is one. All this shit like fucked mom, whoever the fuck, you grandma used to tell you oughta timely you can do anything to it. If I get if you just fucking put all that negative energy in this positive shit. You could conquer the world, and he was just like not Michio shit about me is right. But it's the truth right due to happen overnight, bro. Like telling you the minute that I was one hundred one hundred. Just be like views like may maybe not everything in life. A lot of things. Like, if you have problem feel like if you just really put your mind to it and was one hundred percent involved into making it the opposite way or changing it or whatever it needs to be boom. This is going to happen immediately. You know what? I mean, if you think positive every day, and you do positive things positive things are going to happen to you. If you think negative, and you do negative things negative things are going to have to you. I mean, it's just commonsense. I don't even. Crazy experience to to understand that even though it did. But a lot of people don't want to work a lot of people don't wanna put in that hard work. And I think that's. You know, there's a lot of evidence that all over the world. But you know, you see that a lot in our industry to. I mean, you can walk around a tattoo convention. You can tell the difference between artists that puts in the extra effort in one that doesn't you know what I mean? And you can tell the ones that are really grind. And they're trying to work for what they wanna do the ones that are really trying to elevate their artistic abilities and become better tattoo artists that are striving to get sponsorships and things like that. You know? So I think it's inspirational to talk to guys like you because knowing the shit that you went through in the way that you came up and shit, dude. You could've easily ended up in a lot worse situations, you know, shit that do could've killed you that night, for example, man. I mean really is hard in the beginning to. Not just go back to a hustler type of lifestyle because easy need that money. Nobody wants to work three shitty jobs. Nobody wanted to work that and Noah trying to just push through. Even like, I was still smoking. We I'm still smoke weed still drug addict, Don, we'd you know, what a main sauce. I still smoke weed. So I was like even go to my we'd man's how same we've man I have before I went prison and be like ice by pounds from this brick. I'm be like, hey, man. This dude never went to jail. He did something right? Yeah. He had a good. My fucking. Kevin. Now, I'm so fucked was like. You know, you'll put you on like just got prison six pounds right now. No, I'm not doing that. No more. Let me just get that law eight thousand we'd of a smoke dish shaped for I go see probation. I gotta chill out on parole for almost thirteen years. What Jesus you just got off like last month? Probably I just got off the earlier this year. We'll bro. I'm glad you're doing good, man. That's that's sad dog. Glad you're doing good, man. I actually think of his exit about nine years, but it felt like a million years row. I really didn't think about it too much. But fucking. You know, having to go see the probation of Pearl obser- every time they ain't really pissed test. We too much. Appreciate it probably was like stews definitely smoke. We. Like, they'll be hopped up on all the Clintons say like, we ain't even wasting our time I'll have to piece so bad some clans like some your system shit. You don't wanna be this? You gotta pee. Ed piece. Oh, van it'd be like this drug test. I want to ask drug test. That's just sit there just having a few bad like eyeballs flow. They just keep talking and every drug testing that. I would get out of the side of the building it all the time. I keep like milk jug and car p this shit. Pour that on the side of the building fucked police. I support police listen now these days, I see you mostly on the road you travel and doing a lot of shows you just travel and do shows all over the place. I do a lot of shows you doing guest spots or just mostly shows do some guests. I wish I did more guess fides. But it's hard. I guess I could deal them same like three days. But it just I don't feel like it's always as profitable on. So you may your at a show because if I don't book because you've got to plan the shit out. You can't just be like. I'm going to blah, blah, blah. Like dissolves spurred a moment. Are you say? To make money, right? He's gonna be doing Walk-ups saying like one, you gotta have your social media game up social media gaming up. You're going to be suffering in this industry gets social media game up can't be waiting till the day before the show or the guest spot and being like y'all I'm going to this place. So if you go you committed so if I'm like, yo coming to your shop, I'm coming to work your shop shops is different than a convention convention more than likely there's going to be monkeys in. They're trying to get some damn tattoos. All right Schalk could be dead. So I could only have enough money. Fuck is in there. Fucking trying to get tattooed by motherfuckers there. All right. You know what I'm saying? You might not make that much money. Not what you're gonna put into it because it costs same amount of money right cost the same amount of money but ticket and fly anywhere. Stay somewhere for a few days. Even I try and stay to house and and stay the hotels. Right, right. And she got to make sure you're making money wherever you're going. Make all. So you got to commit to this yet. So sometimes I'm like y'all come to spot. Now, look it up. I still got to go to your spot. And now, I'm just kicking it with the homeys lose money saying, I guess, it's cool. It'd be fun. It's been which mindset is I'm trying to make money. So what kind of what? So there's probably people out there in similar situations to what you were in, you know, trying I do guest by not guest spots of do guest spots. Just it's weird too. Because like a lot of times like if I do guest by you're going to be like to stay him, a house, don't stay half. Didn't it's going to be like, oh, man, mowing won't statement houseman football. So state house and hotel on there. I'm like damn what state is house. Fuck feel weird. I don't wanna wake up in the morning. I think I heard somebody get up. Now, I wanna take show on wanna sit. It's gonna stink. I just don't want to be as won't be my house or the hotel where I could be like, oh, fuck oh, Beth mug, at least twenty dollars table. When I leave. I'm sorry. You got to clean up. But really, though, what advice do you have for like young up and comers in the industry? You know, that might make gotta get out there and hit them. So you gotta you gotta do guests by it. So it was the most beneficial thing in my entire career. I thought I knew how to tattoo everybody that have worked with when I was coming up at the shots. Like, it got to be friend got work together day. There was like damn. Let's good, man. That looks good. That's tight when I got on the road. Then I like seeing the mush it was not tight, right? You got to have people talking to you. Honestly and giving you will. It's not good. It didn't even have. Nobody to talk to me, man. I just got out here started doing conventions. When I first got my license and started tattooing legit and professionally started doing shows like immediately first year, and you know, first fresh out the door, and some big show's not know dislike rinky-dink shows and fucking. I just seen so many good artists. And like the most amazing tattoo is out there that one I didn't even know existed because Instagram wasn't even the thing. So then I was getting the Cialis tattoos that I didn't even know existed. I was really blown away. And was like man there's like about thousand levels above me. Like, I'm not even a hug and so far to go. Like, I'm on level would throw in level one thousand let the far right we're hard. So do you feel like you're doing now, how do you feel like by about one seventy five you still trying to climb the ladder more comfortable where get to love a two hundred and the maybe think about the five hundred club. I don't know. I think you're pretty fucking spot on bro us. All right. But don't trying to get man feel like Ben slack. And I'm trying to give back in their business. This one I'm running the shop. Do a lot of shows. Agai some kid. I got two kids, you know, mall. Moaner got some property daycares real estate now got really say things with your money. Trying not to blow all my money trying to do cool tattoos trying to help. Teach anybody, but you know, guide the other people that work with me with whatever knowledge I could share wisdom, and it takes up a lot of my time. And so I'm not as much on the painting. I'm not making it. I am making excuses. But really I should be on it a thousand times harder. I'm trying to get back on it, bro. You got the flashy down. Like a champ now seen whipping them things out on got this type booked on got it a while one of them are stories of Milwaukee and fuck in. It's an art pad spiral notebook, and it's eleven by fourteen. So it's traffic in a fucking just been driving on plane fucking sketch a little somewhat pennsyl- hit it with the marker. And then whenever I land that just bust out the water brush in the watercolor fucking played just been doing black just black shading on them. No. And then if I get home, then I put the color on them. Gotcha. So it's ready to go. So now, I got like ten pages. In progress you going to do a flash book. So when I worked for this one guy one of my mentors, he's too. He went knocked me. He loved it. I was painting and drawing out of time. But he would be like fuck are you going to do it all this shit? Like, I had one hundred pages or something. And I was like on. No, I ain't never made a book. I should. I don't know. I think you should nobody. Nobody gets books books all over the place. But yeah, stacked up not sell. That's not true people books man, people by you just price them right people by man this shit away. Just put it on shelf. You gotta makes money off your art work. That's the whole point sell. You sell prints. Don't you? I mean, if someone just come up on won't be like, hey, man. I'll see some artists making more money off of Princess shows than they do to you sound prints. I'm selling them you need to. So give you some give me some give me some shots as far as like. People want to check out your artwork. What's your Instagram? It's Monet MO in ET underscored Chatou ATT. Oh, not ta TI two. AT the number two to h. Underscore tattoo. Facebook's what? You gotta you gotta personal page art page is this your personal page guide. Stephen Monet, and then I got electric panther tattoo gallery, also on instrument and got electric panther, Arkansas. A r k and. Everybody's worked at. Ass, man. They're good. That killing him out took them Philly. Everybody was there. They was booming million chats there's fucking all their own stuff. They do know. Walk up state was just doing their own flash. Everybody their draws all the time. You know, we all got our own flash. So it's cool little custom shop. If you wanna guess by you, just get at me in the BM's check you out. We'll have a lot of walk in traffic got a little bit. Most everybody's appointment only there. So you got to maybe have some people there get you at least one or two appointments, we price it. You wanted to point. Yeah. It's a nice shot. Man. People should check it out. So check out my dude, Monet on Instagram and Facebook, you got a website. Got electric panther dot com. Get that get it. Got it. I of get it re. So people keep getting people, you know, when it used to be just me. So I was only song. I don't want to help. Keep is just a lot of work. Not got you. I got you. Well, dude, thanks for talking to me today. Sharing your story. All your dirt, your mom knows. You earn a house down now? Dad's going to be chasing around a track. As soon as podcast by my mom is a good Christian lady day water raise though, kid like this. It just happened. What they have is to a lot more people that just you. Today said about China apologize. Elaine. Her fall, you know, like one thing, man. Like, I know we're about to wrap it up. But like just. Just. Forgive my dad a million times. You know what I mean? Like, I never been mad at forever. And as a as a doll, I realized as a parent, you know, it's just hard. You don't always know can't became you've passed round with you all the time. And let them be the excuse for your future you guys getting along. Now. I mean, you talked to your dad fuck with them if he comes we've talked to each other we see each other. Sometimes we talked like reaching out trying to be his best friend, no shit like that. You guys aren't fighting needs something that got him. But he lives with my little brother, so me, and my brother talk all the time. So I do like see them alive, but it's not like me and him life best. But but there's none of that angered animosity. Thanks. Nobody my whole life phone is going to be mad at him. I'll just go. Fuck him up. Right. Mad every day and then room day every day. I just beat you up. If you list, you'll good about it. Well, glad you spend some time today, man, I hope people. Enjoy listening to your story as much as I can't believe this shared get stuff. Do you think you'd probably get a lot of? I think you'll get a lot of I don't think you'd get too much flak for telling probably had an added some of that at all I should have the names of the situation. Pupil. Those all lives off just joking. Brother for spending time. You'll be a good one. Thanks so much for listening to this episode of electron radio with romps Mead. 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Khloe Kardashian Joins the Show, Cardi B Defends Offset's $8K Birkin Bag for Kulture - Daily Pop 07/16/20

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Khloe Kardashian Joins the Show, Cardi B Defends Offset's $8K Birkin Bag for Kulture - Daily Pop 07/16/20

"Hey Guys Justin Sylvester from news here. Looking for a new way to stream will meet peacock, the free streaming service from NBC universal with tons of movies, and shows plus a daily dose of news sports and pop culture. There's something for everybody and best of all you can watch for free or upgrade for more. Who doesn't like that, so go to Picot TV DOT COM and start streaming now personally. I can't wait to get into that law and order Svu. Vote you know Athene for. Daily pop I'm here. Live here with Justin Silvester in Scott Tweedie. WHO's in for Morgan? Today. We've got Klay Kardashian. Who is telling us all about her? Live with true interested, it seems to be working for. co-parenting so well, it's surprises the hell out of me, too. So I mean we're doing a great job and I'm really grateful. You're going to have to wait a little later to see that interview with chloe. Love it but. You guys. We gotTA talk about two year. Olds Getting Birkin bag. Is that too young? Cardi B.'s man offset just gave one to their daughters culture for her second birthday, and it said to be worth a Grin Faiza, freaking out on social media, telling the couple that it's too much, but of course is defending it saying if I'm implied in Daddy's flies, then so is the kid what are you GonNa think is that too much for a two year old. Role in ten years. If you broken daddy broke, so is the kid. Here's the JAM and I. Don't want to count. Anybody's coins are open anybody's bags, but I'm going back to MC Hammer in my head, and I look at some of these rappers and I realize the way they make. Their money is by going on tour. Doing appearances, and we aren't going to see that happen for a very long time, and even when this vaccine does come out. Are People going to feel safe going to concerts? You know going to been used to see their favorite rappers. But so I don't care what they spend their money on. I'm just GONNA. Say if I was in the music game right now I would be buying a two zero eight thousand dollars off the market bag. Because you know they didn't get that from IRMA's. See. With this, because it's all relative, basically offset Cardi B. Large net worth was fifty million dollars together now for the two of you have actually crunched some numbers to say. Household it's fifty thousand dollars, that is a thousand to one. The math Dan. I'm actually crunch should have not yet. Thousand one them spending eight thousand dollars. Bag is like the fifty thousand dollar house spending tax dollars on one hand, and the reason I crunch these numbers. It's approved of my secret teach. Ya can do math sky. I have no idea, doesn't you? Got Extra question. Where'd you get? Where'd you get that figure from? Fifty million dollars up from a NAS Google search. Counting, how much are they were two, thousand, four, hundred, twenty, six, million combined. My network, it says three million dollars I don't even have three dollars right now. Okay, so let's break dance. Let's have a look what you can blood Oh God you. Know what it is all relative if the parents can afford it, so what parents want to give their children the best of the best if they can afford it, they want to give their kids more than what they had. So I stand what they're doing here. It's their one and only child together They have millions upon millions. I don't think that the bag is slowing down at all even though they're not. Doing their concerts touring her. Whatever people are still streaming and downloading music? They're still selling their records. They're still making these instagram posts that are probably worth millions so vain. Thousand dollars is a drop in the bucket for them. What. Does it send. What precedent does that. Send to the child who grows up and gets eight thousand dollar bag at her second birthday. What happens at the fifth birthday? What happens at the tenth person and? I. Say this because Tori. Spelling had a silver spoon in her mouth. Her Daddy spoiled her until the day he died, and then after that her mother was like. Hey, you need to grow up. You learn how to balance a checkbook if you'd never teach your kids value of a dollar and you just give them whatever they wanted. You started at an early age. Then you end up with somebody who doesn't know how to be an adult when it comes to finances, and that's what you're raising. It is ridiculous fishing handbag. Isn't a Birkin the resale value kitchens value, says conner. Appreciate sometimes yes, sometimes it was. Really down and out Shakin. Maybe sell it in the future and you know Cardi did make a point. She also said you know we're doing red carpet appearances. We're going to these fancy places. If I was just running around and letting my child the wear whatever she wanted or whatever she wanted, she just be in a diaper all day, and then you'd be shaming me that she's looking all. You know messy so. Who got? Right now, but if the Child With her hopping. Letter V. Who's WHO's going out the house right now? To your part to your point Scott yes, Birkin's do keep their value. If you take care of them that two year, olds going to have a marker spaghetti sauce. So So. I will I will buy Cultures Birkin a couple of years with all the glitter in the cramps. Okay, you guys. We WanNa know what you think about this. Tweet US your thoughts at Hashtag daily pop. Okay. Let's get to Brooklyn Beckham, Lee, getting married and getting a little heated about it, he niccolo pelts announce their engagement with this beautiful photo. He's twenty one. She's twenty five. Some people are saying they're too young. Woody reds FDU agree. As a twenty one year old, who's the son of David? Beckham and he's good looking himself. He knows what he's giving up taking himself off. The market I also crunched the numbers to see. But it's a big sacrifice, so if he's found the one good on him, but I just know all his friends that are getting wingmen all the girls he had around him. They going to be very disappointed. I. Appointed when you're Nikola hells, and she's probably got a lot of friends who will show up for his boys I'm GonNa, say for myself twenty one was a little bit young. Because of WHO I've become between twenty, one and thirty one citing, there's a lot of growing but I will say. Jen's e doesn't think about the same thing the things that we. We think about and our parents thought about and the parents before that you know when you came to divorce and marriage. It doesn't work out for GNC there like that's cool. There's after that we can get divorced and twenty four hours They're not concerned with the stigma that divorce carries. Are this shame that it will bring because that generation doesn't know that? Out. They are concerned about that because if you look at Brooklyn, he's had such a great example of what a marriage could look like. His parents have been married for years. David Becton got so much flack when he got engaged when they got married, he was in his early twenties and they are still married today I feel like Brooklyn. Brooklyn is just a romantic love love. He wants to find that person who shares with the same way. His parents are so yes. I say he's like Oh. If I get divorced I. don't care I think that he's really GonNa you know. Put his best effort in. Aaron think about it when your grandparents got married, they just stayed together for life. Because that's what we did, you know Garner. Your grandparents generation stayed together for life because that's what you did when you got married in the fifties, and then when you got to the next generation like your parents all right? We're GONNA. Stay together until the kids get out of the house. Because that's the right thing to do this generation will give married in Vegas and get divorced by the time they get to La because it's just another life choice that they made. Made it's not a life changing decision. It's just life choice on their path. They're so and free think about the way they think about things Zaidi if you were a child of the sixties and Seventies. Don't say that word in my house. You just set, or you're just anxious, and then now those kids are just this. Kids are not afraid to talk about mental disorders and depression and anxiety, because that stigma isn't with them. That you brought up. I agree with that, but I just. I, do value marriage more than just getting on an APP and ending it straight away I'd been waiting thirty two years now to find the right person because I actually do value with so much. I Really WanNa find that lock potter. Von and that's what I'm White Eagles. On treating it like a bit of a body, and let's have an expensive wedding and let's get divorced. This is good time. Let's do it again and again and again you're just you're just too old at this point thirty two one sorry. Twenty. I not. Ninety. Girlfriend if I was Scott's girlfriend watching Australia right now, it'd be like. Oh, you still Wayne your whole life to person. We gotTA break coming up. You guys. We've got Khloe, Kardashian. Guys we will see you after the break. We got khloe coming up in this show. It was really a fantastic unique journey and a beautiful love story, and then very risky, because this could have fallen flat, and not worked at because of the fine line met rides. Sought after. Script. matter of fact I had to go in and fight for it. I just felt such a connection with this character and with this movie mother brought. To sign. You? Walk out of this film so uplifted and yet are two people aren't together. Do want it to be good and finding. I wanted to to leave me with. Yet another experience. gave me such a good feeling inside that people would see this movie and it would do something positive for their lives. Oh my first of all Demi Moore's hair back in one, thousand, nine, hundred and everything. Doesn't you got when we were watching that? I mean. Can you believe it's been thirty years? Since Ghost hit theaters, the movie started demean and Patrick Swayze and Whoopi Goldberg. It was a huge head I. Mean I think that movie basically made everyone want to take up pottery, which you guys agree. Massive those a huge. Lottery Association of America have you. Since. Have not tried it yet. it is definitely something I. WanNa do for a date night. All, right, you guys. You know we've all been home recently. With our significant others, maybe too much time I'm, but that doesn't mean that people aren't also swiping writing a new study from the University of Tennessee found that couples or having affairs through dating apps now more than ever. Why do you think more people are cheating right now? You know I think when we're in relationships and we don't take into. Account how much other people's about allegation for your partner really does count. I think people have work husbands and workwise. They have people who flirt with the beauty salons, and the haircut places that they go to, and they're not getting that validation and I think it's important for people now I wouldn't want my partner. Swipe right or left because I know if. It's happening online. It can happen in real life. Look at these ticket prices. You can get hard words for fifty each way so anything is possible. But I think you have to let your man I dunno by beating dating APP, but I think flirting with somebody on instagram like putting a little hardy moody or gained. Some attention is not that bad. Not. Bad you don't think it's bad, I think. Can Be used the dating APP as well. The way people signed into these demands and send pictures and get all flirting with replying the stories or you know in the comment section I think it can also be dangerous, it's. Very quickly, and you're to put you. Think the problem with right now is it's just. Too, easy ten years ago twenty years ago to having an affair. Made Up, was somebody took a? Now it's yes. It's in the palm of your hand way too easy a dating APP major cheating because you've gone it installed rate a completely different instagram twitter facebook. That's a different kettle of fish where you have, there's a fine line between having a friendly conversation with a friend or colleague Stranger and then stop by your put down. I'm in a relationship. Sorry I can't keep talking. So. Do. We all agree that it counts as cheating if it is online. Dating. I. Don't know I. DON'T I found? Or Kim to her. Boyfriend's. Jokes. Go talking about hairstyles and here we go. Looking at men's style you. Know I I, do think it's one of those exact. You have to take into account that you're man or woman is not getting that attention that she is used to he or she is used to at at home, so yes, if it is a dating website, I totally agree, but if you just flirting Indians Gimme that Password second-seeded won't go any further, but you can do your thing for now. You Know I. Do not let me find an APP on your phone. Do not let me find that up. Is Nice. He's got calculated plus everyone. Nags working. She's telling that's why she has a better than Kim. Courtney right now is. About co-parenting. Here with me now is Khloe. Kardashian herself the age. Of calabasas. How are you, chloe? I am great. How are you just you know what I'm good? I actually have a bone to pick with you right now. Because the beginning quarantine I was like you know what I'm just going to eat, I'm GONNA get big I'm going to. Let this go, and then I turn on my g, and you're pulling a stroller up a hill, carrying weights, and you kinda through my plan off. Okay, but that was after I. Think Month of Quarantine Evening I. Think I did the same thing, is you? I chilled for about a month. I was like you know what let's all buckled down. Like a lot of bad things are happening. What stay home and do this? And then after a month I was like I think I'm gonNA. Go crazy sitting here. I have to do something so and with you know you don't have helped nothing so you strap that baby to a wagon and let's run. Oh, my speaking of the baby, being a mom to two year old cannot be easy right now. How are you keeping true entertained? And how are you keeping yourself from going crazy? It's definitely not the easiest, but when I see what Courtney in camera. And they're you know Kim as for kids. And Courtney has three, and they're trying to educate so many different like age ranges I'm like I am not GonNa Complain I am good. I have a two year old. We're not doing the school thing yet, so I am just thankful for that. I have a whole new respect. I mean I've always had a respect for Moms, but I think teachers don't get enough credit I. Think I mean it's just crazy. What everyone's dealing with? An everyone just has to be kinder to themselves because we're all just doing the best, we can and doing a damn good job so. There's MOMS out there I've been watching your sisters, but you know the Kardashians liked to be busy. You guys like to be booked. Who's having the worst time with staying in one place right now? Because I know Kris Jenner normally on that boat right about now from June to August so let me tell you I've already heard. She has been colorful Kaftans for the. The last week or two like just daydreaming that she's on this, she's like you are so Buji and have the best light imagination, and it's awesome, but Kim and I have found our little groove. At first it was challenging, but now we like to be busy. We like to be bucks, but just kind resetting having all this time with our kids. It's really nice. Nice now, being stuck in quarantine can get a bit stressful. which was some people can trigger migraines. You've struggled with them for most of your life. Right I have I've struggled with migraines since I've been an about the six grade, and it's I'm really happy to be doing this. In promoting about North Dakota with because I was kind of ashamed. Ever talk about my. My migraines because nobody in my family had them so when I would speak about them, they would always be played down like it's a headache. Just push through your good, and it's not that easy. I wish it wasn't. It's not and you know so. Many people suffer from my grains predominantly women and they really are something that can be debilitating and so with. Ner Tech obt. It's amazing. It's a dissolve -able pill. It's an oral dissolving pill, and it's something that I've been able able to take. That has been one of the very few things that have actually helped me with my migraines, and especially during quarantine and comet stress raw under I've suffered more and more so to have something like this. I'm so grateful and I'm happy to be you know hopefully telling so many people about it, so they have an alternative solution. The only side effect has been at. There's been nausea for some people, but it's been awesome for me. Tell us about this new online community that you have launch because you are inspiration to me because I always go to you. For Guidance for Info when my work. And just keeping a clear head what has taken today? Mitt to you well, I I've had several different incidences where I have had migraines in the morning, so I love the take back today, because before my day would be somewhat gone, and now with an ot you get back your day, so that's kind of what the whole community is about. Is that you? Get Control of your day again. You get your life back. Oh my God. We'll speaking of getting my life back. Season eighteen is about to come back in that second half. What can fans? It's yes, you're going to see us into going into the Pantheon that which I think is just interesting for a lot of people, a lot of me and tristen navigating the co-parenting thing with one another. It seems to be working knowing co-parenting so well where it's the prize, the hell out of me, too, so I mean we're doing a great job and I'm really grateful that we're able to I come from a family that you know my mom and my dad they. They would have dinner once a week and my Stepdad and my dad would play golf once a week together, so I come from a family that like just because people aren't together doesn't mean you have to be rude or like out of your life. You share children with them, and you want to kind of have this blended family, and so I'm just used to that I'm sure it's so weird to so many people, but Tristan has been so amazing during the corn team. He's been so helpful and when you can't rely on so many other people's health so great that you have essentially your partner US choose dad, and I need I need his help. Now so I'm really grateful for that and we've been getting along and I mean. It's been weirdly really good. That's awesome. Thank you so much for chatting with me and I have to ask you for one favor. Let's get Kris Jenner to throw a Capri. Party where we all show up in CAFTANS and pretend that we're in. Italy and we can social distance deal. Yes. That sounds actually like the best night of my life I. Feel like I. Need this nationally, yes. Resnick is back in town next year. I'M! Going to throw this party. Yes, thank you pay for doing it. I'll see you soon love. She Hey all the T- came through this. Is League good telling you? It's a good chat, but it's so good that we're going to have a second part tomorrow. And she's talking about rows return to the spotlight, and what really happens with her sisters behind closed doors I mean. She did not hold anything back. Justin I can watch. You have that conversation all day long. I feel like I was just like a little fly on the wall. Watching events friends stock. It was amazing. Data. Oh. It was actually yeah. I. Better get invited all right. We're wrapping up some of your thoughts with some tweets truly Julie Thanks Cultures Birkin bag is a little extravagant, but I'm not a fan of telling parents what to do with their kids. Don't tell me I will tell you fair. All right. You Guys Chris, says if my mom can affording in it, and that is our show for today. I love you. Guys go by. Today was fun. Done will be.

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Introducing - Sklarbro Country - The Virus Pods

Dumb People Town

27:59 min | 5 months ago

Introducing - Sklarbro Country - The Virus Pods

"Starving guys welcome to the show. Randy sklar here. I'm Jason sklar where the SKLAR brothers in. This is. Our daily podcast. Our new venture that is called scarborough country the virus episodes or the pandemic PAS. I don't know what do you like better by like two guys. One couch all right. We are distant socially safely. Although this is about the distance we were in the womb. The you know. What's interesting about this pandemic I will say if I'm looking at what's interesting about this panda one thing. That's interesting about the Pentagon. Then we'll tell you why we're doing this podcast but go ahead the thing. That's interesting for me Silver lining if I had to find one And there are many. There's too many to count Is that I don't have over linings right now are like toilet paper. They're everywhere they're everywhere. Everyone's gotta easily accessible. So I People are hoarding them. I don't have to touch randy skin now. I don't R- often do this in my lifetime. I could maybe count on one a bare hand the amount of times. I've touched skin-to-skin on my brother and I will say that when I touch randy skin it feels like you know how when you fall asleep on your arm and then take a little bit then. It goes dead. You get dead armed ed arm. It does not feel like your arm. You see banging against the wall a couple of times just to get the feeling back in. Why would you ever bang anyone's someone else's you're banging someone else's feels like an? Why would you do that? You're just trying to pull yourself back. Okay it's like touching randy's like touching my own cold dead self dead self. Yeah let's it so Pandemic has made it socially acceptable to not even have to do that. Ever so thank you all right the way glad. That's out of the way but the reason we're doing this podcast is that we like you are trying to make our way through this crazy. New Normal of a world. We looked out there and we saw that. Nobody is doing a podcast. We said look. This is fertile ground. It's wide open. No what we wanted to do was give you a break because we're looking forward in our days and looking for it in our times a break some sort of a a thirty minutes a day not that much you might put the air pods in the headphones in and walk around. Walk outside for thirty minutes and just give yourself a respite from the news. We're going to post the video of this on Youtube. You can watch us. You can see where we are hunkered down in a bunker. This is our T. is my basement. Does our take on the world as we see it every day and we want to give you a little something every day to make you laugh. Give you a little escape because there. Aren't that many escapes anymore. No there are no escapes. The only escape rooms rep and that is scary and sad We'll talk about the world. Is we see it as we're moving through it we'll give you some recommendations of things to watch things to listen to. We're not going to tell you to do it. No but we'll recommend it's harshly if I cough at all and I've caught a few times. I doubt herself in Piero. He's going to drink it. Randy is convinced. I have the virus. I'm not so sure. Yeah well let's talk about the fact that there are no sports so this this is something that is how you cope. And I'm not coping well and the way I'm trying to I guess cope is that I am watching old games in their entirety as air presented to me on television. Not Youtube no on television. Not even teams that I care about are like the other day I watched nineteen seventy-nine cubs versus phillies. The twenty three to twenty two game rose Pete Rose Bengal. You know he had skin in that game He did have skin in that game He the way he slammed the ball down from first base when he bounced the ball. The cubs fans booed him. Here's the thing that I was taken by when I was watching this crowd here. The Arrow his hair was unbelievable. Like a hair helmet. It looked like like they were both baseball's yes space. It was a space ball does helmet so what. I was taken by. When when they pan to shots of the crowd yeah. Nobody was wearing cubs gear. No not one person. It was middle of summer. They were all wearing jeeves and no shirts so g glades is there so hot. They can't habitat circa by the way. Do not know the shorts were an option. Nineteen seventy had shorts in seventy nine. Th the truth matter. Is that like jeans of any sort it honestly. It looked like it could have been a concert. Genes did not. It did not look like a coalition jeans on tells me that you are willing to be hot for whatever you're doing shirt off tells me you don't care what the public thinks right but jeans on says you care what someone thinks and let me say in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine hundred seventy the nobody. Nobody worked out. Yeah no one known. No he worked out. People were thin but they were not in shape. There's a difference between drink more back then. It was nobody was fascinating. I watched that I watched a bunch of other games. I watched the ninety two. I was watching the Fab five and watch their tournament Ron. I watched the University of Michigan. One thousand nine hundred eighty nine. Men's basketball team in their semifinal win against Illinois to get into the championship game against Seton Hall and they wanted to Illinois mazing and what was amazing to me. Is that no one had tattoos. No-one no-one took three point shot. No yeah like eight three-pointers that's it. That's it a cup like the three point line with something that people knew there was something that people knew about but didn't really they didn't realize hey every down we could get three. Yeah we get three points instead of that we can get one and a half amount of points every time from art getting what he did analytics at all so was fascinating interesting to see how that was but it was it because it. It transports me to another era right. So I'm not thinking about what's going on now actually thinking about what life was like back then and simple and beautiful. That's right that's right. So that's we're going to try and provide with this podcast and talk about what you guys do and you can tweet us at squad brothers and you can ask. Us questions. We'll try to answer those. You can give us suggestions tells things that you're watching. You're enjoying somebody sent us. This was so funny. The show beyond belief where it it feels like a Ripley's believe it or not type shows that show is Ripley's believe it or not know beyond belief is just little past what we couldn't fully tap them yes and so there's someone slowed down what the guy was. The host was saying now. This is an old bit that they did on. Jimmy Kimmel allot drunk Bush. I think Bush slowed down what this guy was saying and it sound sound. You mean it sounds like a lot of questions at the beginning to get you into each episode and they strung them together. Each of those question have ever seen a poem or every few truck. Stop Fun yet. Hilarious so I recommend that. Check that out. These are fun things to do and take your mind. We are hoping that this podcast starts with a few people and those people share it with other people were even willing to take some people sharing and don't listen to it and carry it to another person and you share and then suddenly there are. It's it multiplies. Virus Way. Really and people will then understand that this podcast then takes over. What everybody is doing cant even contain it? It's like the movie outbreak which I don't know if you know. Their marketing plan was put in One Theater. And then see what happens. See what happens and then you saw what happened. Three thousand theaters after the third weekend. These are scary times. I'M NOT GONNA LIE. I'm I I feel nervous a lot I do. I have had a cough and everyone around me is like you're you're dead. You're dead at Milwaukee Hill. Everyone around you. That's that's you should not be hearing that from your six year old daughter regular basis. She tells it like it is. She does like her she. She cut through the clutter. So my thing is I drove over to. Randy's house to do this and against Governor Gavin newsome's direction. I don't even know who that guy is. and as. I was driving every time I'm on the road I had to drive to the to my rite aid store. Which is my explain. Your see your rite aid store. People don't know this. It's the right up on Fairfax in sunset. And a Lotta Times. You'll go there after we're done doing. Stand up sets at the IMPROV conduct. You've got to pick up a prescription. That's the best time to go and simultaneously the worst freaks. Come out at night. Is it terrifying play? I will say that on a regular week weeknight. At after ten PM you're right. Eight looks like the apocalypse is upon us. Yeah I'm like Vampires two of you is. It hasn't rained for weeks. And two of you have galoshes on. It's crazy place now. Nightdress for the season now. The place fits everybody in there. You're like you're looking at the guy who is basically wearing a trash bag for pants and you're like can I get a pair of those. Can I get a pair of those? What are we doing this now? Are we doing this? Is this happening? That's what your ass so so I was heading down anytime. I see anyone driving on their own. Like what's this asshole doing? What do you got to be out for? But then you're out I'm the one who's you're actually out to So yeah I go in there and I can't stop the anytime I go into a rite aid I or drugstore. I think about the bit that we did with Ryan stickler on our podcast that we revitalized on his podcast. The Honeydew Yup which was a story on people town about a guy who came in asking for where the cheese was where they kept a cheese. Which by the way if you're shopping for cheese at a rite aid a CVS or walgreens and you walk in there. You're not doing it right. You're doing it wrong and number two. They have a right to be terrified. People started running into the back just because the guy was asking for cheese. That's serial killer behavior and we are layers cheese the right and then we were trying to figure out. Where would it? So where is the cheese at your writing cheese? Myra is right by the vacuum bags. And the cough drops. So it's not by the coffee and the greeting cards. Why would it be by that? Because it makes sense. Some people would think it's by the box wind lawn chairs but it's not by not it would not be nowhere near the razor blades in the right guard. No No. It's not near the Halloween decorations and the foam. It's not near the loose leaf paper and the it's not near any of that. Don't make me laugh. So it's not near loosely paper. The Ace manages your same at and it's nowhere near the Ham royd queen cream and the swiffer. Wet Ones No okay. It's not near the batteries in the crutches. Thank God you can't put them by the batteries in the crutches. How about the hairdryers and the The palm aid. It's not near that. It's not there that it's not near the pantyhose. Indicate cats okay. Stop asking me that I find I can't stop doing that bit when I'm in there But I made it through there and I made it over here and I am struck by. It is a weird Post-apocalyptic feeling nobody's out and the people that are out there was suspicion. Yeah I'm like what are you? What are you what are you? Why are you not listening? Well you know they have podcast to do. We had a podcast. Because then if you say that and I'm GonNa be like okay all right I understand. It's all right. It's all right. Well you know. I know you saw the video of the people down on spring break. I mean the the fact that there are people who are the the fact that there were people and this was video shot recently Atta Hookah Bar. You like sharing UCA's sharing who because like now is like having sex with hookers without condoms. I mean you're fine. None of sharing the dice showed no no sharing. Uca's I I wouldn't have shared a hookah in one thousand nine hundred pre nine eleven. I wouldn't have shared a hookah. No I would not have shared a hookah in ninety eight share literally that would this taking me back to those times like it. Like if you're someone who's a hookah share I don't know if we can be friends period pandemic or not. This is this pandemic is for you. Well across what? I what I was appointed your saying this. This corona virus is ruining my spring break. I mean there which I get so I get it. So across the Board Randy across the board people are upset about that was when I was sure. Sure they're really post apocalyptic. Obviously people are upset that they can't connect with other people any more people are losing lots of money. People are getting bored and they are losing. We're losing tons of money are live performances are how we survive? I mean this is like a bad time to realize. Oh we're in the business of gathering people in a tight space to try and make them laugh. Yeah that's what we signed up to do. That's something that's maybe not the best choice. Take into account the global pandemic of infectious diseases that needed to be fought so everyone is upset about it. I was trying to think and I think this could be an interesting topic for our first episode. And you guys tweeted us what you think trying to think of what people what group of people were individual people who is happy that this are there people that are happy well and and I thought about the thing we did. We did a piece for tbs we directed and wrote a little piece that Pignataro star starting. She's so it was who of cubs fans who were happy that the cubs who was unhappy when the cubs won the world series and broke two thousand sixteen and broke the curse. There had to be at least one figured out who that person was. That was Steve Bartman fictitious sister Eve Bartman. Yes who had made a cottage industry out of making merchandise. That made fun of her brother. Steve Bright Shiny. God created Adam and Eve. Not Adam and Steve Bartman like she had twenty thousand adult diapers with Steve's face on it that said the phrase accidents will happen so she that she now had to eat. Couldn't download the you can't get rid of those at this time when everyone so happy whenever let him off so who are the people that are happy that this because there are some that are happy? And we'll get to those people right after this break. Hey guys welcome back to the show squad. Brothers here we're still alive. Still live recording from my randy's basement And we are going to do a daily podcast and I hope you guys enjoy the scarborough country the virus pot apps or the pandemic pods. What do you guys think two guys win couch still gonNA PANDEMIC PODS pandemic? Someone on twitter said sounded like Pam Mimic to which we then said. I'll reach out and touch you. Even in the face of a global pandemic PAM to which Pam Mimic responded and liked it. Now we didn't add her. She's just to sweeps. She's doing searches ever named searches of her name. Those who don't know Pam minic is a Rodeo announcer that we learn about doing our show. Cheap seats Sheila by the way feel free to start a campaign to get cheap seats. Yeah why just tweet at. Espn say where is cheap? We want a marathon of old. Cheap seats episodes. GotTa get that trending. Let's do it man. I think we can do it. Now is the time to do it. So so panic look like an adult version of a child. Beauty pageants she said adult. Jon Benet Ramsey. That's going too far but then never made it in the show no She was in a d. We said she's an adult child. Beauty Pag star Star Star. And she did she really. Did she have the cowboy hat on and the Kata Mak- smiled lot? Yeah so panic and we wrote a lot of poetry to her about Pam. I spread the ball around to all fields. East Bay the ball around to all fields. Like Tony Gwynn ICK PAM mayonnaise. Unlike Ted Kennedy. I would never take you to Chappaquiddick. Pam Men Mimic so she then found out that we were doing this and then she just hopped on board became a fan. I love this much. Respect for Pam Minute So before we had the break we we were trying to talk about. Who would be happy that this awful global pandemic does that whole dot com? There's GonNa be some people so my first thought and we talked about this on our other podcast view from the cheap seats. The Houston Astros. Yeah that's a group of people that I think are happy that this came along the moment that came along. They may not be happy but they're not mad. Altuve as dancing right now and not letting someone ripa shirt off because he has a buzzer underneath. He's excited because and I know where you're going with this Jay. Then they suddenly. Let's say the baseball season starts five months from now? Look we get like a very short. Maybe forty games YEP FIFTY Games. Let's say it starts in August and we get the month of August and the month of September and they play every day and we got some of the neighborhood of fifty five games or something like that. Okay Yeah so. Third of the season approximately And they get up. Fifty fifty and fifty is on. What is it? Fifty fifty five fifty five is one sixty five in their one hundred sixty two. How does that math not add up? It's three more than the actual fuzzy math. So the point is that if they were to do that and guys got back and played even if they're playing non in front of fans but the sport is back and people can watch it and people are happy about it. Are they really going to be throwing at the? Astros heads like we were expecting at the beginning of April by the end of March. Guys were vilified. Yeah these guys were vilified. They were thought to be a group of people that messed with America's pastime that cheated in a way that ruined the innocence of the game. I guess that had come back since. Steroids ruined the innocence. So that now people are like if you throw at the Astros had the NBA Patty. Yeah come on look at that. We glad we are bad baseball bat. We've made it through a pandemic you're gonna now throat my head because of this and suddenly they have a leg to stand on. You know it's almost like thank you. Thank you cove in nineteen. You gave us You gave us relief so one of the things so we've been trying to figure out what are things we can watch. We'll wait. Let me add one more person to who I only happy that because I want to talk about your mic millions though. I will one more thing that I'm hoping that I think people who's happy. This abbey every Wednesday. Yeah the wigner who I'm we'RE GOING TO GIVE DAVID. Spade credit credit saw him at the Walker and called him Walker Texas Ranger Fan de spayed. Feel free to call him that. By the way David Spe will be on David Spade. Show lights out. He's going to do like a sequestered skype in panel that we're going to do on Wednesday march twenty fifth. So watch us on that. Hey so Yeah so I think Weinstein wine seat attic. 'cause yes he's going away to prison and that doesn't change anything and that sucks but he is not being spoken about in weight like we'd be spending a lot of time talking about Harvey Weinstein Right now right. So he kind of slips and the way off the hook not off the hook but he's not in the light and so what that got me starting to think of and this will be a viewing recommendation. Do you guys is the documentary on. Hbo If don't have HBO. Maybe I'll just if you don't know what. Hbo IS OKAY. So Hbo Documentaries did a thing called millions which is a huge fan of nate McMillan. Let's nate former coach of the. That's the layer for the Seattle Supersonics not make millions. Portland's coach Nate McMillan's nate McMillan. Yup make millions is the documentary. They made about how the McDonald's monopoly game was compromised by the mob in Florida and like a Jewish guy so funchal Jerry Uncle Jerry. And there's another jerry like from the mob and those guys got together huge. Jerry's. I'm not going to give it away. 'cause I don't WanNa see it but is it. Is it better than the documentary King of Kong? It's I would almost put it in the same ballpark because the characters are the people in. It are like soap. Meticulous like the FBI guy who wants to go undercover and start this whole to. It's so great gripped. Everyone is perfect. Yeah and what I love about it. What was fascinating about? It is the time that they caught. Everyone in the case came to light. Everyone's outrage was boiling too was at a report of August. Two thousand one. Yeah August two thousand one. So the F. B. I spent all this time. Yup they were digging into this case and then suddenly they're like now it's over. We gotta do real. I guess work. I GUESS WE CAN'T BE. I can't as we can't be filling up our file books with Mick Ribs right that's done that's over because now we gotta deal with people now aren't exactly and finding out using FBI for that. So in that vein. The Astros are happy astor off while his happy. I can't really think of anyone else. Who's a deplorable human being right now? Mark Kelly maybe our Kelly the heat's off him Logan Paul. Some of the heat's off him I don't know I. It just does kind of feel like how many influencers are going to like. Go around and start touching people in public play. You know what I mean that video. That's a Logan Paul video waiting to happen. Go for Bro. I come at us on this couch. Bro. Yeah we're right here. There's a spot in between us that we're not GonNa let you sit on Bro. Come get get get out from under their on. Our eight thousand Bro. Come on Bro. That's our that for those who don't know. Sorrows Ryan Raiders. Fan Horizon Raiders. Vans to do a new a nuance and his brother. Chewy NUUANU on Cami and their son damaged shared. They have a son named Kenny Junior. Can now there is no one in the name of Allah Name Senior? They call them Kenny Junior. Both these guys are over. Four hundred pound kid is twelve pounds and they've worn flip flops to a funeral. Get it out from there. Hey Get die helped. Lift the casket bull. Hey put on the kettle chips. And let's lift up that casket broke on Bra. Come on Bro. Raiders are on our bro Gruden designer. All he's knocking would come on Bro So you know for me this this this period of time does wash away some of those things that happened before because there is a feeling of this unlike. I've ever had over anything else where it is. There is life before this thing started. There is life after and those things will never be the same again. We're going to become a nation of Howie Mandel. We're going to become a not not even American I right. We're going to become a nation of Howard Hughes is I hope I was thinking about that. Just people germophobic Lee isolating isolated in our own. Little airplane hangars. The Simpsons did it so well with Mr Burns feet in Kleenex. Susan Kleenex Boxes. That we've used. That is what we are going to become the crazy thing. Is You just right now? It's the beginning so we almost don't even know the severity of everything. And maybe you know maybe maybe things accelerate at a rate that we don't even understand and they find ways to I with accident. I mean I would love for what we're doing right now to feel like ridiculous. A quaint absurd thing right. Nothing would make me happier than for us. Look like fools for doing this right now. But we're here for you and we're going to be here answering all the questions you have Talking about the things you want to talk about. I WanNa talk about before we get out of here before we get out of here. This first episode music and or songs to listen to during the pandemic and music and or songs on tidal alone are inappropriate for pandemic lessons. I think something that's appropriate. Don't stand so close to me. You go there you go. I think an edict some. That's inappropriate touch me by the doors or I touch myself. Yeah appropriate. You can do that. I would say a lot of it just pure L. Afterwards and before before you touch anything else any surface after that I I would say that. Not In a pandemic appropriate. Can't touch this not appropriate too legit to quit which I mean. He wasn't too legit to quit. He was not. You can't make a statement like that you can't start hanging out with the Falcons team that never wanNA super that's right and say we're all too legit to quit your your stink. That's right. Mc Hammer on those people what other what other songs are appropriate and non approach. I mean I don't know okay. I want to hear your songs reach out and touch someone. That's one he can't do chow doesn't want his. That's an old. At and T. Song Song reach out and touch someone that came from a song. No it didn't. It did not all right. I don't know all right. Let's hear yours Favourite pandemic songs. I'll say that I'm going to give you an album to listen to. That is really beautiful and really cool. it's called the neon skyline and the artist is called. His name is Andy Shelf S. H. A. U. F. Canadian beautiful voice very lifetime. Any kind of Paul. Simon very layered thoughtful music. He did a whole album about going down to his local bar and everything that surrounds that in him with a losing girlfriend and all that stuff and and relationships and it's it's just beautiful all homes. We can't do anymore. Yup going down to your local bar so check that out and on skyline and I will say this for many years and for I would say for. Decades people made fun of Brian Wilson. For the way he lived he may be the guy that we're all looking to. He's the most prepared for it. Outbreak like cove in nineteen. Yup Brian Wilson put a sandbox in your living room. And then hide under your covers. Put us in your ears if you can every week hopefully will walk with you in moments of quiet solitude and in the moments where you see only one set of footsteps just know were podcasting for you and that's when we carried you. We're the SKLAR brothers. This is scarborough country the virus F. Sport the pandemic pods you decide during the week. We're going to drop a week every single day. We're going to give you something. All right guys be safe out there. Love each other. Love yourselves route star beans on their podcast network.

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Ross and Carrie Join Eckankar (Part 7): Wonderful Life Edition

Oh No Ross and Carrie

1:27:15 hr | 1 year ago

Ross and Carrie Join Eckankar (Part 7): Wonderful Life Edition

"Uh-huh. Welcome to own a rough and carry the shower. We just report on fringe science spirituality, and claims of the paranormal knits. We take our selves mimic. The claims we show up so you don't have to sponsor Kerry poppy, and we are back at car. Yeah. So we're at our Minnesota conference springtime conference. And now it is Saturday. Yes. Second full day of the conference. If you're just joining us, go back to part one if I can car, confused, otherwise, you heard about this great podcasts excited to hear Rawson carry, but we're going to be talking about Eck and car, and it would help to learn a little bit about them can tell you, they love to chant the Hugh, and they are based out of Minnesota, which is where we are as we tell the story, yes, not this moment where I can California correct, and their spiritual leader as a man named SRI herald clamp. What more do you need to know acting car's been around for thousands of years? You might think it's only been around since the seventies. That's when we found out about it. But no thousands of years underground, there's a, a lot about soul travel, and masters anyways. We'll talk more about it. But that is car o. I been listening to that song by SRI Daren gross. Oh, the grates on the road. Oh, do not can co those who have used to. It's really good. So back at these spring seminar in Minneapolis Minnesota April twentieth four twentieth. Four twenty also Hitler's birthday, also Earth Day. It's there about. Yeah. I think it might be the first Saturday after April twentieth. Okay. L and I think this Saturday, but it was Earth Day month. No question. Also, I think this was the twenty th anniversary of the Columbine massacre. Oh, that's right. Yeah. Well, a lot of things happen on for twenty also a lot of people smoking pot. That's also true. And we were at an echo cargo prince blasted out of our minds. That's not true, smoking marijuana the head in eight thirty AM Hugh, both of us. I think skip that. Yeah, we get it. We have on our shared calendar every day at eleven AM where reminded to sing the he'll have you been doing it? Not regularly when it happens to coincide with my daily schedule and like, oh oh, right. Then I'll do it on the calendar. And I'm doing something else right now. But it's a nice reminder to stop in Hugh, Hugh. It is nice. It makes you feel good. You wanna make it today. I say we Hugh you. We got to hear just make it. You don't know this MC hammer sing along. There's a song we've got to pray just to make it today. Don't never. Wow. If only MC hammer had been an echo. I speaking have gone bankrupt. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. That would have been a good song. You never heard. You've got to just to make it today. Now. Okay. Until just now. Is this one of those I feel like we need to tweet at me? Tweet at me. I can't believe I can't believe hold on. Everybody is going to play this for real quick. We should get MC hammer on the show. It's a good idea. We should ask him. To make it today. That. For making today. It's easy to memorize. Just to make it today. Yeah. All right now, Kerry knows the song, so you don't have to send it to her. Yeah. Oh, a lot of people in the last of us, you are humming home star runner, definitely was well done to everybody who writes that was the system is down. That is my rave song, my go-to. Okay. Do do system is down the system is down system system system system. Yeah. As hell. A lot of people got that. Yeah. So we're back at Eck and car, and we skipped the Hugh. Then we went to Don of a golden age. Yeah. Which was in that same giant conference room. We've just been in the previous night, and we're everybody had been hewing. I started out as the he was completing. They made me go to the very back of the room. Oh, so is in the final rose. But then after the he was done. I got up to like the fourth row. I got really close to the front interesting. No, cutting during the Hugh. Yeah, we came in at different times. I see that in my notes. So I arrived at nine thirty four and sat in the last row. Okay. I was there at eight fifty four, so I got the tail end of the Hugh what happened in your forty minutes. Let me tell you let me tell you what, you missed the very beginning. So there was a woman who came to warm up the crowd. And she had that energy, and you can tell the crowd in it, but she was working for, but I liked her. She was like a really good introducer. And she was talking about some openings in the tech department thing I sent you. The job description. Okay. I'm sorry. I forgot to apply thought you might be good for the tech department. I might have about the technological skills that are currently employed that act then men and women were invited up. And they were talking about just sharing Eck and car with others. So again, a little more of the missionary zeal than I think I'd been led to expect from Eck and car. So they had people raise their hands in the audience, if they had shared Eck in your home raise your hand and everyone would raise their hands. Have you shared echina- meeting? Okay. Sure. People raise their hands. How about it a friend's home? Oh, we're still doing this. Okay. Yes. Sure. People raising their hands and Email or a text. Have you told people that Atkin card that way? It just it kept going. Let's see all this conversations over the phone on public transportation at a picnic or in up hark, just waiting for everybody to raise their hands. At a family gathering. I'll. How many people raise their hands for picnic and park smattering? Yeah. But some definitely some in a letter out on a walk in school, or at a college to spell that out at or on the way to a seminar like this one postering. So I have you put Eck in car messages on a poster somewhere for someone to read. How about at a childcare center allow hospital or health care party, or event while running errands, the gym or while doing sports? Yeah, it goes on. There's at least twenty five thirty categories Oei I can't leave out. Also, they ask in a dream or contemplation. Okay. So in your minds told other people, yes, actually that's consistent so good job guys yet. That's fair. That's the best time to share if they really do believe you can communicate with others in your. Contemplacion's. You should be sharing Eck and car. They're on an Uber or lift or taxi a lot of people raise their hands for that. One of gotta be fun. Right. Although I left Trevor who started talking to me about Scientology sees a independent scientologist. It seems like Uber slash lift are very potent fields, for people to evangelize. Whatever the messages. Are we just went to another seminar, very recently? And there was a woman sitting in front of us, who was bragging about using her Uber driver to share that message totally. Yeah. I mean you know that it's going to be a short interaction. You can see exactly how long it's going to be on your GPS and awkward, our minute. Right. Yeah. You're captive audience wonder if we should lead of movement to like down vote people who share. I loved it. Fair talks about Jesus. I'm like, oh, this is going to be a good ride a fair for us. We're not normal person there. But also Josh from the flat earth group. He was an Uber driver, who. Okay. Tell people about. Yeah. Oh, great. I got the flatter Uber driver for the next forty minutes, also at a cafe or restaurant, a barber shop in line at a store. This was this fast as I could. Right. So just trying to keep up with what they were saying they had lots of ideas. So after that, they ask people okay, well who had over ten categories that they were able to raise their hand forced and up. Now what if I dreamed about doing? Oh, that would count, then they had them stay standing if they'd done twenty then they had people stand up if they had twenty five or more. And so those people got like ovation clapping for their accomplishment. And the speaker said, you are all the hana's. Oh, that was a new term look up. And essentially, I think that's just the next level above are a hot us. You can be a teacher. Well, or you can be essentially a missionary of on, well, someone who shares Eck with the world and starting to feel more and more really far down on the ladder as Chella. Right. Well, hey, you got to attain something gotta keep you in it. If you're working reading your lessons as SRI hero clump still hasn't visited me migraines. I look everyday look to right there were at my apartment right now. You see it. He has attached ear. Lobes. Started point that out. Can you see them in the photo? No, my sight is not that good. Sheriff's a tiny photo over there by my bed, then it's a little out of the light. But yeah. That's your noted. We'll, maybe if I see my dreams, I'll be like, is this really you show me your ears? Some of my favorite people have attached to my wife has attached dealers. I never noticed that. Do I wait. Hold on. Most almost if you have your lobes their subtle, okay? Subtle ear lobes. He like if your loves but I don't know why we're talking about. Remember that SRI held had attached to you? Then we had two guys come up Rodney and Philip, and they're both musicians from New York, and my Australian bird story guy came up on stage and he interviewed them about being musicians and how Atkin car influences their music. I think they played like a quick duo one on the piano, the other I can't remember but they had the most boring explanations wasn't a talk worth having. So one was saying how he sees himself as a conduit for act. And he just visualizes light when he's gonna play and shares his love with the audience coal. Okay. Sharon you love. So then they asked the other guy and Rodney said, ELL. He said. Got a good laugh. I think then he went on to elaborate, I asked the tell me what notes you want to come out and it sounded exactly like how Christians talk about the Holy Spirit. I'll share in even said, not my will. But I will be. Oh, wow. Okay. Yeah. And then after that, he says, and then I think about what would the audience like to hear? Yeah. Okay. Well that's important. And then third, I think about what would I like to sing? So after that, they had some local directors come up. I don't know. Did you get to see these local directors? Yes, I was there for them. So there was Chrissy in America. I think guy is well, only okay? Yes, they were introduced as the hana's. So now we've got that term. Okay. Oh, goodness Erica. Was so low energy. She was talking about being raised into a can of things that I do to try to gather people together to talk about at can car. And, you know, I do my exercises daily and try to be consistent. Make everybody. Memorize these things you can tell every single word is memorized. I noted that she used the phrase, I was molded to Chelsea. We use the phrase it was really through my parents effort. And I thought she's just not into this not the most compelling Burs into have. They're talking about spreading to the world, and then they would do, like stilted questions for one, another thing, which really helped inspire me. Only have you had experience where you were inspired in your work. Thank you for asking Erica. Yes, I did. Oh, yeah. He had a story, I think about being an engineering school and he had a test. He wasn't ready for the test, and then it was delayed. And he thanked Eck for that. Yes, we would hear a lot of stories again about the ways that act changed people's lives, and these miraculously as than they would be the most banal little everyday story. And now he will always say yes to Eck, a remember when I told my dad that I wasn't a believer anymore. He started sharing a story of kind of what had led him to Christ. And he had said that once at school when. He was young teacher. He'd had a disagreement with somebody and just kept saying, I need to apologize, which is, so my dad to kind of fixate on something that he needs to make. Right that he felt he did wrong. And he said that the next day when he got there to the school to the parking lot. She was standing right there in front of his parking spot. And that was how he knew Jesus was real. Yeah. The, the long and short of it. Okay. Thank. Well, that's very nice story. I if you're seeking Oetken that happens then that confirms Eck if you're seeking run Hubbard and that happens confirms L Ron Hubbard you're helping that your friend is also concerned about the conflict. You had your there are that perfectly rational, explanations for this. You know, her is through this institution. And she just happens to be there. The next day stranger things have happened, but it was a nice story. So the regional managers of the different accents are called. Is it recess? Yeah. That's what I heard recess. Resat to be the assistant to the regional manager and thought about. It's impossible now to hear regional manner without? Total. So that MC and I'm not sure which of our characters now that was who was emceeing in my mind, but she said she was bursting with love in the most memorized way. Maybe that was bursting. Love. Yeah. That sounds like Erica. But it reminded me of in church. We'd all memorize these songs that then you start really listening to lyrics. And there was one that when Lord, I feel like dancing. It's snus. Snus. Oh, but when the world has seen the lie, they will to answer with joy, like we're dancing. Now, remember this. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. You know, everyone's just come to memorize it. And no one was dancing. You know, just like these words, do not much this tone. I remember when I came out of very evangelical. Holy roller assemblies of God church, where I was raised for my first ten years, and then started going to church with my dad and stepmom at a Methodist church. I was there for seven years, they would sing out of the hymnals, and occasionally, it would talk about I raised my hands to the Lord. And so, I would think why can't say that as I'm seeing it and not raise my hands, but no one else in the audience is raising their hands. This is this honest of my God, mayo CD played havoc on those things, where would just be like, well, it can't say that because then I'm lined out, and then he's going to be my brain. He's going to be like, okay, why did you say that? If you didn't mean it and nobody else's doing it. And this is weird. Okay. I just won't sing that part. I just I still do that because now if I met a ball game or something. And everyone saying the pledge of allegiance I will stay silent for the under God. Part return to the pre nineteen fifty seven. I just don't say it in Kara will the pledge altogether or share. I don't pledge allegiance to my country. Okay. Your car will you look over at me like why are you making trouble? Did it say those two words, you're not screaming out, but not God or when my family is saying prayer together, I will silently smile weight. But I won't say Amen at the end, just doesn't feel right, fair. But you means I believe it is so make its whole total number one. Let it be done how you interpret that. Exactly. But of course, in the course of our investigations, we find ourselves doing all kinds of things where. We're following along the best. We can, then we got a video of SRI heralds clamp. No. Yes, maybe it was audio, but he gave an exercise where we would envision a room with three parts the past the present and the future and dissolve the walls between those three things. Now it's just one big room hasn't passed future. This is about when I started to suspect that most exercises are guided visualizations life is not divided into parts. He said he said that he does have this very unassuming Boyce. Yes, true. We also learned that will give you a different perspective than ninety nine percent of the people hill. Eck no just visualizing times. Oh, I see. I see. So this is giving us a different perspective than everybody else ninety nine percent. Well sin, then we would do. Hugh on a quiet, contemplation Owen, this time instead of may the blessings be shit like something in Hebrew. She said, Baraka, shod, which does sound very Hebrew. But apparently, that's just the way the ancient one said, may the blessings be, and since then I've heard it on a few occasions after a hue and contemplation who's the ancient one the ancient ones. So just. Masters, the ghee. You know, they've asked down their language. And I guess, Baraka, shod is another way you can end that contemplation. And we got a quote from the soup mod about not hurting one another and not hurting any other being in particular wireless, people, all at least vegetarian that would be consistent. Yeah, because they live in Minnesota. They don't know. But some of them do they should go to fig and Phero very good vegan restaurant. Okay. Yeah, I don't think I went to that one but we did go back to the forgiveness. Butcher pitcher one. It is. It's really good anywhere near there. Go there. Good, you can get like a Korean spare rib that has no ribbon Ammann's place. Their sandwiches are so good. Super good. That's the point. 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I mentioned that card before, were they give you all these little ways, like here's why is you can tell people about Eck, and so they were all sharing ways that they had shared Eck, one told the story about a babysitter coming by and how her daughter kept wanting to have the babysitter. Read to her out of this little blue book. That was an book, and the daughter would keep saying, Eck so that led the babysitter to ask, what's this all about. Right. Right. Why does your daughter keep coughing? One woman said choice leaves at cards on gas pumps they can have gas and God. Okay gas. I've guessing God. It's uncomfortable. We have another guy who plays Hugh, on his phone at work. And so a co worker asked him about it. And I love just thought the guy's like, yeah, exactly David high on the phone. Yeah. I notice you keep playing the sound. Yes, I'm so glad you asked. Well, it's very pleasant. Do you think that maybe like you could do it during the lunch hour because I keep during my sales calls then here. Oh, this is one of my favorite ones. One woman was telling a story of how she saw the Atkin her everyday life. And the story, basically announced to there was a freeway closure, and she noticed the freeway closures sign instead of accidentally getting on the freeway, and then being late and noticing that sign was God. This is the caliber of X stories. One of them admitted to falling asleep while listening to SRI herald. I can't remember what the spiritual message was there. That that's probably good, right? When you're asleep. That's when he visits you to recklessly fair. Just go to sleep anytime go. Yeah. It was also looking at my feedback form during this. So for each activity, you go to you get this feedback form. And yet, you have writer and the rankings would go from excellent to fair. There was no like poor. The lowest you can give it. It's fair. That's fine. But one star, yeah. Yeah. For star is excellent. Yeah. I kept one of these at first, I was diligently filling out for every session there. We welcome your feedback form but it gets a bit exhausting trying to manage all my other notes, but there's always people waiting by the door to collect these papers. So I held onto this one but yeah, they want you to fill out the basic info about which seminar. You're at you think they could just auto fill that if they're mentally. This many copies share God. There must have been so many. That then they'd have to divide 'em up to every session. Sure. Yeah. They have leftovers they can use them for next year. But they ask you first what were the most useful aspects of this event for you than how well did the facilitators present the material? Please explain and it's a full page. So each of these has multiple lines for you to write in number three. How would you rate this event overall and that's where you get the excellent? Very good. Good fair. And then you explain and additional comments or suggestions about this event. There you go. Koel. Yeah. You texted me around this time wanting to know how these conversations really went. You know, I would love to see a new version of the footprints poem. That's like it is, when you notice the freeways hind that I am with you. It is. When you drink water that I am with you people during a lot when your friend standing in your parking space, the host came up and made another joke that reminds me of being a Christian, and that was that when I put that XM on my car. I feel like I have to drive so much bad people saying that about the Jesus carrying that on my car now. And people are thinking of me as an emissary of Christ. That's true, though, I've also been in the car, people who are like, oh, okay Jesus freak. But you're cutting everybody. Oh, totally true. All that against people. And I've felt that similar pressure for various things. You've had a lot of bumper stickers on your car in the past. I don't know. I think I avoided it maybe partly for that reason so I don't have to have that running in the back of my mind fair. So then we watched a video about the Chen Hasson temple was slow motion video is bathed in, you know, really highlight. Oh, yeah. They were working on a new website and this was their little preview. Oh, we've got this cool. New site coming. It's not ready. We're helping launch it. But here here's a preview for you say, got tree heralds voice over it, and a close up of a B. And I won't point. They showed a deer everyone. Clapped. Oh, okay. At least that was my interpretation that we were clapping for the deer wasn't sure. That's funny. I don't remember that. Okay. And the SRI herald voiceover is just like econo- common experience. It's just such a wonderful place like not worth recording this person talking those that okay? And then. Oh, man as it ended this one guy like bounds to his feet to applaud and a woman in my row says. Yeah. They really liked please. Yeah. No would that I were them. So my next move was to go to the ecm Yuzu mission skill shop. Oh, I might have overheard you from my next stop, which was the Eck, writers skill shot, y'all are probably thinking when I think of processing Kerry, I think of a musician in a writer, and so, you know, we thought we'd better, go fulfill. Our, our respective. Roles us said that this would be my ticket to being in Hamilton. I was really hoping that it would just be like, okay, everybody get up and like, do a little ditty, and it would just become sort of a talent show. That'd be great, right? As what it was. No telling me thank you for taking Ross. It it mostly turned into this personal concert for this one woman who was leading the thing. Okay. But to be fair, I laughed, so maybe it maybe changed in the interest of being fair. Yes that is why I guess. Yeah, so I don't know if it changed to later but. So it started out with this woman, who's a musician talking about her music in the important Spiratou that gives her. And she said, whatever herald says to do just do it just do it if he tells you to be a musician, B M Yuzu does matter, if you have experienced whatever he says, follow at felt like a lot stronger than some of the other Eck messaging. Oh, interesting. Yeah. And then I picture the actual man, tree herald, Clem telling someone like you really need to be a musician, like okay. But then I remember practical. Wait. No, that's not how this went down rights. She heard this in her head. Right. And she needs to follow that, and she's ascribing it to SRI herald guy giant probably, although who knows it's also possible that, you know, you go to one of his conferences or read one of his books on. It's just like I think more people should be teachers, and then you're like, okay that's it. I gotta do that. Yeah. I mean that's kinda cool. I at least if you have a good voice, encouraging people to do such things we. Yeah, that's great. That's a lot of trust in one person, though, right? If they're saying, not useful things that here at here folks strong stance when you've got a celebrity like MandA Pete speaking in favor of vaccines, like, yeah. To use your celebrity. And then we just had someone come out, recently Beal, Jessica Biel, come on against vaccines. What are you doing? Come on people don't listen to a celebrity, unless it's a MandA p he's. Oh, yeah. Listen to the message if the message is good, whoever knew that we would ever be asking ourselves, which seventh heaven star has hurt children. The most rubber deniro had a little dust up to with the impacts thing. Yet, he was promoting or bankrolling, somehow, he was behind that movie back st-. And then he got a lot of shit about it. And he kind of step back a little bit. And the news is grumpy with everyone for being grumpy with him. Got it. Yeah. Just could be able as one of the daughters on seventy seven in the father on seventh, heaven pedophile. Ono the actor. Oh, jeez. Yeah, not great as bad. That's pad. You're getting getting hard hitting. Clear, moral standards here on Ross and Kerry, pedophilia, bad do become a musician good end of end of analysis. So then this musician was telling us about how she would receive this melody. She's driving her car and shoot just like here the song she's supposed to play. And, you know, she'd go back and she'd ride it all from the cool. Download could have been the aliens good have been or could have been that she's a musician and things come into her head, but then she started singing and I wrote down. Oh. Beautiful. Now, there was a pianist playing alongside her. I believe, and I noticed that the words to the song. It's so could have been a song about the bible, it was like interesting. This is a book by Fred a thousand times, and you're always with me, and that's the greatest part every moment every day. I'll give all I have to all of life in my master's, holy name. It's just. Oh, yeah. Easily could have been a church camp song. Total reminds me of how George Harrison had the my sweet Lord song. And I remember listening to that a really wanna know you and then you would sing Krishna. No. That's. Oh, that's not good anymore or where you stop singing at that one. Oh, shoot. This was good. Yeah. My sweet Lord. I thought you were talking about Jesus, right? Lord, once I did this on purpose. But I had my mom in the car, and I started playing from the book of Mormon soundtrack. I believe song and it starts out. I believe that the load got created the universe and mom's all into that. She smile. This is great. You played good music in your car. My mom, never puts together the fact like that's weird. You don't believe in this music. I believe that he sent his only son to die foam sins. And I believe that anxious Jews built boats and sailed to America. I see the look on her face the smile drops like oh, she says from the back seat. I don't know about that. She was all excited. Though, that she was paying attention enough attention. And she knows her like biblical history enough to be like about snot in there. I think a lot of people would just dob along and be like, okay, maybe that's in there. I don't. But the next code as you'd go right back into smiling then. Well, okay. Garden of Eden is not in Jackson county, Missouri. That's that simply now we've gone too far. I was having a lot of fun watching her reactions. And then and then, did you play the song about fucking frog? No, the hostage you belie I have maga- my scrotum. No. We didn't get. Back at my conference start to allies. Like, oh, okay. You know, we would break for her analysis and then go back to her singing, which was very pretty nice. But I was like I get what this is gonna be. But she did get a couple of standing ovations. So that's nice. Then I left I left carry writes in her nose. So I decided, you know, I get this one I'm going to skip ahead to another workshop. So what were you doing in your writing workshop? So. I ended up enjoying this way more than I thought I would. You know, thinking I don't wanna ride on command. It's just one of those things where, you know, either you feel the Muser you don't, but I walk in there was about sixty seventy people and we were sitting at tables, about ten people per table. And of course we started out with a Hugh song. That's important. There were two women and one man leading the workshop, and they would just give a small cues to work off of to get started on. So they started with the slide explaining that this is the year of giving. So we'll maybe talk about giving in our writing here, one of six years. Okay. So the it's a cycle of six there we go. And they mentioned that we are a haunt us as writers who share equa the world again. Okay. Today's the day to start talking about behind us. I guess, everyone's using that term, and our role is to carry the message of God's love to the world. Okay. So now we have our first exercise, and they want us to think of either an equity site or an event that you went to that. Want to encourage people to join or maybe the Hugh app and all of a sudden that got me excited like the Hugh, I've used that I have it on my phone or maybe a local meet ups site, or the Eckhart blog. So think about one of these end. Just write a quick. Add to share it with people. Okay. All right. Something that writing something that could be on a website, right? So I started writing a little thing about the Hugh app, you know, like you should use some crossing things out. I'm right in new lines. Okay. I'm getting into this. So that's kind of my new mission in life is to write a copywriting copy for totalling. I'm motivated now. So then we, we take a break, and we talk in groups about giving, and they all want us to share some small stories about giving times that we've given ourselves or others have given to us. So I write down a few of those problems, and we talk, but I, I wanna get back to my Hugh app. So other people start writing stories about giving, but I just keep refining my Hugh AP story. My ad then they give some structural comments and mentioned you know how you want to add details. And it's very much like that storytelling session that I had the previous day. Just all these ways to write a nice little tiny story, try to work in a bird. Exactly. And so then they give us just a longtime to keep writing silently say, if he finished early just chant, the Hugh to yourself, but I'm writing my ad now. So I'm working on that. How much time do you think is spent on this one add probably good twenty minutes? Okay. Yeah. Off and on. You know, we're doing other things. And next door. I could hear someone singing isn't this a wonderful life. And so I wonder if that was. That was that how to create a wonderful life workshop, which is the next thing I went to. Ooh, wait to hear about that. Okay. Well, they were next door and we definitely hear them as we are all silently writing. And then at each table, we took turns reading what we'd been working on to each other. So I read my little Hugh app to my table, and they got so excited. Oh, wow. That's great. And then they would read their other compositions one man wrote a poem about listening to people and seeing them as soul. And remembering to smile at people that was nice and then a woman read about her cats and how they are con-. It's of love trail. I like her then another woman read about a Taoist monk who sings a sacred sound. So everyone had these nice little interesting stories. Mine felt a little off peak. So it was like, I've got ad copy for the Hugh app, the ad copy. I do I do. So at this point, they asked the whole room now. Okay, do you have any stories that you wanted to share with the whole group and they're passing around the microphone? So listen to like four. Five other stories that people around me kissing like you should really read yours, as okay? But then the guy said, well, we've got time for one more someone still wanna read. There's and so the people around me start raising their hands and pointing at me. Okay. Okay, so hit bring over the microphone and I read my story. Let's see if I can still read this. This workshop is brought to you in part by the Hugh, there's an app for that. It's the modern solution to any problem and we filled our mobile phones are pocket. Computers are addictive glowing rectangles with tiny apps that accomplish almost everything. We play games access the internet watch videos, save money at restaurant chains. Check our Bank statements and learn languages. I just counted. I have two hundred fifty nine ridiculous. I know some I haven't used for a long time. Some came with my phone, some I need for work. Some are silly timewasters others helped me, relax others. Keep me focused, but just one. One app, gives me spiritual grounding. It's one in two hundred fifty nine but it might as well be one thousand or one in a million. Wait, you say spiritual grounding Grammy? There's an app for that for that. It must have a long unpronounceable name. No, it's only two letters h you. Well, I bet it has a bunch of complicated features, not really just one. It plays a sound along beautiful sound sung by a thousand voices. It's the Hugh the sound of sound and light and it can follow you everywhere too. Not good. So I did wanna read it further of total cheese ball. Having fun with it. So I read it for everybody. And the guy behind me says you need to send that in mail it into I can car has thanks, thanks. No, no. Really you? You should send that they can use that, that is right. And the rest of the day. The rest of the day, everybody would kind of corner me. Oh, I heard your story. That was so great. I think in the way that just you remember somebody contributing something at a workshop encourage them, share nuts. Well written goal. Thank you. Thank you. It actually reminds me of like a radio ad not necessarily podcasting apps. But like that radio style. Totally kind of what is going for. So thank you. Thank you. So then we went onto lunch. What were you doing? What were you doing over across the way? So I went over to how to create a wonderful life workshop, I was just there for the last hour because I had been in the musician thing before. So this was kind of cool in the back of the room. There were four or five little tables, where people were sitting who English wasn't their first language just be a translator kind of sitting there. Whispering French or Spanish or Japanese. It was cool. Yes. There, there was that was going on behind me. And I was sitting in the last row, second here that kind of like chatter in a bunch of different languages. So there was a woman giving a story when I entered classic x story. Oh man. So one time she was driving. And she saw those orange reflective triangles at a road construction site income and the reflective orange was exactly the color that reminds her of act. That was the whole story like your stranger over there. Yeah. That colander debt that sort of bright, electric, orange somewhere on your cuddle is then same color as well. Okay. I love orange. That was God. Wow. That's something there you go worth noting. Remembering and telling a room full of people of color on your laptop yet. God, God, God. So then this sweet older man with what I wrote down as a ROY Zimmerman voice. Hey, he's saying an original song called isn't this a wonderful life. Okay. Got through the wall now for me that would be a great thing. I love ROY Zimmer. German. Yeah. Kara not so much fan. Okay. I'm probably in between you two at these fine. He was just in town, the other night, I was said, I can go, okay. He's playing ATar and it felt so much like church camp. I was transported. So I actually texted my youth pastor Langford Hala Mike still in my life. Wonderful man, and said, oh, my gosh. Like I'm at the sort of fringe religious events in their playing guitar and it reminds me so much of church in, I'm so pressure for you. And and he back knees. Like all it's a sweet unless you're saying let's you saying, I'm as kooky as the people there. No, no. But also the people here are super nice, and you'll find great people at all these groups whose like, okay. Okay. Now why did you use that word kooky? Call that. So then we talked about Friday fasting now. They use the term fasting sort of fast, and loose, if you will. So it sounds like you can kind of choose what fasting means to you. You know, not necessarily the traditional version, where you don't eat. It could be something like choosing that on that particular Friday, you're gonna see everything that day as a miracle more Cova fasting. Yeah, you're just confusing matters. I think it's probably just like we started out with not eating and then it's like, okay, something else, that's in the spoon of none of ice or of changing your mind said at cetera. Why we can't have nice things fasting. It's no. Trump is why then another woman, she saw an eagle, and it was a big eagle, bigger than usual knows probably an alien then. No, it was a miracle. Okay. And improved God's existence when the big eagle. Cool. Definitely cool. That really was. All right. Then the eagle woman who I proceeded to just call ako woman. She's crying and saying the past can't become the future or without passing through this present moment, which is. Sort of that, same lesson as before, not separating your life into past present via sure it's now connected. Very nice that, okay? Now it's time to an exercise, so. Okay. Oh, no. Ross is doing a standard kind of extra weight of we don't mean exercise by getting your heart beating right and building up muscle or flexibility, not that kind of exercise, exercise. Oh, so okay, founding is not being without food necessarily. Got it. Let's be there are math exercises and things. Okay. But yeah, at, of course, all exercises are either guided visualization or the Hugh. So we're gonna picture SRI. How clamp let his gaze, open your spiritual I sing and enter Hugh and contemplate, what matters to me right now, we did that now just as a reminder this called, how to create a wonderful life workshop. So we come back. I'm sort of like ready. For more instruction, let's go into another exercise. So him this exercise we're going to go to the inner plane, and my notes are a little indecipherable here. But someone was planting in acorn of divine love in my heart, and then we'd sing you watch that grow. So anyway, this, this workshop was going to be just sort of full of these sort of pleasantries, in it, does eventually get a nice buzz go, where you're like. Yeah. Life is really nice talking to cross stir. There's a nice song go and. I guess if you do enough of those little things that'll create a wonderful life. Okay. You don't have to meet an angel named Clarence Terry. See the world without you. Save the old savings and loan do any of that. And then, of course we gotta watch a herald video, obviously. So we watch a little video of Harold talking about love and charity, obviously, then we talked about bees. Oh, hey, Ross Blocher favorite episode is brought to you by the letter B, and we talked about, how love is actually good loves good. You heard it here on a rusting Kerry affiliate bad love. Good. And the sound of bees reminds you of love. Doesn't it? That was a question asked to the room. Doesn't doesn't? Yeah. So you get the idea. I mean, it was all this kind of things that you're stone friend would say to you. All right. It was worth twenty so, yeah, who knows what was happening in that back around appropriate time to melt down the walls between past present and futures. Right live in all times about like the past is now but says the future is like your those bees. I think that makes me think of I've never been high. So I don't know what I'm doing. Have you been arrhythmia does that count? For sure that was an alternative consciousness for never been high on marijuana. Correct. Okay. So there was another thing going on around the same time that was creating promo videos for Eck events. So we didn't get to go to that Tam and there were around tables, as well a room table. So we went to lunch and debt Tripoli. Okay. Joe both. We eat there a lot. So next was the two o'clock round of events and see there was at one thirty and Eck light and sound service, officiator 's training. But that's only for Eck clerics, damn. So we've got shayla 's our hot as. Jonah's von a means family. Wait. That's hana. Okay. And stitch Eck clerics clerics got it east. Okay. They've any Eck Centric. I'm sure they do because of the whole, I'm gonna keep working until I about level. Then. Yeah. Two o'clock. We had a few options, getting creative with the Eck essentials, the call of soul and went to that one. Oh, that sounds kind of, like Jack London called the call of. So I went to the ecm masters role models for every hero's journey. Now when you were getting ready to go there, to do think, man, if only I could create my own website about this incredible experience. I did you did. Yeah. And did you follow through? Did you decide to writing all the ad copy? I thought I can make a wonderful website to tell people about the Hugh app. What service do you think you'd use? If you were going to do that was thinking about sounds, and I was thinking about colors, and I was thinking about shapes and the shape that really came to me was a square. Okay. Oh, you know what? That's funny because there is a service called squarespace, a, what makes websites and actually they spy. Sponsored in part, this episode of the rousing Carey that to me is a sign of the Holy Spirit. The act also orange. Yeah. And big eagles. You know what you can do with squarespace. You can create a beautiful website to showcase your work. You can sell products and services of all kinds, you can announce an upcoming events or special project, whatever you want, really and squarespace. Does this by giving you beautiful customizable, templates created by world class designers everything is optimized for mobile right out of the box, and there's built in search engine optimization? There's twenty four seven award winning customer support Tam, so checkout squarespace dot com for a free trial. And when you're ready to launch us, the offer code Ono to save ten percent off your first purchase of a website or domain note, scores based dot com. Enter code, Ono, OH NO, by the way, has your cat doing evening Batar. She's doing pretty well how old. Okay. How old is she? She'll be turn in six this year. All right. Yeah. This'll be the only time probably during their lifetimes, Ellas. Exactly await. Yeah, it will always be the only time Ellas exactly twice as old as she is. I was trying to figure out will there be another time. No, there's six years between the moment that work Kerry. How would that work? So is twelve. Yeah. Okay. Well, I know for ELA you take her out to the doggy park, but we have a mostly indoor cat, we take her out every now and then on a leash just to experience the outdoors. But yet we don't let her roam free and kill birds and stuff like that. But when she feels the call of the wild as Jack London would say, we want to give her a quality cat letter. Okay. 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So what happens in the litterbox stays in the litterbox, new cloud, control cat, litter by Armand hammer. More power to ya and your cat. So, yeah, I think of evening is kind of an old soul, but not quite as old as the masters. So tell me about those masters. Oh, yes. So I was really excited for this one, because you've got this really interesting collection of ecm, Astor's. I wanna know more about them where they come from food, Kwan's tell us about fifty and so I was really thinking, okay. This is where I'm finally going to learn all the details on all of these act masters, and they are role models for every hero's journey. Journey. Okay. And I could use. Right. You know, who's the real heroes, the teachers strew? Just always liked to work that no matter any on anyone's talking about for it. It's just a cheesy thing. I do as I walked into the room there was they always have like a projector upfront with slides. And so they were asking what qualities would you expect to see in an adept of the virology? Ecm astor. Okay. Good thought. Yeah. What I expect to see. Okay, I guess I'd expect to have a wild name. Be a man with one. Okay. Want exception? Sorta. Yes. And have a lot of light permeating out of them. Good. And either a turban or like a shawl. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Some sort of flowing, some indicator of perhaps another culture. Yeah. Although some, I guess, kind of read to me, as western European right, like the shin guy who looks like a Nordic blond hair blue eyes. Long blond hair Egyptian, so we started with a quick, Hugh and contemplation may have a blessings be that whole thing. And then yeah, we talked about these qualities. You would expect kindness, compassion. Love love four. I think this was all the audience yelling out stuff. I remember this now 'cause someone yelled love and someone else yelled love, four means. Very specific to me. Yup. Humility that was another one. So the facilitators upfront they agreed with all that. Yeah. Yeah. Those are all good teams they mentioned that there too. Key resources for this talk were both the autobiography of a modern profit, cherry available now as an audio book, and another act book. I don't know if we've talked about those wonderful Eck masters. Yes. Which I feel would be a great song by Darwin gross totally. It's so sounds like a ten minute TV special from nineteen fifty five right? Yeah. The wonderful world of color was wonderful. So the first one we were introduced to was light. C. L. A. I. T S. I that sounds like what SU sure does. But it's not guess what? He's from ancient China. And he is guard of the sharia, ki Suk mod at a temple. That is a hundred stories tall. Okay. That's cool. He's a slender ban medium height. He's a sled. Her man. He's not. He is, as slender man. Not to not to be confused with documentary. That's a good point. Medium height, luminous dark is seems almost contradictory, but I can conjecture mental image of that have dark eyes, but still see what you're saying on a separate layer or somehow shining out from them he is associated with a silver light. And he sounds like humming bees, which is weird because when I hear humming bees, I think of li- Levin, mmediately weird and not have my girl and Thomas J dying. Right. That could have been you in that movie. Yeah. Should have been got that movie's good. So they played an audio clip. I assume SRI herald, I didn't write that. But we hear about to ecm Astor's approaching the speaker and him rising to a higher plane and seeing the soup mud. You know what actually I think it was a reading from the sharia? Ki-suk mod, which I am reading, which is exhausting to read, will, you know, it's a scripture pretty heavy duty. There's a lot in there. But it's just is it a lot like the book of Mormon where it's just sort of a modern person trying to ape the sound of old text some of that. There's not like a good structure to it just over gun. Talk about this now this just entered my mind. So let's talk about this for a while. It's clearly a modern person because I think I've mentioned before it's this most ancient of tax older than the Hindu betas, and yet it is providing commentary on Christianity, rights, Buddhism Judaism, all of which should not exist at that point. So soups plot hole. I do find myself as I read it. I highlight a lot of things that I go. Wow. That's a potent little statement there. That's an interesting or even controversial thing to say about la- Maria or what have you. So it is dense with information. It's just there's nothing to latch onto it's not a plot. You're following it's not. Telling an important following through story like even the bible does revelation, right then all bets are off. I think that he was high. A lot of people think Cuba's. Hi oh, that's an interesting question. It's funny because I always do kind of some revelation that way. First of all, by emphasizing to people that is not the same writer, as John, right? Gospel right, again that wasn't even attributed and people just assume it was written by John the apostle. But yeah, John, the revelator Jonah Patmos very different guy. And. Yeah. What do I say to people? It's like the acid trip version. Yeah. Edition of the bible. Yeah, I don't know if I would necessarily assume that, but clearly, this guy has real fixations on purity. He's talking about this hor of Babylon, describing great detail filth of her, Nick Witty's and that the Cup dripping over with, like, clearly come there describing and just that he is. So enraged by other people having sex. I guess you can just tell you needs to get laid some trouble person. Yeah, that's really interesting like a prehistoric in cell. Not technically prehistoric, but ancient history in so yeah, there's some deep psychology at work. They're not from a healthy mind. Yeah. I always think like yeah. Possibly high more likely like deeply mentally ill like a untreated, BI polar anything like that is the canonical texts for kind of the numerology who go off the deep because it provides so much material of, you know, the, the six six that is the number of man. Right. It gives so many other little potent delusions people can run with. And I feel like he was that kind of conspiratorial mind at the turn of the law neom, second, century early second century, whenever he was writing. Yeah. Well anyway, that's our take on revelation to act. You heard it here on on Rak. So as they're reading this from the book, the woman behind me wonders out loud. How did they translate all of this good for? Okay. I want to turn around and high five I turn around. She is a blind woman without site. And she continues to comment throughout the presentation, which is great. Yes, I kind of like it. She's got her opinions, and we're all to hear him. She liked just now to Sasol doesn't add up. Hey, wait a minute. Yeah. So, yeah, I was thinking, oh, where's she coming from? This is interesting. There's more I wonder what her take is on the whole lights issue. Oh, is this gift from God? Why did he should've asked her? Then. That's a good point. You're gonna like light see even better now because he says to be kind to animals. Okay. Listen made up guy. We learned that the speaker hasn't seen light see himself. Okay. So he's seen some of the other masters but not this one, then we break into groups to discuss light C and the aspects that we like for about seven minutes. So there were two men to my right? And we leaned across and talk to each other. We found that we all had the sharia keesa on our phones. Nice own part of the club. We can talk about reading that one of the guys admitted that he hadn't seen light. See either. But apparently lights lives on the therapy plane, which is the subconscious. So no wonder I guess that's just a not an easy one to get to, or at least consciously both of those guys that I was speaking to there are from Orange County, so southern Californians who would also travelled out here for this conference Orange County outside the reputation for being very conservative. Yes. Usually liberal. California areas actually, the one guy had moved out here following Eck. Okay. And by here I mean Minnesota Minnesota. And then we were called to have a hue and contemplation on opening the window of heaven and they displayed light sees prayer. I guess that's a well-known prayer from the sharia key. So I haven't gotten yet I have a feeling that if lights, he was made up by someone say, Paul twitchell Anna now. And if Paul twitchell was trying to ape the style of a Confucius, or allowed sue that, we're going to have a very sort of I'am BIC poetic lot of parallelism kind of stuff ready for it. I'm ready show me ways soup. Mod teach me thy path lead me in the truth. And teach me on the do I wait all day. Remember beloved thy guide. Ding light and I love and care for it has been ever that I will to lead the lease device servants to the okay. That wasn't what I was thinking. That's from the visions of light. See the sharia Kice of my book to haven't gotten there yet. Okay. Then we focus on. Ecm. Astor. Kata Dokki, Konta Dokki, and that's the one female catis in the lineup. Okay. She assists people in need. So it's kind of like Catholic saints where they have the situations that they're helpful for. Where are my keys cut deduct? He'll be these. Of course, the one woman is the helper. She also provides shelter. Come first comfort food, and clothing. Can't you got it sheriff? She gives for self until there is none left. It doesn't say anything about sandwiches at least. Over making some progress. Yeah. Knowing what we've seen a Paul twitchell's views towards women us. Could be bad, folks. It's bad. Also spacious nece. There's a sense of spacious nece, and joy in her presence. And then the female speaker, who is introducing her also said that she hadn't met her until she prepared for this talk, then cut docu came to her. That's interesting. So the more she had to think about her during the day, unprepared, this talk, and look at her picture, and so on. When she visited her in her dreams. We're all her in her inner, I and cut a doggy didn't speak. And so the woman behind me says OSI speaks to me. And apparently, there were four female Eck masters in the ancient order of Hama Robbie. Oh, okay. And I'm thinking, okay, I've heard of the Hummer Robbie code, but I want to hear more about this ancient order of Hama Robbie, also, at least one of us was told that you can't be a neck master in a female body so that whole thing really confuses me. Oh, totally confuses me either some inconsistent rules there that I have not yet unravelled cut deduction appears to be between twenty five and thirty. But her age defies human understanding K she's medium height. She has shoulder length hair. It can be worn up or down. Okay. The male speaker, Jerry, he said that he asked her a question wanting to know something about one of her aspects. And she said, I gave my heart to God and never took it back. It's nice. It's a nice sentence. There is very little historical information about her life. I wrote. Yeah, that's weird. Yeah. As this woman is shouting out behind you are the speakers responding to her. No. Okay, rum, in the second section of chairs in this conference room Passo certainly, it's very loud to my ears, but maybe not reaching all the way up there might more background noise to them. So we were given a moment to write how this statement affects us. But I didn't write the statement about how that affects me. Okay. Well, then we did another Hugh and reflection on Konta document. So good way to fill up some time, and then we write a note of gratitude to the masters for their love and guidance in our lives. I didn't do that. I'm not following rules here. Not following instructions instruction. Yeah. Go jeez. Okay. Blocher that's how you were supposed to do. Oh, you know, that's what is being led to do, just record the events, another thing that was said was these ecm masters are so real. And they do it out of love. Oh, yeah. This is good. You can send your message for them or to the master on the website and you don't even need to be a member. So you can go to the ecm car website, and there is a space to leave a message carries looking around like she fasters. Yeah. Or for SRI herald, well, fishery hair all's okay he's living too. But for the master's, why wouldn't you just do it in your head? I don't know. Maybe the website is more. Crete back in the day used to be able to write letters to what's his face. All twitchell letters, distri herald. I want to check out the website now. Yeah, I know. 'cause SRI heralds will read the stories from the various ex tres who send in their miracles to him, and by miracles. I mean things like seeing a freeway exit sign. There's a contact us page, but that doesn't seem to have it. There's a high initiates page in the member's area. Oh, wait letter to the master. Write a letter to the master. Yeah, you may right. And send your initiate report securely online. Upload your letter type directly on the page. Okay. Maybe they were just talking about SRI herald, okay? Any was they were encouraging us to write letters on the webpage. Nice. Yeah, he definitely gets a lot of those. He'll read them out at the conference. They seem to be the bulk of his talks are just reflecting on. Oh, yeah. From marian. She had a cat and all that. That was old. And I hope the cat doesn't die said Marian, you know. Another thing we learned is that ecm Astor's, don't get into politics. Don't stay yet. Don't go into your inner eye and expect to be talking to cut the docu how she feels about Trump that seems convenience for religious group that wants to have a wide net of membership Mindy, we then met another Eck master watt. See, okay, the W A and then new word. Z I. So let me tell you about him. He wears blue clothes generally and tonight, you might have an opportunity to interact with him. That is called the Dr Shawn being seen recognized by him that word before he holds the rod of X power. Oh, he is both an inner and outer teacher. Oh, he's Harrell, tree hair. Okay. So his other name is spiritual name as Wasi. Okay. So. So, yes, Hanta, and Wasi and SRI heralds and the living ecm Astor in the God man, but not the soup Maude. Not Zuma that lives through him. We learn this much later. But apparently living Eck master and Mahanta used to be kind of two separate positions. Yes, they got melded into one. It can be separate as an interest on store. Also, excited to learn that later on, we'll get an opportunity, perhaps to see SRI held himself. And this is a special spiritual moment, the Dr Shawn being seen in recognized by the physical man. Did we not know the whole time that he would be there a we knew? But it does the audience know to our listeners. Oh, hi, guys. I forgot we do a podcast. Yeah. We're just sitting you're talking. We just tell each other these stories, remember when this happened. Yes, I do. Please and secretly recording it for eight years. Please put your face in the microphone. No reason. Why are you wearing headphones Ross? No reason, take these notes. When we hang out. Such a demanding friend. Sri herald, then we hear clip of him. And he's talking about a writing attractor before he gets a driver's license. He's talking about like his dad being kind of rough with him. And so the woman behind you saying his dad sounds like a tyrant. And, and oh yeah. Just like really interacting with the story. I liked it. Here's a little herald ISM. Courage is the raw stuff. Seoul, must have if it would see God. Okay sounded. So quintessentially herald in the kind of things that we can counter stuff. The soul must have to see God. Okay. Sure service is actually, the jewel in the rock of pain. There's a story that one of the speakers tells about arm wrestling with Jabul cobby act masters and JABA old didn't try to beat him. They just they tied. He matched his strength. That's great. Right. And then we listen to a clip from SRI herald, where he talks about breaking his hip, which I kind kinda heard about my ex story seminar from the guy who had the very similar experience of going to the hospital in seeing the lights. All right. Okay. But the conversation we had a little breakout session, we were talking about how great that is that tree herald so vulnerable that he tells these personal stories and makes it clear that he's just another human as well. And one of them was that he had once been at the hospital and a nurse. It said, you're sunning me, which is the opposite of mooning you owe me she was seeing his day. Yeah. So, you know, the kind of story that he said, you know, in sort of. Sheltered tones. But yeah he's being vulnerable yet. Very cute. So he's not trying to be unattainable. And then we did another Hugh. And we haven't exercise where we tried to meet with the master on a beach and other pieces of information. I got a good spiritual. Exercise is to write the same thing fifteen times per day. Okay. So you can come up with a good mantra or something you're trying to achieve or some statement about you, as a follower of Atkin. Right. That fifteen times a day. Oh, and they did mention that, there are an untold number of women Eck masters L, but we don't know how many because it's on hold. Yeah. You can't be one bright so confused. Maybe you could in the past, and you can't now maybe I don't know it's so confusing or maybe you could be an ecm Astor but not the Mahanta navy or not the now because if you're living Eck master, you're still NASA. Weird. Yeah. Okay. Well, that's still needs to be explained to us why we can't have new women Eck masters, then again, that was my tour guide telling me that. So maybe she was confused about something misspoke, she's been doing this for while anyway. So we got out went to wait in line. We'll talk about that all ater. Nice while you were in there. I was going to the call of soul, which was specifically for new Eck members over sell on its FANG strike hit this one, because at one thing that I felt was missing from my whole experience was that sort of foundational like this is what everything's about that feeling of here's the starting place. Snow you. I never quite got, like, okay, maybe I'll get that here. So a barely got in there. I'm not sure why. But they opened the door and they were like, oh, good. There's one seat left few. Okay. Well that was God. So as I was sitting down a set at this table in the back of a very small room, maybe like four or five tables of five six people each and a couple people up front, very, very friendly, folks as it came in there saying, we don't worship Shri herald, but he visits us in our dreams and, and in our intuition. So that make it worship that it is not already interesting. Yeah. You know, that's an interesting thing because there's always this fight between Protestants and Catholics about whether paths, worship Mary, the Catholics will say in. No, we're the ones who would tell you whether we do we don't, and the Protestants say will, you're just sort of relabeling. What's Mariola tree? Remember learning term for it. That's interesting. That is not steal manning. Someone else's argument where you represent it. So well that they can agree to it right after see. I feel like worship is one of the words like in love or something, where it's like you just have to trust that, that is meaningful to the speaker. And that's. Gotcha. Otherwise, there's no particular debts in Delhi nations. Yeah, you can too, then the speakers were kind of tag teaming this discussion and one said, well so we assume that sleeping causes. Dreaming. But it's not that's, that's not how it is dreams are real, it's tapping into the soul. It's all real. So as you begin your journey, we encourage you to begin remembering your dreams to get a sense of who you really are. So you know, take notes after your dreams keep a journal about it. And then they said, most of our misery, or happiness, we make for ourselves that, okay? Seems to if your basic needs are met they aren't. But okay, then we started breaking into our little tables, and. Oh, good. Everyone starts talking about their dreams, though. And so one guy this guy named Mike. He said that in one of his dreams, he saw the word for Salion written on a chalkboard. And he remembered that he remembered the spelling and everything. And when he woke up he Google that, and there was someone named father, FRA Salion, who was a religious leader in, like Spain, or something and, like cool. What did he do? What's the tributed to what's his deal? And he's like, oh, I don't know it just but I found it. He was a real. Okay story. Well, so sounds that sounded like a name turned out to be a name somewhere in the unit. That's okay. Then there's a man of the table who is a long time Eck, member, at every table, there seems to be someone like that is kind kinda like iting the table think would be okay to say his name. His name was Cesar. And so he said something about his family, being Mexican and it was totally gentle. The stories just seen setting. The woman next Lisa says, I just have to tell you. I finally understand Mexican culture because I saw CoCo. You know, I never realized it's just so beautiful. It's so wonderful. Sweet. But bizarre at says are so nicely goes, well, it's not exactly like coke. Boy. Oh, good. But she gets a now she saw the Pixar film CoCo reminds v. I have an addiction to watching Pete Buddha judge videos and he was talking about how one woman came to him after he had been on stage with Chaston his husband and the woman came to him later. I met your friend and he's wonderful. Okay. Well, this is a step in the right direction. Yeah. And I'm not going to try to correct her right now to actually he's my husband, she's working hard. And she just had a she had an important moments. Let's respect that. And I, I see so much people say about same sex couples, they are so cute in this way that they say about opposite sex couples and it's always like little overcompensating. But you recognize that the cultures sits on these people young, they're trying to balance it out. Maybe pull it back ten percents, right? Hey, it's better than other. All right, cogos a good movie though. Very good. Go by Disney stock. So we're still talking about our dreams gotta do that. But then also all of our gods. Stories were just doing the standard Eck coincidence stories and whatnot. So one guy told us about how he almost got hit by a car, but he moved at the last second. And that was probably God. It would be much worse story if he hadn't near or not like all the other people who haven't yard when hit by cars. So then one woman who is also a newcomer. She said, so I'm trying to sort of wrap my head around act. And is it like the monks who sit there all day, having out of body experiences? And Cesar said you know, there is a similarity there. We do believe in the importance of soul travel, but we feel that we are called to be a part of society. That's why we don't have monks can have these sort of sex. Yeah. Respect that, then we talked about deja vu, so you might think Ross that tissue is sort of a hick. Up of the minds that we develop memories, as we experienced them. Sometimes I might think something along those get this weird feeling it is really a reminder of things have experienced before. And if it wasn't in this, it was in the spirit, realm or pass life. And okay, there you all right. Well, that questions answered finally, that's what religions can do. Explain these weird little side phenomena with confidence. I've been thinking in my mind like oh no. Did I just insult ascetics or people who like that withdrawn lifestyle? But they don't listen to podcasts. So they're the worst sold to them. Now you did. That's like saying something about the Amish your Mennonites. Right. What are they going to do about it, too shy? Yes, I'm not saying anything bad about any of the about okay? Now, this is important. We're going to watch a SRI herald video where he teaches us the Hugh. We are a day and a half end. We know the pleased as he told me something new about the Hugh that I did not know before now. It's totally just this is the Hugh, and this is why we do it. Yep. Then he thinks Hugh. Okay. Does he sing the Hugh? I don't know if I've heard Cher. Sure he went it sounds like this here. Yeah. Nice that was worth it. Apparently, a lot of people were now talking about of wedding car accidents. Because I wrote down lot of people of winning car accidents up in here. It's a good idea both ways. Exactly. Heard it here on wreck. There are no coincidences. Of course, child's play this point. Now important thing about the Hugh, is that it vibrates you at a higher state of consciousness. Means something, there are no coincidences. Unless it's a bad thing that was a coincidence. Yeah. Good things, though or meant to be. Yeah. Or the bad things. Maybe we're in a coincidence. It was meaningful. In some way, you can't see and will appreciate at the end of dome. Balon something good will happen. And you can take credit for that having come from that righty, Mingli bed, the worst way live your life, but it's a little bit of mental gymnastics. Yes. Okay. Then we hued for a long time talked about when to use the Hugh, you might use it in traffic or a meeting so much hewing so much. Also, when you have a grudge, and I thought, that seems like the most useful, the others just seem sort of like throughout your day. And then I was like, okay grudges like the specific time like you're trying to, like, unload, your animosity, okay? Then we talked about what we saw when we huge. So parents, I had seen a girl a red dress running toward a white door. And one guy said, oh, you're going need it three interpreter for that one couldn't provide that service, and then another woman saw her pets get her. So it's important to develop a spiritual practice everyday, we should do this for fifteen to twenty minutes from one woman up front. She said, I'm still skeptical. I'm still testing Eck, so I right. Yeah. So I write everything down before bed, and I'm keeping these logs and just seeing what adds up, but so kind of passing my test. Okay. Yep. Why like her mindset? Yeah. So then they said, now if you have any other questions, you can stay after now exactly one person state after do wanna guess who it was. Could it be? That was you. What was your question, though? Yeah. So I stayed in talked to tuck was his name. Really? Sweet guy. He had been up front for the whole thing. And I said, oh, I'm gonna stay after he said that you can take questions. He's like, oh, yeah. Yeah, I sat down to table. He didn't sit down and it looked like he was waiting for backup. And the MAC just never came soon, finally, sort of resigned himself and came over and sat with me. So okay at four questions for him. So the first was is a dream, ever justed dream. Okay. Just my brain firing stuff at me. And he said, oh, yes. So they're actually nine kinds of dreams in a while. I had never heard this interesting. Yeah. So he said, one is just a dream that other eight are not, and you're more likely to have one of these other aid. But sometimes the brain just gives you crap. He said there is a SRI herald book on dreams. That's what he'd recommend you wouldn't recommend a dream dictionary, because those are all personal to the person who wrote them. They might not be accurate to you adore to that person might be new beginnings to you. It might be the end of something, you know, come, so okay, SRI heralds. Yes. They're universal Oga. Okay. Then I said can there be more than one living Eck master? And he said, no, there can only be one living. Eck master at the time Robbie Tarsus can manifest in various bodies, though, Kay, I ne- said, he recommended the book in my soul, I am free. So announcing okay there can only be one at a time. So I'm working up to my question which is really like what's going on with Darwin gross just level with me? Okay. So I feel uncomfortable asking this because they feel like no one's really talking about this. What's going on, with our gross, what happened there? He said, okay. Yeah. No, that's fine. Darwin did pass the rod of power to SRI herald. And when he did, he was still inspired, but he was no longer the living Eck master, 'cause they're never to living Eck masters. Okay. Yeah. I said, you know, it sounded like there was some sort of dust up with him. You know. And he was like, yeah. There was something that I followed super closely. The said there were some people who felt forget the word to use. But something like that was really hurtful to them, and they felt really attached to Darwin for me. It was just like, okay, this is the new guy. I'm just following along. That's fine. And I'm just gonna trust in the process, so fair enough. He just felt like he didn't follow it closely thing. They only have one broad avec power. Thank god. Which is a physical rod. I wanna see that raw do hiccup pick guys in. Then my last question was, what about people with mental illness, like how does someone differentiate soul travel from few? Have schizophrenia. How severe bipolar etcetera, as said, actually people with bipolar in particular benefit from Seoul travel, because they can step outside of their brain and see how it's a physical phenomenon. It's not real, as like oh, wow. Do you find that to be true that like when people actually do it? They have that experience, or is the sort of hypothetical case. Right. He said, no, no definitely happens. But. Just toss us off. But sometimes they're right. And they really are plagued by demons what. Okay. Oh, you pick the right person as questions about interesting answer. Yeah. Yeah. So I feel like this is not the place to go. If you have a severe mental illness, might not get proper support. Yes or get like a clear answer about whether this is all happening in your head aches. Okay wild that was it. Okay. Talk with talk talk, talk, talk, talk talk talk to talk peer pan. And I guess that's it for our ups owed. I didn't get to learn about all the ecm Astor's, just three really. 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Rock Candy Ep. 107: TLC - Are We Having Fun Yet

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Rock Candy Ep. 107: TLC - Are We Having Fun Yet

"Birthday to you happy birthday to you. Happy Birthday Dear Maggie. Happy Birthday to you so the me. Yes for like once this comes out. It's no longer celebrating. It's not today is your birthday. Happy fucking hey I want you know. We're recording on my birthday. I could be doing a lot of other things right now. We're going to be doing a lot of other things after we're done recording. It's going to be a night. It's Monday we already had an eye on Saturday. We don't need another one is. We're getting old so all I'm still a little hung over host Saturday definitely today hangover. It was a rough day at work and I didn't really even do anything. Actually no I had to do two interviews today with so yeah. I did do stuff I did. You gotta be on when you do interviews. It was hard. Yeah no I'm not into. That is fun Saturday though. It was on Saturday. Well you know what though I actually like but but for tonight story? I'm cool with this being my birthday. 'cause I'm really excited at the story and this is a story that we wanted to do since we started the podcast. Yeah because there's definitely a part in it that we say all the time. Oh Yeah we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA queue that up and say that real strong I. I made a good lead up to it. Exo I mean I know what part is. You'll all know when it happens you. Oh okay if you watch one's behind the music. Yeah and that's what we're talking about. We're talking about your TLC array the crazy this sexy and the cool all of it all at one eight no battery ugly in here. It's all just create a sexual Yes candy your weekly podcast. Bringing yes. Sweet treats from the world of music stories and tales and maybe a little things. You didn't know about certain artists that you really like some fun. Trivia Fun Trivia. We hope you will do well. It Music Trivia after this. Yeah you're welcome please credit us. We're helpful yeah. And we're your host. Maggie. I'm Ashley and yes. We are talking about the one and only TLC. Yeah Wonderful Group from our childhood. I love talking about right. I mean they're so influential influential in just in general a very big part of my life. Yeah I guess but I would also say that their music totally stands the test of time you can still listen to them and it's a God damn shame that will never get music for them again. I mean we won't get music for them again as the three of them. Yes but they they definitely Kennedy. I know I know. Yeah Yeah we'll get into it but we had A. We had a pretty delectable beer. This time we did a nice. It's a good beer. I was pretty excited about it. We don't always complain about a lot. We don't always get a good beer this week. We were drinking prairie artisan Ales Artis Anal. No it's just artisan Ales. Oh okay to now but if you put them together. It's artists angels. Arniston nells artisanal as Liz. That's so fancy very French. It's French guy on your Anal mercy buckets artisanals. It's called no chill milk. Stout aged dot coffee make sense because we clearly have no chill chill but still see arguably at least one member certainly didn't have any Chil- yeah no but one of them did have Chil- renamed was Chili. Exactly also and also also no scrubs also no scrubs. I don't want him getting here. What what the fuck is that? I Scrub get America. Here fuck out here scrubs. It was a really good beer. I think it hasn't fully been out for a while things. This is a bit of an older can. Yeah I think that's I think it's an older beer but I really have no idea because our local beverage center sometimes rotates things too quickly and then doesn't rotate other things for years which makes no sense to me at all. There are some cans there that I have been staring at since we started doing this podcast over two years ago. Actually the same exact can literally so this could have been one of them. I don't know either way. It's still good so no. That's what I was GONNA say. I mean if you happen to come across it. I would highly suggest getting it. Yes there was five percent will baby and that was the only can that they had but it was good. It was Kinda bummed. There wasn't more but we'll do. We'll make do we always. Do you have a ton of notes so we should probably just dive right. We can do that. Never I am may tell me about. Tlc Tebas left Diane chilly spoilers. That's what he'll seized not tender loving care not learning channel which is which learning in that sense. Highly suspect hiding. Kony comes to that. Tv Channel Not learning anything. They have like like. Isn't it like a thousand pound life now and like the little women which is not just little women little people yeah people? It's it and like you know just exploiting people time explaining people under the guise of learning. You're not learning anything GAWKING AT everybody. Yeah but this is not the TLC. We're talking about. It's not fairly. We haven't been things we discover tonight yeah so TLC started in nineteen ninety in Atlanta Georgia. But it wasn't started by anyone you may have heard of. The group was pulled together by teenager named Crystal Jones. Rumor had it that crystal under the direction of Perri Pebbles Reid whom you might not recognize that name however you probably would recognize one of her. Like two hits. She had that one. Hubble son's really familiar she had that song girlfriend girlfriend. How could you let them treat you so bad? Oh that's yeah. I do know that song that song and I very often forget about it. One of those lost hits. What is that like late? Eighties Leah's Ladies Ladies Ladies Night. So Yeah Crystal. Under the direction of pebbles was there to form a girl group. It was a group the likes of which no one had seen before all black all girls in featuring that new jack swing sound. That was so popular in the nineties. I still love that New Jack Swing though. Yeah that's still. That's still fucking slaps guys. It's slaps it swings in. Its slaps it whips llamas ass rhymes swings and if all his ass. You're welcome you can use that. Tm TM like credit us. Use that crystal. I set her eyes on Tian. Two niece walk INS also known as Tebas. Yea Tian was born in Des Moines Iowa on April twenty-sixth nineteen seventy two James and Gayle Watkins. Her family was very musical. Her Dad had his own band in which her Mother Sang. Backup vocals also. She came from a musical family. Indeed Partridge family there. That's Kinda funny because my next line is this wasn't exactly the partridge family. I look at you. Were on point tonight. What except not because he's not a partridge purchase. But you're wrong tetons. Parents divorced when she was three years old. James Watkins chose music over his family essentially abandoning tianze mothers. Who go out on the Road Rod. Yeah good good choice. He continued to be a pretty deadbeat dad missing Christmas and birthdays constantly. Rod Rod Dad. He had he's not like other dads. He's a Rad Windy. Actually did you see her dad. He and his various girlfriends allegedly would subject her to ridicule and abuse. What yeah he was Kinda Dick. Sounds like it. Man Like so far. Not a winner. So far sounds like Dick. Yeah making matters. Worse was a medical diagnosis at age. Seven that would affect hands life forever. She was told that she had sickle cell anemia with which is a disorder where there aren't enough healthy red blood cells to carry oxygen throughout the body. This causes extreme fatigue. Extreme pain organ failure stroke heart problems and a whole slew of other problems. Jesus this meant. She was in and out of the hospital constantly from the age of seven dealing with the effects of over exertion and pain When she was nine Tian and her mother moved to Atlanta in Atlanta was a very different place from a small city in Iowa. Yeah but gill wanted her kids to have more opportunities to have great futures and it was a rough transition for Tian. Are you saying that gale was a cool mom blake in actual cool mom and then her dad was a red dead dead out on the road? Yeah yeah by the way read debt is not a thing you ought to be in our book apparently you you can only say it if you roll your eyes as you say yeah radd because mom gaels doing gum kill student job. All right into mowing there weren't a whole lot of black people. She could hang out with their. She was to black so nobody wanted to talk to her. But in Atlanta it was the opposite. She wasn't black enough so she was stuck in this weird limbo but she still tried to be a regular teenager. She took an interest inherent nails becoming a hair model and getting a part time job at a salon but her real passion was dancing. She liked to hang out at eight. Young Person's Club is what they called it. And that's what I'm calling it. I don't know what else to call it secrets as it was secrets. I'm like I can't say secrets. 'cause nobody listening to US right now. In those with secrets. Secrets is a young person's Club at a roller rink. Around here guys they have to water cannons into two in no dress code dress. Canot hoodies can't wear hoodie grinding. No hoodies leave enough space for. Jesus yes. That's a kids club spot. Yeah a children's Children's multi use a entertainment venue also virgin dockery's and a lot of other virgins there. That's it's feel weird. Yes the baby. Show weird but that's what it is. It is just like this. That's that's the club for virgins. It's a club for children. These children should not be phoning yet. Yeah if you're going to secrets you're not boning yet. Yeah but also. This place has a better name than secrets. Yeah it's called Jelly beans. That's Jelly me. Fucking Youth Club. Yeah and it was a roaring too so it was a club. Roller Roller Blink. I'm going to rollerblade cry now. I'm going to point blank. Point BLINK BLINK. Point Break Still. Can't say it it's okay well. We don't really long tirade about clubs. Anyway she would go to jelly beans all the time. One of her favorite things to do was challenged. The boys that ruled the dance floor. Shit and she could sing too but her passion was dancing as luck would have it. Tebas had a connection to pebbles read. Crystal Jones Mentor. That was helping her. Put the girl group together. Crystal was in charge of finding the talent while pebbles would be in charge of managing them. It just so happened. That one of towns co workers at the Salon was pebbles his hair stylist and this co worker suggested Tian to pebbles oh also auditioning for pebbles was Lisa Nicole Lopez later to be known as left. I left die. Lisa was born on May twenty seventh nineteen seventy-one and was raised in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Philly her mom Wanda was a seamstress and her father. Ronald was a staff sergeant in the US Army. She was the oldest of three having a younger sister. Raina and a younger brother Ronald Junior and Lisa. Antiguans childhoods were very similar. Though Lisa's parents weren't professionals they were still musical. Ronald senior played harmonica clarinet piano and saxophone. He's a real woodwind kind of guy. He was his role. Woody guy he would. He likes them read instruments into the wood. Dick Jokes again like Tian. Lisa came from an abusive household. Her father ran their house like a boot camp or God. He was extremely strict punishing. His children for the smallest most inconsequential infractions. Physically abusing both them and their mother. Maggie matters worse with was his drinking problem which was something he unfortunately passed sound to Lisa. By the time she was fifteen she had also started drinking. So he's not a rat dead. He's just a bad bad. He's a bad debt but like that kind of makes them sound like a kick ass dad bad. He's a shit dead. Yeah that's not great. Yeah Shit dead. I should just want to keep the rhyming scheme. Yell Left. A thing of. We'll come up with better. Yeah in nineteen ninety. Lisa moved from Philly to Atlanta in part to get away from her home life but also because she had heard that pebbles was looking to start a group also a fifteen now she was about six eighteen. Okay so the seven she could leave the house the first thing she was. Leave the house and go to Atlanta yes. She had already finished school and everything since she left. Good for you get the fuck out of there. You can do better. She took her keyboard and seven hundred and fifty dollars. Booked Georgia immediately impressing pebbles with her exuberance and talent so Lisa Join Crystal in Tian to form the first incarnation of TLC. Which at the time was called second nature it wasn't long before the name change to TLC which was short for Tian Lisa and crystal right. Krista was the original third member. Exactly wasn't she technically the first member? Technically Yeah Yeah. After practicing a bit. The girls auditioned for the face records. Which happened to be owned by Kenneth? Babyface edmonds wait a minute. Is IT LA- face or LA face? La Face I always thought it was ellie face it easily confused because baby face owned it along with pebbles is husband at the time la read. Oh that's where I get it but it's less face lower case a la face face the French the French for the face. Oh No it's Spanish for the face but it's a woman is the time in face would have said Mister Phase. I'm going to call it. La Face because when you go to L. A. It sucks so hard you have to put on your la. People think you're having a good time gentlemen even though they're totally on the east coast we can call La face okay. Ellie read and baby face loved he on and Lisa. Behead A BIG PROBLEM WITH KRYSTAL O. After the Audition Crystal Kinda just disappeared. Oh my God what happened to crystal. Where's Christopher's crystal? What did they do they? They did a crystal. What's in the box? It's crystal off crystal and he really shoved her in there. That's wow really wanted to get rid of her. We know what happened to crystal. She's in the box. Oh good okay saying that Fox crystal. Just stay there you're fine. The details are a little murky awake on true crime story. You didn't see coming. It's not so one story. Was that baby face in L. A. Thought Crystal was a week performer and should be replaced. Another is that Tian in. Lisa's simply asked her to leave the group. Oh yet another is that pebbles didn't like that crystal wanted a lawyer to review their contract before signing it and therefore shoved out the door. If that's what happens crystal was the only smart oil. Yeah and man own. Yeah because that will come back to haunt them or she got shoved in a box. She's in a box. She's a vauxhall guys. Either way. She's fine she's Fi- yeah like she's probably just living your best life either date or she wants to write a tell book so like whatever she's there she's not so re-live she's fine great not in a box. None of us guys crystal was out in San Lisa. We're in and they signed that contract that crystal wanted to go over with lawyer. After they sign the contracts they celebrated their soon to be success and celebrations were short lived however leader the same day that they sign their contracts. Lisa found out that her father was shot and killed in a drunken argument. Why not same day crazy? That's a fucking roller coaster of emotion Holy Shit especially because she had a really terrible relationship with her dad so like the feelings. You never really come to terms with those feelings. You know whether you had a good relationship with the deceased parent or not. I think you actually come to a better place. If you did have a good relationship with your parents did or did not did. Oh Yeah but still. Losing a parent is very is still. I mean like in the way he died two is really insane so he was in a fight with. Yeah I think he yeah he was shot. I think it might have been outside of a bar. I'm not really sure but the I. He got into an argument with somebody in the just shot him in a parking lot. That's awful her way of dealing with her father's death was to put everything into making this group work and also drinking a lot. Yeah that sounds about right. Yeah I know that feel now. They crystal was gone. They needed to find a new third member and quick pebbles would find that in Redonda. Oh sealion Thomas. She has a very complicated. Melanie later known as chilly. Who is a backup? Dancer for the group Damian Dame which happens to be on the face. Records resigned was born on February twenty seventh nineteen seventy-one and is a native. Atlantan growing up resigned to know her father all she knew his name. Abdul Ali and that he was a soldier in the army her mother Eva. Thomas was only seventeen years old when she became pregnant and Abdul left without even knowing it. Wow but walk. It's a debt issues after. Tlc made a big and everything. Chilly went on Sally Jesse Raphael and met her dad. Good Job Sally just Rafael and found out. She has to two brothers and a sister that she didn't know she had and all that stuff and it was a very very sweet clip. I watch it on Youtube. Also made me Miss Sally Jesse Raphael in her fucking red glasses s jr man. She has great actress up her and Donahue. I watched after school sometimes though dining is kind of Douche he was oh he was a jeff. Shaw Zal yeah not a kind of Douche nozzle I definitely not a regular Douche nozzle. Oh Cool Dude. He's A to. Nfl Anyway resigned. Grew poor with a single mother and her great grandmother had a big hand in raising her. Her Great Grandmother also introduced her to the seventh day. Adventist Church for better or worse Yeah we've up leave it. There is going about their in school. Resigned was often ridiculed because of her looks Lake Tebas. She just wasn't black enough for some people. Oh her father was of Bengali and Middle Eastern descent while her mother was black but it was difficult to explain that to her bullies because she didn't know her father But like even if you did not like guys thank God they all know what the fuck is before fuck you? But that's like pretty awesome. No that's super awesome but kids are dumb and Shitty. Yeah the kids can go fuck. Themselves may sorry kids. Y'All can fucking adults learn not to be an asshole? She persevered through school however and enrolled in college after graduating. She intended to study fashion design. But all of that was put on hold when she heard that pebbles was searching for someone to fill out her new grow group doll. She hit it off with John and Lisa right away and officially signed with the group. In April Nineteen ninety-one the contracts. The girls signed were for production management and publishing deals with pebble tone pebbles management company yet. There's a lot of sand pebbles in this Christ drinking game back to the beginning. Drink EVERY TIME. You hear pebbles yeah. It was a really really bad contract. Where pebbles basically owned everything the girls created including their name? But the girls didn't even think about it ex young they're like what eighteen to twenty at the spam. Waiting Twenty would not have thought of any in a heartbe like I just said. It doesn't matter if they're not going to screw me giving me a record contract to sing and dance and like go on tour with MC hammer and shit yeah fucking signing. I'm signing you're signing. We're all signing assigning. This right now. I don't even need a lawyer. I'm not as smart as Crystal Gad. No Chris C crystal was a fucking smart one. Although she'd rich one shit now no they were more worried about a different problem. They already had the name. Tlc But now that they had so they had to think of something else. Yeah I was. I was wondering about this part. They decided to give themselves nicknames. That would fit. The bill Tian became tebas. Lisa became left. Eye and resigned. Became chilly a name. That Lisa gave her because she was so hot. I mean honestly when you keep telling me that they got made fun of for their looks like why they're gorgeous. Yeah the three of them are Baber. Ham Lincoln's should weighing leak seriously though there so attractive. So why are people making fun of them? They're gorgeous. I don't know you're stupid and jealous. Basically the girls got to work right away on music through their deal with Tone they signed with the face records with a distribution deal through aristotle records. And that's a pretty big deal. The list of writers producers on this album is also impressive. Germain du Pre L. A. Baby Face Marley Marl and Dallas Austin during recording a complicated and drawn out relationship between Chile and Dallas Austin blossomed. I think his name is funny. Dallas Austin actually. Yeah wait a minute. Did they mean to do that? I would have been funnier is that they needed of Texas Austin or Austin Texas for these last name have to be Texas and also L. A.'s. First name is la like all of you have names after cities is just like reation. I'm sure it is like Louis Albatross Lewis Albatross Salvatore Salvia. You manage my. Mamma gave me name a mob and gave me you can call me luebbe troughs luebbe trough although chilly new. Dallas was not the Kinda guy to keep it in his pants and she was constantly jealous of women hanging around him. They continuously broke up and got back together girl. Why don't you just to go to? Here's Tangun just don. He's going to cheat on you than ever got chewed on him or just go find somebody else. There's plenty you're just a baby bird. Trying to get your beak would yeah. After recording was over Chile found out. She was pregnant with Dallas trial. We Shit considering. She was only twenty years old and on the brink of stardom this was a pretty compromising position to be in yeah knows compromising gutter in their whole whether by Dallas Austin himself or her management or the group or whatever. She decided to have an abortion a decision she later said she regretted. Yeah and you just. You did what you think you had to do you. Can't I understand regretting it but you also can't dwell on too much rate because you have a out of the way it did. Yeah and I'm not even talking about the stardom but I think she had a lot of good things happen to her life and she could've easily just as much regretted it if she did. Have the baby. That's kind of a catch. Twenty two about a situation like that like young. And you're not going to be happy with whichever result you pick exactly always gonNA wonderful. What if I didn't do that? There's plenty of big decisions in your life like that right. She barely had time the process the abortion before. Tlc's first album Luwan the TLC tip debuted on February twenty fifth nineteen ninety-two. Oh which is happy birthday to me the day after my birthday. Yeah but also. That album is twenty eight years old tomorrow tomorrow or yesterday. Yeah yesterday for you. Listening Twenty eight. Yeah and that's a great album by the way. Yes that is a solid fucking jam. Indeed what about your friends? Oh Yes oh so good. It peaked it only number fourteen on the billboard. Two hundred but it would eventually go cool wide drubel platinum honestly fourteen for a debut from van goods from like these young women. Three young black women in this old little weird for the time exactly so now. This was good. Yeah three top. Ten singles ain't too proud to beg baby baby baby and my personal favorite. What about your friends? What about your friends? So what about them catapulted? Tlc into astronomical levels of popularity. Oh yeah a big part of their appeal was their image. They were tough and tomboyish but superfund inaccessible. Their message was positive in grounded. They supported safe sex. But we're overtly sexual. At all right there close had the exact opposite appeal. Massively oversized shirts and pants. Doc MARTENS BANDANNAS giant hats. None of this said I'm here to corrupt your child's minds but it also was super trendy right and they also cover themselves in condoms. Which is like Joe Safe Sex right? I do believe I had no idea that they were condoms. Nope no no just oddly placed polka dots. I I had no idea what I thought they were but I did not think they were condoms to know what they were there. Videos were on heavy rotation on MTV and they were booked for their first national tour opening for MC Hammer luck yes. There album was selling like hotcakes. So they were thinking yes. We're millionaires. Yeah of course. That's IT wrong. What very wrong. No way the girls were starting to realize their contracts were probably pretty bogus. And they weren't and they were getting cheated out of money away because they were plagued put on a weekly allowance and it was like. I don't know how true it is. But they're they're official movie. Not The not a documentary. It was like a movie that told the story of TLC And it was. It was their official one. That Tebas and chilly willy. Like were consulted. Say They didn't director but they know but they were. I don't think they didn't write it but like they stories that yet I. I don't stay but in that movie. They said that pebbles only gave them twenty five dollars a week each for whatever they wanted handy and so like what the. Fuck can you get for twenty five dollars to get some Bazooka? What are you gonNA get tebas about all I can fucking afford? Maybe a can of beans can be fucking eat it la- Campfire fire fight of their tour. Fires Start Them? She is so we haven't gotten there yet. No no spoilers. Their main issue was with pebbles herself. Who seemed to be spending a lot of money but not paying her clients The appeal to La read expressing their dissatisfaction with pebbles and desire to get a new manager La even though pebbles was his wife Agreed and although they stayed with Pebble Tone. Pebbles was removed as as their manager. Wow she did however retain the right to royalties So she was still getting that money. Yeah but at least like at that point I would imagine. Tlc getting the money as well you would think. Oh God but I'm GonNa keep that under my belt and Go on a Commercial Break Hari. And then we'll keep on going when we get back all right. It's a tasty tasty part when we get back into painting. We'll be right back and we're back we back a nice break nestle break. Would you guys do on your break? We breathe 'cause you can't breathe into these microphone. Just pick up everything. So let's let's continue with very tasty juicy part of this story. Oh my God what happened. Is it crystal? Did you come back out of the box? Crystals out of the box crystal in the box crystal out of the box. He's a good horror movies. Czar you could take them credits to say. Inspired by true podcast. Yeah so yeah. In the meantime. Love was in the air. For Lisa she started dating Andre Rice and Wide Receiver for the Atlanta Falcons football filled Madden John John Madden. It's John Madden. Where's IT James Man? No you confuse me. Yesterday with the same thing confirmed it was John Madden. I don't know football and Pigskins pigskins. Yeah wow no TLC anyway. Lisa Andre Reisen. There was a great beautiful relations. Joe And the test of time. Why on no way? Their relationship was tumultuous to say the least from day. One day one. They fought constantly and Lisa accuse Andre of emotional physical abuse on countless occasions but abuse wasn't the only problem. The couple had Andre was extremely possessive of Lisa but he was also a flirt in a cheater and Lisa's jealousy. Temper was a force to be reckoned with. This is a real mixture that you don't want. Yeah this is basically just putting gasoline just dumping it on that fire your cooking beans on your theory being fired wires too big so you fuck up some bees. Yeah on June ninth. Nineteen ninety-four wait didn't she? She did actually call the COPS ON HIM. A couple times. Oh Yeah like. He was actually beating the shit out of her. He was legit abusing her. Yeah like this isn't just like accusations. There is proof there are on at least one occasion. She called the cops like filed a restraining order against him or something or he was arrested on domestic abuse charges. Black I at one point. Yes Yeah Look. He was fucking garbage person. Yeah he was not a cool dad he. I don't think he was dad. He should be just garbage. God I hope you shouldn't have kids. He probably does Lord help them. It's fine he plays football and as long as he's really good. It doesn't matter what he does. I'm pretty sure he he. He had to have retired long ago. Probably I don't know what yours ninety four ninety four. There's no way he's playing anymore has twenty million concussions now just dark spots all along brain basically on June ninth nineteen ninety four. The final Straw was had according to Lisa. They had an intense fight After a night out and Andrea was physically abusing her. Lisa took several pairs of Andres brand. New Shoes didn't the fight. Start over the shoes. I don't know I thought I had read or saw something once for. They fought over the shoes because she wanted shoes. Hsieh's yes she was pissed off on a shit ton of shoes and she's like why. Fuck you have all these shoes? Their brand new. How did you get these and Lisa? Do you have any money right? That point so like she was kind of relying on Andrei for money. I don't know why say forrest gump a month. Yeah we're not talking about shoes. Yes but I just wanted to clarify. I feel like that was even like how the argument initially started taking could have been. There are differing stories everywhere fair so I just diplomatically. Said she just took the shoe. She's shoes she took the shoes brand issues Through them in the TUB douse lemon lighter. Fluid and set them on fire. She didn't anticipate that the fiberglass TUB would melt allowing the fire to spread. And you know what? She did what she do. Lisa done part house down. She did though. She burned the house down. Lisa dumb burn the house down and that is our favorite thing to say. Yeah I mean honestly. We've been waiting over two years to say yeah. It was good. Yeah Lisa burn the house down to though like legit. That was everywhere. It was big fucking news. If you Google Entree risings house you will see a house on fire. It's not even on fire. It's just half of a house because it was on fire and now it's half gone we in the Revenue Shit. Burn the whole fucking house down. Well he deserves it. Stop by and all those fucking shoes. Man Stop beating the shit out of her meeting. Maybe that's what she can do sure. She's just an irrational woman Ashley. She's just having her period. She was hysterical. She's hysterical no like Jennifer Lopez. She had enough. Enough was based on Lisa. We wasn't no fake news here for us. We're here for all your fake news needs anyway. Lisa was subsequently arrested and charged with first degree arson. But nobody fucking arrested Andre for by too many shoes also. Nobody arrested Andrei any of the time that she was like. Hey He's beating me. Can I have are straining wanted? Please he did once as far as I know. There was one of like a time when he was arrested for domestic violence. Yes may I have one restraining order please? May I have another no? You get arrested this time I did it. This is bullshit. It was accidental arson. I mean the shoes were intentional. She intentionally set the shoes on. Yeah but she didn't WanNA play. She didn't want it done. Burn the house down well so she was convicted and sentenced to five years of probation and was forced to go to Rehab for her alcoholism. Which okay that's fair. Your thoughts fair. The Rehab was actually a halfway house where she underwent therapy and that had a huge impact on her. None of us to get away from Andre though the couple reconciled and continue to date off and on for seven years on why nobody was like Maybe we shouldn't like put this in magazines and newspapers and stuff immature. It's almost like you know when a famous person beats up there also famous significant other Maybe we should all I duNno. Hold them accountable and not keep celebrating like thorough musician. Report Ninety Eight Zero Magazine. No clicks together. You're like Oh my God. How are they back together Omega? She forgave him. Oh my God what is this like? Maybe we should. Actually I duNno. Give a shit about someone. Safety envy hold somebody accountable for their shitty action. All they can still be famous musicians. It's fine yeah yeah talking about you. Chris Brown yeah. Go Fuck yourself your piece of fucking garbage. And I don't understand. Chris Brown apologised. But you're cool. Whatever go for it. Some shitty things about that in particular is that when we continuously give attention to these people in Essentially. Forgive them for the bullshit like we. We basically forgiven him for beating the shit out of Riana when we review that that makes it so much easier for people like Riana to continue going back to him which is what she did and the same within. Here's again the same thing Lisa. Yeah nobody stepped is like what are you do way yeah? Nobody focused on the fact that she burned his house down because he was beating the shit out of her. Yeah everyone just focused on crazy. Lisa burn houses down. She's just beyond her period moon blood. She howling at the moon when she did it. Jesus like stop thinking things like that and think about why she fucking did it. Yeah there's got to be a reason it's not just because she's an arsonist maybe if somebody abuses their significant other they should suffer re real repercussions. Yeah maybe maybe maybe like an NFL. Players shouldn't be allowed to come and play if they're going to like abuse kill people and animals. Yeah if you WANNA know why. We don't watch football there's a list also concussions like stop black spots all over your brain blackspot slacks while Lisa was in Rehab. The group with went back into the studio to record crazy sexy cool which turned out to be an even bigger hit for them. The album was released on November Fifteenth. Nineteen ninety-four to huge success. Oh my God huge pray that and massive radio and MTV play. That album is an iconic album. Yeah that for I. I feel like for everybody growing up in the nineties. I remember my sister playing this album like repeatedly for every evening all evening. Yeah Oh my God no. I listened to the cassette tape constantly up thing at the take that remember those I do. Magin get out of here kids. I told you come back to your grown up and children. Worldwide sales for crazy sexy cool tipped over to twenty three million copies if used three top five hits and two number one hits creep and of course waterfalls which is arguably the group's biggest hit. I mean like I said he's going to argue with me. No no I was GONNA say. That's that's pretty definitive. Yeah yeah the music video is iconic. And the Song's message which deals with gang violence in HIV as still resonates today and the girls were tackling more grownup issues on this album. And their image reflected that gone were the cartoonish oversized tomboy close and in came sexier outfits and impeccable make-up God this hunter image boosted t buzzes self esteem at a critical time. Her health continued to go downhill She said the anemia was making her lose so much weight that she would wear multiple layers multiple pairs of pants just to make it look like she had hit and when I forgot to put this in my nose I don't know why but when they were on tour with MC Hammer. That was the first time the girl saw her have this really bad attack. caused by her sickle cell sickle cell anemia. Oh my God. She collapsed backstage before a show and they had no idea what was wrong because she never told anybody that she had the the condition. So that's something you tell people something you tell you where medical bracelet for that. Shit. Yeah get like tattooed on your chest or something. I don't know but In the early nineties like nobody knew what the fuck that was so? You're you're not bryce figured at this point or lifelike. She'd been doing fine. She's young she could control and she didn't want anybody like the e being her about it. She didn't want anybody making concessions for her. She wanted to pull her own weight just like everybody else. Well good for her but also take care of yourself. Yeah you don't WanNa claps on tour and have everybody say what happened and then ended up in the hospital in probably create more problems for you and the group because you're stuck in a hospital. Yeah waterfalls was written by Lisa along with collaborators Marquees ethridge and Organiz noise however Lisa didn't have a whole lot of input into the album as a whole. She was in Rehab during recording. So she wasn't there to collaborate. This led to some tension within the group. Oh with Lisa feeling left out in like her ideas weren't being acknowledged like Lisa left out nevertheless crazy. Sexy cool one. The girls two grammys but that night. Those winds were not what made headlines. Everyone was talking about their backstage speech in which they finally told them media about their money woes they literally told reporters that they entered into an unfair record contracts and while they were busing their assets to have the careers they have they were still quote unquote broke. His broke can be. Yeah so they're out here. Finally exposing now I mean not like. They're the first but they're people the artists who are exposing how up the industry contracts are not fair at all and the artist rarely is the one that benefits the most and they will rarely speak out about that right. They're afraid to lose what little they do have. Yeah I think they're either. Their manager or Elli Reed himself was like they're just off camera while making the speech and a reporter pointed out there like they're standing right there and they're like we don't fucking care this. Our record contract is bullshit and we're not making any money. Can you see? This is the most successful album. Probably of the ninety s there. They were standing there each of them holding two grammys. And they're like we. These things prove that we have successful careers and yet we don't have the money to show it. Yeah we're still like getting by week by week. Exactly they were so broke then on. How broke were they face? They were so broke. How broke were today? That on July Third Nineteen ninety-five. Tlc officially filed for bankruptcy even has to borrow fifteen thousand dollars each from Andre Risen to file the bankruptcy papers. I mean I guess it is warm. Running came in. Isn't it ironic that you have to pay fifteen thousand dollars to file for bankruptcy? Don't you think it is ironic? Not just a bummer. That fifteen thousand dollars a file for bankruptcy that you had to borrow from your friends abuser in really sucks shitty situation that we never should have been in. What is it? Figures very big album of the nineties? He does figure it really does figure figure. Yeah like everyone else at the time. You're probably saying to yourself. Therein Insanely Successful Musical Act. How did they find themselves so destitute that they had to file for bankruptcy well? Let's talk about the contracts. Let's go into it. While the main reason was terrible contract with the face they only gave them fifty six cents per album sold which may sorry which they had to split three ways. I'm sorry I'm just sorry period. Don't not even a comma. That's a period. I don't even know. Yeah that's yeah so go albums for like twenty bucks back an and the sense sense. So fifty six cents. You say that sounds entirely miniscule and your rights It is for those might not know how album sales work. Here's a quick breakdown of the album sale revenues in TLC's case local through the break down. This is the good part of the song. There are one hundred points assigned to each individual album. Sold points are assigned to different people that worked on the album. Touched it in some way that means the artists producers session musicians the record label managers the mixers engineers. Everyone like that gets points while each point equals eight cents. Tlc As a group got seven points per album eight times. Seven equals fifty six cents math math. We did it so if they sold ten million albums that equals five. Point six million dollars. Total okay that sounds like a lot But the face. Aristotle and pepe tone forced the group to pay report recuperation 's meaning. Tlc had to pay them back for the cost of recording manufacturing and distributing the album. I know how you're looking at me right now. As well as touring and extremist expenses like air travel food clothing music videos hair makeup and so on everything that they paid for for. Tlc TLC was made to pay back so basically everything they made. Every went right back into their pockets when right back to the rallies faces la La Faces Pepito of pockets Pepito Fucking factor anymore. Yeah so that left them with two point. Six million dollars after paying everybody back would they need to pay back well now they have to pay taxes on that and their tax bracket is in the forty eighth percentile. Right that was it was that left them with one point. Three million dollars split three ways which equals forty three thousand three hundred thirty three dollars each for one year salary. But that's not all. They still have to pay their managers and they were in the midst of legal battles with pebbles so they were actually in the red for hundreds of thousands of dollars. They were negative flake. Almost a half a million dollars. Cnn Ohio saying before we started that like my stomach was feeling hangovers going. It's all back. All came back came rushing back. I'll coming back to you now. Yeah it is another big apple nine so I mean even if they even if they just got that net income after they paid la- face and pebble toning everything still forty three thousand dollars. Each is nothing I make more than we have an office job. We both definitely make more a public servant and I make more than that. We are not creatives that anyone gives a shit about right excess. We have this podcast. This certainly does not make us any money truth. The girls found a new manager. That actually gave a shit about them though. Legal troubles with pebbles lasted for over two years. Wait a minute do you think? After they made that announcement on the grammy's just managers were coming through the woodwork. Like Hey I'll save you see girl. Hey girl hey girl babe hey babe. I'm totally going to get you out of the stall. We're GONNA do this together. You and me. The legal battles resulted in their contract with the face being renegotiated and the contract with Tone getting ripped up couples again retain royalties on future releases like if you want to give them to her on past releases fine but future Gopher Yak yourself pebbles leak I now I don't like your music go fuck yourself and also your husband is the head of the record company. He still getting money. You're arguably a musician of sorts. Right go to your own things. The fucking piggybacking off other people at least a manager. She's managing other acts. Yeah so for knocking off. Get Out of here pebbles. Whose name is pebbles. Anyway we're S- Bam Bam habits Bam Bam your ass on out of here but I do want some fruity pebbles. You know yeah. I don't like cereal cereal. So the yeah. The girls found themselves a new manager while on their new manager. GotTa meet of their new manager immediately. Got Them on a new tour and actually generated revenue and managed to get them out of the hole that they were in a manager. Doing its job. They continued working making music. Pretty much anywhere. Someone would let them. They recorded the theme to the NICKELODEON show. All that Oh and appeared on the thoroughly. Superb waiting to exhale soundtrack. Oh my God. That's such a good soundtrack. Though one of the best soundtracks has ever existed. Id I've never even seen the movie I don't need to. I got the soundtrack yeah I got Winnie. I got shuck. Akon Hurson Tony. He'll see I got Tony. I know all of them shits all them shots so good. Meanwhile Chilean Dallas Austin's on and off again relationship was on and was soon turning into a family on June. Second Nineteen ninety-seven chilly gave birth. Keep pregnant she was Propganda Nance and she gave birth to their son Tron. But what's his name Tron like the Disney movie? Yes okay. Was it originally Disney movie. The original Tron. I believe so from like the ilise. Yeah all right need to me. They named him after Disney movie. Yeah good for them. I like it okay. Choices but their relationship finally ended for good shortly after his birth in on Tebas Zen. Her health was getting any better and she could see it. Interface which inspired her to write the song on pretty pretty would appear on. Tlc's third album fanmail. They decided to give it that name as a tribute to all of their amazing fans that stuck by them through all the bullshit of the previous few years. The mail they would get from fans was a huge inspiration and helped keep them going through all their legal troubles. Stephen put the names of hundreds of fans on the album. Artwork that's awesome. I'd actually never saw the artwork for the album sell. I don't think I have either. Maybe I did not buy this album. Either I'm pretty sure I was thoroughly into the new metal. Oh Point Jefferson and really liked. I really liked the video for like no scrubs and stuff. I like the futuristic thing that they are doing because this futuristic thing was an idea that Lisa had very early on in their career. She wanted to do this. Futuristic Shit back like when they first got chilly in the Group. I wonder if she saw the movie. Tron. Maybe maybe she suggested that for your call name now. I just have this whole Canon of like Lisa's like I'm going to get one of them in their kid tron. I love that movie. It's the Beim. Listen to my fucking ideas out game. Name Your Kid Tron. I wouldn't do it and she does. So I'M GONNA burn this house down below but I but I remember this house of kid try. I'm alleged you burn this house down but I let me 'cause you name your kid trump right. I mean I really like this Canon. We've come up for Lisa. She's she interrupt. She's an interrupting Kanye before. Kanye wiscon- yes but also much better at it. Yeah definitely I remember. The Music View on pretty too though is very sweet and also kind of reminded me of butterfly by crazy town because they had like the same like jungle early backyard. Only you're right there. I just remember. We'd have the different scenarios of women who were doing things themselves to make themselves prettier. Yes and I remember the Boob Job. Wanted to hear a fight me and that was what made. Besides the fact that I've got big jugs already. Yeah was like. I'm never getting a BOOB job. Oh Yeah. Because they like the power they pull the silicone. Alex I think it got infected or something right holy shit terrifying. That was pretty terrifying and I was like. I do remember watching that. This is a bit too real for me. Terrifying face started work on. Am L. in April. One thousand nine hundred but work was delayed due to friction with Dallas Austin friction. Clever name anymore. Not you're just dumb. Friction was inevitable considering Dallas's outrageous demands. Four point two million dollars and full creative control. What is like how are you? Is he still helping to right at this point? Yeah he is but like four point. Two million dollars in full creative control. Do you really think they'd go for that. No no no can do no Hollywood that Shit. There's three strong independent women they don't get You Dallas Austin. Why don't you go your ASS BACK TO HOUSTON? I believe it's Fort Worth Fair Rea- We all know by now the TLC was not down someone else having full control over their music. Even a longtime friend like Dallas legal battles ensued and recording was put on hold. In the meantime the girls worked on other projects. Chilean tebas worked on the films have plenty belly respectively and Lisa started her own. Production company called left eye productions. She signed another female. Are Mb group called BLACK SPELLED? B. L. A. Q. U. E. O. Who released a platinum selling album under her supervision? Lisa also started and hosted. The MTV reality show called the cut where bands singers pop acts competed for a record deal and music video. Actually vividly remember the show. Why don't I don't know why but I really liked it and I watched the whole thing. There's an aspect of it. That would be interesting. Yeah I really liked the the group that one and the runner up. I don't know if you remember her but it was anesthesia. Gav vaguely yeah. She was the runner up and she ended up having like a big career. Kind of on the same vein as Robin I think. Yeah but she was more popular in Europe than she was. Here seems to be Acura. Yeah and lease also started diving into her family history trying to find a connection with her deceased father through his connections to Honduras where they have family Eventually TLC started working with other producers. Get their new album recorded and finally released Fan Mail in February nineteen ninety nine. I remember that. The song's no scrubs. Unprincely scored the girls a third and fourth number. One single. If you want to hear more about no scrubs you can listen to our now. That's what I call music episode from last year because we talked about that. Hobbit we did well doing press for the album. Lisa expressed that she felt stifled in. Tlc in which to do more of her own thing since she was in Rehab for a lot of recording for crazy sexy cool and she was reduced to only doing wraps and fan mail. She felt her input with severely diminished. Yeah that's fair. Was there still tension around this? Oh Oh yeah I feel like. I don't know what the ages are but from what I had seen of like. You know the behind the music or any interviews. It always kind of felt to me like Chilean Tebas. Kind of treated left. I like a little sister. Yeah but at the same time Lisa kind of acted like younger than them. Shoes like the off the wall bonkers. Kinda little sister and Tebas and Chile were the more mature older sisters. Kinda just like when we can't control her. She's going to do whatever she wants to do. Well Blah but behind the scenes like left. I was getting really annoyed and just pissed off because she felt like she wasn't being heard right. And that's fair. Yeah I mean. She's clearly got enough creative talent. Why don't you have a little bit? More control yeah and they were finally doing that. Intergalactic idea with the no scrubs video but that wasn't enough for Lisa. She still felt that the group asked for an implemented her ideas but didn't allow her equal opportunity to express herself within the group Not Helping matters was her new relationship with a dude called Marshall. Lorenzo Martin Okay. This guy was one hundred percent a bad influence on Lisa giving her advice on everything from hereon makeup to her business decision. I don't think you get to dabble at all. Yeah oh he. Continuously Fed her lines that she was better than Tebas and chilly and that they didn't give a shit about her and goaded her into pursuing a solo career. Yeah let me tell you about how. Somebody's in your life and they're telling you the people who've been in nearly for a long time or no good and bad for you and they don't like you respect you. Let me tell how this is a bad idea? We'll tell you how ya not great for you. Yeah probably want whatever you have whatever success you have said they can ride them. Yeah in late. Nineteen Thousand Nine VIBE magazine published a statement from Lisa. Where she said she no longer she could no longer stand behind. Tlc One hundred percent because she felt the music wasn't hers. Tebas and Chile responded in entertainment. Weekly saying quote left is only concerned about left eye and entertainment weekly published leases. Reply all my God. A derivative letter. not a derivative letter targeting. Chilean tebas quote. I challenge Tionne player. Walk Ins and Rozan data hater. Thomas Oh my Gosh Album. Entitled The challenge. A three CD set that contains three solo albums. Each album will be due to the record label by October. First two thousand. I also challenge producer Dallas Though manipulator Austin and. She's not wrong about that wrong to produce all of the material and do it at a fraction of his normal rate as I think about it. I'm sure the face would not mind throwing in a one point. Five million dollar prize for the winner. Okay now our now we're GONNA see here's the thing when I started saying. That actually sounds really cool like a three. Cd set his name. You're like oh he's being mean she gets to the face and I'm like I mean I guess I don't have any problem with her bashing Dallas because fuck him but I'm like Oh all right. Well the stopped being a really cool idea. This is a cool idea anymore. Lisa you're burning the house down again. Yeah they should've just called it. Are We having fun yet? What is the DAD jokes tonight? Oh yeah the challenge never happened. Obviously yeah unfortunately I think I think in general. The challenge would have been cool. It could have been cool if they were like good hearted about it. Yeah no no I know. That's not coming from a good place. It's coming from Alice. And the feud finally died down when Marshall exited stage right. Someone not entirely sure who found out that Marshall was married and told Lisa how she didn't know I don't know so motherfucker was Mary. Yeah he was fucking married and Lisa didn't know and somebody found out and told her I told her but also like come on but also how did you not know in his his wife? Okay with this like I have a lot of the question. That's the thing I in on it together. I maybe what what was the deal with this guy. I have so many questions. He was probably like really good at hiding like. Oh baby at Scott. Some business or got to take care of I'LL BE BACK YEP AKA. I have to go home to my family. Drop off some money to my wife and kid got some diapers yeah gross. She promptly separated from him. Ladies went about their business albeit separately they continue to perform TLC but each member had their own solo agenda. I mean that kind of just happens to in groups right especially after you have this much success. Yeah I mean they kind of made it three albums. What can you do well? Let's see what I can do on my own. Tebas for one found out that she was Gannon. Ans- around the eating of two thousand. Her father was rapper. Mack ten her father was like wait. Father was rapper mack. Ten who've been dating for a while when she found out about the baby NYSC miraculous accident as Tebas was told since she was a kid that she'd never be able to have children let alone lived till the age of thirty. Jesus Christ yeah. It was a dismal childhood eighties word of good timeframe still Tebas AMAC ten married on August. Nineteenth two thousand and their daughter chase was born prematurely a few months later on October twentieth. They would eventually divorce in two thousand and four with Tebas alleging abuse at the hands of Mac ten. Can We stop hitting women? That'd be great. I mean that was just fucking wonderful. Stop hitting each other for. Just throw that out there. At the same time Lisa was busy recording solo album called SUPERNOVA. It was initially released in Europe. Sales were poor consequently the US release of the album was canceled. Oh what was? Successful was her collab- with Mel C of Spice Girls. So yeah they're song never be. The same again reached number one around the globe. I don't remember Song I don't either. I don't think it was number one in the U. S. so around the globe except here up here. 'cause why would we pick a good song played here? I mean like what was the two thousand one to yet no Yeah about two thousand thousand two thousand one all right so I mean like we're getting to the point where it's like. I'm sorry is this. Is this rock. Is this black eyed peas. You want it but I believe this is also around the time. When Chile started dating usher and that was laying the big thing 'cause then he came out with confessions and everybody thought that confessions was all about chilly. But it wasn't about Chile. I didn't know that actually well. I mean there's nothing to know 'cause it wasn't about Chile. These aren't his confession. It's despite the disappointment of her first album. Liza started working on a second one. At this point she was no longer solo artists with aristotle but rather signed a solo deal with death row records. All that's right and in the strangest yet. Most awesome sounding collaboration ever. She began work on the album with David motherfucking. Bowie. What yeah what. She started working with David Bowie. I'm sorry but David Bowie. That sounds amazing but we comma. David I want it. I know we never happens flipping tables. I'm leaving she's May she yukon. House Downtime Gone Not Mine I'm I am real. Your sign on Jay writes in his out. Starters I J rising by Burning House down this is for Lisa and also the fact that I will never get a fucking with her and David Bowie and it would be fucking amazing. Just the thought of it is mind blowing. I wish ever told me that. I'm very sorry at the same time. Tlc's manager negotiated a short tour in Europe and Japan that would generate twenty five million dollars for them. However Lisa turned it all down. She needed quote spiritual healing time with previously planned trip to Honduras. I mean all right. She was doing a lot of spiritual stuff at this point. Yeah she was really trying to work on herself. This was like her growing up time. Yeah this was her. I need to find my shit. Everything and figure out what's going on in China came back from the whole alcoholism thing and she's like. I've gotTA do some self searching. She was taking her shit. She's getting it all together. Oh yeah it was all their shoes? Putting in a backpack nicest backpack bringing it to the. Shit's store Yup or the ship museum and then to the ship museum shoes just getting it together now. Her shirt was together. She got her shit together stood and during that trip. She filmed documentary. That explored spirituality and familial connection to the country and just as Lisa was rebuilding her relationship with her bandmates. A series of events would change. Everyone's lives forever. Lisa was in Honduras for a second visit when on April six two thousand two at around nine PM Lisa. Her personal assistant and a couple of others were driving in Honduras when their vehicle struck and killed a ten year. Old Boy that boy. Baron e solve winters logo was walking along the roadside with his sisters when leases assistant who is driving hit him. Lisa was incredibly distraught over the incident. She paid for the boy's medical care and funeral expenses and more than the boys loss with his family. No one blames her or her assistant for the boy's death but of course she still felt immense guilt right. I mean how can you not right but apparently that was something that kids in Honduras did a lot? They would walk at night along the road and people just kind of new to look out for them And I guess the roads in Honduras are notoriously like really bad extremely wind e end of her documentary and yeah they show them driving around. And those aren't real role. You're you have to have a jeep or some kind of off road vehicle. You can't have a there's no regular cars. They are all wrote cards. Cars made for off roading. Yeah their religious paths. Yeah they it's not a road. There's no if you're thinking of like a regular pave two lane road with shoulders on either side. It's not it. There's no shoulder there's barely enough room for two vehicles. So yeah it's not and it's pretty easy to just go fast at night. There's nobody else really around and if you don't know there's going to be kids how you're not going to not look for that right. That being said only two weeks later another tragedy occurred on April twenty fifth. Two thousand two. Lisa was driving a rented Mitsubishi. Suv down a road. In less Seibu Hunduras. A disabled truck was stopped in the road. She swerved left to avoid the truck then immediately swerved right to avoid an oncoming car. She lost control of her SUV which rolled several times before hitting two trees. Lisa died instantly from a fractured spine and open cerebral trauma which basically means that some kind of object was sleek driven into her brain at a high velocity and caused a severe head injury. I didn't know that yet. Haven't a cameraman and her younger sister were in the car at the time and both survived with minimal injuries. The cameraman was filming at the time of that so everything was caught on film after her death. The documentary the last days of left eye was released and the footage. The cameraman caught during the accident. Oh my God he did you watch it. I did not watch it. I don't know if I could. I want to because I want. I'm very curious to see. I want everything to that. I don't think I can watch. I met like the the actual probably have a hard time watching her with the going to. There's like a scene. Where she they show her going to the funeral. Home to pick out the kids casket so I don't know if I would be able to watch that but that's like you have to be in a mode for that movie. Oh yeah you have to know? You're going to be like probably a little bit traumatized by the end of it. Yeah that's Jesus Christ. Yeah I didn't realize I actually was always like Tam. Like how did she die instantly? But a lot of other people survive. I think it was the fact way that like. She hit the tree when I didn't realize that she actually ended up with so many injuries. Something actually going into her skull. I don't know if I can actual extract to the head. Yeah like I think it was straight to the headed and forceful enough that. Yeah uh as like a gaping open wounds moorhead. Yeah I mean Yeah. Yeah whether it was. Yeah it wasn't like crowbar straight through her skull or anything. It was just a very severe open wound head. God the that's all I didn't realize that happen. Yeah that's Yeah. Yeah and she basically snapped her neck also. She's she died instantly which is kind of a blessing. You'RE GONNA these. Don't feel anything. Yeah don't have to deal with pain. Or The scariness of everything exactly cheese Chili and Tebas were understandably distraught over leases death. Chilean particular stated. She drove into a deep depression for awhile and they knew they couldn't stop. Though they had an obligation to and honestly sometimes work helps. Get you out of your depression. Before Lisa died she'd already finished her vocals on two songs for a new. Tlc album using those vocals along with vocals recorded for two other unreleased songs. Tlc put together a new album. Three D was released on November twelfth. Two thousand two. It did well going two times platinum but didn't match the success of their previous records. Maybe people were still just to saddle releases death to embrace new. Tlc album without her. Yeah I could see that. I mean the post Death Mercury out a queen album after framework night button do as well but yeah I think it would because everyone is like oh ship and there's still there's still some vocals like it's still them but right. Maybe there's something about postmortem that makes people just to sad. Maybe we can really set years later so I just wonder if maybe there's just something about when somebody's Day you're like I can't or it's just it's just not the same without them. Yeah that's fine. I mean I got that needed. No matter what yeah in two thousand six. Tebas health took a scary turn. Not only was. She still dealing with the ups and downs of Anemia. But she was now diagnosed with a brain tumor. Yeah she said it happened really fast. All of a sudden all of our senses just stopped working. She couldn't see here talk or walk on her own. And it took three years to recover from it. Holy Sh- brain tumors and a fucking joke though. Yeah and reading about hers scared the Living Shit out of me because she said that she would get really really bad headaches And you know. She just assume that they were headaches. Migraines or whatever I get really bad migraines all the fucking time right so hearing other people's stories about having brain tumors and Shit and she said she said that she couldn't walk her speaker anything like that and that happened to me once so it doesn't hurt to go to the doctor it. Yeah go to the Doctor. Go to the doctor just like. Hey this is happening. Wants to do brand scam. That'd be great. Thanks Novi Wonderful. Also the girls got into the reality. Tv business again. In recent years with Tebas doing the short lived show totally Tebas two thousand twelve or whatever short lived. Because that's a terrible name. Totally Tebas you have to flip your hair when you say totally tebas. It documented her health issues in trying to reconnect with her father. But after six episodes she decided to call it quits. Okay Lee she. She made that choice. Yeah so that's not bad. Won't Tebas was doing that. Chile doubled down on her seventh day. Adventists stuff okay. She's apparently involved with seventh day. Adventist TV programming and was has recently become close with Doug batchelor host. The propaganda show amazing facts in clear winner in every lurch locally contests that ever existed. He's a scary looking motherfucker with an eyebrow ridge for days in a super creepy mustache bachelor. Doug Bachelor okay. Oh Yeah. Don't watch amazing facts. It's fucking garbage is it? Is it all just bullshit? It's all fucking bullshit. Cool sorry Chile. Sorry but no. And June thirtieth twenty seventeen. Tlc Self titled Fifth Album was released and this is supposedly the group's last album however they've lied about that ship before 'cause in the last however many years since Lisa died it's like every few years or like. Yeah we're not doing. Tlc anymore and then a year later they'd be like we're back and they keep doing the like. I love the nineties tours. And stuff like that right. They say it's their last album. Hologram left eye up their horn for years. They're doing Hologram Whitney Houston so we'll talk about that. If you're a Patriot member you to hear. Us talk about thoughts but yeah so we'll see if TLC has really gone forever. I mean thorough. He's kind of around. Yeah they're always in our hearts God. Hey a really tumultuous story and when we think about them it makes us wanNA fart. Say Right or pay the price by Tam. That is a Kinda Kinda here now. Kind of loading Yeah no Lisa left eye. Death was really sad for us because we grew up with I always Sir I. I always associate her death with elise because they were very similar in around the same time. Yeah late nineties early. Two thousands and I feel like the both died in vehicular accidents of some sorts of probably could have been prevented. A could certainly have been prevented absolutely both of them. Yeah 'cause Eliya died in a plane crash because they overloaded her plane yep because they didn't want to take two of them could have easily taken to. Yeah it's okay to be safe to say that's already fucking save just before can say yes to many young R. and B. Singer style very close together. Yeah it is. It's an yeah it was during our childhoods so that stuck with us. Yeah for sure and you think they're not that much older than US right action. Now they were. They were there there in this. He's now so yeah. There are a bit older. Yeah Sam good for them or they'll be turning fifty this year that yeah yeah. It was about like a thirteen year gap between us. Some good for them. Yeah I hope T- bows and Chile. They're doing good though. Doing good doing good tebas healthier much healthier than she was before. I mean science has gone Far Away. Now Chili's still looks exactly the way she did when she was eighteen years ago. You know what the best part is crystal out of the box in crystals out of the box guys crystals out of the box. It's all matters. She did it. Crystals the clear winner in this story. I don't maybe I don't know if I'd see anyone if she puts out a book or if she has a book out I wanna read it. I don't really know what she would talk about after she left. Tlc who knows? I don't know I wanna know kind of just read it in the bookstore owner. That guy who gets a couple of COFFEES and Caesar House? It's fine thanks for listening. We love you and appreciate you so much and we hope you enjoyed this tale of TLC. Yeah especially if you know. That was a crucial part of your childhoods like it was hours. There's there were a lot more Elements to it than I remember there being. Yeah but then again there behind the music came out like right after they filed for bankruptcy sonacare. They redid it though again right after left. I died. Yeah they must have they do. Yeah they did. But I'm remembering the one they did before she passed. Okay yeah no they. Do you remember talking about the bankruptcy thing so I mean either way you know. We could argue. 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Spike Lee

Questlove Supreme

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Spike Lee

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We'll look at faulty forensic science faults, confessions and mandatory. Minimum prison sentences season two sworn is underway in. It's available now. Listen on the iheartradio, APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Quest Love, supreme is production of IHEART radio. People citizens of the world was up Welcome to a special Friday you less live I guess we're doing it in tandem. This will also be. Archived on our I heart podcast. Our Special Spike Lee today. we. We haven't done this in A. We haven't done this in the last few weeks. Allotted! Is when you when you let wait two months, it's been. That way. Too much. Yeah I you know time. This I I used to laugh at There's there's always to. Pull come for movies and deal with Jail Street jail. The one the one cliches like you know. They take your body, but that's not take your mind. What the you always hear and number two is. There's always two days only. Come in and walk out. They walk out. So yeah I I I just lose track of time. You said that's kind of true. Movie is at. Very you walk in. That's from what I know it from the wire. The only do two days that you come in today. You Walk Out I. Don't know why I'm sorry. That was our friend. David Chapelle Collins. Oh? The last two weeks eight, hundred, six, yeah yeah. A Lot. A lot has that we have not spoken since. The what we call. Are we calling the uprising? Uprising. I like uprising I. Like that better than riot because you know. It's just more progressive about it, just an more accurate. I mean 'cause 'cause riot sounds like protests. It's just it sounds reckless. You know what I'm saying like. These people are just out here, riding and being stupid for no reason whatsoever you know I mean. I I like uprising. What Donald All right yeah I, didn't even I. Don't watch him but I got you. I was literally. Lay So we're going to do another episode on, election night. Like we did for years ago. Looking at the results we got from election night I'd say hopefully, not 'cause like. We. Do we go through that again, nor do we try and break the jinx by not doing a show that the guy. Trying to break gene. I think it was Russia in the whitening is their vote for trump, but that's. When us. Yeah. Who is our guest? That night I forgot. Stephen? Hill, that was even hill is. Also the same night my uncle got shot and. Died like a couple of weeks later, he got shot that night. Like like the eighth I want to say, and then he died on Thanksgiving Day. Shit. That was a that Anisimov Day. And I remember with up front with. Up Selling out. Right. That was the weirdness about. It was like the. Funniest. Like up selling up. What do you call it when you talk over music on the radio all right now? said. The song. Yes I forgot I remember doing that interview and we were all sitting there and everybody had a laptop, so they phones would ever, and we're all trying to keep it cool, and you just see the shit flipping raise results. Like aw! Yeah by the end of the interview. As, it was crazy literally in a three hour interview. The World James Because in the beginning. We were all like word up. It's I and then by the end of that shit by the and it was. It was. Time. That's not happening. We should. Re Re air that episode with Stephen Hill well, no. Busy. At the time Stephen Hill was. It had to be end. At that time and then. Oh Wow a lot. On this show. Dj and a a set on is Eli. Hey Steven ear. Stephen Days. Does. Is. It's about eleven, people watching, but you know. Oh Boy News. From TV One. All adults Roland Martin Roland Martin. Yeah Oh yeah, I ain't GonNa that Shit. I'm black me for the Limbaugh, Nigga on twitter. You're wouldn't notable people blacks you. The only one I know of I. Know a number Roland Martin. Did this was years ago because he was like we? Deserve a list content. I have a list like I just say things and people listen I, don't I don't try to. Provoke anyone, but no. He was just on twitter, and this was years ago. This was before I found Christ, but he was just like look. We need to ban the N. word, and all this and I was like deplete it, and that was it and and he just you know he had me, and he's still Bambi as Sylla's bobby. which I mean, find whatever, but then Mc Hammer has me blocked I. Don't know why and then were. Like Hammer go hammer. If you see this hammer, Bro, I don't know what I say. It could have been a joke whatever man? I saw the too legit to quit tour. Please have them tour. When I was in like seventh grade it was you boys and men and Joe to. Sit changed my life like Hammer. Please all of US forgiving brought by. Let's. please. Don't hurt him doug please. I would love to have y'all come to Jesus moment on this show much like we had joy salons come to Jesus moment the show, yeah. That hammer was even remotely aware of who he blocked or what the situation was. He probably had no foul. He doesn't have any clue for I. Mean it could I don't know what it could have been. It could've been a joke. It could have been whatever, but the bottom line is I was following MC. Hammer like I mean I you know I. Am Legend, but hopefully get it on the show. We straighten it out. Maybe it's a snapple. I don't even know why okay. In Hammer. The other guy onto please from from. Roland, Martin Roland Martin Yeah. Let's get him on. The it's time. Because he all autism I'm not I'm not ducking no smoke from nobody. I just don't think because he's very. He has very specific news about about the N. word, and like Koon seven nine hundred was there, but yeah, he's like very big on those where and that is yes, I use like nigger is now at. Eight advert so listen then you're you're doing yes, I'm like come on. You Ain't by the. Tell me what I can't say on the show we doing so. Hey, I'm here. If we could work in with spike about the way bamboozle kind of is relevant to I mean. Always, but especially to what's on like literally today like cream of wheat is changing their logo. And uncle being washed the Washington redskins. Are finally does what to say. Are The redskins considering as well? Everybody is considering it now. So Landau Lakes bamboozle was Kinda like specifically about that symbolism stuff. Stops. That was a good pool I. Didn't I didn't think about Oh yes? I'm on. That Netflix did their whole black lives matter section for. Police. Like, get on the bus and Rodney. King thing and some other stuff that Django. Django right. Django was done by. Jane Hi you know that, and that's what I was. Saying like Lee because the network section is not on hodges like spike has his own wing and the. He has his own sweet and the Black Lives Matter Hotel. On netflix up. Going above and beyond the president just gave all. MONEY TO ABC US above notably, the richest of US Morehouse Spelman, I'm not mad I'm just. Right Yeah Wait A. Spike on, I need somebody to translate something for me because I. Don't you know I I don't WanNa? Be? Tone deaf and said don't speak millennial. And on top of that you know I'm. House with this particular person. Genetics. Millennial Bay you'll damage genetics. He's Janek spear look at okay. I'm not going to look it up. Go ahead and look it up. I was born I was born in seventy eight forty one years old. Again is he's? He's us. I'm like. Yeah I might the youngest am, but yeah I'm like right there, but can someone translate this? Can you give me a movie in the minute? Version of this j Cole No name thing? About yeah. Come on never mind too much none of that. It's not too much. It's okay so moving a minute code. No name okay. No name and I'm just giving context known name. A did talk, which I did not see I. Just saw kind of the the out. The out you know the the fall out of it. She did a talk with boots Riley on live. I think they were just talking about. Socialism and police abolition. They were just having a conversation. I didn't see the tire thing in context, but the fallout the what I saw. Was Oh. He was over talking her, and he was it just. It went left, right. Then J. Cole puts out a song and he sang yellow. It was the sister'd owner time line She don't like me cracker. She don't police. You. Don't like this and you know something about her tone this bothering me now at no point in this song. Did he ever say no name? At no point in no names, tweets or Moves Riley as I understood she said something about You know all these rappers, these rich wrappers or something you know they. They ain't said nothing, and but she never said his name or anyone's name so. Co was out the song. Santa's this girl online sand. Is that in the third I? Don't like her tone. I saw another site put up, and they were saying Yo J. Cole is say is talking about no name in his new verse now at no point in time in individually, he ever say her name in the Verse Anti My knowledge at no point that she ever say his name so as far as. Should have just fucking conjecture to start right? It's just yawning. Speculation is often speculation, so the song comes out. People say it's a meat about no name. Everybody loses their shit. Oh, he's police in a woman. He's tall police, and all this shit right and it just becomes a shit show, so then the next morning. cold put out a series of tweets. Ages like look I said what I said. You know all of the no name. You know he you know. He was like you know she's doing the work. I'm not a dude. It'd be reading like that and his word. He's like I'll be. Like that he's like he's like how you know how he did okay stay. But he says in his verse. He's like Yo. Don't let my degree fool. You know you can have. Just because I went to college doesn't mean on his up on these issues, everyone. So that was so that was and I mean that. Was it to me? It was just the shit show for day and I mean it. Came in the middle of it, and didn't you know? Donald Glover Walk into an apartment on fire. Like exactly that's exactly I was like what in the hell? Exactly? What same? Day before we break the spike in because he's here, I want to say congratulations to ogre. WHO created you about to lose your job? 'cause you're hurt, but she found her family in got her off. The street address really excited about that storage in serious. He. She was like no idea what that differ me so Abbas Addow. Handle name in front of me, but I don't play. Those story I had known you now I will say this just to tap out big ups to the girl that with the coin, the you about loser, lose your job and the best tweet of the J. Code no-name debacle. goes to my man Al Shipley and he won. Twitter is only like eight of us like got it, but it was a great fucking tweet. He goes and I quote the J.. Cole lyric is something about the queen tone. That's bothering me is problematic because nobody Brian May's piddle board in amp settings. And? I'm bringing frankly bigger like that's it. I mean come on. That's all you need to know like. That's that's it. You figure out that that was a total i. That's it was made for me. All the People Brian May was the guitarist in Queen and sold the pedal. Board is the. Ladies and gentlemen we are joined by friends of the show newly bestowed academy. Award winner Storyteller Artur African American Grat and always the a cinematic provocateur. On the last original storytellers we have today. Please welcome back to Qa less live inquests love supreme for a second appearance are POW infringe minister spike. Are you. How's everyone doing everybody safe? How you! Are you in right now? Not as my office here in the People's Republic of Brooklyn Your Green Baby had. Visited with the baseball in the in the room. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, but this WANNA editing rooms. Never. Get a super bowl party is. Yet. Where is everybody? I'm at home in north, Carolina Raleigh Lackey. Leaving Las Angeles La. I'm in Manhattan I, Money Makin. And I'm in a wrench where in in Westchester on a farm. But I just closed on my house yesterday, so yes I'll be. Thank you. What can I ask what borough? This in in Palisades. So. I had to say spike. I believe that the last time I physically saw you I saw you twice. You were flying on your way I believe to somewhere in Africa. Or somewhere. Overseas where you told me that it was the first day of of of scouting wherever I don't know where you sat the film. As on I was going to Thailand. Okay maybe I thought okay I. Remember you telling me that you were going somewhere far off to shoot? Yeah, yeah, I saw you there, and then coincidentally was that it. Party Apple Oscars. No, no. I saw you NBA. Airport or I forget where it was, but it was you on your way to to scout for locations, and then I saw you on the way back home. Oh. Coming from it. So you go, please circle exactly. You gave me a synopsis on the way home and I was like I'm starting to figure that out and. People still trying to figure it out. Yeah. Let's talk about it. Let's talk about. Okay look okay so I got a question for you. What was the The idea of naming all the soldiers after the temptations and Norman Whitfield like being storming Norman L. on. Your cart that one. Find Man I didn't guess. Five and A good thing, not a great day odors. Lewis called me why okay the last living member! Temptations and he says he told me I'm speaking behalf of all my brothers here. Thank you for doing. that. is at a nowhere so out of nowhere when one question I wanted to ask you the last time we spoke that didn't what is. For this movie specifically and I think the last time we spoke to you. You were just about the Lawrence She's gotTa. have it on Netflix so this is the umbrella or Black Klansman on though you were still working on it. Okay so I guess. I can start with now now. This is the McCann. What what is what is your? What is your daily or weekly process when it comes to? Conceptualizing. What do you want to add next to your cannon like I? Don't know the name whatever movie you're about to do but like. Does the idea start in that room that you're in right now? Do you sit for silence, do you? Do you have a? NOTEPAD where? I'm open. You know I think that I'd learn I'm. Chris, thank you might. The Guy I'm sixty three years old. I'm in my. I'm in my decade. So I've learned that. I gotTA BE Open. When the news comes! I just can't like Oh i. Got To think of an ideal. It does work like that, so I just gotta be open. To the news I trust out, you know I. Trust him use so. Where did it start for this film like the? It! We were interviewing him when we interviewed you and Electric Lady, you tell us singing. The praises of Nineteen Seventeen Right now the movie. Movie, the war movie. War Movie Yeah Right so I've got a question. Just being back on Mir. Question I was like didn't start all the way back then. When were talking a no, no but let me let me tell the story. I did not write the rigid scripted Est.. The original script was written by Danny. Bill sent 'em pull the May uphold. The male has since died since he died before we started shooting film of an illness. They're producing loin. Levin option script was called. Last tour. was about. White Vietnam bits. Instead that one. The oil in that the brought it to our stone. Stone sat on. The tweets walked away. Lloyd Levin decided to read article in The Guardian, why talked about one of my favorite films? Scratch of Sierra Madre starring Humphrey Bogart. and. The take there's a goal. The whole golding in this film was came directly from. The Trust Herrmann, Madre, he called me up meeting we. We'd getting ready to go go right into my classroom. We met with my Co. rider. Can Wilma and we told look at like. It is a great script. We want to change it to meet me ball. We have to change viewpoint. This has told the viewpoint. Of African American the debts. And candidate we wrote it. Twisted. On it. And Marvin Gaye. Buying and and Urged World of senior resort known Nikolic's. Yeah I love the way you use. The Marvin Gaye Capellas and the joint man that was the only one. No, there's only one. That was beautiful man. He says you this in Thailand Vietnam right? No mostly Thailand we ended in Vietnam, so you talked about this I was talking to another filmmaker about filming in Vietnam and they were talking about communist country. How sometimes challenging? It could be like sometimes. They had people following people to make sure you're doing what you say you're GONNA do. What was it know we never had that? But we had the had the script. Pass through it essential. So! We didn't know we were up to last week in Thailand. We still not gotten the green light. The shoot in Vietnam. But once we got the green light known what Stalin us all look. As also. Number, one in Vietnam to on Netflix's. Here's something. Good is a new show from the Seneca, women podcast, network and iheartradio. It's a great way to start your day. On the positive side of life. We were introduced to live fund by our Partner Bank of America was working closely with them to make sure that lift fund continues to help businesses axis capital during this critical time. As I reflect on why lift fun got started and what the important of an organization like refund is because we literally empower people through financial education and access the capital. 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I know Netflix doesn't have the same cachet as going straight to video, and you actually see bigger results, but is that at least an ego adjustment that this is now the new normal for filmmakers where you you go straight to. Streaming as opposed to inside of movie theaters like does it feel different for you or Netflix. Was the last place. Had to go. And this area the studio said no coming off like clans, even off the incoming off Oscar win. Well, that's did not happen, but we will nominee right okay. Six nomination I will turn down so God bless. Netflix's now of course. No one knew the world's going to change. so lot of people have films ready, but near studios which they made him. Ford does not have a streaming service. So because of that. And this was this known. debuted all around the world at the same time. Before the world changed. BC NAPA for Christ Book Corona over. I was going to be the president of the jury. The first black president ever. Don't the cons. And this you'd hit at. And the world in the world premiere of. Five. INCON- out of competition. The World Saint But the answer to give you a more. Deeper answer. Plans Change. In Lotta, everybody died had plans. Twenty over twenty thousand New Yorkers. Had plans. Over a hundred thousand Americans had plans. All these people had plants. So the me I'm just I say God, bless. I'm alive. In my family is you know that's why take anonymous, deep spiritual thing but. The ME, too. How can I complain at? My moving did come out the way. Did you know when when people everybody had plans? And the world has changed, you know. In. Here. Screaming black lives matter all over the world, right? Facts ended. The timing couldn't have been more uncanny. Yeah, exactly exactly and then another thing another I know you have questions for me, but. Go say. Something right away tonight to get. People asking me friends. And journalists. Spike. Didn't you. All this should happen. Didn't you want to shoot that? Black lives matter seeing. Wrong. That's the first thing we shot. Really. This is the slate AAC camera. Talk was March twenty, twenty nineteen and went to. May Twenty Twenty nineteen so again the first day of principal, Tago was. Marched twenty. Four year before he shot the black lives Madison pre-production. So. Anyway, A lot of things. Happen when this smell. This awesome spiritual level. That nothing to do it. That's happened with a lot of your films though. We we would saw before like before you came on about how bamboozle and like how now we're seeing like they're getting, you know. Been Not Jemima and like getting all. Let the paint. You know what I'm saying and you were showing that you know that was twenty years ago. Are there you know I'd? Say You. Leave out something. Do thing we were talking about global warming. You. Were you quartz globe? My friends call me. What Nego. You we. Moisture even happening. Wait that's okay, so I'll say like every other month. I might bug you with the text asking why your entire film. Your film collection. Isn't one space I'm at right now is do you not think now is is an its twentieth? In its twentieth anniversary, now's the time before. Bamboozle to to come out again. Because I can't find it anywhere and I need to see. Now I criteria just put on a great new Blue Raila restored picture style. Everything bamboozles criterion collection film. What's your? House. Like two months ago. This is a very bittersweet like my. My I'm such film Nerd, I'm like wow, one day I could be a criterion film, and now I I will say that all right so living on a tour bus for like the last twenty five years. You know you just by any and every DVD that keep your mind occupied so criterion collection is basically like. It's. It's the. It's the Upper Echelon Rolls Royce. Yeah, it's the upper echelon of film releases is like a committee that decides that this particular film regardless of of his stature in the box office. Whatever deserves the Royal Treatment I'm now you know. Companies are doing that now it. Twenty fifth anniversary this in Thirty Fifth Anniversary Purple Rain. But like back in the day. When criterion approaches you and says we would like to rerelease, it'd be like an independent label deciding okay I'm GonNa take fonts as I record the first little brother record the listening and give it the royal treatment read master it. You cover great analogy great analogy. Yet and so. Wow, that's funny. It's always been my dream to be in a criterion. Four not just ask this question spike because. You more than me, let say you are Negro dominance. And what does it feel like? Cresent eggs talked about this before you came on where number one we have protests, including all kinds of people outside of US number two. We wake up to no more uncle. Ben Won't Angel Momma? A twitter says June taint is a holiday a new. York says June eighteenth state holidays like. I feel overwhelmed. What does it feel like? Other words! How many calls did you get? How many calls did you get the last two weeks to explain? Stuff to them and how many? Rough drafts did you have to read to make sure that this tweet was okay and. Listen to. Helps helps. Do! My answer. Barely. Uncle Ben alone. and. She got a whole new. So. Get a perm, right you. No the story, actually you know what? I just read that I didn't realize that. Similar to the family that one that settlement for the lion sleeps tonight. The South African family from writing it. for the last thirty seven years. The family. Of the woman who is the original? And Jemima logo who was also instrumental in. Getting the recipe together. has been trying to like she's basically owed. The minimum is at least a two billion dollar settlement for the. Money! So money, let's let's see what happens, but why cope rations LX. The money way like is all right, yeah. I don't know. I don't know whether to take people on a word like this is going to change in a week. I don't WanNa. Get used to it is very. It's odd. You know what it is like a referee. Cool. It's cool, but it's like we're GONNA. Get through I don't. I feel like this is more like a get out of discussions free card. And Go Away, yeah. It's just going to be you know it's like this is sort of like with the either for Obama. Racism over, and it's like okay. Why donate it every? So we saw happening? Amazon's like I'll give two hundred fifty million dollars to this particular, so now reasons over. There's there's still a bigger conversation to have for real change so yeah. Like it's it's. It's cool now but I. Still feel as though that's that's kind of get out of discussions free card and that's the deeper. That's the deeper conversation that needs to be had so. Cute but I'm watching. Very skeptically right now. It Spike always wanted to ask you after you one for Black Klansman being directed at wind. Finally got an Oscar later in your career What changes was because or or whether changes You know we've seen people that win them early. And they kind of you know it changes them, but you have been putting in the work for so long in your track. Record already spoke for itself so. Question. The a question between like clansman and five bloods that you'd think that affected. Cami would affected the five blows, but so, but you said had you want or would just fight you at nominee nominated? But then they say as, but you didn't and you want I. Guess it was after was Pablo is already in production when you? Know the morning actor, the morning actor I was on a plane that Thailand Bangkok. Okay okay I got. One. It was alice to get your stuff. Out Now. The deal is done I'm just saying that. netflix's was the last one I had I. Was No one else to go to the student. You know, so. We won the ask party that night that morning. I never went to bed. Pack my bags was on a plane that Bangkok Thailand. It was lax. No, I'm sorry. Okay in so I remember my production might great production either win Thomas. Whose First Film Let's? She's going to have it nineteen eighty six. We're Tom Siegel. They had been in Bangkok full weeks already. Exist to Oscar Shit had to catch up. So minute I landed in Bangkok in a hundred degrees upside the head. That ask this stuff out. The window was over here. You I had the catch up. Because we're getting ready to move. So, all the actors stuff between lax and Bangkok. Was Gone Wow I. Guess it'd be more apt to ask an actor. We're kind of director, are you? Are you the director? Okay, so I can't cancer. Office is Paul Thomas Edison this question like he Paul Thomas Not Anderson is the of guy that will do. Twenty takes. Of the same scene. Because he knows by. The thirteenth time it'll be a certain rhythm that bills natural, but. The the level of intensity that you got Delroy Lindo really give you in. This film his. Del Rey let. His most. So, like how many takes. Does it take to get him to that level was. Take One. He was on, or it took a few times. I mean I'll get more than one take, but here's the thing. This is my fourth film would Delroy, but it's been twenty five years between this and the last one. Delroy I worked replayed with Archie. Next. Mexico late clock late. Play the drug kingpin also played my actual father. Crooked though he played GonNa. It. All you guys `let's Jimmy on notice that you can have great talent, but sometimes you get lost in. The sauce couldn't work. But you get that that vehicle you get that role. Has, been put in work. Wer capable the. Trying airline. Boys. Fighting the air. Delroy the not all the. Trump, he's been putting in work. And this role yet the vehicle. He took it to another level. He was his own. Can we talk about casting? Because I was GONNA. Say How did you? Their mind like it's. How did you? How did you decide that this was the right ensemble for you? I've worked three other times. I know I know what it could do. I ten experience. Let Spike, in all fairness, you done so many movies with a such a large selective of actors that you have a VAT that. You could have picked out of I. Mean You know from Laurence Fishburne? Data people that could not. We were we me and my wife. We were talking tonight and last night. We were watching I. Think they've been showing she? They've got game a lot on HBO now like they've been showing that a lot and we were just talking like how you. You're kind of like the miles Davis of in terms of like a talent scout like